31 Burst results for "Kellie"

Why Kellie-Jay Keen Is NOT a Feminist

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Kellie-Jay Keen Is NOT a Feminist

"So I ain't interrupted you there. Let's talk about I called you an old school feminist. You said you've since changed your take on that. I hate labels in general, but talk to us about your decision and why today, given this transgender extremism, you don't call yourself a feminist Kelly Jay. Well, there's so many reasons not to label oneself a feminist these days. Number one, it's because many people do do or actually pro prostitution and trans women in men and women's spaces. But also, I found that it's quite limiting. So I don't want any woman to come across this issue and feel it's not about her because it's being, you know, there's some gatekeeping by using the term feminist. I also have a real issue with feminism and motherhood and feel that feminism really in order to free women from the shackles of the household, which only middle class women were in any way. But in order to do that, they sort of divorced women from motherhood. And four fifths of the world's women are mothers. So there's many, many reasons, not to limit myself, but they are just some of them.

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Kellie-Jay Keen Discusses Her Six 'Criminal' Tweets

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Kellie-Jay Keen Discusses Her Six 'Criminal' Tweets

"Be just clear for those who aren't familiar with the British terminology. So the police cautioned you. So the authorities law enforcement officers reacted to you saying that it's wrong to castrate a 16 year old on social media, correct? Yeah, it was hate speech. So I didn't actually receive a call, and I was interviewed under caution, which is when they sort of redo your rights. And at the end of that, they decide whether or not to charge you. And in my case, they decided not to charge me. And then I had to go through all of that again. When Susie green, who'd reported me in the first place, it wasn't particularly happy about it, but it was Melissa's communications, hate speech, public order act of nuisance, you know, it was a big old list for just 6 tweets. And then I was due to speak with some lefty feminists. I don't call myself a feminist anymore. I probably did back in 2018, but I've since decided that it's not useful and not remotely accurate to my aims when it comes to liberating women from this particular aggressive and pernicious cult of transgenderism. So

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The Cult of Transgenderism With Kellie-Jay Keen

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

The Cult of Transgenderism With Kellie-Jay Keen

"Let's break this down. So you're online. You're on for women. And then you can work out that there are men who are pretending to be women back then when you're waking up to this issue in 15, is this are these people having a laugh or are these, is this the tip of the spear of the trans insanity? Who are these men who are pretending to be women when you started realizing what's going on? Well, in old money, they were transvestites, and they were older men who seemed to be aroused by themselves, dressed as women. And they used to be called transvestites and people were sort of accepting, if not really wanting to participate, but people accepted that some men did that, and we'd rather they kept it at home, but you know, it was, it was no big deal, but these men were actually calling themselves women. And interloping into women only spaces and women were falling about all over them and saying things like, oh, you're so your makeup is so amazing. I wish I had your legs and just really bizarre, really weird behavior. And so I said to one of these men one day, are you sure you identify as a woman? Because this was like the language that everybody was using and not only did he get really aggressive but so does loads of women in his defense and at that point I just thought there's something going on. I'm not really having this. I will not be told that I have to pretend that 65 year old man is a woman.

"kellie" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

"kellie" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"She is Kelly J Keane, Kelly J welcome back to America first. Well, I thank you so much for having me. I have a bone to pick with you. You came to the swamp and you didn't tell me. You didn't want me at your rally at the Lincoln Memorial. How dare you? How dare you come to my manner? And not invite me to your event. What brings you to America my dear? I am doing a tour called let women speak, which is exactly what it says on the tin. It's basically creating a space in which women can speak in public. The old fashioned public square because the modern public square senses everything we say. All right, is that why it didn't invite me because I'm a man man. Well, you could have come because there were plenty of trans activists trying to stop us talking, so. You would have been very, very welcome. I'm so sorry. All right, that's all right. I'm just ripping you a little bit because I'm a huge fan of yours and I can't believe you're on this side of the pond and I didn't get to see you in person. The website is standing for women dot com. First things first for those who haven't for some reason because they've been trapped under a rock or sleeping like rip van winkle who didn't see that viral video, tell us where that occurred and who you were talking about when it comes to your comment. I'm not a vet, but I know what a dog is. Well, I was actually talking to a trans activist, a woman who frequently takes her shirt off to reveal her double mastectomy scars as sort of a badge of honor. And we were in poolside watching will Thomas called who calls himself Leah Thomas race against women. So not only racing against women in sport in swimming races, but also changing with them and getting naked and no women are allowed to talk about it and I just thought I did share he's a man when he was accepting his podium chat. So I just, I was there to point out that the emperor was naked and actually had a penis.

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Sebastian Welcomes Kellie-Jay Keen to the Show

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Sebastian Welcomes Kellie-Jay Keen to the Show

"She is Kelly J Keane, Kelly J welcome back to America first. Well, I thank you so much for having me. I have a bone to pick with you. You came to the swamp and you didn't tell me. You didn't want me at your rally at the Lincoln Memorial. How dare you? How dare you come to my manner? And not invite me to your event. What brings you to America my dear? I am doing a tour called let women speak, which is exactly what it says on the tin. It's basically creating a space in which women can speak in public. The old fashioned public square because the modern public square senses everything we say. All right, is that why it didn't invite me because I'm a man man. Well, you could have come because there were plenty of trans activists trying to stop us talking, so. You would have been very, very welcome. I'm so sorry. All right, that's all right. I'm just ripping you a little bit because I'm a huge fan of yours and I can't believe you're on this side of the pond and I didn't get to see you in person. The website is standing for women dot com. First things first for those who haven't for some reason because they've been trapped under a rock or sleeping like rip van winkle who didn't see that viral video, tell us where that occurred and who you were talking about when it comes to your comment. I'm not a vet, but I know what a dog is. Well, I was actually talking to a trans activist, a woman who frequently takes her shirt off to reveal her double mastectomy scars as sort of a badge of honor. And we were in poolside watching will Thomas called who calls himself Leah Thomas race against women. So not only racing against women in sport in swimming races, but also changing with them and getting naked and no women are allowed to talk about it and I just thought I did share he's a man when he was accepting his podium chat. So I just, I was there to point out that the emperor was naked and actually had a penis.

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"kellie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:31 min | Last month

"kellie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Finebaum show podcast. And welcome back JW is up next in South Carolina. Hello, JW. Hello, Paul. Glad you took my call. First time caller. What you showed about every day. Thank you. And I would have liked to say I've been a gamecock fan for all my life, I guess. And I get used to losing. And I just want to tell Alabama fans, hey, you lose one game. It's not the end of the world, you know? So a better thing to come and I remember South Carolina, I believe it was in 2010 upset number one Alabama. Do you remember that game? I remember it vividly. So I just wanted to tell the Alabama fans to hey, keep your head up. It's not the end of the world. Thank you. Thank you. Thanks for calling. Mike is in Kentucky. You're on the air. Hey, ball. Mate. You know, you know, Tennessee goddess. But the way I see it, they played the best game of their lives when we played the worst game of ours and they squeaked by with a win and you know that's okay. Looking back on that game, there were pivotal pivotal pivotal pivotal moments in that game that were decided by yellow flags. So I wish them well the rest of the season. I hope they get by Georgia and we'll see them again in the SEC championship. With a different crew and we'll see how shake that thing. So you think it was the officiating the cost Alabama the game? Paula, I heard you say yesterday yourself, you think Bryce young was targeted. Well, I was talking about. Well, I mean, you saw the Kool-Aid mckinstry run back, right? He was 60 yards downfield before that flag came out. I mean, don't you think that's a little bit late? I mean, to me, if he were to put on the flag immediately, okay, I can live with it. He was 60 yards down the field when that flag hit it now. That's what Gary Danielson said. And do you remember when Dallas Turner scooped that ball up and run into the end zone? Unlike the game might be on ice at that point. It did look that way. The very next, the very next position, Tennessee turned the ball over again. And they let them line up and run a play. Saving staff really dropped the ball bad by now. I want to protest on that because that board clearly dropped the football. And I was talking to both Scarborough on another podcast. Inside the 30 yard line, but that's okay. You know, it is what it is. I hope they get by Georgia and I hope we get another shot at him in the SEC team and share. Matt is up next. So good afternoon Matt. I'm sorry to come on show that we call. I a project you better have surgery on so I couldn't call it Shelton trying to get better getting better. But I want to say a couple of things to you first of all. Congratulations to you, Paul Paul, my brother. I like your team one and I joined seeing Stephen throwing a character of the silent like a two order 30 year old and I wish nothing but the best for Tennessee going direct the year for them. And I got a juicy story for you, Paul. I don't know if it's true, but I heard a tech fact you say bougie so it depends how does the rest of the year if they go 84 93, don't call me on this one. I don't know if I'm sure we could have to deal with yourself for me. Jimbo Fisher were considered getting a new office at mentality for the rest of the year and what their record is. And I want your thoughts on that. Pop on my brother. Yeah, I think the issue really is whether he continues calling players or not. There's a lot of criticism. I've always been a believer that the head coach should determine that. I don't think it's cliche for the media to say, well, he needs to quit doing something. That's what he does. That's part of who he is, and that's part of what his job is. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it very, very much. David is up next. Good afternoon, David. Hi, Paul. I'm a first time caller, listen to show for years. Thank you. I live about 35 minutes from little town called swane Tennessee out here in about two hours from now. Yes, sir. I wonder, that's the tube scoops give Alabama their worst defeats in history. I wonder if they complained about the fish back when they played them at universities south back in that thing O 5. I'm sure they did. I think Mike was probably on the line the next day complaining. A lot of us count you back though, I went up to games, Saturday. It made my son was standing in line for ball walks. Well, the security guards come down and said, y'all got to get a phone aside. So when we got up there, we went around behind people. Still getting around in front of them. Todd said, daddy, coach cut glee of not looked around understood David kirkley off right there with the rest of the paper, just like he's won the fan. And he shot my hand. Todd said, coach couldn't clear off said, does this mean the player walking in, who you're lacking right now? He's in my heart's bet to be down here. But anyway, it was good to see him up there at the ball game. And I smoked my first cigar, a smoke

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"kellie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:35 min | Last month

"kellie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Back here on a busy, busy Tuesday, but there's a lot going on in Birmingham as day one of media days, basketball, the women have taken center stage and that's a shot right outside the grand bohemian in right outside of Birmingham and mountain brook and we take you to Birmingham right now. Courtney lyell. Paul legend might not be happy about what's happening with Alabama and Tennessee beating them. But Tennessee, their football team's doing well and guess what? Kelly Harper and her lady vols are doing fantastic. They are in the way too early ESPN preseason poll is number four, pick to finish second in the SEC. We've got Kelly Harper and tamari key. Ladies, welcome to media days. Kelly, I've heard you talk about the high expectations and how you guys are talking about them openly. Why choose that approach and how do you think it benefits this group? Well, I think our veterans that were on the team last year experienced the top 5 ranking for the first time. And I think that we've talked about that and how we're hoping that that experience last year will help us moving forward. And to be able to not just be there, but be successful in that space. And one of the areas that has always been key to go with your defense's post play. So now we have tamari key. We were talking outside, I can't believe it. You are a senior. I know. I can't believe it. I know. But going into your senior year, I mean, each year we have seen your game grow and progress. You've embraced the physicality. What can we expect to see from you this season? Well, I'm just so excited to finally get back on the court with the girls. I'm really looking forward to this season and all the hard work that we put in this off season. In the summer, I mean, we've been at it in the gym. We've been grinding, so I'm just looking forward to see it come to fruition. Tomorrow you heard Kelly talk about how last year's experience of that success could help you. What did you take away from that experience? A lot of things. I mean, adversity, like she said, we were there in that moment. And I think it was just there to prepare us for what was to come in the future. Knowing how to navigate in that space like she said and playing through adversity, we had players who got hurt and a lot of players had to step up and provide more for the team. So I think it only made us better. How good is it to have Jordan horse back on the court coach? Makes my job a lot easier. And I tell you, she looks terrific. She had a great summer. If it's possible, she's more athletic now than she was last year. As she's really, she's really bought in at a different level in the weight room and it's showing on the court. Yeah, I last year it was incredibly you guys had three season ending injuries. Marta Suarez and then key and green and then Jordan horston. All key pieces for you. I mean, it was incredible. We get to see Marta coming back along with Jordan, how is Marta been looking? Martha's been playing really well. Very, very efficient. She's very aggressive. She understands the game. We've done a lot of, we've used a lot of stats, this preseason and statistically just about every practice she's shooting really well and she's so motivated and so happy to be back out on the court. Oh, I bet. And not only do you get those two players back, but also you win the transfer portal hard. And rakia Jackson, the top rank transfer has come to be a lady vol. Tamari, what have you noticed that rakia has brought to this team? She's explosive and she's a leader on this team. You know, she's a senior and she knows the game. I mean, she was a star player at Mississippi state, so we were just excited to get her. I mean, I mean, I'm kind of speechless to say, she's a really good basketball player, and I'm just glad that she's an orange with us this year. And can't leave if you could describe for us Jasmine Powell, she's already on the Nancy Lieberman preseason list. What can the Tennessee fans and the women's SEC fans expect to see from her this season? She's powerful. She's also explosive. She can handle the ball. She can create for others, her assists are really high. Which is really nice when you're working with players like rikia Jackson tamari key Jordan horston, Marta Suarez. She's got a lot of players to throw the ball to. But she can also score. And really liked her summer. I thought she had a lot of improvement over the course of the summer. And Kelly, you've talked about you have a lot of options at the point guard position. Jasmine being one of them. I mean, how does that the depth that you have and the versatility of the players you have help you in the different lineups you can use this year? Well, I think one of our biggest strengths is our depth and our versatility and the number of combinations that we can have out on the court. We probably won't play tamari at the point, but they got a lot of other things. We can go with so many different lineups. And it gives us an option as a staff to be able to gameplay in, to be able to put the hot hand out there to be able to change it up during the course of a game. Well, Kelly, you have done what Tennessee traditionally does and you've scheduled a tough schedule coming up. You mean some what are some of the big games you're looking forward to this season? Well, right now, the first one. I'm starting we're close enough now that I've got the little countdown and as a coach, I'm probably going to panic trying to get more in and but right now we're just looking forward to the first one and then getting rolling. This is going to be an exciting team. We have a lot of work to do. And we know that. We have a lot of work. But they're fun. They're fun to coach their fun to watch. You know, the opportunities that we have, I think, are really high. We just have to stay consistent each and every day and go out and be our best. So is there something on the court you're challenging this group with right now? There's been a few things, you know, we talk a lot about rebounding. We're not where we want to be yet, which I'm sure a lot of people, okay, we'll get there. Not sure when preferably before the first game, but we'll get there. There are a few things. I think this team, I think, the pace, the tempo can be pretty hot. I think our rebounds can be up and I think defensively we can show some different combinations as well.

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"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:39 min | Last month

"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Oh my gosh. I love this. All right, in our two, we have asked metaxas, we're talking to a friend from ADF, and then after that folks, I want to share what happened last night at Socrates in the city, if you don't get our two on your radio dial, you can go to metaxas talk dot com. But I want to share what happened last night at Socrates in the city. I'm in Houston. It was insane. I mean, I really, I'll share in hour two, I'll have the time to share what happened last night. I mean, Houston, and I want to share I'm speaking in The Woodlands this weekend, if you go to Eric metaxas dot com, you can see my schedule and if you're in this area because even my Friends last night, Rick and Barbara vlaha, their former friends. That's not true. The 30 year friends, they said, oh, we live in The Woodlands, so you're going to be there this weekend. Like, yeah, yeah. Obviously, even my own friends who don't know that I'm going to be in town. So I want everyone to know so you can tell your Friends in Houston that I'm here. But so we're going to get to that. We're going to talk about what happened last night. But I mentioned before Dennis that we're doing campaign with ADF. Ladies and gentlemen, let's look at it. Look at it from my perspective. Okay, maybe you have a daughter or a granddaughter who is involved in sports, or you know someone who has a kid. A daughter or a granddaughter who's involved in sports. Maybe she's been in swimming competitions for years. For years and she's hoping for a scholarship in track and field. When she goes to college or a swimming scholarship, right? Okay, well, if your daughter or granddaughter of the daughter of a friend, granddaughter of a friend or a neighbor, has been dreaming of a scholarship, her dream could turn into a nightmare if she's forced to compete against male athletes, can you imagine anything stupider who are physically bigger and stronger thanks to an executive order signed by Joe Biden. Supposedly pushing for equality of the sexes. This is where we are. It's that nuts. If you do not fight back against this madness. Now look, I'm saying this because I want you to fight back by giving to the lines defending freedom. I don't know how else you can fight back, but they are obviously on the side of liberty. They believe that concept is wrong and insane. And by the way, Tennessee governor Bill Lee, whom I've had the privilege to meet many times, agrees with them. Let's play that clip. That particular executive order is a tremendous overreach of the federal government into the states. I will say that. I'll also say that I do believe that transgenders participating in women's sports will destroy women's sports. It will ruin the opportunity for girls to earn scholarships and sometimes I think it's bad for women and for women's sports. Yes, and the governor is correct, of course, so ADF has gone to court against this kind of lunacy in Connecticut in Connecticut and in other states defending the rights of female student athletes fighting to protect their God given rights. Okay, ADF, I told you you never charges a dime because their legal costs are defrayed by generous tax deductible donations from listeners like you, so I've said you can go to metaxas talk dot com, I'm asking you to do that today or we actually have a phone number. It's a brand new phone number. Repeat this slowly. You can call this, please, please. I don't know how else to say it. This is everything's on the line. It's insane. 8 5 5 three 8 5 O 5 9 6. It's 8 5 5 three 8 5 O 5 9 6. I will say it again when we come back, we've got all kinds of stuff I want to tell you all about Socrates in the city last night here in Houston, but please 8 5 5 three 8 5 O 5 9 6 8 5 5 three 8 5 zero 5 9 6 please. 855-385-0596..

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"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:19 min | Last month

"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"My pillow dot com promo code Eric at my pillow dot com. Folks, welcome back. I'm in Houston. Yay. Warm humid Houston. It's kind of bizarre album because in New York, as you know, fall has fallen and it's beautiful. It's crisp weather and sunny and bright and cool and just wonderful. It is. Houston and today, today, Thursday. It's going to be 98°. 98 degrees. So if you want to cool off, you might think of going to Venus or someplace that's a little bit cooler and less humid. But it's kind of amazing, actually, that in the, in the middle of October, it's literally going to be 98° here today. But we love it. Last night, we did our Socrates in the city event. And I just have to tell you, there were so many people at the event. This is a fun thing of doing Socrates and city and other cities and other places besides New York because people who just wouldn't get to New York or couldn't get to New York. There was a woman last night. I mean, I met so many incredible people. People who had driven hours to come to this event. They wanted to come to Socrates and city event. They hadn't been able to with New York, so they've driven here. There's a woman two hours from here. Her daughter lives in Atlanta. Her daughter flew from Atlanta to meet her mom to drive the two hours to come to this Houston event. It was at a fancy country club last night. I met people from Houston that they said, remember ten years ago, you spoke at a pregnancy center thing or you spoke, I mean, so many wonderful people. I love coming here and being here. But I'm telling you, when we get this audio and video up of my conversation with James tour, the guy is a riot. He's just a writer. Now Alvin, you're in laws where they're last night. Yeah, a couple of them, I, my sister in law Michelle and my nephew, Andrew, were there, and they got a chance to talk to James and his wife, apparently. She sent me a text saying, oh, it's so exciting. This is great. I got a chance to talk with them. Well, it was funny because, as I always tease him, you know, I mentioned we're launching Socrates in the city books, which is an exciting thing, because. For me, it's about getting a lot of this information out there. So when I wrote my book as atheism dead, I said, what I've learned from James Tory, it's not in a book. And so last night, people were coming up to me to get me to sign my book. He doesn't have a book. He's too busy, you know, creating new patents and new technologies and he didn't have a book. But people were lined up, including your in laws to speak with him to get a picture with him. He has online videos that are, I mean, one of the things that happened last night, I think it might have been, yes, it was the woman from Atlanta who studied opera at Yale and her mother, her mother, said that they discovered James tour through me and this program, which is one of the reasons we do this program. I want to introduce my audience to these astonishing figures that I have the privilege to know. One of them is named John miraak. Another one's named James tour, another one is named Ken fish. And all of these wonderful people, but the mother of the woman who had flown in from Atlanta was saying that I share James tour's videos with everyone. And if they don't share them, I'm peeved. It was this older woman saying, my Friends, I want them to get excited about this. And so James tour, he does videos on the one hand about origin of life stuff, but then he does videos about his faith and stuff. So it really was we were just like swimming in champagne last night to be there with all of these people who'd come just from so many different places. James tours, wife was there. And one of his four kids is daughter, was there obviously my daughter and my wife with it, but it really was, it was wonderful. And so you can see the videos at Socrates in the city dot com. Do share them, Berlin, David berlinski, who were interviewing on November 1st, he came and spoke at Socrates in the city. This has got to be, I think it is now ten years ago, ten years ago. 9 years ago. It's 8 or 9 years ago. That video was up in case you want to get a taste of David berlinski and you can come on November 1st. When he was a young buck. Yeah. Yeah, he was a young buck of 70. Now, actually, I should say that last night who was in the audience, James agresti, who we just had on this program. With, what is it just facts dot com? Yes, just facts. He was there with his wife. So it was just all these people. Again, it's a joy to be in Houston. We have the 8 coming up, right? Yeah, this is it. Yeah. We're in it. We're in the 8. Yeah, we are in it. Already in the 8th. We get great. We like to call it crazy 8, yeah. So let me say then I want to give the phone number for calling ADF. In case you didn't know how much we need your help, folks. 8 5 5 three 8 5 O 5 9 6 8 5 5 three 8 5 O 5 9 6. I've said this, I'll say this again and again and again that you can't do better than the alliance defending freedom. They need your help. It's not like it would be nice if you help. They need our help because they're the front line. And I don't want to forget to say that it does come down to you. This is not something we're making up. They need my radio audience to help them. That's why they come to us. They do this pro Bono. They are on the front lines for liberty. So if you're facing weird HR issues at work, if you're like everywhere you look, there's this kind of stuff happening. They are fighting these battles in Supreme Court in state supreme courts. You have to go to metaxas talk dot com and click on the banner. Which we're asking you to do metaxas talk dot com, click on the banner, or if you want to call, you can do it right now, 8 5 5 three 8 5 O 5 9 6. I am hoping some of you will give huge gifts. This is tax deductible. Anybody who gives $10,000, obviously we would love to have dinner together, spend an evening with you to thank you personally. But everything's on the line. We are in a battle. Everybody's got to put their shoulder to the wheel, otherwise we don't get out of this ditch. I'm not just saying that folks. This is real. So you can go to metaxas talk dot com, click on the banner or dial 8 5 5 three 8 5 O 5 9 6 8 5 5 three 8 5 O 5 9 6. Three 8 5, O 5 9 6. And don't forget, any amount is doubled, doubled folks. So give now and make it count twice. Yeah, whatever you give because of another donate donut, another donor, it is your whatever you give is doubled. 8 5 5 three 8 5 O 5 9 6 8 5 5 three 8 5 O 5 9 6. Folks, welcome back..

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"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | Last month

"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"But last night, just being in Houston such a joy, so many wonderful people here. I want to remind you, folks, you have an assignment, you have to go to metaxas talk dot com. And you have to give to the lines to finding freedom. We need you, we need you to help, we really do. We really need you to help, I'll mention details. I'll give you the phone number when we come back. Well, the darlings on the sideline three and up such cherish life to with the overturn of roe V wade, lots of companies are coming out saying they'll pay for employee abortion travel and expenses. Most of you have heard about some of these companies you've decided to stop shopping or doing business there, but did you know that you most likely own stock in those companies through your four-o-one-ks, IRAs, and other investment accounts. Folks, this is a huge problem, and we need to do something about this to send a message to Wall Street through our investments. You need to go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric and get a free inspire impact report. This biblical investment analysis will educate you on what's really in your investment accounts like companies paying for abortion travel. You need to go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric to connect with an inspire adviser's financial professional who can run your report and help remove companies paying for abortion travel. Today, go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric that's inspire advisers dot com slash Eric. Advisory services are offered through inspire advisers LLC, a registered investment adviser with the SEC. My pillow is having their biggest sheet sale of the year..

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"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:37 min | Last month

"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Better blood flow, better life, vinia dot com slash Salem. Folks, welcome back. I'm in Houston. Hey. What am I doing? How did I get here? Oh, I remember. It was a plane, a delayed Delta flight, extremely delayed, extremely delayed. So I'm still recovering. Okay, Alvin, I got to tell you, I want to tell everybody about Socrates and said he'd happen last night, folks. Last night. Now, before I do that, I think I'm supposed to mention that if you go to Salem now dot com, you can find a new film called no vacancy, starring Superman. Dean Cain and who is the Sean Sean young. Gone young. Oh my gosh. Sean young and dean Cain in the film no vacancy. They're all kinds of other great films that Salem now. Dot com. By the way, by the way, Sean only does movies with no winner because she did no way out and she's now done no vacancy. That's very interesting. That's amazing kind of film critique that's never been done before of her oof. Oh, you E, VRE. Oof. Okay, ready? Soccer team told me last night. So James tour. Now, if you know James tour and if you actually, I recommend, what do I recommend? I guess I recommend first reading about him in my book is atheism dead because I try to explain in a way that everyone can understand, which is not easy. Who he is and what it is that he does. He's a nano scientist and he's so brilliant and I don't know if you ever met people like this, but you need someone who's so brilliant, they can't talk like they talk and you go, I don't understand what you're saying. You know, you have to say, excuse me, what do you mean by that word and that word? And what is that concept? What is chirality? And what do you mean? And so obviously, I wrote about him extensively in my book as atheism dead. And it is just insanely fascinating. And the whole reason I wrote the book had to do with meeting him. So last night we did a Socrates in city event with him in Houston because he's here at rice university. And it was so funny and entertaining. We will obviously get the video up very, very soon. But I just, I enjoyed the event in front of everyone, having this conversation with him. But I enjoyed talking to him beforehand. I enjoyed we do the sockets and city dinners afterward and where we have more private conversations and stuff. And he shared about his faith. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. This man is just an on fire believer in Jesus. Like I can't you can't even believe it. He's Jewish. It's kind of interesting. The last soccer speaker was Andrew clavin, who's, of course, ethnically Jewish, who came to faith in Jesus. So that was the last sock, the speaker. This Socrates speaker, James tour is Jewish secular, he came to believe in Jesus in college and it's just like, I mean, when we spoke about it privately, because in the event, we just talked about the science. And then our next Socrates and speaker is David berlinski, also secular Jewish, not a believer in Jesus. And so I'm going to talk to him about that on November 1st. So if you're interested in Socrates in the city, November 1st, New York City. And you know what, Albin, I don't know if you get this. But people email me and they're like, well, if I come to New York City, are they requiring vaccine documents? I thought, are you kidding? No, they're not. It's just like Florida at this point. I mean, I don't know what people have. You listen to the news and you just get the idea like I'm living in Hong Kong or something like that. Anyone can come if you want to stay overnight at the union league club, we can get you rooms at the union league club. If you make an evening or a weekend or whatever it is. But yeah, it is just like Florida too, except for the crazy governor and, you know, the weather sometimes. Yeah, except for the evil marxists. But no, but in all seriousness, New York is, you know, no one for many, many months has required anything. So you can go to any restaurant, any theater or whatever. I mean, whatever you want to do. But certainly stocks in the city events are just like they always were, you know, there's no masks. There's no vaccines. It's just, that's kind of the joy of it for me is being able to do these events. But last night's event, I don't know if I'm going to get to finish talking about it. We'll go into the next segment. But honestly, having a conversation with this super genius about origin of life research. And again, the idea, and this is all in my book as atheism dead. But I remember meeting him for so year four or 5 years ago and him clarifying to me like I have looked into this and the idea that we all learned in high school or whatever it was that in 1952 there was an experiment that they kind of figured out that lightning struck a puddle 4 billion years ago and created life. He's saying as a chemist, like not only is that not true, but it's so clearly an obviously not true. That people who are still gaslighting the world and pretending like that that's what happened need to be called out. And he has made it effectively his life's mission to clarify to the world of chemists, organic chemists, how clearly impossible and ridiculous this thesis is that we've all believed it was on the test. We had to say, that's how life started 4 billion years ago on Planet Earth. Electricity created amino acids, which fumbled themselves together into proteins combined with carbohydrates combined with it at a and lipids. And he's saying like it is demonstrably clearly insane. We know that. The people claiming it have to themselves know that. But it was so entertaining. When we come back, I will give you more details..

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"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:20 min | Last month

"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"What's amazing to me, Kelly, is that this is happening in places like Colorado. In other words, you have these bastions of what can we call it illiberal where they are targeting people. It seems obvious they're targeting people because if I go to a Muslim baker and say, hey, pal, I got some money here and I want you to create something that is an anti Islamic message and shut up and do it or I'm coming after you. Colorado would not support me in that. They would say, well, that's not right. And if is there being really selective because obviously folks with biblical beliefs like Lori would say, well, I can't celebrate same sex marriage. I can love people that I have different views with, but you're asking me to participate in that. I can't do that. This is a basic thing. I think most Americans understand this. So it seems to me that places like Colorado with Jack Phillips. They're particularly hostile to people of faith. And if it weren't for you in ADF, people of faith would literally lose their businesses. That's right, Eric, and they're going after people like Lori and Jack Phillips, and it's not just happening in Colorado, we're seeing it happen across the country where governments are targeting artists trying to force them to violate their convictions, people like Lori, who serve everyone, but can't promote all messages. And they're threatening them with jail time with up to even 6 figure fines for vacation of their business licenses. And you're right. Ultimately, the government shouldn't force any of us. For us in LGBT graphic designer to create art that violates their convictions, it shouldn't force a Democrat speechwriter to write for the Republican platform, regardless of who we are or what our beliefs are, the government should protect each of us and our ability to live and to work and to create consistent with those convictions to speak consistent with those convictions. And so that's what we're asking the Supreme Court to do is to uphold the free speech rights of Lori Smith and the free speech rights that belong to every single one of us as Americans. So Lori, can you talk about your case? What was it that triggered this that where you had to turn to ADF? What triggered my case almost a 6 years ago, it's been quite a journey, is that the state is censoring my speech, is compelling speech. So as I looked around at the way that Colorado was treating others, like you mentioned Jack Phillips, other people of faith specifically, I really didn't feel like I had much of a choice. I want to control the content of my own speech. Everyone should be free to do that, whether your views on marriage or other topics are the same as mine are different. So I took a stand, not only to protect my own freedoms, but I recognize that what the state is going after impacts me, but it impacts everyone. It impacts future generations, people who might be raising kids now. If they want to follow my steps one day and be a designer, they should have the freedom to control the content of their own speech. I'm just, I'm really astonished that this is happening in America. Most people understand this is anti American. It's not just un American. It's anti American. And that we have people that are vicious, they don't really care about American values. They don't care about what's fair. And I would say that most Americans that I know, they don't believe that these things are right. But these things are happening. These are hostile people and if it weren't feeling lines defending freedom, we're all in big trouble. So I want to tell you folks again, you need to go to metaxas talk dot com, click on the banner, help, or this is coming for you. It's coming for me. That's the way it goes. We'll be right back. The letter of that you tell me, Eric, why is relief factor so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway, and that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference..

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"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:23 min | Last month

"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"As you know, we are doing an exciting campaign with the alliance defending freedom. Why is it exciting because the alliance defending freedom or heroes, they are fighting for your liberty for your religious liberty in the courts. Do they get money from the federal government to do that? No. They make money doing that. No, they do this because they believe in freedom. And we believe in them and what they're doing and we want to give you an opportunity to help them, you need to help them. You need to go as I've mentioned many times to metaxas to talk dot com and click on the banner. You've got to do that today. To convince you, I wanted to bring on senior counsel with the alliance defending freedom, Kelly, fedorak, Kelly, did I even pronounce that close to correctly? You were very close. It's fedora. It's what? It's fedora, like fedora with the cave is in height. It's a rough one. I'm excited to introduce you in ADF to a lot of my listeners because I've known what you all are doing for years. And people always ask me, what can I do? What can I do right now where they're being going crazy? I say, well, here's a number of things you could do. One of the things you can do is give to the alliance defending freedom. And I'm not making that up. I'm not trying to be clever. If you actually care about liberty in America, giving something to ADF at metaxas talk dot com. Folks really, it's important. So Kelly talked to us about the case about any case you want to talk about, but I want to get to Laurie Smith. I know she's waiting in the wings to talk about her case as well. But give my audience an understanding of what you guys are dealing with. Well, we're defending freedom across the country in the courts and in the courts of public opinion in the legislatures. And ultimately, we're standing for everyone's freedom to live consistent with their convictions, but that they're college students, whether they're in high school, whether they're ministers, whether they're ministries, teachers, parents, we ultimately are working toward a nation where everyone has the freedom to live and to work consistent with their convictions without fear of the government punishment. We want to keep the doors open for the gospel. Well, a lot of people, I think, have this idea that this doesn't concern them that this happens to somebody else. But more and more and more, normal people going about their normal lives, find themselves in the crosshairs of crazy anti liberty forces, which is why we need the alliance defending freedom. Tell me about the case with Lori Smith and Laurie will be on here in a second, but Kelly, tell us about that. Give us an idea of what is the case with Lori Smith. Yes, definitely. Well, you know, by God's grace, we've had 14 Supreme Court wins in the past 11 years and we're hopeful that lorries will be our 15th win. At stake and Laurie's case, Laurie is an artist and from Jennifer Colorado, she's a graphic designer, and she is seeking to create consistent her convictions, but Colorado's telling her how she can't do that. There's censoring her beliefs and trying to force her to design websites for weddings that go against her faith, the very core of who she is. So thankfully the Supreme Court has agreed to hear her case and will decide in that case whether or not Americans can be free to say what they believe, which is something that all of us want. A win for Lori is not just for Laurie. It's a win for everyone. Well, I want to, before we bring Lori on, I want to, I want to just have my audience really understand what we're dealing with here. This is a level of madness that if you don't do something about it, folks, everybody can afford to do something, which is why I keep saying go to metaxas talk dot com, give to ADF. There are not a thousand organizations like ADF. There are a tiny, tiny handful, almost none besides ADF. And ADF is the best at this. They literally have taken 14 cases to the Supreme Court and won. So if they're not doing this, then people get bullied. And you say, well, what kind of people get bullied? Oh, I don't know. What about Lori Smith, a graphic artist who is on the program right now, Lori, welcome. Hi, thank you for having me. This is, I wanted to have you on, I'm excited to have you on because I thought, you know, you're like anybody. You're a graphic designer. This is pretty basic stuff. This is not difficult for people to comprehend. Somebody comes to you and demands that you create something for them, which is not consistent with your values. And you say, well, I can't do that. And they say, well, we're going to make you do that. And where do you go? You either get put out of business or you get sued and legal bills or you go to the alliance defending freedom. So, but tell the case of what happened to you that caused you to turn to the alliance defending freedom. Sure. Well, I've always been a creative person. I've enjoyed creating all my life for many years. I worked in the public and private sector and I ultimately wanted to start my own business, and that's what I did. And the best part of my job is that I get to work with people from all walks of life, including those who identify as LGBT. But what's important to know is that while I work with everyone and that brings me a lot of joy, I can't promote all messages through my business. And so what the government is saying is that they have the right, which they do not, to force me to speak and celebrate and create messages to pour my time and my talent into promoting things that violate my deeply held beliefs. And I believe strongly that all Americans, whether your views on marriage are the same as mine or they're different, we all must live and work freely without the fear of government punishment..

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Eric Welcomes Kellie Fiedorek From the Alliance Defending Freedom

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | Last month

Eric Welcomes Kellie Fiedorek From the Alliance Defending Freedom

"To bring on senior counsel with the alliance defending freedom, Kelly, fedorak, Kelly, did I even pronounce that close to correctly? You were very close. It's fedora. It's what? It's fedora, like fedora with the cave is in height. It's a rough one. I'm excited to introduce you in ADF to a lot of my listeners because I've known what you all are doing for years. And people always ask me, what can I do? What can I do right now where they're being going crazy? I say, well, here's a number of things you could do. One of the things you can do is give to the alliance defending freedom. And I'm not making that up. I'm not trying to be clever. If you actually care about liberty in America, giving something to ADF at metaxas talk dot com. Folks really, it's important. So Kelly talked to us about the case about any case you want to talk about, but I want to get to Laurie Smith. I know she's waiting in the wings to talk about her case as well. But give my audience an understanding of what you guys are dealing with. Well, we're defending freedom across the country in the courts and in the courts of public opinion in the legislatures. And ultimately, we're standing for everyone's freedom to live consistent with their convictions, but that they're college students, whether they're in high school, whether they're ministers, whether they're ministries, teachers, parents, we ultimately are working toward a nation where everyone has the freedom to live and to work consistent with their convictions without fear of the government punishment. We want to keep the doors open for the gospel.

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"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last month

"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You say, well, what kind of people get bullied? Oh, I don't know. What about Lori Smith, a graphic artist who is on the program right now, Lori, welcome. Hi, thank you for having me. This is, I wanted to have you on, I'm excited to have you on because I thought, you know, you're like anybody. You're a graphic designer. This is pretty basic stuff. This is not difficult for people to comprehend. Somebody comes to you and demands that you create something for them, which is not consistent with your values. And you say, well, I can't do that. And they say, well, we're going to make you do that. And where do you go? You either get put out of business or you get sued and legal bills or you go to the alliance defending freedom. So, but tell the case of what happened to you that caused you to turn to the alliance defending freedom. Sure. Well, I've always been a creative person. I've enjoyed creating all my life for many years. I worked in the public and private sector and I ultimately wanted to start my own business, and that's what I did. And the best part of my job is that I get to work with people from all walks of life, including those who identify as LGBT. But what's important to know is that while I work with everyone and that brings me a lot of joy, I can't promote all messages through my business. And so what the government is saying is that they have the right, which they do not, to force me to speak and celebrate and create messages to pour my time and my talent into promoting things that violate my deeply held beliefs. And I believe strongly that all Americans, whether your views on marriage are the same as mine or they're different, we all must live and work freely without the fear of government punishment.

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Lorie Smith Shares Her Story About an Attack on Creative Expression

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | Last month

Lorie Smith Shares Her Story About an Attack on Creative Expression

"You say, well, what kind of people get bullied? Oh, I don't know. What about Lori Smith, a graphic artist who is on the program right now, Lori, welcome. Hi, thank you for having me. This is, I wanted to have you on, I'm excited to have you on because I thought, you know, you're like anybody. You're a graphic designer. This is pretty basic stuff. This is not difficult for people to comprehend. Somebody comes to you and demands that you create something for them, which is not consistent with your values. And you say, well, I can't do that. And they say, well, we're going to make you do that. And where do you go? You either get put out of business or you get sued and legal bills or you go to the alliance defending freedom. So, but tell the case of what happened to you that caused you to turn to the alliance defending freedom. Sure. Well, I've always been a creative person. I've enjoyed creating all my life for many years. I worked in the public and private sector and I ultimately wanted to start my own business, and that's what I did. And the best part of my job is that I get to work with people from all walks of life, including those who identify as LGBT. But what's important to know is that while I work with everyone and that brings me a lot of joy, I can't promote all messages through my business. And so what the government is saying is that they have the right, which they do not, to force me to speak and celebrate and create messages to pour my time and my talent into promoting things that violate my deeply held beliefs. And I believe strongly that all Americans, whether your views on marriage are the same as mine or they're different, we all must live and work freely without the fear of government punishment.

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"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | Last month

"kellie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Here. So it just makes me realize I need to do it. Yeah, yeah. What does a typical week look like for you? Like crazy. I guess typically we're here in the studio a couple of days a week taping. But often on the weekends, I'm traveling around the country actually go to Eric my taxes dot com, sign up for my newsletter. But lately it has been a lot of traveling and a lot of it's been crazy. So a typical week has been crazier than usual, but usually it means that I'm in New York in the middle of the week and I'm traveling on the weekends. Okay. You just had a Socrates, but here's a question. What's up next for the fall for Socrates? We have an event on November 1st with David berlinsky. We have an event. I'm not going to say with who in December. But I am so excited about the berlinski event. He's not well known. He's one of these people that it's kind of like the whole reason I do Socrates and city is to introduce folks like this, where when you discover him, you're going to think, holy guacamole. How did I miss him? There's nobody more entertaining and brilliant, literally. I can't think of any one than David berlinsky. So that's November 1st, go to Socrates in the city. I love it when he played concerto grosso and D minor. He's brilliant. I know. Confused. On the washtub base. I think that's what you're referring to. I think so. How do you think the Russia Ukraine war will end? Do you think Putin will actually use nuclear weapons, my answer to that, I can quote T.S. Eliot in answering that one. My answer is not with a bang. But a whimper. Oh, I like that. Very poetic. I think that we've all been gaslighted or gas lit into pretending that Ukraine is England and Russia is Nazi Germany. It's more like Nazi Germany versus the Soviet Union. And I think by God's grace, we're ending that is being ended with a whimper..

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Eric's Advice When Dealing With Conspiracy Theorists

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | Last month

Eric's Advice When Dealing With Conspiracy Theorists

"My sisters and I are big fans of yours. They, however, are being drawn into conspiracy theories, and it concerns me. Can you address this issue for Christians? I think they're being deceived. They think I'm being deceived. For example, we had a huge argument about the moon landing. Thank you for being a voice of reason in our culture. I think your siblings might be idiots, but I don't know them personally. But let me say this, folks. Anyone who questions whether the earth is a sphere or whether people landed on the moon or whether he Hillary Clinton is a lizard person, don't talk to them. Don't bother, don't cast Ye, your pearls before swine, getting involved in this madness. Some people are just foolish. They're foolish people. And they waste their time and they try to waste your time talking about things that are ridiculous. There are so many genuine things to worry about and to work on. But the fact that people are so out of touch that they would waste their time talking about whether people landed on the moon, you need to laugh at them, it's like saying, well, I believe Ronald Reagan was actually a raccoon. What do you think? I think there are many places in the Bible that say you do not answer a fool according to his folly. I really just would walk away. It's not worth your time.

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What Happens if Religious Leaders Don't Push Back Against Wokeism?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | Last month

What Happens if Religious Leaders Don't Push Back Against Wokeism?

"Day you were on with Hugh Hewitt on his radio show, and he asked you a couple of times toward the end of the interview. What would happen in the U.S. if religious leaders don't push back against the woke culture. You didn't really answer it and he asked you twice. Do you expect to conservatives to where the equivalent of a star of David on their clothing? We go to re-education camps. I'm curious to see what you think. Well, you threw a lot at me. He struck me as hostile. Now he's a friend, but he struck me as hostile and aggressive, and he didn't really give me an opportunity to answer these things. So I'm really grateful for the opportunity to answer it now. What was the question again? Just quitting, no, no, just kidding, I got it. Basically, you know, we're not joking here. First of all, when I say in my book letter to the American church, which is what I was talking about on his program, that we are in the process of being judged. And if we do not repent, if the American church does not begin to speak loudly and proudly about the truth and push against the woke madness and the cultural Marxism, if we keep pretending that that's not my lane, I'm just supposed to preach about I'm preaching the gospel. That's not biblical folks. That's nonsense. And a lot of Christian leaders are saying that. And I am saying, if we don't, we are going down, we are already going down, but we will go down much more dramatically a path unimaginable to us as unimaginable as the path the Germans went down in the 30s.

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In the Midst of This Transgender Insanity, Where Are the Feminists?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:12 min | 8 months ago

In the Midst of This Transgender Insanity, Where Are the Feminists?

Kellie-Jay Keen Knows Exactly What a Woman Is

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:37 min | 8 months ago

Kellie-Jay Keen Knows Exactly What a Woman Is

"We are delighted. We are honored to have her with us today. America first won on a one and none other than Kelly J Keane. Welcome to one on Juan Kelly Jay. Thank you so much for having me. You are, you came, became known to me because of an interview you gave under a pseudonym or a nom de guerre, shall we say of posey Parker on my buddies podcast trigonometry that's constant in kiss in France's foster out of the UK. Two left of center stand up comedians who've had it with political correctness, you were on their show some time ago and man, oh man, was it impressive? And then you have the audacity to come to the United States whilst COVID is everywhere and watch that fake a woman, Thomas, destroy the dreams of swimmers of female swimmers, and there's a viral video we will just share later of you saying, yeah, that's not a girl. And somebody challenges you in the bleachers and says, what are you a doctor? Are you a scientist? And your reply was what Kelly Jay? I said, I'm not a vet, but I know what a dog is. Yeah, beautifully put. That's why you are a trooper. She has a T-shirt, a sweater on, which is her definition. It is the definition of woman. Would you share it with our millions of listeners and viewers Kelly Jay? What is a woman? Well, it's an adult human female. Wow, I think you should be the next associate justice on the Supreme Court of the united more qualified than katangi

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"kellie" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"kellie" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Let's get serious. Kelly J Keane, who are you? How did you get to where you are as a champion for the truth when it comes to just biology and gender? Tell us a little bit about your story. So I am a married woman with four children and I was a happy stay at home mother and then I joined this discussion forum and started asking questions about this particular issue in 2015 and I was soon kicked out. And that made me think that there was something really wrong that we couldn't talk about women and we couldn't gatekeep really what it was to be a woman and we had to give up all of our language and all of our spaces for men. And so I just wasn't having any of it. And the more I looked into it, the more horrifying it is when it comes to sort of the mutilation of children's bodies. The actual the absolute erosion of all women's spaces and rights, including really vulnerable women in refuges. And then in 2018, I was interviewed under caution by the police for 6 tweets. And then I sort of became a little known. Let me break that up down for people here in the U.S.. What that means under caution. That's the equivalent of being Miranda. So you are being officially interviewed by the police with the potential of being charged. And that happened in the UK to you because you've done what Kelly J? 6 tweets, including saying that I thought it was wrong to take a child of 16 to Thailand to be castrated. That was one of the specific tweets that police didn't like very much. It's apparently it's perfectly fine and adequate to take your 16 year old son for his 16th birthday to remove his testicles. Because the allegedly that makes him a girl, right? Yeah. You know, I have a 16 year old when he was 16, he got a PlayStation, you know, horses the courses.

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Who Is British Activist Kellie-Jay Keen?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | 8 months ago

Who Is British Activist Kellie-Jay Keen?

"Let's get serious. Kelly J Keane, who are you? How did you get to where you are as a champion for the truth when it comes to just biology and gender? Tell us a little bit about your story. So I am a married woman with four children and I was a happy stay at home mother and then I joined this discussion forum and started asking questions about this particular issue in 2015 and I was soon kicked out. And that made me think that there was something really wrong that we couldn't talk about women and we couldn't gatekeep really what it was to be a woman and we had to give up all of our language and all of our spaces for men. And so I just wasn't having any of it. And the more I looked into it, the more horrifying it is when it comes to sort of the mutilation of children's bodies. The actual the absolute erosion of all women's spaces and rights, including really vulnerable women in refuges. And then in 2018, I was interviewed under caution by the police for 6 tweets. And then I sort of became a little known. Let me break that up down for people here in the U.S.. What that means under caution. That's the equivalent of being Miranda. So you are being officially interviewed by the police with the potential of being charged. And that happened in the UK to you because you've done what Kelly J? 6 tweets, including saying that I thought it was wrong to take a child of 16 to Thailand to be castrated. That was one of the specific tweets that police didn't like very much. It's apparently it's perfectly fine and adequate to take your 16 year old son for his 16th birthday to remove his testicles. Because the allegedly that makes him a girl, right? Yeah. You know, I have a 16 year old when he was 16, he got a PlayStation, you know, horses the courses.

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"kellie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:27 min | 10 months ago

"kellie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We are coming right back. You were listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. So auburn has promoted wide receivers coach Eric kaisow to offensive coordinator. This makes what? The one two Brian harsh and third is that right? Third offense of coordinator? Third OC and 14 months. The last one was there for a month. It was just a week ago when we were talking about whether Carson would make it. Let's check out Jeremy from Vermont to hello, Jeremy. Hi, Paul, how are you? Hey there. So I'm down here for personal reasons. My son's on auburn student and I've been paying close attention to not only your show, but to the auburn men's basketball team had a chance to go check them out in person. I'm concerned about their back court play and how vulnerable that could make them come tournament time. Yeah, that's a fair point. Again, I think what you have to remember about the NCAA tournament. What matters? Guard play matters, free throws matter. Matchups matter most and it's always difficult. You can always say, well, they're definitely the best team in the country, but it depends on what they run up against. And a couple of years ago, three years ago, auburn was nowhere near the top ten. They nearly lost in the first round. And they came within a whisker of making it to the championship game, hey, enjoy your time down there. Thank you very, very much. John is in Florida. Hey, John. Hey, Paul, good to hear from you today on this Friday. Thank you for coach Saban. And his speech. Do you think he was more upset about the fact that those players that he didn't call their names, but they transferred if I'm not mistaken. And by the way, if they would have won a fam would have beat Georgia when he called out those players. No, he wouldn't have because Saban is a method coach in this respect. He is always trying to use what happened as a means to improve, he is famous for saying, don't waste a failure. What he's trying to communicate to future players is you don't win the national championship in the fourth quarter in January. You win it in spring practice. You win it in the off season. You win it in summer workout. So I mean, there's always a method to it. There was a lot more to what he said. He also brought up Henry ruggs and we haven't gotten into that yet, but he has some very interesting things to say about rugs in terms of how others could have helped him. Sabin is always trying to preach message. This one needs some explaining. We'll take a break, more of your phone calls at 855-242-7285. When we come back. Swagger whimper. Yo, what up y'all? I'm Marcus spears, aka swagga. I don't know how it happened. Me and big perk, Kendrick Perkins, NBA champion, got a podcast. I don't know who thought of this, okay? Listen, nobody asked too many questions. I don't know what they gonna do after we burn this thing down. But hopefully they can extinguish it perk 'cause we gonna go in, big dog. It's a great day for big earth check out swag who and perk, wherever you get your podcast..

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"kellie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:21 min | 10 months ago

"kellie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Stick around. You were listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. And welcome back. We're heading to Knoxville to be joined by Kelly Harper, the head coach of the lady vows as you heard there. They take on the number one rank gamecocks of dawn staley on Sunday, we'll talk to coach Daly a little bit later our coach here. Thanks for making time. I know you had to race to get here. I'm sure, as you're getting back from a game last night getting ready for the number one team, I'm sure doing a doing an interview is number one on your list of things you had to do today that you wanted to good afternoon. Thank you. Thank you, Paul. With you, it absolutely is number one. I'm curious. I was watching. I don't know if you were able to hear what was on before you were talking to Andrea talking to coach landers. I know that you have great respect for both. But when our coach listens to commentators, talk about their team, what goes through your mind at that moment. You know, I think about how critical we are as coaches and, you know, you're just listening to someone else's opinion and someone that's not involved in it every single day and doesn't get to see it. So you know I listen to that and take that all in and obviously what they say is a lot of times very accurate. And let's talk about what's ahead, but I know the day after a game, especially a disappointing law, does anything change for you and your program in terms of, I know you have to turn the page. Oh, you do. You know, you have to, I think the challenge that we have from this Thursday night game to Sunday is trying to correct some things from Thursday, but also trying to prepare for a big game on Sunday. And for us, we've got to get some things right with our team. And so that's what we worked on more today and then obviously our practice on Saturday will focus more on very specific game plans for South Carolina. For some programs, a game like this on network television, the game day lead in might be intimidating, but you just came back a couple weeks ago from Connecticut, the lady evolves are always playing in marquee games. I know every game is different, but the accumulation of big stages, do you look at that as one offs or is it an amalgamation of a number of things that helps you get ready for the postseason? Well, you know, what we're trying to do is use this to build so that we're better, we've just recently cracked the top ten this year back in the top ten for a portion of the season. Actually, the top 5. And what we're trying to do right now is learn to live in that space. And living in that space is going to result in marquee games. It's going to result in a lot of media and a lot of focus and a lot of noise around our team and around specific games. And so that's something that we're still learning. We have a lot of players in our program that haven't been in this space. And so hopefully the Connecticut game and the environment around that up in Hartford will help us better prepare for this game on Sunday. And it is a big game, of course, anytime you're playing someone rank number one, it adds to the luster, but as you look across and see South Carolina, what do you see on the other side, there are other than arguably the best player in the country? Yes. Well, I think they're the best team in the country right now. I think they have what you heard the commentators say. They have great depth, they have an inside presence. They have outside presence as well. They defend nothing is going to be easy. So they're just so solid. They don't have a lot of weaknesses. And I think one of their strengths in addition to all of that is the poise that they play with and the mentality that they have. And you know, they've been there. And they understand what that's like to be in big games every night. Certainly last season was bizarre. We all know we've been through that a million times. But this season, I'm curious how normal it feels when you see sold out arenas as you have seen countless times, including your own building and what you'll see on Sunday. What is that like again to experience for you and your program? Well, it's been so refreshing. We have had some great crowds and Thompson bowling arena here in Knoxville that really sparked us, giving us a lot of energy and I know about halfway through the season I made the comment that we just really missed this last year. It's such a such a big deal, especially in a place like Tennessee where you have great crowds and then to not experience it for a season. It takes away a part of the student athlete experience for sure. So it's nice to be in arenas that have energy and a lot of excitement. I know you're just a couple of years in your return to Knoxville. And you mentioned the top 5 and everything seems like a checklist. But how do you feel about the tenure right now? And I know there's work to do. That's a standard line from any coach, no matter where you're rang, but what is your assessment of the short period since you've been back? I think we've made a lot of progress. I really do. And I think you don't just push a button and magically be where you want to be. It is a process. And you really have to work towards that and it doesn't happen overnight. And so the fact that our team has been able to push and have success this year and hit a rough spot rough patch and not been clean with winds like we want. You know, we're still learning..

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"kellie" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"kellie" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"So nice just kelly atoms. So what a wonderful song. What a great story behind it as well. And this has been delightful. Thanks for coming in. I appreciate great time. I love meeting you. It's always a pleasure meeting anyone in everyone especially on a foggy day which we had a pretty a pretty sunny day for. Hopefully that will happen. On september tenth jess will be on the showcase stage at the marian. Popcorn festival seven thirty on that friday night september tenth. And we certainly invite you to come down the merriam popcorn festival. If you're listening to this in your seventy eighty two hundred miles away is free. Yeah none of the entertainment. You have to pay for none of it. That was the whole idea behind. The festival was to celebrate the popcorn heritage and provide free entertainment and in a lot of cases headline entertainment and soon to be headline entertainment. With somebody is awesome jets. And and that's the whole idea behind the festival so you can come and get a ton of free entertainment really good food and just have yourself a great time and like i said we've got thursday night on our main stage. We have rumors which is a fleetwood. Mac tribute act on friday night eddie montgomery from montgomery gentry. Great white will be on saturday night. All of those start Show start between about eight thirty and nine. It really depends on a lot of factors we tell everybody eight thirty but sometimes it's more like eight forty five eight fifty but But we certainly will have some some great shows for you as well as all the shows on the showcase stage. All of the show's happening on the pop and party stage all weekend long. I mean just just crazy. I mean all the stages and all the really good entertainment. that's going to happen And and i'm. I'm happy that gesture part of just tell everybody how they can find your music get. Your music consume your music before and after the popcorn festival show saving grace. I just released that two weeks ago and you can hear that on apple music spotify Under jess kelly adams three names and the middle name is spelled k. e. l. l. i. e. so just kelly atoms and that's the same with my facebook and instagram youtube. You can find me anywhere online. At just kelly atoms. Well you can also meet her that night at the marion popcorn festival. Now you might wanna wanna stop and realize that she's probably going be heading over to see. Eddie montgomery a little bit later which is cool but but certainly you can. You can meet her. Check out her music and have a wonderful time at the festival. Enjoy your day in marian and enjoy the festival. I i come and go from the popcorn festival for days and days days. So hopefully i'll right into you but there's a good chance we won't see each other down busy as it is so but but it's cool because i'll be i'll be doing some stuff with opening ceremonies that night as well as handling the games stuff back here so it'll be crazy but realized that i am with you in spirit when you are playing that evening whether or not. I'm able to make it over there or not. i'll try. i will try my best. And it'll be fantastic folks if you like what you're hearing. Make sure that you hit follow on the the marian now channel which is all stuff about things that are going on in and around marian and of course everytime we post a new one. You'll get a notification right on your phone once again. Thank you to my guests today. Just kelly adams who was playing the mariam. Popcorn festival jess. Thank you so much for coming. In i appreciate you..

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"kellie" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"kellie" Discussed on Radio Boston

"When pulitzer prize mccarthy genius award and transformative scholarship are not enough to obtain job security. All academics should be concerned. That's a line written by our next guest. Wellesley professor kelly carter jackson about the saga between nicole. Hannah jones and the university of north carolina carter jackson's essay titled i am a black woman in academia nicole. Hannah jones tenure. Saga isn't unique can be found on. Wbz cognizant page and. She joins us now to talk about her own experiences as a black woman who's also made a name for herself in the world of academia professor carter jackson always good to have you welcome back. Yeah thanks for having me back happy to be here so i really want to focus on you but i think we should just mainly due a reminder of hannah jones's situation as you said she was a pulitzer prize winner macarthur genius award winner highly recommended by coming. Here's but the first time around not offered tenure by unc. So so just quickly remind us what happened there. It's it's complicated so basically. They denied her tenure by not taking her case so they kept delaying and d'alene when they would agree to meet to vote on her case but essentially that delay was a denial And it's an unusual smell because for one. No one been denied that position before but also she was the first african-american Amar african american woman to be denied that that position as well And you'd also been voted on unanimously by her colleagues and peers It got shut down at the highest levels. Okay and then later they changed. They offered her tenure. But she thank you. They did they reversed course. Mostly i'm going to say during the due to public outcry. Basically there were several campaigns. That were going on in her defense And they wanted to reverse course olding a meeting holding a vote giving her tenure and she essentially said thanks but no things. I've already been offered a job in. I've taken it at my alma mater howard university. So i'm really happy that she's going to be at howard but it was. I mean this has been a very public of very Ongoing debate not just about nicole..

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"kellie" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"kellie" Discussed on The Property Couch

"I i way way didn't implement a credit cards area because we've not seen my first five thousand dollar credit card horror story which actual there's a lot of people at who would love just a five thousand dollar credit card horror story but if you are five thousand modest welby a million if you've got no income so since then i haven't done credit cards so we haven't wanted to implement that section of it so we've just got the offset doing its thing and out leaving in law style. We pay ourselves on thursday night and that is there is no topping-up sneakily. There is no are shifting. Anything else about. That's there's an we've done since starting at ease reduced it a native not and you've raised a really good point too because the credit cards a dangerous in the wrong hands. And you know it's proven there's plenty of studies to show that if if you Disconnected from the pine off handing over money. Not only not only. Does that mean you spend more but it also means that your you know the disconnection from the pine is obviously something that means. That's what the banks are preying on route so full for the better part. Credit cards The enemy but i guess just for those who listening are being exposed to the much monster for the first two on money smart all about essentially interest rate optimization. So all it means is if i can use a credit card for non-discretionary payment where i'm not going to be susceptible to flicking money. On the card. I can then have money sitting in offset for fifty five days longer therefore the interest rate optimization is working but you raise a really good point and i don't think it's worth chatting about here is the system does include a credit card for the for the average. You'll better money manager. But for the person who is below average or has a backstory. Lucky was. We'd i wanna reflect that wound. It actually still works. It actually still works. Vaughn and probably reduces one level of complexity on a very simple system because as you site wants thursday when tops up nothing else speed. Say nothing worse. That's a good point that you might. it's fantastic. It has been brilliant f. Now in terms of use before you don't do the monthly check out brought because you've said an annual target for yourself and you're seeing your offset rise itself and living within your means in terms.

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City of Kirkland, Seattle, Strongly Encourages Businesses to Close on June 1 at 1 p.m. Due to Risk of Looting

KIRO Nights

01:13 min | 2 years ago

City of Kirkland, Seattle, Strongly Encourages Businesses to Close on June 1 at 1 p.m. Due to Risk of Looting

"The city of Kirkland put out a notice today and encourage businesses to close at one PM and secure their buildings and and valuables and that came after authorities say that they received a tip through social media that rights to take that place this evening in downtown Kirkland here's a city spokeswoman Kellie Stickney we have received information that there could potentially be a protest downtown in Kirkland today does well as this other associated criminal activity that seems to be seizing on the opportunity of these protests like many CD is city leadership's Stickney claims that Kirkland's police department supports peaceful protests our hearts go out to the family of George Wade we condemn the acts that occurred in order absolutely supportive of people using their freedom of speech but we also need to get her the criminal acts including that's occurred in several other cities have now imposed curfews for the public the running list so far Bellevue that starts at this started at five and lasts until five AM tomorrow all burn starts at nine PM that's to five A. M. it's a clause curfew is about forty five minutes from now to six AM and Lin wood is five PM already going until five

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Seattle: 12 quarantined Kirkland firefighters showing 'flu-like' symptoms

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Seattle: 12 quarantined Kirkland firefighters showing 'flu-like' symptoms

"There have now been a total of at least nine deaths due to the corona virus in Washington state eight have come from king county one Snohomish county a majority of those deaths are connected to life care center of Kirkland nursing home that has become ground zero for the outbreak in the U. S. the state health department now says there have been a total of twenty seven confirmed cases of covert nineteen including those nine deaths more than two hundred additional people remain under observation researchers at Fred Hutch and the university of Washington say there's evidence the virus may have been circulating in the state for up to six weeks undetected if true that could mean there are hundreds of undiagnosed cases in the area and we are getting word this afternoon that a dozen first responders who answered the call to help patients at that life center in Kirkland appear now to be sick call most Charlie harder with the story BladeCenter is where most of the corona virus victims who died were staying city of Kirkland spokesperson Kellie Stickney tales como thirty firefighters and police officers responded to approximately ten calls to that nursing home in the two weeks leading to the first coronavirus confirmation we currently have a twenty six firefighters that are in quarantine and three police officers be of twelve first responders that are currently showing symptoms none of them have required hospitalization Stickney says there are around a hundred firefighters in Kirkland meaning a quarter of the entire department is under quarantine right

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4 dead, unknown suspects at large after 10 people shot at California football watch party

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

4 dead, unknown suspects at large after 10 people shot at California football watch party

"Police are still searching today for total gun man they say killed four people and wounded six others at a football watch party in Fresno Sunday night officials say they think they're shooting targeted members of the city is among community KCRW's Kelly wells has details Fresno police called it a targeted act of violence against among community the two suspects entered the backyard through an unlocked gate and shot ten people before fleeing all four people killed were Fresno residents one of them was twenty three year old ji Li a well known singer in the monk community who has racked up millions of views on YouTube now the city is creating a task force to handle the increased violence against Fresno southeast Asian residents in the uptake in violent gang activity there witnesses say it was too dark to see the suspects behind the flashes of light from the firing gun both shooters are still at large KCRW's Kellie

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