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Fresh update on "kemp" discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

00:52 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kemp" discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Opportunity for small business in atlanta to at least chip into the estimated one hundred million dollar loss suffered by the moving of the all star game. Byu the math or you can pretty much make it back if you do it right. The all star game was moved as a form of punishment so that the moving so that moving forward other states would think twice about making laws to left opposes. And now every i in baseball will be trained on the very state. The left sought to punish georgia governor. Brian kemp found the humor. Taking a jab at stacey. Abrams following the braves victory. He said while stacey abrams and the mlb stole the all star game from hardworking georgians the braves earned their trip to the world series this season and are bringing it home to georgia chop on and go braves in a twist that makes the situation keel over with laughter. Oh sorry with keel over with laughter. Funny a team from the state of texas he'll be representing the american league houston astros two years removed from the biggest cheating scandals. Since the chicago blackhawks will host. The i i forgot. They were called the black socks. My goodness well that was weird will host the first two games of the world series in a state that is currently committing the ultimate sin to the left saving babies. Life has a funny way of coming back around. The left injected themselves where they didn't belong in sports by putting pressure on companies to punish the city of atlanta and the state of georgia. Because they didn't like bill. Were bill put forth by republican governor and now six months later all eyes will be on the state of texas and georgia as major league. Baseball crowns or twenty. Twenty one world series champion. If you listen closely you can hear the left screaming in anguish again. We need to find something. My trustee producer. Something like an anti gulag because that is just absolutely remarkable in any case. Good news you know. has there been. Has there ever been anything can you. I mean you know. I'm thirty three years old. I think our fearless leader is like thirty seven or thirty. I think my church is a couple years older than me. Any of my listeners that are listening. That was redundant my listeners. That are listening. While if you're listening to your defacto listen anyway. Anyone listening.

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

03:08 min | 5 d ago

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"Can you can totally stay on that side. If you come with me. We're going to use fire. We're gonna use it to cook food. We're gonna use it to keep warm. We're gonna do everything we can to be safe. And for the first time in history he created his own following. He drew his line in the sand. And now some people are going his direction. They believe in what he's doing and they actually left their original cave chief. And that's what you've got to be doing when you create your thought leadership platform you've got to be passionate about your spin that you have on things you've got to draw a line in the sand and you have to be okay to say on that side of the line. This is how things are on this side of the line. This is how things are who wants to join me. And you've got to be comfortable in okay. The half those people are going to stay with the original cheese but the other half are going to be your true followers. Your true fans that story because make sense. Because i'm saying this way in life we're gonna have two types of people seasonal people and lifelong people. Seasonal people are going to be with us for a mere season in a mere chapter inland. That chapter comes to a close. They're no longer going to be a part of our tribe because we either poured into them what they needed to get to their next chapter or they poured into us what we needed. Get tired of chapter life on people are going to be the people. Who are you when you're at the bottom in the people who are with you at the top they see you know different than where you started or where you ended or your arrival as temporarily so don't ever confuse those two types of people seasonal people with lifelong people and whenever you draw that line in the sand that adam mentioned it is to set yourself some boundaries because it's so important that we have boundaries and we understand what our vision is we get laser clear. Focus on our avatar in as you begin to grow in your thought leadership whether it's blogging your author journey podcasting or etc gir- avatar will change over time as you begin to staff and get clear on your ultimate end goals. So don't just be afraid of this writing something down and mariah. You're all although I was working on my avatars. Admit the other days. So when i'm writing down to my ideal sign is as i started to really think on it and reflect than i began to get more clear on what i wanted my avatar to look at that way. I'm not spending priceless. Time and energy seeking out people weren't conducive to where i'm trying to though Lot of lot of good feedback there for sure moving so so so just putting putting this out there before move on thought. Leadership is critically important..

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

04:47 min | 6 d ago

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"That's that behind is not right. If we want to change this we have to make some drastic change and to our executive director of manufacturing's credit. He actually said you're absolutely right. I'm drawing a line. This ended today. What do we have to. We work together and we did everything from. We've retrained elliott his not just leadership but people in behavior and trying to get them to understand even little things like body language. That the importance of a small that early to your brain and it releases oxytocin to someone else's brian windfall because ice mall back depowered handshake and the importance. I hello to people at work. In some of these really bicyc- human relation elements that we trying. They're paid up people in at that point in time. We i put. I ask all of our latest foot block thirty minutes diana calendar and that was a mandatory thing that had to do and not to talk about work. It was purely to just spend thirty minutes. Die talking to your team's just that's just on the fiber in their wives name football team. I like i like that. Because then you're putting the personal touch to it where it's not just about work work work but you're actually getting to know the individuals that were with you and building a war with them where they see you as a human being. They also see you as empathetic having compassionate in actually used to chip off pieces of the iceberg because no longer made that employees thinking. I'm just at number two the corporation. But they may feel valued. They may feel like part of the team and family. And i've been in work situations where i felt like i really derived in a space where it felt like we were family because you spend the majority of your day at work so if you don't like what you're doing a you don't like the people that you are surrounded with for most of your day. You're not going to have optimal outcome. But if you really start to connect with the people that you're working with and not just on a deep personal level but you connect with them enough to see what your common interests are in how you guys share that. Then you're definitely going to push the needle woolwich than if you did not connect with that individual. Ed you just have this robotic process look at psychiatry and to give you an example. Google did a huge project trauma cat team secrets and that was cool project aristotle and they did all this research around the world with all the latest and the number one carla to attain success was psychological safety and once you've got psychological safety. Think about it if he thirteen willing to be transparent and and saif enough to to share things and they drained and their recreation and how line with values and and i'm getting deep here how they along with the companies and their own venues older sodden is not just work. It's action where it's like. The light bulb moment. I found my create going if we can bring people on this journey. Guess what they can have passion in their job and even if they are a cleaner a pyro person or later they're going to bring their best so if it was like a light bulb ongoing y on people doing this. Why are we so strict on processing systems. Don't get me wrong. They have to be that we forget about people. And if we can inspire people in grinding jason and let them dream about what they want from the kara but future oh we had we had a lady at a manufacturing facility. He was actually an accountant. Actually sorry he he really wanted to get into manufacturing but he was encounter going good natured. So we had how sessions and we talked and realized that he had dreamed do manufacturing and do this. We went you know what. Let's might that dream happen. And we gave him an opportunity. It was a test run to go and work is a supervisor manufacturing facility and guess what he loved it and he crushed. We gave him some coaching good. But that didn't stand a whole heap of other people going. Wow you listen to my dreams and whilst of mine on ways align and we've got to work through that it it was a game changer and then jamie. I love all the stories that you're sharing because they definitely connect dots may make it real whenever you think the bow people-focused leadership

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

04:34 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"So the only way to do more consulting is to bring on more people but how do you find the people with the talents that you have or a special talents that your customers need. That is tough. And it's even tougher now in the age of the great resignation because most of the most talented people that could be working for you as consultants will. They're off working for themselves as consultants so consulting businesses really hard small restaurant really hard you a lot of different businesses you run. They're more lifestyle businesses. They can feed you and your family they can do. You could do pretty well. You could make six seven figures in these companies but for a company to be venture fundable. You literally have to be the type of company. That's going to become a unicorn. A billion dollar company and you need to get there quickly not linear growth but exponential growth and into whenever you think about the businesses that you started and then that you got venture capital. What did you have to have the place. Before you acquired that venture capital and then another question to that at st is whenever you went out to seek venture capital. Did you have a coach or mentor. That guided you along or did you do it all yourself. I wish i had a coach. When i started with my first venture funded company. It was brutal so we started the company and we had this of our first vision. We had this massively multi player online gaming engine and we thought were going to sell this to game developers and we went out there. We found out the game. Developers work at a pay us anything. It was in the early days many years ago and they it was too early. The game developers weren't ready for it. They didn't care to have multi player games. They didn't see the value in the few who saw the value. Wanted to give us very little money. So we pivoted again. We did this plug in to websites that enabled game and chat at the same time. This was when the first browser plug ins ever developed. We won the south by south west competition. We had hundreds of websites using our product yet. We had no way to make money. It was the early days of the internet internet. Hafer -tising wasn't here yet. We actually plugged internet ads into our application and we cut like not even enough money to buy pizza so we were desperate. So we're running out of time. We're running out of money bootstrapping. This we.

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

04:46 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"Aaron special talent is finding the rembrandt in the attic. That hit that hidden or overlook asset that can be leveraged for maximum value. Y'all she is a woman on the mission and today we are going to discuss. Wealth in the hands of women can change the world who run the world's a thank you for having me this gonna be so much fun. I can tell already so. Aaron we. Now that money makes the world go round but having generational wealth is more important than just having money because when you have money you don't know the relationships with many it comes and it goes so whenever you think about your area of specialization. Focus on wealth in the hands of women can change the world. And then before you get into that. Tell us a little bit. More about who. Aaron is because a bio is justified. Anyone can put together by on. Read a bio sure. I'll start with a little bit of my background. So as you mentioned I am a lawyer and consultant. And i have been doing this for really launch times. Little shocking to me liked about it but Yeah i've been blessed with having a really interesting career or gang in a variety of industries but the commonality among all of them have been You know their primary business was something in the ip feel whether it was film or research or data or publishing and so over the years. I have developed this expertise in working with commercial transactions that involve intellectual property. And so you know. I spent a career working with very large businesses and helping big businesses get bigger and came to a point in my life from mike. Okay you know. What else can i do. I have the the causes that support either with my donations with my time. And how can. I do war by using my my legal expertise to help. Businesses are doing things at more. That do that. Support the issues that i also support and i really struggled with and i didn't know how to use my big company expertise to work with kind.

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

05:58 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"Now, my journey hasn't always been easy because again with so much pain, there's it's like an onion peeling off a new layer and something may trigger, you know, and I guess something else that God has to heal me up, but I hold onto his hand because I know that I am going to have complete healing as long as I keep going back to him. And that's beautiful. And while y'all, if that's not confirmation, because I had no idea tyrol was working on a nonprofit. But whenever I heard her story and I saw the stuff that she was doing behind the scenes, her and I never even talked about nonprofit. And that just lets you know that sometimes you just have to open your mouth to ask questions or plant those seeds because some people come into our life for seasons and chapters, other people come into our life for a lifelong journey. But don't confuse seasonal and temporary people for lifelong people. And remember, who are you connected with? Because I want to be connected with roof terror. Y'all. And move tears or the group of people who they had a friend that was paralyzed. They were trying to get their friend to Jesus. But the house was pat y'all. It was like a house party on steroids. So they could not go through the door. So what they said was like, all right, we could get a ladder or we could climb upon the roof, cut a hole in the roof and lower our front end because that's how bad they knew the purpose and the potential that their friend Carrie. And once they did that, they lowered their friend and their friend got healed. But they went through extreme measures to get their friends healed. Even though they were going through their own struggles and their own journeys and because of their faith in their friend, God healed them too. So are you a roof here and are you surrounded with roof tears? Because in this season of my life, an entire life, we don't just take things lightly. We want to be connected to the source, which is God. We also want to be connected to the right people in the seasons and the chapter of our lives that we are unfolded because we don't have time to shake and bake like Ricky Barbie. We want to make it into the promised land. We want to accomplish our dreams, our goals and our business. And we just don't want them to be dreams. We want those dreams to turn into reality. And you heard it from Tyra Jones with she has three books out y'all. And they are amazing at each book. She opens up more and more about her story because by her sharing her story, she's in Paris. Another young girl, another woman, or somebody else who is in the vein of a situation that they don't see a way out, but she's telling them there is a way out. There is hope. There is grace. There is mercy. You don't have to stay stuck. You need to get unstuck because there's purpose to you. You're beautiful. She's giving them their crown. She's talking about beauty to ashes. She's talking about pain to purpose. She's talking about empowerment. She's talking about finding out who you are. And now, I want.

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

05:40 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"And that is so important that you said that you knew of God, but you didn't have a relationship with God. And one thing I heard you say as you were speaking was you were already damaged. So when you saw him, you gravitated to him because you thought he was going to be your saving grace. So you were trying to seek validation in him versus seeking validation and going up vertically. And when I say go up vertically, go up to our heavily father and make because you are already dealing with complexities at home. Then you put school in there. Then you put you being taken advantage of at such a young age from 5 to 14 you mentioned, right? That's hard for any child to endure. And when you are so young, sometimes it's hard to really express yourself to your parents, especially if they're dealing with their own baggage and bondages. They're not going to understand how you feel. So you need you needed somebody to love you. And though people that you thought could really love you was not there, you know, mentally physically and emotionally in a sense because they are dealing with their own struggles. So then now you're just going through life and going through the emotions and you want a way out, but your way out was by seeking somebody else versus getting a whole and rebuilding the damages inside of you. Right. Right. So when did you really start to put in the work? From your adolescent to your adulthood, talk about that and then we're going to go from your abusive marriage to your conducive marriage. Now, if that makes sense. I think all along the way, I realized that I needed to get out. I wanted to get out. I just did not know how. Back when we were originally married because the abuse started in high school, we got married. I did confide in a few people because we both joined the army. And so the mentality of the army is so it's so harsh sometimes that they don't want to hear you're being abused because that's that disrupts the mission. And so there were times then that I confided in his unit mine, but it went on deaf ears. And so I felt like because I was away from home, I grew up in Florida, but we went to North Carolina. So I was surrounded by no one that I knew. So there was really no help when you're military units are not hearing you. So it wasn't until we actually got I exited during my third pregnancy and we were brought back home because he was getting stationed somewhere else without us. That was my first opportunity for freedom because we were without him for a year. And at that point, I felt like I didn't know who I was anymore. The dreams that I had, I was always an excellent student. And so I had scholarships after school, but that wasn't his dream for me. So I gave up those things and followed him, which anybody who knew me in the military would say I didn't belong there. But I went because.

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

05:50 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"Welcome back to gems with genesis Amara's Kemp with me today is Tyra Jones. And here's a bit about Tyra. Tyra D Jones is a wife, mother of 8 and a foster mom to two boys. She is a three times Amazon bestselling author, a certified life purpose coach and motivational speaker, she has dedicated her life to helping other women heal from past abuse and live a victorious life. She does so by sharing her personal journey of surviving an abusive marriage and homelessness to living the life of victory in that you heard me God. It is her desire to encourage support and motivate women in same in the same struggles by empowering them to be the best versions of themselves. Some books written by tower include her memoirs, a crown of beauty for ashes, pain to purpose, escaping the fire to get to freedom and a 31 day companion devotional for a crown of beauty for ashes. She has also co authored two anthologies broken chains and so to soul. And without further ado, welcome, tyro D Jones, we're talking about pain to purpose y'all. Yes. Hey, hey, everybody. Hey, genesis. Hey, thank you so much, Tyra, just reading your bio. That is just a condensed version of who you are, so start off by telling the listeners a little bit more insight because we all know that a bio is just a bio. And then we're going to really dive into from pain to purpose because that is so impactful because we've all endured some type of pain in our life, but it's that pain that produces the purpose. And as really figure it out, who we are, why we were created and et cetera. Whenever someone asked me to describe who I am the first thought that always comes to my mind, I have to give God glory because I am his child..

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

01:59 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"And just giving us a little more insight to the healthcare whistleblower that your devs. And I want you to wind down by telling the listeners and viewers who you are, how they could connect with you on social media and leave us with one to two gems. And remember the mission behind gems is to educate motivate and inspire well, thank you, genesis. I'm at Robert yoho author dot com. And you can pick up half of my books and half of the audio there. No charge. This is not a money making operation for me. And the gym I want to leave you with is just because I'm negative doesn't mean there aren't miracles in healthcare. I mean, there are miracles every single day. And I don't want you to go away with us from this session with the idea that no doctor can be trusted and all healthcare is bad. I have examples in my book of wonderful surgeons and other healthcare providers who do miracles daily. So that's my that's my message. And there you have it. Listeners and viewers of gems with genesis, a Mars Kemp. You just heard doctor Robert yoho, AKA the healthcare whistleblower. And he debunks some things on today's show. He will definitely be back for a part two, so we could get deeper into this discussion. And we could really understand what is bioidentical hormones. Why does he feel the way he does and what really led him up to his amount of success that he sees today, but stay tuned for part two. And until we chat next time. Peace love and lots of blessings. Remember, knowledge is power, learning is equal to you growing and a wisdom is key. So never forget those things and remember that you were created for a purpose you are here for a purpose. So don't allow your light to dim because others can't stand to be illuminated..

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

03:27 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"Read it i think oh my heart aches for this poor person who feels so miserable but it doesn't feel like it's me because that is not who i am anymore and i'm so glad that you are no longer in that state. I'm so glad that you are soaring. Wikileaks eve or. I'm glad that you put in the works to have self care self awareness self accusation and love who linda is so you could be a blessing to others. I'm so glad that you put the book out on the market because your book is touching lies because you made imprint to drive the impact to now be a world changer because some mighty is going to have hope by reading your story because you were bold courageous in resilient enough to write while you were going through your own trials and tribulations and by golly gee that test is now a testimony that you talk about and i want you to leave us with one to jams and then close us out with who you are how the listeners viewers could connect with you on social media and then i'll wrap us up exxon k. A couple gems one. I invite you to be the kind of person who is kind to yourself. And i invite people everywhere to join with me in making the world a better place by working on the only person that you truly have the power to change and that is yourself and my name is linda. Bjork you can reach me at For the hope for healing website is hope for healing foundation to work. i am also podcast host. That's linda's corner dot com and you can find me on social media at corner in there you have it listeners viewers of jams with genesis. Amar's campus. You just had the pleasure of hearing. Linda bjork and she shared urge journey and we talked about from broken two beautiful. She walked us through her journey. I wanted a courage you that you are a masterpiece that the potter's wheel still works. You may be broken but that doesn't mean you can't be put back together. I want you to know that you were here for a purpose in purposes inside of you just because you fall get back up because the finish line is up a head. I need you to win. I am rooting for you. Because when you win you're able to pass your baton to somebody else. So they continue along their journey remember. Were not in this world by ourself. Were in this world together. United we stand in divided. We fall and make sure us subscribed on the audio platform. You're listening to subscribe to our youtube channel gems with genesis. Amar's can't share this segment with somebody. 'cause you never know how it will bless another person but because cared they're able to live in have hope so until chat next time peace love and lots of blessings..

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

05:44 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"Welcome back to genesis. Zamora's camp with me today is linda. York and linda is an amazing woman that is doing a lot of things on the forefront as low as behind the scenes. But here's a little bit more about her. She is a bestselling author founder of hope for healing nonprofit pitch and the host of linda's corner. Podcast some of her books include crushed a journey through depression in amazon bestseller. You got this. An action plan to calm. Fear anxiety worry and stress. Linda's personal mission is to empower people to become their best cells in today. Linden i will be talking about from broken two beautiful and without further ado. Welcome linda bjork. Oh thank you. I'm so excited to be here genesis and to be talking with you about awesome things. I can't wait to share my story. Thank you linda. I'm super excited to learn more about who you are and your journey so i wanna talk about your childhood and the reason why i wanna go all the way back to your childhood because when we our children a foundation gets late but then whenever we begin to row immature that foundation begun begins to be shifted. Just like if we live in if you live in a house or apartment condo whatever whenever you know the weather changes in the seasons change the house you know expand in it also kind contracts and sometimes you see cracks in the walls etc so let's start off with your childhood journey and we've that into your adult that way. We know a little bit more about who is awesome. Okay so we're gonna start from childhood and ms slip alleyen hair into from broken beautiful so my childhood was wonderful and less than wonderful as childhood often is i was born into a wonderful family with great parents and then when i was six years old there was a distinct change. My mother changed. She shut me out completely and had nothing to do with me. And i thought as a child and i didn't understand what was going on. I thought what did i do wrong..

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Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | Last week

Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

"25 of the 26 cities and counties that receive the $1 million from Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life were one by Biden in 2020. The ten largest center for technology civic life grants in Georgia are the following Fulton Cobb gwinnett da cab. Clayton Douglas Cherokee won by Trump, Henry N muskeg. By mispronouncing of them, I'm sorry. I don't live in Georgia. The 9 out of ten of the biggest counties received massive money from Zuckerberg in fact Fulton county and Cobb county and gwinnett county received a combined $15 million. From the Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life for the actual administration of election. I know a lot of you are saying how on earth is this possibly legal, while the attorney general of Georgia didn't think to do anything about this? The Secretary of State Brad raffensperger was perfectly fine with this. Governor Brian Kemp signed a consent degree of Stacey Abrams that allowed the downfall of Georgia to occur. The federalists continues by saying the center for technology and civic life demanded the promotion of universal mail in voting through suspending election laws, extending deadlines that favored mail in over in person voting. I just want to reemphasize this. You have a private company or corporation or nonprofit funded with $420 million that comes in and demands the suspension of the law. Where the state legislatures this was in my opinion, one of the sneakiest, Treacher at most treacherous and deceitful actions but honestly, the state legislatures in Georgia, they did not meet in the summer of 2020 best of my knowledge about election integrity at all. The summer leading up to the election they should had a special session in July, they should have said hold on a second, we need to have a pregame meeting here. We gotta have a huddle. And this goes to show how weak incompetent and spineless the Republican Party is.

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

04:27 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"One of the best second. You can't take that away from me now so It's just been a blessed. Because i'm i'm been able to Inspire people and for people to know that I still have i'm human. I still have some days that I get up and i'm like oh my gracious Here's a five year old. No lord gimme stroke. You know one of those things. But i also know that i have accepted my journey and i have embraced that if i get that overwhelmed their resources i have a support system. My my media family. My children are just the best. And then i have my therapist on speed. Dial so if i like. I told her i might be the black elizabeth taylor but the next time i get married she'll be on speedo. Let her know from beginning. I look this is what i'm about to do just to make sure that I'm you know. Have every- bank sorta lined up to know that. I had that support and i have that play in my life. That is free to vent and like you were saying that That now boys. That was so shut down at. I was feeling like Solid cry solid. You have to choose to not that type of life and like i was telling many women once it starts with you like i was able to experience the ui councilman at one time. And i remember saying this. Little motto helped me help you but in your own life you have to make that choice and i was always determined not to be bitter but better. I was always determined not to love and not to space. I was always determined not to lose hoping i was definitely determined. That's why i was laughing at you when you were saying about statistics and being defied i was determined as a little girl that i was not want to be different that nothing. No no nothing on paper was going to find who i was unless that's who i wanted to be. I was determined with that because the knicks in the paper. And i put that in..

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

05:32 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"This same show. We talked about what to do when challenges come in your life. And i recommend anyone go listened to that episode title. What to do what you do when challenges com or something like that. I don't know but it was really really kinda spoke to me. Because that's how i felt. I was in a challenging area but instead of letting it beat me down. I started just stepping up in finding the gaps and filling things in and fast forward. Let's just say ten years. I went from being that part time clerk to being a directorate. The company so i passed manager then was director eventually over the next five years last year. Was there went to senior director. But in that was the next level up with ceo so there's no vp level in that organization. And but that only happened. Because along the way i was willing to do the hard work to fill in the gaps to be a little bit entrepreneur even though was in a corporate environment and that really serve me well and still serves me well today. And that's amazing because sometimes like we do like jobs aren't really conducive for people on the outside looking in they're like why would you do that. You have this education you have this degree or whatnot but you have to humble yourself in order to see the bigger picture and then instead of always talking about the problems talk about the solutions that can aid those problems. And that is what i heard you. Did you found your coe. Which is your center of excellence and that centralized place for all the boxes to come so you are working smarter not necessarily harder. Dan you talk about okay distracting Full so. I don't wanna keep dumping out this trash. Let me just put a bigger trash. Can that go hold more. And then you're also that aids your productivity that also a deficiency and then you're also finding a solution to that problem of the trash can always being full. Then you go from you know just being a receiving Going through management from management to be a director than a senior director. So it also shows that there's different levels in stages that we go through in life just like seasons in chapter in every season that we go through is not gonna be the same every chapter is not going to be the same but what did you learn from the season that you were in. What did you learn from the chapter that you were in hacked argue able to take those messages messes in. Turn them into messages. Are you able to flip the script on rejection. Are you able to flip the script on. No because sometimes no has a negative connotation but other people have slipped it in see as new opportunity or new opening so in life. We have to ask ourselves. Are we looking at things with a glass half full or a glass half empty and even though we're in this predicament. Now we're not always going to either. Yes we're gonna wallow it for a minute. We may have a pity party. But you can't stay in that pity party or etc so when you hit that level of being a senior director what pushed you to say. You know what i need to get outside of this box or i need step outside of my comfort zone because there is more inside of me that i need to tap edge to end if i stay here. I'm not going to tap into as quick as i want or tell me your experience. Maybe i'm saying it in a different way. That was not exactly your methodology or your exit strategy judges. You're pretty close Real quick filling in that gap. Like i shared storm with receiving clerk in working through management than director and senior director. That wasn't all like just a linear path wasn't straight first off. It's like taking the elevator..

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

05:41 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"Conversation with your husband explain it from your point of view and told him it's gonna take time you offered him okay it it's going to It may take this amount of time or not. I'm not really sure since the natural way. But here's your weight out. How did that change the trajectory of his thinking and then from that conversation. How long was it before you conceived your baby boy and then just close us out to the success of getting pregnant having your baby boy and then any final thoughts for sure so i now that it's coming back to me. I think it was in two two years two and a half years into treatments. We were having this conversation. It wasn't a year in it was two and a half years in and you know it was hard on that. It was really hard that time because it was like in october november. Oh my gosh. It was literally like last year and We had this conversation. And i'm smiling because the outcome after that was just crazy so to like literally last year having this coverage these just sitting down a lot i feel like also to Depending on the type of man. And i hate to say this way. They don't understand that like the there's women nowadays in this generation. Who wanted you more than one thing like. He thought i would just stick to one job and just stick with that one job no. I'm not that person. If i'm trying to excel and exceed in different ways then f. I know it can be financially independent even more than a minute finals other things. So i'm that person and i feel like it's hard for a lot of men to have that woman who's kind of trying to get themselves up there and then they're afraid when they're up to par. Sometimes i feel like they feel pressured that they need to do more for themselves as well. And there's nothing wrong with a woman trying to do more than ten banks and i feel like women's should just do what they want how they wanted to as well..

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

05:04 min | Last week

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"Then it gives you the courage to keep going but also you still suffer through the other part of yourself which is being shy would talk to strangers like even if i was in line at a coffee shop in you know someone behind me wants to have a conversation or in front of me. Trust me i would not give much conversation. I wasn't that social butterfly and it really bothered me because you always have this fear even through your work you always have this fear of failing because of your learning disability and you work differently you work a lot slower even though it can be a fast piece of armament like in retail. I excelled so well. I was in for eighteen years. I also well. I did different positions. I even took on management roles. I excelled in it because it's not. It's not like me writing a something or creating assistance. You know it's different. It's retail it's hands on but now in this industry that i am in construction. Yes it's fast paced but it's a little bit different but i've gone to pick up different types of resources and my team has helped me so much. Get to where. I need to be and i'm excited to what's next in the coming future. So when you're suffering through that it really puts a damper on you and you really wanna make that improvement. So with the podcast. I said okay if this is gonna be the hobby. That's gonna help me to love myself because we had to go into with the with the thing of loving yourself and being happy with yourself and finding happiness within yourself that was recommended by the natural path. Okay so what do i do next. So is this the hobby that i'm gonna take on this the hobby that i am going to to do so once i gathered on my little information i started recording. I put my first episode out. I said okay. Let's let i got so addicted. I got so adjusted. I i did my first episode is. I'm going to do once a week. Us once a week and then i will try to see how that goes and then i just i. I don't know. I just. I was on this runner's high and i remember that runner's high that you just wanna keep recording. It's probably the same thing with you. Where when you sir your partners you're like oh my god. That was fantastic. Let me just going going. Keep going so. I felt like there was a new change me. I had to like really just keep going. I had to just you know. Take this hobby. How do i put it in my schedule. I started learning more about podcasting It was just like oh my gosh like this change. My my life changed my world. And i was just like. Oh my gosh.

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

04:13 min | 2 weeks ago

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"Because i have seen that happen firsthand and it is not a pretty sight. Yeah absolutely and yet people will go on television and on ever you know and talk about how you know these immigrants to go in my job. And it's like no they didn't they. Don't have the power to do that. You know the the folks who can who actually created the organization and have the resources in the money and everything else. They're the ones that sent your job overseas under. Do with these people coming in you know. And so it's it's the speaking truth to people and you know some will hear it and some won't because they're just not ready to hear him because they have on their belief system and something faulty and to say something different would mean that they will wrong and people don't like to be wrong and so they they would rather hang onto something to a belief system that doesn't serve because as long as you're believing that those people took your job away. You're not working on what you should be working on. You know seeing what you can negotiate with these organizations so that you can maintain your job here not looking at you know the immigrants that are just coming in because they don't have any power but these people have power so those are the ones you need to go after negotiate with and talk to about how to get your jobs back right Which i doubt that they're going to bring back to this side of the world because it's expensive to live here and it would be higher wages and everything else. Let the bit kid. But they're not very likely to do that and it's really sad because if you think about the way that society is going right now milagros. The cost of living is going up the costs across the board from what we what some people pay in rental car weather there. I just heard from a friend of mine who are best. Her one of her best friends rent just went up five hundred dollars for some family. It is a huge amount because you think about the apartment. Some people are living in apartments. Because they're not in a position right now where they financially own a home and then you think about the cost of groceries have win apps gas prices in so many other factors have went up but yet people salary are not increasing to match the standard of living. So then you guys look at some people in you know specific thing like oh they're lazy they wanna live off the government. They wanna live off of welfare wall. Sometimes some people just need a little help until they build themselves up in establish themselves in. It's not necessarily that. Everyone within a certain racial group is trying to live off the government. There are some people who are middle class who they make too much to qualify for government assistant and they make to less to afford certain things that they need so that is also a problem as well so now here. We are in this predicament. Racial conditioning systemic racism. All of these things that are just compounding upon one another. But what can we do to open the eyes of those who sit at the tables and make these decisions and not even think about apps the outcomes of other people who are non african americans or non blacks because it does affect other racial groups Effects hispanics Asians it affects so many other people that are classified as minorities but you feel like the targeted. Only maybe african americans or hispanics when in actuality. It's all those who are not white people. Yeah i must basically had so the first thing is that you can't make other people anything you know..

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"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

04:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"kemp" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"With genesis. Amar's camp with me today. Is daniel ghana. his businesses. Call a dream. But dan and today we're talking about out the me abundance but before we jump into that. Here's a bit about dan. So daniel magana is in international speaker bestselling author broadcaster. In coach. He is best known for his highly successful to millions program being the author of stepping beyond intention in his. Do it with. Dan am beyond success. Podcasts he is completely self made in has spent decades perfecting his world class coaching methodology. His mission statement to spearhead evolutionary uplift in universal consciousness by awakening people to the importance of their unique role in enabling them to manifest their dreamed life. And if that doesn't tell you.

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As COVID-19 crush eases, Kemp urges more to seek vaccines

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 weeks ago

As COVID-19 crush eases, Kemp urges more to seek vaccines

"The nation's governors are still grappling with the spread of the delta variant and handing out varying messages on Kobe it nineteen vaccinations the Republican governor of Georgia Bryan campus says he opposes a federal push that mandates vaccines for workers but he is urging residents of his state to get a covert shot camp says yes new cases are down but he's concerned about a fifth surge coming this winter in Connecticut democratic governor Ned Lamont has put the National Guard on standby to serve as replacements for thousands of state workers if they don't meet Monday's deadline for mandatory cope with vaccinations Tennessee's Republican governor bill leak is extending his order that allows parents to opt their kids out of school mask mandates while the Arkansas Supreme Court is blocking that state from imposing that type of band I'm Jackie Quinn

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"kemp" Discussed on A's Plus

A's Plus

06:47 min | Last month

"kemp" Discussed on A's Plus

"Kemp utility man was just named as nominee for the prestigious roberto clemente award. And he's been a consistent contributor for oakland all season. He joins us to talk about his ongoing effort to this plus one affect initiative which he started last year to spark civil discourse about race and the players alliance as well as the playoff. Push that more now on plus tony. Thanks a lot for For joining us. In first of all. I mean Congratulations on the the nomination for the clemente award. Which is obviously very prestigious award. Fam i'll be Second year in a row that you have been the as nominee what what does that. What does that mean to you. Was that signify to you. Yeah i mean. I was talking about earlier. And you know i feel like in my career and Dating back since college. You know there's been a lot of accolades and a lot of awards and the roberto clemente award is number one for me. You know just kind of shows you like what you do to give back to community and Encompasses so many things and yeah just very blessed very humble just to be on the same sentences. Roberto clemente means a lot. Covers a lot of ground both with the onfield performance and then also just the Efforts put an off the field. we've britain in the past. You've you've talked about the work that you do with the plus one effect which she started Would you kind of just kind of tell us where that is right now. What you guys are doing with Through the plus. What effect at this point. Yeah so it's just about having a conversation about race With someone who wants to learn and better themselves about the about the topic and Like i said the plus one is exceeded all expectations. That i've even you know once it started to being. I knew it was a big deal. Once i Did my interview with the new york. Times and then Manage just it's still ongoing. You know people are still asking questions in my dm's about race to this day and know. I think it's it's good to keep the conversation going. I didn't i didn't want it to be a hot topic because it's it's more than that so it's still it's still continuous. It still in a work of progress of you. Know everybody trying to better themselves to take a step out of their shoes and see if they could live in someone else's shoes and see how they feel and The plus one affects all about having conversations with someone else in in a positive way to where you could spread awareness and spread positively through You know other people and how they feel about ray so it's been good. What would you say What you're working so with that. Obviously you're you're sort of balancing this right now between doing that and and the responsibilities that That go into you know playing baseball season But is there an end goal for for that That project yeah i i. I hope that there's not a single because then that means the work done Yeah i think it's just going to be one of those things that is just continuous I don't see england. I see it as a. I think it's going to be one of those things. That were in the customized cleats. That i have it. It's going to be always on my cleats. Just you know you never know when someone might look it up. I get asked all the time. When i'm on deck with the plus one effect is and if It's it's usually from older crowd But i heard a couple of people. Younger crowd kind of knows that the plus one effect is and i think the coolest thing is to walk around at different stadiums and We're in detroit. There's three or four fans that had the plus one affects shirt on. I was like well. It's it's huge so The reaches the reach is huge in so You know like. I said it's exceeded all expectations. I started going to say you see the shirts quite a bit. I mean not only in oakland but yeah like him on the road For for you what has been. Maybe the I guess to this point the most rewarding part of of doing that whole thing. Well say there was a time when we were playing the giants This season and after one of the day games that we won A fan came up to me. And said i would just love to shake your hand for everything that you've done You know i. I can't believe i'm actually talking to you right now. he's like but i just want say. Thank you for everything that you done on our off. The field With all the conversations going on. And i was kinda thinking i was like man. I wonder if. I wonder how long the line would be if every person could say that to me or to my wife or did you know this initiative line i think would be pretty pretty frigging long so Yeah and the initiative. Part of that is. The shirts is fundraising. Where does the funds go to. What are you guys doing with. With the funds that are raised through the yeah so We've actually kinda switched it up. It was going to get in. Army in nashville. And then we switch. We're going to switch it to There is a positive coaching thing. That we're actually working out with san francisco right now to figure out If we're going to start having the money go to like More of a community. That's toward oakland so it's actually been donated. The proceeds have been going to a bunch of different organizations so We gotta we gotta iron a little more things out but I wish it was black and white as as it could be. But it's it's not like that you gotta figure out Who you're gonna get it through the five. Oh one c. And that goes into it. But i wouldn't change it for anything when you think through sort of some of the conversations and interactions that you've had people just through this At obviously a big reason for doing this was to kind of like you said generate a dialogue but also kind of opened other people's as have there been any talks that have sort of did i opening for you to or like expanded sort of your Horizons and stuff. Yeah i think. I think the coolest thing about the initiative is how much i've learned just like you know you can never stop learning. You know you don't know everything in the world. And i think the the one conversation that stuff with me was You know a woman was talking about. How could she help when she was a white suburban mom. Area that you know. She wasn't around many people of color and You know. I just told her. It starts with their inner circle and go from there and that that conversation kind of stuck with me. Because i learned that you know even though you're not around it you know you still can people who are making fun of it or people who are talking bad about it. You know you're gonna be the one that steps up and tell people that you might lose friends talking about it but you know what i mean like you know at least you're bettering You know yourself. And you said you're honest truth and At the end of the day. I lost couple of friends through it to and you know that's part of growing up you're not gonna you're not gonna agree with everybody so but it's been going. Well you're also involved in the players alliance which has done a lot of work To grow baseball in underserved communities and communities. Where baseball maybe isn't as popular isn't.

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Former Vice President of Afghanistan Is Building a Resistance Biden Ignores

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Former Vice President of Afghanistan Is Building a Resistance Biden Ignores

"This is Washington bullcrap. Washington Bullcrap That's what it is. The former vice president of Afghanistan. With others has formed a resistance. In northern Afghanistan. I understand people want to focus on the former president of Afghanistan is corrupt. But the vice president The former vice president who is now officially under the Constitution, the president He's not corrupt. He's a fighter. Resistance is building in northern Afghanistan, and the Biden administration won't even take their phone call. Won't even take their phone call. And yet people say the Afghans won't fight. I told you before In seven years time 50,000 of them died and they weren't all shot in the back. They died fighting. Asked Joey Jones. Yes, Dan Crenshaw. Ask Brian Mast. Ask all these Americans. As retired Colonel Richard Kemp, commander. British forces. They fought. The Afghans. They fought to the death, especially their special forces. I went under Biden, the greatest military in the face of the earth leaves under cover of dark. The bargaining Air force. Which means they'll have no backup. Pulls out the CIA Intel Pulls out the contractors, the American contractors maintaining their helicopters and so forth. Does it without even talking. To that government or military to

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Kemp HR in 8th, A’s Beat Yankees for 2nd Straight Day

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Kemp HR in 8th, A’s Beat Yankees for 2nd Straight Day

"After a thirteen game win streak the Yankees have now lost two in a row as the A. score two in the eighth to win it three to one Tony can hit the go ahead two run Homer in the eighth inning to move the is within two and a half games of the second place wild card spot occupied by the red Sox the Yankees lead the wild card by two games and are six games behind Tampa Bay in the American League east Jordan Montgomery was excellent for the Yankees giving up six hits over six scoreless innings Oakland Paul Blackburn went five innings allowed five hits but no runs Riley on Oakland

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Yankees' Win Streak Ends at 13; Montas Leads A's to 3-2 Win

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Yankees' Win Streak Ends at 13; Montas Leads A's to 3-2 Win

"The ace finally ended their six game losing streak as they beat the Yankees three to two Frankie Montas dominated New York pitching seven shutout innings giving up only two hits while striking out six to get the win Matt Chapman homered and this is Tony Kemp who delivered an RBI single this team doesn't give up we're always fighting and we're always move into tomorrow and you know we have a we have a good short term memory and I think that's the best part about this team is that we continue to move on to tomorrow and we're able to watch the bat the Yankees loss was their first in over two weeks since the field of dreams game in Iowa ending a thirteen game win streak Aaron judge with a two run Homer in the ninth Ryan Lee on Oakland

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Colonel Richard Kemp Says Jihadists, China, and Russia Are Celebrating the Afghanistan Crisis

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Colonel Richard Kemp Says Jihadists, China, and Russia Are Celebrating the Afghanistan Crisis

"You know, we're seeing what we face now is a a terrorist threat coming out of Afghanistan. That is greater than the terrorist threat before 9 11 jihadists around the world have been celebrating. The events and not least the president. Not this is a jihadist, but the president of Pakistan, Imran Khan, who himself celebrated it, he should be celebrating because Pakistan significantly funded The Taliban throughout the campaign, while at the same time being paid vast amounts of money by America and Britain. Um, but they're celebrating around the world. Hamas in Gaza are celebrating What's happening here? Um, and they will be re energize. They will have to see that their recruitment has been boosted. They will be reinvigorated and they will launched attacks around the world against our countries, as they did really when they were being inspired by the Islamic state. Al Qaeda and the Islamic state are strong in Afghanistan. At the moment, Al Qaeda fought alongside the Taliban in recent battles. They will operate freely. Just doesn't matter what the Taliban say to you. They will allow the Al Qaeda in the Islamic state to operate freely there, and they can operate more freely than they could before 9 11. Because they know there's no fear of Western intervention. Now that's finished. That's history. There's not going to happen again. They know that and so they'll be even bolder than before and jihadist from around the world will flock into Afghanistan. To train prepare and launch attacks against the West. So The state of the terrorist threat is higher than it was at the height of the Islamic state's power when they controlled large parts of Syria and of Iraq. That's just one aspect of The situation. There is no one really who is celebrating this situation more than Russia and China. They're the greatest cheerleaders for what's happened.

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Colonel Richard Kemp on Why Afghanistan Is the Biggest Foreign Policy Disaster

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Colonel Richard Kemp on Why Afghanistan Is the Biggest Foreign Policy Disaster

"I'd like to begin by saying I've served alongside. I fought alongside U. S forces in different places in the world. Have the greatest admiration and respect. For the American Armed forces and anything I might say any criticism I might make In relation to Afghanistan is not a criticism of the U. S forces. I think this what we're seeing and what we've seen in the last few days. Is It's the greatest foreign policy disaster that I have seen in my lifetime of any nature from any Western country and I would go so far as to say. This is The most disastrous foreign policy event since at least the second World War for the United States of America. It is has unbelievable strategic consequences well beyond Afghanistan itself. And I think you know, people often compare. Vietnam and Saigon in 1975 to the things they're saying on the television now. I think it is worse than that, And it's very different to that. But it did take The American Armed forces. 15 years to recover from Saigon. It took them until the Gulf War in 1991. That's the scale of the disaster they faced and 75. I think it's as I say worse. One of the reasons it's worse is because in Saigon And in Vietnam. The North Vietnamese were not Trying to attack or destroy the United States of America. They were very much focused on that country on Vietnam. And so when the U. S left it left a failed strategy have failed war in effect for a number of reasons, but it did not leave a war that it should have still been fighting.

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Georgia Mayors Slam Gov. Kemp's Order on Virus

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Georgia Mayors Slam Gov. Kemp's Order on Virus

"A plea from four Georgia mayors to Governor Brian Kemp. Today. The mayors of Athens, Atlanta, Augusta and Savannah, all Democrats sent an open letter to the governor pleading for stronger measures to slow the latest spread of coronavirus. The case is overwhelming hospitals in our state. The plea is being made after the governor signed an order barring local officials from imposing coronavirus restrictions on local

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New COVID-19 Infections on the March in South Korea

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

New COVID-19 Infections on the March in South Korea

"More of the nation states and cities are implementing virus safety rules and being taken into court St Louis county Missouri is being barred from enforcing a masked man date while a lawsuit against it is litigated a circuit court judge issued an injunction against the public health measure south Carolina's top prosecutors sued the city of Columbia over its school mask mandate which conflicts with the state budget rule the U. S. education department's warning Tennessee governor bill leak his order allowing parents to opt their children out of mass group choir mints might violate federal law and Georgia's Republican governor becomes the latest to issue an executive order forbidding cities from forcing businesses to enforce pandemic restrictions governor Brian Kemp says he's concerned about new mask wearing rules in Atlanta and Savannah well coded cases explode in Georgia I'm Jackie Quinn

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How Does Afghanistan Compare to Benghazi or Vietnam?

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 2 months ago

How Does Afghanistan Compare to Benghazi or Vietnam?

"Beirut, 83 when 241 of my fellow Marines and sailors were killed by a suicide bomber And the big thing back then, is once the dust settled. Ronald Reagan the honourable person he was Took full responsibility as he did like whatever we got in the White House today, uh, is blaming everybody but himself. So, But here's the question I got for you, sir. Is this debacle in Afghanistan? Uh, bring to mind the Benghazi fiasco a decade ago when Biden was a key player, then failed to respond in a timely manner, resulting in the death of our ambassador. Three other Americans, except now, in a much larger scale. We once again have Biden and get another and and another inept administration. You know, people, there's a lot of parallels that can be made. There is no question of people try to make them like with South Vietnam. And I talked earlier today with a friend of mine. He's been on the air. He was the commander of British forces in Afghanistan for a period of time. Retired British colonel Richard Kemp. Any as an example. People been saying this is Saigon, He said. Let me tell you the difference. He said. When we Americans left Vietnam the way we left Vietnam, which was also horrible. Took us many years to build our Reputation back. But the Communists in Vietnam weren't interested in conquering anybody. They weren't even interested in attacking the continental United States. He's a brilliant man, he said. In Afghanistan, it's different. It's totally different. The reason we were in Afghanistan is because they attacked us in the United States because they were communists or anything else. So the parallels can only go so far.

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Georgia Bars Local Governments From Enacting Mask, Vaccine Mandates

Atlanta's News & Talk with Mark Arum

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Georgia Bars Local Governments From Enacting Mask, Vaccine Mandates

"Right. Chris Governor Brian Kemp has signed a new executive order that prevents local governments from enacting ordinances that businesses would have to impose mask and vaccine mandates on an indoor capacity limits on their own customers. The vaccine, police or any other burn some restriction that will only lead to employees being let go revenue tanking and businesses closing their doors. Now businesses could still choose to follow those mandates. The cities of Atlanta and Savannah currently have mass mandates in place. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms tweeted at camp after his announcement, the gift that keeps

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Look out for Interview With British Colonel Richard Kemp This Sunday

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Look out for Interview With British Colonel Richard Kemp This Sunday

"I hope you'll watch me on Sunday on Fox at eight P.m. Eastern. If he can't watch it live, you know there's a lot of stuff going on at eight p.m. sports and so forth. I hope youll d Viard. We're going to have an incredibly powerful show focused. In Afghanistan focused on the geopolitical issues related to it. Focused on the consequences of this. We're going to have Two tremendous guests. Remember my head on the program the other day. The former Commander of British forces in Afghanistan, and so many of you were very, very impressed. He's going to be on for part of the show. First time on Fox. So I think you'll see it. And by the way, this guy is like Hollywood. Is like pick for the role and he has been sent to hotspots. By the British military, his entire military career. And he's very blunt spoken. I think those of you who did not hear him on the program on the radio and you're going to. You're gonna fall in love with him. His name is, uh Colonel retired Richard Kemp. He's very, very well known outside of, you know, we the civilians Loves the United States. And he was in battle, and he led battle in the early days. The Brunos brutal part of the battles. Again on behalf of the British. So, uh, I think that will be very interesting. And others as well. So please be prepared for Sunday. We're going to have a wonderful program. Very, very informative, Very substantive. And after I'm sure Colonel Kemp is on my program. You'll see him on all the fox programs. That's just kind of the way it works. And you know what? That's okay.

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Politico Poll Shows Support Dropped Since April to Exit Afghanistan

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Politico Poll Shows Support Dropped Since April to Exit Afghanistan

"The morning cold in salt political polls showed support dropping 20%. Since April. For what support for Afghanistan withdraw plummets. As Taliban seize control, and I bet if the American people knew we're talking about 2500 non combat forces Did you know it was 2500 Non combat forces Last week, Ladies and gentlemen. It's not said much. But when we had the former Commander for British forces in Afghanistan, Colonel Richard Kemp and four star general Our friend. Uh, former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs. Jack Keane on explaining these things to us and explaining how this collapse occurred. Sort of sets things right, Which is why I try to use this program to take our time and walk through these issues. The results reflect the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan and a rapid Taliban takeover and now amid the US withdraw from the country. And they explain what's taking place. When and let's see here. Support for withdrawal remained at a partisan divide, with 69% of Democrats, 31% of Republicans supporting it. Still, just 38% of Democrats and 14% of Republicans reported the withdrawal is going well. Yeah, You have to literally be, uh, You're not When asked whether the US should still withdraw its military presence. If this would create an opportunity for terrorist groups like Al Qaeda to establish operations in Afghanistan, photos were less supportive. Just 35% of participants said the American military should withdraw in this case,

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Retired Colonel Richard Kemp Explains if Afghanistan Has Been a 20-Year War

77WABC Radio

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Retired Colonel Richard Kemp Explains if Afghanistan Has Been a 20-Year War

"Ask you about this, Uh Your man has actually been to war been to several wars have commanded forces. I keep hearing that this is a 20 year war. Now, in the last 18 months, At least there weren't there was any single American casually with 2500 individuals on the ground. We had our air power. We had federal contractors and CIA and so forth. This is now obvious. I mean, there's a difference between a a hot war and a situation in which Basically stalemated the enemy is they're not, or am I wrong about that? You're absolutely right about that. And we've got you know, or you have got American. I worked with the Americans so much American army so much. We'd love to have it myself. America. But but you have got forces still deployed in South Korea. The war there ended in the 19 fifties, It became a frozen conflict. Um, there hasn't been any fighting involving Americans there for a long time, but they're still there. No one is saying they need to pull out now. That no one really. I do. As far as I can understand there was no really strong. Pressure in the U. S. Or in the UK to pull out from Afghanistan, particularly as casualties weren't being sustained. And particularly as it was such a small military footprint there. It was all about. I mean, I think the whole Rationale behind it was all about the midterm elections, hoping that there would be some electoral advantage in pulling out. It wasn't for any strategic reason. It wasn't for for for any military reason it was, I think, completely misguided

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Who Is the Heir Apparent of the MAGA Movement?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Who Is the Heir Apparent of the MAGA Movement?

"Now somebody asked me recently. You're who is the era parent in the maga- movement and obviously you know make sense down juniors heir-apparent then but if you look at the figures in american history i guess has the guys are bobbling up right of the history. Look lincoln look at teddy. Roosevelt look at fdr moved right and then and then you know in some ways lbj. Kennedy's stuff to say so short that lbj and reagan. There's never been really a a logical error parent if you look at all of them. There was nobody who grabbed the mantle. And that's fascinating. I'm next yeah. Each one of them was their own man very much represented their own think right and then what came after. Somebody's was was a redux to the future to the past otherwise was it was into the future but it was not. Oh i am now linking number two or teddy roosevelt number two or regular h.w. Bush one that idiot election off thousand percents Off the back of ronald reagan. Bush was not yet if it is jack kemp who who was up against h. w. for the mary she was the more logical heir-apparent totally toronto. Let's be honest. As far as i'm concerned he was a bureaucrat. There's no there's no. There's no senior bush brand you don't think bush's is not right and remember. That was a bitter primary and eighty between the tool very famous. Paid for this. Mike a so. That's very real so again. I think as we look at this time and we we are so lucky that president trump continues to be the leader of the republican party movement. In this country it is. We need to be appreciative of having this larger-than-life leader in our historic moment

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Kemp's sacrifice fly lifts A's over Red Sox 7-6 in 12

WBZ Morning News

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Kemp's sacrifice fly lifts A's over Red Sox 7-6 in 12

"NewsRadio in Oakland. The Red Sox take a 64 lead in the 12th on R B singles by Marwin Gonzalez and Kiki Hernandez. With the AIDS rally with three in the bottom of the inning to win 76 Tony Kemp. It's will walk off sacrifice fly off Matt Andrews. The Red Sox winning streak ends at eight, but there remained 4.5 games ahead of the

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DOJ Suing Georgia Over Election Law It Says Restricts Black Voters' Access

Pat Walsh

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

DOJ Suing Georgia Over Election Law It Says Restricts Black Voters' Access

"Department suing Georgia over its new election law. ABC News Senior National correspondent Terry Moran Justice Department would approve the Georgia intended in this election law to deny the right to vote it to make it harder to bridge the right to vote black voters in that state because how these new laws would operate in the black community effectively limits their access and their right to vote. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, a Republican and Justice Department launched a politically motivated All on the rule of law and our democracy rescue

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Kaprielian Makes It to Bronx, Leads a's Over Yanks 5-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Kaprielian Makes It to Bronx, Leads a's Over Yanks 5-3

"The Oakland Athletics won their seventh straight game and then the Yankees three game winning streak five to three Tony Kemp three run Homer in the sixth inning off reliever Wandy Peralta overcame a three two New York lead built on home runs by teaching let me hook that door it was just the third Homer of the year for camp yeah I don't feel good you know we just came in here and we know we have a good record on the road and you know to try to pass the time have good at bats and tickets went on that one right there one time Yankees first round draft pick James corporately and picked up the win for the ace in his Bronx debut giving up just three hits while fanning seven to raise his record to form one Matt Olson in his nineteenth Homer the FO Oakland tying for second in the American League Tom Mariam the York

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