35 Burst results for "Kevin O"

We're Praying for All Floridians Righ Tnow

The Officer Tatum Show

01:48 min | 4 hrs ago

We're Praying for All Floridians Righ Tnow

"For all my floridians out there with praying for you. I've seen some of the devastation on video and it is shocking to me. You know, I had Carl Jackson on. He lived out there in Florida. I think he lived in Orlando area. And he was just saying this was one of the worst storms that he's ever seen. Probably the worst and most damaging storm that he seemed while living in Florida for the last 20 years. I saw people's houses just completely demolished and devastated. People literally having lakes in their living room, and I think that, you know, it's so scary when these natural disasters happen because it's unfortunate that people are going to lose their lives. If fans are butts, it's no way around it. According to some of the articles that I've read earlier, it says more deaths reported in Florida related to the hurricane, which is in an update for the governor Ron DeSantis on Friday morning, which is this morning. Florida division of emergency management director Kevin Guthrie announced more fatalities from hurricane Ian, he told reporters that there was one confirmed death that reported in Pope county in the heart hit Charlotte county, 12 reported fatalities were on confirmed and caught his county there were 8 unconfirmed deaths, Guthrie noted that the state was still processing a couple of other situations, including one where human remains had been found. He also warned about carbon monoxide issues, although noting he was not saying there had been carbon monoxide deaths. The governor announced that more than 12 million in donations have been raised following hurricane Ian's devastation.

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Ian lashes South Carolina as Florida's death toll climbs

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 hrs ago

Ian lashes South Carolina as Florida's death toll climbs

"Ian is no longer a hurricane after reaching land in South Carolina Some peers have been wiped out along the South Carolina coast and there is flooding nowhere near the damage from Ian in Florida Among the destroyed buildings in Fort Myers beach under a pile of rubble a man was found He was a bit groggy Myers Boats were used to rescue people from flooded homes Andy holbert went by boat to her flooded home in Orlando We just were luckily able to grab some of our stuff and save it before they tell us that we can't come back for a while Kevin Flynn lives in Charleston South Carolina We watch the hurricane all day we saw it go past us up the coast So we felt like we were on the good side of it but we feel bad for anybody that was President Biden says he's directing every possible action be taken to save lives and get help to survivors I'm Ed Donahue

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Did the 'Commitment to America' Move the Needle?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 1 d ago

Did the 'Commitment to America' Move the Needle?

"Now look a couple of days ago. It was actually almost a week ago. That Kevin McCarthy rolled out the commitment to America. They were very light on specifics, but everybody appeared to be unified. And we heard from Scott Perry, who's the chairman of the House freedom caucus, and Scott Perry and his guys signed off on all of this, and they believed it to be a good thing. The only specifics we got out of it to their planning on immediately getting rid of the 87,000 IRS agents and they're going to hire they're going to support the hiring of 200,000 police officers. Well, the question is, was that good enough? Did that move the needle with voters? And I'm curious to hear from you as well on this. Did the commitment to America move your needle? A majority of Americans actually support the core principles. But there's just not a lot of specifics and Tucker Carlson was weighing in on this the other night on Fox News channel and he said, hey, look, there's really nothing here. It's just a lot of words. Here are some of the key findings in this Trafalgar survey that just came out and we're going to be speaking with Mark meckler from the convention of states in just a little while. But according to the findings of this survey, 49.8% do not believe that McCarthy made a strong enough case as to why Republicans should earn support in the midterm elections. 33% of voters believe McCarthy made a strong enough case for Republicans to earn their support. That's not a large number. Now the question is, what about independent voters? That's the big question.

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Why Marjorie Taylor Greene Supports the GOP's 'Commitment to America'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 d ago

Why Marjorie Taylor Greene Supports the GOP's 'Commitment to America'

"With us right now is Marjorie Taylor Greene. One of the few fighters in Congress, congresswoman green, welcome back to the program. I was pleased to see you at the announcement, I guess you could say last week that Kevin McCarthy had, some people emailed us and they didn't like it, but tell us why you were there and your reaction to that press event. Well, thank you so much, Charlie and I really appreciate you having me on the show and asking me about this. The reason why I went to the release of the commitment to America is because I believe Republicans have to have a plan to present to America. While we also conduct oversight on every single committee and investigate the corruption and wrongdoing that's been done under Joe Biden and the Democrats. And so just being a former business owner, someone that has been very involved in making deals, creating contracts, selling jobs, solving problems. I believe in working with every single person I possibly can to achieve the best product and the best goals for the American people. And so I am supporting this because the commitment to America is a national messaging plan for all Americans to understand these are the things that are important to the Republicans. This is what we're striving for. This is what we are committing to for all of America. For two years and leading into 2024, while we bring accountability and oversight and investigations and look into all the wrongdoings that have been done like doctor Anthony Fauci, the origins of COVID, the abuse of money that has been spent, everything that's happening in the Department of Justice, the FBI, people that are whose due process rights are being violated across the country and jails while they're awaiting trial for January 6th. I mean, the list can go on and on.

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Dr. Kenneth Calvert on Roman History and American Parallels

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 2 d ago

Dr. Kenneth Calvert on Roman History and American Parallels

"I've taken a majority of the hillsdale online courses I've not taken the one on Roman history yet. There's just a really great one that is being taught by professor Kenneth Calvert to the great job and people are really raving about it professor history here at hillsdale college, professor. Welcome. How are you? I'm very well, thank you. Great to be with you. Thank you. So I'm meaning to take your course and the reviews are just phenomenal about it. I want to ask you. Specifically, a specifically about Roman history, there's a parallel that is made every so often about the decline of Rome, porous borders, destroyed currency, greedy politicians, some would say sexual perversion and kind of comparing that to America. Do you think those parallels are helpful or appropriate as we kind of try to look to see if a superpower has ever been on the course of what America is on right now? Yeah, I think there are some definite parallels and a lot of it has to do with the fact that we are a free society and particularly in the Roman Republic. I mean, that was a free society as well. And whenever you have a free society, you have the freedom of citizens to be what they will. And as a Christian, of course, I understand that at least part of that is to act out on their fallenness. But there's also positive that can be found in that. Now, the Roman Empire, I think, suffered from a number of things. First of all, it's paganism was very much running against it. The second was the fact that it was magnificently successful. And so they had a huge amount of wealth and a huge amount of luxury. And you put all those things together and you do have a recipe for disaster.

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Dr. Khalil Habib on John Locke and the Concept of Natural Rights

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 2 d ago

Dr. Khalil Habib on John Locke and the Concept of Natural Rights

"Habib, I want to ask about social contract theory and why Locke was different. I'm going to try to tie this to current events very quickly. People talk all the time. I have a right to this. I have a right to that. I have a right to housing. I've read the healthcare. I have a right to be happy every right to an iPhone. I write to TikTok. I write to all this. But Locke's view was different. Locke's view is that rights were given by a creator or from God, this idea of natural rights. Why is it important that we understand natural rights? Before we even begin to hear the complaints of somebody saying I have a right to all these different material things. Yeah, that's good. I mean, for Locke, he distinguishes liberty from license early on when he first introduces the notion of rights. The idea that a right is anything you want to do would be too permissive for Locke, even associates that would license. For him, liberty is working within what he calls the law of nature. And not law of nature is known through reason and it's given to us by God and by nature. And so it's really a right to self govern. And that when one on the one hand means a form of government, you want a government in which the citizens get to self govern or at least represented fairly, but it also means the self govern your appetites. So if you define a right as just the indulging of one's license, Locke would not consider that a form of liberty. For liberty for him means self rule and moral virtue is the command of reason over the appetites. If you can't self govern your with respect to your appetites, then it's highly unlikely that you can be self governing in a form of government. So before he moves us in the direction of forming a civil state that will protect the rights that we have, yes, the first explain what a free human being is. And a

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Dr. Khalil Habib Joins Charlie to Discuss Montesquieu

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:31 min | 2 d ago

Dr. Khalil Habib Joins Charlie to Discuss Montesquieu

"At hillsdale college. I thought it'd be fun to kind of get a series of experts from hillsdale college so you could get an idea of why am I always bragging on hillsdale college. Well, just the couple of awesome people we have doctor Khalil Habib, we did a whole series with him. I want to get back to that. I missed that. And so we're working on getting that back. He's really special. We had him on to talk about Nietzsche and many other things, and it's doctor Habib joins us right now. Doctor Habib, welcome back to the program. Charlie, it's good to see you a long time. Yes, it has been long, and we have to do it more often. So I understand you're teaching a course on montesquieu, Locke and many other things. So my montesquieu is, let's just say, not as sharp as it should be, at least I did remember he wrote a book called spirit of the laws when Kyle mentioned it. Why is it important for us to know montesquieu or understand montesquieu to properly understand the American founding and tell us who montesquieu is? So montesquiou was an aristocrat from France and he had published the spirit of the laws in around 1750. And many of our early founders had actually read it in French. And it was quickly translated into English, and he's one of the second or third most quoted authority among the early American founders when it came to debating what exactly is the purpose and role of government. Now, to be sure, Locke is central to that debate and where the founders take locks understanding of natural rights, very seriously and Locke's idea that consent of the governed is the only legitimate form of government, but where montesquieu comes in is log has a very early version of the separation of powers. So he separates the executive and the legislative branch. And it's a bit of a mystery where he puts the judicial branch. It's somewhat shared by the executive and the legislative. For law with respect to domestic issues, the legislative branch does have some control over the judiciary, whereas when it comes to international relations, the executive. Now, when montesquieu writes the spirit of the laws, he's very reluctant to go down that path. What he wants is a far stricter. That's a word. Separation. And so he identifies three powers that any government has, whether it's a tyranny or whether it's a republic, there's three powers. The question is, how would they organize and assemble? Who has control over them? The executive, the legislative and the judicial.

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Matt Boyle Shares His Predictions for MAGA Success in Congress

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | 3 d ago

Matt Boyle Shares His Predictions for MAGA Success in Congress

"Couple of times already, we've mentioned the midterms of Matt Boyle. Here's my big question for you as somebody who knows the swamp better than anyone else who's been following and writing about the politics here for years and years and years. Exciting. Lots of, I mean, what is it? The president Trump is a what a 150 to 9 record of interest. Some absurd best efforts. Best ever times like a thousand. So exciting. Maga candidates, American first candidates crushing it. But here's my big, so what? Okay, they can win. They can come into the house coming to the Senate going to state legislatures. But without a change in leadership, because Matt Gaetz isn't going to be the Speaker of the House, right? We're not going to have a maga leader of the Senate. So it kind of grinds to a halt often November or can America first with president Trump coming around the corner for 2024. Can maga success be reflected actually in Congress? What's your prediction? I think that it's going to very much be reflected in Congress. And so look, this is a long battle that we've been engaged in. So yes, we shocked the world when president Trump won The White House in 2016. But the Republican Party hadn't fully changed yet. It was starting to happen a little bit, right? Some of these good guys were winning primaries in 2012 and 2020. There's very early. So this is played out over the course of the last several elections since then. So now it's happened faster in the house than it has in the Senate. And that's just because House elections are every two years. Senator elections are every 6 years. But look at the Senate picture. Look at these new guys that are coming in to the U.S. Senate. JD Vance is much different than rob Portman. Okay. Ted bud, much different than Richard burr. Eric Schmidt and Missouri, much different than Roy blunt, who's leaving. So in the same goes across the board around the country. So it's each election you want to move the overton window and move things just a little bit more. The right direction and take as much ground as he can in a little bit more than that. We've been seeing that happen in the house. So yes, as Matt Gaetz is going to be the speaker. No, Matt Gaetz is not going to be the Speaker of the House. The speaker is going to be Kevin McCarthy.

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Why Breitbart's Matt Boyle Enjoys Longform Journalism

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 3 d ago

Why Breitbart's Matt Boyle Enjoys Longform Journalism

"Can I get a little bit technical to talk about you for a second? Because you are one of the rare breed you're young, you're not one of them. I'm getting up there though. It turned 35. But you brought, you still dedicate a lot of your journalistic work to something that is basically dead in journalism, which is long form pieces. You will take it issue, whatever it is, and you will dive into it for weeks or months, and then you'll drop a 1002 1003 thousand word ps, why I love it, I think that's what real journalism has to include. Does that drive you? Why do you do that? Why does Alex Marlow the editor in chief of breitbart give you that room for maneuver? Because you are an oddity in a good way that you really get down into the nitty Gritty of these issues. Why do you do that, mat boy? Well, look, I also subscribe to the fact that because I host a radio show on Saturday mornings. I do video stuff out there as well. So I've done some deeper long form videos over the last couple of years where we did some things with governor gnome and Kevin McCarthy and senator Blackburn, among others. But the written word, in my opinion, is still the most powerful thing. I mean, if you put it, I still think that people read for information. I do. I get it that people are out there like all watching these tiktoks and social media videos and 32nd videos. But I still think there's a huge number of people out there who are looking for easy to digest readable information. That's frankly where I get most of my information from is reading. So I read a lot very quickly. I read a lot of articles all across the news. So if you see it in the president Trump, I've probably read it. He always wants stuff printed out and he wants to read it. Well, I read it on my phone or on my computer on my iPad, but yes, or I'll read it print it out too sometimes. But yes, but I like to read it. And I think that and I can digest it very quickly. And I think that a lot of people out there are like that too. They want to read information. And also, it's permanent, right?

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Kevin Hart Is Very Bad at Cheating

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:13 min | 3 d ago

Kevin Hart Is Very Bad at Cheating

"A lot of shit going on in the last few days. Kevin Hart. If you guys wanna go ahead and believe that story, that he just walked away from that accident. And I know, I know he did walk away from the accident, but if you want to believe this story that that guy, his trainers friend, his friend is engaged to the trainer, boxer, man. I think perhaps this is a convenient relationship for Kevin's sake. I think he is such a serial cheater, Kevin Hart, and he's very bad at it. He always gets caught. He was in the backseat of a car and south beach, I think, a few years ago, and he got busted by radar doing the same shit, making out with a chick trying to get her up to his room. You shouldn't have to try to get anybody up to your room. When you're the number one comic in the world, you have to try to do anything? I didn't try to do anything as a fucking also ran cable post, I didn't have to try or persuade anybody to follow me. Maybe because I wasn't four foot 9. But the point is, Kevin Hart is very bad at cheating.

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Sean Feucht and Eric Discuss Sean's New Film 'Superspreader'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 4 d ago

Sean Feucht and Eric Discuss Sean's New Film 'Superspreader'

"I'm talking to Sean foy. Can you spell it? No one can. But I can pronounce it. Sean, okay, people know you in various contexts. Last night, you had a lettuce worship event in the middle of Times Square. It was amazing, and it was what I think part of what you're helping people do, and you've definitely helped me do that. It really to be bolder in our expressions of faith. I mean, to worship God, unashamedly in the middle of Babylon, essentially. And to say that we're going to take Babylon for Jesus because he loves all of these broken people. And they need him. There is something powerful about that. Now I want to say, again, you've been doing these worship, let us worship prevents all around the country. But now, and I said this yesterday at the end of the film, the film super spreader is spectacular. It's really wonderful. It's not an official Christian film because Kevin sorbo is not in it. All right? So I just want to say, we can't say like official Christian film because sorbo is not in the cast. But I'm in it and all kinds of other people are in it, but it tells the story of what happened with you and your beautiful wife and your family. But what amazes me is that as people go to theaters now to see super spreader, it's going to continue the movement. In other words, the film in theaters is continuing the movement and getting these ideas out there. So I was thinking in other revivals in history, we've never had the possibility of capturing stuff on. I mean, in the Jesus movement in the late 60s, early 70s, whatever, you know, they weren't they weren't able to spread this around the country. Maybe it would be in Time Magazine if you're lucky, but there's no way and to me the film super spreader is somehow being used by God to touch people. You can

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The Four Points of the 'Commitment to America'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:25 min | 4 d ago

The Four Points of the 'Commitment to America'

"The one put forth here by speaker Kevin McCarthy is the commitment to America. I'm holding the card in my hand and if you're watching on Salem Salem news channel or on the Dennis prager show channel via via Skype or however you're watching it, you can see this, I have the palm card in my hand, it doesn't work so well like that. There we go. I have the palm card in my hand and it is the commitment to America in its four bullet points with a whole bunch of information underneath each, but the four points an economy that's strong, a nation that's safe, a future that's built on freedom, and a government that's accountable. Now, I'll be darned if I wouldn't look at those four things and think to myself those were almost identical to the principles put forth by the founding fathers. And yet we're being accused of trying to destroy America an economy that is strong. And that is capitalist that is based on consumers. Deciding what they need in driving. The engine, you know, that makes this economy strong. It is not something that is decided by a government. Supply and demand free market. That makes an economy strong and that is inconsistent or it is consistent with the founding fathers belief that we should be free we are a free capitalist republic.

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House GOP Unveils 'Commitment to America' Agenda Ahead of Midterms

The Officer Tatum Show

01:24 min | Last week

House GOP Unveils 'Commitment to America' Agenda Ahead of Midterms

"Republican Party wants to give us a little hope. They came out with their commitment to America plan. It outlined a few things, but here are some of the here are some of the specifics of the plan according to Kevin McCarthy. The House minority leader under the first thing an economy that's strong, Republicans outlined the following. They want to fight inflation and lower the cost of living, curb wasteful government spending that is raising there and bring stability to the economy through pro growth tax and deregulatory policies. Okay, I think they need to get a little more personal. They still sound too wonky. Make America energy independent and reduce gas prices. They need to refill the strategic petroleum reserve. Another thing they don't list on here, they need to get rid of these CRs. These continued resolutions, where they can spend as much money as they freaking want because we don't have an annual budget. I'd like to see them force Joe Biden's hand. Make America energy independent and reduce gas prices is the second thing by maximizing production of reliable, cleaner, American made energy and cut the permitting process time in half to reduce reliance on foreign countries prevent rolling blackouts and lower the cost of gas and utilities in essence they could have said what Sarah Palin said, drill baby drill.

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Charlie Isn't About to Let This Matt Gaetz Smear Job Go

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | Last week

Charlie Isn't About to Let This Matt Gaetz Smear Job Go

"We're talking about the structure of the United States Constitution amongst many other news items that are here. And this Matt Gaetz story just really fires me up. It's not going to get the coverage it deserves in the activist media. They're just going to bury it and move on. Despite the fact that they wrote repeated story after story after story after story after story after story trying to destroy his character and his reputation and it can happen to every single one of you any one of you. They can reputationally ruin you by leaking something by rumor mill. It is a penalty by rumor mill. Not an indictment, they could have kept an investigation quite, first of all. They should never have had an investigation into this in the first place. Considering the lack of evidence, the political nature of it, in fact they're not even investigating actual sex traffickers in our country. They're going after Matt Gaetz. Why? Because he's a very articulate charismatic, well spoken, factually focused member of Congress, who was really starting a congressional maga movement, and they had to stop that. They had to create a little bit of a fog of uncertainty, make it harder for him to raise money, harder for him to do events, harder for him to go on television. In fact, he wasn't allowed to go on cable TV for quite some time, not allowed, but meaning people are like, I don't want to do it. It's toxic. I don't like it. Now we of course, at turning point, I'm very proud of this. I'll say it again. We had him speak at our events. We came under huge attack for that. Massive attack, Charlie, what are you doing? Charlie, there's this aura of a looming indictment. I said, I don't care. In this country, you are innocent until proven guilty.

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Yes, the FBI Has Power!

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last week

Yes, the FBI Has Power!

"Someone emailed us Charlie, the FBI doesn't have any power, stop saying they have power. Yeah, they have power you kidding me. They can indict anybody at any time in leak anything. They have unbelievable power, almost unchecked power. And that's the problem. Is that power is something that needs to exist in a governmental or civil form. We admit that. That there's going to be competence hierarchies. There's going to be some form of a structure that needs to be put in place. And a structure needs to make moral claims. This is where I always laugh when people say, well, you know, our constitution doesn't make any moral arguments. The whole thing is a moral document. The entire structure of the United States, government is a moral claim. One of the moral claims in the United States Constitution is its prognosis or its diagnosis of how human beings act with power. And it makes a very simple moral claim which is that if we're going to have power, transition from people towards the state, then that power needs to be separate and checked upon. And it also needs to be needs to be done with permission from the consent of the governed. And then you also need to have an independent form of government a judiciary that can check on it, keep eyes on it and make sure that it's not running awry. But all of that comes back to an even more fundamental moral claim that is first our articulated in the Declaration of Independence and then put into practice in the United States Constitution, which is what is a human being. The founding fathers understood what a human being was, not a combination of cells, not a random act of nature. No, it is somebody that is an image bearer.

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Rep. Matt Gaetz Has Been Smeared for the Past 18 Months

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:37 min | Last week

Rep. Matt Gaetz Has Been Smeared for the Past 18 Months

"Until proven innocent, 18 months ago, the media was fed reports that Matt Gaetz was about to be indicted by federal law enforcement. For sex trafficking, he very serious accusation. Because of this, a smear campaign was launched. So that anybody that would dare get close to Matt Gaetz would think twice. Now, at turning point USA and turning point action and the Charlie Kirk show, we kept on having Matt Gaetz on, but many other Republican establishment groups wanted nothing to do with Matt Gaetz. Matt Gaetz with charisma with energy with precision of arguments, one of the youngest, most outspoken people in Congress, they had to go after him and they went after him hard, but they didn't indict him. Instead, they kind of kept him in legal purgatory that he might be indicted at every moment you should stay away from him. Again, the punishment is the process because the government has unlimited money, they can string this thing along for years. And it's kind of a constitutional loophole. Because it's not, it's not cruel and unusual constitutionally because they haven't indicted you. They're just investigating you, but they're leaking along the way that they're investigating you. Going after Matt Gaetz for potentially human trafficking a baseless claim where they allowed Bill Clinton to go free with everything he did with Epstein island and Lolita express, which we will never quite understand the depth or the complexity of, but today Matt Gaetz received some welcome news from The Washington Post, the very same Washington Post that leaked the story originally. Might have been The New York Times, but whatever the point is at the media, career prosecutors are now recommending no charges for Matt Gaetz in sex trafficking probe. So all those 18 months of smearing his character of trying to keep him in a penalty box, preventing him from speaking, preventing him from raising money, trying to hope he'll resign. Now Matt Gaetz employed a very risky media strategy. He went all in. He leaned in. And I remember a lot of people that I talked to said, boy, if this works for Matt Gaetz, he is certainly setting a precedent, kind of around the Trump behavioral model of lean in, do media, don't sit down and shut up, career prosecutors recommend no charges for gates and sex trafficking probe. He stood up to the bullies. He stood up to the entire Department of Justice and FBI, and now they're saying oh, just kidding, we're not going to charge you.

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McCarthy unveils House GOP's midterm agenda in Pennsylvania

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

McCarthy unveils House GOP's midterm agenda in Pennsylvania

"Taos minority leader Kevin McCarthy is unveiling a house GOP midterm agenda President Biden is responding in the battleground state of Pennsylvania McCarthy says Democrat policies have forced Republicans to ask people can you afford it Can I afford to fill up my tank Can I afford the food the milk Can I find baby formula The Republicans commitment to America deals with the economy Border security and social issues Democrats have no plan for the problem they created Speaking in Washington President Biden says the Republican plan is thin on details and Americans have a choice To be a nation of hope unity and optimism or a nation of fear division and darkness The president says too many Republicans are still tied to former president Donald Trump You can't be pro law enforcement and pro insurrection McCarthy says the first bill he'll sign next year is to repeal funding approved by Democrats to bolster the Internal Revenue Service with more employees Ed Donahue Washington

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Kevin McCarthy: On Day One, Republicans Will Repeal 87,000 IRS Agents

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Kevin McCarthy: On Day One, Republicans Will Repeal 87,000 IRS Agents

"The attorney general of New York, a partisan named letitia James, promised to go after Donald Trump. She hates the guy despises him and was very, very vocal in her promise a few years ago to try to make Trump's life a living hell. This week she unleashed a lawsuit, a civil lawsuit, not criminal charges, but a civil lawsuit claiming the Trump inflated the value of his properties. Watching the FBI come swooping in and confiscating the cell phone of a private citizen like Mike lindell. Sheen IRS agents unleashed upon the middle class, all these things have to be addressed. And thankfully, Kevin McCarthy, the would be and likely future Speaker of the House, addressed a lot of it specifically today in revealing what the Republicans commitment to America agenda is all about. It includes this. We'll put it out to the entire country. This is what we'll do. But on that very first day that we're sworn in, you'll see that it all changes. Because on our very first bill, we're going to repeal 87,000 IRS agents. This is what Republicans have been hoping for. This is what independence have been praying for. This is what many Democrats expect. That the Republicans are going to stand up and tackle inflation, crime, election accountability,

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"kevin o" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"kevin o" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Eric, the taxes. Folks, welcome to our two, it's the Eric metaxas show on playing the role of Eric metaxas. I apologize, but this is the best we could do today. I'm it. But I'm only the host. And I get to talk to interesting guests. For example, we have our friend Kevin McCullough on some of you know him as votes predominance, but however you know him, here he is, Kevin. Kevin, welcome back. Hey, Eric, good to see you. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving. Oh no, I had COVID. We didn't celebrate Thanksgiving. Oh, then we all had it. I'm glad to see you back then. Yeah, we all had it. You know, the upside of it now is that you are basically bulletproof. You don't need the vaccines. Now that you've had COVID, you're going to have 27 times the immunity of anybody that gets one two or three boosters. And you're ready to live. Listen, I was ready to live before. There's nothing wrong with getting sick. It happens to people. And I got sick. I got better. You know, praise the lord. Now, listen, you, you present a challenge because I want to talk to you about current events, but I also want to talk to you about CSI. You're kind of a CSI expert, but let me just say before we talk about CSI because we're doing a fundraiser on this program, people who've been listening know that we need your help. This is an amazing opportunity, just an amazing, amazing opportunity. We get to do tremendous good, unadulterated, good in this world, through CSI. But Kevin, can we talk about the oral arguments today? Can we talk about what's going on with the Supreme Court? What can we talk about? Well, the Supreme Court is taking up a case that has the potential to completely undo roe versus wade. And if the arguments that at least took place this morning, if the comments by some of the justices aren't an indication of just how important this case is, you only need to hear justice sort of mayor talking about how this is going to set civil rights back and so forth. There's a lot of rhetoric that is being applied to this topic. And I hang on a second. I just want to be clear. That's what it is. It's rhetoric. So legally speaking, it's crap. It is crap. And it is offensive to me that you have Supreme Court Justices who are spreading garbage. In other words, you can have any opinion you want, but it has nothing to do with the law. And that is where we are. I want people to understand that this is not about opinions. This is about what the law says. And so when you have no legal argument, it seems to me, you do things like this, but that's exactly right. I find myself being really disgusted because I actually expect better from Supreme Court Justices. They don't have to agree with me, but I expect them to actually behave like a Supreme Court Justice. And when they spew rhetoric like this, it's really foul. I mean, it's just, in my book, it's like cheating. It's like somebody saying like, yeah, he hit a home run, but he cheated. He did something. Let's just play by the rules. The rules are the constitution and the law. And if you have an argument and you can make an argument or you have questions relevant, great. If not, what are you there? You're a cheerleader, you're a politician. So I just want to be really clear because I think a lot of times people who are against abortion, like we are, they fall into the same trap. Folks, this is not about our opinions. This is about the law. And the law is something we need to take very seriously. I don't need to. If the constitution says there's a right to abortion, I don't need to like it. But if the constitution doesn't say there's a right to abortion, if there's nothing there, and you are somebody that likes the idea of abortion, you've got to find another way. You can't pretend that you can use the law. And let's draw a very important clarification on what you just said, because for the last 30 years, basically since roe V wade was first litigated. Democrats figured out progressive leftists. Let me not say Democrats because there have been conscientious pro life Democrats over the years. There have been people that have had common sense that were democratic leaning in terms of some of their votes. But in terms of the people that have really pushed the progressive liberal agenda, they discovered something with the roe V wade case that they kind of began to implement. And really, the left has come to use it as the backstop. Republicans go around and conservatives go around and they try to get elected and they try to say, we're going to write legislation and we're going to get it signed and passed into law through the legislative process. And the president will sign in, it will become law, and it may be tested by the courts, but it's going to be it's going to be done that way. Democrats have known for a long time that most of their ideas are so insanely unpopular that there's no way they'd ever get a legislative quorum to be able to pass them. So what do they do? They simply have the courts make the adjudications that they want from the bench on different cases that challenge existing law. And they've used this method ever since roe V wade kind of codified it and said, hey, look, you can get away with this..

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"kevin o" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"kevin o" Discussed on Just Between Us

"There. This game is a roller coaster. Thank you so much for joining us. This oh fun ed informative. Where can people find out more of what you're up to and listen to your new podcast. Well clear story which is from this. Old house is on apple and stitcher and all of that so just look that up go to our website. This'll house dot com. They can find me on instagram. Tic tac those types of things. Kevin o'connor t. o. h. Which is for this old house. So kevin does a lot of kevin connors in the world. so i'm kevin o'connor o. H. thank you for having me of course thank you very you so much. Stick around after the break. We'll be talking all about compatibility. This podcast is sponsored by better health. I don't know about all of you. But i am definitely having a hard time with my contamination. Ocd and the world reopening. So it is definitely a time in my life where i need to pay a little extra attention and care to my mental health. 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Good athena club dot com and use promo code just between us. That's eighty h. e. n. a. c. l. u. b. dot com with promo code just between us for twenty percent off. Welcome back to just between us. It's time for eggs exit sex baby baby so this week. Our i wanted to talk about compatibility why. I don't know what time you're like well because and i'll say what i say my usual question and you act like i'm nuts. No okay. I think the reason why is because i just read my friends upcoming book about relationship. Ocd so that. I could like right in endorsement for it. And she has like a different approach to like her whole thing is that like relationship should be good enough and she was sort of explorers like the myth of the one and all the stuff in so compatibility. Wise like it made me. You know people seem to think that like you have to be completely compatible with your partner or completely compatible with your friends. And i don't think that's true but i do think that there has to be a certain level of compatibility and it has to be compatibility about certain things and so i was just wondering like what are dealbreakers for you with friends with partners and like what is stuff that can be like seemingly like completely incompatible with somebody about but it doesn't really matter yeah. The people will have various different opinions about this. I think like again. I'm just speaking for myself. But i think like politics has to line up. Yeah it's interesting because family is kind of a you. I think you've said this before to me that like if they have a family. That isn't great. It's okay as long as they know that if the family is awful and then the person is like what are you talking about their perfect. That will be a problem. I don't think that's compatible. Because you're you're not going to be on the same team about that kind of to me. It's a lot of stuff that's like. Are you guys gonna be on the same team. I think you can not be one hundred percent compatible. But i think at the end of the day you have to be on each other's team. You have to be the same team and you can't have beliefs or things going on. That are like oppositional to each other. In a way that is like oppositional to each other's happiness or oppositional to each other's ability to feel supported. I don't know there's people that are like well. You know we have different politics. But we're still married and it's like that's interesting to me. Because if their politics includes oppression of a group that you are in how does that you don't mean like i think they get easier for some people than other people and i wonder if a lot of those people are lying to were. They just don't value they don't value it. They don't you if you're political or you don't care that much about politics than if your partner has different politics doesn't matter whereas for us. Politics is like when our main values of course it would have to be aligned. I think you should be compatible on bedtime. Why was going to say so. I don't think you need to be compatible on interests. But i do think you it helps. If you're compatible on lifestyle. Yes so if like one person is going out all the time and wants to go out all the time and you're more of a homebody that's tricky but if someone is like i love nascar and i wanna watch nascar a lot. I would prefer to read my fiction. Novel that's fine agreed. Agreed because you could do those things in the same room together. Yes or you have to be someone who doesn't care that you go to bed at different times. Yeah it's really figuring out like what do you care about and do they match up on those things. Yes but also it hopes to be like we're compatible on like where you on eat food. That's a huge one What food you wanna have. And what time is dinner on so boring but like also you know. I think like there's stuff that you don't realize even.

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"kevin o" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"kevin o" Discussed on Just Between Us

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Music unlimited free for thirty days. No credit card required. Just go to amazon. Dot com slash. Just between us that's amazon dot com slash just between us to try amazon music unlimited free for thirty days amazon dot com slash just between us renewed automatically cancel anytime terms apply. Welcome back to just between us. It's time for the juicy is most scandalous controversial segment to all of podcasting tough questions. This week on the show. Our guest is kevin o'connor kevin is the host of the award winning. Pbs series this old house and ask this old house and has been on the show since two thousand three kevin is also the host of the podcast clear story. Hello nice to meet you gabby. Hello alison. I couldn't be better timing because gabby is currently sitting in their brand new house. Yes that's what i was gonna say. I'm how this timed out my partner. And i bought a house on like a closed on wednesday. Were recording this on friday with you. I'm sitting in it right now. Furniture congratulations on that and welcome to the world of home ownership and all the pain. That is coming your way. Thank you just found out that they were like oh worship so kindly put in a new septic only going on. That's amazing then. The electricity god here was like yeah. What they put into septic. They cut the electricity to the shed which was like a selling point that the shed has electric and he was like yeah. That's that's not a thing anymore. We were like and so the woes began of homeownership. Just getting started gabby l. Okay so can you explain what it is you do. Like what is your thing. So i am. The host of the two shows this old house and asked us old house which are primarily on pbs but also stream on roku a bunch of other places been around for forty two years. It's a home improvement. Show it's the longest running home improvement show on television and I'm very proud to say. Still the most highly rated home improvement show. And we're in on sample cast I'm the only person on the cast is not a professional contractor. The rest of the folks are fulltime contractors carpenters plumbers landscapers masons and such and the general theme is that we take an old house working with real homeowners who are undertaking a real renovation. And we work with them to renovate the home and in the process. Share those stories and educator audience through the is a professional contractors on how to do it right and my job. I'm the knucklehead. I'm you gabby and allison. Who aren't professionals. But you know are sort of intrepid enough to buy a house and want to get it fixed up. So i asked the questions. Hey tommy you know you really have to move that wall you know. Hey septic guide you really have to put in a new system and if you do what should i be thinking about when you put a new septic system and in your case one of those things should have been. Don't cut the electric to the shed so my job is host is basically to ask the questions of the experts. And we've been doing that thing for forty plus years and it's been to great success and so homeownership is like a double edged sword at a lot of ways right because like you said like there's all these things that you now suddenly have to deal with but you don't know anything about right. Yeah i mean people often ask us. What's the Formula for success for your show why he has been on for so long and one of the sort of not so serious but truthful answer is because people like you keep buying old houses we just keep getting a new crop of folks like all. I want to own a house. I have no idea what to do with this house. I have to call a professional. Get this or that So our job is sort of to demystify that because it is a big undertaking. We love home ownership But when you own a house comes with lots of responsibilities and things inevitably go wrong and have to be fixed. And how do you feel like the pandemic has sort of changed people's relationships to their homes. It has changed it more significantly. In my opinion than anything in the last twenty or thirty years psalm. oh absolutely We on on our podcast. We actually explored this sort of idea as pandemic as urban planner. And we can get into it later. There's this long history of how pandemics have affected the way we built homes in our cities and such. But if you think about what's happened just now. We're all aware of what's going on. I'm doing this from a vacation house. Visiting my parents right now so here. We are having this podcast in their bedroom You know with the blinds drawn behind me. We're using our houses in different ways as we stay at home and work from home certainly part of it we ended up with a whole bunch of free time and the lockdowns were in place and so people all of a sudden started looking around and saying i hate the color of this paint. I'd never noticed it before. Or hey my basement would be a great workout studio or a podcast studio. Let fixing it and such i in my house Planted what. I call the cove garden twice because the first time i plant that it had died. You know six months later and fortunately.

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"kevin o" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"kevin o" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Getting the right to ask them in in in all the cases teed up just we get into the studio shot this thing and and we've seen universal telemundo and miami. Which is. I've never seen a studio like that. It's it's the size of airport. It's all digital it. State of the art. They did the olympics out of there. It is the best studio in the world. And so maybe you're one hundred people on the set. Now when these professionals come in they make television. There jaundice their two studio people. The sound people lighting people the gaffer's catering the make up all that. Maybe one hundred hundred twenty. I don't know a lot of people and so you know they they make the tv. And i'll watch it. They make it. They're running the cameras. And the soundboards and everything i look over to my right in. Every room has a line feed monitor. 'cause when you're shooting with multiple cameras there's an editor in the truck making a quick line feed for reference and it's coming across all the studio space. I look over to my right. In the middle of a case and there's twenty professionals there glued to the line feed monitor. Not at the soundboard anymore. They're on they're watching the show. They should be making the show not watching and then at the break. The woman that doesn't make comes up to me says you're an asshole. I hated the way you do the case. You didn't give enough money to the daughter. And i thought to myself. She's totally engaged. We gotta hit. We got a monster head when the people that are making the tv are watching tv. You gotta hit and that's exactly what's happened so when you're being told you're being a whole does that mean deep down kevin o'leary you know you're doing your job properly like that. Do you is doing the right thing. You know the i am because if and when they take do the exit interviews with the people that have now have to abide by ruling niassa ninety percent of them said they were okay with it and in most cases nobody was happy. That means i did a great job. Everybody left something on the table. That's a good outcome and new episode of money court Tonight and every wednesday on cnbc at ten pm eastern time with kevin o'leary of money joining me here on the rich eisen show him and of course of of shark tank. How how did you find. Alex rodriguez when he showed up on shark tank. kevin o'leary would you think of iran run. I've i've worked with alex before. We've done a lotta stuff together. He's been on shark tank multiple. Todd very interesting guy of major focus is real estate. That's what he does. Okay each of these sharks guest. Sharks have a vertical that their specialty in. And he's a real estate guy. that's what he knows. so he's a cashflow guy. Real estate guy real estate's all about servicing dan on these buildings and getting cash payments. So that's his specialty. And i think it's good to bring these different disciplines to the shark tank is it keeps it interesting so it was a. He threatened away to barbara corcoran as to what she used to do or that she she stick day rod aside pretty much when it come down to that. No i mean. I think those tour is close as they could be because they know each other from previous years in particular new york real estate and in fact they've done a couple of deals together and apartment buildings now barbara special. I've known her a long time. She's a great cook. When i go to new york get together. I'm a chef two and we enjoy each other's company. But i must tell you something. The only reason she gets to shark tank and we're in the middle of shooting seasons our team right now. 'cause i bought her new broom saying that for years barbara. She loves it. I know she does actually find that joke. Funny i've seen her actually laugh at it. Because you know i as you knew. What troubles her just. she has. No comeback that's the problem. It kills her. Well i mean just you know. I guess they just expect it from you kevin. You know what i mean like. They just they they see that one and you and so. What is your Your your shark tank. Acquisition business deal. You're most proud of most successful as you. And i are talking right now kevin well if you measure it by return investment it has to be played. It's the largest exit and shark tank history. Three hundred forty million cash. The company was bought by albertson's after amazon bought whole foods. They wanted a digital strategy. It was one of the companies was doing meal kits. It had kitchens in chicago. New york and la. We've been spending a lotta time and money building that up. And they bought it. And i think what's so interesting. Is that that was the beginning of the whole digital direct to consumer in the food space very early on and those are a couple of guys that came on shark tank with nothing became multimillionaires and thirty six months and so it does happen on. Shark tank these outcomes are extraordinary. You've had many others so billions of dollars of the products and services. We've made countless millionaires. And you know it's it's a really it's thirteenth year. There's no platform like that. You get a hundred million eyeballs seeing your product or service after a year syndication. You can't buy that anywhere. And so and the sharks have millions of followers..

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"kevin o" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"kevin o" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"It's happy to be here and wherever they wanna put me on. Put me in special teams. I'll do that. He's going to be part of a team. Like you want a guy coming to look. I'm coming we talked about this last week. Brockman compete. I wanted to compete. I want the job. I know night one and i think that's why what we're talking about right here might be an outlier amongst shows like these today but Chicago is been waiting. Sure for a very long time. And andy dalton comes in off of last year's dreadful season in dallas. Not his fault entirely me. Okay now but it didn't help off of him being the face of the marvin lewis over fair or not because as we know carson palmer got chemo van all and and it looked great for bank. The bengals there until carson hurt his knee so he wasn't the only quarterback there for the marvin lewis for but dalton is the face of the can't win the big one under the lights. Monday night thursday. Night sunday night. Not that guy and the bears fans are going to sit there and go okay. Great sunday night. Football first game of the season los angeles like they would rather go down and watch field struggle against the rams then watch dalton struggle against the rams because dalton struggling against the rams is like what are you thinking. Put the kid in there and field struggling against the rams as well. We're taking her mom with fields eventually and that's the way this is all going to have to play out. Which is why. I like hearing what i don't have to say but i don't think it's gonna work out for him the way that he thinks. We'll take a break kevin o'leary when we come back and then later on this hour what sitting on the warriors doorstep right now based on kevin durant.

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"kevin o" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"kevin o" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"You guys got any other ranch. This week it is. Butter is getting married this weekend. So shout the others congrats buddies goes. They've lived together for like five years. So that'll change. He can finally put his. Tv's then whatever. He wants in his house wherever he wants no no. That's not how marriage where it's worse single life married is definitely wasn't single night for butters lived there. She's lived there for five years so that doesn't matter getting married. i got. I live with jackie for three three three or four years. Eight and my xbox didn't start making that noise until after i got married to her. What are you doing exactly so butters beat watch out the new xbox noise when you turn it on now when once you're married but as also said that he's going to wait till after he gets married to buy a motorcycle so we'll see if that actually happens toy more site now by now i saw target has the harley davidson llego. You could get him out. One could buy that and put it together. I should give that to them ahead of letting president like oh asia motors. He's not one after that. So yeah congratulations the butters and sorry. Andrew and hayley congrats to andrew inhalant awesome. Congratulations on not anyone. Wanna talk about payload moodysson worsen anybody. Oh let's go sure trading fucking and they love it so much fucking know. There's signs were. I fucking hate that mode and i want to throw my god controllers. Yeah because it reminds you of overwatch. Now that's ones anyway. I enjoy the fuck out. That mode is a lot of fun. a yeah. It's frustrating but it's a lot of fun to good balance frustrating fun to bid campaign so for context similar it's a new mood in warzone twenty twenty at similar to overwatch where one teams pushing payload and the other teams defending two payloads. So it's just to me and john warzone overwatch. Yes and i mean it's it's it's a nice change of pace really fun. It's really frustrating. When you just continuously get mowed down but it. It's a fun game on. i really enjoy it. Yeah i do like the fact that you know call duty start is making these new modes and putting them out and you get like a limited time on this mode and then like you know few months down the road we get to play a new different mode and they keep busting out these these fun modes. It's really cool things. Exciting continued with If they brought it back as more a more permanent With a lot more maps. Yeah fucking rotation right now. It's only three or four maps. Any only play one of them for two hours at a time down usually prominent or no. There's also ports also been consistent and i like i don't remember who said it but i want one going right down the the run me just down the airstrip. Just yeah well. there's new payloads. Yeah no cover for anyone everybody in line behind the truck pretty much mowing people down and i don't know that that but it would be it would make sense with way that the paths are for the trucks anyway who fucking parallel roads It's fine. I wish i had more options Alongside the payloads for you to purchase. So like right now you get to a certain point.

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"kevin o" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"kevin o" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"That's great. i see him but when they come up. I'm going to share them for sure. Yeah no yeah. I mean if anyhow just to get joe fired up it's funny cool. Good shit go on job. I'm done. I don't want to go anymore. Okay cool who you said anything about you said. But i'm not gonna talk about getting. I mean you should've just mentioning it by saying brady talk. Oh my god. That's so awesome. Perfect joe no solid. Keep it up like it next week. We'll says this. Joe emerson's we need you. If it was a mahomes video of the same thing it would be believable. Fuck sake guy that can throw forty yards laying horizontally on the field could cmih bleeds kansas city mother. How about that. Tach against philadelphia poll. You almost had anyway. Only god to ask you what he thinks. Ask nick foles because then you sent that ring us end that ring men to us to with brady. Those funny okay. You guys have any random shit for closes up. We're moving on the random now. No more. I have another question. This is a random question. Thoughts of henry ca ville coming to the eu. Who would you like him to play. Those henry kabila's that's the guy that currently plays superman and then the witcher and garrelt. The witcher wouldn't mind seeing him as a wolverine. I can agree one hundred percent other than that. Don't so they've cast him as one of the eternal or like Like a tribunal or sentinel or not the exponential but the other one They've also thought about like having him as nova..

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"kevin o" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"kevin o" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"I needed to great. I mean you can stay up till nine thirty tonight to play warzone. Maybe other folks. Did i talk about the fact that my dad shoot through my lights last week i did okay I don't know that. I have any other folks. Intrude through your lights demise. Led strip for my cabinet shit. You weren't paying attention. Obviously slate really tired last week. Last week was a long podcast. That's true but because the steam dick yep yeah and new world dip The folks joey anyone's folks. I do not. I don't think i mean the olympics shit. I'm not. I'm done with it. I'm over it. I don't care anymore just fucking down and give a fuck about gold medals in shit. Whatever done okay. Even though joe doesn't care what are your thoughts on the simone. What's your last name. So i was gonna getting at her mental health in shit. I'm just like i'm done whatever. And i wasn't necessarily meaning i didn't mean that i meant so much the fact that she won't get more point breakwater get there fact that i mean it's a dog. You'd better get used to john. F the fact that she didn't get the points that she should've for the routine she did because they're considered too dangerous for people to perform so she can't get full points bank. What are your thoughts on that. Because i mean. I get that you don't want to encourage people to do those those routines but if someone doesn't fucking give him credit where credit's do well. That's i mean encourage people to do those took those routines. Exactly i mean it's it's the sports got a volve would it. I don't get it. You know if if if tony hawk was to do the nine hundred. During the olympics ohno lists dangerous. We're not gonna you know we're not gonna like we don't want people to do the nine hundred all the time as like a man. Did the one of the greatest moves ever in skateboarding. And i'm just saying in context if he had done it in the olympics he set the baseline. He set the bar. That's the whole part of the olympics is to be the best and to get that gold medal and get the most points if she's doing something dangerous and she's doing it and she's executing perfectly give her the fucking points give her the gold medal. Don't don't say it's diners re. It's like who the fuck is this olympic committee. Now it's like okay. We're going to decide that that street skateboarding is an olympic sport. But we're not gonna give somebody. That's been doing gymnastics which gymnastics has been the olympics. I don't know how long that they're at such a level that would just expose how shitty everybody else is..

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"kevin o" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"kevin o" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"That had already been used with aluminum And then after all this happened we went back to the two-room and we were like. Hey this caught on fire. This isn't supposed to catch on fire and the team lead at the room was like yeah. You're not supposed to use those with titanium like. But but kevin i've asked you specifically for vacuum for titanium and this is what you handed me. What the fuck so now with managers around. He's backing up and not basically saying i'm an idiot. The i'm an idiot. Because i wasn't supposed to use that vacuum even though he's the one who gave it to me when i said i was drilling into eighteen him. So what the. Fuck kevin joe. Which one have you had to cup. Nobody damn we both would have passed. It would have been fine. Chris so when this was all going on how many people were plane with you was it. Was it just like you and another guy or was there like all the way in the back of the plane we were by ourselves in the back of the plane but there were probably forty people on the airplane. Altogether and the whole thing smelled like smoke. And you guys have this plane. Like in your hangar. Right you're you're all working on the plane in a hangar in the factor. Yeah okay so there was like one or two of you in the back when this fire started or was it like three. I'm just i just to know how chaotic can't happen. Didn't catch the airplane on. Fire the bag on fire and actually shot some embers out of the bag onto the bare metal below us and i had to climbed down because it actually caught a piece of tape on fire but that was the only only thing that caught on fire. I got that got that taken care of so. We left the airplane. We went to the tour and then we found manager and we came back to the airplane and the fire department was out there looking for us like all. It's a good thing you guys came back like. Fuck no shit. I still got all of my tools in the airplane with my name on them. They got their assigned to me. You can look up. Who owns the those tools. And and i checked in to the lotto system properly so they also know that i was working in that area. Yeah i'm not hiding anything. So when you threw threw it out of a window or something like that or out of the door was open. Okay the back door was open doors. Gotcha just threw it out onto the work stand. That was out there. Gotcha miguel. I'm glad although disappointed to see that you still have a beard. I close because i was all vacuum like this in the bag was right here who've close holding it over on the other guy was drilling in the bag was right here yeah. I'm glad that you're safe..

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"kevin o" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

The JJ Redick Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"kevin o" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

"Dot com is kevin o'connor aka kevin palmer kevin o. Concert kevin o. Climber kevin o. cannabis kevin. Oh candy kevin killian kevin o. Camera cav it's wednesday morning. Twelve o three. Am here for our podcast tonight and we have just witnessed one of the greatest finals performances man in the history of the nba..

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"kevin o" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"kevin o" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Exact opposite. We're going examine these. When we come back folks talking to kevin mccullough gentlemen i return to my conversation with the poster. Damase or kevin mccullough kevin. You're just saying that as you go down the list. The biden administration and i say that in quotes of course is you know issue by issue. really doing things dramatically at odds with what the average american including a democrat voters would want so. Let's go well. Let me just pick a handful of them. First of all with the emergence of critical race theory and the kind of non-involvement of the government on a certain level of the george floyd aftermath and kind of the ignoring of the violence. That happened there but over highlighting the supposed violence of january sixth. You have sent very mixed messages into every major urban metro in the country. Police are undermined. Laws are undermined. Recklessness and lawlessness pervade. And who is stuck in the middle most of the time the most the people that are most at risk are minority communities that live in the very neighborhoods where the police were used to help enforce law and keep people safe the binding administration's approach to saying and they hold this big news conference last week about stopping violent criminal activity in america. And what does the sub total of that press conference turn into. He wants to take legally owned firearms away from law abiding citizens who legally own the firearms that they own that makes no sense and has nothing to do with the issue of defunding police relaxing punishment criminal activity in doing the types of things that has encouraged this spike in crime in in the growth of crime. That's just one and it's just one small in how with his slogan who cares what happens to the poor i mean isn't isn't that it it. In other words whatever he needs to do to shore up his radical leftist base. If the poor suffer who cares. He doesn't care. It's kind of obvious that they think look. Yeah they'll suffer but You know in thirty years when it's marxist utopia they'll suffer a little bit less. I mean they don't seem to care about the day to day fact that if you live in a deluxe apartment in the sky like me or anybody else don't have to worry about this but everybody who lives in most of the bronx or brooklyn or queens their lives become hell and de blasio and most of the blue state Mayors and governors and the bite administration. They clearly don't care. I mean what do you make that that they don't care what. what are they doing. Well and i argue in the piece that we're discussing at townhall dot com. That the purpose of all of this is to do something very simple. It's to amass more power to To gather more resources to assume more resources and to assert more punishment over those who disagree with them so it's threefold they want to gain and keep political power. They want to a access as much of the natural resources monetarily. Speaking that they can and they wanna use all of that as kind of a laser-guided focused to punish those that that stand in their way or disagree with them and we're seeing this on multiple levels of of different Parts of government in different parts of of how. They're executing their agenda when and let me just bring up another one very simple. Last week i had on my show a mother daughter Four hundred meter athletic duo. The the mom has competed and it has coached the olympic track level of athletes. Her daughter's a sixteen year old. That ran in her first high school. Four hundred meter meet this last year. Both have had to compete against transgendered women which are biological men. The mom actually won her race by just a handful of seconds but the daughter would have won her race by a mile she was. She was firmly out in the lead as a sixteen year old competing against all ages of high school athletes. But the boy who was competing in their division as as a girl beat her by a mile and the point of all of this was that it wasn't that long ago in this country liberals actually led the chart but but evangelicals and church people in some conservatives got on board as well and said no no no women and men are equal but they are different. They deserve their own rank of competition. They deserve to compete against those that they are like. They deserve to compete in a competitive environment. If you line up men and women against each other the man is going to win that race. Most of the time and the mom who won her race. Cynthia monteleone her name. She said she said in in in any. You know sphere of competition. You may get that one exception. You know where you know. You're going to have a very extraordinarily gifted woman that could beat one man. Who's not as good as what he can do. But you take the best. Wnba player of all time. And you put them against michael jordan of all time and you're not gonna it's not going to be a close competition michael jordan's gonna win one on one against that player every single time. I mean in tennis. It was billie jean king. They had to get an old retired guy. That couldn't do anything to bobby riggs. Nineteen seventy-three the sexes. It was a joke. I mean he was an old man and you know he did really really well but this look i mean she almost lost but doesn't this almost get just sill even discussing this. Most american doesn't understand that. This is an outrage. Anybody with a brain with commonsense understands this is an outrage to have your daughter kill herself to practice and practice and train and train and train and get beat by a dude who claims to be a woman. It really just proves the the craziness but americans are somehow letting this happen. School leaders school board leaders Superintendents of schools. They're letting this happen isn't some them. I don't blame the confused young man. Actually there's two things. I wanna hit in that response because two things are happening One is that parents across the board are starting to speak up and not and not take this anymore. You've seen in loudon. Virginia on the critical race theory issue. Just the last couple of weeks School board meetings where parents have lined up by the hundreds. They are unloading on these school boards..

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"kevin o" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"kevin o" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"I think five states what we started just in virginia and we're a digital companies that we are you know the whole virtual thing is already in place and Because we have employs around the country but we definitely get together if we can and we fly one together for holiday parties in palm. We have the new like a founders club for You know as different milestones with employs that they hit we'd do an event Activity outdoor type of you know where we fly around somewhere. But yeah we'd love to get together and i gotta keep that it was part of our culture is the office originally And now it's you know again. We're we're not in office but But yeah just keeping that in and where are you actually. Look at kevin. I'm out of atlanta okay. Which is our first office okay. Excellent so usually goes just like we are so. Yeah so it was funny because we started all together and that was just the only way we did business and I think you know two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen. We kinda started to see that we grew our. We had employees gwen. Hey i wanna move to wherever. And but i don't wanna work here still. Is that a problem in the first employees. Hell like oh We don't wanna lose you so sure we'll figure something out and then a second one that happened and then we hired out side and then covid hit and then it was you know the world is our worser point in you know now. All new hires. It's you know we don't care where they're at and the been working out very well for us to educate i mean we don't. That's what we're seeing importance of other law firms now that restrictions are starting to be lifted their thinking why we go back to the office. Why drive that an hour. Each way commute that. I got rid of last year. Why would i act to that. Yeah so the hour billable time. Well yeah exactly. Yes quite a bit away. I'm in Is the new normal. I think we'll see things. Go back a little bit to a hybrid model. Opole lincoln scott like forty thousand views. And i don't know how many votes but The majority were a hybrid. Like to go to the office. Sometimes they like working from home and You know. I just think that's going to be what we'll see more normal. Is yup our office. We do have an office where she getting some work done to right now our making it more of a you know co working four our team the local numbers that if you wanna go on go ahead grab desk. We'll have a. We'll have a nice space and all the amenities but If you want your home onto well kevin. I don't want to take up too much of your time and see. Don't see mia bill. Could ask was the best way for people to connect with you obviously Check heaven his.

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"kevin o" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"kevin o" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Elected. Officials, heads of state we are not and with with parents. It's like yeah, takes a village, and we're the primary villagers. I am not an educator, a daycare practitioner, the Pope, the city Parks Department, a restaurant tour a four year old kid that my daughter can hang out with me. And you're trying to do that's something you gotta show up for the other stuff. The whole thing like socially mediated. Conversation in existence in this cult of certainty on either side. He talked about atheism evangelism. It's also like radical right radical leftists point I know which one I intellectually philosophically find more. Commonality with, but still sometimes it I'm over here on my guys skies. What are we saying right now like? Slow down. It's. It's really powerful to me. I had a conversation with a friend recently and we were talking about. I've been. There was some stuff moving around and I was talking about some stuff and I was at the end of a whole long thing. I said he just went. Yeah, man I don't know. And I. For that because it was the best thing, he could have said he didn't have. He wasn't. GonNa give me advice. He didn't have requisite life experience. He didn't know somebody who did so what he said was like. Thanks for sharing that with me. I don't really know what to say, but I'm here. If you WanNa talk, you know what I mean like, I don't know is a powerful thing. I thought I thought I had no. I, don't have to know you don't. Have you know what I mean like really nice to hear. Some of these people sometimes be like. Oh Yeah, I. Don't know I. Don't know about that. I'm not equipped to talk about that. Yeah, and I think that's what I was trying to get at is. What I'm saying! There's two ways there's two ways to like. I guess have. People's. Respect, And they're. They're both kind of. Proven like the whole like? People, flocking towards over-confidence is like it's. A real psychological phenomenon that is study is studied in like it's real. It works right like it. It will draw people. Towards you will whatever But you can see looking at from the outside of the it's not. Good for you. It's not good for the system. You're innocent. Good for the people under you. It's not good for the people around you. It's it's not a- the only thing it does. It's like Shell. Of of something, good and powerful. You know but it, but it sadly works. It's almost like a equivalent of. Junk food or something? Yes, like I said about it being brittle and hollow. It does work, but what is working mean yeah, you know what I mean like. Yes, okay, it works in the sense of what it's attractive. To what end and for how long and to what depth? There's a lot of things that are attractive. That are not like substantiative. You know what I mean and so to me. It's like one is also. Just talking about reality here and I think. I kind of got lost in the weeds before, but I think that what is attractive about it. Is that we actually kind of somewhere cellular. -Ly immediately. No, it's not real, and so it's kind of attractive to be like. Oh Wow, that person figured out the thing I can't figure out. But the truth is like they didn't figure it out. They figured out a super. Cheap. It's. Fuck and coping mechanism cheat, and it's a coping mechanism, and at some point I really believe this and I don't mean the Senate punitive way. I don't wish this on people, everyone..

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"kevin o" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"kevin o" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Try to look at things like that as you look at people like that and you're like I'm not some great historical figure, or some I have had a lot in my life is pretty soft, compared to someone like that, but if they can move around like that, and if that's the notion of where we live, that's the that's what's in the. The Myth will what what? How can I in my own personal and in my superstructure away try to. Inch my way towards the actualization of that meth like a fraction of time. Yeah, I. It's interesting because there's kind of two. If. That makes any sense. There's almost two directions that can be taken there like. One is. What you're talking about seeing the ideal. Striving towards it. Admitting when you don't reach it. Right, but there's. But there's. There's a power in that. There's something magnetic in that something. Beautiful and inspiring draws people towards it and That's mentioned. It's better for you to be able to admit that things that you're. Doing wrong, but it helps. Other people do to like. I mean. Admitting. You're wrong is like the only way anything ever gets better I. Mean Ever that's and. That's the. Basis of science is like we are like experimenting I was wrong we did. We didn't get it. We didn't get it, and then he think you get it later on. You were kind of there, but you weren't really there. Now. You're things discarded. We've got a better thing, but it's always moving because it's willing to admit that it gets things wrong. And then the other way is having the ideal. But claiming you have always met it. I'm thinking of you. Know someone in charge of our country right now. And you, you can't ever admit that anything you did was wrong. And it's it can come across as powerful, but it's so shallow and Brittle and. Yeah I think that we are attracted. I, think the reason so many of us, and it's understandable to me a very human level. Why so many of us are attracted to? People who project that kind of. Confidence, certain T. Is is precisely to my limited understanding because. Most of us. I don't know what I feel like. Is Anytime anybody projects that kind. There's a part of me anytime. Anybody project something like that. There's part of me. It's like Oh my God they've got. They totally have their shit together I. I'm like constantly. Turn all of this stuff over, and it's taken a lot of retraining, and it's still not ironclad to not to just sort of. Be Like Oh that's. The most charitable thing I can say is like well..

"kevin o" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"kevin o" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"And I don't think that that has to be antithetical to faith. That has to be antithetical to. I guess that's where I don't know. where I don't I guess if I was like to be listening to? An intellectual atheists making an argument about atheism. I'm sure there are parts of me in the council. Just as there are parts of me that are still attached to Catholic their parts that listen to that and and are going like. Yeah, I think that's more or less right about certain things but I'm also going like Oh my God stop talking. It's exhausting. And they're also parts of me so I if that makes you an atheist, leaning agnostic or Catholic indebted I don't know what that makes it, but but it makes it to me. It's like you're seeking something to thinking. You're trying to engage. You have the stuff that you move through. At times, but to me. This past as you move through to get to where you are to me. Reality adherents does not mean. You can't have like. Fake. Moving toward I just I, actually think it's the starting point like how if it's like you know if I can. If I can on a baseline level be. As close to reality as possible then I do get to like blossom into other things. It's for me and my life experience when I'm like going like I don't WanNa. Look at that. You know I don't really get very far anywhere or when I do, it's like. I certainly know that was with. We don't have to go to deeply into this, but in my in my marriage, I was there was a lot. that. I would have really done this. The other the other person and myself a great benefit to have had a conversation. That was this way. But I spent a lot of time afraid of the outcomes of that afraid of even having the thoughts and questions meant about myself. deciding it was my fault and my problem, and not to be communicated with this other person, and so I instead of doing this like going towards this. For a very very very very very very long time when I got back here, I still have to have the same conversation I would have had to have for however long, but now all of this obfuscating damage on the way there and I'm comfortable saying that out loud because. That's the truth I'm not I mean. It's uncomfortable because I wish it was not the case, but it's what what happened. And so the best thing I can do in my life now is not hide from stuff like that. I don't know where God is or isn't in that, but it seems to me like when I'm hiding from it I'm nowhere near that because. my life. Experiences indicated that to me, not just not instance. That's the biggest ticket one.

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"kevin o" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"kevin o" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Don't I don't know anything, but whatever I do. I don't think that's not how I think it works. Is that so so so then? I get why people are like radical in opposition to that I do get that person. It'd be like look at. I could go I. Don't WanNa go off the rails, but I do understand why people could look at what. Why someone would perceive for example, in our country, a certain iteration of. Christianity is connected to a certain kind of financial system are a certain kind of militarism, certain kinds of this that and the other thing and say like well if they believe that and they've claimed that and. Fuck that and it's like well. There can be a lot more room in the middle. For Your own. But I also understand why. There's some people who are like. Wow, even get in bed with all of that. Why not just like and to me? It's because. I couldn't put the question out of my head didn't feel answered and didn't feel like that was in a thorough neat felt neat, but it didn't feel real felt. Yes, that's going anyway. It's an option, but it's cutting something off like to get. To get rid of the question, you're cutting. You're losing something else with it by going that route I. Think Yeah I think you're I. Think you're doing it. In spite of yourself and I don't know what I don't I don't know what I think. About God. Being be work is or is not i. feel like it's almost a little presumptuous of me to to act like I could, but I do know for me. Again for me when I am not in adherence to reality. My life gets pretty messy, and my inner life is pretty messy, and the ways in which I am available to be of service to the people around me as pretty closed off and I recognize you get into all kinds of conversations about reality is or isn't, but there's a fair baseline we could try to agree to, and when I'm like running from reality in ignorance every -ality or trying to live my life. According to what I wish rather than according to what is there. I get in a lot of trouble realities. At least my starting point higher power for me where I'm like I've I've seen very clear examples just in my own personal life, but all kinds of stuff if you don't look too far around you when I'm like. Living Too much in. What I want something to be instead of reacting to what is actually in front of me. That gets to be pretty problematic for me pretty fast so. That's like the starting point for me. It's like What's Real and how do I get aligned with that? Feel like you'RE A. Bizarre Fan Yeah Yeah Yeah. I came in for Pedro or Whatever it's the same thing, but his a song I. Think it's called bearing witness, but it's talking about like. Kind of contrasting. What he came from and now saying. Would bearing witness really is. Calling out the thing that is, they're actually in front of you that the reality right and not. Not! Hiding from that in something that you wish, was there or something that you've been told as there, even though right in front of you, something else is presenting itself to be witnessed to be experienced. or at least that's how I take it..

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"kevin o" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"kevin o" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Because at that point you starting to like go I was like I'm like my Nieces Godfather. And I was going to be interviewed by the priests to be my niece's Godfather. That's something I took seriously, but it was also something where I was like. I'm going to have to be straight with the sky and tell him like. I'm not a practicing Catholic so if you WanNa tell, the parents have to pick somebody else. I totally understand but I do. Banning ever happens to them. You know I got her, but. I think I was going through my own process of grieving that and I think that somewhere in my mid twenties. Someone got in my ear about like you know. God and then there's like what people do with God. and. There's God and there's. This kind of a lot of like I. I remember telling a social worker therapist for forty five minutes. Who made the WHO had the audacity to suggest sick well, what is your relationship with Scott or spirituality and rattled off all of the? Richard Dawkins, and and and Sam Harris and remember other Shit I had internalized and far left radical And, and she was like very patients, and at the end was like well. That's very intelligent sounding, but you know you just talk to me about people for forty five minutes maybe next time. If you want, we can talk about God. And I was so. A At that person, but there was a crack crack crack in that. She was just enough where a few years later it was like and I. There is a lot of evolution for me around like certain community. Group. Self and peer group help stuff that that where there were people talking meditation spirituality and I was like taught to pray again as a by an atheist. Who was like? Nothing else you're doing works so to try this crater shower head. It's literally above you. Say just say out loud. The they find a few things you could say. Thank you for every morning to your shower and let's start there and. There was something very powerful about that to me whether I knew what it was where it was going. There was an active prostration to say like. I could probably find a few things every day to say thank you for a Nascar some help around. I don't know to whom or I don't I don't know I don't know if I expect an interventionist to scoop them from me, but I can certainly be like lit, nizing that which I am grateful for, and that which I need help with. Yeah, like there's something. Coming regardless of where you actually think is happening, there's something without a doubt within humans that is yearning to do some of those things to be thankful to something outside to feel like. There is a religious impulse. Just goes deep in us for some reason but. On the word gets tricky because. Religions have. We, we're society in a history and a culture of people. And for a very long time and still today, not saying anything anybody WHO's No hasn't said more intelligently than I could say it, but a lot of blood has been spilled in the name of God out of blood, spilled in the name of particular iterations of God and a lot of nation states have existed where someone had bastardized God to be like the Hammer, the bludgeon to marginalize keep. That never felt particularly right to me but I. also don't know how much of that I can really blame God unless I believe that God and whatever duration supposed to come down in stop people from doing it but I. don't that all feels to me like we're talking then at a level that is not how I act. Whatever I do I..

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