35 Burst results for "Kirsten"

Dr. Oz: John Fetterman's Reality Is Embarrassing

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Oz: John Fetterman's Reality Is Embarrassing

"It's a Pennsylvania race in the sense Obviously on these citizens of Pennsylvania can vote But it's not I mean you could be the 51st vote on everything from immigration policy to tax policy to an extension of the Trump tax cuts I mean this is a pivotal race and the problem here is that this is in marginal differences Doc It's not like wow it's a Kirsten cinema Joe Manchin type versus that's not what's going on here You have a guide to the left of Bernie Sanders and fetterman who's never had a job in his life Running to be the U.S. senator who could be deciding U.S. national policy This is a national race Well you're into the reality of his life It's a little bit embarrassing that he would be the potential Senate candidate from the Democratic Party Forget about from the Commonwealth The Democrats didn't want them They tried to block them and they were one vote short of endorsing his opponent who was a more centrist Democrat but this guy said if you like Joe Manchin don't vote for me because I'm not working with the moderate Democrats I definitely am not working with Republicans He is AOC on steroids Bernie Sanders by the way of endorsed each other called each other the two most progressive candidates in America Once the destroy all private healthcare But I don't even talk about that Because the main issue that's come up right now is the fact that he is advocating for anyone who takes the law pretty much The fraternal order of police endorsed the unanimously because they do test them so much He went through at least one third of all prisoners from our jails He believes in legalizing all drugs and then I'm going to tell you why that's important in a second He once also by the way open borders sanctuary cities All of the predictable things He really drew mentioned was wrong to hold back Joe Biden and they should have spent recklessly billions more which would of course worsen the 40 year inflation in all of us are suffering from But in

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Ukrainians flee grim life in Russian-occupied Kherson

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Ukrainians flee grim life in Russian-occupied Kherson

"As life in the Russian occupied town of Kirsten proves to be increasingly restrictive more and more residents are fleeing to other parts of Ukraine Carson was the first city to fall after Russia's February invasion of Ukraine At first many residents took to the streets to protest the occupation shouting kerson is Ukraine Carson resident Vladimir danov said the resistance was strong until the Russians started to crack down on them Then people started leaving activists who are somewhere in the city center they went to protest for quite a long time My friends went out every day until April there were fewer and fewer of them than the Russians dispersed them and fired both noise and gas projectiles The change in his town forced him to flee to Kyiv He lived your life built some relationships in one moment everything is turned upside down You don't know what will happen tomorrow So for us it's like being under a hood and it's very painful I'm Karen Chammas

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Sinema took Wall Street money while killing tax on investors

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Sinema took Wall Street money while killing tax on investors

"Democratic senator Kirsten sinema took nearly a $1 million in Wall Street money while killing attacks meant for the very same donors Sinema of Arizona has received nearly a $1 million in campaign contributions over the past year from private equity professionals hedge fund managers and venture capitalists whose interests she has staunchly defended in Congress That's according to an Associated Press review of campaign finance disclosures the revelation comes after cinema single handedly thwarted her party's long-standing goal of raising taxes on such investors Sinema says the contributions did not influence her thinking on the matter but many of cinema's fellow Democrats see her defense of the favorable tax treatment received by such investors as indefensible I'm Julie Walker

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Mykolaiv residents emerge after 54-hour curfew

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

Mykolaiv residents emerge after 54-hour curfew

"Residents of the southern Ukrainian city of Michael alive have emerged from a 54 hour curfew to queue for water and pick up food aid in a region has seen nearly daily bombardments from Russia Resident lud Myers started was forced from her village near Kirsten three months ago and has been living as an internally placed person in nearby Michael live since She tells the AP of course people are afraid Russia will advance even further to everyone's hoping that they will not reach us here and things will get better Her friend Natalya adds our village is occupied We want to be able to go there I want not only our village to be liberated but the whole of Ukraine Michael alive is less than 65 miles from cursing which came under Russian control early in the war and Ukrainian officials have vowed to retake it I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Who Will This 'New and Improved' IRS Target?

The Trish Regan Show

05:11 min | Last month

Who Will This 'New and Improved' IRS Target?

"In the meantime, back to this IRS thing. I mean, I'm just kind of offended. I sound like I'm like, you know, one of the woke ones right now, 'cause I'm offended, everything. But I'm offended when they think that the answer is to somehow just go after every Tom dick and Harry and Jane and Susan and Sally. And this is who will be affected. It will be your middle class. As much as they're going to try and tell you, oh, it's the 1%, no, no, no. Just in terms of, if you have that many IRS agents, who are they going to go after, and they can't, as I keep saying, they can't go after. The people that they should go after were just the billionaires, they get away with the great deal on the tax front because we've got lawmakers that are so concerned about making sure they have enough money for their next campaign. I told you yesterday about all the money. I mean, Kirsten sinema is one example. She's got donations individual donations from the private equity industry totaling over 500,000 for her last campaign. I mean, that is a lot of money, right? And I'm just looking at the numbers 54,900 from executives over at KKR, 35,000 at Carlisle, 27,300 over at Apollo. The private equity industry is a very big lobbying organization. In fact, they probably spend more money than any other industry right now. They're on K street and one of the reasons they're doing this is to give themselves the beneficial treatment when it comes to taxes. Do you know the Chuck Schumer? Collected 1.28 million from the private equity industry, including Blackstone and KKR, so you really think that he's that interested in raising taxes on this particular group of people. Go back and listen to Monday's podcast. If you want to explain or they're on why this is income and why it should be treated as income and why this is just highway robbery, frankly, of the American people and of our government, but these people in Washington I'll tell you the whole system is so darn corrupt. When you see what just went down. And when you see that they're going to effectively inflate, again, the U.S. economy artificially by spending all this money while simultaneously adding another 80 billion to go after everyday folks from the IRS all all while saying we're going to give a pass to those private equity investors. I mean, give me a break. It's not investment. It's income and they need to be taxed as such. Anyway, it's really pretty disgusting. But the whole thing is just disgusting. I mean, the idea that they want to pass this off, the name itself as somehow an inflation reduction act. Guys, you're just spending more money. All right, before I get to that, I do have one more thing I want to mention to you. You know, it's summer and we're all looking for movies and I don't know about you, but it's kind of hard sometimes. Kind of hard to find a good movie that you can enjoy watching that is representative of your values. I think that our values have gotten kind of lost and pop culture these days. And it's one of the reasons why I think it's important for all of us to think about what we're watching and who we're supporting when we watch it, right? Are you really into Disney right now with all their bogus? Or do you want to try and seek out some alternative sources of entertainment? This is where this movie in particular comes in. When I was a kid, I used to watch Cameron on that, what was that show? Oh, you know what? I got to look it up right now as I'm talking to you. This is how you know I'm recording in real time. He had that sitcom, when I was a kid, what was it? So anyone who can answer that in the questions below, extra super duper points, go to you. I'm going to come back to that in a second because it's going to drive me crazy. I remember that sitcom really, really well. Anyway, he's got a new movie out a new movie that he's backing. He's a very big Christian. He's an growing pains. Growing pains. That was the sitcom. I remember that now. Anyway, he's got a new movie that is just out. It's pretty neat. It's got a good message, and I think it's worth taking a look at as you're looking for things to watch and be entertained by. So this is called life Mark. And in this movie life Mark, it tells the story of David who has this very comfortable world that gets totally turned upside down when his birth mother, unexpectedly reaches out to him, and she's looking to meet him. He's 18 years old at that point. She only had the chance to hold him once, and she went looking for him and he finds this out. So it's really, it's an interesting storyline and probably one that happens a lot. He gets encouragement from his adopted parents, and so he embarks on this life altering journey, which really is a process of discovery and it leads to a pretty staggering truth from his past, inspired by a true story life mark is a powerful reminder that one decision, one choice can impact so much more than one life. It's a pro family pro love pro forgiveness pro reconciliation and pro new beginnings kind of movie.

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Pres. Trump Is Confident Manchin, Sinema Will Lose in November

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | Last month

Pres. Trump Is Confident Manchin, Sinema Will Lose in November

"Coming. Actions have consequences too. Will Joe Manchin pay a price? For betraying his constituents, we'll Kirsten cinema, pay a price. The two Democrats who could have gotten the moon. I mean, they could have gotten whatever they wanted if they would have just held firm and stood up to the antics of Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, will they? Well, president Trump was at cpac over the weekend in Dallas. And he made a promise what happened to Manchin and sinema, what happened, we're trying to figure out what the hell happened, where did this new philosophy come from? All of a sudden, 48 hours. I think if this deal passes, they will both lose their next election. I do believe that West Virginia and Arizona will not stand for what they did to them. So maybe this speech can stop them because when Manchin hears me say he's going to lose West Virginia and I'll go down and campaign against them as hard as anybody can. Huge roar from the crowd at cpac with Trump promising to campaign as hard as he can against Joe Manchin.

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Kyrsten Sinema Is BIG Beneficiary of Private Equity Lobbying Machine

The Trish Regan Show

01:44 min | Last month

Kyrsten Sinema Is BIG Beneficiary of Private Equity Lobbying Machine

"Let's dig in to what kyrsten sinema just actually did. Or maybe I should back up for a second and tell you how much money she gets from the private equity industry. Oh, turns out, individuals within the private equity industry. Accounted for more than $500,000 worth of donations made up 10% of her individual donors club. In the last cycle, and now it looks like this whole drama over her not signing anything, not going along with it. Oh, it was just over how much money they're allowed to really get paid and how much the IRS is going to go after them. So we get the IRS saying they're going to put $80 billion towards the hiring of tens and tens of thousands of new IRS agents to go after everyday Americans. Kyrsten sinema ensured that the private equity industry would continue to be able to pay less as a percentage basis of taxes for their income tax than school teachers, firefighters, or any of the administrative personnel that happens to work for them. I mean, yeah. That's what's happening in Washington, D.C.. You should be disgusted. I'm disgusted. Let me tell you a little more about Kirsten cinema and how much money she's getting individual donations, as I said, totaling more than $500,000 for a half a $1 million in campaign donations all from private equity individuals, including $54,900 from executives at KKR, 35,000 from Carlisle, 27,300 from Apollo 24,500 from crow holdings 23,300 from riverside.

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The Democrats' Climate Hopes Hinge on Krysten Sinema

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:21 min | Last month

The Democrats' Climate Hopes Hinge on Krysten Sinema

"The Democrats are still trying to convince kyrsten sinema to sign off on their giant climate and healthcare boondoggle, according to CNN, Democrats this week have the chance to validate their monopoly on political power in Washington, create a legacy of true significance for presidential what legacy that he spent the crapload of money. And even boost their hopes in daunting at midterm elections in three months. This is all according to the sycophants over at CNN. But first, they must push a back from the dead climate and healthcare initiative through the Senate using their tiny majority, notably by locking in the crucial vote of moderate Arizona senator Kirsten sinema, who has yet to sign off on a bill that may not save Democrats in November, but may at least give them a big new win to run. I know it doesn't. No, again, I ask you, what is the big new win? What is the top line of the bill? We spend $433 billion on climate change. In the middle of a massive energy spike, in terms of prices, in the middle of an economic recession, you're sucking money out of the American economy and raising taxes in order to do so. This is your win. I'm so doubtful is to the strategy. It demonstrates, again, I say it all the time. There's an echo chamber between the media and the Democrats. And so Democrats say, what if we do this thing that makes no sense? And they are like, if you do that, you'll be super popular. And then they do it. And they're not popular. And the Democrats are like, I have a new solution. What if we do the exact same thing, but like a little bigger? And the media are like, that's an amazing idea. You'll probably be super popular if you do that. And then they're not popular, because it turns out that the policy is garbage.

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Ukraine seeks to retake the south, tying down Russian forces

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Ukraine seeks to retake the south, tying down Russian forces

"Ukraine's seeking to retake the occupied parts of the south and tie down Russian forces Even as Moscow's war machine crawls across Ukraine's east trying to achieve the Kremlin's goal of securing full control over the country's industrial heartland Ukrainian forces are scaling up attacks to drive the occupiers from the territory they've seized since the start of the invasion including the southern region of Kirsten while Moscow has pledged to hold on to the occupied areas and take more ground around the country Ukrainian military analyst Olly Satan of notes that by stepping up the attacks in the south Kyiv has forced Russia to spread its forces I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Ukrainian forces strike key bridge in Russian-occupied south

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Ukrainian forces strike key bridge in Russian-occupied south

"Ukrainian forces have struck and seriously damaged a bridge that's key for supplying Russian troops in southern Ukraine The deputy head of the Moscow backed administration for the Russia control southern Kirsten region says the Ukrainian military have struck the bridge across the new river with missiles scoring 11 hits in remarks carried by the interfax news agency he added the bridge sustained serious damage but wasn't completely closed for traffic The British defense ministry says the bridge was likely still usable but it is a key vulnerability for Russian forces needed for Russia to supply or withdraw its forces in the territory its occupied west of the river I'm Charles De Ledesma

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John Zmirak: The Left Is Purging People for Power and Money

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:19 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak: The Left Is Purging People for Power and Money

"You have in this article at stream dot org. You lay this out. There are people who are waking up to this reality that the left no longer cares about truth. In other words, there was a time when you get a principled opponents. There were people on the left who said, well, I am pro life. Kirsten powers was one. There were senators, democratic senators, we have entered a new era. And it seems that the left has gotten really clear about the fact that they don't believe in the left is purging people like Glenn greenwald and Naomi wolf, who believe in truth, like Tulsi Gabbard. There's no more room on the left for sincere leftists. The left has realized it is all about power and money. It has that in common with big corporations with big pharma with Pfizer with Google with Microsoft. They are more and more openly simply the party of the 1%, the 1% is leftists because they figured out that's what is more profitable. That's what makes it easier to concentrate power

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Even CNN Knows Democrats Are in Trouble Following Primaries

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Even CNN Knows Democrats Are in Trouble Following Primaries

"But once in a while, they, they function as useful idiots. And I am proud to play a clip for you from one of the most insufferable CNN hosts Don lemon, who was hosting a panel last night late into the night after the red wave midterm or after the red wave primaries held in a number of states, South Carolina, Nevada, Texas, great news for the Republican Party, shocking news out of Texas, where a first time candidate, a young woman named Myra Flores, came along and as I understand it, it's the first time in a hundred years that a Democrat held seat in Congress in the Rio Grande valley of Texas has flipped to the Republicans. First time in a hundred years, an extraordinary story, so I want to play. I want to start this hour playing for you a Don lemon CNN clip because I think it will put a smile on your face. Texas 34, the movement of Hispanic voters towards the Republican Party and that part of Texas to me is one of the biggest stories of the night. I know it's not quite final yet, but it's a big deal. What do you make of that do you see a trouncing Kirsten? I think Scott is indicating that there's going to be a trouncing of Democrats come midterms. Do you agree with that? Well, I think that is sort of the expectation. And I think if we look at it even historically, this was I mean, we were all predicting quite some time ago, even before Joe Biden's approval ratings got to the point that they are, the Democrats are going to have a hard time because historically that's what happens to the president's

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"kirsten" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

02:15 min | 4 months ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"It <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> up. <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> We have <Speech_Music_Female> a last final <Speech_Music_Female> question <Speech_Music_Female> for both of you. <Speech_Female> What is the one <Speech_Female> thing that you like <Speech_Female> to do? That's an <Speech_Female> instant confidence <Speech_Female> booster, <Speech_Female> whether you're headed <Speech_Female> out to a summer event or <Speech_Female> just looking yourself in the <Speech_Female> mirror in the <Speech_Female> morning, you <Speech_Female> need that good mood <Speech_Female> energy does not <Silence> have to be related to <Speech_Female> hair, <SpeakerChange> <Silence> what's your confidence <Speech_Female> tip? <Speech_Female> I start <Speech_Female> the day by, <Speech_Female> you know, just <Speech_Female> give yourself a compliment <Speech_Female> first thing you do when you get up <Speech_Female> in the mirror say something <Speech_Music_Female> nice to yourself. <Speech_Female> And then my second <Speech_Music_Female> tip is <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> put on <Speech_Music_Female> some good tunes <Speech_Male> like <Speech_Female> cake <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> but I do <Speech_Female> so listen to Priyanka <Speech_Music_Female> because you gotta <Speech_Female> get the jams <Speech_Music_Female> right in the morning <Speech_Female> and that helps so much. <Speech_Female> You put some <Speech_Female> good music on while you're <Speech_Female> getting ready and like <Speech_Female> it just put <Speech_Music_Female> your mind and like the <Speech_Music_Female> right frame for <Speech_Music_Female> the day. So <Speech_Female> I think <SpeakerChange> that's my <Speech_Male> go to. <Speech_Male> Yeah. <Speech_Music_Female> What about you? <Speech_Music_Male> I love <Speech_Music_Male> that artist <Speech_Music_Male> that artist <SpeakerChange> and Priyanka <Speech_Female> is really <Speech_Female> up and coming. <Speech_Female> Yeah. <Speech_Male> Yeah. I've <Speech_Male> been coming <Speech_Music_Male> future Met Gala attendee. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> I don't know <Speech_Male> why, but like humans <Speech_Male> are conditioned to hate themselves. <Speech_Male> It's <Speech_Male> true. I don't know where that <Speech_Male> came from or why that's <Speech_Male> a thing. So <Speech_Male> I actually want to like <Speech_Male> emphasize <Speech_Male> Kirsten's advice <Speech_Male> to compliment <Speech_Male> yourself and give yourself <Speech_Male> credit for something, even <Speech_Male> if you're failing at something <Speech_Male> like give yourself <Speech_Male> credit for <Speech_Male> at least trying it <Speech_Male> and give <Speech_Male> yourself some grace. <Speech_Male> I'm somebody that's super <Speech_Male> hard on myself and I <Speech_Male> always feel like I'm not doing <Speech_Male> enough. And <Speech_Male> then I take a step back <Silence> and I'm like, what are you <Speech_Male> thinking? <Speech_Male> You're fine. <Speech_Music_Male> You're fine. <Speech_Music_Male> So that's <Speech_Male> a thing. Music <Speech_Male> is the thing. And for <Speech_Male> me and I'm not and I <Speech_Male> know it's not supposed to be hair <Speech_Male> related, but especially <Speech_Male> out of drag, like <Speech_Male> when I do <Speech_Male> do my hair and <Speech_Male> spreading it with <Speech_Male> the 7 one miracle <Speech_Male> mist and like <Speech_Male> blow dry it and <Speech_Music_Male> use it with the <Speech_Male> round brush <Speech_Music_Male> and like really quash it <Speech_Music_Male> up and push it back <Speech_Male> and feel <Speech_Male> like that's when I feel like <Speech_Male> damn girl he was at your <Speech_Female> hair. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> It was funny 'cause like <Speech_Female> during pandemic, <Speech_Female> I would go to <Speech_Female> the grocery store and <Speech_Music_Female> like sweatpants, <Speech_Female> no makeup, but I would <Speech_Female> do my hair. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Yeah, it's just that <Speech_Female> like one thing I was like, <Speech_Female> I'm gonna be bounced <Speech_Music_Female> around on the street looking <Speech_Music_Female> good today <SpeakerChange> for my little <Speech_Music_Female> mental health walk. <Speech_Female> But <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> yeah, you know, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> it gives that to you. <Speech_Music_Female> So I mean, take <Speech_Music_Female> that little bit of time

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"kirsten" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:59 min | 4 months ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"That. Not touch my hand girl. I'm your sister. You know what I'm saying? Limos. Is that a thing? A 100%. I think so. Or it's like suburban. Suburbans. Yeah. And beyond taria with the limo just pulled up. And I was like, woohoo. Yeah, like everybody's doing their own things these days, and that is what's being embraced as being yourself, being your own individual, break every rule in the book. I think that's really key, like nobody should get hung up and being like, everybody's got to wear the big prom dress. And big huge hair. It's like, do whatever you want. Go to prom with a Mohawk in a suit if you want. It doesn't matter. You know what though I do love the little clips. I have to say, like that we saw at the Met Gala and stuff, like all those little butterfly clips and the little flower clips and all that stuff that's back again. I think is so cute. Like if I was going to prom. I'd probably be rocking something like that, I think. Nostalgia right now. So it's kind of like stepping back into the baby one more time Britney eras and to all the kind of stuff with everything clothing and hair and makeup and stuff now. It's nice because now instead of going for more like simplistic hairstyle, everyone's going for something a little bit more brighter and louder. Yeah. Which is like, how would you be? What are you wearing deprived? Do you have something prepared Priyanka? Are you, do you know yet? I know everything. I'm literally just my goal is to look like Beyoncé on tour all month long. That's my goal. So why is this sparkly costumes? I love wearing because I perform so much. I love wearing hair that's out of my face, like a jacked bang, you keep the hair back on one side, or I love a half a half down. We know I do. Yes. One time Kirsten took off a ponytail extension that she wore was wearing on set. It was on my head. I was like, here, this is yours. It was amazing. So yeah, I would say gorgeous. I would.

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Kirsten Gillibrand: These Justices Have Crossed a Line

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 5 months ago

Kirsten Gillibrand: These Justices Have Crossed a Line

"Let's have some peace and quiet. Unless you're Kirsten gillibrand, my friend texted me over the weekend, like I said when I was flying back saying you can't believe the way Kirsten gillibrand. The New York senator is ranting and raving to Jake tapper on CNN. Here's a little bit of what she sounded like. I'm very concerned that these justices have crossed a line that no one believed would be crossed. That they would purposefully create the impression that they would not overrule settled precedent and that it was not only deserving of do weight and the importance of precedent, but because it had been reaffirmed that it deserves more weight and then go ahead and overturn it, especially with the reasoning that justice Alito makes in this draft opinion. It's outrageous. And so Jake, back to the point. I think we should get rid of the filibuster. I think we should vote for our values. I believe we should fight for everything we believe in at this moment. This is about basic equality. It's about whether women in America have a right to make these decisions. Whether they have a right to decide who and when they have children with under what circumstances, you know, I wish Jake tapper would have said, senator, are you glad your mom didn't abort you? I mean, it's Mother's Day. Are you relieved that your mom made the choice to bring you into the world?

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Charlie Weighs in on Krysten Sinema and the Filibuster Debate

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 sec | 5 months ago

Charlie Weighs in on Krysten Sinema and the Filibuster Debate

"Try and repeal the filibuster, kyrsten sinema, who is just she's something else. You gotta give her credit. She is an unusual duck. I'll tell you what. So Kirsten sinema comes out and defends the filibuster in a statement criticizing decision to overturn roe versus wade. She says, quote, protections in the Senate safeguarding against the erosion of women's access to healthcare have been used to half dozen times in the past ten years and more important now than ever. Throughout my time in Congress, I've always supported women's access to healthcare. I'm a co sponsor of the women's health protection act, and I'll continue to work with anyone protecting women's ability to make their decisions about their futures. She's still defending the filibuster, which means that you can not go to, you can not use the filibuster to repeal not repeal to enshrine or to codify roe versus weight. That's the word I'm looking for. Cut 38,

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Harris positive for COVID-19, Biden not 'close contact'

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Harris positive for COVID-19, Biden not 'close contact'

"The the the the White White White White House House House House says says says says vice vice vice vice president president president president Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Harris Harris Harris Harris tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive for for for for the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus the the the the plan plan plan plan is is is is for for for for the the the the vice vice vice vice president president president president to to to to isolated isolated isolated isolated home home home home and and and and work work work work remotely remotely remotely remotely the the the the White White White White House House House House says says says says she she she she tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive on on on on both both both both rapid rapid rapid rapid and and and and PCR PCR PCR PCR test test test test but but but but has has has has exhibited exhibited exhibited exhibited no no no no symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms Harris's Harris's Harris's Harris's press press press press secretary secretary secretary secretary Kirsten Kirsten Kirsten Kirsten Allen Allen Allen Allen said said said said neither neither neither neither president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden or or or or First First First First Lady Lady Lady Lady Jill Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is considered considered considered considered a a a a close close close close contact contact contact contact in in in in recent recent recent recent days days days days Harris Harris Harris Harris received received received received her her her her second second second second coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus shot shot shot shot around around around around the the the the time time time time she she she she was was was was sworn sworn sworn sworn in in in in last last last last year year year year and and and and received received received received a a a a second second second second booster booster booster booster shot shot shot shot earlier earlier earlier earlier this this this this month month month month the the the the diagnosis diagnosis diagnosis diagnosis comes comes comes comes a a a a month month month month after after after after Harris's Harris's Harris's Harris's husband husband husband husband Doug Doug Doug Doug M. M. M. M. Hoff Hoff Hoff Hoff recovered recovered recovered recovered from from from from the the the the virus virus virus virus at at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Life Imitates Art With 'Wag the Dog'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:21 min | 6 months ago

Life Imitates Art With 'Wag the Dog'

"Everybody needs to go back and rent the 1997 classic movie wag the dog. In it Robert De Niro plays a political consultant who gets called in by a president who's been caught having sex with a campfire girl in The White House. So in order to the election is in two weeks, in order to distract people, they make up a fake war with Albania and then they film the war and they have Kirsten Dunst and they dress her up as a peasant running with a bag of Cheetos, but later they Photoshop it to be her doll. And they just, they manufacture this crisis out of thin air. That is exactly what they did with COVID. It's what they did with George Floyd. It's what they did with Jussie Smollett with Russia collusion, it's what they're doing now with the Ukraine and I guarantee you if that tragic war ends tomorrow, the very next day, we're going to learn that systemic racism lies behind putting things in alphabetical order. And that using alphabetical order is a continuation of slavery and it was invented by a slaveholders conspiracy and the Catholic Church is tied up in it and we all have to repent using alphabetical order. Now, you think I'm kidding. I just took that from a real headline that said that the Dewey decimal system is systemically racist.

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Kamala Harris Names New Press Secretary After Staff Exodus

The Trish Regan Show

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Kamala Harris Names New Press Secretary After Staff Exodus

"Getting back to Kamala and her staff exodus. This is just amazing. Ten of them now. Out the door. Out the door. And now she's got a new person who's coming over from HHS where she'd been working on the COVID response team. Her name is Kirsten Allen, coming over and joining her team, but you know what's just amazing is how many people have left just recently, right? There were three high profile departures bringing the total number of departures to somewhere around ten. I just questioned why it is that this woman, our vice president, can't seem to keep anybody in their roles. I mean, what exactly is going on?

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"kirsten" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:16 min | 8 months ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"It's like, okay, you know, you're done with this scene, getting to school. I mean, that's just the worst as a child. I can only imagine. And so those were both 94, then 95 is Jumanji. You and some other kids with Robin Williams. And in fact, that's the first time I think I remember going to the movies and seeing you. I don't think I would have necessarily gone as a kid to go see interview with the vampire or little lemon. But I guess for you, I'm wondering as to have a bang bang bang of those three movies within it could even be in terms of the release dates within a within a period of a year, something around that, you were in a situation that very few other child actors would have been in at that moment. And I wonder, in fact, I had read that there was some kind of an interaction with another kid at the oakwood who didn't even know that you were Kirsten Dunst and said something about that, right? Yes, the day after I got in your Ruth a vampire, I think I was walking to their little convenience store and I don't know, maybe these kids are talking and started talking to me and then one of the little girls was like, oh, my agent said that I'm the next Kirsten Dunst and you know I just I don't think I said anything. I was just, you know, I knew better, listen, I grew up going to New York on a to auditions in the 80s. You know what I mean? I knew when to shut my mouth and walk away. I didn't, you know, I grew up street smart so I wasn't I didn't indulge in things that I didn't feel like I needed to. So I just walked away. But I was going to say that I really had no conception. When you say this, that there was all in pretty much a calendar year. I didn't even realize that myself, Scott. I was so in my own world with my best friend Molly and my school, and then I'd go to work. And then I'd come back to my school, but I never, which is so good. I never worried about whether something was successful or not, or whether I was successful or not. I was just kind of doing my thing. And that wasn't even, I just was pretty innocently just doing my thing and not really worrying about anything else. Now for a kid entering their teens, that's not an easy period, whether you're a regular kid in cheboygan or certainly not easy if you're an up and coming actress, I'm sure in Hollywood and I'm looking at how you navigated those years and you know there's little bits of things wag the dog or a voice in Anastasia, whatever. And in fact, there's a back to back to back shooting period. I don't know the order, but I know these were all shot back to back to back and came out in 99 of drop dead gorgeous dick and then the virgin suicides, which I'm definitely going to ask you about. But I wonder just in terms of deciding what you are interested in and comfortable doing, as you think back, I mean, I believe there was another movie that came out in 1999 that you declined to participate in and it happened to be the movie that won the best picture Oscar for that year. American Beauty, but you kind of had in your mind, what you were and were not comfortable doing at that point, right?.

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"kirsten" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:58 min | 8 months ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I heard Christina Ricci and a bunch of other people may have tried out and in fact, I just want to read back a quote if I can from Stephen willey who was a producer of that. This was from 1994. Quote, we started looking at 6 year olds, which is about Claudia's age in the book, but the role is too demanding for 6 year old. We needed a child with a mind capable of grasping the fine points of the difficult monologues, Claudia has and Kirsten was the first actress we saw. She gave a wonderful reading, but we thought it was too good to be true. So we saw thousands of other girls in the end, we came to kerson. She's quite extraordinary in the part. And then Tom Cruise also just to add said quote, we're all in our maturity as an actress. There seems to be the experience of a 35 year old actress in the body of this little girl close quote. From your perspective, do you remember about just was it a big deal to even be kind of auditioning for that part? And then take me through where it went from there. It was an enormous deal. Well, I didn't know I was one of the first people they saw. I never read those quotes, you know? So it's cool for me to even hear you read those. I worked very hard with my acting coach, John Ho, who's my acting coach at the time, and just he just made me stand things in a way that was safe for my little mind, you know? I remember him having me slam a door a bunch of times just to like, because there's something really scary about doing that and it brought up a lot of emotion for me. So there were ways that he would kind of help me understand how to get to certain places, but also he was very protective too. I remember there was a scene where, you know, I talked to Brad, I think about wanting to be older and like kind of caress his cheek, or there's something about it that seems more womanly. But you know, instead of talking to me about anything like that, he said, you know, when you're you know when you steal your brother's toy and he asks you where it is and you know where it is, but you're not going to tell him where it is. So that immediately gives a precocious kind of look in a face that is not necessarily. It's not sexual at all. You know what I mean? It's like just, but it has a similar feeling. So I think, listen, I went through so many auditions. It was insane. I remember one of my auditions at the sunset Marquis Neil Jordan talked to my mom after him was like, she met totally okay. Because I was crying and shit. I mean, I think at that point, I had done this so many times and worked so hard on it that I just was like ready, like a horse in the ready to go in the race. You know what I mean? Right. I mean, just to remind people because you talk about there being some grown up scenes and whatever, which is obviously the nature of the part that you were asked to play..

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"kirsten" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:33 min | 8 months ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning in to the 426 episode of awards chatter, The Hollywood Reporter's awards pod test. I'm the host Scott feinberg. And my guest today is an outstanding actress who is just 39, but has been doing great work for some 30 years already. She became a child star thanks to a remarkable performance opposite Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt in Neil Jordan's 1994 film interview with the vampire garnering her first Golden Globe nomination at the age of just 12. During her teens, she began leading a double life becoming a teen idol through films like 2000s, bring it on and the original Spider-Man trilogy, which rolled out in 2002, 2004 and 2007, while also earning critical acclaim. For the first two of her three collaborations with Sofia Coppola, 1990 9s the virgin suicides, and 2006s Marie Antoinette. After a bit of a hiatus from the screen, she returned as a full fledged adult on screens, big and small, winning the Cannes Film Festival's best actress prize for Lars von trier's melancholia in 2011, and Golden Globe nominations for her work as the leads of two TV series, FX's Fargo in 2015 and showtime's on becoming a God in Central Florida in 2019, but never has her work been better received than it was in 2021. When she played rose, a woman in the old west, who is tormented by her troubled brother in law, in Jane campions, the power of the dog, for which she has garnered best supporting actress Golden Globes, sag, and critics choice award nominations with an Oscar nomination likely to follow. Kirsten Dunst. Over the course of our conversation, dunston and I discussed the pros and cons of child stardom. And why she credits Sofia Coppola with helping her to successfully transition into grown-up parts. Why she has always resisted efforts to turn her into a more conventional movie star from refusing to have her teeth fixed to shunning opportunities to play romantic leads outside of the Spider-Man franchise, why she is particularly proud to be associated with campion and the power of the dog, in which her real life husband Jesse Plemons plays her on screen husband, just as he did when they first met while shooting the second season of Fargo plus much more. And so, without further ado, let's go to that.

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Ex-Labor Secretary Reich Says Democrats Should Assault Sinema

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Ex-Labor Secretary Reich Says Democrats Should Assault Sinema

"Now, last night, former Clinton secretary of labor and Harvard professor Robert Reich tweeted out, tonight, Republican senators lined up to shake Kirsten sinema's hand. Democratic senators should have given her the backs of their hands. After withering criticism for apparently encouraging violence against women, he deleted that tweet. What do you make of that tweet by Robert Reich? It shows you that he is part of this cabal behind the curtain that is pushing forward, very vigorously this socialist agenda. And they know they have a very narrow window to push this through. They're fully aware of that.

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"kirsten" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:43 min | 9 months ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Time that dense has starred opposite her now husband, Jesse Plemons, with whom she has two children. The first time was on the FX series Fargo. Kirsten Dunst, welcome to fresh air and congratulations on the film. Thank you. You're a character who rose starts as incredibly capable. And as her situation changes and she goes to the ranch and feels isolated and alone and ridiculed. She becomes profoundly depressed. Did you behave differently when you were on set, but not on camera? You know, when you're just like waiting to be called. When you were capable when your character was capable versus when your character was depressed? Yes, that definitely rubs off into the way that you are on set. I don't consciously do that unless I feel the need that I have to really isolate for some reason. In the dinner scene with the parents that come to visit, I remember not talking much that day, just so that the first time that I spoke, my voice sounded really choked up. You know, I think there was a lump in my throat, which it worked. It didn't end up in the film, but it happened. So that was worth it. But Benedict and I, we didn't talk on set, which it was helpful. We didn't have many scenes together, but it was just, I think those things that are helpful for him as an actor also helped set bring another energy to the set as well. The movie made me think among other things about what marriage was like then for a lot of people. I mean, Jesse Plemons character proposes to you because you seem like a very nice, very decent, very caring individual, and he kind of needs a wife and you enthusiastically say yes, because you're a widow or you're on your own, basically in the middle of nowhere and you could really use a husband. And I mean, you have feelings for each other, but it's not like it is now where you really get to know a person beforehand and maybe you move in together. And before you actually get married. So it made me think about that distance between many people as they're getting married..

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"kirsten" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Fresh Air

"My guest Kirsten Dunst is one of the stars of the new film the power of the dog, which is streaming on Netflix. It's been turning up on many ten best lists, including Justin Chang's are film critic, who called the film a magnificent western psychodrama. Dunst was described in the November issue of Vogue as the current FrontRunner for 2020 twos best supporting actress Oscar. She got her start in movies at age 8 in bonfire of the vanities. At 11, she played a vampire in interview with the vampire. She starred in arthouse films like Lars von trier's melancholia and Sofia Coppola's the virgin suicides and Marie Antoinette, as well as in more mainstream films like bring it on, and the Spider-Man movies. Her new film, the power of the dog, was directed by Jane campion and a set in Montana in 1925. Dense plays a widow who runs a small inn in a one street town with the help of her son who's a young adult. Two brothers, played by Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons, who own a ranch, are leading a cattle drive, hurting the cattle to market. On the way they stop at dunst in and dining hall. Cumberbatch is macho in his condescending and nasty to others, including his brother. Plemons a soft spoken and business like, when dense son serves them dinner, cumberbatch mocks him for being effeminate. Plemons stays to pay the bill, and finds dunst in tears, upset by how Clement's brother treated her son. Plemons soon married her and brings her back to the ranch, where his brother torments her and her son when you visit. The story has many surprising twists and turns as campion explores the image of rugged masculinity that cumberbatch embodies and slowly reveals what's going on beneath that surface..

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"kirsten" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast

The Marie Forleo Podcast

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"kirsten" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast

"Is available now. Kirsten, thank you so much for coming on the show and congratulations on this beautiful book. I know it is not easy to put one of these together. It's not your first one, but how do you feel now that it's done? Oh, well, it's so nice to have it done. It's like now the baby's going out into the world. And so of course, you're like, be nice to my baby. Yeah, of course. And it was honestly coming out at the perfect time, both what we're experiencing and have been experiencing, right? Collectively for years now, but I think seasonally. As I was opening the show, I was talking about, you know, we're coming up on the holiday season. And most of us are going to see folks, whether family members, neighbors, Friends, Friends of Friends, that are going to come to our parties or we're going to be at a dinner or we're going to be at some kind of gathering. And inevitably, conversations may pop up that involve people who have very different and opposing views. So we'll get into the tactical stuff in a few minutes. But for people who don't know your work, what inspired you to write this book to help all of us navigate times like these. Well, it's a certain extent my daily life was kind of like Thanksgiving dinner every single day. So, you know, I'm a political analyst at CNN. And so I would have to go in every day and be around people who are saying things where I was like, what? And I have to talk to them and have to interact with them and one thing I noticed really 2016, which was very different than before, where I was around people who thought things different than I thought, but we need to acknowledge that things have changed. It is harder. We're not imagining that. That's happening. What I realized was that I was taking it all on, right? I wasn't just having the conversation. I was basically leaving the studio fuming all the way home coming in the house, ranting and raving laying in bed at night, like just doing. And eventually, I got to a point, then it was around 2018 and I wish I hadn't taken quite so long, but I got to a point where I hit a wall, and I just said, this is unsustainable. I can't live like this. I'm miserable. I'm anxious. I'm tired. I'm my body hurts. This is just, I can't do this. And I'm not helping anybody. Right? That was the big thing. It's like, who is this helping?.

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"kirsten" Discussed on Typology

Typology

06:43 min | 11 months ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Typology

"Extending grace to others. Yeah. Yeah, and like I said, if you're not a believer, it's just looking at the person saying, you know, just seeing their humanity and that they're more than whatever it is in that case that makes you think that they're crazy or they have crazy ideas that there's so much there's so much more to them and that I'm sure that they think you have crazy ideas too, right? It goes both ways. And so but I think that the more we can have some contact with real people that think differently than us, it also helps a lot because when we the social science shows that now sometimes it can make you actually can actually make it worse. But most of the time some social science where they would ask people ask a Republican what they thought about Democrats and vice versa and they'd say they're evil or we'd be better off large numbers of them died, things like that, right? But then if you ask somebody, do you know anybody who is a member of the other party who you like and or maybe respect, not a friend, just a person that you know and as soon as I started thinking about that person, they would start depolarizing because they went from this kind of abstract idea that of course is completely formed by the rhetorical dope peddlers, right? It's not based on any actual experience. And then when I thought about the person that they actually knew, they would be able to say, yeah, I don't really agree with anything that they believe in, but they're a good person, you know? I mean, I can see, I like them. And so and so if we can do that, it will help us depolarize and I've done that. I've done that around the vaccine mandate because everybody I know pretty much. And I was talking to somebody about it and I was saying everybody I know got vaccinated. And then I thought, you know what? Actually, that's not true. I said, actually, I have a friend who didn't get vaccinated. And because she's just always been against vaccines, she's very into health and wellness and she doesn't like pharmaceuticals and whatever. And I don't agree with her. And I just thought when I think about her, I love her. And right? And so it's just so different when you think about it in the abstract, it's like you have all these feelings, but when you think about an actual person that you know, that doesn't mean I've changed my opinion. I'm just saying that it keeps me out of the demon and demonization space. Which, again, for me, was just harming me. What's the quote that you quote Dorothy Soleil? What is it that she says? Oh, seeing it's basically seeing humanity with the eyes through the eyes of God. Yeah. And so which is obviously a very different way. I think than we tend to look at each other. Right. And that's why for me, I keep referring to grace as a practice because I think it's something that it was not, you know, Rome is not built in a day. It takes time and there's a lot of different things you have to do, whether it's dealing with your issues, developing humility, learning, boundaries, learning how to have how to practice healthy conflict, probably the first time you try to do it, it's not going to go perfectly. That doesn't mean you can't keep trying to do it. You know, learning how to engage in non judgment, how to not label other people's behavior. But at the same time, you can continue to name problems and this is already happening to me because I'm on CNN talking about politics and Republicans are mad at me about things that I'm saying. And then they're emailing me and they're saying, well, that's not graceful that you said this or that's not graceful that you said that. And it's like, look, me disagreeing with you or even saying something that upsets you does not lack grace. So, you know, and if we're being honest, what about you having grace for me? What about you considering the fact that rather than going immediately to you're just, you're just a horrible person, you're so unkind, you're saying these horrible things. What if you stopped and thought she actually really believes what she's saying? And I don't agree with her and but this is her perspective. And she's not saying it to be mean or to be unkind. She's an analyst, and she's analyzing a situation. And that is going to require me to sometimes say critical things. That's very different than me saying that anybody who believes this or anybody who does this is irredeemable is rotten to the core or those kinds of things, right? And so I just think for so long we've seen grace weaponized. And I consider that weaponizing grace. I think when you go to somebody and you try to make them not name problems in society by invoking grace, your weaponizing it. Because that's not what it's for. And that is what has been used for for a lot of marginalized groups. When people have complained about racism, they've been told, you know, we're all sinners, just have grace. You know, sort of the spiritual bypassing. And it's like, no, look, people can say things that are critical that doesn't lack grace. That would be like saying MLK lacked grades, which people did say, right? But that wasn't true. You know, people said it was divisive. But it wasn't divisive. It was just it was just speaking the truth about the humanity of African Americans. So I think some of this is unlearning some of the things that we have thought about grace. And recognizing that that is something different and that it's also not you know another thing that people say to me is like, well, you know, grace is just the easy way out. It's just letting people off the hook and it's just, you know, it's just easier to give people grace. And I say, if you think grace is easy, you've never practiced grace. Because if you want to know what's easy, it's demonizing and hatred. I can tell you it is like breathing. I can do it so fast. It is not, it takes zero effort to hate and demonize people. So to actually practice grace is actually takes incredible strength. Okay, I am speaking with my good friend Kirsten powers, author of the new book, saving grace, speaking your truth, stay centered in learn to coexist with people who drive you nuts. I want you to know endorsed by John meacham. Good. Endorsed by Don lemon, easy get. Not necessarily. Oh, come on..

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"kirsten" Discussed on hey, girl.

hey, girl.

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"kirsten" Discussed on hey, girl.

"Clap fellow. Drop i guess. I want people to know about bobby that we are here. Because communities show representation of black joy and bolster inclusivity within the children's where arena and You can find bobby. At world of bobby g. o. B. y. dot com where on instagram at the same handle world. Bobby yes come shock with. Guess it's the stuff is very cute. Y'all and I'll make sure to put the link in the episode notes Huston this was wonderful. I'm so proud of you. We are rooting for you. This is an amazing amazing thing you've made and we look forward to continuing to support for having me on you know my instagram that we so it's always very to talk to you. Thank you for having of course. Of course okay actually way before we go hold on. I have to ask you the question. Okay so if you were mentoring your younger self. What would you tell her. You always come with the deep thought. I was going to let you go without a deeply right okay. I was anchoring way under. So what would i tell her. I would just tell her that. Just heat doing the right thing that you feel on your heart and now you're being pushed in like moves towards just keeping yourself keep being authentic and show up no matter what no matter you know. Don't let anyone tell you or make you feel like he can't show up full yourself. That's why i want. Because even though i've been like a very competent person i think there was appeared in my life where i just i played it small and i don't ever wanna do that and i don't want. I want her to know that she'd never has to do that. Because that's not the life that god has into. Thanks for listening to the show today please. Rate subscribe and review also feel free to share with a friend. We love having our community grow. Music is by zone koci. Hey girl podcast is produced by wayne bertram in me alexander..

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"kirsten" Discussed on hey, girl.

hey, girl.

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"kirsten" Discussed on hey, girl.

"I love that in on so many different levels because it's so necessary especially for black parents for parents of color is so vital and important that we have the space to show up in that way and for our children to have the space to do the same are. This is something that you mentioned. That really kind of struck a core with me. What his you know. The elsa dress in isla is obsessed with elsa and she wants the else addresses. And i refuse to buy them. And of course we love the disney princesses too. I know that that you know what people say. Let's just kids and blah blah blah. And i get it but it's different for black kids and so and it just is and i have a very diverse community who listens to this show and some people may not like me saying that but is that if the truth and so i am i refuse. You can watch a movie you can pretend to be also when you play with your sister if you want to. But i'm not getting the nightgowns and the toothbrushes. I'm not doing that. Because i know what that did to me. Growing up seeing people. That didn't look like me and wanting to be the characters and so it say that honestly because for one i was that mom and target like up no komo. We need to get that all. We don't get a dog. That looked a little bit more like us like you know. Now i've been like you know we have a diaper baby hold of but it's interesting. You say that. Because i wondered about the print if other you know races or ethnicities. Were going to. You know that weren't necessarily lack moms or had black children whether they're biracial or whatever. It looks like if they were going to buy the print. You know i thought about that. I i was like maybe i shouldn't make you know so many different colors made. It was thought in my head. But i was like no. Of course. I'm doing it but now it's just going to be an experimental see as we've been under represented and had to buy what the now majority in of these prints have been now. I'm trying to see what that looks like in reverse. That wasn't the reason. I made it of course but i do believe that. A lot aren't willing to do that. You know what i mean. And that's fine but it's it just speaks to a deeper issue on. I'm black girls in society. You know what i mean and not to wear the as as as a badge of honor. You know what i mean. That's the thing that's the thing. The badge of honor thing. I guess we believe in diversity and inclusion and there are black people in the world why folks hispanic asian folks etcetera but we are black household and we want our children to feel like they are represented and that they are loved for you know how they look and how they think in all of these other you know great things but when you have a toddler are even a young charlie. She'll be fourteen and their main reason why we locked her hair when she was nine was because she only wanted to wear it straight..

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"kirsten" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

Red, Blue, and Brady

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

"So there's something that i say to A lot of my clients when they bring these cases. I told it to to kirsten's sons and that is that every year about one hundred thousand people in america or shot about thirty to forty thousand of them are killed and of that hundred thousand. They have husbands wives sons daughters. Friends co workers c. can easily come up with over a million people. Every year affected in some way from a shooting. Put that over ten years. You're well into the millions of victims and of those millions of victims every ten years a very small handful of them take action to prevent other people from suffering that harm. And i do not hold it against anyone who doesn't take action. They've endured far too much already. But for those like kirsten's family who do go the extra mile bring a lawsuit solely to prevent other people from suffering like they have to me. Those are the greatest american heroes i can think of. So there's it is an honor to represent them and you know personally i can say it. They don't have to be great people but they are. And certainly kirsten's sons are just wonderful young men which of course in one of the consequences of of the work that we're in we never get to meet the kirsten england so the world we just hear about them and they do get a sense of her because of the sort of people her sons are so you know i do feel a bond with them But also with kirsten. In a way from how. I've gotten to know her through her family. I have a picture of kirsten And her sons on the wall. My office With the with pictures of many of the people who've been killed who We've represented over the years and that's a constant reminder of why we do what we do at brady if you're cool with that and i'm going to ask you on air so that then you have to be. I would love to take a picture of in front of your photo wall. Because the first time i came to talk to you in your office i couldn't help it get distracted. You just look at the giant wall of photos and then to know. That's not even what would you say like half of the people that you represented or but also right yes but also then to know that people were on that wall.

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"kirsten" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

Red, Blue, and Brady

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

"It's been my privilege to litigate these sorts of cases for about twenty two years now for brady and people come to know that when there is a potential claim against a gun company. Did something wrong that contributed to crime We're the people to go to to advise them. And if there is a legitimate sued to to bring it and so we were brought into this case and looked into it and it certainly was one that we thought was extremely important to bring. And i would add to what john was saying and that is this is this family in particular is a family who did not want this type of thing to happen to any other family. And they were very vocal in terms of reaching out to us and finding us and really being an active participant in the case to really make sure that this type of -cribe and this type of illegal sale does not affect another family. The way affected them in a previous podcast. I had spoken with chris brown. He's had a brady in cordy who's head of coms about why. It's important for survivors families or survivors of gun violence to be able to come forward and present their cases sort of way for them to have some agency over the situation that they find themselves in. Do you think it sort of therapeutic for people sometimes or i can see how it might be a little really hard for people and traumatic to go through a very legal long legal battle so in my experience. It's a very positive one. Because as air and said you know kirsten's family is like a number of the families that we've represented and do represent where they want to have something positive. Come out of this horrific tragedy that befell their family and they don't want other families to suffer the way they did and that's why they're willing and really excited about the possibility of seeking some sort of civil justice in the courts and changing the way gun companies. Do business and this family. They had some gun owners in them. They were not at all. You know what would call anti second amendment or anti-gun. They just thought guns should be sold responsibly. And the person who killed kirsten should not have had a gun. So you mentioned really briefly that people sort of seek out brady specifically for this. But i know brady has a lot of partners. Bright was this case brought in conjunction with anyone else or any other firms so we had to wonderful sets of law firms. Who partnered with this. On this case i was a local law firm in oregon where the case was brought in. Our attorneys are key attorney's name on that was time to maury who is a fantastic successful trial lawyer in oregon and the second firm that worked with us was also a wonderful firm was cohen milstein. And we worked very closely with them and both of these firms were fantastic partners in really helping us achieve great result. We did in this case. And the key lawyers at cohen. Milstein were julie goldsmith riser. Ray sorolla in mali..

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"kirsten" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

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"kirsten" Discussed on Betrayal Trauma Recovery

Betrayal Trauma Recovery

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Betrayal Trauma Recovery

"Changes you and those experiences can be sanctified by your healing. You kind of feel like these old saints you know. There's a saint for everything in the catholic church. There's a saint for everything Saint for moving saint for people to drown in water for being killed by an arrow on the back of the wagon. Anything that you can think of. And i'm like yeah i i feel like i'm the c. For toxic marriages or something. So that's why. I included that imagery and it just came pouring out of me paint on really quickly Send it to the show. did very well. There won several awards with it. And it's just an it's kind of like an icon army seen kirsten. Yeah right yeah. It was very just shocking. Is the right word that i would use for me but because it just spoke to me so deeply of the imagery that i had experienced in my dreams. It's interesting that the experience of this type of abuse we have. The details are all different for every woman. But this feeling of we've been almost drown in someone else's filth in a place where we should be safe like yours was a psychiatric hospital. That's the place where someone should be helping you. You know technically in a bathroom. It should be somewhere that you feel safe enough to just you know. relax. I guess but instead of that. You're getting someone else's filth all over you and his sanctifying experience it leaves marks on you and those marks. Don't go away. they can be transformed. They don't go away. The title is called flood damage in that really. It really looks like that. It was amazing. There were so many like every single. One i could talk about especially your what are the ones called the japanese ones where you put yourself back together with. Gold can suzy. Those release spoke to me. But the second one i'd like to really focus on is called unequally yoked so this is a painting of kirsten with a yoke and she is a yoked on one side. Yes yeah i have my neck and one side of the double yolk okay. Yeah and the other one is just empty and she's pulling this by herself. This one too it. Just i mean everyone of your paintings just hit me at my core but this one. I spent so much time observing thinking about in processing my own. Things can talk about this one a little bit. I did this painting. It's probably my favorite painting that i've ever done by the way it just really speaks to me. Still get in two thousand eighteen. I was divorced and just starting to get back into trying to date bona real time for me..

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"kirsten" Discussed on Betrayal Trauma Recovery

Betrayal Trauma Recovery

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Betrayal Trauma Recovery

"Welcome to betrayal trauma recovery. This is an. I have kirsten back on today's episode. If you did not hear last week please go back and listen to last week. I we're continuing her conversation today before we get to that. I wanna give a shout out to all of our betrayal trauma group. His betrayal trauma recovery group is our online support group. We have multiple sessions in in every single time zone. I think we're up to twenty three or twenty four sessions per week. I can't remember. We just added a couple at that. Might be wrong. You can go to our website to check at bt are dot org once you get on. We recommend that you join from a desktop or a laptop. It's a little bit easier than on your phone because you know phones really small once you join also recommend that the first time that you get into a session that you do it from a laptop just so you know how it works and then you can do it on your phone on an ipad anywhere. You can do it in your car if the car is stopped. And you're not driving obviously in your garage in your closet. We built it for you. You don't have to get childcare. You don't have to set appointments. So please check out the betrayal trauma recovery group schedule at bt are dot org and we'd love to see you in a session today. I love reading your reviews online. And i appreciate all of you. Who have taken the time to go to apple podcasts. Or other podcasting apps to rate and review this podcast similarly some of you have recommended us on. Facebook have recommended trauma. Mama husband drama. Which is my picture book for adults. That's available on amazon. Every single one of your ratings on any platform in any medium helps isolated. Women find us so. Please take some time today. To rate the podcast. So the women like us don't have to go through any more chaos and pain and they can find this free podcast and get the information that they need. Okay now back to the conversation with kirsten. I talked with curson last week. About meet loafing. Which is an awesome. So you have not heard that. Please go back and listen to that first and then join us here again. Kirsten is a member of our community. She is also an incredible artist. And i wanted her to come back on to talk about her art and how that has helped her process her trauma in heal from what she has been through. I had the opportunity to go to her art show with my mother we spent. I don't know maybe two hours was surprised that.

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"kirsten" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

Detour To Neverland

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"kirsten" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

"Welcome, back to. Detour. Today episode episode number two, hundred nine. Thank you so much for joining us. We're happy to spend our Monday morning with you. We're so excited to share an interview with you guys today with our friend Kirsten from magical cake. We talked so much about curator style, how to stick with it over time in what to do. Once you finally get that growth that you're looking for. At it's it's very insightful and you know it's a conversation that we wanted to have for a long time. You know just how to create something that you're proud of and follow through with it. So that further do we're GONNA turn it over the Kirsten and she's going to introduce herself in share one rain. In fact, you may not know about her from social media. All. Right. Well, in my name is Kirsten I, am originally from Memphis Tennessee currently living in Orlando is been here for a maybe a little over forty days. It seems like I've been here for two years, but not too long here to you know live out by Disney dream and with my friends too great place to be but I am. I guess something that I people don't know about me from. INSTAGRAM. I really love nature I. Really Love Plants Up. I'm trying to trying to turn my thumb green I don't have one of those. I. You know trying to keep all my plants alive and surround myself with. Beautiful, green. Basically nature in my room and it's it hasn't been working out for me, but I'm trying. So one day we're going to keep the plants alive. But gardening is kind of a newer new hobby of mine so slowly, but surely trying to keep planes live. I feel like so many people have picked that up recently. It feels like it is truly underrated like if you act just born with a green thumb. I mean that is that's a gift right there because if you're not, it is impossible. I agree. I agree Quarantine. People are bored were trying things that we probably have no business doing. I have no business planting things. But we're going to try. Since. We are now in the Orlando area as well. Want to send it to you after I saw a talk the other day, and it was like the world's largest succulent and tactile arm is in Orlando a while. Okay. I have a thing for succulents because they're low maintenance. They claim to be low maintenance, and in somehow we still ended up killing them all. Yeah I kill those to. The the lifespans a lot longer you know. Can Get some good use out of succulents. This House. Will all continue working. Maybe someday, we'll get there. I feel like even like favors are now it's more popular to give than anything. It's very strict. This not a baby shower. Who Now? But we want to lay that foundation for our listeners to learn and to be able to relate to your Disney stories of you could share that with us. You know, how did you fall in love with it? How has it grown over time and what are the steps along the way? Yeah, so you know, I don't ever really remember a time in my life where Disney wasn't in the picture in until it was introduced to May. Vary early, you know I see videos of me my. Second or third birthday and my third Christmas when I actually can play with toys, all the toys around there. The Little Mermaid, my first trip to Walt Disneyworld. I was three years old I. Do not remember it. But when I was seven years old, that's actually the first Disney world trip that I do remember in from there. I would say that that's when my my deep-rooted obsession in love of Disney parks kind of started and I you know I would. Talk to my friends in my cousins until it about how Disney parks they were superior to universal, and they were superior to six flags and all these other parks when I was seven years old and so that's kind of where. My. Love of Disney started and you know. How we got the INSTAGRAM, it all spiraled from there and. We would go there every other year, my family would go to Disney Just. It was our family trip in. So we all had happy memories there. My parents got along and my sister. She would come on the trips with us. It was it was a great time in. So you know I have a lot of really happy memories with the Disney parks in. So I as far as. When I started my Instagram, I would say the last trip that we went to Disney I was in high school I. Think I was sixteen years old after that. There was an eight year gap. Between when I had gone to. Disney park. In. So I, you know win on the study abroad trip to Japan. And at that moment I knew I was like if I'm going to Japan, I cannot leave Japan without going to Tokyo Disneyland, so I you know I, convinced my group. That, we needed to go there the very last week of the trip we went to. Tokyo Disneyland an after I came back that summer I. Just I don't know I just had a spark in something in me was like you know I have to get back to Disney, and so I spent my summer figuring out how I would get back to Disney in in then I discovered the Disney College Program I did get accepted to that program I got accepted in September? Twenty, fourteen. I are twenty, thirteen. Sorry and I worked for Disney, for Year in after that I've just been basically throw my pictures on instagram pretty much. About setting the bar high. Tokyo, Disneyland be Your re-introduction. The. Parks I feel like I mean, that's that's where people in their Disney Jerry. Reese. there. Yeah. I mean, it was great. I. One thing that stuck out to me, I I mean, obviously it's. It's very similar. I was only able to go to Tokyo. Disneyland. Because we only had one day in I have to get back. So I can go to Tokyo Disney sees, but you know it was very similar and we wrote like rides that I remember know Big Thunder Mountain and Splash Mountain in space mountain and I just remember this we were in line for Splash Mountain and the guest you know she is with her daughter she's in the fast pass line in wearing the regular line and You know all of us. We stand out because we're American. Were you know different races and different shapes in heights and everything, and so we stand out and she's like the line and she just does it. She kinda turns around and she's like, Hey, would you guys like to ride fast slash mountain and we were all confused like, yeah. A sure. She's like, Hey, come with me and she had this pass were apparently her daughter was too short to get on the ride, and so now she had like an unlimited pass to ride. Splash. Mountain. Is Like walkup as many times as she wanted for the year in, it was like a magical moment in sparked something in me.

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