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Fresh update on "liz" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Get something off your mind, colleague for four board the USA and let their know. 844-484-3872, the Dan bongino show. Almost missed the hit time yet. You know, in the industry, they call it, you want to talk fancy. And they're like the media, they want to call the limo the beast, even though I told you no one calls it that. You want to sound fancy. People love jargon, you know? Yeah, bravo, forty-niners, 62. It's a jackal 22 dead guru that they love that's up there. In the industry, they call it the hit time. I'm not kidding. I just made it. Usually wow, get some water, whatever. Hit Albania sito, you know the deal, right? You know, three hours show, right? Well, maybe get something to eat or something like that. I came back. I looked at the clock, and I was like, dude, there's like 30 seconds ago. I'm like, ah, no big deal. You and I can handle it. Seriously, what's the problem? Just be like, hey, Jim and Mike, he'd be like ren and stimpy. Is he do a little like comedy skit or something? Oh, there's Dan, sorry, turn the show back over to Dan. So you think the Cassidy small a story is bad, folks, it's getting worse. Now, again, this is why we have adversarial hearings and a court system where a plaintiff's attorney and a defendant's attorney are allowed to question people and we have cross examination because it allows the jury to hear both sides. Liz Cheney doesn't want you to hear both sides. Why? Because I believe one side is telling the truth and it's not Cassidy's small a during the break. This is why it took so long, Jim. I'm sitting here reading this thing. There's a tweet from Mike Davis, Mike Davis who has what is in Europe. The article three project Mike Davis. And he's saying in his tweet that the inspector general DoJ inspector general that served that warrant, the other day on Jeff Clark's home, the DoJ official, who they were saying was like colluding with Trump for this fake electors scheme, right? This story gets even crazier with Cassidy smoke just broke during the break. I just read it on his feet here. That she may have testified Cassidy Smollett about Jeff Clark meeting with Rudy Giuliani. And that that may have had something to do with the warrant on Clark's home. But what's the problem? Giuliani and Clark are both saying, I don't know what you're talking about. I never met this guy. I'm seriously folks. If this is true, I just reading it now. If this is true, is anything this woman said, bearing fruit. Anything. Except hello. Alicia, hello, hello, that was it. After hello, everything else has been just incinerated. How does this woman have any credibility left? Now, yesterday on the program here, I hit a program, I sound like my grandmother. The program on the show. My grandmother used to. I brought up this other interesting thing. You know when you get very skilled at interviewing people when you spend like 15 plus years of your life in law enforcement, you interview bad guys and they all have the same tricks. You know, it's not complicated. Smart bad guys train liars are good. Bad ones. You could tell right away their BS and it's just simple, right? Well, one of the tricks they use a lot of these folks when they're trying to dance around a topic is they use they couch their words so they can't be pinned down. So they'll say things with little phrases in the beginning like to the effect of. Now, if you listen to yesterday's podcast, today's podcast, yesterday's radio show, I said, when Cassidy smalley kept saying, president Trump said something to the effect of. I found that troubling. Well, did he say it or not? It's like me saying, you know, I walked into work today and Jim said something to the effect of, I'm going to kill you. You ruthless SOB and I call the cops and they're like, yeah, he said something to the effect of that. And really what Jim said is, man, that gargantuan tasted really good. And I miss it. That's not what he said. That's not what he said. He was talking about the gargantuan he loves you. He said nothing about wanting to kill me. To the effect of means nothing. Did he say it, or did he not say it? So when Cassidy small a kept saying with every defect of the defective, I pointed on yesterday's show that this says to me, dad, she doesn't exactly know what they said. She's just saying what she thinks she said, what she thinks she heard. Megyn Kelly, who is a very good lawyer, she has her own show. Megyn Kelly pointed out this exact same thing. Jim queue up for me, cut to. It's about 50 seconds from a show yesterday. She goes over all the time. She plays a cut of her to the effect of to the effect of to the effective and she says that at the end, did they say it or not? Any lawyer would have destroyed her on cross examination on this here, check this out. Why do you keep saying to the effect of in recounting all of these conversations to this committee, which by the way, miss Hutchinson did throughout her two hour testimony yesterday, her memory appeared to be rather shaky. Listen, then tell me how
What Was Liz Cheney's Point of Showing Fox Anchors' Texts?
"She shows a bunch of texts from Fox News personalities and Don Junior condemning some of the violence that happened on January 6th I'm not really clear what Liz Cheney's point was here other than to try to embarrass people at Fox News She doesn't like Check this out This is a text message at two 32 from Laura Ingraham Hey Mark the president needs to tell people in the capitol to go home In the next message this is hurting all of us And then he's destroying his legacy and playing into every stereotype We lose all credibility against the BLM antifa crowd if things go south The president's son Don Junior also urgently contacted Mark Meadows At two 53 he wrote he's got to condemn this shit ASAP The capitol police tweet is not enough As you will see these are just two of the numerous examples of Trump supporters and allies urging the president to tell his supporters to leave the capitol
Fresh update on "liz" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"To you guys. Man, you played the right song, bring me on. So I make this quick 'cause we're coming up on a break. You know, I got a couple of things going on here. So we're talking about violent chalk drawings and protests were, you know, people were arrested. Most people were arrested during these protests and there were on January 6th. For what? Walking down the street and with the yeah, it's this false equipment. The other thing too about, you know, the issue with trans people. Okay, the bulk of crime against children, you know, pedophilia. Those were heterosexuals. I have nothing to do with the gay lesbian and trans. Thank you. And rape, give me a break. How many women have read it to me? No, no trans person, no trans person. Has ever been convicted or accused of a crime. Convicted of a crime in a restroom, but plenty of Republicans have been. If we really want to split hairs on this. No trans person has ever been rusted for hurting someone in a public restroom. So yeah, it's and no one that has ever seen how dogs and I both dressed whatever call us groomers. I mean, I'm just saying, the amount of just t-shirts and random baseball hats we wear. I don't care. Okay. I'm sure that was super funny. Your audio broke out. Okay, here is Mick Mulvaney with another edition of now a warning. Oh, he just now he's realized that. I just want to set this up too. This is where he's asked if because everyone keeps saying, oh, that's a non legitimate committee it's not a legitimate committee to one sided investigation. Will these responses really in that every single witness just about has been a Republican or someone from the Trump administration? Exactly. Okay. And not to mention two very conservative Republicans on the committee Liz Cheney and send in the people who could tell your side of the story. Thank you. Let's let Mark Meadows testify or ask him to tell Trump ask him to testify. What about Peter Navarro? What about Steve Bannon? At some point, I think the committee is going to ask for pat cipollone's testimony. Will those folks defend the president or will they corroborate what Cassidy said yesterday? My guess is many of them probably take the 5th, but the opportunities that look, it's not a fair hearing, it's a political hearing. I get that, but it's hard to say that your side is not getting out there. Your argument's not getting out there. When your people won't go and talk. First of all, of course there's always some fault in the middle when you're for Trump. Yeah. Of course, that's a fair hearing. That's why it's so devastating because it's all Trump people and Republicans testifying. How is it not a fair hearing or a political hearing? Benghazi was a political hearing. Absolutely. It's a 100% fair. And if cipollone testifies and doesn't take the 5th, Trump is done. He is his lawyer. And David frum former Republicans said pro Trump people prefer to testify second hand via Twitter minus all those tedious on the penalty of perjury formalities. Thank you. One last one Mulvaney. That's struck me personally. That's my sofa. I've used that sofa that was my office. It was my fireplace. He was sitting by, right? I understand exactly what the dynamics are there. And the visual image of Cassidy coming to the door, maybe with pat there or pat there a little bit afterwards. And try to talk to market Mark, not even looking up according to Cassidy and just staring at his phone and then they have to sort of interrupt him to make sure he's paying attention since a very disturbing image of what the west wing was like. I was actually texting with a colleague of mine who was in the west wing at the time. And I said, look, was Mark just completely incompetent or was he having a nervous breakdown in the response was that it was a little bit of both. The west wing was clearly broken. Clearly broken. Oh, please, Trump was the same lunatic when you were there. The same criminal lumen lunatic. I'm so tired of these people. None of this is new. Hillary warned us. Mary Trump confirmed it. And now Liz Cheney is the one proving it. I mean, that's embarrassing. Yeah. What's the bottom line? Women have to do it all. Okay, Kevin in Chicago, you're on with Dana. Hello, Kevin. Kevin. Kevin in Chicago. All right. Let's move on to Dan and Wisconsin. Hi, Dan. Welcome. Hi, how you doing? Good. Crazy. Around 15 years ago, I think when I was good-looking. Wasn't there a viable man birth control pill? I always thought if I could control my sperm that I thought that would be, I thought that would be nice. I don't remember that. You're also asking two people that would have absolutely no idea. For most of us. We're people. Actually, for people, because Chris and Travis had don't know how to answer this even though. The Republicans kill that too? Yeah, I don't know. I would assume hearing Sarah Palin's voice is the same thing as that pill. Isn't it? Many, many straight maintain have called the show back in the Palin era. Right wing and bitter clean and proud flinger. And said, please, my balls are in my throat. Please stop playing those sound bites. So that's the only male contraceptive I know of, but I could be wrong. Teddy punk ass little thuggery stuff that's been going on. I don't stop in front of you. The fact that those are real clips is just mind-blowing, like those. You are listening to W CPT 8 20, here's the latest Chicago traffic and weather updates. And now Kennedy traffic's relatively heavy with delays from one
In a Constitutional Republic, We Have Adversarial Hearings
"That's why in the United States in a constitutional republic we have adversarial hearings Adversarial hearings where you're allowed to cross examine and confront your accuser Why Because if someone with even basic knowledge of the Secret Service or anything else was allowed to confront Cassidy Hutchinson yesterday she would have looked like a fool Instead because it's not adversarial and it's the damn star chamber Where Liz Cheney gets to say whatever she wants and Trump and his team don't get to defend themselves Cassidy gets to say what she has to say and we have to use this microphone the next day outside of the hearing to refute using basic facts like I did in the first hour and like I just tweeted out and put on true social Basic facts to show you how the story she told yesterday is ridiculous and a bunch of suckers fell for it
Fresh update on "liz" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Causing problems for U.S. consumers. There was a modest increase in consumers spending in May, but once you take into account inflation, consumer spending actually declined. One of two Republicans investigating the attack on the capitol is weighing in on the direction, her party is taking. Liz Cheney, the vice chair of the January 6th committee says the former president can not be ignored. We're confronting a domestic threat that we have never faced before. And that is a former president who is attempting to unravel the foundations of our constitutional republic. Speaking at the Reagan library, a Cheney told her fellow Republicans, they must make a decision. Because Republicans can not both be loyal to Donald Trump and loyal to the constitution. Correspondent Linda kenyon. If you're getting ready to head out for the holiday weekend, you'll have plenty of company. And if you're flying, good luck, correspondent Errol Barnett, is at Washington's Reagan national. You really should have a plan in place
Kimberley Johnson on Trump Hating Republicans
"Kimberly, you raise a really interesting point. I'll tell you why, because we just saw, you know, Liz Cheney was celebrating the roe V wade decision. Like, Liz Cheney hates Donald Trump. You're absolutely right. But she's not on our side. In fact, one of the reasons we were talking about, why is there this like, they're not going after Jenny Thomas. When I was hearing, is because Liz Cheney likes the Supreme Court the way it is. She doesn't want Ginny and clarence. She doesn't want any talk of clarence Thomas. Yes. Resigning or getting or you name it, right? And so and I thought this on cue, right this morning, Travis, a lawyer for Jenny Thomas, told the House select committee, he saw no reason for her to testify. Well, yeah, because they see how these hearings are going. Yeah. Exactly. So they came after it came after the committee has made a fresh request for her appearance, and we have the text messages to what Meadows and to eastman. She was right in the middle of this thing. And that her husband already was the one sole vote voting to keep her communications private. Kimberly, so beyond a conflict of interest, I don't even know what you call it. Do you? Yeah. No, I mean, I agree with you a 100%. This is clearly very upsetting coming because, you know, we love to Democrats are so fond of loving the Republicans that are going to go against Trump. But we always have to remember that I do think that at some point they want to break from him because they don't like him. You can see their true reactions to Trump in 2016. Lindsey Graham tweeted it, Ted Cruz was talking about how horrible he was, Marco Rubio, all of them. They don't like him. But now that he gave them everything that they wanted. And now this trial is going to give them a clean
Fresh update on "liz" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Retirement of veteran justice Stephen Breyer. He announced his plans to retire at the conclusion of the high court's current term months ago, she'll become the first black woman to ever serve on the nation's highest court. Wyoming congresswoman Liz Cheney delivered remarks during a forum about the future of the Republican Party. This was at the Reagan library in California Wednesday night. Cheney, who is the vice chair of the House January 6th committee said, former president Trump presents an unprecedented threat. We are confronting a domestic threat that we have never faced before. And that is a former president who is attempting to unravel the foundations of our constitutional republic. Cheney is one of just two Republicans on the committee. Hell's angels found her Sonny barger has passed away. He formed the motorcycle club in 1957, a statement on his Facebook page says he died after a brief battle with cancer. I'm Michael castle. Paul Sweeney. This wall of worry, everybody's been climbing it. Matt Miller. When you look at individual stocks, what do you like? Along with Bloomberg's sharpest market analysts. Not only basic, Wall Street and Porter for Bloomberg news. Bloomberg markets. Weekdays at 10 a.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio. If we see greater persistence of inflation, that's second round effects. Then we will have to go full force for it. It leaves options on the table. And that's very deliberate. Very deliberate. I mean, people I want people to take a message away from that. It's quite clear that as we respond to this shock, we want to have those options on the table. A chorus of hawks, much more hawkish than they've ever
Leo Terrell: Liz Cheney Is Driving a Narrative
"It's why it's the beauty of graphic examination I was watching this dog and pony show today Liz Cheney I'm listening as a lawyer Nothing that's coming out of her mouth is evidentiary or admissible Dan She's making conclusions She's putting describing the events from her limb She's not asking questions She's not eliciting information She is driving me a narrative and everything is coming out of her mouth is to prove that narrative Once that part of Bobby is false it has no foundation It's hearsay inadmissible This thing nothing that came out today or these previous hearing stands as a lawyer There's something called the rules of evidence None of the judge will be saying strike Most objection granted overruled overall I mean you don't have that You don't have any of that
Fresh update on "liz" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Now the latest news from New York City and around the world, here's Michael Barr. Tom, Lisa John, the House committee investigating last year's assault on the U.S. capitol says it has subpoenaed former White House counsel pat cipollone to appear on July 6th for a closed door deposition. Cipollone has emerged in recent weeks as a subject of interest by many members who say he was at the center of a number of events related to the capital attack, and then president Donald Trump's activities. A congressional Republican is delivering a harsh rebuke of her fellow party members. Speaking from the Reagan library in Southern California, Republican congresswoman Liz Cheney is calling out her fellow party members who have yet to denounce former president Trump's efforts to overturn the election. We must not elect people who are more loyal to themselves or to power than they are to our
Leo Terrell: Jan. 6 Committee Hearings Are a Dog & Pony Show
"One of the key components of a constitutional republic in a process oriented system Leo as a lawyer is an adversarial hearing This January 6th hearing is absolutely nothing of the sword This is the equivalent of a star chamber and I think that's why they keep trying to move the needle The left and Liz Cheney and they just can't do it Dan first of all I just want to say that you're the ultimate truth teller I mean you're a role model as far as dealing with fact And here's a classic example Where is due process I've been a lawyer for 30 years And for them and I said this at the outset of the first hearing a little clip here a little clip there a little bit clip here a little bit of this This is nothing more than a kangaroo court scripted by ABC media leftist for the Democrats and they got Liz Cheney doing the dirty work for Nancy Pelosi And it just seems embarrassing It's outright embarrassing The president has denied due process We're to cross examination I would love to annihilate these witnesses or play the entire segment of the testimony But it's really a dog and pony show and one final point The ultimate goal is to somehow some way prevent president Trump from running for reelection The Democrats and certain rhinos are afraid of Donald J Trump
Kurt Schlichter and Michael Walsh Discuss America's Supply INSANITY
"You know, Michael Walsh, I was out speaking to some lovely Republican women at the west valley Republican women Federated. And it was very interesting. We were in a country club. And the organizers said, look, it was very interesting. I was having a lot of trouble with the country club, which did a fine job, but they were very insistent that they couldn't give us more seats because I was like sold out and more people wanted to come because I'm amazing. And she wondered why? Because they never had that problem before. Turns out that they weren't being difficult, their suppliers said we can't get more chicken breasts and more salmon. Their suppliers in America said we can't get enough chicken breasts and salmon win the hell since the 1940s where there was rationing. Did someone in America have trouble gay chicken breast fed salmon? Yeah, you know what, we're going to turn into this is a place near dear to your heart is Cuba. We're not going to be we're not going to be able to get parts for our cars. So you're going to see people driving 25 year old junkers down the middle of the street with cannibalized parts because I had to get my car fixed last year. And it took months to get some of these parts. Now, my car is a little bit older, but still, this is a very classic. You don't have empty store shelf for Christmas. That's not America. That's not the America. How come Michael Walsh, I grew up in the 70s and 80s, it never occurred to me that I could walk into a store and not be able to get what I needed, that a woman couldn't get tampons for gosh sakes. I mean, well, baby formula. This is insane. And of course, president Gumby, he's talking about a vaccine plan in Senegal. Okay, I got nothing to get Senegal, but I'd like to be able to get baby form of the tampons.
What Does Dobbs Mean Politically?
"What do you think Dobbs means politically? I think that I'm a strong federalist. So what jobs does as far as a judicial decision is it returns the abortion issue to the states and each state can determine how they want to legislate around abortion. That's what doesn't ban abortion. Now that's, of course, what we're hearing in a lot of the laws of progressives and a lot of Democrat operatives trying to gin up their base. But abortion isn't banned. It just means that it will go to the state and the state will decide how to regulate and legislate around abortion. What does it mean politically? I don't think it's going to mean much politically as far as the 2022 elections and midterms go. This is going to make a big impression now as it has. Ultimately, it will die down when people talking about it. And they are stuck with high gas prices and priced out of the housing market and dealing with a bad economy.
Which Rights Are Mentioned in the Constitution?
"Let's stop for a second. Where do you get a right in the constitution? First of all, remember, rights don't come from the constitution. I'll say it again because there are some people who are unclear on it. Rights do not come from the constitution. Rights are recognized in the constitution. Human beings are endowed with certain freedoms. One, the right to speak freely, the right to worship as you see fit. Those are endowed by our creator. They are recognized those two in the First Amendment. By the constitution, but they don't come from the constitution. If you look through the entire constitution, including all the amendments, you will not find the word abortion. Because it's not there. So it's not expressly recognized in a constitution. Now, constitutions also clear that all rights, which we, as human beings, have are not necessarily in the constitution. Dobbs reiterates that those rights, how do you know those rights exist? Okay. You look at history. Were they recognized throughout history and Samuel Edo goes through and says, look, like four years before roe V wade, 5 years before, abortion was outlawed in at least 40 states or very heavily controlled. At least 40 states.
What Was the Reasoning Behind the Court's Decision?
"Now, there are a number of states that had trigger bills. That is, if roe V wade and Casey, of course, roe V wade was the original case back in like 73. And it laid out almost in a legislative kind of sense, a very strict accidentally not that straight. A framework of when abortion could be allowed, like you would expect in a law. Now, of course, I know what you're thinking. You're saying, wait a minute. I saw schoolhouse rock when I was a kid. Supreme Court's not supposed to make law. That's the job of the legislature. Exactly? And then Casey came back and it kind of changed it because roe roe was not a very well reasoned decision. And I know that because Ruth Bader Ginsburg said so and Lawrence tried before he went completely insane. So I want a lot of commentary. They like the result. They didn't like the reasoning. Because the reasoning wasn't very sensible. Their reasoning was, well, there's a constitutional right to abortion, kind of because, and it boils down to we really think it's a good idea. And that didn't really work. And it had a very detailed kind of almost legislative outline of what you could and could do with abortion. That wasn't workable. In 1992, Casey came down, they kind of changed the test a little. Became an undue burden on way. You can't unduly burden. The right to an abortion. And what Samuel lita said is, wait, you're wrong at the premise. There is no right to abortion in the constitution.
Breaking Down the Supreme Court's Roe Decision
"What does Dobbs not do? Dobbs does not ban abortion. I'm going to say it again. Because if you read social media or listen to the communist networks, I'm sorry, the mainstream networks. And Democrat talking points. The extent they differ and there is no extent to which they differ. You might think that the Supreme Court decreed no more abortions ever. That could not be further from the truth. And you might, if you listen to someone like AOC or big chief Warren, and never listen to AOC or big G four. But if you happen to, you might think that the Supreme Court took unto itself more power. He did the opposite. This is not the jobs is not about the Supreme Court taking power. This is about the Supreme Court giving up power. And that power is to determine. Exactly how abortion will be handled in the United States.
Biden Shows off Embarrassing Cheat Sheet
"President Biden, I don't call him president. Biden today, today being Thursday. You'll hear this tomorrow on Friday. Biden, the schmuck, inadvertently held up a detailed cheat sheet that his staff prepared out of mercy instructing this guy, this leader of the free world to take your seat while you are capitalized. And limit your remarks to two minutes, these are instructions that were prepared that Biden accidentally held up a cheat sheet and held it up facing the wrong way so the cameras spotted it. You'll read all about it. I'm sure you already have, but it's time you hear this show. And the instruction whether the speech was for offshore wind drop by sequence of events and the cheat sheet told Biden to enter the Roosevelt room and say hello to participants. Then the paper says, you all caps, take your all caps C you take your seat because you have to tell a man. Who's not really, it's not really familiar with what to do in political rooms. You know, it's not fair. The guy's only been doing this for 50 years. You know, you're still going to, it's still important to tell her that where he's going to go. You take your seat. Then the note says that after reporters arrive, you give brief comments for two minutes. And when the report is depart, you ask Liz schuler, president of the AFL CIO, a question, and then you thank participants and you give part. Can you believe this is going on?
Liz Cheney Is Sending Mail to Wyoming Democrats to Vote for Her
"One Nick trainer On Twitter Nancy excuse me Yeah right Liz Cheney four months ago When asked about Democrats switching parties to vote for her in the state's August Republican primary that's not something that I've contemplated That I've organized her that I will organize She told the New York slimes Meanwhile a few hours ago Reed J Epstein posts Citing The New York Times Liz Cheney is sending mail to Wyoming Democrats with instructions on how to switch parties to vote for her in the state's August primary Oh she's so ethical She's a sleaze like all the other People on this committee
Harriet Hageman: Liz Cheney Was Never a Supporter of President Trump
"She blew it on some of the most important issues of our time But just assuage some of the listeners here You are in fact a constitutional conservative We get the best of both worlds Someone who won't weaponize the government against us and you'll get conservative votes too Am I wrong No you're absolutely correct What you say is spot on If we can all be good conservatives in name but if we don't if we're not there when it counts it really doesn't matter Correct At the times when it counted such as when president Trump has put forward his America first policies one of his biggest oppositions was Liz Cheney not just about this and this is an absolute failure I agree with you on that But the issue of Syria the issue of her attacking him about when Russia was allegedly putting bounties on our soldiers had in Afghan Afghanistan She came out and attacked him vociferously four months before the election in 2020 on that And it turned out to be false The story wasn't true but she didn't wait to find out whether it was true or not which for me was the first moment when I realized that she was against Donald Trump She never said that but when she came back out and attacked him the way that she did something went sideways in my head and I knew that this wasn't right And now we see that She was never a supporter of Donald Trump And when she had the first opportunity to attack him and try to hurt him and his followers the people who are the constitutional conservatives the America first troops she jumped in with both feet and that's where we are right now She saw that she had an opportunity to hurt him to destroy him It hasn't worked out slight She thought it would but that's why she's on that January 6th committee It's not about finding out the truth It's not about that What it's about is she wants to destroy president Trump And they've said that repeatedly that the purpose of this is to prevent him from ever running for reelection Again And we didn't send her back there for that purpose Again she has failed us She has failed our country
Harriet Hageman: Liz Cheney Has Failed & Betrayed Wyoming
"Our leaders are therefore us This is a government of by and for the people Yet what we have is we have people who are intentionally hurting the citizens of this country None of them not under our constitution None of them were elected to adopt policies to hurt the people of the United States of America or Wyoming specifically That isn't why they're elected We didn't elect her to be the judge and jury of president Trump We elected her to push back against policies that hurt the state of Wyoming She's not doing that And not only is she not doing it she is aligned herself with the people who are So she's not only failed in her job but she has betrayed us in the process And when she comes out and she talks about the various things she does the insurrection and overthrowing the government we all know that that's hogwash We all saw what happened And we also know that this is political theater Here's the reality nobody that they are attempting to attack through this process are receiving due process As a constitutional attorney as someone who's tried over 30 lawsuits in my life you always have the right of confrontation You always have the right of cross examination You always have the right of due process You always have the right of notice and an opportunity to be heard This is a show trial They are not going to present one snippet of evidence or one witness or one document or one photograph or one piece of video that shows a contrary contrary narrative to what they're putting forward In other words this is a Soviet stalinist show trial We out here in the real world know it They seem to forget that we're a lot smarter than a lot of those people back there They think they can pull the wool over their eyes They can't They're failing us She's failing us They all need to go
Harriet Hageman: We're Turning Into a Third World Country
"You are running specifically to do this in this office And people want to see I am going to let you you are going to do what right What you just said is perfectly encapsulates Liz Cheney's entire career She saw an opportunity to grab the microphone and weaponize this January 6th committee and continue to talk about things Harriet everything that's been said about January 6th has been said We're not changing any minds Everybody everybody's had a chance to say it is time to fix the inflation crisis the gas prices crisis and she's not talking about any of that She's wasting her time going after Donald Trump in the last election Well that's exactly right And that's why she has become a useful tool for the Democrats while she continues to try to attack and hurt the Republicans and the people that can actually solve these problems We're turning into a third world country before our eyes We are airlifting baby formula into the United States of America We have a situation where as I said we're going to have a food crisis We've got a supply chain crisis We have an energy crisis all because of horrific policies coming out of Washington D.C. These are not natural crises These are not natural catastrophes They are man-made and they are man-made by the uni party that has been running Washington D.C. for the last 40 years perhaps even longer But that's why we need to have normal everyday average folks like Harriet hagerman step up and say no more We're not going to let the elitists make the decisions They put us $30 trillion in debt They're in the process of destroying our schools And I often say that there is a special place in hell excuse my language for people who adopt policies that are intended to increase the cost of energy food and housing because it hits the poorest and the middle class among
Harriet Hageman: I'm Running for Wyoming, Taking on Liz Cheney
"Awesome Harriet hagerman you decided to take on Liz Cheney which I have an enormous amount of respect for you for She has done something in my mind that is unforgivable I am a Christian I believe in the power of forgiveness but you know you're gonna have to take that up with Jesus Christ and the afterlife politics right now forgiveness hasn't been doing as much good because they continue to attack us She is weaponized this January 6th committee and used it as a platform for herself to attack Republican she dislikes and try to interfere in I believe another election by dissuading activists from getting involved who may choose to support president Trump Was that one of the reasons you decided to take Quran along with many Let me hear from your perspective why you decided to take on this dynastic family in American politics Well there are many reasons why I make the decision to run for office But one of the first things I would say is that I'm not just running against Liz Cheney I am running four Wyoming and that's why I made the decision to do this We are not being represented Wyoming only has one congressional representative where the least populated state in the nation we have 580,000 people and right now we have someone who has completely taken her eye off the ball in terms of what are the important issues for us So we are the largest coal producer in the nation We're one of the top oil and gas producers in the nation We're a top cattle producer in the nation And all of the things that are affecting us from federal lands to the water issues to all of those are addressed oftentimes addressed in the natural resource committee and this is just one example of where she's failed She's no longer on the natural resource committee For the first time in Wyoming history we don't have someone on the natural resource committee or our congressional representative which is devastating to the state of Wyoming Because we don't have a voice on the very issues that affect the vast majority of us in this state
Respect Liz Cheney—but She Is Still a True Blooded Conservative
"To. Liz Cheney, ideologically, she's no different than Dick Cheney. I was telling y'all, I have a friend who's an actor, we had lunch last week. He was saying, I love this Liz Cheney. I'm sorry. I vote for her for president. And I was like, hold on, boo boo. Liz Cheney. Still wants to put women in jail for abortion. Liz Cheney still thinks the Iraq War was a great idea. Liz Cheney still thinks climate change is a myth and oil company should be given hundreds of millions in subsidies just for being themselves. She's like Dick Cheney except she's not lying about one thing. And I respect her for it. She's doing a great job. But let's not forget what this is all about. We can disagree with people's ideology and still really appreciate that they want to preserve their democracy and save their
John Fugelsang on the Worst Thing Trump Has Done
"You know, the worst thing Donald Trump has done is make Mike Pence look like a good noble man. I am so angry that future kids in history class will read about how Mike Pence was a brave man who stood up and did the right thing. No, Mike Pence is an awful man. He is a revoltingly fake Christian. He was picked for the job because he was the fakest Christian in all of America. He was the most homophobic governor of all 50 states and it's like we're in this era where the bar has been lowered so much that whether you're Liz Cheney or Bill Barr or Mike Pence, if you tell the truth about one thing, you'll be hailed as a hero and Travis, I'm sorry, but you and Chris haven't committed treason in months. I know. Raising you. Just because Mike Pence didn't help with treason one time. We all have to respect
"liz" Discussed on Revision Path
"Wild that you don't even realize what we've written off for ourselves because of whatever paths we choose or wherever we find ourselves. And I think that especially for myself, there was a lot that I didn't think was achievable. And it's like, oh, wow, like actually this is. And I think that a lot of a lot more black artists, especially need to realize that because I think that especially the eat sleep grind culture, as someone who lived it, burned me out so quick, I was like, I'm never going to draw again. I hate this. You can hear to come out of that. Now, even with these books that you are working on and everything, do you have a dream project that you'd love to do one day? You know what? Speaking into existence now, I would love to work with Disney, hit me up, you know, a huge princess in the frog fan. Beyond that, I don't really know. I think I'd like to teach somewhere down the line, or even now I used to teach really fun community art classes when I was in D.C., but then the pandemic kind of put an end to that. I think I'd like to teach who knows. I swear every other week I'm talking myself out of going to medical school or something. I'm like, you're becoming like a pastry chef. It could be anything at this point. I would definitely love to do something sent to her on black mental health for sure. And like diving into that and different ways of just like connecting people love to say like, you know, hold space and, you know, whatever that means, but I think that beyond just face to face talk therapy, which, you know, in a perfect world would be accessible to everyone and they would be able to have black therapists who could understand where they're coming from. We need to deal with the world that we're in right now, where there need to be more accessible ways of connecting beyond just this one way that is very not accessible for most people, you know? And I feel like there's some kind of world where there's an art based solution to that. Or at least in the world that I want to exist in. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years? Like, what do you want this next chapter of your story to be? I hope in the next 5 years are not, I hope. I know. In the next 5 years, I'm going to be spearheading a lot more projects. I feel like up until this point, I really just people have approached me and I've said yes, whereas with especially with the series of scholastic, that was the first thing that I pitched myself. I came up with myself and that was fooling my idea that I'm going to be taking to fruition. So more of that, more of me gained execute my ideas instead of executing other people's ideas. I hope a lot more of that. Well, just to wrap things up here, Liz, where can our audience find out more information about you and about your.
"liz" Discussed on Revision Path
"Their goals and what inspires them as creative individuals. Here's your host, Maurice cherry. Hello everybody and welcome to revision path. Thank you so much for tuning in. I'm your host Maurice cherry. This week I'm talking with Liz montague. Liz is an author and illustrator located in New Jersey, and the creator of the comic Liz at large. Let's start the show. All right, so tell us who you are and what you do. Hi, my name is Liz montague, and I'm an author illustrator and cartoonist. Now, before we get more into learning about your work and about your journey as an author illustrator cartoonist, like tell me how has this year been going for you so far? This is actually been a really good year. I think personally it's been a really good year. I just got married. I just bought a house. Congratulations. Thank you. In a personal material way, I guess it's been super good. I need professionally. It's been really good too with my first year working on book projects, which is very new for me, having come from the news media world. It was a very tumultuous past few years for everybody and being on the new side of that was really exhausting. So I think this has been a really calm year, I'd say. Nice. I mean, I guess it's calm as getting married and also moving into a new house. I'd imagine it's probably been some stress around that, even just with the pandemic and everything. I mean, it's less stressful than like covering the Trump presidency and 2020 COVID all of that. And trying to do it in record time with deadlines and everything. That was way more stressful than this. A 100%. Fair. I get that. Totally. I totally do. What lessons did you learn over this past year? How would you say you've grown and improved? I would say that I prioritized just like my mental health. I feel like everyone's saying that and that it's kind of, people say it so much, it starts to not mean anything. This is like the first year I really started saying no to things. And that's been kind of scary, but empowering, but also terrifying. I don't know. I'm still learning. Well, I mean, I think that's something that a lot of people are still learning is to say no. I think the pandemic, of course, forced everyone to not just slow down, but in many cases, to just stop. And now that we're at this point, though we're not completely out of the pandemic, we're at this point where restrictions are being lifted and rates have gone down to a point where we now have to try to come out of this period with some new normal and what this time is forced to everyone to do is just sort of reevaluate their commitment to work, their commitment to being busy and all that sort of stuff. Yeah, and like the pandemic and the pause that it cause happened at such like a weird time in my life where I was 24 and I had already been working at The New Yorker for like two years and had been doing this work for about two years and now where we're at now I'm 26 and I'm trying to really figure out like holy.
"liz" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"Old, which I was like, oh yeah. Forget it. Forget it. So that was like I went home and I signed up for ten marathons like that day. Sure. I'm going to kill you. Because, you know, we funded all of that. Cost a lot to do those. Travel a lot. Totally. So that was the one reason. And then the other reason why he said you'll have to go places that no one would want to go to. And I was like, what are you talking about? So he's just being a jerk. But he actually took it back and the one place that he said, you know, I was like, where would I not want to go? Because I love the adventure portion of destination races. Just going somewhere that you've never seen, right? It's cool. Right. Excuse to go there. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. That's how I look at it. Like, you know, people will be like, you know, you can go somewhere in that run. And I'm like, what? So how did you organize it? Did you kind of go, I mean, and what did the calendar look like? I mean, I can't do the math back quickly. But how many marathons were that? Did you do per month? And did you kind of do them back to back and stay in one section of the country for a week and did you have an entourage with you? No, I don't know. Well, maybe I did it differently than others, but I at first really just tried to get as many in that I could drive to as possible. And that's what dictated. And I had one friend for a while who was like, if I can go and you're driving, I'll go with you. And I was like, all right, that's cool. And her name is Liz too, which is really funny. Shirts. Yeah, I had no, but this is a tiny humorous because back in the day, she has a ton of tattoos, and I had none..
"liz" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Who is this white woman. let's face it. Most of the kids are brown black. What does her deal dog. If i can use that expression. What is her deal. What she looking to do and you had to do that. You had to earn their trust and and also kind of understand where they're coming from. Yeah now that that's right and that's that's right It was definitely. There is definitely a choreography to the characters are all real. Names have been changed. But they're all real young men at the time they instantly become players in this story and the main guy right off the bat. As leon. And i know you'll talk with me about him. I think the point that. I take away a lot of takeaways here. Liz is you can't pigeonhole people even people who are young and seemed to be stereotypically in that group. You can't really pigeonhole them. They are complex. You can but shan right or you can but people do exactly. Let's talk about some of the characters that stood. Leon being the most prominent your first encounter with leon was what So i had met him I had a. I had met him at a party. for for jerry that jones jerry's wife threw him Belatedly his seventieth birthday party that she had Postponed his seventieth. Birthday was the february after. My dad died and you know he. He didn't have any kind of celebration. And so then the next year That would've been two thousand six february of two thousand six. My sister and i were going to see basketball game. Actually using my dad's tickets still had his name on them And there were. I saw kind of two kids there. And i was like i bet. Those are kids from community care. You know And so we went over to you know we went over to them and i was. You know kind of chatting with With the two of them in one one was kind of more chatty than the other one other one was kind of standing behind against skeptical of like. Okay who's talking to us..
"liz" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Martha stewart than raider. That's kind of my favorite thing. I've hosted new year's like cocktail parties. But they're very adult usually not what people want us to to like. Get drunk and hang out. And i usually want everyone to just kind of sitter on. Buying vision of the world is like nineteen sixties cocktail party. And it's not no one wants it. Yeah and like sweetheart. Get this shrimp from the kitchen honey. I'm just i'm out of my mind. I don't even know. But yeah i don't like to party. Liz have a wonderful rest. Your dan thank you so much for sure. Thank you so much fun vilest. Goodbye i hey everyone. April buyer is back now. Officially as my much-needed co host as you know from previous episodes april brings great advice insight and years of experience. I am so thrilled to have her. Hey how are you. Are.
"liz" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Hey everyone today's guest is actress and singer. Liz gillies it. Turns out that liz and i have a ton in common. We both drove around in. Rv's this past year. They both broke down. We both got married. Both of our husbands are named michael or both obsessed by the white lotus and neither of us knows how to cry. I love talking with liz. And she has some great advice on how to make a relationship work later in the episode. April and i talked with a listener. Who would have to leave her family to pursue her dreams of becoming an olympic athlete. If you have a question would like unqualified and qualified advice. Cleese look for the link at unqualified dot com. But first here's liz Ladies and gentlemen you're listening to unqualified with your host on a i. I can't think you enough for jimmy missed. This is so.
"liz" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Hello and welcome to the talk house. Podcast i'm josh. Modell on this week's episode. We've got to incredible songwriters from different generations. Who quickly in this conversation. Find common ground on which to converse liz fair and zella day now is fair crashed into the indie rock world in a huge way in the early nineties with her instant classic album exile and guy bill and she was already the talk of the town in this case chicago before she had even performed publicly. It was an auspicious start to a fascinating career. That went from indie world. Stardom to love affair to composing for films and tv to consciously pop leaning album to a fantastic memoir called horror stories. That came out in two thousand nineteen and it comes full circle sort of with her new album sober ish which she created with the help of producer brad would who she worked with on her early albums including exile. Here's a little bit of a song from sober. Ish called the game. Carl through the nothing to do. Rally asking me stay. Why do long made is say now. Zealots took a very different starting really young.
"liz" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Such that cnn and abc and nbc. And pretty much. Everybody is parenting this kind of thing. We weren't there ten or twenty years ago right. Well you phrased it exactly correctly. It's taken decades and it's literally been decades so the marxist that i mentioned who while at the frankfurt school in germany wrote about critical theory as a tool to implement marxism in the west they under threat of nazi of the nazis. They came to america and columbia. University allowed them to set up in the columbia university teacher's colleges. These marxists have not just metaphorically. They have quite literally infiltrated the academic system. And it's taken decades for that to become prevalent in the academic system. It did become prevalent once. It was prevalent in the academic system. Then it took a little time for those in the academic system to taught and to go and progress in their careers enough that they were parodying marxism. But that's where we are now. We've actually had a time lapse long enough that not only the idea seated in higher education. But it's been taught to people who are now in the upper echelons of their careers decades later. That's that's exactly right and that's what's so extraordinary. I think oftentimes there is a cultural lag. In the way things come out but also there's a different kind of cultural lag in the sense that most people didn't see it coming they're living their lives and then suddenly this weird thing appears and they don't know how did this happen. I mean the idea that your average american should be familiar with the term critical race theory. Much less what. It is seems preposterous. What the nazis. They hate the jews. And they're the enemy of america and we're going to go to war but the idea that we have to be familiar with these ridiculous things It really has taken us. Unawares and obviously a lot of churches are completely blindsided. They don't have a clue that this is evil from the pit of hell is marxist eight theism in different clothes. And so you know. They're playing patty cake with it. And they're putting up flags a rainbow flags or whatever it is that must amaze you being catholic right so i kind of divide christianity and i hate to use the word divide when it comes to christianity. But they're sort of three sex in american culture right the evangelical protestants and catholics. And each different way. I think these three denominations have fallen prey to this woke ism. The catholic church has fallen prey to social justice which is essentially socialism just wrapped up in this idea of charity. But it's not really charity when it's coerced when it's redistribution of wealth so the catholic church has fallen short or in fact have fallen prey to a false gospel in that sense. The protestants have fallen prey to just play woke them. They have dying congregations. So they're resorting. To these tenants of woke culture to try to recruit new members to their congregations likewise are abandoning the gospel and evangelical bless their hearts have essentially tried to create alternative institutions rather than taking on the institutions that the radical left is trying to take over. And i don't. I don't blame them. I understand you. Don't wanna send your kid to a public school. You don't want to send them to the movies. You don't wanna let them watch a movie. That has terrible theme to it but instead of taking it on they have acquiesced those institutions and remove themselves creating sort of an alternative community in doing those three things. Those three denominations which should be at the forefront of the defence of these cultural institutions. How fallen somewhat short now. That doesn't mean there's not areas that each each of christianity has done good things in our country. I don't mean to just be pointing the finger and blame but they have fallen short in combating the cultural marxism that we're facing. We're going to go to a break folks. Talking to liz wheeler she has a new show. Yes the liz wheeler show. You can go to lose leila's show dot com and you can find out how to get it. I want to remind my listeners and viewers please go to neutral medics dot com or go to mypillow dot.
"liz" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Hi everyone. You are listening to another episode of the three questions. And i'm very excited to have a fellow midwesterner. Although you sort of know year from all over the place now but i'm talking to liz fair list fair and i'm lucky enough. I've been a fan for gazillion years. Thank you andy. You and i are are sort of the same age. So i mean we kind of came out of chicago probably about the same time chicago roots. Now you're not from there originally though right you were born somewhere else. I was born in connecticut and then.
"liz" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"A great time Eating leaves adult beating to. You ought to sing about it. Step is eating up grinding. Oh well thanks so much. This was really really fun. I really appreciate it. Oh absolutely my pleasure. You're welcome back anytime so if you've ever got anything else to promote give me a call an email. Whatever we'll make it happen so much appreciate likewise have a great night. Thank you you too. Bye ladies and gentlemen. I don't know why addressing you so formally but ladies and gentlemen thank you so much for listening. You guys have been so good and i really appreciate you big air hug. Sorry for making not noise but that was the episode. Liz amazing go follow her. Show her some support. Watch concrete cowboys. Once it's out on netflix. Keep an eye out for that. And then what about a little old me. Thank you guys so much for listening to the show and supporting me if you want to support me further leave a review subscribe. Follow me on instagram at a comedy advice. Podcast it's all on the show now. It's gone over there. It's the scripture of a cap. Love you guys not not long..
"liz" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
"We might not ever have a connection with because of this. This shared experience. I've said this to. And this is just an you know when i've done to masterclasses or zoom qna's or i feel so bad for students. I mean i know your son just graduated. And it's just i feel so bad for for kids in school and the teachers and the parents of course right but you know. Their experiences are so different and for musical theatre students graduated. And there's no there's nothing to do. There's nothing there. And i said an i've said to them. You know it's interesting. You're the exact same level of all of us all of us with experience. We're all in the same boat that's right and we all have to find ways of being creative and we all have to Will get we've really will get through it together. Offer sure way and so there is there is something You know when you look for silver linings. I do feel that. There is a a global community. There's also a great deal of of you know division as well which is such a shame to me. Because i feel like we. Are you know this is something we are all experiencing and but you know again. I i tend to be well most of the time. I tend to really look for the positive just when i sing a sad song. I tried to find the hoping in asong. That's just who i am. No that's great. And and i'm in lockstep with liz because i am a hopeless optimist. I've always proclaim myself as a hopeless optimist. I'm always looking for the silver lining in just about any situation not to be confused with being ignorant or oblivious to something that's real i am you know i. I'm i'm quite real when it comes to. There's something we have to face here but at the same time i'm also looking for that silver lining. So i'm i'm i'm right there. I'm right there with you..
"liz" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"No, just thank you for letting me come on and share my story and my creepy. Couldn't. Tarantino. Bruce springsteen theory. It was really nice talking to you and it's really nice to get to connect to everyone. now, the fans of Bruce Springsteen so that twitter poll was really fun I'd love to do something like that again and I hope everyone would. Follow Jesse. Tag in it and. Didn't have the more polls? Yes. If someone wants to reach you what's your twitter handle? It's at Bronson. Liz. I'll write. Liz Thank you so much for joining me. I have adored talking to you. You have great stories and it is just so much fun visiting with you. Thank you for joining me. Good listeners Liz is already like if I had a referral card like if if you refer five people, you get a free cup of coffee or something like she's already halfway through it I swear I have three or four people that are join me on the podcast. She's like, Hey, you should talk to these people or people who responded to the poll I went hey, you want to join me. So thank you for that Liz that's that's such. That's so sweet of you and it's going to be great listeners. Thank you, please stay safe wash your hands remain socially distance wherein FM ask and take care of yourselves. We gotta do this together and for now thank you and we'll see a further on down the road. Doing a podcast at times can be a one way conversation and I, hate that. So please let me know what you like and don't like about the work I'm doing you can reach the podcasts via email at settlers bruce gmail.com. The show is on twitter at settlers Bruce and my personal twitter is at Jesse Jackson DFW. We have a website www set lesson, bruce dot com. From there you can find links to other springsteen podcasts.
"liz" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"liz" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin
"Congratulations. I told you guys manscaping was a big one. Another one is if you become a patron of r._t. Media which is the company that produces all the shows ross tucker football podcast even money fantasy feast college draft become a patron and say hey what i want more than anything to get into the fancy feast redraft league. Let me know but today's winner kyle glazer. Not only bri did he. He take advantage of the man scapegoat. This guy went to a troubling troubling level in which he said that unless this totally creeps me out and does he will man scape r._t. R._t. into his yeah that's what it will do so i kinda weird but but i wanted people that were willing to go the extra mile so i will give him credit for that and he will be the winner this week. Maybe a._b._c.'s loser momentarily when he actually does that but he's the winner. Do me a favor kyle. Don't send me a picture. I don't need a picture picture of that. No thank you what i do want before we talked to liz. I want you guys to know that i agree a huge fan of penn state huge fan of the eagles growing up. I know what what it's like to be a die hard fan. I know what it's like to want to yell at the tv and not talk to anyone for the rest today but good news. There's a show from one dri called sports wars that tells the stories of some of the greatest sports rivalries he's of all time brett farve versus aaron rodgers raphael and the doll versus roger federer shack jack versus kobe. The new season is all about college football rivalries oklahoma versus texas georgia florida. Even if you didn't go to either one of these schools you're gonna love hearing how intense these rival resort. You're not gonna wanna miss. These stories stay tuned at the end of today's episode so fancy feast podcast to hear a clip from sports wars. You're going to really enjoy the end of the day's episode you are going to. Here's a clip from sports wars right now. Let's get to liz so this is really cool because i've been i wouldn't say it's fair to say. I've been trying thing to get a liaison for years but i've been having liz on my list at least to get on for years knowing. I wanted to get her on the show. You can absolutely and you should check her out on twitter. It's spelled allies e. l. a. underscore f f she does a fantastic. I mean fantastic job for yahu. She has a story that just came out that we're gonna dive into. It's all upside fantasy football team which i love because liz. Let's be honest. That's how you win like you guys with upside to cash in for you. If you're in a competitive league that's the difference hitting those upside i players but also keeping balance and while while constructing a roster in mind could you can't you can't draft the sean jackson in every around right or you're gonna get banged so you have to kind of think about who are floor players that will mesh well with your ceiling targets but ceiling targets are so much more fun because i think i mean i know ross. You're like a dad and a husband so in life. Maybe we have to be responsible but in fantasy the ball a little bit of fun and go all upside right and i just have to say you went to princeton right dude yeah yeah yeah so i went to brown. Oh does it. I hope it. Does it bother you that you couldn't get in to like a really good. Ivy schools the only only if it bothers you because you spent all that time eating clubs in princeton while we were actually so wait a minute liz auger no first of all. Did you play a sport or something and i was actually a competitive figure skater all through like elementary school junior high in high school well <hes> i didn't go to university of delaware. Which is the school. That has the best like figure skating program. I also played volleyball but i'm five two as most most people now have tiny person and so i wasn't a particularly good center so college. Volleyball wasn't really set up for me. No pun intended or so i do that was awesome so i i my point of asking that was did you get into brown based solely on your academic merit. I would say yes s. Recruited athlete i did not i did not apply as an athlete now holy cow so just let the record show that that means liz is definitely a thousand percent smarter than i am because there is no chance that i would have gotten into the prince and are any of the ivy leagues without football so that tells you that liz is very very bright among her other wonderful qualities. That's awesome liz. Gimme gimme the background give your listener is the backer and that's the most important thing we'll get into the fantasy stuff but i always liked to personalise my guest. I are so i so i know you went to brown but go before that. Where'd you grow up. How'd you get into fantasy football and how'd you get the gig allen. I'll make it quick. I a group in chicago. My mom was a single mom. <hes> since the time i was thirteen months. I'm the only kid so is the her and i but she was out trying to make a living so my grandfather who who was the embodiment of the carl sandburg poem if anyone knows carl sandberg <unk> bit of a reference but clearly i'd like to read as as we've already discuss because the browns step but like world war two vet grizzled guy that worked on the railroads he was kind of my primary caregiver because my mom was busy so he was the guy hi who was you know taking me to to girl scouts into figure skating and to any of the camps and stuff that i was in and so i ended up learning all the stuff that if were speaking in gender normative terms like boy would learn and <hes> supports became a huge giant chicago sports fan and he unfortunately fortunately when i went away really wanted me to go to north western so that i would stay close. He was really really like to stay close baby state and i was like no i wanna go out east. I want to discover cover. What all of this is about. I can't say not brown so i went out and he unfortunately passed away the first semester of freshman year and i came home minutes away to grieve. I just started watching. I turned on the t._v. In the bears were playing the vikings and the bears lost because that's kind of how they do injured originally and and <hes> i then as a way degrees started watching every single football game not just the bears games and that became a tradition for me best word a couple of years. I'm dating this this guy. He's in this thing called the fantasy football league. He says to me sheepishly. One sunday morning and i was broke like i was straight out of college had no money was waiting tables trying to figure out my life and he had something called the red zone channel and he said do you mind if we watched this all day on sunday and like kind of hang out on the sofa uh and i was like are you kidding me. Are we ordering wings or chinese. Like what are we doing here. That's awesome. Let's totally watch football all day so i ended up like kind of secretly managing co managing his fantasy football team to a victory to a super bowl victory next year i wanted my own team didn't wanna share don't like to share so i okay <hes>. There happened to be a spot in the league. I took it. I won the super bowl that year. When the super bowl the next year then one day i was watching fantasy football live on which i am now a cast member which blows my mind and thought why why are there no women in the space. I could do this i should do. I enjoy this so. I started a blog called. The fantasy football girl dot com created a real life contact content schedule be logs put myself made it a job like made it a third job and then also started a podcast started a twitter feed and just hit like just was grinding on it and really trying to learn from others and engage with others and i did that for about four years before scout notice to me signed me to <hes> a season-long deal and then yahu paid attention in poached me away from scout out and niamh now entering my fifth season with yahoo fantasy liz. That's amazing first of all. Both your mom and your grandpa sound awesome absolutely awesome. I'm just picturing your grandpa taking you you know to girl scouts and all all that stuff and god bless him man that is that's a that's a man's man right there so that that is awesome that that really really touched me and then as for everything else that is really interesting and cool. I guess my question was when you went to brown and then you graduated. What did you think you were going to do. What did you major in you guys. Don't even have major no majors no grades yeah. We have concentrations ross kirk. I am so i will admit my first semester not just because of my grandfather's passing but just in general like i was a basic tom girl from the midwest to showed up wearing birkenstocks like i knew nothing about rich kids about east coast. Life brown was very difficult for me to culturally adjust to but i really wanted to study a whole bunch of stuff so the front my freshman year i just kind of took everything from art history to the history of the vietnam war to theater classes and dabbled and then i ended up deciding to major in theater and linguistics six my mom was not going to allow me to go to college just meter theater so she was like baby you pick something else and i speak spanish so i majored in linguistics and when i graduated i came out to l. a. wanting to have a career in entertainment and was waiting tables and trying to be an actress at the same time booked a couple of shows and was working eventually actually as an actress but it just wasn't you know i had my health insurance. I if you go on i._m._d._b. I booked plenty of things but it just wasn't fulfilling and i wanted to own something creatively blamed myself and that became the fantasy football blog. You are awesome heard about you from other people but you are. You're like legitimately awesome. This is so cool i'm loving. You're a go getter on so many different levels absolutely awesome. I'm fired up even even more than i already was. This is fantastic. What did you graduate from brown by the way and i graduated in a we'll talk about it off line but you graduated ahead of got it got it. We're keeping your age a secret. I guess getting mid thirties okay. I'm well. I i just turned forty so yes. I am ahead of you so we did probably did not overlap so that everything about that is awesome. I want to dive into into your all upside team because i think it's a great article two right before we dive into that though speaking of yahoo you leaders. Did you know that they have officially released their week. One daily fantasy football contests that's right. They have a one million dollar contest for week one. You're probably we not eligible for this list salary but no management fee a hundred k. two first place meaning more money goes back to you the players if you love liz you will love yahoo dot com slash daily fantasy. If you're just getting started with daily fantasy football joined the free to enter yahoo cup up and play all season long one hundred fifty k. in weekly and seasonal prizes and if you get a perfect lineup you win a million dollars by the way the perfect commercial perfect read yahoo dot com slash daily tennessee to tell you while we're about to have liz talk about her all upside website team because that tell you winning d._f._s. With upside people that pay off so let's get into it liz your quarterback jameis winston and i think that one most people can kind of understand right you know bruce arians no risk it no biscuit like that that one makes accents to me. I think you're running. Backs are interesting leonard for net as well as dion lewis. I will definitely was not expecting dion lewis as is an offside with all the derrick henry talk so let's dive in your running backs for net and lewis and and i know i read your story but sell the listeners and they should read you just story by the way as well just check out liz. I told you on twitter twitter handle. She posted up there. You can find it but i want to get a little bit from you liz as to why for orna lewis as your high upside dudes so part of the conceit of this article right is that the upside is relative to a player's a._d._p. Inability ability to return on investment right so when you're looking at leonard fournette and you're looking at and i get it. I get the burnt complaints. I owned him last year to write like you've got character concern concern. You've got your ability concerns. He's attached to a bluff offense in theory. Although i i am optimistic about flip coming in and maybe energizing a lot of what happened what could happen happen this year but for nets range of possible outcomes is an rb one. It has been every year since his rookie year. Which is why he's continually disappointed in. Why everyone everyone is so upset so when i look at his situation what competition does yeah we really are. We worried about a livelihood. I don't think so right like there's no t._j. Yeldan elden. There's no carlos hyde. Those guys were allowed to walk in free agency. Now they've added alfred blue. L. for blue is averaged under four point -o yards for carrying four of his last five seasons and then they used a fifth round pick on this while armstead guy who's already had a couple of dings to in terms of his durability so we know he's going to be a workhorse of course good luck finding one of those in the n._f._l. Something someone who's not working in a platoon you've got him. There and i also think when you look at this defense that jag that the jaguars have he last year they disappointed yeah. We knew they were gonna request. Regress probably not as much as they did twenty eighteen but i think they're gonna bounce back. They've made some improvement and and so this figures to be pretty conservative offense that wants to establish the run shout out to evans silva right whether or not you want whether or not that's exciting in the modern day the n._f._l. This team seems very much built around making leonard fournette work and i think when you look at those range of possible outcomes and we know he is one of the most powerful one healthy running backs available in the league when at his current a._d._p. Shoot don't tell me this guy can't produce rb two numbers. I'm in mm-hmm yeah i would say. Is this his third year fourth year at any rate. I'm trying to look it up but at any rate i think he he realizes that if he ever want to get a second contract that one way or the other the time is now so i'm kind of with you on for net for all all the reasons just mentioned i called their game on thursday night against the eagles and it's only four nets third year but he he's eligible for a contract extension after this year if he has a big one so i like the logic there for sure especially on the backups and or lack thereof and i and i love his motivation as well. What about <hes> dion lewis. That's not a name. I've heard a lot that one kind of surprised me now so so the dion lewis logic is obviously i mean i'd be lying if i said it wasn't tied to derrick henry availability this season yes derrick henry came on on week fourteen just in time to win a bunch of people fantasy championships but his usage was suspect will dion lewis lewis was used much more frequently early on in the season and and i think people have forgotten about his ability to both run inside inbetween tackles and also catch passes right. We're only thinking of him as a pass catching back but i think in p._r. Friendly formats that also buoy him because when marcus mariota he may not even end up the starter right reading some reports what's on wrote a world that seemed murky about whether he tannahill are like duffer sure start sure it's probably marcus mariota but could there be a changing of the guard. Would anyone be surprised by that. No part of that is because marcus mariota can stay healthy. His mechanics are met also ryan. Tannehill likes to check down that is good for dion lewis and when you look at the online online retailer luan urine special is right <hes> with taylor the one out for the first month. I'm guessing that arthur smith is going to tell his fragile q._b. To check down a whole bunch is get that ball out that also is a place where dion lewis can excel so again part of this is due to his eighty p._m. He's going in the thirteenth round. What else are you doing in the thirteenth route especially noting a._j. Brown we. We're not sure he's a rookie. We're also not sure about his availability. Delaney walker is still is one hundred percent percent right now. You've got adam humphreys which admittedly competes in terms of yardage with <hes> expected yardage with dion lewis but i think at the running think back position in the thirteenth round you wanna throw a dart lewis could definitely produce rb three minimal numbers thought it was was funny by the way liz it's because he's suspended for the first four games. The titans played he didn't start the game but then he played like the whole first half taylor lewan in the preseason opener against the eagles which i thought was a little bit weird because all these teams are has indicated there guys hurt but like like you'll have your best off into lyman play because he's suspended for the first four weeks like what if you tears and achilles earn s._e._a._l. This thought i get it but i thought that was is interesting but absolutely their offense of lying is in is it nearly as good with him out and then by the way what if they suffer an injury at tackle one one of the first four games then that's when things really get bad when you get multiple injuries or in this case it suspension at the same position most teams. The next dude in is usually pretty good. That's kind of who i was usually like not the guy you want starting but he's not gonna lose the game for the guy after that. That guy can lose the game for you and that guy can be a major major problem so i like. I like your logic there. Let's get to your receivers this dante moncrieff who i can absolutely understand and marquez valdez gambling which is interesting. Is there enough there for marquez. Vow skittling to eat opposite devante items liz that is an excellent point and that is the biggest question because it's very it could be very much that the packers three main players are aaron rodgers aaron jones if he stays healthy and davante adams so what's left i. I'm not sure but i do know that n._b._s. Is probably the most athletic of these receivers. He's going to have some big some big game. If you're playing basketball go ahead and roll out what boggles my mind and why i wanted to include them in this article all is the g._m._o. Is being drafted ahead of him that to me is such simplistic plug and play rational jimoh. Who is the only reason he's going to be. The the big slack is because he's not explosive. He can't make separation and up on the outside to take the number two spot m._v._s. find you a man who can do both right right like he can definitely work outside and in he did that last year. He and rogers have been working on their timing. When aaron rodgers starts talking up a player and we're looking in a post taylor done article life lifespan here i am paying attention and so i m b s has huge breakout potential and again. He's so damn cheap like why are you not reach your you. Don't even have to read from you will fall in your lap and the upside is there. He earned his quarterback troy. She's been prioritized by the coaching staff and also just for stats. If people like these he caught twenty three of twenty eight catchable targets be at the slot and also brought down fourteen of seventeen balls when working on the outside so his versatility is great drama. Allison has not been particularly durable or dependable so i think you could see an expanded role especially with randall cobb no longer part of that offense and those targets being fed at least partially to n._b._s. Find somebody that calls the packers wide receivers m._v._s._a. and g._m. That's my that's my advice for everybody out there about dante moncrieff with the steelers. I mean i have been on this. Take since april so it's catching got part of the reason i included it was because i am doing a little bit of that fantasy football writer. This was my flag. I sort of thing so i just look at people are like liking james washington now right because of his first preseason action where he hooked up with rudolf his former quarterback and i think he had a nice is forty four plus yard bomb from josh dobbs and like the first opening moments of the of last week's preseason action but i just feel like moncrieff on krief is a red zone weapon and this team is going to need to score some damn touchdowns <unk> big. Ben is going to need <unk>. Okay we could talk about vance mcdonald. Donald every damn year advanced mcdonald's supposed year. I liked dante mockery. He is a big body. He caught seven touchdowns with andrew luck. Two years ago in luck was healthy. I like the he has a nice quarterback. Big bend like the big ben's been talking him up and he's probably not going to have a ton of targets every week right. This isn't the guy that your high high volume guy. This is your high value target guy because a lot of those are going to be in the end zone tight end time liz and this this guy <hes> there's a lot of height mark andrews tight end for the baltimore ravens a lot of hype for a guy by the way that was a fourth round pick the same aim years they had a first round pick tight in but man i read the baltimore writers and they're saying he was by far the best player in camp so far which was interesting. I remember him in the u._s. Army bill. I called that game for n._b._c. and he was excellent. People are all into mark andrews has it caught brought up to his a._d._p. Yet lewis and starting to i don't like it. It is starting to the buzz will because of what you said right. It's not just that beat writers. There's are are saying that he's the most explosive playmaker encamp they've been saying that throughout spring and summer practices that's the drumbeat that people talk about it is becoming deafening happening. The buzz is mounting. This is also a converted wide receiver right <hes> a high percentile spark athlete and he was used. I used in college to bail out his q._b. Numerous times so i like what he's doing last year. He flashed radiate a let's see two grabs over sixty yards last year which is incredible for a rookie and i look at this receiving corps and there's a lot of potential miles boykin who i like to call kenny golladay two point oh <hes> he has potential marquees brown could do something if he get on the field otherwise though if i'm looking at the players who could bail out a explosive admittedly but quarterback who struggles with accuracy. I think a big bodied athletic tight end is exactly kalihi what lamar jackson needs and that's why you're seeing all these reports about the growing chemistry so i have him projected for fifty three grabs six hundred seventy eight yards and five touchdowns when you look at those double digit rounds where he is still available especially at a position. It's volatile as china. I'm taking it. Her name is liz loza. You need need to check out her stories over at yahoo including the all upside fantasy football team if you want to read more she. She has a lot of stuff there on james winston. I think most people intuitively understand that one. You can check her out on twitter and instagram damn at liz loza underscore fantasy football f f f f atlas lows underscore f f where else are people reading you seeing you the t._v. Show make sure liz podcast. Whatever make sure everybody knows everything. You've got going for the season ellen ariza time so yes. I do a podcast twice. A week called the yahoo fantasy football podcast. You can subscribe to that. We have a great time. We have tons of guests on ross. Please come on. We'd love to have you on as well. <hes> i will be joining the cast of fantasy football live for the fifth year. Although the show is now i think in its fourteenth year and that begins ninety minutes before kick-off up every sunday beginning with week one and i'm also doing a new show this year. That's going to premiere the first monday night. What is that september number nine september tenth. It's all just third. I don't even what what is the first sunday. After september nineteen the first monday like ten minute show cover hover three with kimberly martin anguish el gringo will premiere. We're going to have lots of cool gas in fact. I'm rolling from this into a conference. Call a video chat with a guest that will be the incredible so check out cover three when it premieres on september ninth as well <hes> and yeah follow me on the socials in there's articles nicole stares podcasters t._v. shows. You can't miss me. She is a multimedia fantasy football star and her backstory is amazing amazing. You just heard it. I love it. I didn't know before even more of a fan now than i was before a lot of different reasons even though you weren't able to the go-to the number one school in the country still went to a good school. There's nothing to be ashamed of about that. I'm kidding. I'm kidding. If you listen to me on this podcast a lot and you listen to liz twenty minutes you already know she's way smarter than me. That's very very obvious liz. I'd be happy to come on your show. If you need a little line insight to help you differentiate between a few guys certainly let me know thanks so much. Keep killing it. I appreciate you coming on ain't into the night. That was awesome really really enjoyed that by the way there's even more fantasy content. You can get from my dude over at c._b._s. Sports sports h._q. The network streams twenty four seven. They got fantasy. Experts there to help you all to watch stuff like watch some fantasy e-content. They're all over it so whether you play d._f._s. Or season-long they'll give you the info you need to make the right choices for your lineups every every day. Though also bring you the latest news highlights previews and recaps from around the sports world no politics no no fake debates. Just sports for real sports fans the best news of all free. I don't mean free for a week or month. I mean like totally freedom the log in just open the c._b._s. sports app and watch anytime from anywhere on your phone or at home on your apple t._v. Roku or fire tv couldn't be easier download the c._b._s. Sports app and watch c._b._s. sports h._q. Today that'll do it for this. Show today a day tomorrow my ole line tears by the way we also have the even money podcast which we will be launching late tonight monday monday night. Edition don't do that very often. We'll be launching and posting even money podcast. You can check out today. We also jimmy train from sports ford illustrated talking about the media landscape for this year on the ross tucker football podcast but other than that for right now. I am stuffed. We're done tears tomorrow. Please.
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