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"la raza" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Year. That's one year the best fillet mignon you'll ever taste. But for a limited time spelled MOI and K, box dot com slash Eric that's monk box dot com slash Eric moint box dot com slash Eric. I'm talking to Charlie Kirk. We're talking about the news of the day. Nothing more dramatic than what happened the other day. It is deeply sickening, but it is a moment for me of hope because I think we could wake up the sleeping giant called we the people because of what happened. So Charlie, you were saying that, how do we respond to this naked aggression against what is called America effectively? Two things. So number one, I want to just recognize something. I wrote last year that the conservative movement has become anti fragile. If you're unfamiliar with the term, it's a great book by NASA lab, argues that the more you attack a certain organization or people, they actually get stronger. It's different than resiliency. It's a whole different category. I believe the conservative movement has become anti fragile. Dissidents are usually anti fragile. You have to be, right? Which is the more they attack you, the deeper our resolve goes. We'll out breed you while at work you will not think you will create you. I've seen that energy now in the conservative movement. They have Soros they have Zuckerberg, they have gates. We have the people we have organizing. This only this poor is a thermonuclear weapon on top of that. Okay, that's number one. But the second thing is how do we respond, which I, people act as if we don't have power. This is what drives me nuts about what we have to wait. Look, we're going to do fine. People are so motivated. They're going to camp out like a maga rally in front of the polls. People are going to wait like a week before voting. We're never going to see turnout whether or not we can stop the fraud and all this other stuff. We'll talk about that later. But we have power now. And so here's my radical proposal Eric. And I said this on my show, I'll say it here. Raids must be met with raids. State attorney generals that are Republican have to authorize raids against Soros groups, BLM Planned Parenthood, the alphabet mafia groomers, chemical castration of children now. Here's why. A hundred facilities should be raided by rated by the next week. Find them. You're trying to tell me there's not a hundred criminal organizations that are aiding and abetting people across the southern border, la Raza, we know them. They publicized it. I'm not saying you have to arrest them, just raid them. Find out what you find. Why? That will all of a sudden make them and their internal chatters. Nice. You are so stupid. You read Trump, now they're coming after us. Good. Now you know there's a price to this. Now you know that you will cross that line. Isn't that the question, Charlie is whether we have people on our side, people who love this country, willing to take that step. Do you think that we do? Who are those people? It will not happen. Because here's why. They're like, well, we have to be better than them. All right, I want to win. Okay? You might not like where we are as a country again. Go to the Tim Scott thing. Go become a mayor or something, okay? This is a very high stakes game. So look, I missed the old thing. The old agreement was, okay, we kind of don't touch the political opponents unless they're kidnapping. Well, actually, no, that's not true. Even after kidnapping children, we don't arrest them. Like Bill Clinton, we just kind of act like it doesn't happen. We just don't touch political figures. That's actually keeps us society stable. They broke that order. They broke it. Okay. The page is turned. So now how do we respond? Well, our side is filled with a bunch of gutless wonders. People that love doing press releases. You talk to some of these attorney generals. Well, Charlie, I can't weaponize. I'm not talking about weaponization. How many, how many offices have you rated for the a $1 billion in damages that BLM did in the summer of 2020? The statute of limitations is still there. How many offices have you rated about la Raza and these other groups that are helping? Who would do this though? The question is Republican state attorney generals. We have 7 of them. But which ones are not gutless? I mean, I know Jeff Landry and Louisiana, I know these guys. I know Ken Paxton. Again, it's not exactly a text message. I think they like receiving from me, of which I sent, which is so when are you going to raid them? They don't like it. But Charlie, let's use this opportunity to call them out. If you don't do this, we will lose everything. It's that simple. Well, we'll lose everything and we'll come after you. In other words, if you do not take the action, the God has given you and the American people have given you the responsibility to take action on these kinds of things. If you don't get that, if you don't have the courage to do that, we don't want you around anymore. We no longer need you. We never did, but now we're going to make sure that you're replaced. Yes, and it all has to be lawful. It has to be transparent. I guess. Let me give you a great example. You're trying to tell me that there is not a connected business or something that could be rated for Hunter Biden and all this escapades in Arkansas..
Charlie Kirk on Responding to the Naked Aggression Against Americans
"So Charlie, you were saying that, how do we respond to this naked aggression against what is called America effectively? Two things. So number one, I want to just recognize something. I wrote last year that the conservative movement has become anti fragile. If you're unfamiliar with the term, it's a great book by NASA lab, argues that the more you attack a certain organization or people, they actually get stronger. It's different than resiliency. It's a whole different category. I believe the conservative movement has become anti fragile. Dissidents are usually anti fragile. You have to be, right? Which is the more they attack you, the deeper our resolve goes. We'll out breed you while at work you will not think you will create you. I've seen that energy now in the conservative movement. They have Soros they have Zuckerberg, they have gates. We have the people we have organizing. This only this poor is a thermonuclear weapon on top of that. Okay, that's number one. But the second thing is how do we respond, which I, people act as if we don't have power. This is what drives me nuts about what we have to wait. Look, we're going to do fine. People are so motivated. They're going to camp out like a maga rally in front of the polls. People are going to wait like a week before voting. We're never going to see turnout whether or not we can stop the fraud and all this other stuff. We'll talk about that later. But we have power now. And so here's my radical proposal Eric. And I said this on my show, I'll say it here. Raids must be met with raids. State attorney generals that are Republican have to authorize raids against Soros groups, BLM Planned Parenthood, the alphabet mafia groomers, chemical castration of children now. Here's why. A hundred facilities should be raided by rated by the next week. Find them. You're trying to tell me there's not a hundred criminal organizations that are aiding and abetting people across the southern border, la Raza, we know them. They publicized it. I'm not saying you have to arrest them, just raid them. Find out what you find. Why? That will all of a sudden make them and their internal chatters. Nice. You are so stupid. You read Trump, now they're coming after us. Good. Now you know there's a price to this.
"la raza" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Good date rehabilitated and real entertaining. This is the Carl Jackson podcast guest. All right, welcome to the Carl Jackson show podcast on this Friday. Listen, this is gonna be a very fun show. I think this is going to be a show that's exciting uplifting informative with me today is Jorge bonilla of the media research center Latino always have great conversations with him. He always keeps us up to date and what's happening on the left in the Latino community and the media what they're spewing and all that kind of nonsense, but also keeps us up to date on what's happening inside of America with the Latino community polling where the Latino community is headed, all that good stuff. So we have a lot to talk about today with Jorge panela of the media research center Latino Jorge. Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much for having me back for all this great to be here. All right, absolutely. All right, so first off, before we get started, I got Jorge. I got to get your opinion on your take on a couple of things because these things broke obviously earlier, but I haven't heard of you. I got to talk about breakfast tacos. I love me some breakfast tacos, but apparently Joe Biden loves some breakfast tacos as much as she loves. As much as she loves Latinos. She thinks they're the same thing. So I haven't heard your take on this. So I just love to hear that. Lord have mercy. What a story. I knew, you know, as you know, when MRT Latino, we monitor media, Latino media, Latino organizations, things that can be newsworthy. And when I saw Joe Biden going to address unidos U.S. a little bit of background, we those U.S. is the organization that used to be known as the National Council of la Raza. So, okay. I didn't know that. Yes, so she was going to go over there. There's a political event. La rata is a totally left wing organization. That was instrumental in creating this fake artificial Latino identity, which they wanted to make into something racial, but it's really something political. And la Raza was instrumental in sort of creating that. So that they get their purpose was so that they could have influence and political matters on the east coast. And sort of get away from just being regional to the west and southwest, the chicagos and tunnels. They wanted to influence whatever went on in New York, Miami, Chicago, whatever have you, so they came up with la rasa, and they came up with this idea of the unified Latino ethnicity or race, but it's really about left wing politics. So they gravitate towards mostly towards Democrat leaders. And they were, you know, they really did a lot to help push Joe Biden over the top. And so Joe Biden showed up at the Samuel conference, and I knew I knew when I saw, first of all, the event was called the LatinX inclusion luncheon. All right, right, right, right. That is. Right? By all of a minute, you mean to tell me you're going to have a LatinX lunch on and Joe Biden is going to speak of this thing. I knew immediately call that that was going to be some magic. The Joe Biden was going to show up. And I suspect that she was going to try and do some. Like she did at the Caesar Chavez day last year. Oh man, so we cut it up. We looked at it. And when she said, you know, that the diversity of the Latino community is like the boga does of The Bronx. First of all, the word is bodega. Right, right. Not a bogue though. You could tell that that was the first time that Joe Biden in her life ever had to say bodega. And it showed how out of touch she was. It really did. I think that was eye opening too to me, honestly..
"la raza" Discussed on KOMO
"Ferguson says that's not where the onus is on folks to take on someone who they have no idea what weapon our weapons they have. One of their targets is online marketplaces that allow stolen goods to be sold with the call to the larger sites to follow eBay's example and do their part to stop it. Ryan Harris, northwest news radio. One man is in the hospital and a suspect is in custody after pierce county's sheriff's department says one man was shot and another says one man shot the other through the door of their apartment. The sheriff's department says the victim was found shot on Hannah pierce road in university place. They said the victim was shot after the suspect knocked on the door and then fired through it when the victim tried to answer Tacoma police arrested the suspected gunman this morning. He has been booked into the pierce county jail under suspicion of first degree assault. Rules for regulating massage parlors that haven't been updated in three decades could soon see some changes under a plan aimed at preventing human trafficking. The proposal from King County council member Reagan Dunn would create a work group that includes law enforcement and groups that work against human trafficking to review the regulations and recommend changes, done also wants a comprehensive review of the unlicensed businesses in the county. It's pretty easy to determine through the online and social media. Which ones are operating outside the scope of the legal authority given under the code. And so we can review that fairly easily. This proposal comes after a raid last week on a Renton massage parlor where investigators say a woman was held captive and forced to perform illegal services. Amazon's housing equity fund unveiled its first project in Seattle this morning, John lobert was there. Just about any kind of community work is grueling. When we applied for dollars and talking to Amazon. So you can imagine the surprise that overcame a stellar Ortega when she started working with Amazon on a housing project. She runs El Centro de la Raza. We thought that we were applying for a loan of $3.5 million. It turns out that it is a graph, a gift. Amazon's housing equity fund has committed more than $2 billion
"la raza" Discussed on xperi-test-v1-t
"Beats featuring Anna. I wish people would actually get better titles in the U.S. garage scene, anyway. And that's a toy Edwards remix of the most beautiful. And that samples. By any more Coney and edda Jo also, from a very strange looking film about the model of veruska, which came out nice and too and I really need to see it because I've seen pictures of him like, what the hell is going on there? And it's documentary, but it looks like something from satirical or something. It's like very strange or holy mountain or something. You know, it's that kind of thing. These really strange setups. And then we had one 8 7 lockdown with gunman. I love UK garage. I'm all about the speed garage. Nice, 97. I was just waterball speed garage. And pavement. And that sample. La Raza de Conti, but not the gunman from the for a few dollars more. It's a sound of the music box, which also comes up later, I think. I think that the music box one. Yes it is. Yeah, 60 seconds to wow, which you will hear again a bit like year in the background, the really odd west beat by Westworld. Good the bad and the ukulele is just like you look at on the sample covers list and who sampled and just like pages and pages. I could do a series of podcasts just on. They're probably not, no all them are very good. I mean, the famous one is cameo. Word up. A lot of electro and funk and soul things to sample to, you know, that well you heard in the background that we sleep. And on the synthesizer, that is everywhere. It's a little bit of riff taking. That's where the inspiration goes far and wide. Is those kind of things. And quite a lot of sample dropping things will just you find it a lot in dancehall records and hip hop. So much hip hop and most of it is shite, but then that's just the cross I have to bear, of doing these kind of shows. And then as a start, we had a Lucia del jono. Quite on your Coney from meti on a scene. In the party. One night at dinner. Yeah, that would be funny. Yeah, but like a western, just setting a dinner party. That would be good. So we're going to play a track, which one of those aforementioned tracks, one of the good ones that just nicked that little Whistler bit from good to bad and ugly. And it's very famous. And even down to the intro from deliverance. So this is rotting cocks, beers, steers, and queers, the 12 inch version. I'm.
"la raza" Discussed on xperi-test-v1-c
"WMV as vaporwave yeah I was like what's vaporwave? I've come across it before it's kind of like extension of hauntology and hypnagogic stuff I used to play. Rhett use a little bit more slow down a little bit. Fever dreamy and that's obviously something manga, but also sampling in CD factory. That's one of the few titles on that album I'll try living like this that you can pronounce because the rest of them in Korean, even though they're American. That samples any oregonian. Funny enough. That samples a track called mortality unsold data from good to bad in the ugly. 1966. Then before that we had, well, a placeholder because I'm not playing at universal and that means no island, no big life. So know all. No old school war, obviously they're in a different record label now. It's going to play New Orleans. I don't think they're a big life anymore. That was instrumental again. I played them in the last show. Little fluffy clouds, which samples the man with a harmonica, quite famously, and also Steve Reich, electric counterpoint, with pat methionine and he was not happy bunny about. He took years to catch up with him and say, where's my money for that sample? And then before that, not any Morocco you just kind of get your western that's montefiore cocktail with their cover of the theme for Star Wars in a petty in a Betty and you bet he will guest and a Betty western bestie western Betty sweaty Betty star no. Spaghetti western style. Uh, sorry it's 9 in the morning. I have sleep yet, so I have actually been sleeping last evening, so when I sleep cycle is all over the shop, including my mixing, this is why my mixing is like, what the hell are you doing? Then before that, we had, I'm actually a disco in here. You've podcast about spitty westerns and I managed to get disco in, you see. You sent me a challenge with fine disco in an obscure genre, I'll find it. That is Franco cushions or project. Called empty country, and it starts out very kind of smoothy western and then operatic. And then disco comes in. Why not? That's from the very strange cosmic dudes folder I found on a certain peer to peer site, which has been very useful. I don't know who compiled it. It's massive directory of cosmic and weird style. Then, before that, we had Keith and super beats featuring Anna. I wish people would actually get better titles in the U.S. garage scene, anyway. And that's a toy Edwards remix of the most beautiful. And that samples. By any more Coney and edda Jo also, from a very strange looking film about the model of veruska, which came out nice and too and I really need to see it because I've seen pictures of him like, what the hell is going on there? And it's documentary, but it looks like something from satirical or something. It's like very strange or holy mountain or something. You know, it's that kind of thing. These really strange setups. And then we had one 8 7 lockdown with gunman. I love UK garage. I'm all about the speed garage. Nice, 97. I was just waterball speed garage. And pavement. And that sample. La Raza de Conti, but not the gunman from the for a few dollars more. It's a sound of the music box, which also comes up later, I think. I think that the music box one. Yes it is. Yeah, 60 seconds to wow, which you will hear again a bit like year in the background, the really odd west beat by Westworld. Good the bad and the ukulele is just like you look at on the sample covers list and who sampled and just like pages and pages. I could do a series of podcasts just on. They're probably not, no all them are very good. I mean, the famous one is cameo. Word up. A lot of electro and funk and soul things to sample to, you know, that well you heard in the background that we sleep. And on the synthesizer, that is everywhere. It's a little bit of riff taking. That's where the inspiration goes far and wide. Is those kind of things. And quite a lot of sample dropping things will just you find it a lot in dancehall records and hip hop. So much hip hop and most of it is shite, but then that's just the cross I have to bear, of doing these kind of shows. And then as a start, we had a Lucia del jono. Quite on your Coney from meti on a scene. In the party. One night at dinner. Yeah, that would be funny. Yeah, but like a western, just setting a dinner party. That would be good. So we're going to play a track, which one of those aforementioned tracks, one of the good ones that just nicked that little Whistler bit from good to bad and ugly. And it's very famous. And even down to the intro from deliverance. So this is rotting cocks,.
"la raza" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Guerrero. Another just perfect chemistry for you. I love daddy and, you know, Eddie and I were like, we were like brothers because we played hard, we fought hard. Eddie and I have had a couple face fights and, you know, we've had disagreements. But, you know, you do with your brother. And you know, with any, he was so talented. And sometimes Eddie would overthink. You know what I mean? Big time. And Eddie was just so good at what he did. He didn't have to think too much. It was all there in front of him. And he is, like I said before, when I talk about the greatest of all time, you got to put in Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho, and Eddie Guerrero. Eddie was one of the most when you think of a wrestler being the greatest of all time. You have to look at every category. You have to look at promo skills, pre taped skills, in ring ability, character, charisma. They all had it ten stars all the way across the board. All three of them. And Eddie was part of that. I mean, I couldn't believe how talented he was. And his body was really beat up. He was in a car accident. He broke his leg and I think his back and he was having a real difficult time getting around, but when he got in that ring, he was on fire. Eddie would walk like this backstage. Like an old man. True story. And then when he go through coding, hey, hey. Viva la Raza. So Eddie was like, for the fans, he was Eddie Guerrero for, you know, for us, backstage, he was an old man. Let's talk about one of the fights that you had. I remember there's a SmackDown. We're backstage. There's a fight. Okay, what happened was we had a fight in the ring. We're getting heat on Eddie and it was Luther reigns marching drag on myself. I didn't touch Eddie, okay? So I couldn't have been the one that stiffed them. And march in drag and Luther rains were getting heat on Eddie. And when I got backstage, Eddie came back after the show and we all wait and gorilla and say thank you and shaking each other's hand. And I want to shake his hand. I said, thank you, Eddie. He said, no, no. What you did out there was wrong. You were stiff in me. I said, Eddie, I didn't touch you. He said, bullshit. You were stiff of me. You were beat me up. And I pushed him. I didn't know what to do. It made me so mad. I pushed him. And he double eggs me. An amateur wrestler double egg, and I get him down, golden by the way. And I start choking him out. So big show comes in. And this is embarrassing. Okay, talk about having little guy syndrome. Big show grabs me by my back of my singlet, picks me up, push me on one corner, takes Eddie puts Eddie in another course he says, you guys are done. And now I'm Pis the big show. I said, don't ever touch me like that again. I mean, big show was so damn strong. He lifted me up with one head. My legs were kicking. So we get backstage and I felt bad. So I went to Eddie's locker room to apologize. I get back there, and I knock on the door and he opens the door. He doesn't say anything. I said, hey, listen, I just want to say I'm sorry. You know what Eddie said to me? I'm not ready yet. So I go inside. I started kicking him. I'll fight Eddie. We're throwing punches. And Bradshaw pulls us apart and like, guys, you gotta stop. I'm like, well, I said I was sorry in this asshole doesn't want to say, sorry back. But that's Eddie. I think it's gonna apologize when he wants to. And I should have known that. I'll remember him. He was young. Just because you're a little bit gold medalist, you think you shit don't think? And afterwards is a double egg and it didn't work. I said, he's an Olympic gold medalist. A double leg is the first thing.
"la raza" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And basically molesting her Right wing her effectively And there was no investigation There was no investigation The Albany county DA's office and Albany county sheriff did not immediately return messages but the times union of Albany quoted unnamed officials is saying the complaint had been issued prematurely by the court and that he final decision hadn't been made about whether Cuomo would face charges Comas Lawrence spokesperson didn't immediately return blah blah blah Camusso not sure how to pronounce it but camusso who was an executive assistant for Cuomo says he reached under her shirt and fondled her when they were alone in a room that the governor's mansion Albany late last year She said Cuomo pulled her in for a hug as she prepared to leave the governor's office at the mansion When she told him you're going to get us in trouble Cuomo replied I don't care and slam the door shut according to her account She said Cuomo's all right I'm not gonna read anymore Grabbed her breast Cuomo's denied it of course Now if they're in a room in the doors shut and they're alone I'm just curious how you bring charges in a situation like them I'm not saying you shouldn't I'm no Cuomo fan And look the fact is there is a pattern with this guy right How many people have come forward Rich like ten A lot Reminds me the Bill Cosby situation Not exactly of course but you go wait a minute Can all 412 people be lying I don't think so I don't think so All right I want to move into what I was thinking about discussing and therefore I shall The race in Virginia Well it appears that young and has taken a slight lead In Glenn young will be a guest on this program next hour It appears that young and has taken a slightly maybe 5 points in Virginia The reason I'm hesitant to even bring it up Is because the Democrats have a lead in early voting I've seen the numbers Which means Republicans Democrats we've had enough of the Democrats and the penance you've got to turn out And vote Because the polls are meaningless If you don't that is not going to lose So this is crucial You got to fight like you're behind all the time And he may well be who knows what these polls are all about But Terry mcauliffe was at a rally yesterday over and over again he says critical race theory is a dog whistle for racist It's a racist dog whistle Why do they keep talking about this Why do they keep bringing it up Cut one go I am sick of them talking about these issues of critical race theory We do not teach critical race they were here in Virginia It has never been taught It isn't racist dog whistle It is pitting parents against parents parents against teachers and they're using our children as political pawns and it has got to stop Well we all know he's a liar especially the voters the citizens The parents in the Commonwealth of Virginia because they saw their own two eyes and heard with their own two ears what was being taught But to put the lie to this remarkably enough this morning Virginia promotes book telling teachers to embrace critical race theory which McCullough says isn't being taught Virginia's Department of Education and that's under the control of the current Democrat governor The governor is promoting a book that says quote teachers must embrace theories such as critical race theory And I call it for said throughout his campaign the radical ideology is not taught in Virginia schools The department's website provides resources for its equity initiatives This is Fox which includes a tab titled what we are reading The list comprised of resources the equity office recommends and references in its work includes books by antiracist advocate I wouldn't call them that Abram K candy An abolitionist teaching network cofounder bettina love These are radical leftists who push this racist ideology Maybe we should send a copy of American Marxism to the Virginia board of education mister Peterson Lastly teaches most embrace it says theories such as critical race theory settler colonialism black feminism diss and ability critical race studies and the other critical theories that have the ability to interrogate anti blackness And love wrote in we want to do more than survive abolitionist teaching in the pursuit of educational freedom This is one of the books being pushed By the education department in the Commonwealth of Virginia The book was 6th on the Virginia department's list and was also promoted in a March 2020 news letter While the inclusion isn't evidence that critical race there is being taught in state schools loves book provides guidance for educators stating that teachers need to question whiteness and do away with phrases like work hard and be nice Now there's more than enough evidence That it's being taught There's no question that's being taught They're in the second phase of it being taught now A second phase McCullough has repeatedly say critical race there is not torn in Virginia schools and has said his Republican opponent young can use his contention surrounding racial identity to divide people He previously said claims that critical race theory was being taught in Virginia schools was a right wing conspiracy No it's a radical Marxist left wing reality Reality The Virginia Department of Education's website said Ed equity Virginia initiative is focused on establishing equity targets measuring equity outcomes and implementing systemic policy and regulatory changes My God And then that's taken over It also said inequity office within the department is charged with leading efforts to advance education equity eliminate achievement gaps and increase opportunity and decrease disproportionality in student outcomes So in other words this is how they get rid of merit This is how they get rid of top schools that teach top students and so forth and this is how society dies You dumb down the level to the dumbest level Now the equity program includes a variety of resources including an audit tool used to determine whether a school is hitting certain standards If for example excuse me it for example as one of the student code of conduct includes an anti racism statement or if language was removed from the code that categorizes racial justice movements Black power Black Lives Matter la Raza as racist hate speech or controversial No you can't do that Now at the top of its reading list which included love's book the department states that the books of the resources of the office of equity and community engagement references in the development of our work as well as text We recommend At the bottom it stayed some of the links to the Ed equity Virginia pages lead you to websites not associated with the Commonwealth of Virginia The Department of Education does not necessarily endorse the views expressed by the data and facts presented on the external sites And yet it.
"la raza" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"Encounter it point of all this being. I believe it comes down to choice. We live in america where the biggest of everything is. We have the freedom of choice and we live in a free country and we're not getting that opportunity to make that choice for ourselves. Now they're gonna let you do the alternative test for you. There is no testing that no vaccine or maybe walk. I mean do you understand their point of view first of all they're hospital and this delta variant seems Highly contagious and some people are suffering from it. And that's just not something they could have spreading in hospital. I mean what. I wouldn't want to go into a hospital with the personnel is not vaccinated. What why would. I wanna do that many employees. We've been on this eighteen month. You guys and many employees have never been contracted. The virus being exposed to it on a daily being inpatient rooms being well. That's that's that's where it locking work carefully. And there's a lot of luck involved but You can't go on forever. That way. I mean eventually the virus is gonna get everybody who's not vaccinated. That's the way. I believe if we don't put our guard down and we don't sit there and allow the media and and whatnot to get the best of us and we continue to protect ourselves. We're able to continue this. We're not getting co bedding getting getting sick. Yeah but you're you're talking here about several thousand actually more than several thousand about Almost a quarter has almost fifty thousand people at kaiser permanente that's unvaccinated. I that that's that's a huge huge number of people in the system. There i mean they have to make their customers. Their patients feel comfortable here. Some of us even have the antibodies From contracting krono virus so what's the point of having a vacuum and that's one of already produced those antibodies and within our own he immune system. Okay i guess. That's a debatable. Point there if you already have the antibodies in your system but for the rest of them how can a hospital system have fifty thousand employees not vaccinated when their purpose is to keep patients healthy. I mean on its face. That's that's that's that's a huge liability for small huge legalize ability to begin with. If there's an outbreak they had them contracted the Well you telling me nobody. In the kaiser permanente system has ever contracted the virus. Come on course somebody has most definitely it comes down to it. Where like i said. We can't put our guard down and we have to re but nobody nobody's perfect. Nobody keeps their guard up. Twenty four seven forever. I the guard is actually. You're dealing with compromised people in elderly people right. Mostly people who come to hospitals actually very sick and those are the prime targets to die from the virus. I mean i just don't understand that if you're there to care for people's medical conditions and you're dealing with the sick and the old how could you not can can. I can't be vaccinated to protect them to protect the patient you caring for. I mean i don't get that we're perfectly healthy being unvaccinated. We've like i said we've been in the in the pandemic eighteen months and we're still standing strong story while you're you're healthy day. How come on your healthy till the day. You're not i mean that's that's that's not proof of any we're out of time but the who recommend this and they're going against their guidelines and requiring it. I'm saying use common sense common sense. Says they've done three hundred. And fifty million of these injections there have been no problems with side effects. It actually dramatically down the spread of the virus to the point that the original viruses almost gone now these delta variant replaced it and the variant showed up because of the unvaccinated. I mean you're you're educated in medicine. This shouldn't be. We shouldn't be having this wrestling match here. you should. You should not the only one that does that agree with not getting vaccinated as a matter of other people. Don't agree i. It doesn't matter what the truth is. And you're educated enough experienced enough to to know what the truth is. We gotta go thanks to you. We'll help you can hang onto your job. Somehow that is a woman who wants to remain anonymous works. Kaiser permanente does not want to take the vaccine. There was a mandate there. She's not going to hang out over. They're gonna fire by the way. I could forge the emails from people who say the government's covering up all the deaths from the vaccine exists everywhere. Showing the real. Yeah i don't. 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But it's part of the It's part of what you can do. We respect that but we have to also get out the vote. Reject the recall. It's not good for you. It's not good for children other living things. Thank you bye. Children other living things other living things. Like zoom caller. Was she in person just like you buy. That's all i'm to say told. That was in person. That's a person. Yeah that's unfiltered. There is like a shafie. does things about hunger. Does he cook i. I don't know i didn't know he was. He was feeding people. What does he done for hungry. People there. I don't see any shortage of food. I mean there's an eighty percent of the country obese. I hunger doesn't seem to be the problem. Really groundbreaking breaks ground hunger and food insecurity. As if we don't secure we gotta do you know feed breakfast lunch and dinner to the kids and you walk around and everybody's fifty pounds overweight. I don't understand who.
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"Hey you just go to mexico. I was in an uber. The other day the guy was talking about his family. Having a hard time. Getting in this guy tells me as an immigrant. He probably thought it was left leaning right until i sit two words. And he's like oh crap radical at my backseat. He's like. I'm going to tell my family to go to mexico and they'll come see me. It's like it's like knowledge around the world and he was middle eastern. Just go to mexico. You can come in. But you sarah who tried to abide by the law not get pulled over by a cop. While you're driving with an expired license you can get your license renewed right. They make it impossible for me to be able to see my license to prove which friend and also we all you. you can't be expected to get voter. Id and all of these things. If you're not who you say you are. But i am who i am and i can't just renew my driver's license. It's like the crime they commit shouldn't even be happening in the first place. Like if an american citizen commits a crime okay. That's kind of an inevitable consequence not living on an island but when these people come in here and they commit crime you're not even supposed to be here in the first place let alone you know the crime of entering the country illegally then committing violent crime and then you know they have say the anchor babies still they have anchor babies and you look at like the crime rates of those in there like significantly higher than the native born population even while they're they're not immigrants their citizens because they were born on american soil. It's like yeah. But they're the children of illegal immigrants and they commit vastly higher violent crimes when you're talking about people who are crossing the border illegally and as you just pointed out john their entire like their trip here is just that is a crime in and out of health. How can you expect them to respect american laws. When the entire reason that they're here was from breaking the law. I always point on my show a lot because There's a lot of arguments in favor of just total open borders that appeal to what i call the patriots ego. Like this idea. They just love america so much and it's like you think these people who are wearing shirts that say la raza waving the mexican flag because they they literally think that they're taking back the land that is there's that we took from them in the mexican american war. And it's like you think they're going to be at the border. And like i was going to be handing out copies of john stewart. Mail and thomas paine and they're gonna read and they're gonna be like oh. I love the founding fathers. It's like no. They're here because they want to export the country economically. Sorry sorry just. Show me where it's worth okay. Mic my native country south africa zero borders for twenty six years. Twenty six years. Okay on fire. it's on fire okay. They they say they report thirty. Two percent unemployment. It's fifty three percent unemployment. They don't want to give you the room fifty three even if it's thirty two percent unemployment and inflation that's gonna hit seven percent at the moment. I mean it's insane. It hasn't worked. It will never work or just for a moment. Don't lock your doors. Leave.
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"A company in Raleigh, North Carolina, believes a drug they developed for celiac disease could also help cure the damage left behind in the lungs of covert 19 survivors. John Tintoretto and his team of researchers developed a drug called La Raza tied the drug helps to prevent inflammatory response in the gut. It's currently the only celiac treatment. In Phase three trials, researchers are just beginning trials to see if the drug could also have the same anti inflammatory impact in the lungs of covert 19 patients. And the lining of the lungs or similar to the lining of the gut that it would have could replicate what we were seeing him gotten belongs at the end of what you do you improve the lives of patients that are suffering from debilitating diseases. The company has partnered with a European company to begin phase one trials in Australia after having success with the drug and animal studies this week. You may have seen photos on your social media feed with the Hashtag go red for women. It's to bring awareness to women's heart health and one avid runner, says she was surprised by the danger she faced. News Nation reporter Laurie Tucker has the story. If there's a race, Megan Cole is probably in it. I did not fit what you would think somebody who might have a heart attack. It was during a run with her best friend that mega knew something was wrong with that. My chest started hurting. And I thought, Well, that's a little bit funny, but maybe it's just a cramp. I really think I need to walk. I really don't feel very well and I just felt like a lot of pressure on my chest. All of this. That.
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"Or if you've been arrested or cited for criminal offenses, call us 559498 8000 Capitan Brothers. We are the valley's law firm. Today's show's part two out of the three part series with rock star Brian Wheat from the rock band Tesla, who has just written a new book entitled Son of a Milk Man, My Crazy Life with Tesla. We left off last week with Brian telling us about the bad habits abandon counters on the road pre recorded on January 21st 2021 via a zoom video conference. Here is my interview with Brian Wheat. When I when I was out on tour with Tommy at one point, and I don't want to get too much into this, But at one point, I don't want to talk too much about no, I know going in. And here's the question about about it is at one point, he says, a man. Well, you know what to expect him on heroin. And I said, Ah, yeah, Knock it off. What do you trying to be a rock and roll star? Does does The drugs. Come from wanting to be a rock and roll star. Or does the drugs come Because of how difficult it is on the road? Being a girl? She'll be completely 100%. Honestly, okay? We take drugs. Out of first at a curiosity or peer pressure, right in school, a smoke this joint or a whatever then we like it. Okay? We like the drugs. Most people like when they take drugs. They like him. That's why they stay on him, right? Then. Boredom kicks in. Right, And then you like to drugs even more. And then you mix that with success and money and people telling you how cool you are. And you lose sight of who you really are. And either I tell people you either wake up one day. Pull your head out of here. And figure out that that it's all a myth. It's all a facade. And You know? You get it together or You don't and you, you end up being a blow it You're gonna blow it case or dead. There's three ways to go. When was that day for you? Um, what's funny enough? I didn't start doing drugs until we were starting to break up in 94. Cause I just used Tonto drink a lot. My thing was, you know, single malt Scott with Scotch whisky and, uh, you know, Tranquilizers, but not no, not that much. But just really. And it wasn't until 94 when I could see the band was falling apart. That I started experimenting with harder drugs, cocaine and ecstasy. You know, basically when, you know, uh, pain pills that or whatever. And You know, I did that for about I want to say two years. You know, the last year the band was together and then about Eight months. After the band broken up, and that's when I hooked up with Monique. Oh, you know. And she just said Look, dude, if you're gonna do these drugs I can't see. You know, I don't want to go out with a drug addict. I'm not interested, right? And literally, mark. I quit. I said, I don't need to do cocaine. I don't I don't need to do drugs. I kept drinking alcohol. Can I ask another story? We'll get into that as I go, but I stopped drugs at that point. And you know At that point, you know someone like Tommy skill myself. He's a hypocrite because they took tranquilizers to fly. And I still take tranquilizers to fly. You know, you've been on planes with me. That's related to the fact that you saw that horrible accident from crazy anxiety. I saw plain cracks when I was six years old. Killed 42 people, You know, it's totally parlor. Let's tell the audience about it in Sacramento Back in the seventies, I think it was there was a show with a military plane that crashed. Right crashed into this. Farrell's ice cream parlor killed about 40 people, including song, including 12 Whole, including 12 Kids at a Birthday party. Yes, yes, and I was, you know, I was at the air show going to Farrell's. After my Godfather said, Let's wait and watch his jet. Take off. No, go toe barrels and get an ice cream and then I'll go take you home and that's okay. So I could have been in there and traumatize me. So from that day forth, I've been afraid of planes and flying. So you know I still take La Raza pan when I get on an airplane. Absolutely. So, if some more righteous than now, guys says, Well, you still takes the rows of pants. Yeah, when I get on a plane. Absolutely. E. Don't take it any other time. Right. I take Paxil Frank Society, but that's the only way I can cope with getting on a plane to do my job. So, yeah, you know, do I start cocaine anymore? Do I take those pills to just feel good? Do I take purpose at or Viking in? No, None of that. That stopped when Monique said stuff, did you do you think you would have gotten out of it or was it was taken money, Mark? I couldn't. I was in a black hole at that time. You know my band, which was my baby had broken up. I was divorced from my first wife, US lonely Could've easily slipped into this thing where You never come out too much went to sleep and never woke up. But it was Monique who kind of said, You know, look boy together, right? You know, and I did, but I kept drinking. And so that was 1996. Kessler gets back together in 2000. And we were continuing. You know, we still drank, even though we weren't doing any Say hard drugs or at least some of us, weren't you? No, I wasn't. Um And Troy wasn't um But, you know It took us a while to figure that out. So it was when skill had problems again and was asked to leave. You know, left the band the second time and went into rehab. We all got sober toe help him. We said Look, every you know, Jeff came the one they say Hey, look, you know, tell Tommy we're gonna not drink and I went. I'm not. I'm drinking. I don't got a problem. He's got the problem, Not me. I'm not stopping. Anyone. Okay? I understand. You know, it's that's you know yet your your product, right? And and and that lasted about 35 minutes. And I thought, you know, I'm the one always preaching. You know for the team, you know, Team spirit all this stuff. That would be hypocritical Fighting try to help The team, So I said, Okay, I'll stop drinking. So stop drinking on tour, right? And then it just turned into I just stopped drinking period. Really? Because When I did drink again when I was at home, and just the hangover sucks. You know, it was like, and then I just stopped. And I mean, you know, like, I don't know when we were in Italy. I may have a glass of wine out with my my family. The poor owes or something, you know, for dinner, you know, one night to celebrate or whatever, but that's the extent of it. I may have a glass of Brunello. Twice two year and you know, I I'm lucky in the sense that I'm the kind of guy that can just stop. Some people can't. Yeah, I was sort of surprised about 15 20 years ago, when the sound company that we had with Steve Adler was out with you guys and I came out to visit or were we may have been doing some shows. And they said, Oh, by the way, it's a dry bus, You know, don't bring a beer on the bus. Don't bring anything on the bus, and I thought that's I've never heard that for a rock and roll band, But that's not right. But that's part of what we talked about You being the you know, thinking of the business side of it. The music side of it everything. I thank you. You made that decision. And and drugs and alcohol were contributing factors to us breaking up the first time, right If we're having problems, why do it again? We have if you don't learn your stupid Okay, when you go through those things, If you can't see that there's a pattern. And if you keep repeating the pattern, you don't succeed. Then you're you deserve just fail. And we didn't deserve to fail. So unfortunately You know for for poor Tommy. He chose a different route than then we we did you know, we said, Look, we want to do this and he didn't want to, and And that really is what happened. And you know, I wish him all the best. You know, I hope he helped me. He finds whatever he's looking for his life. But you know, he's been out of the band 14 years. We don't even have to discuss it anymore. We'll be right back with Brian Wheat from the band Tesla. This is K A. M. J. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. Is that Shakespeare? No. It's Geico. Yeah, that Shakespeare from one of his unpublished works. Oh, would be not for awakening today..
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We're just gonna build a pipeline across Canada going toward Through what you can and British Columbia. We're going right to the coast. Screw you. And then finally, Donald Trump came into office and said, No, no way. Well, we want to do this, He said. He permitted it. Biden's taking the permit and he's shredding it because he's shredding the Well, you could say that Donald Trump President Donald Trump Legacy shredding the Weaver thinking legacy. Yeah, happening right now, man, They're just getting warmed up. Nobody calls for DOJ to resume Obama era slush fund I mentioned this earlier this This is big. You know about this. These air payouts these air straight up payouts. Who left wing groups that have it's a gold mine. It's a gold mine. You may want to think about putting an application. You come up with some phony baloney. Stupid name That sounds like you're environmentally. Protective all that. And you told the federal government that I'm suing you because you are not saving this little bird over here. My backyard. This bird's in all my neighbors, backyards and all over the street, Internets. You're not saving them. Not saving them by shutting down this stream that runs to the neighborhood. It's just making things up. You get the point. And then the federal government's is what? Well what? We don't do that. Don't do that. Don't do that. We're gonna settle out of court. Wink wink, nod down. We know your group could use more promotion. They don't split Say that and your group could use some funding. So let us cut you a check for three million bucks. I want five. Okay, okay. All right. Just don't sue us, okay? Yeah. That's what this is all about. Fraudulent installed hack sock puppet. Joe Biden is looking to the Justice Department to reinstate a controversial Obama air practice. Ah, controversial. Obama era practice. Remember Lisa Jackson? Whatever happened to her? 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Seattle mayor names task force to guide spending $100M on communities of color
"Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan has unveiled who is now going to be on that task force that will determine how $100 million will be spent on communities of color. The Seattle Times is reporting this morning that 29 members include pastors, union leaders, the end of Thie Urban League, along with Seattle Indian Health Board and El Centro de la Raza. City Council member Debra Juarez is going to serve as a non voting member, Thie Durkin administration is going to pay consultant up to $200,000 to help this taskforce navigate its work between November and June of next year.
How Have Hispanic Americans Helped Shape the U.S.?
"Brain Steph Lauryn Boban here. Here in the United States, it's Hispanic heritage month, which officially began as Hispanic Heritage Week in nineteen, sixty eight. Unlike many other campaigns that observe and honor the contributions of a particular group of Americans Hispanic heritage bump run throughout. September. But rather starts on September fifteenth and continues through mid. October. So, why does it start in the middle of the month? Well, a Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras. Nicaragua. All celebrate their Independence Day on September fifteenth. Mexico's is on September Sixteenth Chili's is September eighteenth and believes independence. Day Is September twenty first. By, stretching into October, the holiday also includes de la Raza on October twelve, which is a kind of rejection of Columbus Day because of Christopher, Columbus's many crimes against humanity and see our episode on Columbus Day for more about that. De la Rosa instead celebrates the melding of Hispanic races or Raza, and cultures. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, let's talk about three times at Hispanic Americans have changed the course of history. Some three hundred years after Spanish, conquerors became the first non native Americans to view the Mississippi River and later the Grand Canyon one host. Jeff Marianne Hernandez helps smooth transfer of the territory of Florida into US rule Florida was still part of Spain when Hernandez was born in Saint Augustine in seventeen eighty four. But that changed when he was selected to serve in the House of Representatives and was sworn into duty in eighteen, twenty three as the first Hispanic person to serve in. Congress. In historical context Hernandez being a slave owner is a controversial figure. Still. He remains the first one, hundred twenty eight Hispanic people to serve in the. US Congress. Maybe of more relevance today is the first Hispanic senator elected to a full term in Congress. New Mexico's Dennis Shabas in nineteen thirty five. We spoke with Paul Orbits Historian at the University of Florida. He said in addition to being the first American born Hispanic senator. He's critical for the time we live in because he fought on behalf of all working class. Equally, he fought for higher wages legislation he fought for people to have the right to organize a union he fought for more progress and you as foreign policy for Latin America he organized N. Double ACP leaders against Jim Crow Segregation. Then, a Chevette as one of those people we can use Hispanic heritage month to talk about our connection other people's democratic struggles. Today's Congress. The one hundred sixteenth has forty seven members of Hispanic heritage. Hispanic Americans also helped turn the tide of the civil war. Some twenty thousand were involved in the conflict. While some in the southeast sided with the confederacy especially those who came from wealthy families with plantations or other businesses in Louisiana Alabama more supported the union. or it said a lot of Mexican American soldiers fought on the side of the Union army in the southwest and actually helped defeat the confederacy in the southwest. Hispanic people in the West back the Mexican government to and celebrated the country's defeat of the French at the battle of Puebla on May fifth of sixty two single Demayo in a victory that may have helped prevent the French from siding with the confederacy and thus ultimately helping the Union win. A bit more modern only about eight years before the US Supreme Court ruled in Brown versus the Board of Education, that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional as Spanish schoolgirl showed the way. Sylvia Mendez a Puerto Rican and Mexican heritage was just eight years old when she and her brothers were denied enrollment into the white only Westminster School district in Orange County in nineteen, forty three. At the time about eighty percent of California, school districts were segregated. Her Parents Gonzalo. Felicitas Mendez enlisted other parents to fight the decision and they took the school board to court. After appeals that were abandoned short of the US Supreme Court Mendez Versus Westminster became the first successful federal school desegregation case in the nation that was in nineteen, forty seven. The case was important arguing that segregation itself even if schools were separate but equal was harmful unconstitutional under the fourteenth amendment specifically, the clause, the calls for protection of the laws for all citizens. In appeals Sylvia's case was argued by Thurgood Marshall who went on to argue for the