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What Was Liz Cheney's Point of Showing Fox Anchors' Texts?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:04 min | 4 d ago

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

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Jan 6 Committee Holds Its Sixth Hearing

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:09 min | 5 d ago

Jan 6 Committee Holds Its Sixth Hearing

"Is a former aide to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is sharing some of the conversations she had with a guy I know well, former congressman and former director of national intelligence, John ratcliffe, of Texas, and that it was mister ratcliffe's studied view. As it was many, by the way, that the degree to which the president was banging this drum was just not going to be helpful to his legacy, that it wasn't going to prevail. And if people were of that mind, I mean, okay, isn't it? I mean, from Laura Ingraham, deshaun Hannity, to the Fox host, weren't they all like texting people saying, this is not good. He's not helping himself on like January 6th itself. Which I believe is true. That was not a good day for anybody. However, what this committee and what the culture, I think, seeks to shoehorn into your brain, is that if you have any skepticism about the 2020 result, that's the big lie. That if you

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Tucker Carlson: Why Fox News Is Not Airing Jan. 6 Comittee's Lies

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | 3 weeks ago

Tucker Carlson: Why Fox News Is Not Airing Jan. 6 Comittee's Lies

"So here's Tucker last night, explaining why Fox News prime time programming. They did carry it wall to wall over at Fox business network. They carried it at Fox News dot com, but they stuck with their prime time stars of Tucker and Sean and Laura. They didn't deviate from that. Here was Tucker explaining why. Yet another lecture about January 6th tonight from our moral inferiors no less. An outbreak of mob violence of forgettable minor outbreak by recent standards that took place more than a year and a half ago, but they've never stopped talking about it. In the meantime, in the 18 months, since January 6th, gas prices have doubled, drug ODs have reached their highest point ever, the U.S. economy is now careening toward a devastating recession at best and scariest and least noted of all. This country has never in its history been closer to a nuclear war. Yet the other networks can't be bothered to cover any of that tonight. Instead, they've interrupted their regularly scheduled programming to bring you yet another extended prime time harangue from Nancy Pelosi and Liz Cheney about Donald Trump and QAnon. The whole thing is insulting. In fact, it's deranged, and we're not playing along. This is the only hour on an American news channel that will not be carrying their propaganda alive. They are lying and we are not going to help them do it.

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Laura Ingraham: Listening to Liz Cheney Is Like Having a Root Canal

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Laura Ingraham: Listening to Liz Cheney Is Like Having a Root Canal

"Here is Laura Ingraham. Pointing out last night on Fox News, how painful it is to see that prune faced grim, melodramatic drama Queen, Liz Cheney, who is clearly the outgoing congresswoman from Wyoming. There is no way Wyoming voters are going to reelect her on August 15th. It's impossible. So I guess she wants to go out with a bang, here was the impact she had on Laura Ingraham last night on Fox News. Listening to Liz Cheney is like having a root canal in a rainstorm, okay? She's not exactly J.Lo. I'll tell you that. The rating of the teleprompter for anyone who saw the testifying.

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Newt Gingrich: The Only Hope for Americans Is a Huge Republican Victory

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | Last month

Newt Gingrich: The Only Hope for Americans Is a Huge Republican Victory

"Here was newt last night with Laura Ingraham on Fox News channel. The truth is that Obama was as anti petroleum as anti gasoline and diesel fuel and heating oil as Biden is. And it led to a rebellion. Because people understood it. And I think what you're faced with now, the only hope for the American future to return to sanity is a huge Republican victory this fall followed by a Republican Party behaving like a genuine reform party as we did. And then followed by a presidential election, which is cataclysmic for the Democrats. Hit the ground, although remember it took it took the Republicans from 1932 into the 1950s to finally come to grips with the reality of FDR. It could easily take an entire generation for the Democrats to figure out they can't be this crazy and expect to ever win again.

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Migrant TikTok Activist-TikTok Intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

Migrant TikTok Activist-TikTok Intro and wrap

"A law school student in Texas has been posting Spanish language TikTok videos to help migrants understand the U.S. immigration system Carlos Eduardo espina has about 3 million followers The quick format of the videos where you're able to watch a TikTok in ten seconds and then watch another one is really convenient for immigrants especially if you're on the move you're going through Mexico to Central America Honduran migrant Laura Martinez shouted her appreciation She says he informs us of the river current when it goes up and down The situation of border agents and the suffering migrants are facing when crossing as spina's videos include warnings about crocodile sightings and the latest tidal 42 developments What I try to do is just tell them the reality of what they can expect when they get to the border That is not so simple as you just cross the border and then you're here in the U.S. The 25 year old is spina emigrated legally to Texas when he was 5 years old I'm Ed

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Stephen Miller: Candidates Winning Have an 'America First' Agenda

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Stephen Miller: Candidates Winning Have an 'America First' Agenda

"The America first agenda is often conflated or sort of jumbled into what a conservative message is. Listen to what Stephen Miller, the former top Trump aide, said to Laura last night about all the candidates across the country who are winning after being endorsed by Donald Trump and embracing his populist America first agenda. The smallest share of the American electorate is the Jeb Bush electorate. People that want corporate Chamber of Commerce republicanism are the tiniest sliver of American voters. Candidates are running across the country tonight and winning on the populist Trump America first platform. Strong borders, safe communities, no woke politics, no indoctrination in our schools, men are men, women are women, law enforcement is wonderful, and we want low inflation and a strong dollar. These issues are going to carry us to victory in November if we unite as you say and I will also add to this, there are no more Democrat populace. They are all phonies. Every single one of them backs big tech corruption every single one of them backs big business open borders every single one of them backs big business woke corporatism, populism is dead in the Democrat party. If you want a populist candidate, Republicans are the only game in town. Isn't he right? Or do you disagree with Stephen Miller? Isn't he right? There's no populism on the side of Democrats. And remember, establishment Republicans view populism as a bad thing.

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Stephen Miller Sends Well Wishes Following Madison Cawthorn's Defeat

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:37 sec | Last month

Stephen Miller Sends Well Wishes Following Madison Cawthorn's Defeat

"I thought Stephen Miller was pretty gracious about congressman Madison Cawthorn last night. On Laura Ingraham's show, the Ingraham angle on Fox News channel. Well, he suffered a great personal tragedy, and we should just all wish him well. He is a bright future if he wants to have it. And he's been through a great ordeal. But I just want to say again, Laura, you are a 100% right about where the heart of the party is and where the heart of the American people are. We want our jobs here in the United States. We want our manufacturing here. We want our jobs here. We want our wealth here. We don't want globalism. We want America first.

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Brandon Tatum: The Left Thrives off of Double Standards

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Brandon Tatum: The Left Thrives off of Double Standards

"Some journalists named Wesley Lowry because I'm very interested in your perspective on the left's reaction to the buffalo massacre. Let's listen to journalist Wesley Lowry to Brian stelter over the weekend on CNN. Let's be clear. The stuff Tucker and Laura Ingraham say every night, it could be written by white supremacists very often. There is a section of this manifesto where the shooter starts talking about people always say diversity is strength. How is it strength? I could hear it in Tucker's voice. He says this all the time, right? But the Ben Shapiro's of the world say this is a big chunk about the idea of genetic differences that could have been pulled from an Andrew Sullivan column, right? There are plenty of people in our politics in our media who advance these ideas and advance them frequently. Oh, so it's Ben Shapiro's fault, or it's Andrew Sullivan's fault, or Laura Ingram's father, public enemy number one, Tucker Carlson's fault. Officer Tatum, they just can't help themselves, can they? Oh, these people are deranged and they're out of their minds and they live and they thrive off a double standards. It's quite ironic that they're willing to, you know, put the blame on Tucker Carlson and other conservatives who may have some ideas that are accurate that this guy plagiarized and used to the detriment of other people. But they're not out here talking about Illinois or any of these Democrats who are literally telling white people that they're the enemy of the world. They are really creating in my opinion these homegrown terrorists by spending most of their time making white people feel horrible about existing in this country, making white male Christian straight men feel like that they are the enemy of the people, make wealthy white men feel like they're destroying America every minute because they've accomplished the level of success. I think that more so, those individuals who are saying are creating this negative rhetoric create these deranged lunatics that go out and do this.

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Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

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Laura Jarrett: 'Civility Misses the Mark' When Protesting Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | Last month

Laura Jarrett: 'Civility Misses the Mark' When Protesting Justices

Laura Jarrett: On Abortion Protests, Civility Misses the Mark

Mark Levin

00:33 sec | Last month

Laura Jarrett: On Abortion Protests, Civility Misses the Mark

"And it's one media platform after another Here is somebody named Lara Jarrett CNN anchor on CNN today Cut 9 go I think for a lot of people a conversation about civility feels like it misses the mark when constitutional rights that you believe that you had for over 50 years are about to be overturned Wow so civility feels like it misses the mark What's the opposite of civility mister producer That's right It's violence

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Is Vote Harvesting Legal or Illegal?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Is Vote Harvesting Legal or Illegal?

"Hi, dinesh. This is Laura. One of the themes in 2000 mules is the issue of vote harvesting. Is vote harvesting legal or illegal according to the laws of each state. Thank you. This is a very important question. In fact, it is the heart of the objection to the movie made by Philip bump of The Washington Post. Essentially what Philip bump says is that this is a movie that shows and demonstrates beyond a reasonable doubt, massive harvesting. And he goes, yeah, but harvesting is not always illegal. It's allowed in a whole bunch of places. And so what's the big deal really? Maybe in some cases it wasn't allowed in certain ways, but you're not going to cancel out a vote because the mode of its delivery, the harvesting was somehow out of sync with the rules. Are you? Now, this is, this is something we need to drill into because these laws are made at the state level, and they vary. So let me say, this is what boat harvesting is. Vote harvesting is giving you a ballot to someone else. This is we're talking obviously about absentee or mail in ballots. You don't go deliver the ballot yourself. You give it to someone else and say you would do it. Now, there are about 27 states that allow some form of vote harvesting, but in most of these states the form allowed is very limited, very specified. So let's start with the most liberal vote harvesting laws. These are places like California and Hawaii. And the idea here is you can give your ballot to anyone. California allows you to ask any Tom dick or Harry, so to speak to return your ballot. And that is permitted. Now, most states don't do that, even states that allow vote harvesting normally limit who you can give your ballot to. So let's take, for example, the state of Georgia. In the state of Georgia, you are permitted to give you a ballot only to a family member, or if you are in a confined or facility, if you're in a nursing home, you can give it to a caregiver. And that's

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Report: Conservatives Are Split About Florida's Actions Over Disney

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Report: Conservatives Are Split About Florida's Actions Over Disney

"There's a story out talking about how conservatives are split are divided on the state of Florida, stripping Disney of the special tax and regulatory exemptions that Disney enjoys through the reedy creek improvement district. Some folks over at the national review don't forget national review famously with their never Trump edition right before the 2016 election, desperately trying to stop Trump from being elected. National review, these are institutional Republicans. This is the way we used to conduct political dialog in America, the national review way, the genteel, country club, smack each other on the back, and hope that the Democrats play nice with us. Those days are gone. Those days as evidenced by Marjorie Taylor Greene and Jim Jordan and Louie gohmert and others who are boisterous, they're loud, they're in the Democrats face, they're in the media's face, it's a new day, and Ron DeSantis is a new breed of Republican. The elites don't like him. Republican establishment types don't like Ron DeSantis. They certainly didn't like Trump. And they don't like this new way of trying to win. PS, not just trying, but winning. Desantis has had victory after victory after victory based on that town hall that Laura Ingraham had with him last night on Fox News. I think Laura called an Elvis

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A highlight from Training By Fire - Steps To Your Purification

Live Behind The Veil

21:48 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from Training By Fire - Steps To Your Purification

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Hello podcasters, I am Ron your host, and today we've got a brand new member of the family or actually part of the podcast. She's not a new member of the family, but she's a new member of the podcast. Hi Laurie, how are you? I'm doing great. Yeah, we love having you on here. We know your heart and we know how much of an expression you are. Boy, I expect that there's a lot of people who are going to meet the lord because of you being with us. Yeah, I'm really happy you're here, Lori. Yeah, we keep talking about a family, but it sound like a boys club for a long time. It really did. So it's wonderful. Just wonderful to have another lady on, especially somebody like Laurie this completely fill the full of the words. Awesome. And we also have another tree. We have a podcast guest. Hi Jim, how are you? Hey guys. Good to be here this evening. Love having you here. That's another opportunity for another aspect of the word that's going to come out. I anticipating tonight's cast because boy, it's just going to be wonderful. I'm just excited. I asked me to big time. Thank you so much. I believe it for the same thing. It's exciting to greet two more of those who have a unique gift and to hear and participate in that gift being exercised and appreciated. Well, that's for sure. We've known Lori and Jim and his wife pat for gosh. I don't know how many years, a long time. Two or three. Yeah, two or three years for sure. Decades, at least at least decades. Well, family. It's going to be an exciting night. We'll be talking about the Holy Spirit and fire. This dive into it. What is the fire? Is the fire God? Yes. That's a good point. It's a fire all consuming. Yes. Is the fire deadly? To our flesh and to everything that keeps us from standing in the presence of the lord. Our flesh is living. It won't live in its presence. We have to have the fire in us to consume that. I was thinking about the three Hebrew children when they went in the fire. What was consumed by the fire? Their bondage is, that's what was burned. Because they came out with not even a smell of fire on them. The presence of the lord is what the fire is. But the fire is something that we have to have working in our lives so that we can see that burn off. I thought long and hard about this question at first I didn't quite understand what the fire was and then I remembered when I very first accepted the lord. Everything was joyful. You go through this honeymoon experience. Then the lord starts putting his finger on things in your life. Yep. And so one way to look at the fire is the dealings and the process that God puts you through to purify your spirit and to purify your heart before him. Exactly. That was the simplest way I could think of to explain the fire spiritual warfare would be contained in that, because it's that warfare that brings the fire to our adamic nature or who we are and what Debbie's talking about in the flesh. But also dab I wanted to remind everybody that when the three Hebrew children were thrown into the fire, that those guards who threw them into the fire were consumed. Yeah, they were. The fire has a dual purpose. We hear this thing about hardening the clay or making the making the wax soft and pliable. And it's all dependent upon our reaction to the word, that is going to determine whether we're going to be softened or hardened by the fire. That's true. Your damn nature is going to be less and less. We receive the Holy Spirit. And this is the thing that he's to work in us until we can come to the point where we can stand before the father face to face. Right? Right. To have the blood of Christ is honest, but everything else has been burned out. That's what the Holy Spirit is bringing to us. Is that fire to take care of this a damn nature that, unfortunately, it was put on us, because of the sin of atom. Seems like there's an element of our choice as to how the fire is perceived. Exactly. There is an element of how the fire is applied. As well as perceived, and I think one thing that's important is the foundation of the fire. Christ, ministry began he came preaching the Holy Spirit and fire. From the very beginning, fire was of a very much a part of the word that Christ brought to the earth and as we have come into a greater revelation of who he is by virtue of walking in his footsteps were coming to understand a lot more about the fire. Right. Yeah. You know, I think one of the real wonderful things about the fire is the fact that if we were to wait until the final judgments, then we're going to be all burned up, and they're like dibs that there will be nothing left. But I think we go through little tidbits here and there, and it's like maybe it's only a match that's burning a piece of your nature. Right. Right. When you conquer that one thing, you've been through a portion of the fire and you've come out on the other side. It's like the thing of The Rock falling on us. We want to fall on The Rock and we'll be broken. But for those who The Rock is going to fall on, they're going to be crushed and completely destroyed. And that's why we want to go through it now. We want to go through the judgments where God gets control of our spirit. Gets control of us so that we can actually walk in his presence, look back on your lives and see, you know, when you first became a Christian, there were ups and downs in this trial, and that trial in testing. I know there are so many points in my life I'm going, okay, God, what are you doing today? Exactly. And as years later, as a season saint, you don't see as much of that. Right. Because God has worked in your spirit a lot of these things that were that he wanted removed. He's worked in your heart already. He may do a small part, have a small area like a match that burns up a small area. And then there may be larger areas as time goes on as you grow in the lord. You find more things falling off. More things being burnt, more things enabling you to stand in his presence for a longer period of time. What seems to be really clear here that we're all talking about, is that God is a consuming fire. Exactly. I think a lot of people miss that. They love the sweet and gentle Jesus. And they love when the lord helps them in blossom. Blesses them. Yep. But if you, if you won't walk into the fire, you're missing the father, you're missing. I mean, you can't just take part of somebody, right? Well, I know that person because they're always happy. Yeah. You're missing 90% of the person. And it's the same with God. You know, there are so many people out there that they accept so much of God, but they don't want to accept the dealings. They don't accept the fire on their lives and they run from the fire. They run from the dealings, and yet they still feel like they have this walk with God, and then what's the scripture say? They come to the last time in the lord lord and he goes, I don't know you. You did all these mighty works, but I don't know, yeah. 'cause you never allowed the fire to burn out the lawless thing within your nature. You know, the thing without the three heaver children. Okay, they were thrown into the fire. But they weren't in there alone. Right. There was a fourth person that was in there. That was the lord, and no matter what fire you go through, he's going through it with you. Right? He's going to bring you out the other side because that's his joy. That's right. I think we're going to raise a question for some people listening in the fact that what he talking about progressive judgments isn't there going to be one big judgment in the last day? Yeah, there's people who are going to bring this up and there's scriptural backing for what we're talking about. We talk about Daniel in different things and bring these things out and may not be a bad idea, there are those who believe that there's one time set for all, you know, maybe sometime we want to address that. But you know that one time set for all when it comes up to that time. Those that have gone through the fire in their lives are not going to be going through the judgments, judgment was never meant for the children of God. That's right. Though it was standing right in the midst of her floating right in the midst of judgment, but he wasn't touched. God gives us as children of God away to go through them, and when we come out the other side, we've been affected by it, but we have not partaken of it. The goring threw it to church talking about Ed, the scriptures very simply related to the agricultural days in which the scriptures were written. They planted the wheat, you know, this parable, long came a bad person, and so tears. They discovered them as they started to grow. Do we take out the tears now? No, wait till they mature. And that's where a lot of where we're living now is those tears are of matured, there being taken out, and what's left is the wheat. But the wheat is not usable the way it is. At the Shell, around the kernel, the life of the wheat, the chaff has to be removed, and that's what you're talking about in these judgments, judgment begins in the house of the lord, and that judgment that comes by the fire of the Christ was talking about is burning away the chaff, and what's left. That's a question, what's left? The colonel, the colonel of weight, the very center, the thing that God wants. To use. You know, I think when people think of fire, they're afraid of it because it's going to hurt them. It's going to bother them. It's going to affect them in a negative way. Instead of seeing it as the means of the lord has of getting rid of everything that keeps us from his presence. I'd like to throw some scriptures in here and James, the book of James is one of the most convicting books to read, but he does say here consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance and let endurance have its perfect result. That you may be perfect and complete lacking in nothing and one of the things that the lord is looking for is where to become like him. As the Christian were to emulate and be Christ on the earth. The only way to do that is to go through the fire, exactly. That's perfect, Laura, because again, there are many people out there and I'm sure everyone's met them. That are trying to be christlike. You can't try to be christlike. Right. Doesn't work. It doesn't work. The lord has to come and burn out that which is not Christ like in you. He's the what they call, he's the Potter, and we're the clay, the process that the father gave us at Jesus gave us, at the Passover, the communion, and that's where, as we eat of his body and drink of his blood, we turn away. And that turning away is that separation, where the chaff is separated from the wheat. That turning away repenting or repentance as not an easy thing to do. But by partaking of his communion the power gives an in his blood, given in his body, makes it possible. It enables us I'm going to bring out hebrews, right? He was 12, do not regard lightly the discipline of the lord, nor faint when you are reproved by him. Does it hurt? Yeah, it does. Because you tell me one person, especially a young person who loves getting Spain. The discipline, it's not comfortable. Because he is changing our nature. And that's the issue. He's changing our nature. We have this wonderful story about a man we know, who, when his mother would grab a belt, he would grab a hole to her really tight because then she couldn't swing that belt. He knew how to not get hit so hard, the more you run from someone with a belt boy. That whiplash effect or the whip effect, boom, at hertz. Yep. You know, I think that a lot of this discipline, the scripture says all discipline for now for the time being is sorrowful, not joyful, but it produces how to say the righteous rights of God. He skirted every son whom he receives, the discipline that you endure God deals with you as with sons for what son is there, whom his father does not discipline the thing that I think is important to really realize is each step that we go through that we finally win a victory over. Yes. Yes. We then have authority in that particular area over Satan. He can't touch us in that realm any longer. That's true. Right. Are we perfect yet? Oh, no. We got a few more things to go through still. As each level is accomplished, he can't touch us anymore, and I think that's huge. That's something to really rejoice about. You know, we've been crying out for immunity. Yeah. You know, I mean, I know that people are crying out for immunity all over the earth from whatever you want to call it disease is sickness, all this type of stuff. How do you get there? Well, there you go. You go through the fire. Got test you, you go through the fire, you finally die out and overcome that specific thing on that specific level of life that you're living, and like Alan saying, then you walk in authority and dominion in that specific area of your life. But if you refuse the fire, you're refusing the very deliverance and the immunity. And the growth and the transformation that God's trying to bring to your life. You have to look at it through God's eyes because he's trying to perfect your spirit for eternity. He's trying to create a relationship with you for eternity and he's doing it through his fire. So you can stand in his presence and be in his kingdom. Getting close to him is the key to going through that fire. If you cry out to him and you reach into the fire, you reach in, you want that discipline. You kind of the place where you want that discipline. You want to be disciplined by the lord because you know that when you come through that, you're going to be able to have victory in that area. That's the one thing about God, you know? He starts putting you through the fire, and you say, no, no, no, I'm not going to do this and you walk away. Well, when you come back, you're going to get booked right back in that situation of the fire that you just left. Yep. Go through it when God gives it to you the first time. I think it brings us back to an understanding of hebrews three 15. It says today, if you hear my voice, do not harden your heart. And it's those who reject the fire or the chastening of the lord that pardon their heart and then they have a hard time with God any more after that. You know, it's by the grace of God that hopefully people open their hearts again. I love the details it's coming out as we're talking about this fire. Because it's a detail, this necessary in every step with God. It's exciting to know that the fire has a product. That it's not just an endless cycle, there is a promise, and that promise is the kingdom of God. That's what that fire is all about. So you press on. And as we get deeper and deeper into our walk with God, we go like David did. Created me a clean heart O God. Right. That very cry of David was all about the fire. All about burning off his flesh, his everything that was not pleasing to God. This is so, so important, you know, this is not a popular message in Christianity today. No. They just want the dear Jesus. You know, they're acting like gods and Santa Claus, but really what he's looking for is he wants all of you. Right. And the process of getting us so that we can even relate and see him as we have to be purified. Right. And this is the way to become purified so that you can see the lord. Have been kind of searching the scriptures a little bit while everybody's been talking. This is kind of a takeaway that I'm going to that I'm going to take with me from this conversation first Peter one 6 and 7. I'll just read it here for you. Though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that your faith, of greater worth than gold. Which perishes even though refined by fire. May be proved genuine and may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed. And that is being revealed in me. As I receive and allow the fire to be applied to me and my nature. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. 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Tucker Carlson: Tyrants Are Those Who Are Bothered by Others Talking

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Tucker Carlson: Tyrants Are Those Who Are Bothered by Others Talking

"Why don't you hear Tucker Carlson? One of the smartest guys in broadcasting today, it's an hour of must see TV, clearly from all the ratings Sean and Laura and all those folks over at Fox News, their ratings continue to crush the competition. It's not even close. Not even a close call. Check out Tucker's monologue about Elon Musk buying Twitter. People who want to monopoly on speech and thought hate Elon Musk. Not because he's a racist. He's not. But because they can't control him, they hate him because he persists in saying things like this. Why make that offer? Oh, so I think it's very important for there to be an inclusive arena for free speech. Intuitive sense is that having a public platform that is maximally trusted and broadly inclusive is extremely important to the future of civilization. But you've described yourself. I don't care about the economics at all. So free speech is extremely important to civilization. Are you triggered by that? It's often hard to know who's on what side, so much lying. Who are the good guys and who are the bad guys? Well, here's a very clear, simple and unerring test. Who are the tyrants? Are there anyone who is bothered by the idea that other people might get to talk?

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Unity Project CEO Laura Sextro Breaks Down Radical Bills in CA

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Unity Project CEO Laura Sextro Breaks Down Radical Bills in CA

"It's not even, it's beyond radical. It's terrifying. So let's start with SB 8 7 one as being 7 one is a bill that would require children to be vaccinated to attend any in person learning whether it's day care, private school, or public school environment. In order to ten those, you have to be vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine, which we all know this is an experimental vaccine. It does not prevent acquisition or transmission of the virus. And so one would have to question, why are we forcing our children to be vaccinated in order to attend in person learning in addition to that? Again, we know that it doesn't prevent transmission or acquisition of the virus. SV 8 6 6 is incredibly terrifying. This is a bill that would require or excuse me, would allow children at the age of 12 years old to make their own medical decisions. So let me say that again, at 12 years old, this would allow children to engage in their own medical decisions without the consent of parents. So if you think about that, my daughter, the other day I asked her her ears pierced. We went at 16 years old. I was required to show my driver's license and sign a parental consent form in order for her to get her ears pierced. But in the state of California, they want to make it so that kids as young as 12 can engage in medical decisions that could have irreparable impact on their life, potentially in the case of COVID-19 vaccine, potentially end their life as we've sadly seen with some of these COVID-19 vaccine injuries. SV 9

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Looking at Mitt Romney's Track Record

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Looking at Mitt Romney's Track Record

"But that's what he's doing. He's setting himself up for a presidential run as a third party candidate. He's going to say, you know, Americans can't afford four more years of Donald Trump. And I'm a lifelong, well, I'm not a lifelong Republican, but I'm a part time Republican. Wink wink. I go back and forth, I used to be kind of a liberal Massachusetts governor. I mean, this guy think about Romney's track record. Massachusetts, Utah, he's got a big mansion in California, man gets around. I mean, he gets around now. He's got, he's got some miles on him. And the katangi Brown Jackson yes vote is fascinating to me, but I think Laura and Molly Hemingway are correct. He's getting ready to run as a spoiler because he wants to get his revenge on Donald Trump.

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"laura " Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"laura " Discussed on Photography Radio

"Pay laura when people look at the pictures vary some people who look at the images on the one louder. Looks good next pretty almost like a south and they fake stack of the edge. There are others who understand the meaning behind it and guess the irony that she is trying to portray as others were may be trained as architects of photography solves can appreciate the the technical side of it. The graphic side of minimalism on little one of my favorites for people that are looking at the website is the one that doesn't have a title that i'm aware of but it has triangular inserts into the portrait. There's a hand near the top of whatever's in the bottom triangles is out of focus but ra- lots of interesting inversions of light and shadow and posture did that one. Do you know which one. I'm talking about the last one. The one garad in on kate schools. I now okay. I mean simple busy this lot onto to play more the lightly shade expressly to face because the use of the high. Slightly on circuses. The face tickets play on the idea about ambivalent create like a ambivalent in the expression joan dot. Co pozingas nishi.

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"laura " Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:58 min | 9 months ago

"laura " Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"That lifestyle and then we ask some really simple questions. What has to change in your business. If it's going to be the business that you want so we we lay out. What does that vision for. That ultimate business. Which money does it make. What which time freedom do you have. Riles at working. Who are you serving And then we get into okay. What's to change what what has to be different and those become the projects that need to get done in the business. Those changes are simply projects. Now that the caveat here the wrinkle if you will is that we put all of this on one sheet of paper and we don't allow we don't let them change fonts so that that vision all of their goals for the year. All of the projects are going to get done for the year. The ways they're going to stay focused and even their core values all have to fit on one sheet of paper. We have a template that we force them to you. And i and i love that i especially love that you go. The fought can't change. Because i can imagine some people regard laura. I think i can get this done. But i need a one funt exactly lack of all the time. This isn't gonna work. Yeah people ask all the time kind. Make that eight point. No no you can't and it's that that wants you to paper is critically important. Because the one of the reasons that people don't get where they wanna go and entrepreneurs especially because most of us have really bad bright shiny object syndrome. The the challenges that try to do too much at once. We get excited. We start a lot of things. We don't finish a lot of those things so by forcing people to only put what will fit on one sheet of paper we force them to decide bro and for the linguists out there that the root of the word decide means to cut out or cut way and so they have to cut out or cut away all of the things that aren't absolutely necessary to change in the business to get where they wanna go and that deciding in that focus is part of what ramps up their results so quickly because everything they're doing is contributing to the bottom line in the business. Well at i. And i like that line towards that and you work with a lot of five in early six-figure entrepreneurs i know that you love and i tend to do my private work with high six and seven and it's kind of a continuation of what you're doing because one of the questions i ask is what's the ten percent that really matters and that that you should be doing it doesn't mean the other isn't important but it's not important for you to do if you want to build a business and what i love about what you do. Is you teaching people right from the beginning is this is getting down to what matters because i..

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"laura " Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:43 min | 9 months ago

"laura " Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Clock and it's i also screamed like a groupie and and but no one could really hear it over the collapse. Which and i'm like this. Is bruce. It just felt so weird unreal. It's my first time. And i'm going to remind people if you've not heard laura spin on the show a couple of times before and she. She's a second generation. Bruce fan but Because of circumstances in her age she's never seen restore. She was just too young during the earlier tours and and she had just so. This was your first opportunity. And i just imagine you know like pinch make right. This is a dream. It's they're actually did oneself love that so okay. Let's talk about the show Actually worried about talking about this show. Because everyone's telling me tell me what it's like. Tell me what it's like when after see it. And now that i've seen it. I'm worried that i won't give them a good good story and that it's kind of anticlimactic. 'cause they're laura tell us or tell us another waiting for nice yet i tell them it's just like man so i'm nervous. Don't be nervous at all So you had seen the netflix special correct. So now he changed it some correct right so what are some highlights of. Let's start with that. what are i mean. I realize the whole thing. But i'm sure there were a couple songs that really spoke to you the end of thunder road. Because i really liked. The line is a town full of losers in that line as healthy with resilience and just being a stronger better person and just hearing it at the end it made me feel something my body that never before sleep chills but at the same time. It's not. I don't know how to explain it. Maybe it's a feeling that's common with concerts and people will know what i'm talking about but well i know that landed hoping dreams has been a lot to me and my family and so the first time i heard it lives after.

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"laura " Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:22 min | 9 months ago

"laura " Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"This is a dina. Manana author crazy foolish. Robots a humorous science fiction novel. You can find on amazon. I am so happy to be able to say. Congratulations to jesse for six. Years of settling lusting bruce Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of set listening. Bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen his music and mostly as fans. I am your host jesse jackson and returning guests. Laura joins me. And laura has a glow about her because she has recently gone to broadway and saw the man. Welcome back to the show. Laura be here and congrats on your six year Podcast well thank you so much. I appreciate that yup. That's a lot of spring stories so absolutely how you've been doing pretty well. Classes just started. Okay i'm kind of nervous for them yet because of covert or just Just not in. You're not used to going in person. Laura like because i came in undecided. I got to take easier like warhead. Ed classes decided on a major have to carter glasses. What's your major sociology. In french with a minor in international relations. Okay yeah minor in spanish. i'm still debating and so yeah. I i remember my son talking about you know. Those upper level classes can get tougher versus the genetic nuns. Not that any college courses easy but yeah absolutely so well. I am good luck. I know you're going to do well. You do well at anything you put your mind to but yes i understand being a little nervous So let's get right into it. So you originally to go see bruce and then remind everyone what happened and how. It got delayed so everything. That was like going wrong. Kinda went wrong yes started when. Tsa was like we. Don't recognize your id.

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"laura " Discussed on Daily Grace

Daily Grace

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"laura " Discussed on Daily Grace

"I lack ball every time in talks about how she's the bible makes it through all of her house calm adventures right from the from the different. Jails in the houses and it is amazing to me her. Love for god's word and the way that she and her sister. Betsy no the word that i just think to myself. I don't know if you feel when i'm like okay. What is what. Would i do if that happened to us. You know. And i just only pray and hope that i could have the resolve and to be stalwart in the face of suffering and so much of that for corey toon. Boom was because she knew god's word in and out and right and she she continued to read the bible all the time and the store is in there. If you've not read. That book amped any of the listeners. Just committed to you. That is a beautiful story of god's faithfulness for sure but also the women in there and the way that they trust him through it all and just the way they love god. And it's It's inspiring hap and you know my church doing a book club this summer on the hiding place i do read. I've never read it before. So i'll add it to my good to my wasn't required reading an eighth grade. I think i read it in eighth grade in school. Actually what s from school should be reverse public. I was in public school. Yeah isn't that weird. Yeah i don't know how that happened but well. Thank you laura so much for joining us the podcast today and we will link the hiding place as well as all the other resources that you mentioned in our show notes including the book. That you and emily co-wrote motherhood and your children's but time any place any prayer so those both sound so exciting and you can find all that information at daily grace. Podcast dot com could also follow laura on instagram. I believe was just at laura whistler. Is that right very easy. And at risen motherhood expended fall long prison motherhood as well. Thank you so much lower for joining us today. Thanks for having me absolutely everyone. We look forward to talking with.

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"laura " Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"laura " Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"The story of laura. Anne wilkinson raised in houston. You will recall. I had her on the air and then we did a live event with her at the rtc. She was a gymnast but then she shot up. She was too tall for gymnastics. She saw girl execute a beautiful dive. She decided she wanted to be a diver. The coach told her she was a waste of space in no good for the high school team. She went to the university of texas but she decided she wanted to pursue the olympics and pursue it. She did in two thousand at the summer olympics. It had been thirty six years. Since an american woman had won the platform diving gold and she won it with a signature style of a handstand to start the dive which years later others would still be using having seen that and respected at imitation aggressive form of flattery. She competed in the two thousand olympics. Two thousand four olympics two thousand eight olympics where. She said she retired but she came back. She made a run at the twenty twenty olympics and placed second at us nationals. She wanted to be in tokyo remember. That was delayed but that dream came to a close on june fourteenth. The houston chronicle's. David baron let me see. If i can find the article. David baron had had an interesting open. Ace it i think it was the perils of laura have come to a close she has retired or maybe she has laura wilkinson. Is our guests. Welcome thanks for having me on. What run yeah i I like the title of the dame's article that's just Very fitting. I think he meant that the positive way out. You never know what they've barrett. Sometimes he's he's. He's a little tongue in cheek. Sometimes he can jab so june fourteenth. You don't make it to the olympics. What's your motion at that point. Well i mean that was actually our final round. You had a prelims and semi round earlier in the week. And i didn't start off well so i knew it was going to be a long shot at that point. I think i kind of green dream the religious semi so you know going into final. Just i want to really enjoy it. I'm i'm here. I got here. Which is great. It's not going how i want it. But you gotta you gotta make memories gonna make the most of your gonna walk away better so i just tried to join the last few days and and it was great feedback in that environment again. It's just super special. Not something you get to be a part on very often with you. They were they were in the stands. Cheering me on it was it was pretty awesome I don't think they've kind of understood the whole capacity of what was going on but hopefully in a few years like they'll they'll understand more of the weight of it. What's the difference being forty four and being twenty four as an olympic diver. Well don't you got too much. I'm still only forty three three. I gotta i gotta take all the time. I got Funny it's not. It's really not that different. Like i mean i have longer lasting injuries but sometimes i would wake up when i first started back in like. Oh this hurts this hurts. Ono is because i'm old. And i'm like no way that hurt when i was seventeen. This is just something just sports like you get you get little tweaks and injuries and you gotta you know whether whether to rest or to work through them and i think once i kinda have recognized that it's not that i'm old that's just part of sports and doing things that are really hard on your body you're gonna have these aches and pains and kinda once i embrace that it really wasn't a big deal You know it was more like trying to overcome different injuries. That i've had i had to level cervical fusion on my neck and then twenty eighteen. It took me like a whole year to come back from that and have some nerve damage Just from the injury so stuff like that. But i've had to get through so much. My age of that makes sense well. I'm not a neurologist. But i'm guessing that once you've had major neck surgery in two thousand eighteen then diving into the water at a high rate of speed from thirty three thirty three feet above three-storey probably not the best thing for it. What would you say. Well it's funny. 'cause i was asking the doctor. People don't always understand what i do. They're like oh it's like swimming. I'm like no. I kinda jump off a building. We hit the water. And it feels like steamatic's it's like thirty miles an hour. But i'm trying to explain to the doctor when i do to make sure he understands what i'm asking. They come back to you and he goes well. We've cleared football players for full-contact. I've cleared bull riders. I've done and i was like okay. He understands that. I'm talking about high impact. And so he told me he goes. Look i'm not worried about the part. That's is because i have a titanium plate in there. Goes that part solid. That's not going anywhere everything else. There might be an issue you know but that's just normal. That's just part of diving. So at that point i felt i felt pretty comfortable but it was still scary. 'cause i've never known another athlete back on platform after having a surgery like that. So it was kind of this uncharted territory. And now i'm a mom of four. And so i you know i felt like i had to be really smart about it. I can't afford to do this again. So i took my time i worked back. Really slowly. There's a little nerve wracking at times. But it became normal after a while. You busted up foot pretty bad in two thousand before you won gold which kind of kerri strug style added to the glory of what you die. Does that still hurt. No i mean. I lose feeling and it sometimes but i broke it in three places. And they got a little mangled but You know it's like it's like having the the worst cars you know. You've got great stories that go along with it and so there's kind of that the pride and the injury i think because it reflects that time and how you got through it. I kind of feel like that's how all the challenges are the perils day bearing calls it There's always something but you know you can either look at it as like. This is terrible awful. And i feel bad for yourself and be a victim or you can say okay. How is this going to make me stronger. How can i get through this. And it's going to equip me for what's coming next. I once i've been able to turn that mindset around it becomes more of this challenge to find the way through it and how it's going to make me better. The book is life at ten meters lessons from an olympic champion. You might have put that in feet so the rest of us would know what that actually is laura. Nobody knows what a very down right. A little I guess i should be embarrassed to say this. But it's the sort of thing that i can't seem to get out of my way from doing. I see the cover of the book. And i send a text to eric. Your husband with a photo. And i said eric. Why didn't the publishers choose somebody with straight feet. This woman's toes or busted up it. He goes loris toes from the injury in two thousand. I said oh. Yeah of course yes. Of course it is. they don't they. Don't sit to straight there anymore. Yeah but ten meters. Your metrics challenged. That's about thirty three feet or the top of a three-storey four-storey building like the fourth floor. The top of the restored building. But you you coach As young women. I don't know if it's young men also coach youth in diving. That's that's the began right. Overcoming injuries overcoming setbacks. I mean that that's key you can tell a story know. A coach teacher mentor tutor. When they can refer back to their own lives as to what they've done a much powerful example right definitely and my coach always did that with us and he was actually an olympian for candida and he was an alternate.

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"laura " Discussed on Nearly Numinous

Nearly Numinous

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"laura " Discussed on Nearly Numinous

"And welcome to this week's episode of nearly luminous. We're so excited because we are chatting with Laura Shen y'all here and Laura is a yoga teacher artist and activist in Kingston, Ontario, which is where we are originally from before half of us moved away. And today she's going to talk with us about yoga and the gender binary. We're going to get into the idea of language surrounding the feminine and masculine energy that's often brought up in yoga or other spiritual teachings. We'll get it a little bit into how Laura chooses to navigate yoga beyond the binary in her own teachings and personal philosophies and worldviews. So thanks so much for joining us Laura. Thank you once for having me. This is really exciting. All right, so maybe to just get.

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"laura " Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"laura " Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Like this waiting. I think it's technically written waiting. I know. But I like this one. Okay. Okay. Where do I go for fixer-uppers? No draft for lifers. Plain childish. Men home. Where do I put everything in those fairy tale? Believers, it never seems to end off. If you're out there, I'll be waiting for the day you come into My Crazy Life in, take my thoughts, be reading, So good. I'll give you a plastic game. Thank you. Gotta be an app for that. I'll make it happen, make it applies. Okay. All right, so on Spotify, it's Laura Hamlin, easy to find, yes, you can check out more of Laura, Hamlin and her music by visiting our website at Laura Hanlon, music.com Clubhouse song on Instagram, Laura, Hamlin, music. And when you reach out to Laura, let her know the listen to this episode of Life transformation radio. Absolutely. I would love to hear from you guys so please find me absolutely. All right, I get to say thank you, thank you, thank you from my heart. This has been so much fun, I really appreciate it. So as always, oh man, just it's such a young age. Yeah, one of my favorite episodes of like transmission, real, thank you, thank you. So I really thanks for being here. Really appreciates for having me sweetie. Absolutely. All right everybody, thanks so much for your support of Life transformation radio and taking the time out of your busy and precious day to listen. We so appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me along with my very special guest Laura, Hamlin to touch your heart, move your soul, and inspire you to live a life of transformation. I'm Rob activist until next time. This is life transformation radio. Download complete..

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"laura " Discussed on The Travel Wins

The Travel Wins

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"laura " Discussed on The Travel Wins

"President trump wants podcast looking. Laura sink of today. Laura's ex pro fighter may fighter and now as correspondent reporter for the ufc while we still invicta hari. Taylor i'm good i'm great. I'm i'm for once not travelling. Which is kind of weird also. Nice little reprieve over the holidays here. I'm doing great. Thank you absolutely. you know. it's it's interesting. We were just talking before it's time in a decade for me that i'm not traveling but fortunately for you. The ufc has found alternative ways to make make sure fighter still fight. Which means you still get the report. Yeah exactly it's been. You know a lot of people i know. They really had to kane their travel habit whether they were traveling professionally worked. You know for fun or family. People kind of change their patterns here but for me really may through Now i've been. I've been pretty much nonstop. I resigned account it up the other day. And i thinking about.

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"laura " Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"laura " Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Go every now and then. I haven't gone nicely so I can't do any of the complete upside down stuff, but. Yeah deep deep. Go every now and then one of the or whatever. That's amazing. I wonder whether I mean I never really hear of synchronized swimming swimming groups in Australia, but there must be some. Yes, it's now an Olympic sport isn't. Export, for years the Russians, the ones to watch the best ones. Unfortunately I don't know how the. The English, we we! We went, Very. Very much! Okay and now look this has been great. We're coming towards the end so I'm going to ask you something. There's nothing to do with anything else. Which is on your telephone? Yes, what are the two most useful APPs that you use outside of banking? Because I asked that blanket people go my banking APPs. Let's just move on from that. This is for work. For what what actually okay so? One is which I guess isn't for wet, but it does how my work. His Yoga Guy, which okay so I have to do yoga to keep myself. Calm and energize. Say That for I wet Becca so you every day. What else do I use? Actually use up many APPs to be honest with you I. Just thought if you had a couple of sprang to mind what about for fun? So literally yesterday I I started using an APP how Directa which is video? I and I spent all last night. Editing videos of my little dog putting his antics to music I saw it. I saw one of winning. We had his new coach on. It was flipping over. Yeah, well, there's like a whole series of videos now because I spend all night doing it, so so I really I really enjoyed that and then and then it sounds really boring, but the kindle APP in their. Audible away there I like those two just sort of either learn or escape, and that's kind of it I don't really use. Much? Else my phone to be honest with. No, that's that's absolutely fine. I have to admit I'm terrible. 'cause I still do candy crush. I started. Re years ago and my kids look at me. Go. Mommy must be one of the only people left on and. I'm like funnily enough. No, they're not those people I know. There's a host Secret Society of Candy No it's trucking all right so. To wind this up. Can you tell everyone have? They can get hold of you and where we're going to be able to say this business stuff. Yes, so on my website Laura Picardy DOT com. He I just felt coty for everyone to pay I double A. The I. Dot Com, and even my new podcast is fan I could business..

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"laura " Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"laura " Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Had A phone call from my head Traina. I'd gone one one Friday afternoon. And he called me up and said Hey Laura. That's been a bang, and this and smoke and. Festival fuck. Sakon I just have one afternoon. I just go put a tea towel over it or would it be? Exactly. Anyway I went back down to the to the studio, and as I pulled up to the traffic lights I could smell smoke. A fire engine screamed past I pulled up to the studio, and that was smack bellowing at the back of my. Laura. And I mean long story short over the course of the next three hours I, stood and watched the brief of my gym fall in the street next door. I'm on God. So what did you? What do you do any you see that happen? Well. The first thing you do is double. Check. You've got insurance. Ju I did. It miss when you set up a business. especially I'd never done anything like that before. You know fitted out an entire, Jayme, you you inevitably forget stuff. You don't know what you've done and so I. Remember Literally being sat on the pavement, crying, searching through my emails on my phone. Gameplay insurance. Please let me have insurance I did. I didn't have enough unfortunately, but that's that's another story. So say that lessons to be learned in all of ashes. Well Gosh Yeah I can. I can also teach you a shitload about disabled access. That was the bane of my life for a couple of I'm. So yes, that was completely titled by the way in case, anyone's wondering wasn't an insurance job. If it was, it was it was a genuine. This was supposed to be my business going forward. Yeah, exactly. hadn't realized that that time. It didn't fit into the structure, so it wasn't. It was convenient, but not. By a in some ways you could say it's like the universe you that you would hitting down the wrong road and needed to do something to set you back on the right price, and actually at that point personally I was I was already banning out. I just didn't I didn't have time to figure it out, but it was actually a fire in the next door, neighbor Chinese kitchen and they came out, told me all about it. Immediately announced that good Goto the police all of that now. And then my insurance company. Yeah, exactly so say that happens again. Being us like this is my opportunity to show everyone I'm a phoenix rising good so they I..

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"laura " Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"laura " Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Hi and welcome to. She's the boss chats. I'm your host Scholes Brooke and in the show I interview amazing women and female founders. Bad what it is that they're doing and why they're doing it. It's all about US lifting up the women around us. Laura Picardy, Oh my God it is so fantastic. We have on this podcast. Thank you very much for having Nina. Thank you for coming on now. We Mitch God was the beginning of last year. I think you had your book house? Is that right? Nah Yeah. It? Was It was last Jan? And and from that new then came, and did my pr acceler or my boot camp. We got to know each other really well for that, but I haven't really spoken cheaper at least six months. With pandemics and things that kind of stuff to up as well, so here's my first question to you. Don't actually know what you're GonNa want so, but what do you do these days? And why are you doing it? Well that is a bloody good question and I'm happy I've got it this week as opposed to last week. Because now we're out of corona virus last week. It was I. Basically say my stretchy pants with neighboring Raanan. Domination, but now I can go out and put my bra on and create world. Domination must be found to be able to put your brown well sometimes. The great with us, not all the. Time so I wouldn't. Next week, so so as of now and I am a writer, a speaker and a presenter. I focus my my in my previous life, which will talk about I, have nights out. I've been very much in the coaching. World Life, touching performance, coaching, and specializing in stress management, and so I'm now evolving into the next phase of that and delivering in a much more fun way hungry, my writing and my speaking and my presenting, because I like to teach people through entertainment three story. Anyone who's read my book will know that and I'm just I'm kind of sick of people. Being told what today. Change Your Life in six easy step I think we might be almost at the end of the all of us with that kind of stuff tightening. In so false it really does it really does and I was I just got to a point where I was completely ivory and The coronavirus gave me my perfect opportunity to make those changes which I'd wanted to do, and again I'm sure I've out. There is in similar situations at various times. You WanNa make changes, but life keeps happening. You have to keep just rolling with the punches. Yeah, so lucky. We had worldwide pandemics. How. They knew that you needed that. I think my did, and so I got to. Not I am literally banning that frigging would audit talk about used..

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"laura " Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"laura " Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Some of the benefits that we may at some point be receiving from the federal government during this. This time some of the benefits or assistance that we waiver be receiving from landlords, and first of all businesses look into those things credit card companies are also giving breaks. You might have to get on the phone and be on hold for quite a while, but do your part to show. Hey, I'm trying to budget I'm trying to reduce what the monthly spend is as well so I'm not just sitting here, getting a check and eating bon-bons. Concerned about their finances during covid nineteen can go to the it's over easy website and check out the video. That laureate can did for us on these topics the other thing you said just a moment ago, Laura, that's really important to reiterate. I think is to take the current circumstances into consideration and look to the not just immediate future, but look to. To the long term future, and what kind of relationship do you really WanNa halfway through Co Parent? Yeah, I mean when we all went through our initial breakup, and figured out the legalities of custody and support and everything else. That was difficult and uncertain time. We're now having that again. I was talking to him and yesterday inches God. I'm just having A. D It's like going through my divorce all over again. It shouldn't be like that anymore. You've gone through the heartache of givers. This is a scary time. It is an uncertain time, but to the extent that you've already sorted out. Some of these things figure out a way to find. Tune them and make them work for your family, if possible. Everyone been bullied here of stuff. They don't want you to know in ridiculous history as a podcast does. I am constantly reading and researching for upcoming episode, but even I need an occasional break, so when I feel like I need some kind of mental pallet cleanser. My go-to refresher is the mobile puzzle game. Best fiends. That's fiends, not friends best. Fiends is a puzzle game. You can play right on your phone. It's pretty cool because you go through all these levels solving challenging puzzles that. Engage your brain, but it's a casual game that anyone can play and it's actually Super Fun. The great thing about it is that it doesn't take much your time, but it's great because it fills up those moments where you wish you had something to do..

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"laura " Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"laura " Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Of you. This is a really fun. All right guys. So would you think the episode. We're GONNA have a thing where you know. I I want you to tweet. I want you to let me know what you think. And if you have any questions or things you want I'm GonNa ask guests in particular doesn't matter about the guests as much as we like to surprise you with aghast and even if you don't know him obviously listen anyway and that's why I love you and that's why I'm still doing US although I still do it because I love doing it but this episode with Laura was interesting and it's always On the other. I have in love with Chris. Sullivan and Michael Rosenbaum. We have my ex-girlfriend on on Andrea Bogart and It was really interesting. She brought her child and we talked about why it didn't work and who I was and it was. I was really vulnerable. All Am this podcast. Having Laura on we were both going through our own shit and She she acknowledges it you know. She talks about almost dying as a child her parents and just working and you know I think she opens up more so than I think she would have when we dated which is telling and I think I'm the same way I think we're both in on different in different places and I think that's just a maturity thing. Maybe not with me but I think that as we grow and you start to realize vulnerability is good and people seeing emotions. That's actually healthy. Getting rid of bad habits. I think that's the big thing and so this this this podcast was really nice. And you know my GRANDPA died Laura. Text me immediately and she says if you need anything and I know she meant. She met her She she loved her and I'm glad that we've From doing these conventions Lauren. I have been able to be friends again and it's not like we hang out. It's nice to see her and goof off and Just be friends and and I think that shows maturity. I'm going to read some of these messages. Suggest from the message board. You can go to hello at inside of you. PODCAST DOT com or you can tweet me and instagram me. And so this is part of the Altro for what we're doing so now I just want to read you some of these questions. Okay Hi Michael. This comes from Lizanne. She's an actor writer storyteller. I've been listening to podcasts for awhile. I've I felt compelled to write in after listening to your interviews with Andie macdowell Jamie King whether you ever read this random email l. or not I just felt like I had to reach out and tell you how amazing I think the show. Is You and your team have created something. Quite special inside is one of the most honest podcasts. I've ever heard yes. It's therapy therapy for you and your guests but also for us as listeners. Amen Lizanne when you entity would andy were talking about her experience with Bill. Murray and the idea that she merely wanted to please him. It really accord like wanting to please. Your father is how I think you put it. I'm still at the beginning of my acting career. Five years in recently worked opposite comedic legend. To hear the two of you speak about something that felt similar to my own. Experience was quite comforting. Sometimes you just want to know you're doing a good job. Jamie's interview. She says when you both spoke about feeling safe about meditation about your own personal journey to connecting to a higher power and how having a routine helps when it comes to battling depression. Depression is so deeply refreshing to hear. It was just a lovely reminded me that in order to be of service to others. You have to take care of yourself. First you're making a difference in the world by merely being Honest about every aspect of this life so thank you. Thank you for putting everything you've got into this. PODCAST will thank you for listening and thank you. I'm I'm just I'm blessed. I'm grateful that it helps you in some way Jonathan. Hey Rosie just want to let you know how much I appreciate your podcast been listening for a couple of months now and it seriously changed and my life being able to hear so many of these people. I find to be very successful in here. How they're going through or have been through so many of the same things I'm going through is amazing to me? I have a bipolar polar mom and Alcoholic Dad. And here you talk to people that have gone through the same things and how they dealt with it helps so much you Anzac Levi just about about brought me to tears talking about your mother's I've related so much y'all in that moment I'm currently listening to Jamie King and are talking about finding God and a bookstore almost brought me to tears. I paused it and started to write you this message because I had to let you know how much this means to me and I'm sure to so many others that actually they just brought me to almost. Here's Ryan's in the room. So I won't do it. I viewed most of these people are celebrities and not much more but you have completely absolutely changed my view on so many of them you have now made me a fan of them as people not just for their work. Ain't that the truth breath man. That's what that's exactly what I'm trying to do. I appreciate what you're doing so much. So many other podcasts and none of his grabby like yours. I've also started listening to your new podcast with sully and currently going through a hard break up. This has become the perfect time. I find myself trying harder to be to better myself. I started going to therapy. And it's thanks to you. Sorry right for such a long message but I felt he should know how much I appreciate it. Thanks so much. PSU PODCAST is way better than taxes. I loved axe. He won't listen to this anyway. He doesn't have time Tim lastly. Hey Man I don't know if you're actually going to read this but thanks for doing this podcast and showing me that people that may seem to have have it all have gone through hardships and tough times in their lives. The recent Dane Cook episode hit home when he spoke about the relationship he had with his father being basically all about about sports. I two of the same type of relationship with my father until his untimely passing in January of this year unlike Danes father. My Dad was a mets fan. That's that's funny so my dad is and what I am. You and I both know how that eighty six series turned out anyway. Thanks for doing this. PODCAST and making me feel comfortable in my own feelings and every now and then bring tiered of my all love Tim. It's nice to read. These Ryan was really nice. It is it's it's nice nice to just kind of like this is about being president. That's why I wanted to start doing these. altro of reading things that people say and absorbing them and saying hey eh. I'm listening to you. You know it makes me feel good that that we're doing something right here in a really thoughtful was yeah so guys have a happy happy holiday holiday if you're bored you know listen to left on Laurel or CD's still out. It's been out for about a month. Now thank you for everybody came out to the autograph signing and Covina Annette Chaos records. Thank you for came out to the Roxie who listened to the stage at online performance from us. Thank you for buying Merch for listening to the band. Thank you you for listening to the podcast in love. PODCAST inside you podcast. Thank you for your endless support. Happy Holidays Happy New Year. Thank you for allowing Albin side all of you.

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"laura " Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"laura " Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Ryan get on the MIC right. I'm so glad you're here. You're supposed to just in the middle of I duNNo. Do you uncomfortable a little bit. Are you know I mean you guys seem okay with it. I am to a point where we're fine guys are you guys are fine with it. I am new to this is just you know I feel like I have to mediate for some reason. No we are completely different personalities and maybe that's why it worked when it did. Yeah there's like right right now. There's not a nerve in my body. There's not like any resentment. There's no dislike those just like this is joy. That's fun to me. This is fun talking to you openly. And I'm not in the. I don't feel weird if I thought it was going to be weird. Like there's some ex girlfriends I would not have come in here right you. I felt like I like Laura. She's she's cool. She texts me when I was sick. I've been an asshole to you. You should have been in the in love. PODCAST in love with Rosa on Chris. Ullivan that podcast is more about relationships. It and honestly I think one of the reasons that were okay now is we had the first time we had seen each other in years was in Paris at a convention and I was like of course it's like the city of Love Kevin. I have to see that guy because I was still like. I don't know how I feel about this. And then we were fine and I was like oh I enjoy poking Adam restore for smart asses with the job. I don't have that relationship with anyone else so I enjoy that. Yeah I do too. That was it was nice. Remember on stage if I can like throw you under the bus. It's any do constantly. Yeah I noticed like people say that can be weird. I don't know and then after Peres ago wasn't where it all. Yeah Yeah. I think we're both good sports. We're both a little more mature definitely more mature than I am art. Let's get into this. So you're you almost died as a kid by the way SPINA Bifida now Ma'am giant Janus now. What does that mean? What happens when you have bacterial meningitis? While I the story they tell me When I was born my sister was getting her tonsils cels out and she wasn't supposed to come near me because she had a bacteria? My sister came over to meet me in the hospital and jealous sister coughed on me while she had this bacteria. I'd be I eh developed bacterial meningitis and I was in the hospital for months and Swelling on the brain I was paralyzed on the left side of my body and they had to drain the liquid from my brain and I guess you know as my mom says they told her one day that if you're If temperature doesn't go down we're going to have to give heard this medication of sorts. That will either make her blind or deaf if our temperature goes down we won't give it to her the next morning my temperature dropped and they didn't give me that drug otherwise otherwise I would be blind or deaf right now but I had a learning disability from the meningitis my whole life. That's something that I had to work through myself. There's no cure for that. You just find other ways to in school. I would just memorize textbooks. I didn't actually fully understand. Everything memorized it so he could get straight as So you find your own way and I think that's why I went into acting because it was memorization. It was becoming someone that you're not. I was always embarrassed in school. Like they'd pull me out for testing I had these surveyors that followed me for years through like elementary school. So yeah it it really fucked with WHO. I was as a kid but sort. You've made me who I am now. Cheese yeah I mean I remember stuff that you've told me but that when you say a learning disability as a kid I always felt like I was just stupid comprehend things I'd read things and I just because the add and like when you when you so you could quickly memorize things but you wouldn't Be Able to calm like Absorb them it depends what it was. There was a lot that I was able to. Fully understand. Absorb was very much into but things like I couldn't tell time I didn't understand clock. Be Looking for a clock right now with a math I'm directionally challenged instill like I have. I still have no not like that. But like is that North or South I just I. It's very different for me And there are a lot of people who have the same disability where you it's not like you're dyslexic but you have trouble. And you flip things. It's so my whole life. My goal was to appear to be like everyone else. Which fucks with you and you're trying to be like everyone no one else and not yourself so that now is an adults? I still struggle with people. I don't want them to think of me differently but at the same time I want to be who I. It's it's a weird thing definitely molded me. In a way that I'm insecure about stuff. I have social anxiety people all right. So here's the thing though. I feel though when you are in something you're like like for instance if I go to premier or if I had to take picture. I'm uncomfortable what I do. Is I jump into some mechanism character just to make myself come to. I'm GONNA do it. I can so I could be comfortable because I'm not going to let this takeover but there are those times when then I'm just like I get through it and I feel good announced okay. I'm okay now. Do you feel like when you go to a premier. You do these things like I don't want to be here. I don't like there's no. There's a moment really connect with someone. I'm good now. That person saved me in a way. I like them I would say for myself. It's similar in that. I need to put on a character not a character but they just can't be myself and I'm not like you whereas the characters loud how in has energy mike character is like just calmly get through this put on my like Sasho fierce version of myself and the first thing when I go into an event is like I want to figure out how to leave as soon as possible. You want to just get out of there. I want to find the quickest exit and it doesn't doesn't really matter what the event is or you know who I know there. It's it's a job you feel like you belong no. I don't think anybody does though do you. I have been fighting through with this long time where I just never feel comfortable with WHO I am. I never feel like I'm accepted. I never and Joel the Trivia. WHO's on this show yesterday? He's a Brooklyn nine old friend of mine. He starts saying you have to stop it. Would he does now because he always felt like he didn't belong. And that's how I've always felt he's like but you're here which means you belong. Stop Get out of your way. It doesn't matter if you're around people that you think are oh they're bigger stars or this you belong where you are see. It's crazy to me that you think you don't belong because it's crazy I don't belong but I would say I've been very open about that like I'm introverted. I talk about that whereas you come across as someone who's comfortable in every situation you walk in a room you're the loudest guy now. I understand that that's year sandy mechanism. which is crazy? I think I shut down and you rev up to survive that's interesting. Yeah Ryan's nodding like like you fucking now Ryan. Don't talk to me. I sat down to. Yeah like right now. Shutting down me shutting down. Yeah see three guys. You guys don't fight more than three guard. Kid Right inside of you is brought to you by sleep number. Stop Stop folks. You're talking to some dude who's had seven spine surgeries and I know a comfort is and no other bed has helped me out like sleepnumber period. The end a sleep number bed has done everything for me. If you're thinking about getting a bed quit wasting your money and other stuff. SLEEPNUMBER Allows me to adjust on each side of the bed and since I'm single well most of my life I could put it at eighty five which is pretty nice and stiff and I can put it in a Nice twenty-five own asleep on a cloud I tend to roll back and forth to Haege side of the bed throughout the night. I also have this What do you call it just brings you up? You know it's a button. It is to an upright position meditate in warning. I think that's the the legal term for it is. That's what I'm GONNA call it because this is my personal experience..

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"laura " Discussed on Clarity and The Truth of Spirituality with Laura Bungarz

Clarity and The Truth of Spirituality with Laura Bungarz

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"laura " Discussed on Clarity and The Truth of Spirituality with Laura Bungarz

"Welcome to you spirituality on packed. My name is Laura Ungar and welcomed today's show on spirituality versus religion. What's the difference and why spirituality well you're we go so you can be spiritual in not be religious, and you can be religious and not be spiritual. They don't have to be completely mutually exclusive but they often they often are so religion has it seemed today. An by the way, I grew up Roman Catholic. I grew up going to church every week. I grew up I taught Sunday school. I read the readings at mass. I was an altar server. I did all the things came. So I. I am coming out this with the perspective of my own experience in the Roman Catholic church in growing up in a Roman Catholic family. So religion. Is mostly fear based? It's based on the idea of God, a guy in the sky. With an ego. He is judgmental, and he has a mean streak. He punishes people that don't behave in a certain way and he sends them into this place called hell. And so we have heaven, and we have hell heaven is for good people in Hellas for bad people in depending on your life and the way you live it, you could go to one or the other. So really what the Roman Catholic religion encouraged was that you come to church once a week, and you simply begged forgiveness for all of those things that you did wrong the previous week and you go twice a year. You go to what's called confession. And you confess your sins to the priest and he basically will forgive you for them. So you're consistently just begging for forgiveness. The idea being of course that maybe if you beg for forgiveness enough and go to church every week and give enough money God won't send you to hell. The unfortunate part of that whole experience. Of course. Is that? Most people don't make it out of the parking lot, before they are doing the opposite of what they were just talking about or they are reliving the sins. They just begged forgiveness for. Because there is no emphasis on healing of self. There is no emphasis on individual responsibility. And so for that reason. Everybody is coming from a place of wounded ego. And so they are simply unable to live the way they preach about in the masses week to week so most people that don't get out of the parking lot before they've already gone against what it is. They propose to believe. So when you look at spirituality, and when most people think of spirituality what, what, what, what has made a name for itself, right now is new age spirituality, and so new age tends to have this thing around positive thinking, and again, new age does not have a huge emphasis on healing of self. Right. It's mostly about positive thinking, it revolves quite heavily around the idea of law of attraction, what she believe you receive. And so it it attempts to get she to change your belief system without actually doing any of the healing work and removing any of the pain, or trauma, from your life, experience and sort of focuses you into this idea of positive thought, and so that is new age spirituality in and of itself, actually. Requires you to heal your past traumas it. Requires you to look at yourself. Realize that we are all from the same pot of stardust that God is not a guy in the sky with a big stick that's going disaster. You when you do something wrong, a God, that is omnipotent and all loving cannot possibly have an ego be judgmental or have a mean streak. It's simply not possible. So as you learned to heal yourself and you realize that you are not the ego, and the flesh and blood that you walk around in all day. You start to be able to actually live. From a place of love and service and respect for all. The bible talks about you actually start to be able to live from that place. And it's something that in mainstream religion, we really aren't able to do because there's no emphasis on healing. And you're taught that you are simply the flesh and blood and ego body that you are. And that God is the guy in the sky with the big stick, that's gonna zap you. That's what you're taught.

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"laura " Discussed on Clarity and The Truth of Spirituality with Laura Bungarz

Clarity and The Truth of Spirituality with Laura Bungarz

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"laura " Discussed on Clarity and The Truth of Spirituality with Laura Bungarz

"And it's a really small example. But if you do that, with every tiny little thing in your life, and you do that with every person, and you pick them about expectations, and how they're supposed to be if you follow your child around doing all of that nitpicking, what message are you sending? What are you creating? Your lever have a perfect world. And the reality is the world is already perfect. It doesn't need to change to meet anybody's expectations. Because there is nothing wrong. The universe is perfect just as it is. There's no there's nothing to change. There's nothing to fix. There's nothing broken. All is well right here right now, regardless of how chaotic your current reality might seem to you, regardless of how far away from your expectations, the people around you truly are. Your world is just as it should be. And if people in your life or currently breaking your expectations. There's your lesson. To stop expecting from others and simply take care of self and let others take care of themselves. Stop taking on others opinions. Stop expecting from others people aren't going to change for you. So don't try to make them. Nor do you wanna change for them. Expectations are very dangerous things. It's okay to have a goal or two. But experts Asians are dangerous. They such you up. They such you up to be upset to be disappointed. And if their expectations of self, they give you a club to beat yourself over the head with none of that is, okay. Find a way to be happy, regardless of what's going on around you. And stop waiting for the world to meet your expectations. Thank you so much for listening to clarity and the truth of spirituality. I am Laura bunkers having taken.

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