25 Burst results for "Lee Smith"
Unlike the Daily Wire's Luke Rosiak, the Media Didn't Bother to Hear Scott Smith
"Pretty simple question I mean it's so few people unlike yourself doing actual journalism anymore I mean I can think of a few you got you Were you at the daily caller you were 'cause I know I've read your work before I mean it's I mean you have chuck Ross over there does good work Cherry dunleavy at the examiner These are people who do actual investigative reporting which is you know died a long time Lee Smith How did you crack this story I mean did you just do what no one else would do which is just interview the parent and say hey why were you so angry at the meeting I mean I'm believe me I'm not in any way trying to take down the work you did but were you the only guy who thought to go out there and just ask the parent hey hey Scott why were you so angry I think that's right A lot of people made assumptions about this guy There were the reason this happened and it is a massive media failure as well as school failure is because people have caricatures of people with different political deals especially on the left They view people on the right as instead of being human beings who have reasons for believing the things they do there is a common perception that they're monsters They're bigots They're not fees And the reason they do things is simple they're filled with hate and they hate people and they want to harm people And so when they saw the sky a lot of people just said you know he's a liar He has hate for gays That's why he's here He's angry because he's a white man Let's put him in jail And he was trying to tell You can hear on the video that has been replayed by TV channels across the globe for three months on that video while he's getting arrested His wife screams my daughter was raped at school and this is what happens So he was trying to tell people why he was angry No one listened They want him to make they wanted to make him a partisan cartoon And so I did ask him and I did document the things he was saying trust but verify And sure enough his story checked
Was the Alleged Russian DNC Hack a Hoax? Author Lee Smith Weighs In
"Lee Smith is a columnist with tablet magazine the epic times and also the author of the permanent coup Great book Lee Thanks for joining me I appreciate it Hey damn Thanks for inviting me on great to speak with you as always Yeah well leave nobody knows you and I have been friends for a while We've been through the whole spygate debacle and the PP hoax and collusion hoax and everything and the very few people know more than you about this And one of the things I discussed on the Monday show is I think there's a couple more issues to drop here in this collusion hoax that's fallen apart with the lawyer the Clinton lawyers indictment a few weeks ago I'm getting from some of my sources and I'd like your opinion on it One of those shoes to drop may be that the alleged DNC hack by the Russians was in fact a hoax from the start I mean CrowdStrike and other companies can seem to provide definitive evidence at this even happen Your thoughts are on that hypothesis Yeah I mean one of the impressive things about the 27 page indictment I mean I've been told by people who know like you people from law enforcement who say that's 27 pages is an awful lot If they're just looking at a line to the FBI so hard So he laid out a pretty clear Durham team laid out a pretty clear case for a larger conspiracy here over 27 pages And there's a lot of involvement It goes to the Clinton campaign It seems to have a lot to do with the email stuff It seems to have a lot to do with the DNC hack So that certainly makes sense to me I mean we know that right The claim that the Clinton campaign and their allies in the press were making for years is that Russia hacked the DNC We learned several years later that the head of crowds CrowdStrike never had any hard evidence that anything had been hacked from the DNC
Author Lee Smith Sets Record Straight on Multiple Collusion Hoaxes
"You know as you were talking there I was going through You were mentioning all of the hoaxes in this collusion thing that fake nonsense that have now fallen apart It wasn't just one Yes folks the core tenant of it was Hillary's big lie that Donald Trump colluded with the Russians But there were sub pieces to it And Lee I'm just gonna ask you where any of these true or false Was a pee pee tape ever discovered Yeah no no no No okay Okay Okay so that is going through a check Let's see Yeah because you know And the audience okay so the pee pee tape was made up As far as we know has ever any evidence ever been produced that Trump's lawyer at the time Michael Cohen met with anyone in Prague to get emails Have you seen any evidence that actually happened No okay So there we go Lee we're off for two buddy This is one of the few times where a batting average of zero is a good thing Okay here's number three We just addressed this so I can answer for you The DNC hack could it have happened Maybe is there any evidence No because nobody's produced it So we got that one Here's another one The alpha bank Russian bank the alphabet connection to Trump Tower Is there any evidence whatsoever anywhere that's ever been produced that that was a secret communication channel between Trump and Russia any No and in fact the DOJ debunked this three different times That's the joke It's like in October 2016 which The New York Times reported then Mueller and now the Durham indictments are different branches of the DOJ if the bunk is three times So the fact that people are still out there pushing the alphabet stories again it just tells you how far how nutty our elite have gone right They're still pushing this
Journalist Lee Smith Talks About Tucker Carlson Being Spied on by the NSA
"You have a peace out. I'm going to get to in a minute in the epic times. That is just deeply troubling and everyone should read. Folks Look at this. It's called affidavits raised more questions about the FBI about FBI's role in Trump probe. I just hit the forward, Button said. It is a terrific piece. I want to get to that in a minute. But I'd be there would be a sin if I didn't ask you first. About this Tucker Carlson case your thoughts on these allegations that the NSA has a hold of his texts or emails how this could possibly happen. Yeah, I'm actually writing about this today. So I'm glad you asked me. I look. I mean, one of the important things is all of these people who were spying on the Trump team, the Trump campaign and the Trump transition team right from the Obama White House. Many of them are back in the Biden administration, and that goes to the president himself. Remember that list of DNA released About how even Joe Biden had unmasked General Michael Flynn's name from transcript the foreign foreign intelligence intercept, So I think that we can put a lot of things together. From what you know people like you and and and me and your great listeners have been putting together for the last several years. What? What It looks like to me and actually Harmeet Dhillon, who was on Ben, who's on Tucker. Last night. She made a good point. She said something like I think this is about Um, I think this is about indirect collection and, of course, or incidental collection. What it looks like is reverse targeting. They wanted to go after Tucker and they found someone that they could legitimately, uh, quasi legitimately target. That's how they collected on Tucker. That's that's Lee. Sounds familiar, right? Sounds familiar, right? These sounds like what they did to Mike Flynn.
"lee smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"You can move forward. You don't have to be fucked. Let me give you the tools to help you move forward because again. Why you do coordinate is what somebody needs is well. They need to be seeking out someone that they feel stuck in their relationships or whatever they need to are the lack of now having one agreed they need to seek out a professional as yourself. So i really appreciate you. Southall much Johnny today traveled listeners. How they can get connected with you got. We were trying to connect to people just enjoying this. But if you want to find me you can just go to the relationship. Service station is my website is my facebook page. Is my app so as the relationship started station. Where's the community in my app. Where we talk about everything. Grief related If you wanna finally on the aggie doing it for the graham you can find me at the master relationship mechanic. So i am working on that as your relationship mechanic. So but if you want to ticks mean and find out how we can get -pointment together you can text me at six seven eight seven one eight fifty nineteen our reich. Thank you how much. I have enjoyed talking with you. We want this is not last conversation because okay and people need. We need to hear this. We need somebody to tell us this up in a face so that we can move on and get bad. Because that's what god wants us is better and that's what we should want for ourselves. Ask appreciate you thank you so found much. Thank you for of course. Of course our thank you for tuning into the congo. I hope you enjoyed the show. Be sure to subscribe on anchor or apple podcasts..
"lee smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
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"lee smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"I will look at people. And i will say why i want to say you know. What would you say that like. I would rather you not say nothing at all. The in for you to have said that. I think was really cool points because i think we messed up stuff. We messed up that process. I ain't gonna say we missed the processes. I guess we're not Sensitive to the stains of of grief that they're in in that process when we say some of these ridiculous things that we say to people during that time. I think the best thing to say to somebody. If you're gonna make any statement at all of you just got. Neil like you got the best statement to say kill somebody. I know things are going to be different. I know things have changed and you give them to freedom to walk in that change that instead of lying to them and saying it's don't to get back to normal. Yeah if not. And i had a lot of people tell me that. Oh before you know it girl. It'll be just like it was. And i know it really is not an. I explained to my friend of day because she said well how do you. How do you survive. I mean without your mom. And i said well you know she raised me to be. You know a certain way you know i. I'm not saying. I'm used a loss but you know she raised me To be a certain way. I said what you know what i say every morning like why before i guess i kinda come to. There's this this very peaceful moment. Where i just imagining her. My day i said. I wake up and i just thank god for that memory in that moment. I said i used to be mad. Coordinate when i will get up and i'll be like oh good you know. Let me check mom in that reality set in like now see now here. I can't. I used to get mad at those moments and now i embraced them because god is like bring them to you to remind you of who they are and who they may you to be and i don't want you to be mad about those moments because it's almost like you're regretting. Whatever time i gave you within like blew me away. I totally blew me away. Yeah and i think that mentality that you're talking about is this whole thing. If we can get over blaming ga we can. We can get over blaming the individual and understanding it that the time we hit was the time we were meant to. Hey up right. I mean no matter. How will the death of the separation happens it was it was at the time was right. The time was up and if we can accept that we don't have control over in relinquish it and get that space. We are there. And i know honestly we talk about being the league a lot of time we as believers we have hardest tach. We think we say we believe until it happens to be so strong somebody else until the situation and we actually have to stand no shoes. Somebody repeats back. The like you say saying brutishness that you told somebody else. Yup have to really sit and say okay. What is it going to take me to get another perspective if say it s believers we think therapy is against. God's were some reason we feel like this thing at all. We're not strong. We don't believe in the words no is saying goal. Sit down and get this stuff off your chest it out and get away to actually process it in a exactly and we need that to be able to break down. We're not equipped in my past i love him to pieces but i don't think he was equipped other than to give me some scriptures to be able to do that but he was wanted a first ones..
"lee smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Now been the right thing with about it and actually probably sixty percent of my klein's dean because i don't know i have that spirit of comfort when people talk to me that can put these this out and i'm not gonna judge them. I'm not going to say let's being because me affiliates men need space just as we do. It reminds me of when my husband's brother's sitting in to talk to me me and who aren't going through that don't wanna hear about it and that's really what it is on comfortable making them uncomfortable so he needed him to take that voice to somebody else. Who would not feel uncomfortable. And so men after. Find that place where they can speak their truth. Feel be comfortable and come out not feeling like somebody made field lessening right you. I'm glad you said that. I can recall when my mom passed away. It was something about like. I have lost my grandmother before. I off before something about mom where that whole idea of agree and how to deal with. It just became prevalent like this in my face. And i can recall people being like will. It's been a few months in. I'm looking at them. Like what you mean. It's been a few months. You tell me. I should move on. Are you telling me what i should do. In our begin to notice courtney some of the dumbest stuff people say. You're grieving and i began to be very sensitive to that. Say girl you did did sign dumb stuff yourself so now very cognizant of what i say to people who have someone who is grieving. No they're not okay. Stop telling them day in about a place. I mean we know because we're believers christians. We know what the bible tells us about that but if other things we could be saying besides the cliche is them because they may not be at the in that stage of grief to even understand what you say. A friend of mine just lost her. Mom like literally just lost her mom and she said that the past the tall her were. She's in a better place. And i'm not passes. Intentions were good. Don't get me wrong. But she wanted cut courtney. She's fast out on him. Like what are you maine's. She's in a better place. The better place would be to be with me. No she is not in a better place you know and i just said you know i understand i said but will you get to that point you and i can talk. You can talk being cut nothing. I can fight hundred now. Coordinate other than just be there for her is gonna change her mind and that is the best thing that you do to help somebody who to be quite..
"lee smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"We stuck in one hundred percent of all areas of life because we are all something that we get stuck on own job last night by the time i get thirty or so we mourn aber returned to thirty steel single. We haven't had kids yet like that hail never happened for me. Why because we don't have the job of the degree that certain time because we're so busy looking at what other people have greeding a title of a relationship and we like. Oh my goodness i'm single again. All my goodness is you know all of these things you know mess because we look. These definitions are devastating. Okay what time. Line out on corden. Gosh maybe i went on a detour. You know many. I got called so god line. You got the me you know. We cannot base it on everybody else because that is not having bios because there are a lot of people at different ages that are losing their spouses their appearance we sit here and say everybody becomes a widow at age. Sixty to eighty. You know that's not true. we will win may twenties. We got people who we may thirty forty so it is different for everybody. So i know you've got telling no twenty euro don't go out and date go out and get near so we gotta be careful when we make these blanket laws and you ain't gotta be still not eighty year olds if what they choose. Resents their ceos. They should be open and willing to is that. God heals your heart to do. That is so true. I love love. What's greater have. I'm tell you. I just feel like we. We put these undue pressures on ourselves. Like eve i myself. You know i'm divorced but me and my ex husband were really really good friends. I mean he immediately. Bow somebody in remarried and i can remember struggling like wouldn't do it but i think god had me and i i think i know he had me in this incubation period of where lakisha needed..
"lee smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"My life as is just when you can get to the point that other people can see the attraction of yo happiness. You don't have to look in be ready. You attraction in your really will automatically poor people in now. I'm not talking about 'cause you gotta be weird. They're gonna people who you week. The only people who are you going through stuff if you have a rebound relationship or you just need a warm body next to you. You are going to be in trouble because you are going to attract people who are going to take bandage of a vulnerable place. That you're in riot right what i'll tell you that just gave me chills to hear you say that is my lifetime partner and i love that and it's not the seeking though because i think we do that sometimes when we when there's any loss of any kind then we put timelines on stuff instead of one dependent on last time on something holes the site you needed to wait six months like you say some makes always say six years talk today. You have to know when you're ready to go out there and boost meet someone and it's not like you say. Is this the department weather for us to be husband and wife and i wasn't looking. We were introduced. Images happen organically. I think we sometimes feel like we have to do it. A certain time line. And i guess i wanna ask you this. Do you think sometimes we're stuck till because we we base stuff on other folks time line they move in how we think you should be moving. This is mostly..
"lee smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Pilaf. I'm was for tuna to a never episode of kisha today. I am so excited to talk to my girlfriend. Courtney courtney how are you. Today i am. I am fantastic. I get to chat with you so before we get to your questions. Journalism is a little bit about you. All right i'm gonna keep it to the shortest by. Oh i got. So i'm courtney lee smith agreed in law strategies. I hope you personally Visually learn how to get from what you think should have been in good. Been to what she'll be so you embrace your now our living. See me over here like outside. 'cause the vile she tells you what she could do a quick fast in her but how many of us are stuck in some places that she's trying to pull us out to you know if i could get a verse or hand up and ask i know about coordinator in those places and trying to figure out where you know. How do we get beyond. I'm so glad to be talking to you win a new year. Twenty twenty one. We just elected our oldest president. But if black in south asian bp like. I'm super excited. It's a great day for women in america yeah embracing change embracing different embracing everyday as your first new beginning. We gotta get decided every day. Yes indeed yes. Yes so i really love how you help relationships and grief and i know during this time. A lot of people are struggling with grief A lot of people because of things that are happened with covy or just any other type of diseases that can be really compounded by kovic dealing with with grief you know. So how do you suggest for people to find peace during that time First.
"lee smith" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Welcome to the congo. I am your house lakisha mostly. I'm a mom. A blogger brand influence and the vin producer of my own event management company. Call they'll inexperienced on the combo you'll hear conversations with some of the most profound entrepreneurs from all over the world as they share with us their wins and losses. They'll also share tips and tricks with you. That will help you be successful along this journey car entrepreneurship. Let's get started with the show. Cornelia smith is a relationship. Life coach angry specialists who empowers women to love again after the loss of love. Kobe bertha platform for her to moderate healthy grief conversations to help those in grief not to suffer in silence or fill alone. She educates people to move beyond the could've intiatives into what will be the new normal as host and producer of the master relationship mechanics. Show as a wife again. A widow who married a widower. She is an example of achieving love after love while living fully and loving unconditionally this salad sponsored by the experience against the.
"lee smith" Discussed on Pantheon
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"lee smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I'm so annoyed. It's the second segment already. Lee, You've got to come back for now. Can you do that? We have so much guts and the titles of your books for so long I needed to get into it again. The plot against the President the true story of Congressman Devin Nunes. Uncovered. The biggest scandal in U. S history stopped long, serious stuff. Lee Smith on his latest book, the Permanent Ku Hao, and I'm going to get it right this time. Have enemies, foreign and domestic targeted the American president. Super Books, the first of which is bank made into a movie, right? Did you have a think they'd be making movies about your books? Lisa would have never Never great. Charge them a lot more money. Never thought it would happen next, maybe follow. Follow him. Follow him. At least, Smith, D Z and his latest piece is in the tablet. It's about America's China class. How does this this this class of people making money out of the biggest communist nation in the world? How did they plug into things like the Atlantic Council? Full disclosure When I was a naive young man, I was associated with the Atlantic Council many moons ago. But since then have realized what it is explain the role of organizations like Atlantic Council. Well, I mean, one of the things isn't I mean with, you know, with The Washington Post, which is Is owned by Jeff Bezos Eun of the Amazon was owner of Amazon. And then you have the Atlantic, which is owned by the widow of Steve Have Steve Jobs. This is the way that I see it is. It's not really about Donald Trump or say, by which I mean had any other president come and said we're going to take on China, right. Donald Trump is a threat he represents who he is exactly the threat to their Inter exactly, but they want to make it as though it's about we don't like him. He's not polite. He's this. He's that. No, it's because Donald Trump Represents a threat to their strategic interests, which is where they collect their money. So these different The way that I see them. The Atlantic and the Washington Post their messaging platforms, their propaganda platforms, a way to push back on the first American president, who said you were going to decouple American interest from those of China. But whether you like him or not, Steve Bannon was right. This elite had said we surrender. We have to have a managed decline of the United States while China rises, and along comes a guy from Manhattan from Queens releases. Why what? Why do we have to surrender to a managed decline? And that's the problem is that that's That's why Amy Cockney Barrett. That's why Brett Kavanaugh. That's why Russia far because he's a threat to their interests. What I what I say is, I mean, I don't think that they chose. I don't think the American elite shows decline. I think that's a cover story. I think that they chose to get rich seriously is better because if you look, that's I have a client of the working class. So right there, okay themselves. They chose exactly Okay. That's a good point. They chose for other people to decline right for them Tax profit and look at the nonsense that they say the things that isn't it amazing how Beijing managed to Bring tens of millions of peasants out of poverty. At what? At the expense of sense of million 60 million, right? No 60 million dead in China. Millions of Americans live impoverished here in the United States, the right good point. They chose for themselves to get rich and they chose for someone else's book. Maybe dynamics. Maybe teeter totter right. They get rich American working class loses their job. I think I think the idea of America's China class is a really fundamental idea. Did you going this America's China class? Yes, it wasn't that wasn't it's not as elaborate the subtitles to my books, but I mean, it really is so telling. I mean, think of this one thing I've mentioned already. I've played the audio earlier today. With regards to Amy Cockney Barrett that Senate to Feinstein. Hayes is targeting somebody's faith. Yeah, as she for 20 years, has a Chinese intelligence operative as her chauffeur, and she's still in the Senate. Lee. How is that possible? If there's not a China class, protecting her? That story's probably worse. Probably much worse than what it appears to be right. Because if you look at it, she knew Jang. I mean the the eventual president for and she brags about her. They were friends. So how does it happen that right wins and becomes president? That's when this guy walks into our office. Very, very ugly story, and that's right, actually write about her. I have a long chapter on her. In the permanent coup and a chapter called the party right, but explaining she's the embodiment ofthe signing class Ray, especially the political component again, there's a corporate component. And I mean the tech oligarchs detect parents. Everyone is scrapping. I mean, these guys are really they're out front now, right with people like Bezos with people with people like Mrs Job, so It's a very important and that that's the way I see. It is. That is the fundamental struggle that we're seeing. Unfold right now. Here in the United States, And what did you study in college? English and classics. Look. Oh, of course you did. Ah, Philosophical term From my days on the condor grad doing philosophy and theology. There is determined philosophy necessary but not sufficient. In terms of factors and conditions. I would put it to you that the breaking off the China class let me let me reverse it. The re election of President Trump in 41 41. 42 41 days. Is a necessary but not sufficient. Requirement to the breaking of the China class. Does that make sense? Yes, that well, it has to be right. It has. It has to happen, and that's our fundamental struggle. Here. Look, the chaos that we've seen unfold. The raising and looting of American cities. The You know the DNC is frontline militias, BLM and antifa. There's a larger game behind this right. And if we see the different places that are going to stop, there will do it again. Can you stay for three moments? We're going to close the show with. I'd love to that because you connected it to bigger things that are happening, and I do believe That is connectivity. At least there's connective tissue amongst all of these things. The two books Essential reading. If you want to understand what happened to this nation in the last four years is the plot against the president. The true story of her congressman Devin Nunes uncovered the biggest scandal in U. S history and his newest book, The Permanent Koo, How Enemies, Foreign and Domestic Targeted the American president, both By Lee Smith, who writes regularly for the tab, But his latest piece is on America's China class. You can find it on my Twitter feed my Facebook feed. And you please should follow him. And now on Twitter, Lee Smith DC I'm Sebastian Gorka. This is America first back with Lee in a moment, but Let's talk about how you are communicating today..
"lee smith" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"What did it focused on? His character. Where were the policies? It's really easy to come out and say Oh president trump screwed up the covid nineteen response Oh and Joe Biden once again here I mean if if you're on the fence, here's reason enough at least once again in my perspective, not to vote for Joe Biden for. President. He just said this past Sunday. When asked the question I? Think it was an ABC interview. Would you be willing to shut down the economy again? To head off a new wave of corona virus infection, he replied I would shut it down. I would listen to the scientists. Now wait a minute there joe, let's cool. Our jets just a moment here. What about the real? Psychological emotional impact that walked down had on. So many people so many that might not ever recover. And I'm not talking about the covert I'm talking about recovering. From the emotional psychological and the financial impacts. Of those shutdowns Scott, Atlas Dr. Scott Atlas now in a pretty high ranking position with the White House he has long set a third year medical student would have known what to do As they have done in pandemics past. Do you lock down the healthy? No. Even though this is a novel Corona Virus, it does have some distinct similarities to other corona virus diseases. What do you do you lock down? The most vulnerable among us, we know that this corona virus has targeted the elderly particularly those with. underlying. Medical conditions. I was just thinking the stat there I believe. And I'll have to I'll have to double check this. But, I believe eighty percent of the covid nineteen related this. Are In people over the age of sixty five. So what do you do? You don't lock down. The Nation's economy. You take. Very Very. Targeted steps to protect the most vulnerable among us but dope. Joe Says I'll listen to the scientists which scientists And is it Voodoo? Scientists? And again, not a shot against the scientists. But unfortunately, science is one of those areas in life. It's not.
"lee smith" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"It's the successful use of your product to solve the problem or achieve a goal. That is a real solution and so it requires level of knowledge. Might be would help with that. Absolutely there's one thing though that that sales people have an advantage over computers in the fact that we're human and so sales people need to get really comfortable very quickly then with being pathetic with listing and connecting with somebody to with the buyer on a personal level and you know and understanding that you know and then you just reminded themselves at the what they already know. Which is they know salespeople no that sales decisions or buying decisions are made emotionally and then backed up with logic. So if that's the case then why not connect logically and being him and his is something. Then it's GonNa take a allot long to catch up with than just being able to provide data and pricing and things of that nature so the buyer doesn't necessarily need you to for them to purchase the product. They need you to help them understand what they should be purchasing. How much you'd be purchasing. And maybe to reassure them that it's a good idea to reassure them and then the b therefore them in case things go wrong. That's a great analogy on that and I think even going back to the covert nineteenth situation. It's going to be interesting to see how people engage with each other 'cause with social isolation and staying away from people and all of that once this period of time has done and we return to normal you know with with the modifications like you said of things may be changing a little bit here and there but I anticipate there may be an element of a revolt against utilizing technology and I think people belonging to actually go and engage with with other humans on some things and maybe you know curtail a bit of the The the looking up and researching and sent of saying. Oh come looking for this car in southern. Say You know what I've been cooped up for too long. Let's just go train few dealerships and have some conversations with some people and I see that potentially happening love to hear your thoughts. You're probably right about that because our C. You know in my college age kids who are in class anymore and so they're having to do everything online and things like that and I noticed that in the evenings where to spend the less time online and they were before and I noticed with me when I'm having to zoom calls which I do on a regular basis anyway but like boy really missed being the office and being able to walk around and talk to people you know just to see how they're doing both professionally and personally and see what's going on in their world and you know just having some some Chitchat in the. You know that's even not business related and I missed that. I really miss go into sporting events hockey games and soccer games and you know thought football season. But I'll miss that too. If it goes into that I miss you know my long distance cyclist I cycle routinely. Sixty two hundred miles. You know normally raising money for cancer research and Diabetes Research and and and we do it as a team and I have to cycling teams. I really miss cycling with them. Because right now at the social distance in stuff may I might get the cycle with one friend and we stay ten feet apart from each other and it doesn't make for a really great conversation so I missed that and I can't help thinking that that a lot of other people feel that way too. Yeah that's my sense things tonight. I trust that once. This is behind us that the human race will will return to more human type adventures and will take things in a little bit more and maybe a little bit slower when it comes to Being in the moment and enjoying having dinner with a friend on a patio or going to the bar. And I'm with you. I Miss Sports like you wouldn't believe and I it's tossing and I don't. I shared this publicly. You might. My father passed away three weeks ago and in for my brother and I we both love. Sports and sports has been pretty much. Mia Because of cove in eighteen. So a normal escape for US discount escape our workdays and life and things like that is just. You know sit down. Have a couple adult beverages in washes sporting event end. That hasn't been available so it's been a really really interesting time for for many of us with know. Hopefully you know others haven't experienced tragedies and loss of life but I know a lot of people have and in salespeople and concerns and finances and all these things in and I'm with you. This is temporary We will return back to things and we'll we'll be able to do things and my hope is With a little bit more of a human touch than than what we were dealing with up to the covert nineteen situation and micro. I I fully understand and I feel for you man because that My father passed away a year ago. And you know one of the last things you know. He always took me to baseball games. When I was a kid that was our summer vacation we would drive. You know three hours of Cincinnati to watch the reds you know of course during the seventies so that was a lot of fun and But you know in the last thing that I did is. I took him to his first indy. Five Hundred Years. He's like you know big auto racing guy but he's more of a Nascar guy and and I was just I never really you know. I always watch the indy. Five hundred on Memorial Day. 'cause he made me but it's like wasn't anything that was super excited about and so. I took him to India and a sporting event that he and I got to go together and I've been going in the every year since and like you know I really miss an out that Got Postponed to August each year. But it's like and I hope it happens in August but you know as because of me trying to do something good for my dad on for Father's Day turns out that I got hooked on it and we go so that's that's a lasting memory they always have. And every every may hopefully yeah. I know all the things that we're missing out March madness indie. Obviously my wife and I were married on Kentucky Derby Day so whatever happens I always think I need to record. Run over to hallmark real quick wide. You know that's that one your least what they anniversaries. They always have those one but the other one like Mother's Day and other holidays. Yeah you gotta get there quick otherwise the cards are gone. You're going to take over and you can always see the guys there the day before. Oh Yeah I purposely. Go buy them because I was get the cards early by go by there and just kinda. Watch the state of panic. It's it is an yeah and I'm I'm kind of jealous. You got to experience the big red machine up close and personal but at least I grew up in Detroit so at least we got US sparky for a bit too. So I'll I'll good. I've enjoyed our conversation today..
"lee smith" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back I've got see Lee Smith Online. How are you sir? I'm doing well Michael. Thanks for having me a thanks for having US joined the shots. Appreciate you and your patients to to get on so sales fuel. What interesting organization. What are some of the great things he as do over? Their sales feels a sales intelligence or sales research company. So we believe in all types of intelligence to help sales teams smarter sell more are we started off as a company that provided research services local business intelligence do media companies and AD agencies for helping their local and small businesses survive and thrive. And that's especially important these days and that's how we started and then we realized that you know just as important if not more importantly is at managers needed to have greater intelligence about the type of sales people they were hiring and adding to their team and they also then once they were on the team needed to know have different set of intelligence than to be able to develop them into becoming better sales people. In I know the strong sales people and the ones that are fumbling around with things and Jimrome sports guy. I'm sure you've heard of them before. What he he dabbled in sales. I think for about two weeks in his life and would tell stories about basically taking business cards from fish balls at restaurants just to show that he was prospecting and it but he couldn't sell basically anything so you know he just. He found a different career. Vocation but it's I as an any other type of role I find that the sales people are the ones that are trained to sell the right way and your organization definitely sounds like somebody that really works on that and really helps its customers and marketing. And all these things that are intertwined. I find love to get your viewpoint on this. I find oftentimes people try to segment sales away from everything else and it's it's an ecosystem everything is connected and it flows and and you notice organizations that do really well. There's a flow within everything within sales to marketing to leadership and everything else. I'd love to get your viewpoint on that I love Some of the C- viewpoints that that basically they're you're either in sales or you're in sales support so in some way shape or form you're in sales if you're dealing with customers whether it be customer service you know whatever your touch points with customers even if it's marketing and you never actually talked anybody like that you're in sales otherwise you're supporting the sales team in some way shape or form doesn't matter whether or not you're on on the plant floor or you know you're the janitor or your whatever but like that's the kind of viewpoint that I like because it really without revenue. Nothing happened without revenue. People don't get paid. There's no really reason for them to show up to work. And so that's that comes from sales and so if you're not out there doing it then you have to be supporting. The people who are at the time of this recording were dealing with covert nineteen and and it's obviously a game changer for all types of industries and the world at large from a sales point of view. How would a salesperson navigate to this? Because there's an I'm seeing it with the people that I deal with. I'm seeing a wide variety of reactions when it comes to having discussions about selling a product or service there are some that are like you know what. I'm going to push through this business as usual as best we can. Let's do it then. There's some other organizations that are really paralyzed. And they don't WanNa do anything they. They're fearful of miss stepping or spending some revenues. They may need to allocate somewhere else. So what are some things in techniques that your team uses and how you teach people on how to navigate these you know out of normal situations that we're facing clearly what you where WanNa end up as right in between those two things I mean you want to if you're doing business as usual that's not gonNa work you're gonNA come across tone-deaf can't carry not only about yourself carrying only about their money at a time? Where people's emotions are heightened. There they have real fears not only about the corona virus you know and and their health and their families health and employees health but also the financial health. And so there's you know there's some real fear going on there from the customer's point of view as well and if you try to plow on through that business as usual You're not gonNA come across as somebody. That's actually carrying about their wellbeing or their business. Well being and that's not going to end well for you Clearly on the other side though You can't be too aggressive. You have to you have to you and you can't be tone deaf so you have to change all your marketing and says it's very clear to me those people that you have their marketing on autopilot. You can look at their social media posting. You can see pictures of people not doing social distancing and you know things that are not Not really speaking to the reality of the moment and I don't believe this is the new normal. I believe this is a temporary normal and that we will get through it. Eventually we will return to business as normal as usual. But you know as with anything disruptive like this or whatever there will be some changes in the landscape of thanks so my advice is sales people out. There is what you should be doing in this moment in time. What you should have been doing all along which is sales is not selling. It's helping and if you go at it with the attitude of I'm here to help this customer whether it be to be at the thank to to their unique situation yes you just listen to what you know what they're processing and what they're dealing with or if there's an opportunity to solve real problems that popped up then or if there's to help them be innovative because they have to be innovative during times like this. That's what a salesperson should be doing not selling. You're not not not pushing the product and quite frankly when we teach sales people how to sell you know. We don't teach them how to sell that way. Selling is helping and selling his personal. And so you know it is to connect with somebody on a personal level. Not just understand the problems Or The aspirations that the company has but also understand then. What are the benefits in the consequences in to the buyer person? You're seeing across the desk from or in this case sitting across the computer screen from Golden Advice because and I've always resonated with people and I'm buying a product or service when the other side of the equation is is truly engaged in seeking to understand what my needs are and also what might potential needs could be because oftentimes as a consumer or customer. We don't necessarily know everything that we need. We know he needs something. But we don't necessarily know what we need fully and that's where Sales people come in and really help with him figuring out what you WanNa do with something or where you WanNa go away. WanNa take it because I could easily say all right. I'm going in to buy a car for example. I need this while me. Yeah you need the you know. What's your lifestyle? What do you do? What type of work do you do? Do you drive a lot. Moore's at commuting family do you. Have you take your friends out for different things you know? How many seats do you need? You know you know what you do when you drive in which your body size. I mean everything. There's so many factors on it and I use this analogy. It's like a lot of people that want to get a patch you know so they get a dog and they don't know anything about dogs and all and they just say well. I like this dog. Well that dog may not be the right dog. You just like this product may not be but this other services we offer would be ideal for you based on A. Through z of the things that you shared about so I can. That's where you see. The the superstar salespeople differentiate themselves from somebody. That's just saying well. I have to hit this quota of this or that and they just do it and it it it creates a you know a a negative experience for everybody involved when they face those types of equations. It's man are you. Are you helping the customer or are you peddling the product and it's really about asking the right questions and the discovery stage because it gives the salesperson you know the leverage they might need to be able to overcome objections at the end or help reassure them then to sign on the dotted line if the if that's the right thing for them and it's really important then t because as a business owner myself sometimes? You're you're so immersed in it you know in your day to day business aware that you can't see the forest for the trees and so it's very helpful than they actually. Have somebody come in from the outside to look at things through a different Lens who who's not emotionally tied to the decisions that you make and you know so so deep into it as you are than to offer then you a piece of advice with another set of eyes and that's really. What a good salesperson did you should be doing for their for their clients at this moment in time. Where do you see sales in sales professionals going in the next? Let's say ten to twenty years and I say that with with a and other things that are available I mean there are opportunities. I think for some organizations and as much as I like a and I had Michael Gale from Forbes. Saw Not too long ago. We talked about the exciting advantages that provides but there's also a cost involved with that in sales is a relationship experience. And that's how I go into those types of discussions whether I'm purchasing something or I want someone to work with me for some reason and I'm concerned about it. But where do you see things going in the next ten to twenty years when it comes to the sales profession as a whole and and you know people will will be looking for you know in the next couple of decades? You were already headed in that direction. In the fact that the salesperson just can't know their product and show up and be the product expert on what they're selling because the customer doesn't need you for that they can google that they can ask other people on social media. They can they. They don't need you for that. They they can figure that part out even to some extent all the way down to the pricing. So what they need to do though is to be able to look at their unique situation or the challenges in and be able to tell. Can you help them solve a problem or achieve a goal using your product because your product is not a solution..
"lee smith" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Are back with my friend or put invest good journalist Lee Smith follow him at Lee Smith the DC elite another thing that people do not adequately understand which the mainstream media will never explained to them is if if you were investigating people in America there are different ways to do it you can have an administrative investigation you can have a criminal investigation all you can do a classified counter intelligence investigation why did the Obama administration choose to use a counter intelligence investigation against a man running for political office school Donald Trump yeah I mean well that first of all they wanted to be able to spy on him and a counterintelligence investigation awards awards you many different ways to have someone under surveillance of this was the key thing I may have to so much latitude I was out of the file with its electronic right to sets human assets absolutely right which appears to be as significant part on mom trump right the anti trump operation it's important for people understanding is again at the we need as much clarity on this is possible the way that I think it's best for people understand it as if they want to think about Watergate what we had here as we had active F. B. I. agents breaking into the trump campaign that was the purpose of this fire is a warrant to be able to find emails and find in phone calls different things different pieces of dirt that would hurt the trump can't that would hurt the trump campaign as you and I think we discussed before the marvelous irony as it turns out is that they weren't able to find anything anything right meaning that Donald Trump is perhaps the cleanest candidate in America has to let's stop here for a second yeah this operation crossfire hurricane run is potentially the biggest counterintelligence operation because it involved this unprecedented CIA FBI NSA on the conus on domestic U. S. salt and abroad in the U. K. potentially in Italy and Australia never seen before if you compare that to a bunch of hired hands breaking in run DMC office right and then they cover up politically off to its its its its income parable this is right this is why I mean the the title of the book is real right you know it's not just a cell that let's just say the plot against the president it was a plot and it's not over is it and it is the biggest political scandal in our history right now it's not over this is what they've rolled into the Ukraine operation these people have been determined since day one to undo an election but what we are talking about before even before the election to spy on the trump campaign they put this under a counterintelligence investigation to spy on them and also to hide it yes right that was the whole point of making it using classified intelligence classified counterintelligence investigation going into a secret FISA court to get this warrant the confidential human sources all of these things they were able to hide under classifications it's a terrible thing these things are supposed to be used to protect American citizens from terrorism and dangerous foreign actors instead they were use these programs were used to spy on Americans but not only to they not only chose a counterintelligence investigation to hide what what what they were doing in terms of political espionage for political purposes but also to leak what they found to the press grey yes absolutely and they were can they were on one hand concealing what they were doing on the other hand they were able to feed the press three different players bits of information that would not only hurt the trump campaign in the press but that they could further stick into a feedback loop to get more doors off this fine exactly to tell you get another five more spot install paper again so you leak stuff from the FBI the CI a to The Washington Post so you can use the article in The Washington Post and quotit in the next five so what it is insane with talking to the old but of the plot against the president Lee Smith I'm Sebastian Bach of this is America first on the Salem radio network broadcasting for the re factor dot com studios five Sebastian will perform a strategy for the president this.
"lee smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The book by Lee Smith one of the best selling books in the United States at this time is up but Dennis Prager dot com the plot thickens the president the Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain free studio I don't know anybody who likes being locked into a contract or who likes excessive fees so I'm very happy to have will curry the chief strategy officer at your talk USA here with me well my listeners have been hearing about your company and how easy it is to switch to your talk USA and save up to fifty percent and that's the truth folks the savings are remarkable on their monthly cellular service thousands of made the switch already what makes your talk USA so different from other wireless carriers straightforward no contract wireless service that offers the same great coverage at half the price is the other Kerry our network is so great it covers ninety nine percent of all Americans and we're so confident that you're going to love your talk USA we offer a first month risk free guarantee yeah that's a great idea folks tried out for a month it's it's a big deal your talk USA CEO and chairman is a U. S. veteran with thirty years telecom experience and your talk to superior customer service is based here in the USA so well tell me about the savings absolutely our plants started twenty dollars a month and include unlimited talking to your plan just depends on how much data you need to use that makes perfect sense starts at twenty dollars a month folks how is pure talk able to charge so much less than what people are used to paying we don't have a lot of the same expenses the other carriers that we don't operate retail store so we're able to.
"lee smith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Of America Lee Smith Harold Baines selected for enshrinement by the today's game era committee the big name this year at Mull Mariano Rivera ESPN's buster only with a look back at the career of the greatest closer in the history of baseball the first ever player to be elected to the baseball hall of fame on a hundred percent of the ballots Mariano Rivera was the Yankees primary set up in the run to the nineteen ninety six World Series before becoming a closer to the nineteen ninety seven season he capped the dominant nineteen ninety eight season when the Yankees won a hundred twenty five games and swept the Padres in the world fast ball one for the third approaches has it does it and the New York have won the nineteen ninety eight World Series four games to none a clean sweep of the San Diego Padres and they gather in this room near the first base line on the infield jumping atop one another and they are celebrating here in San Diego the Yankees won five World Series in his career and he was the nineteen ninety nine World Series MVP and the two thousand three American League Championship Series and in a hundred and forty one innings in the post season he allowed just two home runs he's forty two postseason saves or the most all time Bradley to second eighteen he also became the all time saves leader two thousand eleven six on his way to six hundred and fifty two career saves Rivera had fifteen straight seasons of twenty or more most all time and fifteen seasons with thirty more scenes yes also the most all time but the most amazing statistic for the righty from Panama is is zero point seven post season think about this war men have walked on the moon that scored in the post season Rivera's former teammate mark Teixeira you really can't have a debate on the greatest closer of all there is no discussion and I think that just that elevates mode to a different level and and we appreciate that ESPN's buster only like Rivera the late Roy Halladay gains induction Sunday in his first year of eligibility we hear now from ESPN's Jeff Hanson all right handed work course the late Roy Halladay is a first ballot hall of Famer after by the Toronto Blue Jays in nineteen ninety five the man called doc paved a rocky road to stardom his former manager Buck Martinez in two thousand and one in spring training was struggling and mark.
"lee smith" Discussed on AP News
"Your Lee Smith on the today show booze fifty five and that's our birthday round up for July third I'm Bob Kessler Woody Allen is getting ready to make his the scholar debuted directing Puccini's comic one act opera G. on the ski key Allen was greeted with applause as he arrived at the press conference ahead of the weekend premia the prolific eighty three year old director has been shunned by growing segment of the Hollywood film industry but is acceptance in Europe appears largely untouched by allegations of misconduct they've been revisited in the wake of the me too movement in the U. S. Amazon studios has terminated an agreement to distribute his latest film a rainy day in New York which will be released in the full in Italy and Spain Allen says his work resonates with the Europeans this year's Athens festival in New Orleans is celebrating twenty five years of bringing African American women of all ages together for thought provoking conversation and musical performances the fast which was launched to mark the twenty fifth anniversary of black owned essence magazine has become a yearly celebration to highlight excellence in business fashion entertainment and music Mary J. Blige who's scheduled to take the main stage Saturday at the Superdome says this year's a milestone that feels great it also marked twenty five years since her album my life came out the Reverend al Sharpton says the festival has become the central meeting place for black people black women specifically it runs July fifth through the seventh Hey radio news I'm Jackie Quinn immigration protests around the country today.
Chicago legends Harold Baines, Lee Smith make Hall of Fame
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Pennsylvania report to detail decades of sexual abuse by priests
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Should Dale Murphy be in the hall of fame?
"Straight. Talk brought to you by straight talk wireless, best phones, best networks, no contracts. So I'll said, so the guest we're efforting is right Thompson, who has a phenomenal piece in ESPN the magazine this week about Dale Murphy and how there's this whole generation, particularly in the southeast who believes domer- for should be in the hall of fame. The baseball hall of fame induction ceremony is Sunday. It'll be Jack Morris, Alan Trammell Vladimir Guerrero who mentioned earlier who would be wiffle ball player. Jim Thome who'd had a can o Jim Thome e who should be on everyone's all time. Looks like you should be on your softball league team Griffin, rip Chipper Jones. And Trevor Hoffman. And we're in the funny Marty when you get to certain age, it's like the guys you watch their entire career another. Yeah, it makes me feel really old. Like what those guys are going in. The hall of fame, right? Trevor Hoffman was the I was he liked the first real closer. I guess maybe Dennis Eckersley might have been the first real closer, but Hoffman was at the guy that I remember that came in and just therm nothing but smoke. Yeah, and but then like got crafty and he's of the group. He's probably the most is numbers are crazy, but of the group. He's the one that people seem to have the most reservations about, but he was there man like there was who else were the lease? Myth lease myth hall of fame, John rocker, John rocker. John rocker lasted a second, wasn't he closer though? He was starter was who's closer goose Gossage hit Googlers. Goose was the first goose was the first one of my life that was just was like just came. Just came in throwing smoke and. Yeah, but those closers were the best, but then but then you had the guys that were like great and then weren't so great. Like Bruce, Bruce suitor closer, Billy Wagner. Billy Wagner was the man son? Yeah, Billy Wagner grew up near me. He's from tazewell Virginia. Went to Fareham college. The little teeny, tiny Fareham college, of course, Moran Rivera, but goose was the one hour reduces the one that came along and I thought and then other ones, though there's some other ones that are scaping me right now that. When unique personalities when we look like maybe not kids. But as we were getting on towards high school college, they were some guys, I'll think of it as we go. I'm still working on joslin. Trying to think. Francisco rodriguez. I mean lease myth, I love Lee Smith lease. Myth is a really good call man. He's tall. Yeah, right. Eckersley was the guy probably though. Yeah, see. I'm so old armor when he was was a decent starter, but. Why didn't he? Yeah, you break. I want to Braise about small malts basically two different careers, which is wise in the hall of fame so. So bring up del Murphy because of the peace right Thompson road and full disclosure, I'm sitting in my office right now with a framed portrait of del Murphy, like standing in front of the American flag, holding his golden glove. And so, yeah, if you grew up in the part of the world we did and this is the super station era. And I, I knew so much about the cubs and the Braves, both because you watch them on television every day. You watch cubs in the morning. Watch brazen night. I went to a cubs cubs Braves game one time with the church youth groups that with girl, and I thought she would be impressed at my overwhelming knowledge of both teams and all scare. I mean, because if you watch both of those teams every single day all summer long, you know, every summer of youth it became will you know when Rafael Ramirez the plate and I'm going well, you know, he really struggles on so. And so or about Bob Horner. Yeah. Bob Horner, Jeff, Treadway Jeff Treadway. Wow. Cam Zane Smith?.