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"Get started with. I think this person or this story broke during the summer. it's kinda hard to tell now with the pandemic. what time is like but one other prominent ones that i remember seeing that wino- was flooding. Our timeline was the story of jessica. Craig aka or formerly known as jess la. Barletta cringe already awesome early known formerly known best. I'm about that. Let's get started. Let's talk about her. Yes so this woman has allegedly and apparently apparently been taking on different like black and afro sport identities throughout her life. She's an a professor or was a professor and academic where george washington university and university teaching. You know black studies are afrikaner studies and publishing books but at some point she were shifting from being in a north african to being african american and then being afro latin next sand after boaty gua was i think the final landing place for her her official forum her final warm so jessica. Krog just aka justifiable maleta hers combination of black fishing and being a fake tina at the same time and She got called out basically rightfully so rightfully so by a group of professors who are after latina's who had issues with her they were witness to or on the receiving end of like aggression from her and like prejudice and bad behavior while she was masquerading as after let nine different contexts. Apparently being super like belligerent towards black women in my on cool and really I think overcompensating and so trying to be an ex sorted extreme caricature of like this south bronx like her. Allegedly her mother was like a drug addicts prostitutes like this narrative that should created about herself so black women in the academy you know began talking about these different experiences and came forward and said This is not right. Yeah she was definitely performing like whoa kness being extreme radical like it was very performative. She was a published academic author and she also received a ton of accolades rice. She received she was a finalist. For the twenty twenty frederick douglass prize book prize presented by yale's gilder lehrman center the study of slavery resistance and abolition. She also was nominated or a finalist for the twenty thousand nine. Harriet tubman book prize and just received a ton of accolades has really been propelled or was propelled forward and questionably hired because of not solely for her identity. But because of the work she was doing and also the way. She positioned herself as offer latino or body gua and it's very cringe to think about all of the opportunities she stole from actual author. Latinas boras caribbean women. That are doing if not the same work or better work you know. And so it's that was probably one of the first ones that we saw. And then i think it kind of just opened up the floodgates for a lot of others than i don't know about you ma. But in my chicano studies department at uc santa barbara. There were a couple of fake denies that i will not name. They were not. They weren't anyone that i took like. I didn't take any classes with them but they were around. People talked about them. People knew like this person is very white claims this this cheek. Ghana mohican identity. You know is wide. Skin blue is performing she gun. You know some kind of ghana identity wearing that. I had because with the free that carlo ecstatic the whole thing right and it's like you like i they weren't. They were my peers. I was a student right. But i have friends that were graduate students. And they would tell me about these. Things happen. And in their cohort or in their in their seminars. And so you know. I think if if you've been in academia right. I haven't been to grad school. But i was an undergrad but i've i've definitely seen the fake tina's around so they definitely exists and i think this one opened the floodgates for a ton of
"lehrman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
"Be. I like that. I like that a and I'm just gonNA take guests okay. It's just the step but in a lover of dogs and the heaven that new picture it to be. And I've heard a long time ago that all dogs go to heaven. I'm imagining your heaven would consist of dogs. I'll definitely have tons of dogs. That is awesome. See some family members to of course. Of course yeah. Yeah I think I think we all would I for sure definitely would and I'd sprinkle some dogs around too I. I will always be surrounded by dogs. Awesome fantastic so for the listeners to get direct links to Heather's website and for picking up her book on Amazon Dot Com. Check out our show notes which can be downloaded from apple podcasts spotify the roads rediscovery dot com and bore heather. Thank you so so so much for coming on the show. It was great having you here. Thank you so much. Oh my pleasure my pleasure and thanks to all of you for tuning in and listening. I invite you to subscribe via Apple podcasts. If you haven't done so yet and feel free to leave a rating and short review. Guess what we're all roadies on this journey of life and it sure feels good having you on the road with me. Thanks again for listening everyone. We'll chat again soup..
"lehrman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
"I can't even think right now but basically at the end of that. Listen that's what they always shout out when I say okay. So what's the biggest thing you learned today? And they yellow be nice to everyone. Never leave anyone out and that's the message of my book. That is wonderful. That is wonderful and the children. You know as I know it's cliche. But they are our future right and there is so much going on in the news today with. Just people disrespected each other mistreating each other whether it's a domestic abuse or just strangers having fights due to road rage and all this you know and I think I mean you're giving our future the recipe for making the world a better place intriguing. Each other with love and respect As the generations. Progress here on this earth so I can't thank you enough for that investment in the future in spite of the devastating Incident that happened as a result. You know you've turned it around in a big way just as I mentioned when I When I introduced you So here's my question. I can you talk to us about your ongoing initiatives with Herbie and Smith. She's What what are some of those initiatives that you wanna you really WanNa take this to the next level to champion your message and making the world a better place. Yes absolutely so anyone who looks on at my looks for my book bullied at the Dog Park. You could either see it on Amazon or bullied at the Dog Park Dot Com. But anyone who just takes a quick peek will see that the characters come alive and they look like a cartoon already and that's been my dream for the last two years. I've been working on pitching a series. Where EVERY EPISODE? The kids will learn a valuable life lesson and at the end. Herbie will come out and say recap what happened so belated the dog park would be the pilot episode. Obviously growing and and other episodes would be written. But it's really tough. You know you have to get picked up by a network or a production animations very very expensive so I took a lot of my savings and I worked on making my own animated short film and if anyone wants to see just a cute little to D- trailer clip. It's on my website bullied at the dog park where they can see them come alive in a cartoon and I have a seven minute short film. That's been accepted into three children's film festivals already and it just won a bunch of awards at one in September and I was so proud and so happy because I put so much work into it. I was the executive producer. I was voice. Overplaying mommy I I had to work with the animator on a daily basis. The other actor voiceover is you know I put it all together. Blood sweat and tears and all my money and now my dream is that it does end up being a series and it's on every TV screen because it could be. I just picture being an every Saturday morning. Cartoon that the kids watch with their family like I. Did you know growing up watching cartoons on Saturday morning? I know these days it's different. It's twenty four seven and they're on every tablet but just that I just want it to be out there where it could be a weekly series and every week. They learned something and again. This is for preschool and kindergarten age mostly running hindrance can learn from it too. Oh for sure yeah. Appearance can learn from it too. And that's an account of segues and I said this before but it Kinda ways to my next question for sure. It's a tremendous message and this is through man's best friend right as a to be since the beginning of time to me. That's part of the beauty. Also you know I know in my heart of hearts that our listeners. Who ARE PARENTS OUT? There can certainly use your book not only for guiding their children but also to connect with them right. I mean in the world of tablets and mobile devices and and streaming TV. And all this stuff. It's so easy to put a child in front of one of those devices and say here you sit with this and I'm going to go cook dinner or vacuum the living room or something like that you know but but but in an effort to to connect with them at at at the deepest level rate Just by look and feel and being next to each other reading the book talking about it. the connection right there. I see this book as a tremendous vehicle for making that happen. So how can our listeners? I know you mentioned Amazon and bullied at the Dog Park Dot Com. But is there any other way that Our listeners can can can read an excerpt from your book or follow your or follow you on your journey absolutely. I mean everything's on my website and I go there. I you could purchase the book on Amazon too but it just shows you the front cover and the back cover which is great. The back cover has a synopsis of the whole book. But Luca if you just go to bullied at the Dog Park Dot com you'll see testimonials from teachers and parents and that I think is the most important thing for for anyone who wants to buy the book to read coming from somebody who made a difference in their lives already and I had some great testimonials on on their from parents that they couldn't believe after reading the book that their children started the the child opened up about what bullying that happens with among her and her friends and she said I never thought by just getting another. I thought it would be another children's book but it was read four five times and this is a woman who does a huge mom blog and the fact that it went out on that log. I was thrilled. Because that's what I wanted that I wanted to hear that an when I saw that review right well testimony will come back. I was so happy because that's exactly what I wanted to hear that she literally used the words I use. It opened up the lines of communications between me and my kids I. I honestly didn't know that it would have such an impact. That book really does open up. Communications I mean for sure they connect. Yeah I mean it could be one little thing that one character says at will chip the child's mind about something that happened then that's very relative. It's I love it. I love because when I I love reading it to groups teachers all the teachers out there. You have to buy the book. I'm not saying it like for sales saying it. News every teacher. I know the book to read to that classroom because they and they'll reread it to their classroom a lot and my book. My Book is pretty much. Has it made it across the country you know? People purchased it in California all dates but my other goal. Besides having the film the cartoon picked up is that the book is in every elementary school across America. Because I really believe it should be in every elementary school. Even if it's in the school library and teachers for the grade levels that they think it should be read to grab the buck and. I just wanted to say that to that. I made the book a Very Sturdy. Beautiful hard covered book. People just don't do anymore. It's PR- it's it's much more expensive to print a book that way. So ninety nine percent will say soft cover and to me. That's not a children's book. My Love the feel and the sturdiness. And it's going to sit in the bookshelf for years and you'll look back. Ten years later at the buck will still be beautiful because it so beautifully made. I see what you're saying so it speaks to the authenticity and in how genuine the book is just like just like back in the day. Right when Again before the Internet before multimedia in social networks when people read books and books they had they were massive and they they had substance to them. The cover you can tell was cover. It wasn't only slightly thicker than the pages it was. It had mass in substance to it where it will last right and so yeah and and and that to me that just that just speaks to The nostalgia of how we remember books to be. And you're bringing it to a current book. Today that is that is amazing. Yeah and I have to tell you that. Just going back quickly. I did this big meeting with a bunch of kids networks last year and I just read my book around. I was pitching the series. You're not really. You can't really pitch the book because unless you're a top top selling author like on the bestselling list than I'm GonNa napped anything from a book. But they all grab the book from my hand because they just happen to be looking for that young age crew and I'm still fingers across. I'm still waiting on view. That seemed very very interested. Might actually got an an amazing email. Today I don't want to jinx it but I got an email today that I'm going to have a call with PBS in a few weeks so exciting heather. Yes but you can never 'cause you know it's hard to be excited because it's just the first call but when they saw the book last year at this screening this summit they grab the book they loved in because it's it is PBS. It's exactly he beat Educational yes so. I'm I just. I had a really good feeling about them last year and I apologize for not really getting back to me and white took so long and they said absolutely. We're GONNA set a goal right now with you. 'cause the same summit's going on in Florida again Roy. In a week and they said the week after we come back and and they literally set the skype call up so it's just a great stat but people say be realistic because it could take years in bubble up but I just feel very positive. Everyone give me positive vibes and send them. My way has this. This is my dream. Well from the roads rediscovery. I will tell you right now heather. We are sending positive vibes. Your way they're coming to you in waves okay. I feel really good about this and sure it could be a long process but you know what the longest journey starts with a single step right. Yes absolutely yeah. Yeah it truly does. And so For THE LISTENERS. Out THERE LOOK. I know your parents and I know some of your teachers. You have to pick this book up and share it with your children. Share it with your students. There is a tremendous message behind it. We hear so much about children growing up either disrespecting their elders or Maybe disrespecting each other you know mistreating each other And we want to really really leave this world. In such a way that our children have the proper mindset to treat each other with love and respect and that really will help the world become a better place. at the most elemental level. It's really easy as just sharing a story like this with them so I urge teachers. Parents look out for this book. Go on Amazon. We will have information with direct links in the show notes of this episode of how to acquire. Heather's book Heather Man. I have really really enjoyed this conversation with you. I've learned some stuff about Boston. Terriers and smush faces And and and I just I appreciate your spirit..
"lehrman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
"You know. It's funny because I was just thinking about it as you were saying that unlike rate that they did that with you but they they I guess it was? I don't know it wasn't that I'm losing the word here. But it wasn't that apparent like that they were just straight out saying. Listen this is. I think it's a little different because we grew up across the street from our elementary school and kindergarten. So okay I don't think that they were so concerned you know because it was like bright across the street crocheted Gotcha nate and all our friends lived literally on on our block and everyone knew each other's parents so it wasn't it was a little different but it was funny because I got more advice when I got older. Not Not really as it could what what to beware of them. What's going to happen? I don't think things would different with me but it was more when I got older that I would get some pretty funny advice. I think I mentioned to you. I did some standup comedy and part of my not to get off track here but part of one of my once was about you know my dad gave me some really strange advice growing up like you know you better get a job and make sure your bosses male. Make sure you interview with the mail. Because he was old school like that Mel would hire me over a female meaning cosby. Mel's would be jealous or or this or that or not one so and makes sure because you're GONNA lose your looks thirty. Make sure you get a great. Because you're going to lose your locks on Mike thanks. Dad Ain't that. Oh man okay. I guess that's a lesson in how to operate outside the door my adulthood right my past thirty and eat felt bad saying that because he's like all right. I guess you know and I guess I'm his different his day because thirty you all kids you know like totally different so yeah you look back then. I guess at thirty and now when ill thirty so it's a big time difference. Yeah it's a different world and it was. It was another generation at that time and my father and mother pretty old school as well when it came to that age of thirty for sure Hey let's get back to Herbie Now hold is Herbie. He is turning nine next week. January thirty first and for yes. He's been with me since he's nine weeks and he's going to be nine years so it's been a nine years together very nice. Very nice so Growing up was your family. A dog family and to Gas. Is that where your love of dogs stems from? Yeah we had. Dogs are whole lights. We always say also they were always rescue dogs and Kirby's Only dog because I don't well you know what your show sentimental so this is something. I never even told you so. My father actually passed away in two thousand eleven and when he was bank you. He was sick for a long time but when he was at the ending stage. I didn't have I wasn't married and I didn't have you know I didn't know if I was going to end up having a son but I said but that even if I do I I'm sorry but I'm not going to name him Herbert. I just don't want that name even if I have a son but I'm GONNA definitely get a dog named Herbie because it's adorable and he just looked up at me with the biggest smile on his face and said you would do that. I said of course I will so. I knew that I wanted to Boston terrier and I was going to name him Herbie so we had a boy the boy so Herbie's named after my dad. Oh that is so sweet that is that's a tear jerker other. Yeah you got me. I mean for a couple of reasons number one You know I lost my father in two thousand six and he was sick two and then number two just the naming your dog after your father. You know there's there's a there's a true heartfelt sentimental reason for you know for for for giving that name to to another you know to another living living thing that that that you love so much you know so yeah yeah. Hey got me on that one. I not my dad knows about him. I know that he see that I. I know that he sees us. You know I just know he knows about him. I just I've always felt it then and I also did say though that in the same sentence so I'll make you laugh a little. I said yes. Of course I will and I said but but promise me two things you're GonNa send me my husband and you're going to send me the lotto numbers and he goes united. He goes can I do that I go. Yeah of course you can so he did. Send me my husband. But I'm still waiting to the Lotto numbers still waiting for the lot. Of course that is hilarious. I can do that. Well look I mean you know first off one attitudes ban and if you got one then definitely number two's coming. I hope so. That is hilarious. I love it I love it and and and you know I'm a dog lover and I had two dogs. I lost my girl dog March of last year. She was fifteen my boy. Doug I I still have. He's not now and And so it's you know he's he's he's healthy but Really paying attention to You know like hip dysplasia and all that good stuff. What kind of dog He's a mix between a rottweiler. And a chow okay. That's a cool. Mix Yeah his name is Tyson and And he's a beautiful dog and of course you know any dog owner talking about their dog's going to say that but I I can imagine the 'cause that's why said it's a cool mix. I could imagine I wanna see a photo so you'll have to send me one. Are you can count on me. Sending you a photo of Mike Tyson. Yeah he is is extraordinary now and I'm familiar with some breeds but quite honestly I have to say. I'm not too familiar with Boston. Terriers but Our Boston terriers. And let's say smush face reads in general of Friendly and social dogs. Yeah absolutely. He's very playful very assertive. So if you look up but Boston terriers are black and white normally but they can be Brown and white wren. It could be a black and white French bulldog and people will have asked me a million times. Is he a friend? He's a French bulldog right? Now is of Boston terrier but they they mix them up because if Frenchies could be all different colors. But they're black-and-white they could look exactly like the Boston terrier and they both snort they both snort and I didn't know snorting was like one of the characteristics. Listen per second okay. Now that I want him to do it he stopped like what's going on Yeah he snorts hundred pound truck driver. I call three hundred pounds. I love it. That's a great vivid description for sure. Boston terriers so don't realize it until they are aware of it but every commercial with dogs has a Boston terrier in it really and they use them for a reason because they attract the I the you'll notice now you're gonNA notice in commercials any commercial. There's always a Boston terrier so it's because they're so assertive and smart that they could be on TV and learn how to do things easily. And because there you just a unique looking breed catches the eye so I always say you know bias but I'm really not because my Boston happens to be so cute like he just has such a cute face. Some Boston's obey box like box looking round headed and people really don't they think sometimes is he a. Pug is a French bulldog. They don't get it right away that he's a Boston but any Boston. Terry IC- anywhere if I'm walking around the streets of Manhattan or where. I live ice. Then I'll stop my car. Get out because it's like there. The special breed and my friend had one that I got really close to while my dad was passing away so I said I'm getting one and it was the only dog rescue. That wasn't a rescue dog from. But I said you know what I think we definitely. We'd grew up rescuing dogs. Plenty of them so all the people that and of course. I'm one of them now. That still will stay. Rescue a dog overbuying dog from her. Never a pet store. Don't ever ever buy dog from a pet store. I mean her from a breeder Herbie specific reason. And now you know why I know and also because my dad had a beetle when we were growing up and the Volkswagen beetle came back. You know what Kirby the beetle right so Herbie the love the love bug. Yeah so my dad loved that show. That was actually a real show and then it became a Lindsay Lohan movie years later but now I remember when it was original original. I think it was a Disney movie. But yeah yeah so Herbie. The love bug is his real like he's Herbie the love bug and so it went. It went with the car and the dog for my dad. No well in that case that makes perfect sense absolutely. Yeah I see I see the tie in at every level right from your father to the vehicle To your dog it all ties together. So it's it's so purposeful that is that is that that is amazing Heather so the book you shared with children You've asked children to just in a quick review of the story who's the bully and and how should it be like re Received by the person being bullied or my the dog being bullied and an and you've covered so much and went as far as to bring Herbie to meet the children. Now you share video with him so I'm sure you are impacting. So many young lives in how they should treat others out there that code world and how to respond if they're mistreated you know back lay and an ideal separately from the book if I do do a school assembly. I do a little bullying lesson where I have my sheet that I really drill into them and I put it up on the screen to and basically I just took the word bullying and spelt it out going. You know downward like beef. Yeah vertically and next the B. B. Nice to everyone next to the you know up stander you have to stand up of your friends. If they can't do it themselves you know or go. Help them get someone to help. You know there's a lot of kids that feel bullied. That don't tell anybody ran if you're friends with a kid if you're friends with someone that you know even an adult you have to be an up stander you. If you can't if you can't stand up themselves you have to do it for them. You know and then the ells for.
"lehrman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
"And of course pay it forward to uplift others who are struggling. It's a new year and I am so thrilled to keep this journey going on with each and every one of you I have a question. Have you ever planned something an appointment? And event whatever doesn't matter and it's nothing spectacular in fact it's quite routine but during this event an incident occurs of devastating proportions that becomes a pivotal and transformational point in your life. Well this happened to my special guest and the way. She's responded is a genuine testament to her character. Heart and compassion for others in this world. She's an actress a writer and producer. She's produced her first Internet. Tv show hanging out with Heather and author of the book bullied at the dog. Park a story with a compelling message that applies on many levels of society coming out from the Big Apple. It gives me great pleasure to introduce heather. Lehrman heather welcome. It's so nice to have.
"lehrman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
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"lehrman" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast
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"lehrman" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
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"lehrman" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service
"If your girl doesn't trust? You don't like you being around other girls. Wait pay as he worked with a bunch of women, though, GO until you back. You ain't gotta take no way to work. The buses. I'm not an Uber. He needs to show where his loyalty lies. So no rights at work. Fisher is all types of ways for her to get to work while you gotta be. Yeah. Yeah. Coworkers, right? But if she lives next door, she's like every woman like it's a respect issue, and she'd feels disrespected by him going out of the way for the woman that he should show her where his loyalty. Insecure. Doesn't mean that he's fucking everybody in the call center. Sure. But if. About it. And he's worried about her filling the way they may be he should turn security. I get what you saying that he said if I do try to take over to. You get older for the female friends. Komo's the way before. Was it ever an issue? Did they? Like they like me like that. They came on the get you vegan. They can. What about if say, you had a female friend that actually did hit on your maybe your head tempting, but charges Koon out would you tell your girl? Keshi not gonna trash it around. Why did you with somebody that you used to quit? Something you should. We know what I got. Number what if just coal and it didn't work out right coup? She. He lied to. Should you McGrew? Shemesh biggish it on you know, I did not. He meant like case. Okay. But what if it wasn't that bad any today relationship? It just didn't work out us too, busy, none around. But maybe she lived in a different. They just new league. Good. 'cause I think I'm giving you up somewhere. Giving some great answers today. Oh, good. This year. Take notes we see your halo, Shannon, Brighton. To get to this. Hey. Don't you feel like it took you because you know, you've my charter latte, obviously. Right. And you've gone through a lot of things are social media which women that we've seen play out by now, it looks like like Lehrman, listen, I guess model that you're going to propose. Gives you for this. Do that. India three song..
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"So view. laughing, they'll see it again. That is a Catholic is the most powerful gospel message. You earful planes in this church. The theme for my sweetie. Renew restore, rejoice review, restored, rejoice because that is the theme our capital campaign. And so I was kind of Hamburg repair. Now we preach about sacrifice and reach about, you know, the reason why we're gonna capital campaign and that you know, this ain't job as three, three year old, eight job. You know, when the church open when I I, you know, steps and sat said of of the carpet. We've had for thirty three years and the fabric of use of the fabric in the sound system is failing in the lights don't work. And when he said that lasts twice went out because my daughter had x.. In my favorite. Then. When the newsroom the gravy report and in all of them and all the news then about the cardinal McCarrick scandal, I threw it out. In threw it out is because they're at that point reading through the grand jury report in the city. You know, all the news rounding again need on the sexual abuse them in the church and the betrayal of the leaders of the church. I was still painter. Now, you know, sense of betrayal. That was a sense of sadness in oldest bear. So Wednesday, Thursday, Friday really taught the. The. Pointer. Reach. Then the reality of it was it was kind of feel the same way. All I'm feeling this way. Then pumper centurions. You're feeling the same way. A church. What do we do when we hear this Riddick news about the shepherds who were supposed to be leading us in our theme, do these terrible things. A capital campaign talking about sacrifice, talking about money buildings. I think that assigning talk about what's going on and where do we go from here? In the reality is. Degree injury report, I guess. So it's for granary there was a granary or kind of investigating seventy years of ongoing sexual abuse scandal in dicey Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh area. Dining. Well, nobody was ever taken to core, but that doesn't apply one somewhere. Three hundred and freeze. You know, caught up in this sexual abuse in over the course of the seventy year period. In the new cargo hearings who's apartment will get his feelings. And again, I'm not going to get into the details of and you can go and read on your one. And as I said, it is worth the things that these people be leaders in the church that we should. We should higher state or to have failed us completely. I was filled with ager trail to spare. Where did where we go for that you might meet yourself. I need Jesus, the wind, this church, maybe it's not going to get anywhere. But then keeps freer Friday late Friday that this is absolutely the place you need to be in a timely. This. I'll be one caveat and I'm not defending anything. But in that grade three or four when you get to the end of it, they stayed has been gone since the year. Two thousand two. So this is not a news CMS come out. It's just Newman. The news. It doesn't really matter, but there is something there is a line and the end of the tunnel of the church has amended his ways in extra things in place to protect the young and everyone else that the church is there to shower. So again, there weren't even find a new case after the year two thousand two. But when you read as they'll be how many do MS. I just got three years or dealing being myself into because now you feel like you're walking around the low. Who is a year that guy and in is. Is due in the reality of it is the church did not betray you.
"lehrman" Discussed on WTMA
"One environmental rules to apply lehrman so but they have to follow rules yeah what is this one area carved out what i don't know for the problem the campaign koekkoek here you know but that is such a problem it can be tackle you know alexis to told phil warned he warned that up and it up paraphrasing that we reach a point perhaps in a democracy with the people of basically surrender their independence they've surrender their ability to affect what happens in government and so forth and so on it happens over time but there but their their vigorous doled their their sharp misses is so and it it it and and and this is what we have i don't have anything to lead not okay ends up that said forget it i i i do not a lot of things that can be done and there's no reason why people who are here illegally should continue to receive subsidies they're just doesn't hurt they should be getting instead what i guess i don't think they should ever get subsidy the early going okay but i'm explaining do things i can be done but we won't be i hope they are all right thanks for your cook thanks for their i don't america around why should a shade a great debut m a i'll go thank you mark i wanna backup but you've been saying that think like you said right on the mark that's the role it opens they had well the barring i would they would you said and quote but a great thomas old with that this is a more oh prices and this country the current generations are points during the massive that i'm future generations including those not even born yet there's some more all issues i mean point the other part own say regarding immigration there's something you also mentioned and i agree with that they are making the left is making a mockery what it means to be a said upset i don't.
"lehrman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"To have protection a straight policies but regardless of whether or not that happens we're going to have oh strong us dollar especially and then lehrman where the federer reserve has already embark on a policy of tightening monetary policy and they tight monetary policy through a variety of action is not the least of which there's increasing short term interest rates now the federer reserve as total control over short term interest rates because they are they arbiter of the federal funds right they decide what the federal fun trait will be and when they increase the federal funds right that has the effect of restraining economic growth right now the federal funds rate is between one half with one percent and three quarters of one percent however the fed share has indicated that we will see increases in the federal funds rate not only in two thousand seventeen but possibly two thousand and thirteen and two thousand nineteen if the economy they level of growth and the economy support then creases and rates that is all what is referred to as the normal as a shin of interest rates and the normal as a should've interest rates as a really big deal when you're talking about coming from a rate of close to zero percent uneven today we're talking about a typical well the midpoint of the current federal funds reaches five eighth of one percent on to start goal information that is a very very low rate so we'll see how that plays out but for the time being greats remain very very low another announcement this week had to do with home value should and house prices have continued to gradually increase over the last year they rose six point one percent according to the f h at thirty six point one percent year over year a good part of that is that it helps people were underwater with their mortgage is get out from being underwater has the value of the property increases and at the same time remember house prices took a shellacking and the two thousand eight nine period and so this continues to represent recovery from that very very difficult period for the helsinki market so all of.
"lehrman" Discussed on KGAB
"We're talking in well we started talking a little bit about they're concerned for their office course their case slowed his says out of sight and we don't need any more cuts to the lehrman county district attorney's office which lotta send to another interesting topic which will lead us and to another interesting topic and we'll talk about that eluded a little bit and that is criminal justise three forum and i was wanted to get to the mr district attorney's some of his thoughts on that out because i think some of the says you said the criminal justice reform is being in billed as a cost savor but some of the repercussions behind the curtain are return we talk about saving money in the couple justice system we're talking about money that state hasta spin and on the there crush rationing or treatment for gonna supervision wall in preparation for role a sus the concert what would never talk about is the societal cost of saving on monday right reporting people who are about criminals back from a st other not rehabilitated because we haven't spent the money for we have to case in as or and they go back to commit for the crimes that was a subtle cost about you know sort so that's a bounce and those moves hesitate into consideration we're talking with these cost saving goals and just perform is are we looking at the total societal cost don't route well and and this leads me under kind of her rhetorical question you might have an answer for this but when you're talking about drug rehab which a lot of people's out of twos are it doesn't really work other real bit tayshaun measures which cost the state whatnot analysts talk about wyoming does the state really have the money to incorporate these programs in continue on with us in this budgetary in this budgetary budgetary downturn that weren't right now well and that's that's pretty broad question but was not a really was will back touched into drugs of okay um and and and there's there's notion that because the drug program didn't take the first time didn't work what least is that you know it with.
"lehrman" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"These aliens are trying to style america's humorous yeah you know he did they're trying to stop america from destroying the universe yeah because they know we're going to get so lehrman night yes we got houston is limited you see you're assumption of rid minds the universe it's really true and it's really vows and you noted that the movie and what is it you know separate from the edward films themselves it's a good message ed in this movie in the world this knowing we're not talking about the set man you know dynamic couch drinking too much i'm going to play the and the new goes yeah but the the idea of at surrounded himself with like minded people there were his friends that he got together and made stuff with and then they you know the in whatever you on plays and all go to a diner afterward and like reader views and then he be like when doesn't matter what the thinking they're all still there together and they're all going from one thing to the next and that's you know that's i think the beauty the beautiful part of like are an arts community is that you can create an entire world of your friends rica to make the stuff that interest your and your friends and and if other people like it that's that's great but of a doesn't it doesn't it doesn't matter because you you you have your scene now yeah and i think that that is up is a is a perfect way two choose to some that's up so i wanna i want to thank you for doing this i wanna get your plunge out that her forgotten america can be found on see so in america i'm so i know i know i said it's the same well i do this and they all the time in america generate is on the season platform on america with jon realities which is that you can watch the first that was the which you make an appearance and the boston episode it's on you to if you just once or to their very proud of the show it's you know.
"lehrman" Discussed on KGAB AM 650
"I'm lisa murphy with this lehrman kenny community college spotlight going to college is a big decision then can also be an expensive one and the cell triple see spotlight we'll talk to apparent of three kids about financially getting them through college going to eligible seeking cut the cost of going to college and when students take the time to apply for financial a then scholarships they can ease the burden to their parents wallets even more it would've been extremely challenging for me to help the three of them through you know our college career starting at a four year school and native middle class father of three kids that have been or are going to college my focus for federer often i'm doing they were able to pull into school but i think if i'm ran it in my kids they don't take it for granted according to college stated dot com he averaged cost of twitch in and fees to attend as an in state resident at a public college a year is nine thousand four hundred and ten dollars going to school little triple city is only one third that cost you're not going to occur all the stat issue world some other schools and you're still getting you know high quality first trade edge case in the on the price tag numerous financially opportunities are available to all students but the challenge is only a fraction apply freighter they'll triple seat and we try to tell students here then people yeah when the lottery was you know we're starting to get warriors he can get on your schein native florida nation bothering of trying to thrive really have to mike going through enough for me they put themselves throughs who really starters el triple see and they own their education nineties there's they don't without hathaway according in college these you know on him and then against a result of that start at onyx for a enter the c's night to alex gordon mccown hours transferred join us really don't you're not going in for all the stat two world some other schools in your still getting high quality first raiders occasion beyond the price tag numerous financially opportunities are available to all students but the challenge is only a fraction apply traded all triple seat and we try to tell students go them when the lottery was held start i.
"lehrman" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
"I can all focus lehrman there's an is i was a came in anyway it was a very cool they had special olympics event or they were raising money on the peer and they have different food booths around and try the different foods in everything and it was truly it was really delicious it was actually quite a me i should go fishing up that here as joke around i mean this is in high school means to joke around back then that nothing you know was was an of all right at three i'd fisher sound yeah exactly ever fishing off the malibu peer member of the malibu kinda the mouths a good fishing pair yeah that i found i coughing shot that peer actually i didn't i didn't and he finished it's been years i just in here and all of my dad's fishing stuff i'm thinking about maybe fishing again there'll be i in steward i have the fishing poll yeah yeah there's just something about finishing you know it's interesting it's just it's it's it's it so you know we'll know i know they couldn't do it now one no no years inside became a mother and dining too i'm a west like when no no no would now and now it's from its catcher release so you catch it in it's a sport do you think you are no i stayed in touch and then year and then you it is and then you're doing something kind of somebody caught me and i mean that would be okay like it for instance if one of you caught me in a me or if you want to you want to which is really hungry and then he decided that you need the right main right that's a good death all alright what you did the dead first not by our okay land it that was possible but if you guys had the you know stat me with your stealing not i was like an hotel california eight made sure yeah i mean i wanted to give your life so that somebody some of someone sustenance is actually kind of a cool that i will but in that case i wouldn't be on him you wouldn't be on a died try to lose we he'd be trying to plug yourself up so we have at least some good.
"lehrman" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
"I can all focus lehrman there isn't as i was a came in anyway it was set very cool they had special olympics event where they were raising money on the peer and they had different food booths around and try the different foods in everything and it was for the was really delicious it was actually quite a me i should go fishing up that here as joke around i mean this is in high school needs to joke around back down the nothing you know was was an of all right you get at three i'd fisher sound yeah exactly why member fishing up the malibu peer member of the malibu and the mouths a good fishing pair yeah that i found i coughing shot that peer actually i didn't i didn't and he finished it's been years i just inherited all of my dad's fishing stuff allow i'm thinking about maybe fishing again there'll be that was little and steward i have the fishing poll yeah yeah there's just something about fisher you know it's interesting it associates for it's it's it's you know well now i know they couldn't do it now one no no your defense like became a mother and dining to hammel rest like when the number would now and now it's from its catcher release so you catch it really is it it's a sport do you think you are no i think in touch and then year and then you is and then you're doing something kind of somebody caught me and i mean that would be okay i like it for instance if one of you caught me in a me or if you want to you want to which is really hungry and then he decided that you need the thing right me right that's a good bethel onto the dead first not by are okay mine if that was possible but if you guys had the you know stat me with your stealing not i was like an hotel california eight made sure i mean i wanted to give your life so that somebody some of someone sustenance is actually kind of a cool.
"lehrman" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"To know you this a have about eyes as what is that and there's have down from skates away from our matt lehrman some go so is the plan you've been hiding this whole time asking someone else for their plan no but when i do come up with a plan that i like ended perhaps agrees with might or maybe doesn't i made a lot of what the generals come back with i will continue have your own play i have a plan but i want to be i don't want luck i have a very substantial chance of winning make america great again when a make america great again with that get him going howard is moves on plugs him go it's i'm and murphy thing was to say you know ok you know you have to give me every game job of getting the basic twenty of tying about you know what he's thinking you know what he should do about level that was a lot of what i wish it s going back but he de hurt you know the the interesting thing to me about this campaign and and you know in the past everybody gets all have took over debates and we write articles before debates during the bait that to debate you don't make much difference be perfectly honest we like to think they do the right thing you know the than palmer's don't change this year this could be different because these kinds yeah things of late i will go out as long as we go moderate or his willing to press the right i think we will announced or hole will be certain is an haven't last night here we peter fan i'm trying to make some sense of this whole only sixteen the suggestion its fifth pick the five that can catch the entire show listened to bp in three where we turn three hours and three minutes find it every day at bp show on twitter already built price show dot com you have to radio only smarter this is albuquerque is progressive talking am thirteen fifty well on that this is control checking and he had sat in your berlei overnight well we control and aboard and i think you got out due out one event like you said you were bored as the permanent control argue about the travel.
"lehrman" Discussed on KABC TalkRadio 790
"I tonight i'm actually perform in my six thousand five hundred and thirty first concert and we've actually got back in how did all my soccer option might pool parties thirty zero he parties weaknesses my six thousand five hundred and thirty first catcher tonight and i am wait to get that gibson bird lehrman jammed the saw mike guys a serious is the number again six thousand five hundred and thirty wore on no then suele hudon bull when i'm in what did you can totaled those did we went back i had all my to books who went back to the book in agencies night went back to my number to remember i've been allegiance over my entire life so my brain actually works five i went back encountered a month to go back to that is the worst thing is it would be like most people say you love unclean it's over for whatever amount of time for ted never nuff than ever is just that pure crazy to nugent energy you've got mad well i you know i think we can all agree that you don't want to mess with dangerous saying that with the troubles alcohol tobacco dip that girlfriend look you know you the make i got to know statistically i got a lot of notes detail here okay a whole lot asset hole on my head with no my head you know yeah he had not good correa bases drew falls did you're right here doesn't work or you're left your doesn't one of your years not work my last year's pretty wonder but i've you know it jonathan i was like a pioneer as i was like lewis clark if you way of electric guitar five literally was playing so loud beckman nineteen fifty the sixties it up hurt my right ear when i get that backpedal close to the speakers a gifted feedback so i started put not my drummer local a quick cigarettes my lady year and then of course i graduated to reel your protection of my right here so i always worn protection amar great year but the twin landed a small arms fire for the last sixty years and the rock and roll my last year's pretty winded but i can still talk to a piece of twenty six i got to say i thought i was going to has likewise isn't single what what what cause more damage the gun fire the high hand caliber the large caliber him guns.