38 Burst results for "Maria"

Fresh update on "maria" discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

01:05 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "maria" discussed on Revolutions

"Believed to his very last breath that his present condition of exile was exactly like the exile he had endured before 1917. That eventually his story would end with a triumphant return to Russia, where he would reclaim the mantle as Lenin's heir. But that is not how the story of Trotsky ends. It ends instead with an ice axe to the back of the head, on August 21st, 1940. The Russian Revolution was over. Stalin had won. Over the course of the great purge from 1936 to 1938, the total estimate of arrested was somewhere between 1.5 and 2.5 million people. The gulags now burst with prisoners, who were put to work as de facto slaves, and the Soviet Union's ongoing projects of industrialization and modernization. The total executions were somewhere in the neighborhood of 700,000 give or take a 100,000 here and there. If you include all those who subsequently died in the camps thanks to the brutal conditions, the total death toll of the great purge is round about a million. Many families followed the officially accused off to their deaths. Stalin promised not to harm the families of the old Bolsheviks if they confessed, but he broke those promises. Cabin F sons were executed, so was his first wife Olga. She was executed in 1941 along with a 160 other prominent political prisoners, including the great SR leader, Maria sparda. Bukharin's wife was sent to a labor camp, but she survived, and saw her husband rehabilitated a half century later. But most families were not rounded up. They just endured the pain and trauma of having loved ones disappear one day. Typically the families of those put to death were told their loved ones had been sentenced to ten years in a prison camp, but they were forbidden to write home or communicate in any way. When these ten year periods elapsed at the end of World War II in 1946 and 47 and 48, the families were told their relatives had died in prison. Now, if we pull back and look at the big picture, the loss of life in Russia and the Soviet Union during this revolutionary period is staggering. So not even counting the 2 million soldiers and civilians who died in the midst of World War I were probably talking about a million or a million and a half people killed during the Russian Civil War. The 5 million who died in the famine of the early 1920s, the 10 million who died in the famine of the early 1930s, and here we've got another million or so killed in this great purge. These are all rough estimates, but it pushes the number of what we would call excess deaths, stemming from the revolution and the Civil War and every other thing that happened. Close to something like 20 million. And this is all leading into the catastrophic disasters of World War II that's estimated to have killed 27 million people. I can't even begin to fathom the trauma endured by someone who was born in like 1900, and who managed to live to the age of 50. To have come of age in the revolution of 1905 and its repressive aftermath, and then World War I and then the revolution in the Civil War and collectivization in the purges and then World War.

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Wimbledon wild-card entry outside top 100 gets Djokovic next

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 d ago

Wimbledon wild-card entry outside top 100 gets Djokovic next

"Two American men advanced to the fourth round of Wimbledon on Friday while two were ousted Francis TFO and Tommy Paul advanced with TFO winning a pair of tiebreaks after dropping the opening set Yannick center beach on Isner and Steve Johnson was beaten by Cameron nori Top seed Novak Djokovic lost just 7 games in his straight sets victory The shocker of the day on the women's side was 5th seed Maria soccer falling to Tatiana Maria Third seed on Gibraltar advanced to the ground of 16 and number 16 Jelena hasta Panko needed three sets to reach the fourth round I'm Dave

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Fresh update on "maria" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

01:19 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "maria" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"We saw her last match against Kai yu van, which was brimming with lots of fun rallies and Watson gets her teeth into those sorts of points. She can be a tricky player to face, but Nemo just didn't allow her to play that style of tennis, either with her serve or her slice or her willingness to come to the net. She just, she controlled the match. She played it on her terms. And I thought that was really impressive, as you said, especially given the first center court experience. We saw what that did to our careers. Just, well, in the very next match, wasn't it? And nima handled it all brilliantly, and yeah, a Wimbledon quarterfinal between the world number 97 and the world number a 103, both from Germany. It's incredible. And on the other half of that half of the drawer, the other quarter, you might call it in order to be less confusing. We'll be honest against Marie busker. We'll come on to talk about those two matches later, but just while we're on the draw, all due respect to buzzkill Maria and niemeyer. Goodness me. There will never be more of an opportunity for an will there or it's hard to see. More of an opportunity. I mean, it's massive. Yeah, she's massive favorite now. And I might have to put her in my mix. Don't know what more she has to do. She won. When the thing. She she won ugly today and Gritty. I mean, not exclusively ugly. There were good moments, but for her, it was dicey today against a totally on fire, ELISA mertens. This was a great match 7 6 6 four for gibber, saved 5 set points in the first set to take it 11 9. In the tiebreak, she, you know, it's all very well to win when it's just beautiful, lovely, get your get your tool bag out and choose which shot you want to play when this was this was digging to a dark place for on chabot, and I think that's quite significant. No one wins a Grand Slam without going to a place like that. So the fact that she went there and she came through today, I think, is massive for her. Yes, I agree. It was a match which felt like both players knew that it was a massive opportunity. You know, all the other matches on that side of the drawer had been played, the drawer was set. Maria niemeyer boost cover were there. And especially on jabber, must have realized the opportunity that that presented, and it was a stressful opening set. She was up a break twice and mertens just wouldn't let her get properly ahead and got the break back. And it did end up in this tie break and that was the moment where, look, I've been pretty convinced by Gibraltar anyway. I've put her in the mix. I think when she on tech went out, she would be my next in line as most likely to win it, but right there in that tiebreak. I saw something else that just made me convinced, and that was audacious, bold, brilliant tennis when she needed it most. You know, she saved those set points. Mertens didn't lose them. Save them. Never stop going for a shot, especially with the forehand. Gave a huge fist pump when she did win that set. She knew the significance of it. I think it's a real test passed for answer your Bert. I think it could be one of the biggest wins of her career. That could be the moment that we look back on. With her hold in the trophy. It's what we've been saying that for a while, David. Sure, but that is the match that I could have seen a losing. Yeah. Yeah, you know, because I was watching it out of the corner of my eyeballs, commentating on something else. And it was so nip and tuck in that first set. And Hannah was tweeting on our tennis podcast Twitter and messaging us saying how stressed on Java looked. And I'm just thinking, add that up in my head. Here's the shot maker who can do it all. But has she actually got what it takes? That's where I've always questioned her. I've told you it's a different ons now. Well, she's turned a corner. If she wins this title, I will bow to you, Catherine. Because content. Yeah. To that point. I will. As Catherine has been saying this all along. Until you see them do it, you won't believe they can do it. And I get that, I get that totally understand the logic of that, is Simona Halep, your favorite for the title. Because she's the only one left in that's even won a slam. Now what's the pancakes going on? I suppose so I do think also Amanda and Nissan overs playing really well, but then she's playing harmony tan and I wonder whether that might be a banana skin for her. But yes, I think Samantha Halep is the one that gives me confidence that she, well, because she's been there and done it. I do think that that's a big factor. And she seems refreshed again. So I would probably say that she is the favorite on paper, but I am getting a feel in France Dubai based on the fact that she's in that half the draw and the way that she won this match. And there's loads of other evidence as well. She's been playing brilliantly all year. This isn't a one off. I know she had that French Open thing, but it does, it does feel different, Katherine. I'll give you all that. She's got more WTA wins than anyone else going back to the start of 2021 she overtook egis von tech today, 82 in total. I got that stat. From a sponsored post on Twitter from octa ace. Oh. 82 wins since when? Since the start of 2021. That's a lot of wins. I mean, obviously Trump has had 82. Yeah, I mean, obviously this year, Sean takes way ahead, but yeah, I liked it, so thank you up to ace. Give him a follow. I didn't give them all right. She'll now face Marie busco in the quarterfinals. He was amazing versus Caroline Garcia, 7 5 6 two out on court two at the start of the day. Tell us about the backhand mat. Down there. It was stunning. It was early in the second set, and she'd been defending for her life in this rally against Garcia and got Garcia had hit a backhand smash angled into the bush cover backend corner. I thought the Garcia backhand smash was going to have won the point. It looked like it was about to bounce for a second time. Boost of a scrambled and not only got it back, but fired a winner. I don't quite know whether it went round the net or just over the net, but it was in that region so low, so straight, so powerful, clean winner. It was absolutely incredible and she reached it and managed to conjure up that shot from that position. She was flawless tonight. How many unforced errors she hit in two sets? Four. Just four unforced errors. She had that perfect blend of going for it when she needed to, but also absorbing everything Garcia was throwing at her. I actually think playing mertens will probably be quite good prep for jabber for playing boost, but there's a similarity there, a bit tricky. Okay. I mean, she said glowing things about busker, but she also said, at least it's a, it'll be a similar match for me. Yeah. Okay. I'm pleased that that you and ons are on the same page. On the same page, yeah. That's a nice moment..

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German Protestor on Mask Mandates: 'We Don't Feel Represented'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | 3 d ago

German Protestor on Mask Mandates: 'We Don't Feel Represented'

"Maria square in front of this beautiful building, the mayor's building and Benjamin is one of the organizers of this protest. Benjamin, it's nice to see that I come all the way to Germany and you Germans are just as fed up with the mandates and the taking away of freedoms as we Americans are. Yeah, I mean, you could argue that probably even a bit more because I would argue in Germany there's even less representation of it doesn't feel like less like being represented. So I think we have more protests on the streets because we even feel less represented than you in America. So that's the basis of the protest that you've had no voice in these unlawful mandates. I mean, that's basically it. I mean, there's always someone has more focus on the children and others more on the vaccination mandates, but the bases is that we don't feel represented. So we have to go out in the street and make our

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Fresh update on "maria" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

01:36 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "maria" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Yeah, I mean, you'd have to think if you were either one of them great opportunity, because normally they're going to be running into one of the big four or 5, aren't they? At that stage over the course of certainly goth and career, he would have had all sorts of matches like that. And for norrie is a first time quarterfinalist. I mean, I think Goffin is the sort of player that could end up beating him, but how big a deal is that four hours and 36 minutes. Norwich just gone through in three sets and he can run all day. He could make that physical in a way that could determine the way it goes. With his big lungs. Yeah. These unusually big lungs. I think you'd have to go go fancy Afro the match of the day. On either the men's or the women's side, but for me, Yelena waste Panko and Tatiana Maria runs it close. Tatiana Maria 34 years old, 103 in the world, recently come back from her second return is he leave. One three 5 7 7 5 7 5. I say one through what I should say is collected Yelena rosta penco mistakes. In order to win through to Wimbledon quarterfinal, because that is how I was to Panko summed up the match. She was lucky, lucky lucky. No way, really. Well, it's got a lucky three different times in the press conference. It was amazing. If you seen the clip of her leaving the court. I saw the hand shake, but then I was too busy looking at me, 'cause I was on the commentary of that match point for 5 live. And while I'm looking at Tatiana Maria celebrating, I just start hearing booing. But I didn't know what was going on. Yes, I just saw a. Tipped over chair. Oh. It was a very poignant image. What has happened with us the Panko has thrown her water bottle down in disgust as she was trudging off the court nearly hit the chair, such was the force with which she had thrown it. And not the chair over in her wake. You got a really put your back into that. It's an occult. She was displeased. I mean, it really did have everything as a match there. Everything you could want, a lot of fakes from us the Panko drama on this that face. It was in the balance the whole way, Maria saved match points, didn't she sliced forehands. It was just, she was fading. To go for it when it wasn't on. And she was doing it with these horrible little forehand slice and drifting it onto the base and then doing a short one. It would drive you bonkers. And that's the tactic. And she's such a clever player. Couldn't believe it when I started to read up on her story and find out that she'd switched from double handed backhand a single handed backhand during maternity leave, the first time. Yeah, during her first maternity leave, which was back in 2013, you know, she's got a 9 year old daughter. Who's here with her both her daughters and her husband are here with her this tournament. And of course, her 9 year old daughter is old enough to really take it all in in a moment. Her mom's doing. Everybody was telling me that her 9 year old daughter nyon coaches her. She's supposed to be doing it out there. Yes, I think they played together every morning. Like 8 30 in the morning. They're hitting on the indoor practice court. And she had the best results of her career the last time the first time she came back from maternity leave, I think she broke the world's top 50 and reached a couple of finals, so this is what she does. She has a baby. Comes back. I think she took three months off for her daughter that she had in 2021. And here she is 34 years old. She's incredible and incredible physical shape. Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah, she's a great athlete. And she's a great exponent of the game she has. She makes it work and makes it horrible for the opponent. I think one of the quotes she said in the WTA website interview I saw was some people like to bungee jump, some people like me like to go and have a baby and then come back and play tennis. And join the tour. Different folks, different strokes. She said two match points, didn't she? Yeah. In the second set, hence the water bottle throwing from what's the Panko. What's the Panko really. Is such a bizarre tennis player. There's no such thing as momentum with her because okay, she can go on streaks and be unplayable, but she's just as likely after hitting a line licking backhand to double fault on the next point. Genuinely have absolutely no idea what's coming next. In a rally in a match in her life. Yeah. She's great fun to watch. I love listening to and it was quite interesting. I read an article in The Guardian by Monte Carlo and he put her words from Birmingham to her. The ones where she said about America Marina. She didn't do anything. It was all me, you know? And she said, well, I don't see any points in coming in the press conference unless I'm going to tell you what I think. And I thought hallelujah. Good for you. But. The total inability to see that collecting her mistakes is a totally valid way to win a tennis match. Yes, Yelena of course, if you made no mistakes, you would win every match. You hit lots and lots of winners. But yeah, you can sometimes make quite a lot of mistakes as well. So Tatiana Maria sets up a Wimbledon quarterfinal with fellow German Julie nimai, she Heather Watson 6 two 6 four in the first match of the day on center court if you don't include Cliff Richard versus Catherine Whitaker. She looks so comfortable on center court, didn't she name either. It was her center called debut and yeah, she had weapons that had the Watson doesn't have. They were very clear to see power that had the Watson doesn't have, but I thought the fact that Heather Watson had the center court experience. Might be a factor today, and yet it wasn't really neem I looked comfortable right from the off and she can play, Nemo, she really can play, she's she's 22, which doesn't sound that old, but you might think where she be, you know, this is her, she didn't want to Grand Slam match a week ago before this Wimbledon. I think she had pretty much a shoulder reconstruction very early in her career. So she's been set back a bit, but she can play. Yeah, short can and I was really impressed with that performance. And I think what I thought she did really well is just not give what's in any rhythm at all, what's really steady baseline and we saw her last match against Kai yu van, which was brimming with lots of fun rallies and Watson gets her teeth into those sorts of points..

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Gavin Newsom Just Created a Truth Social Account

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Gavin Newsom Just Created a Truth Social Account

"An interesting story that just popped up here. It's not really a story. Gavin Newsom just created a truth social account. So Gavin Newsom is a user now on truth social dot com and has posted all about red state murders and all of that. I think it's a brilliant move by Gavin Newsom. It's very clear that he wants to run in 2024. I think Gavin Newsom will be formidable. And Gavin Newsom will raise a ton of money, Gavin Newsom is much more likeable than Kamala Harris, of course he oversees a terrible state, $10 gas, all that stuff. We can go through it, murder rates, all the trans stuff. It's terrible. I will say though that Gavin Newsom creating a truth social account, I think, is a mark of political brilliance and makes him look not like a woke liberal that he's willing to go on conservative platforms and he's willing to engage and dialog and interaction. He's also going to receive probably a fair amount of anonymous accounts that are going to be saying nasty things towards him and he'll be like, oh, look at how terrible conservatives are. I come on their platform and they treat me so terrible. I kind of create the victim a little bit. It's a way for Gavin Newsom to kind of get in the headlines and say, look, I went on Trump's social media app. I'm willing to go anywhere. It's not dumb. I gotta say. And it also frames the kind of Gavin V Trump dichotomy that he wants for coming into 2024.

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Maria Bartiromo Talks Through the Bond Market Losses

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Maria Bartiromo Talks Through the Bond Market Losses

"I don't want to get too wonky, but I think that our audience should know about this. Can you talk a little bit about the bond market losses and how that plays into all of this? I mean, there's been a massive sell off in the bond market right now. And that sometimes can be a harbinger for things to come. Can you talk a little bit about that? Absolutely. Look, the bond market has seen prices decline. And when prices decline yields go up. And we're seeing yields go up on the expectation that rates are going to continue to stay elevated. When you have a differential between the two year yield and the ten year or the 30 year, it's called an inverted yield curve. And when you have, in the past, seeing the inverted when the yields become inverted like that, where one is much higher than the other, in terms of in terms of the rate, that indicates that a recession is at hand. I personally would say we're probably in a recession right now. We know that we already had a contraction in the first quarter, 1.5% lower. We'll get another revision to that. Then the other day, the Atlanta Federal Reserve predicted that there will be no growth in the second quarter. They said 0.0% for the second quarter. So it's probably going to be a contraction. So we probably are in a recession right now. And that is why markets have been really so so weak. The market obviously the stock market down 32% on the NASDAQ year to date. Double digit declines for the Dow and the S&P as well. And I think what you've got happening here is a sharp slowdown as a result of

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A Takedown of the Biden Economic Disaster with Maria Bartiromo

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

A Takedown of the Biden Economic Disaster with Maria Bartiromo

"Now no one has their finger more to the pulse of what's really happening in the markets what's happening in the economy, the legendary Maria bartiromo Maria. Welcome back to the program. Hey Charlie, great to see you. Thank you, you too. So help kind of us layman understand what you think is happening right now. It's very confusing, more dollar bills in circulation ever before. The markets are tumbling. What's your take? Yeah, I think it's pretty much you go back to the very fundamental definition of inflation, like you just said, too many dollars chasing too few goods. And this was the threat when the Democrats started pushing their spending plan at the beginning of Joe Biden's presidency. We all know that he signed the COVID relief package in on March of 2021. And at that time, when he first entered The White House, inflation was at 1.4% in January of 21. So, you know, little by little, it has gone up and up and up with all of the spending. They tried to push through a $5 trillion build back better agenda. And that also stoked the expectations of more money. But I would say, and then the infrastructure package in November of last year. And then, of course, on top of once we got some almost 8%, 7 and a half percent inflation, then Russia invaded Ukraine and added to it. I would say one worry that I would have right now is I don't think we've seen the peak. I don't see any evidence of the peak because when you go back to that COVID relief package, you see that there are hundreds of billions of dollars that have gone to states that have not been appropriated yet. So they're still going out. And so you're still having the same situation. You also have not seen the peak months for gasoline. That's the driving months of July and August. So I think we've got a little bit of upset to

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Title IX creating opportunities for international athletes

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Title IX creating opportunities for international athletes

"Maria bonanova from Russia was recruited for the bowling team at Vanderbilt university on the golf course Alain Crowder from Stuttgart Germany had no opportunity to play in Europe College sports is not a thing in Europe at all So I think the U.S. really has a unique opportunity there and then obviously title and I'm just tough set off and make sure we're better Crowder is at Stanford University Heather Lynn was a top player in Taiwan Luckily I play a lot of junior tournaments growing up from like 14 to 18 years old and play a bunch of AJ Jerry tournaments USGA and that's how coach D found me She's talking about coach Derek Bradley at the university of Oregon There are several agencies set up to help foreign female athletes by putting them in contact with various coaches and universities I'm Ed

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Eric Welcomes Author Thomas Sheahen to the Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Eric Welcomes Author Thomas Sheahen to the Show

"Now. My guest is doctor Thomas. Shein, the book is every win. God, symmetry and time. Doctor Thomas Sheehan. Welcome to the program. I'm very pleased to be here, Eric, thank you for having me on. Well, listen, this is your title is beautiful. Every win is just, it's kind of like this mystical. It's almost, it seems like Tolkien came up with it or something like that. But before we get into God's symmetry and time, I want people to know who you are. So look, you got your degrees, your PhD from MIT, which is that's a community college, I believe, on the outskirts of Boston, right? Massachusetts institute of technology. You've done so much over the years that I don't know really where to start. You've co authored reports on things like rocket reentry instrumentation for Bell Labs. What years were you at Bell Labs, my goodness? It was during the Vietnam period from 66 to 73. And the best use of my talent in those days was to use my scientific knowledge to advance our defenses in our country. Well, I want to say that Dietrich bahnhof was fiance, Maria van vadem, Meyer, worked at Bell Labs. I think she may have been there at the end of your tenure. She ran a whole department there. She died very young of cancer in 1977. But it's perfectly possible that she was there when you were there. I had to ask

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WHO believes COVID getting worse, not better in North Korea

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last month

WHO believes COVID getting worse, not better in North Korea

"The World Health Organization says it assumes the coronavirus outbreak in North Korea is getting worse not better despite the country's recent claims that COVID-19 is slowing there I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The total number of fevered persons you know people suspected with COVID-19 is over 3.7 million Those numbers from the WHO's Maria van kerkhove but health emergencies chief doctor Michael Ryan says it is very very difficult to provide a proper analysis to the world when we don't have access to the necessary data Adding we really would appeal for a more open approach so we can come to the assistance of the people of DPRK The WHO has previously voiced concerns about COVID-19's impact in North Korea where the population is believed to be largely unvaccinated and whose fragile health systems could struggle to deal with the surge of cases Ryan says we have offered assistance on multiple occasions We have offered vaccines on three separate occasions We continue to offer vaccines We continue to offer supplies I'm Ben Thomas

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Why Kash Patel Authored Children's Book 'The Plot Against the King'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | Last month

Why Kash Patel Authored Children's Book 'The Plot Against the King'

"The legendary and the great cash Patel. I'll tell you what, I get more cash Patel alerts from people. They're sending me stuff and you're very famous man cash. Charlie, I'm trying to keep up with you in the efforts you're putting out. Yeah, I mean, you were on Maria show yesterday, right? Recently, right? Yeah, Devin and I, she thought it would be fun to have Devin and I, the Russia gate guys on for the day before the Russia gate trial. Yeah. So I want to get into that. You have a new book out called the plot against the king. It's a book, right? It's a children's book. Oh, this will drive crazy. So basically what we thought was, yeah, it's called the plot against the king. And look, we said it in medieval times, and we thought they're shoving critical race theory down our children's throats and don't use. Why don't we educate our children about the truth? Yes. And the biggest story of our generation, Charlie, is the Russia gate hoax. And no one's teaching our kids about it. So we had this idea to say, let's set it in medieval times. We'll have a king named Donald. We'll have Hillary Clinton. The maga king. The maga king. He played right into it. I mean, we could set it up any better. We've got Hillary Clinton and the shifty night. And of course, the night of the round table, Devin. And it's our question. It's our quest for truth and the simple issue is, why shouldn't we educate our children on what actually happened in Russia gate? It's for anyone foreign up and honestly, adults should get up. But we don't know all of it yet. We don't know all of it, but that's why we can write a part too. Oh, there'll be a sequel. So it's called, it's called plot against the king. And you can go to plot against the number one child's book right now in on Amazon. And we haven't even technically. That's a tough category. I'll tell you what. There might be some not so subtle cues and clues in here. There's a few, I think your audience is going to have fun with those. Oh yeah. They got it. They got to dig through it. Okay. So it's on

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Next Installment of the Fact-Checker Clown Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Next Installment of the Fact-Checker Clown Show

"Never Remember Jacob ray is Jakob Rees is a alleged fact checker He works for politics and nonsense outlets like that He wrote a fact check a while ago Let me read this to you This one's hilarious He wrote this fact check About Maria bartiromo where Maria bartiromo said that you know we were importing half of something half of our oil from Russia and in the fact check admitted that Maria bartiromo was right And then gauge that the fact checked that it was mostly false Jacob Rees we covered it in pretty intimate detail So Jacob ray is strikes again Again he claims to be a fact checker He emailed Christina pushaw Christina push up is a media rep for governor Ron DeSantis in Florida She is terrific She is a bulldog right So Jacob Reyes who tried to and failed to fact check Maria bartiromo and inadvertently proved what she was saying was accurate He sends an email to Christina Pusha from Ron DeSantis is always saying hello I'm writing a fact check on a quick deadline here regarding the following governor desantis claim The claim is this The student debt that is out there almost 60% of it is graduate school debt Jakob says if you'd like to provide supporting material for the claim I would need to hear back by 9 p.m. Meanwhile I'll continue my own research and interviews best Jacob brass Jakob maybe you should have started at your own pointer institute where you worked where the pointer institute wrote an article about exactly this So Christina responds back Jacob you wrote employer pointer recently published research about this topic finding that 56% of outstanding student debt is owed by households that hold graduate degrees I think 56% qualifies as almost 60 Banks Christina pushaw Can it get any worse

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Tucker Carlson & Rep. Maria Salazar Exchange Words Over Immigration

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | 3 months ago

Tucker Carlson & Rep. Maria Salazar Exchange Words Over Immigration

"The Biden administration is according to axios privately concerned about a potential gigantic influx of migrants at the U.S. Mexico border this spring. Where do you hear why they're worried? Let's listen first to Tucker mixing it up with Maria Salazar. Wednesday night on Fox News on Tucker Carlson tonight. We're presenting MiGs. The fact that you don't agree with me does that mean that you have to misrepresent what's on the bill. Well, look, I think you've said it yourself that people who came here illegally tens of millions of them would be allowed to stay. They would not be punished. They would be rewarded. Now, you think that's enhancing your dignity. By the way, I'm not against those people. I just can't help notice the contrast between your desire to send MiGs to Ukraine to preserve its borders, but not here. Should we send the U.S. Military to the Mexican border since you have admitted the tens of millions of people have come here illegally, that our borders are porous. They're not defended. They are open. Should we send the U.S. Military to the Mexican border? That is what I have created a whole plan so we can really seal the border because you know what? Would you call it? Let me finish. Let me put America one that I represent. Okay. Listen, I am let me finish, give me 15 seconds. I shall. I have thank you. I have created a series of measures so we can secure the border. Because we, the browns, the Hispanics, the Latinos, in this country, are not in favor of open borders.

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UN council to meet on Russian claim of US labs in Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

UN council to meet on Russian claim of US labs in Ukraine

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Russia asks for you one security council meeting on its allegations of U. S. military biological activities in Ukraine at the request of Russia the U. N. security council will meet this morning to discuss Russian allegations that Ukraine is running chemical and biological labs with support from the United States the accusation first came to light this week from Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova who presented no evidence Russian you when deputy ambassador Dmitry Kulikov repeated the accusation Wednesday state department spokesman net price the Kremlin continues to spread it out right lights U. N. spokesman Stefan to Jerrick said Thursday the World Health Organization which has been working with the Ukrainian government is unaware of any chemical or biological weapons work by Ukraine hi Mike Rossio

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Russia Accuses U.S. Of Bioweapons Research in Ukraine

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Russia Accuses U.S. Of Bioweapons Research in Ukraine

"The Kremlin is accusing the U.S. of being involved in biological weapons research at Ukrainian labs, a senior defense official told Fox News, such claims are laughable, Maria, Vladimir rova, Zachary rova, director of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs information and press department said that in the course of their invasion of Ukraine, Russia confirmed that Ukrainian leadership was trying to quickly clean up any trace of military and biological programs that Ukraine was conducting with financial backing from the U.S.. So Russia, of course, is making a claim to try to justify their war crimes.

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Vladimir Putin's War on Ukraine: How Did We Get Here?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:35 min | 4 months ago

Vladimir Putin's War on Ukraine: How Did We Get Here?

"It's reprehensible what Vladimir Putin is doing. There's no defense of it. Period. Innocence will die in a sense I've already died. Indiscriminate bombing of civilian centers and invasion of a sovereign country, regardless of whether or not it's a democracy in Ukraine is not a democracy. It's disgusting what Vladimir Putin is doing. It's his war. And he should own it, and he will own it. He is owning it. He lied to the west he lied to the world. He said, I'm not going to invade any, that's exactly what he has done. There's a lot of backstory, though, worth getting into. And we're going to dive into this in a way I think that many shows will refuse to tell the entire history the entire story. We're going to have experts, legitimate experts, not the Talking Heads on television that say the same thing over and over again and dive in to how the Biden Obama regime going back to Obama being president, created this, how the west lied to Ukraine and actually weakened Ukraine through false promises, about how the destruction of American energy superiority and supremacy played into. Russia becoming stronger. And why Russia feel so empowered and emboldened do this at this particular moment. Wars an awful thing. It's terrible. You're seeing the images of apartment buildings being bombed. You're seeing the images of Russian tanks go through Ukraine and breaking in just the last couple of moments. There's a firefight happening outside of Kyiv right now. The capital of Ukraine, where it seems that the people of Ukraine and Ukrainian military are doing everything that possibly can. To hold the line against Russian aggression, now it's unclear what Putin's aims and objectives are here. He wanted to take Chernobyl. We're going to have an expert that will tell us why that strategically important. There are troops coming from the south and from the east, but this was best explained, cut 80, Jennifer Griffin, walked through the latest of what's happening in Ukraine, play cut 80. There are indications as Lucas is reporting of an amphibious assault underway to the west of Maria Paul. Thousands of naval infantry were told are moving ashore near Maria Paul on the sea of azov. According to this senior U.S. defense official, the Russians have lost a little bit of their momentum in these first two days. No population centers have been taken so far. Russia has yet to achieve air superiority according to this official. Ukraine's air and missile defense capability is still working, though degraded. Ukrainian warplanes are still operational we're told in general in the first two days, according to this official, in general, we assess the Russian forces are encountering greater resistance than they expected.

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Maria Bartiromo Calls in to Discuss Something 'Bigger Than Watergate'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 4 months ago

Maria Bartiromo Calls in to Discuss Something 'Bigger Than Watergate'

"It. With us to help break it down someone I truly respect Sunday morning futures host and she's just phenomenal. The country is a better place because of her work, Maria bartiromo, Maria. Welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie. Thanks very much for having me. So Maria, I saw your show this last weekend and I saw your commentary on this. I mean, it is so it is just beyond words, honestly, I'm struggling for words what the song means, what's your take on it and walk our audience through that? Well, it's quite extraordinary. Where we are right now, Charlie, I mean, the fact that the media continues to ignore what is borderline treason is just extraordinary to me because here you have a situation where Hillary Clinton back in 2016 had a server unlawfully in her home where nobody could see any of her communications because of that server. And yet at the same time, she is paying a technology executive, company, you know, number one, tech company won. She's paying him to hack the office of the president of the United States. The seriousness of this can not be underestimated. Because we have adversaries on the march across the world right now who are trying to hack the country, get one over on us steal cheat and they want to be able to hack the president of the United States, get into The White House and you have a former Secretary of State, a political candidate paying someone to actually do just this. This, this exposes such a vulnerability. And the fact that the media is ignoring this is absolutely horrendous. Look, you know that very early on, I saw through this and went on the air and said, I do not believe there's collusion. You know, I think this is a ruse and social media trash me the media. These frauds at The New York Times and The Washington Post came out with stories titled what happened to Maria bartiromo. And it's absolutely extraordinary. And I just feel like this has so many legs to it and it's really it is bigger than Watergate. I do think president Trump is

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How Did a Tech Company Gain Access to Trump's Internet Activity?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 4 months ago

How Did a Tech Company Gain Access to Trump's Internet Activity?

"Cut two, Merida, Maria bartiromo and how countries would love to have access to The White House and how is it that a tech company was able to gain access, play cut to? Every American should be outraged by this. Do you know how many foreign countries want to get into The White House's Internet flow? How many adversaries out there want to get into The White House the president of the United States Internet activity and this tech executive was able to do that? What does that tell us about the national security of this country? What does that tell us of the power of the Clinton machine, enabling to take down her political enemy for four years straight and damage his reputation? This is even bigger than just spying on a campaign. As soon as Donald Trump took the oath of office, there was an assumption amongst many conservatives at the spying stop how do you spy on a president? He has Secret Service protection. He has special encrypted phones. He has hard wired Internet access. It's the president after all, isn't it? Nope. Hillary Clinton found a way to still spy on Trump. She found a way to continue the Russian narrative while he was the commander in chief. What do you think about that? He's in charge of the executive branch of government. He is the sovereign choice of the people. He's not sovereign with the people gave their power to him through an election. And what does Hillary Clinton do? She continues the money flow to these tech workers and Michael sussman was involved in all of this to keep on trafficking or monitoring the Internet traffic in The White House. For example. If anyone in The White House may have visited RT, which is Russian television or whatever. Hey, that's a traitor. Now, why would she do that? She was trying to find little crumbs of Internet activity to try to prove that The White House was in communication with the Russians. Well, of course they were in communication with the Russians here and there. It's part of diplomacy.

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Jury selection beginning in Arbery death hate crimes trial

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Jury selection beginning in Arbery death hate crimes trial

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Lee Strobel on the Idea of Spiritual Leaders, Like the Pope, Speaking on Politics

The Dan Bongino Show

01:39 min | 5 months ago

Lee Strobel on the Idea of Spiritual Leaders, Like the Pope, Speaking on Politics

"I thought it was really interesting yesterday when you said that you don't doubt your faith in Christ but you're kind of questioning your allegiance to an institution that may be according to speech that the Pope just gave frustrating free speech And I want to say first of all Dan it's entirely biblical and appropriate for all of us to test what we're taught by religious leaders In fact in X 17 of the Bible the New Testament It says that Maria Jews were considered of noble character because when the apostle Paul of all people the apostle Paul taught him some things and it says but they examined the scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true So we're told in scripture this is a good thing to do what you're doing which is asses kind of questions And to take the scriptures and apply them to what these spiritual teaches are whether it's from a local pastor or the Pope or whoever and try to determine is this consistent with what the Bible teaches Sometimes that's really easy because if someone's teaching you this users didn't rise from the debt that's clearly not biblical and not true historically Where you get into areas of dispute are those places economic issues and other kinds of topics that the Bible doesn't explicitly perhaps teach on So we have to explore What are the principles that scripture is teaching What is Jesus teaching us How do we apply that to whatever question we're examining And then it's appropriate to ask our spiritual leaders doing that in a way that's consistent with determining the truth

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Wanted to share some tips on making your food masterpiece food presentation tips that were inspired by da vinci. Leonardo da vinci is well known for using a scientific i to develop his artistic style. He observed that objects three dimensional and used his observations of late and dr to paint vivid and realistic. Portrait's and landscapes is a concept called kado scored. Oh it seems obvious to us now. But it was revolutionary in leonardo's time he also observed how objects details and colors change when they fade away into the distance education ni called sfuzzi motto and use this tool to his advantage to create a sense of great death. Sue motto is also known as leonardo smoke for how he made mountains and other distant landscape features blue and smokey while this is not as conclusive or rather to the culinary arts as other aspects of his style. It's still worth noting. Other notable features of his art are the cross hatching that slants to the left caused by his left handedness. This is also the reason that he wrote backwards to reduce smudging. He used many left handed and tools and adapted tools in his work. So presentation is a huge part of what makes food so delicious by using leonardo davinci's art style. You can make unique and pleasing arrangements of food that our instagram worthy. Pay attention to the way late will change the way your food looks. For example. pancakes look great. When eaten by a window rather than beneath an overhead light the angle of the light makes the sarah shine and brings out the texture of the pancakes in fact using natural light whenever possible. Make meals more enjoyable pay attention. Also to hand dominance there are subtle differences between how right handed and left handed. People eat arranging the plate. Accordingly can make meals more enjoyable for

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Pm pacific wine. And it's an event. In which professor luca katini from villanova university would talk about don leonardo da vinci leonardo da vinci and he's idea of technique from painting into engineering. Is that elin over. University in pennsylvania over pennsylvania correct connection against. I'm not actually. I have family. That went to villanova to so well. So he's going to talk about his painting. Technique is that yes it's about. It's also about the humanist idea of technique and how the this humanist idea which lands art and technology has influenced all italian production from verena sense to the present. So it's going to be a fascinating journey across time and a through your now those mind. Wow oh that's really very very interesting. Yes i had told you that. I did a book on him and end in my research. I also learned that many things that he did were really responsible for influencing also the the mediterranean diet as well so he had such an influence on everything absolutely yes. He was a vegetarian yes he was a vegetarian. He ate Very healthy from what. I'm understanding and He influenced just his beliefs in different things influence. The way that the mediterranean diet is The so but this sounds like a very very interesting events. So how if someone wants to join the event. How do they Do they just go to the website and also l. the website yes so. The website is www dante society. B c dot ca and on the home page. They will find the from all the information to register for the event for that and also for the also. If i can mansion also of the following event on february the fourth used a talk by a canadian coppell who succeeded in making their dream come true and they bought a house in tuscany and so they will tell us all about how they went about it. So the over the hurdles or the bureaucratic hurdles all the the excitements and Of getting a home in in tuscany and the beauty of the place. And how they hype. Be there about that. Wow okay yes so. That's another rent. And when is that february fourth yes again at six thirty pm et civic time. Yes yes oh that's well. Those are definitely very interesting. Events and worst looking into and Definitely especially because now everybody can take these. Virtually as you mentioned the time zone. Maybe a challenge. But it's really not that late. It's still only nine thirty on at least eastern standard time. So it's not really that late. You know something at somebody can do but they they sound really really interesting so i'm going to try to come to at least one of those myself. They sound very welcome. Yes and i will mention those on my website also probably have a link to The dante alighieri society So ariana everything is just so interesting and much success with everything. But what i always i always ask my guests As a last question what does it mean to you. Can you tell us you have anything. You'd like to say. Yes food for any. Italian is nature and admixture aliments of the of once a life pleasures so food for me a connection to my hometown to my family a means just warmth and friendship and conviviality and laughter and.

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Desert. You can make it quickly. And it's just as great t eat as well hope you like it. And don't forget to share photos of this recipe. If you get to make this recipe this week shared on social media hashtag demaria liberati show and we'll post also all my blog and will share an and you may be selected to win a copy of one of the books for my book series the basic art of italian cooking I'm here with arianna. Di nino arianna. Did i pronounce your last name. Correct on you know yes. Perfect grade and are were so lucky to have ariana here with us today. She is an author. She's the board member of the dante. Ella gary society british columbia. She teaches The italian in the italian studies program In the university of british columbia and she has this fascinating novel out. It's called the afrikaner which she's gonna tell isabel and there are some exciting things happening with that. And the dante ella gary society and she has such a fascinating background. Also arianna thank you for being here and so you're in vancouver correct. Yes yes. I am vancouver and so greetings from cougar and thank you maria for having me your show. Thank you as well for being here. I always like to let people know where my guests are because now with everything going on. We all can't travel a lot. So we kind of travel through the podcast and through my interviews. So but thank you for being here arianna if such a fascinating background. I don't even know where to begin to ask you about your background. So i'll let you start and tell us all about you. Okay thank you. Maria so i was born in jinhua a italian city which is also the place where christopher columbus was born. And so it's kind of a controversial figure now. He is great explorer marina in fourteen. Ninety two let's say discovered the americas for the europeans. And but also he's the one who opened to stand there Exploration and unfortunately the exploitations of the americans of the americas by the europeans. So i was born there in the heart. Bussey and in this harbor city and i studied modern languages I studied russian and french and english and because it was tossed fascinated by russian literature. Either undecided i wanted to To go to moscow and to send peaches fork to study there during my undergrad studies. When still there was a cold war going on. And so i went i there beyond the ion converting it was. It's my first young adventure. And then i became a travel writer later on the hour was decided to become adjourn To become a journalist then became a journalist travel writer. I worked for a the biggest travel magazines in magazine initially and then i moved to self rica for five years. Wow as any international reporter will tell impress press and and then from dan. I moved to iowa with us And we did our phd's desire and then from there. I moved to canada. Where i'm now our your now..

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Expand your skills and try lots of new things when you find an exciting new thing to try the kitchen. You can have an adventure in your own home without too high stakes. Take advantage of your kitchen space and put together a kitchen adventure memory try new ingredient. There's something especially exciting about trying something new in the kitchen. So if you're in a cooking rod try out a new ingredient and find a few different ways to use it and cook and bake dishes you know you can go to my book series the basic art of italian cooking or the basic of and fine. Benny different recipes and ways to you so many different ingredients. Everyone has ingredients. They haven't tried before a good place to start is a new fruit. A space a squash vegetable because they tend to be very versatile..

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"To the maria liberati show where food meets art travel and life and we are. We answer the question. What does food being to you. This is maria liberati in this week segment. I interview arianna dyke nino who is an author and also a board member of the dante alighieri society of british columbia they promote italian culture and there are chapters all over the world and she's going to tell us about her interesting new book called the african her and also some things about the dante ella gary society they have some really interesting virtual events. Coming up at anyone around the world can attend free of charge online so stay tuned for that interview and don't forget. Tell me a recorded sound bite of no longer than sixty seconds or a post of no longer than fifty words or less posted on social media hashtag at the maria liberati show or email directly to me at maria. Maria liberati dot com. If you're sound bite or quotes are selected to be part of an upcoming segment. I'll send an autographed copy of one of my books from the basic art of italian cooking series to you as a special thing i love having listeners. Be part of this show so come on and join in and before we get to my interview with ariana dag nino here are some fun ideas for your next kitchen. Adventure you know. Being in the kitchen is always something that. I like to think of as an adventure. Spending time in the kitchen is a great way to have fun..

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"For joining us. And listening to maria liberati show this. Is marie liberati. What this food mean to you. If you have any recipes that were inspired by our guest today. Christie and josh of have dog will travel podcast dot com..

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Maria liberati dot com and in this podcast description hoped to see are. So what does family mean to you. Well food can mean many different things and different ingredients can be used for many different things. So you're there are ingredients in your kitchen cabinets. That have more than one use and i wanted to explore some of that with you today so. Many people are surprised by the usefulness of products that they already have in their home while they can be used as a seasoning or baking. You may find them. Useful as a natural cleanser. Take a at some of these things that i had listed on my blog for the amazing uses that are inside your kitchen cabinets and some of these may surprise you so coconut oil. It's an excellent product for many people. They use it as a substitute for butter as it remains a fad but it reduces caloric intake however there are many other uses for coconut oil one. Unexpected use comes from the beauty industry. Adding coconut to your diet can improve dental health. It can also be used says allusion to improve the quality of your skin. It moisturizes your skin can and it can fend off infections. some people use it as a deodorant. If they want to go natural coconut oils natural sent also makes it a good way to clean. How about baking soda will of course we use baking soda in many baked goods. But here's an example of the usefulness of products wallet is usually used as an ingredient in cakes and cookies. baking soda does have several other uses. Some people use it as an air freshener or deodorant. Just like coconut oil. It has a strong set that can reduce the smell of your garbage can is well. People even used baking soda as type of cleaner. Baking soda can destroy organic material. Stuck in your drainpipes. It also works remarkably well as account or cleaner if you have stained pots or pans. Baking soda might be an effective way to remove stains saw so everybody has sought in their home. No question about this one. But instead of using it to preserve or flavor your food you can also discover new ways to make.

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Of your enjoyment of whiskey. Ken be visual. And not just your mouth. That you'll color does matter. Is there anything to like an odor. Because i know like sometimes with olive oil. You know their specific odors to. It's not just the taste but it's the road or you know Anything with a specific odor like specific sense. That's coming from you know a lot of the odors. The nose on your whiskey is going to vary based on whether it's berber and awry or sky so it'd be really tough to say. Hey doc watch out for this kind of smell because right not going to be a good one. Yeah they watch out for sulfur. Sulfur smell to it. That's not gonna be good. You gonna want to avoid that. But that said the iodine smell could be released tastic. If you like heated scotches server. There's gonna be some overlap on that you know. Certainly if you're buying any sort of a butter popcorn snell you probably want to avoid that often. Oftentimes bananas can be a challenge. But sometimes it's intentional. sometimes it's not But again i. I think the key is try it. Yes that's to me. That's the joy of whiskey. Is that different people like different ones. And you know g get a load up five five good friends. They're all whiskey fans You're gonna have ten different opinions. Which was the bust so there is no. There is no right or wrong answer. There may be right or wrong answers for you as an individual like you and me. Maria maria and paul are going to have different favourite whiskeys. Yeah that's a good thing. That's not a sign that one of this better or worse than the other one. It's that's the joy it's like music or art. That's my favorite band. Could be different than your favorite band and my favorite painters going to be different than your favorite painter. So i think that's kind of key. I think a lot of people get wound up on your. What's the best. What's the best. Yes yes a best does really exist. That's that's probably true. I think the main thing is and i might not have raised that either but to make sure that you have a really good you know experienced so that it's equality product. I think is what i guess. I'm always looking for because you're right. There's really an end really. If you're right it's what you like. Then that's really the best for you. But i always laid people to know how to get that a true experience of equality product. But i mean your product is is more of a craft beverage. So i'm sure it's equality product anyway. Great then and they are. It's craft you know kraft products so you know a started to get into whisky. Always recommend i You'll take a sip of it neat second. Take a sip of it on the rocks. And then try. You'll try a couple of different cocktails so try. If you're into whiskey and coke. Try it with coke. If you read to manhattan's try in a manhattan. That's the only thing that makes whisky really cool is that you'll a whiskey that maybe you don't like as much mutate. Maybe like a lot better on the rocks or this whiskey. That you like in manhattan. Maybe you don't like it on the rocks that you do like it. Knee others whiskies really fun and so you can really play around with that other beverages. You don't really do that like you. Don't mix different beers together to see if you like that beer better that way or you don't mix wine but you can play with whiskey and you can drink it so many different ways none of which of the correct way none of which are the wrong way. Exactly you know..

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Welcome to maria liberati show. We're feud meets our travel and life. This is maria liberati. What does food mean to you. Tell me in a recorded. Sound bite of sixty seconds or less or opposed the fifty words or less post on social media. Hashtag get the marie liberati show. And if your sound bite or quotes are selected to be part of an upcoming segment. I'll send an autographed coffee of my book and basic art. Italian cooking to you especial. Thanks follow me on instagram. And facebook for some grief feuding giveaways congratulations to the and goal in pennsylvania and sophia lloyd in maryland for being part of my giveaway and winning some talion flower from the molino density company. A superior flour company from italy. They're getting flower for all their holiday. Baking so congratulations guys and stay tuned. Do we have some other. Great holiday giveaways coming up from the posting company. Beautiful holiday feeding gift. That you're gonna love so follow me on instagram at maria liberati or facebook at chef maria liberati to find out about this next giveaway. Well someone once said. I wish we could put up some of the christmas spirit in.

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"When you have your own day. She can cook at home with beer. I had someone as my special guest to gosh. I think we've known each other for a long time. And i know if you are talking about gary is the person to go to. This is gary monto rousseau. And he's the host of what's on tap you want to know on. Pbs of beer connoisseur. I mean if you want to know anything about beer. Gary is the guy to go to gary. Thank you so much for being with me today. Maria it's a pleasure to chat with you as you mentioned. We've gotten together in so many years. We used to do those. Those events. all over the tri-state area and let's face. It co corona viruses. Just put a damper on everything right now. yeah so. unfortunately we haven't were not going to be able to to do one of those events this year but it's nice that we're able to get together this way anyway. At least we get to chat and catch up. But you know what gary so. I had mentioned that. I am going to be doing some recipes on cooking with beer and i wanted to ask you. Do you have any favorite recipes do you. I know you're really a beer connoisseur. And i know sometimes wine connoisseurs shy away from cooking with wine. But do you have any like. Do you get bob with cooking with beer. Any favorite recipes. I unfortunately have to decline you. Don't want me to cook maria. Let me tell you i mean. I have to stand over pot of boiling water to make sure i'm doing it right. That's no problem. That's like i i as i was telling you. I know the like somalia as a wine connoiseurs they generally. They don't cook with wine and it's kind of the same thing so i'm thinking you know what you probably 'cause you know so much about beer so so tell you know. I know we started talking about. Because i was mentioning that the last time i was in italy because of the rising prices of wine and food trends people even in italy are getting more into beer then wine and they're cooking with your an beer is just all over the place so i was really shocked because i was seeing more people coming out of stores with lots of different beers than wine. Which about you know ten to fifteen years ago you would hardly see them buying beer there every so often you would but but anyway. So you're telling me there's some really interesting beers coming out of italy are i was actually exposed to them. primarily in new york city. Believe it or not At a place. I know you're familiar with is called. Italy s yes absolutely remarkable One of the principals involved with that was a fellow. By name of sam kelly joan. Who as you probably know. Owns a dogfish head brewery over in milton delaware. Yes as sam was involved with that..

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Art travel and life. This is maria liberati. This is the show. Everyone has to answer the question. What does food mean to you. Tell me a recorded sound by of sixty seconds or less or a written post of fifty words or less post on social media. Hashtag marie liberati show if your sound bite or hashtag selected to be part of an upcoming segment. I'll send you an autographed copy of my book. The basic art of italian cooking to you as special thanks and just a reminder. I am having a lot of contests going on and giveaways if you follow me on instagram at maria liberati Find out about my contest. We just give gave away a of my book basic art of pasta and or having some really neat giveaways for the holidays with a couple of food companies. You'll find out about that on my instagram account. Just follow me on my instagram account. And you'll have a chance for some of these giveaways for the giveaways coming up in november and december are only for listeners in the united states but we will have some more giveaways of book for our international listeners. Also but again. Just follow me on instagram at maria liberati. You can also follow me. For my hashtag. Friday favorites on facebook at chef. Maria liberati and twitter at murray liberati with a capital n. And of course my website. Maria liberati dot com so two thousand and twenty will go down as the year without an october fest. Yes this was. I think the first year that october fest was cancelled in germany and the ever so popular beer though is gaining in even more popularity in places that hardly used the trickle of the stuff before while sales of mass produce be or have been faltering slightly. The craft beer sales have been rising and there are more micro and nano breweries popping up all over the world in italy. Beer is being served in place of wine at meals more regularly and in watering holes. Of course there was always fear in italy but it always took a backseat to wine and cooking with beer has also become just as popular there as well as all around the world. I was hesitant when i was recently. Asked to develop recipes for a beer company but never realized how easy it is to cook with beer..

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"To you tell me in a recorded sound bite of sixty seconds or less or posts a fifty words or less post on. Social. Media Hashtag the Maria Liberati show and if you're soundbite or quotes are selected to be part of an upcoming segment, I'll send an autograph copy of my book the basic. Art. Of Italian cooking to you as special thanks and speaking of giveaways, we are doing a giveaway on Instagram for my book the Basic Art of Pasta tag someone that would enjoy the book on the comment section like the instagram posts about the giveaway. Make sure you're following my account on instagram and you could get yourself a copy of the basic art of Pasta and my instagram account is Maria liberace. We will also be doing some really. Delicious giveaways in the month of November and December also with some great food companies. So stay tuned to my instagram account end my podcasts here in my Hashtag Friday favorites I, m doing every Friday at six PM Eastern Standard Time. On facebook. I'll also be announcing the giveaways on my Hashtag Friday favorites six PM Eastern. Standard Time. My facebook account is chef Maria Liberati foods that have a history in Italy like Parmigiano Reggiano Cheeses Chianti pastas. And truffles can all be found inexperienced but some of Italy's interesting personalities from the past can also be experienced in the form of ghostly encounters if you know where to look for little touch of ghost hunting Italian style. So this is my sort of Halloween themed podcast segment tour in order to Reno is considered the most haunted city in. Italy. Because of its past famous citizens such as no stir `Damas and others it is said the. Palazzo tricky. The level digi which is housed in a local bank has been nicknamed the House of the devil because of its ghostly visitors with a noble passed in Genoa Palazzo Dosa that's RSS a part of the ruins of the Convent of San Silvestro in Piazza cavort where many were condemned to death has had many ghost sightings. Sightings are probably unfortunate who met an untimely death, the spirit of John. Keats has been encountered in the museum at the former residents of shelley and Keats at Piazza di spot near twenty six. That's in the center of room, and you can do some great shopping around there and see the Spanish steps right near there. I'd has now become the museum for the to literary greets, and that's it. Positi you twenty six and it said that it was there that keats dressed. Before his death, the residents that I was living in Rome is next door to one of the palaces of Lucrative Borja and was once part of the palace but has been turned into condominiums. So I had a few strange experiences in have been told that lucrative does come back to visit her palace every. So often in Potenza Italy, there have been reports of haunting at the castle of Lego for. Sola. Once the residence of Frederick. The second strange sounds and lights have been seen in the castle especially during the time of the annual polio in August it is believed to be related to the former Queen Alina and her husband's conflict with an arch-rival. While none of these ghostly apparitions have been scientifically proven many people have reported such sightings. It makes for just another fund way to explore in tour..

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Welcome to the Maria Liberati, show where feud meets art travel and life. What does food mean to you? Tell me in a recorded sound bite of no longer than sixty seconds post on social media with Hashtag Maria Liberati show or email it to me at Maria Maria Liberati DOT com or post of fifty word or less post on social media Hashtag. Them Maria Liberati show, and if you're sound bite or social media posts is selected to be part of an upcoming podcast. I'll send an autographed copy of my book, the Basic Art of Italian cooking to you. I love having my listeners be part of the show. So come on and join in. Well, summer is dwindling down to its last final Hurrah is I record this episode and I wanted to share my memoirs and a recipe for my Gorman World Award. winning. Cookbook series the basic of Italian cooking. It's a story for my diary about a summer trip to the little town of Huma. Chino were the principal airport of room Italy is but more importantly, it's a place where you can find a scrumptious dish called. Frito me sto that's fresh seafood that is lightly breaded. Fried quickly and served in a brown paper cone if you thought that the only thing in the little town of Human Gino is the airport you or definitely mistaken. I called this story free to me Sto and a visit to few Chino. We're meets architecture and lot. DOLCH AB to an unexpected for our flight delay. The turned into a bonus side trip of old world scenery and flavors was just what I need it before I left the eternal city, the Roman sun was shining brightly people were hurrying to the beach why? Oh, why did I have to leave our group of four included an Italian. Architect to is always up to finding the old world charm beauty that still exists amid the modern shopping centers and malls and find we did not far from the airport. If you gene is the little old town of Huma Gino after locating a.

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Tablespoons of white Wine Vinegar One cup of extra virgin, olive oil, a half a pound red ripe tomatoes. One red onion. One fresh cucumber, one handful of fresh basil leaves a pinch of Salt, freshly ground black pepper. Slice the bread into twelve slices. Place the bread in a bowl with a quarter cup of water and a tablespoon of vinegar. Leave for three minutes, remove the liquid and squeeze the water out from the bread. Yes, that that's right. You're going to squeeze gently almost like a sponge. Place the wet slices on the bottom of a salad bowl top, the bread with tomato slices,.

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Coming down your face. It is one of the most emotional things that I've ever read. And she puts in the book that she said I was hoping someday to beat a a true angel in my life and a come chef Cardi water and it just means the world to me because McKell are Mayo and Melanie both who had tough lives. When they were younger. Have come to the top. They have risen to the top and they alone are so inspirational to this cookbook. That I can't tell you Please pick up a copy of the cookbook. it's easy you go on. Keep ON COOKING DOT com. You can order and you'll even get a returnable letter from us. I believe that what they're working on a reply. Email the thank you for purchasing the cookbook and and just a joy at like Maria said because not only is it felt with with good recipes decent recipes hundred and twenty one of them total by the whites two hundred and eighty page book. And it's hard covered book to Glow Flimsy. You know things that you see the PGA of high schools you know all the brothers get together and do a cookbook our cover clip and I think that you're going to really enjoy it. The initial reviews that we're getting is well off the charts. I worked so hard. With my editors my wife the people in Tennessee the Tennessee Valley Coalition for the homeless with that mean. So much to me. I just don't see this cookbook. Not being successful and again. I did not do this cookbook. Maria to become a celebrity like yourself. I don't even know if I want to become a celebrity. I I will do appearances. Maybe I'll even do tie in culinary therapy with this. Yes and and try to be inspirational to others. Because we're in a state as I said before that we need a lot more inspiration right now. We need a lot more good news and I hope I could provide some of that era to your listeners are definitely with all these stories in fact more than I even was aware of..

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"There's a lot to it. Typically it's yeast a Lotta guys are using doing all ferments or they're doing Starts it's not traditional to do a stalker but people are doing I do it. So yes whatever makes it work. I guess whatever way because not everybody has access to everything all the time that you just said and that kind of leads to my next question so with everybody at home and I always your everybody's getting takeout which is fine too because you can still get takeout pizza delivery but if anybody wants to try and make their own is do any suggestions for doing something like simply if somebody doesn't have access to all that stuff definitely right now currently making peace at home it's so popular There are people who are running out markets running out of flour my little market that I sell the influx of online delivery sales. When it comes to beat the flour is one hundred percent. It's just how insane so when it comes to making rate pizza at home see things I think about one is a higher gluten higher pro seapower better in another around five degrees most of our five hundred five twenty and when you're looking at the whole purpose lower you know if I look at a shelf and I saw okay. Let's say I had here. Nassir there was there all purpose or they had their so Lancelot Lancelot Higher Rosy Brown. Better better it's just an around better flour when you cooking at five hundred degrees also a brand new agent so using a sugar or a mall which I use A. I like to try to find a nice static mall which you can find online. I like he used that as a running agent rather than sugar because at five hundred degrees. You need a little help and Brownie. Typically a double zero flower from Naples. Isn't the rice lower to us in a five hundred? Everyone says hey. I wanted to have that flower great. It's what the policies you but when you go from nine hundred Res Restaurant and you go to five hundred degree in your In your home that's why our typically isn't the best for it so look for a higher protein flower. Look at a brown agent. Keep your dog recipe and said doing the same day. I'd rather do it in twenty four hours because any time you use older go. It's always more vegetable. It's always better flavor more matic and when it comes to the digest ability east on simple sugars but the more I guess the will and that they'll be so you don't WanNa make the dough the same day and I think we all time right now probably make data floor and and they use it next. You'll find the results are better. The other thing is is a stone or a steel. You have a baking stone or steel. Typically when you buy a stone back in the day it was one stuff and when you when you're cooking in a restaurant you have a lot of realistic when you're cooking and so like if. I place my pizza in one spot. I can move to another spot in the bottom in your home and you. Have you have two racks. One on the upper level one in lower level and try to invest another another steel Put Two stones in. It stuck your pizza on top. Go halfway for about five minutes and taking him finish it on the bottom and out you'll get a much crispier stronger pizza. You'll get a better big. The bottom will be nice and crispy so always look this. I'm trying to invest in two not one And also the point is of. Make sure that you're finishing radiance or more. Then you're you're ingredients. They get cooked me a lot of times home. Just put everything on and Cook it and you take it out and it's the soggy. It's wet remember. The agreements like Parmigiano Reggiano or cherry tomatoes or goat cheese or fetter items like are like oil pursue. Persada those candles on at the end. So sure not everything has to be cooked. You don't have to put the kitchen sink in it and you'll find you'll have way better results by just doing a very standardized finish with some parade quality ingredients. Wow that's that's great really great. Tips and Gosh she made me hungry Peter now on to I do want people to be able to find you and hear about. What can you tell us like? Is there any project we should look for? Or You WanNa tell us your website or your definitely. I mean it's just home chefs out there. I wrote the Bible over two years. Every three cookbooks One children's shows and actually had some recipes in but my most recent book keeping Bible. You can find that pretty much everywhere if you're looking to Detroit. South East of Saint Louis Neapolitan Roman classic American all the styles in with the dough recipes Some of my restaurants that I have mostly based in San Francisco in Las Vegas but I do have some in Sacramento Tony Economically Lighthouse Pizza Rock Those are the main ones and a couple of other places like capitals. And if you're looking for ingredients You're looking for that specific. Lower Giovanni specialties in San Francisco. We have a little website that my wife and I Run below market that we have and we We should nationwide all those home. Pizza makers actually order a lot. It's it's crazy right now. There's so much lower. Be We have to the retail bag or almost out. Pretty much word. Now you're selling order out of the sixty pound bags now it's It's GonNa be pretty saying and right now to there is a shortage of east What's happening and that's that's another thing that you if you have if you go to a store stock up on us because there's a nationwide sort of in the restaurant industry coming this week and then it already hit the grocery stores so yes and so. I just wanted to tell. I know. Your website is Tunisia and Yanni's DOT com. But the Giovanni specialties. Do they just put into search? Engine Giovanni specialties and say come on or Giovanni specialties dot com Tony Chewing Y GM N. A An I dot com. You'll see pretty much all my restaurants August that I run and stuff like that. Yeah Oh and it's really interesting and it's how everybody you gotta go there. If you love pieces definitely say for you my last question. Tony for you and I asked him so all my all my guess. What means to you everything. Me Choose life up I grew up on Italian farm with my GRANDPA. We live with my family with my GRANDPA thirty five acres and we farm namely we. You know we almost lived off. The land will ran out of eight or rather the backyard or we of being so food to me is is is like my entire life as watching. My mom was probably the most special times in my life when I came back from school away from my dad to come home from work and then the city. And that's how my go with a jug of wine. And the bottom of this you know Cillizza rose a rosy saying those last just remembering that and every time you could you. Just try and make amazing. It was a child. You know I I think expand. That's why I've been dealing with. My son is really getting into food. That's a little garden. We're farming and stuff very special. Yeah can you. Yes I thank you for that wonderful memory. That is a special memory. Thank you for that Tony. Thank you so much. Thank you again and I will let you know when this is. This is online. Hopefully we can get this going. Thanks again thank you. Thanks for joining us and listening to the Maria Liberati show if you want to show off your pizza style. Take a picture of your homemade pizza. Hashtag Marie Liberati show and Post. The photo on social media will be gathering pictures and posting it on my website. Thanks to my producer Britain Zell. And this week's guest Tony Geminiani of Tony. Geminiani DOT com go to my website. Mauri LIBERATI DOT COM to keep up with my blog in the show and my book series the Basic Art of Italian cooking. And don't forget to post your answer to the question. What this food mean to you. In a recorded sound bite of no longer than sixty seconds or a post in no longer than fifty words posted with the Hashtag the Maria Liberati show posted on social media or email it to me at Maria at Maria. Liberati DOT COM. If you're answers are selected for an upcoming podcasts segment you will receive an autographed copy of my book the Basic Art of Italian cooking. I'd love to from my listeners. And have you be part of my show? If you have any questions or ideas for upcoming segments email me directly at Maria at Marie Liberati Dot Com peace love and pasta until next time..

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