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Tulsi Gabbard Named Democratic Nominee After Discovery Of Obscure Rule That Grants Nomination To Whoever Wins 0.7% Of The Vote In Missouri

The Topical

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Tulsi Gabbard Named Democratic Nominee After Discovery Of Obscure Rule That Grants Nomination To Whoever Wins 0.7% Of The Vote In Missouri

"Massive news from the Democratic National Convention today. US. Representative. Tulsi Gabbard has been named the party's presidential nominee. After DNC vice chairman, Peter may burst into a press conference brandishing dusty copy of the democratic. Party's original eighteen twenty eight charter to announce shocking discovery an obscure rule granting the nomination to whomever wins zero point seven percent of the primary vote in the state of Missouri Opr. CHEAP, political correspondent. Dirk mullins was on the scene and joins us now dirk this was quite a one eighty, right leslie truly one of the most unexpected political turnarounds in US history Tolsey Gabbard, the representative from Hawaii who dropped out of the presidential race and nearly six months ago has now gained the nomination mere moments before Joe Biden was due to become the party's official nominee take a listen. Please folks folks. Let me finish. And I quote from the document itself. Sorry. It's a little dusty. It is here to unanimously decreed. That the candidate, whomsoever procures betwixt the margin of six tenths and eight tenths of the vote in The Majesty state of Missouri Beneath the Pale blood moon. In fallow season shall be made our party's nominee for chief executive. It is a dramatic shakeup that caught even the DNC off guard after they discovered the parchment based rule book locked away in a hidden chamber sealed deep below their archives well. It would've been nice to know this back in March. Obviously. We're GONNA need to destroy a lot of Biden twenty twenty merchandise and we had a lot of folks voting during a pandemic for primary that was essentially meaningless. But ultimately, my hands are tied she one zero point seven percent of the Missouri. Vote. What else are we supposed to do while truly unprecedented but what does this mean? For? Democrats in two, thousand, twenty well, it's not good representative or I should say nominee Gabbard has virtually no name recognition and she's pulling in the low single decimal points no one has been able. To get in touch with her either due to her lack of any staff or campaign infrastructure. Frankly, we're not even sure what platform consists of something like ending foreign military bases. I don't really remember now Tulsi Gabbard cheese the senator from Massachusetts. Correct. Now I believe you're thinking of Elizabeth Warren Mistake, it's the one with the crystal the self-help one Marianne Williamson Oh interesting. well, I've got to admit I have no idea who you're talking about then but with that said, she did win the exact sliver of the vote in Missouri that counts in terms of receiving the presidential nomination. That's all that matters right now, what does the Biden campaign saying? This must be a disappointment for them. It certainly is they're searching for a workaround by arguing this decision is superseded by an even. Older precolonial taxed that magnificant democracy him from sixteen, Eighty two. That's the old pamphlet about how to keep Goblins from emerging out of hell and overrunning a functioning democracy. Right? That's right now, those passages suggest only papist like Joe Biden for example, has the power to resist the quote devils. Karnal source laments so far though the Democratic Party has stuck to its guns on this point seven percent of Missouri principle though. Tolsey two, thousand, twenty or bust incredible. It looks that way. We haven't seen this big of a shakeup since John Quincy Adams to the White House due to a loophole in the Electoral College granting the presidency to any candidate born with six toes on his left foot. Really stunning news. Thanks for the report dirk that's Dirk

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Elizabeth Warren's Presidential Bid Comes to an End

WSJ What's News

05:41 min | 2 years ago

Elizabeth Warren's Presidential Bid Comes to an End

"Senator Amy Klobuchar former South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Brundige and former New York City mayor. Mike Bloomberg have all called it quits and today. We're adding Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren to that list. I will not be running for president in twenty twenty but I guarantee I will stay in the fight for the hardworking folks across this country have gotten short into the stick over another. That's been the fight of my life and it will continue to be so warrants progressive policy driven campaign caught fire last fall making her an early favorite to win the nomination but she had a disappointing showing in the first elections in the primary season. Including this week Super Tuesday with more on the rise and fall of Warren's candidacy we're joined by Wall Street Journal reporter Tarini Party Tarini. Last fall senator. Warren was one of the front runners for the Democratic nomination but today she became the last remaining woman among the top tier candidates drop out. How expected was this announcement at this point. Given what we saw on Super Tuesday Warren was essentially left with no choice. But to drop out there was all choose facing a lot of pressure because she didn't win a single state she came third in her home state of Massachusetts. And so you know as this race drags out with Joe Biden on one side and Bernie Sanders on the other. The more candidates who stay in the longer the Democratic primary could become. And that's something that party leaders are trying to avoid They WANNA be trump and so they think that the field should sort of consolidate And so they can have a nominee sooner rather than later and she just didn't see a path forward a viable path forward. She did not end. You know ahead of Super Tuesday. Her staff had said that they were looking at a contested convention as one of the ways that were left for her to essentially be the Democratic nominee. They were hoping that she would pick up enough delegates on Super Tuesday to make that case but she didn't get that far and at this point. She said she just saw no path forward. Let's talk about the rise and fall of her candidacy. Tarini people were talking about her back in two thousand sixteen. When Hillary was running right she chose not to run in two thousand sixteen. And this time around you know. She started off with a few missteps She really did get her footing back. She focused her campaign on Ground Game Organization. She built out a huge campaign that focused on raising money online That really Invested in field organizers in in the early states An early on she did start getting a lot of traction. You know if you go back to the late summer early fall. She was starting to become the front runner in this primary. And then that slowly started That's that's slowly. Went away as more questions about her health. Care plan started. Cropping up she eventually put out a Medicare her own version of Medicare for all And you know wasn't really able to sell that both to moderate voters and progressive voters which she said today in her press conference was interesting. She said that when she started out she was told that there were two lanes in the Democratic primary the the Progressive Lane and the The moderate lane and Joe Biden would be the front runner in the moderate Lane and Bernie Sanders was in coming on the Progressive Lane. She was told she said that there was no other path. And she said she Set at the time that she didn't believe that that she thought that she could change things and she said today that that she was wrong It seems based on the way that this primary has played out who among those remaining candidates Former Vice President Biden or Vermont Senator Sanders Might Benefit from Warren's exit. So we'll have to see you know if she decides to endorse. She said today that she's going to take some time to think. And figure things out you know a lot of her supporters. Are you know more progressive? And if you in that sense they could be. You know they could move to Bernie Sanders but she also does have a lot of college educated women who aren't necessarily you know the Bernie Sanders Type of voter so she could. You know some Some of her supporters could also back Joe Biden Tarini. Warren's departure leaves two white men in their seventies competing to run against president trump another white man in his seventies. What are we to make of the fact that this was historically diverse. Field has whittled down to this. It was historically diverse. We had six women. If you know if you're including Tulsi Gabbard and Marianne Williamson. We had six women running Tulsi Gabbard is obviously still in the race but has not gained any traction she elizabeth. Warren was the you know the the last top tier woman still running. She sort of addressed that in her in her press conference one of the hardest parts of this is all those all those little girls. We're going to have to wait four more years. That's going to be hard. What affected Warren. Have on the two thousand presidential campaign and we'll see continue to influence it going forward. I think she will continue to have Influence and be a big voice especially if she decides to endorse either Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden. Going forward how they bring up some of her policy ideas and whether they choose to incorporate those in their own campaign that will be interesting to

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Marianne Williamson drops out of presidential race

Pacifica Evening News

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Marianne Williamson drops out of presidential race

"And a new poll shows democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders leading among likely caucus goers in Iowa well new age author Marianne Williamson becomes the latest candidate to drop out of the race from KPFA Berkeley and KPFK Los Angeles this is the pacifica evening

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Spiritual guru Marianne Williamson ends 2020 White House bid

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Spiritual guru Marianne Williamson ends 2020 White House bid

"Democrat Marianne Williamson is suspending her campaign for the presidency saying she did not want to make it tougher for progressive to win the college drop out and former nightclub singer from Texas rose to prominence as a spiritual lecturer philanthropist and bestselling author she raised eyebrows by arguing that the United States needs to have a moral and spiritual awakening they're a lot more people in this country who love them to hate but those who hate it was seriousness and they are politicized Williamson out lasted more than half a dozen democratic candidates but barely registered in the polls and struggled and fund raising she might offer entire campaign staff at the end of December Jennifer king Washington

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Marianne Williamson announces she is suspending her presidential campaign

All Things Considered

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Marianne Williamson announces she is suspending her presidential campaign

"Less than a month before the Iowa caucuses the democratic field of presidential hopefuls has now shrunk to thirteen candidates and Pierce got the two reports author and spiritual adviser Marianne Williamson has dropped out Marianne Williamson had missed the cut for every debate after the first two and recently laid off her entire campaign staff in a note to supporter she said she had quote stayed in the race to take advantage of every possible effort to share our message the spiritual authored focused her campaign on big picture ideas like the power of love but Williams and did not see a way forward with the actual voting caucusing just weeks away she said I don't want to get in the way of a progressive candidate winning any of that of the thirteen remaining candidates six have qualified for next week's debate which will be held in

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Another one is a bit Dustin this wanna hurts author Marianne Williamson I know cry Marianne Williamson has ended her twenty twenty democratic presidential campaign on Friday after seeing and so she failed to gain traction is the understatement sport there I don't think she she got much traction at all in a very crowded a Democrat feel lots of Democrats in that clown car she said I stayed in the race to take advantage of every possible opportunity to share our message of caucuses and primaries now about to begin however we will not be able to garner enough votes in the election to elevate our conversation any more than it is now this is twenty twenty that's right Marianne Williamson announcing the seed I feel little heart broken I think I have this affection look I'm vote for trump I like strong from the minute he came down the escalator I was a very early trump supporter I wasn't one of those never trappers it came around in that part of the ninety five percent of Republicans who back the present no no no I was there day what love them love what he's doing I think it's great happy to vote for him again in fact I will skip to my polling place on election day in in November and I will vote for him very happily but you always play the game when you look at the other side of the aisle you see who who want to vote for if I had to to pick from the slew of candidates probably honestly I guess the answer might be told to Gabbard maybe but Marian Williams there something about her that was just spectacular she's very interesting will entertaining if you've missed a maybe you haven't heard of Marion Williams name in a while let me help you live right number one to bring you up back on Merion Williamson's debate performance several months ago we haven't talked more tonight about how we're going to be Donald Trump I have an idea about Donald Trump Donald Trump is not going to be beaten just by inside politics he's not going to be being just by somebody who has plans he's going to be beaten by somebody who has an idea what this man has done this man is reached into the psyche of the American people and he's harnessed fear for political purposes so Mister president if you're listening I want you to hear me please you have a harness fear for political purposes and only love can cast sat out so hi Sir I have a feeling you know what you're doing I'm going to harness love for political purposes I will meet you on that field and Sir love will win no more for Marianne Williamson now she's going to be Donald trump's love she's very dramatic in our delivery maybe that's what I liked best about her she is out view as did Marianne Williamson of the guru to Oprah best selling New York times author candidate for president in twenty twenty has decided to suspend her campaign this doesn't come as a huge shock because it was just six days ago when Marianne Williamson had to fire her campaign staff but I was a little taken aback because maybe another reason I like Merion so much is that very early on and I'm talking about a year and a half ago before any other candidate you know in radio when you are a person in the meeting you get a lot of press releases from campaigns whether you're a supporter of there's not they send you a lot of emails that they want to get their people on your program or they want you to be aware of things Marianne Williamson from the very beginning she was the first Democrat candidate to ever send an email to me and since then has been sending me emails like every day I'm pretty sure were pen pals I don't write back usually but she still sends emails nonetheless and I just got one today word she announced that she was going to be in New Hampshire this weekend January eleventh and twelfth New Hampshire she was going to be there in Manchester and now today we find out Marianne Williamson spending the campaign here's a little more of Marianne Williamson talking about water that number two for it is just the tip of the iceberg we we have an administration that is god and the clean water act we have communities particularly communities of color and disadvantaged communities all over this country who are suffering from environmental injustice if you think any of this walking this is going to deal with this dark.

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Marianne Williamson lays off 2020 campaign staff nationwide

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Marianne Williamson lays off 2020 campaign staff nationwide

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting Marianne Williamson lays off for twenty twenty campaign staff nationwide democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson has laid off her entire twenty twenty campaign staff but the best selling author and spiritual guru vows to fight on according to two former staffers Paul holds a former U. S. representative who served as Williamson's New Hampshire state director confirms he and others in the national campaign were laid off another former campaign aide told the Associated Press Williamson laid off her entire campaign staff on December thirty first because of financial concerns

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Williamson lays off entire campaign staff

Pat Thurston

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Williamson lays off entire campaign staff

"Candidate Marianne Williamson has laid off her entire twenty twenty campaign staff but is pushing ahead with her White House bid Williamson's New Hampshire state director and senior campaign adviser confirmed he had been laid off and others in the national campaign have been laid off a former campaign aids as Williams and laid off her entire campaign staff on December thirty first because of financial

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Julián Castro drops out of presidential race

Mike Slater

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Julián Castro drops out of presidential race

"Julian Castro has dropped out of the democratic presidential race the only Latino candidate in the race Castro champion progressive policies but did not find his footing in the polls often holding on it one or two percent also showing signs of dropping out Marianne Williamson who just laid off for entire campaign

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I mean Americans we have to decide. that's the problem I have with nuclear. okay laughable right I mean it's laughable we have to go beyond hard facts and start feeling. I mean what happens if something goes wrong an unidentified something goes wrong. what will even be dealing with I don't know because I don't know what just went wrong. we have to go beyond hard facts. here's the reason why UFOs and they are storming the gates of area fifty one because I actually believe that the government might have information on on UFOs and I don't think that they have alien bodies and I don't know that we I don't think that we've made contact or anything else I do believe there are things that we don't understand but it is been hidden from us by the government okay that should be reasonable for most people because we know the government has secrets however now we go to the second conspiracy theory overstock dot com where he's talking about a deep state. there are people involved in our justice department doesn't mean the whole justice department it means that there are people in the justice department that will have it their way we know from history this happens in the state department this is something that has been said about the military industrial complex they are just war mongers and they will have their way. the problem here is is you can have those kinds of conspiracy theories and there's kept at bay if you don't couple it with the third piece of audio the press and politicians helping each other cover nonsense helping each other. Marianne Williamson should have been said that minute she stopped that that's the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard that's not an answer to the question. but the press says nothing. and she said nothing and it's not just Marianne Williamson god bless her. almost everyone in politics is not talking to you about anything that makes sense and so when that happens and they're saying you just trust me on this you don't understand just trust me the banks are fine just trust me we can print this money we can spend this money you'll know that that's a lie. and once you know that's a lie you have to start going to other things. I believe I believe the UFO thing and I believe overstock CEO much more than I believe the politicians and the press and that is the problem..

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

14:18 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"TV is part of a wealthy special and this is also a way that people silence other people into shuten the F. UP Rosie does not going to shut the F. up because I have this platform as long as I have it and I have brave women creatures women by my silent Ruthie Eighty and my sister. We're going to continue to be squeaky wheels for this amendable chip that we are witnessing society. I will not shut up. Get angry because it's the way people get shut down. Then this is kind of how it relates to Marianne Williamson you know she mentioned we'll see you could bring it up. She suggested that people pray for the storm to to go another way and she got torn. You like and you know what I didn't. I didn't hear her suggestion suggestion. It was like twitter through twitter a lot of us that were automatically praying because we had this gut feeling that things weren't as they were being reported and I mean anytime anybody brought it up to me I would say I'm just visualizing it turning and heading north and heading out to sea I'm visualizing it dissipating and look at me like Ya whatever I guess what rank right there were a lot of people praying a lot of people visualizing a lot of people sending those entities out. I believe in it I believe in the power period that's me and you're not the only one and many human beings across the world believe in the power of prayer so this just goes to show you the state of mainstream and I'm not just talking about mainstream as in you know just the mainstream media or the mainstream social media. I'm talking about the mainstream conversation the ones that are highlighted to use a word that Marianne Williamson sued shared godless to godless this no god there when you're mocking people who are saying and suggesting to visualize something they were all you know when a catastrophe like this is is is unfolding with it is earthquake or or a storm. We feel helpless as human beings. It's not like we can make ourselves big and you know you bring the storm to wherever but we can use our collective goodness to pray now when she said so apparently she said on this is from CNN in Politics Williamson deletes tweet suggesting power of the mind can deter Hurricane Doreen and and so I think that let me see so Democratic presidential candidate Mary Williamson Polston and then deleted tweets we Wednesday morning and this was a September fourth the article came out suggested that the power of the mind could deter Hurricane Doreen from slamming into into the US the Mahama's Florida Georgia and the Carolinas may all be in our prayers. Now millions of US are seeing Dorey and turn away from the land is not a wacky idea. It is a creative use of the power of the mind two minutes of prayer visualization and meditation for those in the way of the storm her now deleted I post read she replaced a tweet with a post offering prayer for people of the Bahamas Georgia and Keller Carolina's the peace of God be upon them and hearts be comforted as the endured the storm she wrote so again like she gets destroyed by suggesting suggesting something noble by suggesting something that to be quite honest. I would want maybe to you know when you you when when I picture of somebody who's in leadership I can picture the toughness and they may be sometimes the vulgarity that we might see as is like the president but I can. There's also times of when people need elevation and there's something so beautiful about prayer. There's an article about then I found sunny rate dot org eleven amazing effects of prayer and I'm not gonna read it fully but I'll just give you the bullet points prayer brings optimism hope and a range of positive feelings prayer helps you to show gratitude attitude for all the wonderful people you are surrounded with prayer makes you less vulnerable to stress and offsets the negative health effects related to everyday stress and this type of stress when you feel helpless and you're activating thought currents of fear and so you know you when you activate the thought currents of prayer you're redirecting that anxiety you might be feeling and your placing it in higher higher vibration and when many people are doing at the same time. I do believe that there is a power there you might think is Hokey pokey weirdness but I've seen enough in my lifetime to to believe in it to win you experienced in chronicity cities went you experience what some people might call little everyday. Miracles happened would happen if the person person hadn't prayed or had meditated visualize. Maybe maybe not I don't know but I wanted to leave that thought and Gyro de I know I I'm with you a hundred percent one hundred percent you know and it's not gonNA hurt. It can't hurt it cannot hurt you know like like it. It's like everything about prayer seems to be good at it helps to overcome fear. It helps to increase your creativity pretty. It reminds you that you're not alone when people are praying together when I know that someone says like if something's happening in a gnome while a lot of rain you feel like you've just opened a portal and everyone's with you exactly and makes such a difference and I'm going to say something I've actually seen video video footage of some of the carnage that was a result of Dorian and I firmly believe that the the number of deaths are in thousands as opposed to what's being reported and it's kind of interesting interesting synchronicity because my last report that I'm going me to offer is entitled Deaths Reality Versus reported God. It is it is a the title is charging death and it was written and data was collected in the analysis was done by a when Xin has son Al Jamali Mixim Maximilian seamers and Nichols stone and I will provide all links for this so how do people die. How do people think we die and is there a difference well. It turns out. There's a fascinating study conducted by Paul Slavic Nick and Barbara Combs where they looked at how often different types of debts were mentioned in the news. They then compared the frequency of news coverage coverage with the actual frequency of people who died a for each 'cause although all diseases claim almost a thousand times as many many lives is due homicides. There were about three times as many articles about how sides that about all diseases furthermore for homicide articles tend to be more than twice as long as articles reporting deaths from diseases and accidents so that's just a little blurb from I met I will give you the link the gist of it is. We are receiving information that comes from agendas. They're not reporting things in a proportional manner as to what actually occurs and that has very directly directly to what you were discussing with the number of deaths in the Bahamas absolutely thank you for sharing that and digitally because because I wasn't going to I was going to have that as my lead story and I didn't know that you were going to be discussing that and I switched to bless moment. He were flying by the seats that are pantaloons and I'm. I'm being mindful of the time so this will be my last story and some of them will have to be Hopefully hopefully for next week because I still had some. Marianne Williamson connected stories that I wanted to talk about but I want to show some astral insight we just had a full moon and and as I mentioned when we opened the show it was a hard week. I also witnessed a lot of hard stories that hard to to listen to but God called me to witness them and to hold them for other people so I I know that is just really really difficult times. There's been some losses in the pet category some people that I know have lost either little doggy or little cash. I even had this weird dream that that Charlie jumped out the window. It was just the craziest thing in those little body just free falling and in all of this animals stuck dying was all within twelve hours. It was really crazy and I wanted to Redo. This comes from mystic. Mama Dot Com full moon in Pisces for morning. Pisces conjuncture Neptune comes to cradle us in the feeling realms as our emotions swell with the tides you you ain't kidding mom. Sita Pisces is calling us to awaken compassion for our very selves and also to extend that grace two others. I WANNA take a deep breath in extending degrees to other irs because each of us no matter what it looks like back on the house side is fighting our own battles. This reminds me what something you always remind us about rookie right now. We don't have all the answers nobody does. We are all needing to be okay with not knowing how this is going to turn out. We could want to fall into despair wanting to escape the harsh realities. We are facing but this is where we find our deeper anchor. This is where we dig deeper to fully uncover recover our primal essence so that we can find our peace our president amidst the turmoil and haste our presence requires us to be perecent. I WanNa read a little bit of the summary details so let's see Masika. This was pretty long. Okay this from Leo White Horse. The challenge is that we are now at the height of the t square the moon poses not only the sun but also Venus Mercury Mars Marta self self is about to perfect an opposition to Neptune this this also can sometimes indicate the moment when we feel like giving up giving in isn't that interesting in comparison to the to the conversations we've been having the last week at his worst does aspect can beat insiduous whispers whispers such as what's the point. I can't do anything anyway. I don't know what to do so better to do nothing. I stuck everything. I never get anywhere. Everything everything is against me. This problem is too big. I think I've uttered all of these in the last week. self-defeating self talk can see motivation trickle away from before starts part of US wants to stick our heads in the sand spiritually bypass. Check out of checkout with a bottle of GIN yet. We can't see the picture and all the edge pieces seemed to be missing. Can you be okay with not knowing how all all of this fits together or how it's going to turn out. I'M GONNA leave it right there. I'm Alina Cliff Hanger and I'm going to fight you to check out the rest of this story and the summary when we post the show a little bit later on today that ginger saved because we had that conversation right before the show. I was like all the details the kiss we're not going to change it right but we can. We can just you know sometimes. Sometimes we have to watch it like a drama unfolds and just not let our emotions get tied up with that because it's entertaining and it's important to be knowledgeable about what's happening. It was then lowered deep this motion to get involved with all the things that are happening landis insisting yet again. I'm going to give very quick health wisdom. Do we need to do with music or anything or go for it. My Love Okay so there was a commute posted on facebook. and the mean says it's by someone named Gary Petka. He's an orthopedic surgeon and senior lecturer sure the University of Tasmania and basically the maim says sugar refined carbs and man-made fads like margarine. These these are the root cause of inflammation in a nutshell the cause of modern disease now one of my all time Favorite Doctors Sector Movie Mitch Mitchell you can to find a lot of his wisdom.

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"And I know this is a discussion as important to you and I and the way we apply in our lives right yes man and again this is connected to Marianne Williamson when this giant storm Dorian was approaching and I wanNA maybe backtrack a little bit because I want to also say that when I was listening listening to reports of this storm that was developing in the Caribbean and he had it even approached Puerto Rico or the Bahamas yet. I don't know about you but I was getting. The little antennas in my system were up and I felt very uncomfortable. May maybe was because of the cadence. I was listening to from the reporters and mind you. This wasn't even a big storm yet. All of a sudden it becomes this humongous storm and it does something no one's ever seen before not only became a category five but it stalled any indus this giant storm stalled over the Bahamas around Abaco Island for I believe eighteen hours moving one mile per hour the destruction on that island and and the numbers that are being reported as death toll do not match up because that I was completely that especially that area everything was just totaled now when when a catastrophe of this whether you want to I'm not even going to get into the conspiracy theory. If this was a man may storm even though this is part of me that questions if there are components of there is research out there right I think is where the warfare or that you know there is science that able to manipulate the weather this net interject something here okay so about a week ago. I actually watched video footage that was shot in in nineteen fifty nine or nineteen sixty as part of a Disney special that actually showed showed these systems that are used to track manipulate weather so it's not it's really isn't a conspiracy theory okay. This was information available. Back in nineteen not succeed whole book. Bill Rosetta brings it up. My community.

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

18:26 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"Have vanilla chocolate. Cappuccino Mountain River blend a light medium roasts and then a dark roast rose roles. Zita is really happy. Keep on coming with those cuff. AC- don't give so there's a lot to cover. I'm going to introduce my beautiful beautiful friend and sister who is live from Plano Texas me and the help me welcome Ruthie good morning maker. How are you today nothing and and that's my response you Ruthie. How am I today the day I'm going in a just say. That's the website like I'll awebber. Minka Weber do what you can what you have right now to make your whipper. Last week was one of those weeks rookie where I got got a lot of smack downs smackdown from the universe smackdown from human beings not not literally I just WanNa make that clear but but figuratively where human beings in your life show you their cards and I just have one word to say oh gee but then on the flip side we also had friends who showed up our tribe and you you know who you are and you know what this refers to and I just WanNa say thank you my sister and I really appreciate you guys and you know sometimes we we are all we wish that may be family and some of our lifelong friends would see us in a certain way and then we connect the people who don't know us for too long but they seem to treasure you and regard you in a way that the people that know you forever are unable to do so and I think this is the way that life balances. How does it make it perfect still hurts when you wish you would have how the support and understanding from people who love you and know you very well or related to you but you know dislike of we make our own decisions as we move forward and sometimes we the direction we feel called to go is not the direction that are the people who have known as for a really long time. That's not something that interests them and we have to be okay with that too so it's been definitely a week of lessons a week of endings and beginnings and Guyana Zell's. How are you guten. It was definitely a week. You know it's really funny because as we were discussing the breeze show. It's like you know that something's going to happen. You know somebody's nobody's GonNa say or do something in particular you just expecting. It and you're still surprised that it's it's Kinda like okay all right. You could be forewarned but it still stings so you just you know do your best let go and move forward moving forward even even with Some wounds are moving forward with some wounds. I'm going to be very honest. I have been at moved through emotions of deep sadness feeling feelings of betrayal and and those are hard feelings to hold so I'm holding space for myself while I moved through these emotions. Yes and you know it's practicing my medicine. What I share with you the tribe all of the time that year you know we definitely as humans are certain feelings. We don't WanNa feel like when feelings of betrayal when someone let you down or when loved ones WanNa initially you to dance their way in don't accept the way you show up like those those things really her and it's important to Holtz Holtz peace for yourself to move through the feelings and then you know when you're ready do Ashiq which Mama give ah go and for those of you that are listening that out of deep love you are basically giving giving unsolicited recommendations and advice to people you know back up Beca. It's not all about you right right. Just listen listen and respect somebody else's boundaries and respect affect other people's feelings because everybody has the choice he you know went. We went and social media and mainstream mm-hmm we it's this dichotomy of feelings and respecting people's feelings is upside down world because it feels like certain groups feelings feelings are coveted and must be protected or cause but there is this nastiness coming out of human beings that it is unbelievable to me and it's showing you where the the society the culture is going more. People are having hard time having face to face conversations like they'll go in all all in on on social media or maybe on a facebook comment or maybe you post something and they'll rip you to shreds but when they're in front of you it's like the cutest little butterfly the world such innocence. You know it's a whole lot easier to sit there anonymously and even if it's not anonymously behind a computer screen and just type away type type away. Ed's not so simple when you're facing that I so I think all of his needs less screen time and more people time as face to face to face absolutely and we you know ruthin. I don't get that face to face time. Though we get the soul vibe time here on Kasey debris Monday morning so but honey when we did get some face time look when we went to the conference straight we were like sitting there like like little girls at a slumber party sitting there talking until so late at night because we couldn't stop talking no longer and it translated because when people saw the feed you don't know well how many comments I got from people who are like wow it's amazing to me like people were really amazed at the fact that we've been doing the show for over seven years and we've only seen each of the four times and yet one of the most comments that we get offline and in person and you know an you know through an online is while there is this chemistry that you ruthie with the have there's some people no matter how long they know each other there aren't able to cultivate and so then we are testimony our friendship ensure bizzare testimony of if you know what if some of the things that have made this relationship with success. I think that Rudini we we respect our differences and we listen to each other and we don't try to mold the other one into something else but we also don't shy away from speaking the truth. Even though it's something that may be hurtful say it in a loving way but colitis ties. We tell each other things that are not not fun yeah but it's honest as it's loading and but you need that you need the I've i. I've tried that approach with certain people in my life like okay. I'M GONNA get into conversation and some people can handle handle into just disappear or you know they write you off. They cancel you our like the castle culture. I've definitely been cancelled by. Some of my friends ends and part of the reason or I've cancelled some of them and I think it's because of that manipulation is sake. This is who I am. Take me as I am or don't I'll be okay. Let's clear to to the point if not as dependable chip and then the butcher and I have to say I want to send a love shout to the tribe because you know I keep hearing comments that you love the new format you are like some of you were suffering when Ruthie and I took a little hiatus break and they would like keep it coming and I hear that you love and we surprise each other and like you know harmless favorite fan of course or he. We're his favourite show. I guess whatever sends us these reminders Are you running late when you start so today. We're a little bit late. We got our little reminder. Hey when's it gonna start so thank you. Thank you cheat. Oh He's definitely one of the Cup Zito team members and the way to get into the coffee break tribe is the heart is your intention is that you know wanting to an intending to walk with integrity and and and we love which is kind of why if we're ready to start jumping into some of the hot topics I think I'll forget just made up aw hip hop aboard the doomed. I don't want to do to whom to to to to okay so this is not necessarily news stories but I wanted to talk about Marianne Williamson in several in a couple of different ways as we know Marianne Williamson name SUNA someone that we've brought up here before right as a as a conversation piece we've read her our deepest fear quote which is is one of my favorites which is about you know speaking up and standing in your truth and I have to say I applaud Marianne Williamson for you're bringing does divine feminine energy to the Political Stage and I'm not I'm not talking to her. I'm not speaking about it as like this is a candidate. I'm supporting. I'm just saying I appreciate because we know that. Politics is in a state of where is it going. Is this Democrat Democratic Party Republican Party. Is it time to start speaking speaking about other options other parties and one of the things that excited me about this democratic debate cycle is seeing some of these very different voices for someone to be on that stage which sharks which shark energy where people people want to tear each other down and they're speaking and they're using words like love you just like imagine beyond the fact that she triggered so many any people she's still planting a very important seed of a potentially of how we can move forward. She is still oh highlighting. The fact that we are in deep need of healing another thing that I appreciate about Marianne Williamson is the fact that she very abruptly shared on that stage and it wasn't some it wasn't mainstream favorite moment when she was a wiki talking about this healthcare system but it's a sick sick care system right and I'm paraphrasing her words bunch raising awareness to the broken -ness of our system and I'm wondering right there Ruthie because I have different thought conversations about connected to marry Williamson if you wanted to. Maybe share the the your report on medical on the medical system the UNISOM research. There's there's a lot awful lot. Okay so I was going to start with the different story but I'll bring that towards the end so there's one story that was from the twelfth of September of this year which talks about when government runs healthcare and it highlights how there are Dr Systems in the world in different countries where the government actually runs the healthcare completely so this comes from Ireland and the the Tagline says long wait times for treatment or a problem for government healthcare systems like Britain's National Health Health Service but this article comes comes from Ireland from Dublin. When would you like to schedule your knee replacement surgery as my American doctor before I left Ireland for Ireland. I gave him a date the worst for me etc so he's talking about the different amounts of wait times that you could have in different countries right so is Ireland. Ireland isn't even a part of Britain's National Health Service. They've got their own system. then he looked at the different figures. I'm trying to get to the actual data on here. basically they have less than five million people in Ireland the population delicious the United States is over three hundred twenty nine million. If tiny Ireland can't make it work what makes so many of our politicians think that it's going to work in the the United States because according to this surgery delays are cheating elderly out of precious time you've gotta wait months and months and months for any kind of of medical procedure that you need and basically it's comparing the numbers okay so how in the world are we can have wonderful healthcare the air if we're waiting for everything rate. It's very good point yeah. Here's the question that endures according to this article article with governments doing so few things efficiently and in reasonable cause or why do so many people turned to it. I ray must virgo question. Why do you think that is I mean this has been the major thing we keep hearing over and over and over again. It's absolutely crazy absolutely crazy so I know that there's a lot of delays in Canada for people to get the health care and it goes on and on it it goes on and on so we don't necessarily want. I don't believe you've government run health care for me. It's more than that for me. It's also the privacy I mean. There is no privacy left. There is no privacy left. My dear done a gay okay so then there's another article that basically says. September government report shows two hundred six million dollars have have been paid so far in two thousand nineteen for vaccine injuries and death gate just this year and it's not even the years not over a yet okay and that comes from a website called vaccine impact but it comes from a report that is from the Department of Justice and is due to September six twin nineteen which is entitled vaccine injuries and deaths now. We know that the system system that was developed for doctors and medical professionals to report vaccine injuries which is called vars is very It's not US rely very much. Many doctors do not go in there and report vaccine injuries so we're not getting the full data. This is only the ones that went through the entire process. It's only the ones that actually one and it's very difficult to win. These cases his That's just an awful. It's just a really challenging challenging situation right there. I'm I'm so I'm going to provide the link for further research on that one as well because we've got more so then there was another article. Reuters has been doing in a series of reports called hidden injustice and there's one that basically the title is US court. Let's let's Merck does hide secrets about Popular Drugs Risks K. and if you go into that report it basically is talking about a drug called pro p. Shia and the lawsuits are claiming the baldness drug pro peace propitiate causes sexual problems and depression okay so there was evidence that was previously sealed by a judge judge that Reuters uncovered in order to get this report out so I will also include that lake for everybody it to be able to follow up because there's so many of these are not gonna go into detail on all of them. is just an awful lot then. RFK junior who has been battling the vaccine industry in court.

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"Live from Brooklyn. You're listening to golf as the break happy Monday. This is rally shamanists. Welcome to another break reroute the Iran in Hinton. Take a moment right now and invite the community to join us for this got this deep the brakes journey. Get your coffee and you're trying your soda your water. Whatever drink of choice and join us for this journey is going to be hot. Aw Jam packed shows. Are you ready Welcome back to the break. This is Rod shamanism stuff and today's show is called hidden injustice astral incites when talking about Crystals Marianne Williamson doing your research some medical stuff. That's questionable in medical research bring out. I mean you know we're living in the days of a lot of unveilings and it's really overwhelming and I know that sometimes you WANNA turn off but before I get into this show with you and we're route the. Let's and I'd like to invite you to my office confession last week. I was telling you about the beautiful delicious Colombian coffee that I was drinking and I also shared that I love gifts of cuff Acetyl in just one day I attracted four blessings of different coffee versions. Now I have vanilla chocolate..

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Outsider Marianne Williamson moves beyond the fringe in Democratic debate

Feminist Utopia

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Outsider Marianne Williamson moves beyond the fringe in Democratic debate

"I do feel we have to discuss marianne williamson in her much better performance in the second round of debates. The first rounded debates. I i've never actually seen the moment when somebody's edibles kicked in until i watched her and that debate <hes> it she overshot so been there done that so williamson's presence this last time was much better. She actually said stuff. I agreed with it feel slightly insane well. I was thinking you know even a broken. Clock is right twice a day and i kind of appreciated did some of those fringe candidates that you know aren't gonna make it but they're there for the sole purpose of holding the front runners hearst feet to the fire bringing up these hard things and raising these issues and her issue of reparations really <hes> resonated well she. You spoke honestly about race in a way that no candidates have really done until this election cycle. The fact that it's officially part of words platform or reparations plan plan and beto also spoke eloquently about race but i think williamson really got to the emotional part of it in a way that none of the other candidates stood when she was talking about we can't be wonky about this kind of stuff. We're not gonna reach people this way. We can't be insulting with our reparations offers. We behalf to understand that we caused great harm. This is a debt that is owed right and not in or grams or kickbacks the actual cash in the hand kind of reparations yes so i was pleased with that but she needs to go

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Welcome back is the Ben Shapiro shows the Democrats finally talk about race ended right after spending most of the night talking about healthcare and global warming and all sorts of other stuff and the person made vestige Marianne Williamson judge tried to pander and failed eight yeah this very awkward line where he said that the racial divide lives within me I like what the hell does that mean you're white dude what as an urban mayor serving a diverse community the racial divide lives within me now I'm not I don't know the hell that means then Elizabeth Warren it jumps in and she of course is going to to go as radical as you can because she's gonna out enthusiasm everybody we need to call out white supremacy for what it is domestic terrorism and it now with the president is in financing environmental racism economic racism criminal justice racism healthcare racism the way we do better is to fight back and show something better so I have a plan for example on edge okay what in the what okay so it's environmental racism is kind races neck and okay then Merion wings and stepped in and Marion Lynton actually makes a pitch again is spiritual in nature and that's when it comes to issues of race is actually more attractive there's million Williams and putting the slavery reparations question in a way that actually sounds more reasonable than the way Democrats are talking about it I assure you I live in west point what happens when not happening rose for it this is part of the dark underbelly of that we're having here tonight if you think.

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Here by force the legacy of slavery and segregation the question is alive and well in every aspect of the economy in the country it was that they're doing that Robert Francis Rourke otherwise known as Belo they're very foundation is country the wealth that we built was literally on the back to the somebody else Marianne Williamson she ran the numbers ani if every descendant of a slave had been given forty acres and a mule she actually ran the numbers on what that would be in today's dollars and it would get five hundred billion wouldn't even come close to covering what we all in reparations meet these people were just it's scary they're not they're lunatics and yet every time you heard the of audience employs junior stopped short and you realize that there are one way too many people that agree with the stuff and you know who you know what the biggest this will shock you well it may not you may have figured this out do you know what the biggest group that's the right way to say it the largest demographic group of extreme socialist liberalism is it's not African Americans it's not the feminazis it's not Hispanics you know who it is wealthy white liberals wealthy white liberals make up the largest percentage of extreme radical left wing socialism in the Democrat party now stop and think about for a moment rich white liberals now there's an obvious explanation for it but I wonder if you know what it is I mean you would think that it would be me people who think they've suffered nothing but grievance since they were born wealthy white liberals have no grievances the grievances they have they've had to make up the grievances they have are that guild feel over what our country this is a big city Darbo they feel horrible about it but the truth is the reason why well free I mean the uber wealthy white liberals are the largest group it's close there's other groups close to all but the largest group of extreme radical liberalism wealthy white liberals is because it's a strategy it's a way to keep everybody from demanding their money it it's a it's an insurance policy it is a way of making sure that whoever diesel live is the angry leftists are they don't attack them so they lead the charge in what Iraq got place this country is they lead the league in criticizing America for all of its injustice and unfairness and they do this to keep the hordes away and I'm sure some of them are so far gone that they believe it as well.

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Highlights and analysis of the debate

Left, Right & Center

11:35 min | 2 years ago

Highlights and analysis of the debate

"And center I'm Josh barro of New York magazine on the right is Megan McArdle of The Washington Post on the left is plain old also a columnist at The Washington Post and when it Lopez of business insider is our special guest all right so we talked about trade but obviously there was much much much more than trade whole lane who won these debates I'm I don't think anybody won these debates actual lay I think everybody I went through and read tons of commentary at one point and came to the absolute conclusion that everybody thought the candidate that they like the most won the debate I read impassioned defense you know a passion Biden won the debate Warren when the debate Sanders won the debate I even saw John Delaney won the debate I saw in this way I mean it was across the board and conversely people generally thought whoever they didn't like didn't do particularly well so you saw well you toward in Sanders only did well because they teamed up and you know they were against some lilliputian and you saw well by now only did well because you know he was against terror out send and so on and Harris only did well or you know whatnot because she wasn't fully attacked the way she deserved and so on down the line and I think it just sort of became a sort of wash and I think the pop that was the public's reaction to I mean barely anybody watch I think it had viewership of about eight million at fat and to be honest it's actually already it's Friday it's already kind of hard to remember very much of it so I mostly agree with that with two exceptions one is that I don't really think I saw anybody saying that they thought Kamel Harris had a good night even people who work fans of commerce he didn't work for her campaign you probably weren't saying that she won the debate and and then the flip side of that is I saw a lot of people saying they really thought Cory Booker did a good job in that sort of elevated himself above the the lower tier position that he had managed to hold on to in this debate I Meg and I know you wrote about Kamel Harris this week yes I think that there's no question that she lost the debate in in part because you know she her last debate she was definitely the clear winner rich she went into the debate point seven percent she comes out pulling at fifteen right that is a major move and that is because she she took the fight to Joe Biden sort of questioning him about his history opposing federal school busing efforts and people thought here is the fighter who can really dismantle trump on stage but the problem with that is that she then went into this debate as a front runner and people were gunning for her and it turns out that she's all offense and no defense and so when people started landing punches she was just reeling and really not able to mount an effective response on the other side of that I thought Elizabeth Warren did well enough I mean I think she slightly improved her position she looked very good but mostly she siphoning voters from Bernie who I think did not do well in this debate not because he did badly but merely because he's just holding steady it's not really widening as support Cory Booker I agree absolutely like god himself noticed finally after months and months of waiting for this to happen I think enter Yang also I don't think he's gonna be president but I think that you know he went into this debate with almost no one knowing who he is he made a couple of very well timed jokes sounded very coherent and you know plausible if not to me personally very convincing on things like his signature universal basic income initiative so I think there were a number of people who really committed this to be looking much better but in part that was because of what the for one of the sort of great white hopes came out looking much worse can can we and and I hope this is the last time in my life I ever have to say this phrase can we talk about and Yang for a moment alleluia the Ted talk version of politics yeah I I don't get it at all I don't get the people who are you know talking about you know good night friend Riang I mean I guess you know if you're if you're not really Yang gang if you're judging it like a like a high school debate competition and you know he won some points that might be right but the the problem with Andrew gang is that is central idea that virtually every problem in society is best addressed through universal basic income of a thousand dollars a month is both wrong on the merits and also it doesn't speak to any particular constituency in the Democratic Party and he has this idea that basically the problem is that our jobs are being automated away which is if it's if it's ever gonna happen it's not happening yet if that was what was happening you would see really fast productivity growth in the economic data because the robots would be doing all the things that people used to do and yet right productivity growth is actually pretty slow and then you know what what kind of Democrat is supposed to be into the entry on message if you you know if you just want things to go back to normal and you want a third Obama term he's not your guy if you're very concerned about inequality and the concentration of wealth in the hands of certain of a few powerful people of political and economic power he's not your guys you're very concerned about racial justice he's not your guy he said the sort of bizarre thing about how basically it's too late on climate change and we need to give people money so they can afford to move to higher ground I do not get at all what this suppose it gang constituency is supposed to be I've actually gone to so I went to an injury Yang rally so I can actually talk about this okay so you go to a rally right and it's a bunch of guys it's a thirty five and under many of whom like have to pause for a minute went before the answer a question like who did you vote for two thousand sixteen they often can't remember if they voted in the primary if you ask them if they very who they voted for in the general there's also this pause and then they also Hillary Clinton and I'm not convinced if that means they had to think about it whether they are voted for trump and no they shouldn't say that or if they actually like you to vote I mean I'm not convinced but I'm not convinced of any of those but what I think it does is it appeals to this kind of people who I don't wanna say they're disenfranchised because their tech guys by definition are not disenfranchised but they see themselves as disenfranchised and you know this is kind of you know vaguely lake we could rent okay higher episode on these guys right exactly taken over the internet this is not a large box and enter right now it's not all it and expect it might not even be a voting block is again as I said I'm not sure how many of them vote but you know this is a sort of stuff that looks really great on an internet chat board I mean this is like a plaque right exactly it's a platform for internet chat board it is a platform that appeals to people like engineers who lake systems with very simple rules right that's actually like I've been lot of libertarians in that camp rate is the lake extremely simple operating rules and then it's kind of set it and forget it government and I think it does appeal to those people and I should point out that while it is true that probably most the people coming out for him don't didn't vote in twenty sixteen certainly in a primary truck did pretty well in twenty sixteen by mobilizing those people because in fact even though they're not a big portion of the electorate the primary voters are not a big portion of the electorate and so if you can get people moving you can get a fairly small group to swamp primaries especially in early races that said I do not think enter Yang is gonna be present and at what I want to ask is like is that the point right so yes if you if if you're asking like why would he be doing this if it's not this kind of classic democratic lake little bit from column a little bit from column be little bit from column C. coalition building politics that is how democratic primaries usually work then yes it's it's not a good strategy but is the goal to actually become president or is the goal to get himself noticed to make himself higher profile to get his ideas on the board and I think he did that in that debate when I want to give you an opportunity to talk about anybody other than Andrea ang and Marianne Williamson I haven't you haven't gotten it yet on the on the one question what were your big takeaways went winners and losers my big take away is that the progressives won in the moderates just found it blocked they just sounded like they didn't have any answers and they sounded like they were not willing to make that the sweeping changes that I think a lot of Americans want to see I think that the progressives are right a lot of people are not happy with their health insurance as much as I hate to say bill de Blasio was right and I think that you know when you hear guys like John Delaney and Tim Ryan talk about confronting China on green tech or and the technological space at all they say things like well I'm going to hire a chief manufacturing officer it's like that's not a real plan Mister Ryan that's actually nothing you need to put your money where your mouth is China has spent ians and billions of dollars and has spent eight spent a lot of time planning their technological advancement the United States needs to at least match that effort to be able to go toe to toe with them to see what you want about the A. O. C. new green deal at least it matches the problem in scale even if you don't agree with that the actual mechanics of her plan and the moderates just sounded like they were petty like they didn't have any real solutions and that they were not up to the task of winning the next century or the next generation or whatever the next monumental thing it so here here's what I don't get about this if if the if the democratic primary electorate is is hungry for a bold progressive who wants to you know really radically re imagined what government is for once things like single payer health care that sort of thing white is Joe Biden have such a persistent poll lead I actually I thought it was it was weird how much of the analysis of this debate of the campaign generally has sort of glossed over the existence of Joe Biden there was a an op ed by Bret Stephens in The New York Times this week complaining that quote Democrats are not up to their historic responsibility unquote he's this you know conservative columnist who wants the Democrats to not be such a Liberal Party it is because he doesn't care for Donald Trump he's complaining you know you had John Delaney and Tim Ryan up there making these good points but nobody's voting for them but people are are are intending to vote for Joe Biden and you had Joe Biden up their forcefully pushing an incremental this message and pushing back on some of the ideas from the progressive candidates saying basically that if you take away employer provided health insurance the polls show that's on popular you're gonna get beaten up over that there are a lot of people who wants to insure that everyone has health insurance but who don't want to do that saying that a lot of these plans that involve big tax increases you have to tax the middle class for them and that's impractical and that that incremental is message basically saying you know we can't have maximum change here's what we did in the Obama administration was built on that that does seem to have a lot of appeal among voters in the democratic primary I point out that a lot of Biden's appeal at this point seems to be that people think he can beat trump and name name recognition in general were early yeah yeah we're we're not that early I mean to and Bernie Sanders has has very very high name recognition and had and as the champion of this message and Sanders is nowhere in the polls I kind of think of all these debates completely as prelude to September when we will finally get all of the major competitors on one stage and I think at that point you might finally see some movement among the competitors that is actual real movement and will hold as opposed to for instance after the first debate where Biden fell after fairly weak performance and then slowly crept back up as people kind of forgot about it so make in one of the things that we heard when you're having these conversations between the center candidates in the left candidates as you would talk about one of these ideas like like getting rid of employer provided health insurance and you would speak that someone would say that some popular and then the progressive candidate would say that's a Republican talking points this is not a Republican talking for it this has nothing to do with the Republic Republican talking ports your question is a Republican talking point we cannot keep with the Republican talking points on this you got to stop the thing is in what again the thing that I take from Joe Biden's poll lead is that

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"From Marianne Williamson an update to a story we covered earlier in the week the plight of Jimmy Anderson is a democratic state legislator a member of the assembly from Fitchburg in Dane county who is paralyzed from the neck down just down and requires use of a wheelchair obviously he was in just a devastating car crashes family was hit by a drunk driver this crash killed his mother his father and his brother he was the the only survivor he suffered horrific injuries and he is now the subject of a number of national stories all with the same bent Anderson went public you went to the media with his complaint about robin Voss not allowing him to phone in to committee hearings to assembly functions to anything because Anderson says that look he can't be in his chair for so long that he can't be attending these late night sessions where he is going to be in the chair for eight nine hours at a stretch you just can't do it he physically cannot do it and of course think progress the hill I believe the Washington post is now picked up on this story as well and all of the tone and tenor of the coverage has been of course look at these mean Republicans who hate people in wheelchairs who will not accommodate the disabled who think that that that that that they are to people worthy of respect and rights if however you dig a little deeper in none of this coverage will you find out that in twenty seventeen and sin actually voted for the rules that bar legislators from phoning in two meetings yeah yesterday Anderson was on the W. T. M. J. Wisconsin's afternoon news program with John Mercure into more curious credit he asked him about this vote and he said look you voted for these rules you voted not to allow legislators to phone into meetings why Anderson's response was telling he said look in twenty seventeen I had just been elected to the assembly I didn't know what went into being a legislator I didn't know the physical demands of my job I didn't know that I would need this sort of accommodation back that it if he didn't know what he was getting into and didn't understand the physical requirements of the job there's only so much that the Americans with disabilities act can do for instance Anderson in couldn't work in say construction because he couldn't beat up on a steel girder working on a building that's that's a physical reality now the ATA requires that if he's working in a in a construction job and he hi is like a four person he's a foreman he you know there need to be accommodations made for him that that is a requirement of the law but the the fundamental characteristic of the job does it need to be changed Anderson himself seem to recognize this and said look we we can't have legislators phoning in two hearings it's just the logistics of that is a nightmare and it okay if Andersen's allowed to do it because of his disability well what about a legislator far from a far flung part of the state Saint Croix county she can't get a babysitter should she be allowed to phone in as well this is a serious debate and I believe there is going to be a resolution here there's going to be some form of compromise struck between assembly Republicans and Jimmy Anderson and this isn't going to be as as big of a crisis as the national media is now starting to to to make it into but it is interesting that there was only one news source the the question from John or cure that even in reference to this vote and.

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South Bend Indiana, Massachusetts And Bernie Sanders discussed on Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

01:30 min | 2 years ago

South Bend Indiana, Massachusetts And Bernie Sanders discussed on Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

"All right to debut night of a two night debate tonight is the second half with the second ten candidates Steve balik Montana governor and mayor Pete but a judge of south bend Indiana former Maryland Rep John Delaney who looks very much like will Ferrell to me former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar former Texas rap at Rourke Ohio rep Tim Ryan Vermont senator Bernie Sanders Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren and author and friend of Oprah Marianne Williamson all right last night's debate what's your take well and you do just to the roster for was there and you'll be saying goodbye probably the most of those people before September comes around the next debate just because of what it takes to qualify for that next debate the making it tougher you know what you had last night one of the questions was what everybody go after Joe Biden even though he wasn't there he's the front runner answer is nobody touched up last night was a battle between the progressives which would be Warren and Sanders and then pretty much everybody else being moderate voices and how would that play in a party that's wanting to be more progressive that seemingly wants to take that leap to the last waltz what happened last night was that Sanders and Warren seem to have a pact with each other not to attack each other for that progressive spot and what you had was everybody else basically saying look this Medicare for all plan you want to do it doesn't work people don't want to give up insurance when they're happy with it they took some hits they held their own but I think the moderates also put a focus on what the future will hold in terms of

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Marianne Williamson Tops Google Searches of Candidates After Second Democratic Debate

Hugh Hewitt

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Marianne Williamson Tops Google Searches of Candidates After Second Democratic Debate

"A moment but I do want to give you a little bit of what I promised into used in the last segment there and that is a little bit if you did not watcher of the the star of the Democrats debate it wasn't Elizabeth Warren wasn't Bernie Sanders it wasn't Robert Francis o'rourke it was not mayor Pete people to judge the star of the debate according to virtually everyone was Marianne Williamson who yeah author Marianne Williamson who was the most Google candor it after that debate during and after that candidate among the entire ten that were on the stage last night she took the internet by storm his people you know listen to or and and and get you some in a mocking way and some just in a in an amazing way listen to her talk about some of the strangest things including psychic forces dark psychic forces that are controlling via the trump administration and and even are behind the flint water crisis listen to Marianne Williamson on the stage last night could fifteen all the water crisis is that is just the tip of the iceberg I was recently in Denmark South Carolina where it is there's a lot of talk about it being the next flint we we have an administration that is god and the clean water act we have communities particularly communities of color and disadvantaged communities all over this country who are suffering from environmental injustice I assure you I live in Grosse Pointe what happened in flint would not happening rose for it this is part of the dark underbelly of the we're having here tonight if you think it is walking this is going to deal with this dark side could force of the collectivized hatred that this president is bringing up in this country and I'm afraid that the Democrats are going to see some very dark days we need to say it like it is it's bigger than flat it's all over this country is particularly people of caller ID particularly people who do not have the money to fight back and if the Democrats don't start say in it the why would those people feel that they're there for us I'm sorry the more high pitch you got the faster she went give her a channel yeah no kidding that was some kind of special particularly the the environmental intolerance or environmental injustice and particularly out is targeting minorities now she has made it very very clear that she you know the only in road she's gonna have into this thing is to identity politics our way through and and try to pander for every black vote she can get you mention that black and Latino and minority votes period but to particularly the black vote which is why cut number twelve is so important as well first of all it's not five hundred billion dollars in financial assistance it's five hundred billion dollars two hundred to five hundred million dollars payment of a debt that is that is what reparations we need to be telling when it comes we don't need another commission to look at evidence I appreciate what congressman over his head it is time for us to simply realized that this country will not heal all the country is a collection of people people hill when there's some deep truth telling we need to recognize that when it comes to the economic gap between blacks and whites in America it does come from a great injustice that has never been dealt with that great a job has had to do with the fact that there was two hundred and fifty years of slavery followed by another hundred hundred years of domestic terrorism what makes me qualified to say two hundred to five hundred billion dollars I'll tell you what makes me qualified if you did the math of the forty acres and a mule given that that was four to five million slaves at the end of and for every family of four if you did the math today would be trillions of dollars and I believe that anything less than a hundred billion dollars is is an insult and I believe the two hundred to five hundred billion is is politically feasible today because so many Americans realize there is an injustice that continues to form a Thomas city underneath the surface and the most single turbulence thank you very much senator emotional turbulence two and what's fascinating about all of that in in its insanity is she's talking about forty acres and a mule she's talking about the sleeves of that were they were freed an emancipated in eighteen sixty five and she's talking about exactly how many of them that are still alive today to claim their payments see if we did reparations in eighteen sixty six we'd have a discussion but the fact that not one single taxpayer to bury held slaves not one single beneficiary of so called reparations worse in slave we have a very different conversation than we had

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Janet CNN, Marianne Williamson And White House discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Janet CNN, Marianne Williamson And White House discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"Janet CNN's democratic presidential debate in Detroit offer Marianne Williamson was one of ten candidates taking shots at the current occupant of the White House if you think any of those walking this is going to deal with this dark psychic force of the collectivized hatred that this president is bringing up in this country and I'm afraid that the Democrats are going to see some very dark days senator Bernie Sanders said the way to beat Donald Trump is with bold solutions like cancelling student loan debt for example we need to bring millions of young people into the political process in a way that we have never seen by among other things thank you and universities which are free and cancelling

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Second Debate Lineup: Warren and Bernie Face Off, Kamala and Biden Get a Rematch

Hugh Hewitt

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Second Debate Lineup: Warren and Bernie Face Off, Kamala and Biden Get a Rematch

"The second round line up for the democratic debates he is all set to debate you're being held over two nights July thirtieth and thirty first in Detroit senators Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren headlined the first night along with senator any club which are better Rourke mayor Pete but a judge governor Steve bullet congressman Tim Ryan former governor John Hickenlooper former congressman John Delaney an author Marianne Williamson former vice president Joe Biden and senator Carl Harris are matched again in ninety two but senator Cory Booker entrepreneur injury Yang Julian Castro mayor bill de Blasio senator Michael Bennet congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard senator Kirsten Gillibrand governor Jay Inslee Rhonda rocks to

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Think it's that Marianne Williamson hasn't been dispatched yet you know the hippie band from the seventies love conquers all get rid of everything with love and so forth this is got some people curious you know where does that fit in the in the Democrat party well it fits in in a previous hero of the Democrat party although not now this is Dan in Lansing Michigan as we head back to the phones great to have you hello thank I just wonder it's nice to have one sunshine here in Michigan in this free land that we have and I'll actually out my mom and dad's dad was a World War two vet and the navy and my mom was one of the roles of workers and they're still alive been married seventeen years so as of all star father I so my parents worked for the winning feeling that okay you learn from your parents what the word what what does it really mean well I grew up brushes the fact is that you know we talk about all these politicians and their tracker sees that the Democrats have is that and why did they write what is the purpose why are they trying to be trained if they don't care who wins or loses they just want to forget their agenda and their package you had a such that it's just amazing dad was in World War two they won the war we will be a family church and all that he came home and did what he did the other was a lawyer in during Vietnam same thing we do know we want to win and the show was in Afghanistan so the idea of winning is not to be inhumane it's the fact that there's some serious pride in this country in being a speaker now if traveling the country I've seen patriotism across this country that people don't you ever see and they won't ever be televised okay so you're talking about winning and warm because I was Democrats want to win and and you're saying they talk about winning not making the younger Tom at war I have that the Democrats use phrase like imposing freedom on people that we have done that the United States has imposed its way of life in post how do you oppose freedom on people freedom is not an imposition the fact is that the Democrats aims and this is this is even beyond the current era of the American left Democrat party they have they have not been upset with America losing Milik look at look at the way they tried to secure or defeat for America in the Iraq war anything that allows the left of the Democratic Party to point fingers at them at the military and tune in to be critical of it why did they will take that every chance they get even if it means the United States losing a battle or losing a war and I can tell the generation your from resents the hell out of that.

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Two weeks with Marianne Williamson have you seen her tweets to this we went to this last week she's the one who's running for president and told president trump that she's going to harness love did you did you miss this did you miss her closing statement forty second here we haven't talked more tonight about how we're going to be Donald Trump I have an idea about Donald Trump Donald Trump is not going to be beaten just fight insider politics talk he's not going to be beaten just by somebody who has plans he's going to be beaten by somebody who has an idea what this man has done this man is reaching to the psyche and he's harnessed fear for political purposes so Mister president if you're listening I want you to hear me please you have a harness fear for political purposes and only love can cast set out hi Sir I have a feeling you know what you're doing I'm going to harness love for political purposes I will meet you on that field and Sir love will win how could you not just be overjoyed by that how could you not I feel inspired and then I was like he sees this person what are what are tweets look like.

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Tweets with Marianne Williamson have you seen her tweets to this we went to this last week she's the one who's running for president and sold the president trump that she's going to harness love did you did you miss this did you miss her closing statement forty five seconds here we haven't talked more tonight about how we're going to be Donald Trump I have an idea about Donald Trump not going to be beaten just by inside politics talk he's not going to be being just by somebody who has plans he's going to be beaten by somebody who has an idea what this man has done this man is reach into the psyche of the American people and he's harnessed fear for political purposes so Mister president if you're listening I want you to hear me please you have a harness fear for political purposes and only love can cast set out so I Sir I have a feeling you know what you're doing I'm going to harness loves for political purposes I will meet you on that field and serve love will win how could you not just be overjoyed by that how could you not and I'm I feel inspired and then I was like he sees this person what are what are tweets look like.

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Democratic candidates debate in Florida to kick off the 2020 election

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Democratic candidates debate in Florida to kick off the 2020 election

"The second batch of democratic presidential candidates gathered in miami for their first debate last night former colorado governor john hickenlooper warned that the democratic socialism embraced by some of the hopefuls could hurt the party against republicans senator kamala harris referenced her experience as former attorney general of california we need a nominee who has the ability to prosecute the case against four more years of donald trump and i will do that former vice president joe biden was confronted by spell democrats from the outset including on foreign policy by vermont senator bernie sanders voted for that wall helped lead the opposition to that which is a total disaster mr biden was also pressed by thirty eight year old california congressman eric swallow who urged him to pass the torch and allow younger democrats to lead the party tough start for marianne williamson who had two week twenty seven minutes to make her first

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Bernie sanders joe biden kamla harris kirsten gillibrand people to judge people who are closer to the front and then every everyone else he andrew yang on stage hickenlooper michael bennett this is off the top man i remember i miss in marianne williamson and eric swallow he's on the other end but marianne williamson i want to pause her for a moment because every time she was speaking i could just see n._b._c. watching as their viewers were disappearing like the control remembering okay get away from marianne whatever you can do it's the opposite it was it was like a train wreck you couldn't help but but look at it she's an author and she's written thirteen bucks she has four new york times bestsellers but she is she's like into some zany stuff and she's everything is very poetic for her i mean listen you wanna hear her closing statement question is she from california because i feels in a lot of blanks doesn't it assure if he's from california yes all right well we'll get to that in a moment but i listen to our closing statement i'll give you revile he's not going to be beaten despite somebody who has plans he's going to be beaten by somebody who has an idea what this man has done this man has reached into the psyche of the american people and he's harnessed fear for political purposes so mr president if you're listening i want you to hear me place you have harnessed fear for political purposes and only love and cast off so is sir i have a feeling you know what you're doing i'm going to harness love for political purposes i will meet you on that field and surf love will join a basket of of rose petals and started throwing them all over the state shake a temporary yes Contemporary tapping and against. what are you doing yes she did she went to pomona college in california she unsuccessfully ran for the united states house of representatives in two thousand fourteen in california although she was born in houston texas she she abandoned texas for california some of the some of the comments about her love is all there is anything else as the absence of love manifested as trump ism go marianne ready for the shift to love in politics we can be the change we need here's another one when you're not famous enough to be a guest on bill maher's show but you somehow get a spot at the debate over an elected governor i know like seth moulton role what is the hell williams it gets to be on the stage and i don't who are you and why does no one talk about you i'd like to hear more i i was looking in the quest to figure out who the heck she is i've discovered a range of quotes of buzzfeed reporter showed these and some of them are hilarious it's like old tweets of hers though very spiritual like fortune cookies when you're missing someone no it just means that on a soul level they've come to visit if you think about is pretty deep very on another one tap tap into place for you a grey sky is actually a blue sky covered up by gray clouds a guilty person is actually an innocent soul covered up by mistaken behavior this is pretty deep well here's some more comments about her motto if the unqualified person currently in offices terrible why not vote for me an unqualified female this time Go contemplate your own naval with Oprah. We have business to do. For we have business to do here. oh and then we've got more men than there was this rift she did last night about john f. kennedy in the moonshot and i was like my head in my hands like when is this going to end her here's marianne williamson on john f. kennedy sustainable energy future of the planet that's burn Topic. Should pass the torch you swallow generation that's going to feel the effects. Invented enough. Thank you. Part one. Moment. Just trust us in this. doesn't mean you don't have old ideas kennedy john kennedy say john kennedy did not say i have a plan to get a man to the moon and so we're going to do it and i think we can all work together and maybe a man on the move john kennedy said by the end of this decade we are going to put a man on the move because sean kennedy was back in the day when politics included the people in included imagination and included great dreams and included great plans i'm not making the political plans but i've had a career harnessing the inspiration and the motivation and the excitement of people when we know that when we say we're going to turn a dirty economy economy we're gonna have a green new deal we're gonna create millions of jobs we're gonna do this within the next twelve years because i'm not interested in just winning the next election we are grandchildren we're gonna sneak in a break in chuck todd's like please pie hole close it please i'm begging you well someone said here stands brilliant will someone notice a strong able intelligent persistent woman who will use the intelligence of others did you notice she's gonna use the intelligence of others i have a she had this the one of her riffs in the vet j._f._k. was like john f. kennedy never asked us to work together he just said we're going gonna we're going to do it i'm pretty sure john f. kennedy said ask not what your country can do for you ask what you can do for your country i mean i may have that wrong the majority of people wrote here that it's a publicity stunt for her upcoming book that's all this is i hope it sells well well it's free advertising people who think she's brilliant so they'll buy the book get the healing crystals to this or them in seven twenty-three w mail way of looking at it and i wanted to run it.

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on Free Cookies

Free Cookies

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on Free Cookies

"Yeah. I just mean when people jab, and they're like, well, what about this? What about this? I mean, everyone she is to approach everyone like your potential vote. Yes. And that person is going to toss things out. What do you think about this? What do you think about this testing whether or not her answers, and her perspective is one that you want to move forward with in the voting process. And so I think regardless of that one piece, right? Like, this are all she has our support. We are fascinated by her yet. We don't know for vote for her yet, but she has her support because her message is absolutely needed imperative in the world that we're in right now, regardless of whether she gets the nominee or not she's a fascinating woman with a fantastic diagnostic of what our country is experiencing right now and potentially the cure. And the reason we bring up kind of that question Mark that we just discussed with simply because we want you guys as listeners as you. Listen to this interview, we want to know if we're flawed in how we're diagnosing the American like landscape as well. And like where you guys come down on what you think about what she has to say. And where her campaign is at right now. So this is a really fascinating one. We look forward to you listening. We look forward. You're leasing years opening we look forward to your feedback. It's been a while guys. Marianne Williamson everybody riding a fella down. We are sitting here in the flesh with Marianne Williamson. So we're just going to dive right in. I read something recently that you cringe at being called in new age, author or speaker. Well, no, I don't cringe at been called a new age, author or speaker, the the term new age has been used and continues to be used to minimize somebody's work. I think that has certainly been my experience over thirty years at this point. I don't cringe because. After thirty years, you just kind of accepted. I it's more. I roll my eyes. Now. Sure. But it is. It's a serious marginalization technique mean as soon as you say new age, many serious, people assume intellectually light way. Kind of. Woo. And silliness. And y'all that's that's unfortunate. And has on a professional level over the years. It's hurt me professionally, you know, commercially like, oh, she's not a deep thinker. So on the level not only of my career. But also my ego, which is something to just burn through. But yes, so how we love to start the show with all of our guest, and everyone's just heard your bio, your professional bio, but with I don't know. I don't always we don't always feel the same way about our bio about how we are currently. So how would you describe to the listeners and non-professional bio terminology?.

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on Free Cookies

Free Cookies

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on Free Cookies

"I mean, we did just nominate out of Charleston a Matic Elsa remembers bitty drop. A you big sea of radio we're going to try to bring you. Joe Cunningham this season, by the way. So we had a really awesome conversation with Marianne Williamson. And those of you who might be skeptical about her bid for the presidential nominee. I think you stick around because she has a lot of we were to at the beginning. A really articulate points about our history campaign promises. She wants to make what the cornerstone pieces of her campaign will be I do think that we should before we just played Erie. We should. Dissect one piece of the interview that I think we still have question marks about we tried to push back on this one thing. And let me let me let me late up before you jump into your is this. So with Marianne the one place where we were concerned was her belief that the country is ready to talk about spirituality and mindfulness in the ways that she's talking about the verbiage is having this kind of core of wellness and mindfulness be at the center of her campaign. And I had question marks about a lot of friends. I grew up with them people in my life who when they hear the term mindfulness. It's almost acquainted with like urban elite and all of these shutdown like buzzwords that people here like privilege, and they don't actually respond well to them. And I think mindfulness is one of those words in this concept that everyone's ready for mindfulness. We tried to push back on that issue. But at some point you throw enough. Questions out there. And you're like, but what about this? What about this? You have to let it go. And I know you tried to sit one in in this particular conversation, you tried to give one example that you want to delete it out because you were so mad at yourself. Yeah. I was really mad at myself because I think if I were to describe Marianne in one sentence, I would say she's fierce and genius. Yeah. And I think maybe some of the more genius people are to be feared. I mean, she is a teeny tiny my height five foot two powerhouse of a human. And I think in many ways, she's obviously not a yoga teacher. But I do think of her as a senior teacher to me as we come from similar umbrella worlds of wellness or spirituality. So whenever I'm around someone who I think is senior to me well in general, but specifically within my world, I want to be the student. I want to be respectful, you know, I don't want to cross them. And I just gave her a specific instance that actually happened to me. And my take away from that. And you will hear it. I'm not gonna even tell you what it was because I'm sure you've pointed out where she basically, it was like, do you really think that's a good example? You really think that's what it was like I'm like well yellow it was kind of there. So yes. But I say that I was like, oh, yeah. You're right. It wasn't really about example. My god. And I had time to really sit in my little mudpit after that. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. What happened? I don't necessarily thinking. I was like metaphorical mudpit you rallies in my spiritual pig pen afterwards. And I was like I'm on someone throw me some food and making me feel better. I anyway, we're just gonna let go with that one. So I was just trying to be respectful, and in that moment was like, wow. This is not really the time to be. It's not a lack of respect. It's just a no this is actually what happened to me. And you need to. Validate my experience and be with something as important as this upcoming presidential election. Like, you you gotta throw punches because obviously metaphorical punches because he ready to respond to the punches..

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"Would we be giving so many more resources in the direction of preparing for war? And so few comparatively resources in the direction of building peace. What you just said if we do not translate that into what it would mean in political terms than I fear for the future of democracy, and I fear for the future of the human race. And you said to blend love and politics is indeed a day. Shas politics is a fear based pursuit in America today. And love is the only thing that fear. Fears loves the ultimate political rebellion. That's what you're doing. Your uncle on said we cannot afford to be materially rich and spiritually poor. And that's what we are right now, and yet is dementia. Well, that is what we are not as people. I think we're good and decent people. But in terms of how our government operates where it's bottom line is profit maximization for multinational corporation to where the primary donors where that is the bottom line. I don't believe that is a problem that is a spiritual problem. It means we have swerved from the ethics of our democracy and the ethics of inherent in any kind of right minded capitalism. And I believe that I return to the moral values and the ethical values. If you say government of the people for the people for the people the founding of American democracy was not just a political step forward. It was a moral and spiritual step forward for the human race. We should not be run like a business. We should be run like a family. This was a philosophical notion. Speaking of the constitution, James, Madison. Who wrote the constitution was not a lawyer? He studied philosophy and Hebrew at Princeton. These are deep philosophical notions. If you leave out what is it to be good? What is it to be loving? What is it to be righteous? What is it in is it to be right minded relationship with each other? What is it to be right-minded relationship with the earth? If we leave those questions out of our political conversation, then our political conversation goes where it has gone in an amoral direction and a morality is essentially beastly. You're saying really come home. After exactly what I'm saying. That's exactly what I'm saying. Come home. Thank you. Let's gather round the table. Let's talk because these are the issues and ticks is narrow this is broad. This is holistic come home and to come home to those first principles that John Adams said we must revisit that. All men are created equal that God gave all of us, unalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The governments were instituted to to secure those rights, you know, in the Jewish religion. It says every generation must rediscovered God for itself, and every generation must rediscover our love and our commitment to democracy. They can't just be principles on marble walls. They can't just be principles on documents. They have to be principles fired up in our hearts or this whole thing begins to unravel and did has begun to unravel. And I believe the greatest qualification for presidency at this time would be someone who knows how to relieve. Those ideas within the human heart. You scared. I am appropriately nervous. But I'm not as scared as I am for the fate of my country. If our direction does not change. Amen Marianne Williamson you'll continue to come back and talk to us about how you're doing. Thank you. How it feels? And whether you think you're actually re weaving our country and other it's coming home. Thank you Moran. Marianne williamson. Always pleasure. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of meaningful conversations and thanks to Marianne Williamson for joining me. If you're looking for more inspiration and words of.

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"marianne williamson" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"marianne williamson" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"Off. So don't lose the ten percent off. Marianne Williamson is someone I've been friends with for a long time. Her profound work is a bestselling author and lecturer has touched the lives of millions myself included. At her words have got many of us thinking about love, faith, suffering healing, and the meaning of our one precious life. I'm so blessed that it got a chance to sit down and speak with her for this podcast. Because like so many of us Marianne is continuing to evolve and challenge yourself to find new ways to move humanity forward. She has a big announcement about her next chapter of life today. And we talk more about that in this episode. So let's dive in. Welcome to meaningful conversations, the kind of conversations I love to have. And I've had a few with our next guest to is the Queen of meaningful conversations. Marianne Williamson prolific writer, a political activist a friend and someone who has really gotten a lot of people to think about the concept of meaning the concept of God, the concept of healing. Why? We're here what we're doing. So welcome while thank you so much Maria. Thank you, the honour. Well, you have been in so many different areas. And you're so concerned, I know about the soul of our country. Where do you think we are right now in the United States when it comes to the soul of the country? We're having an identity crisis. It's an existential crisis that is fundamentally spiritual in nature, but we keep trying to contextualize it within traditional political terms. And when. Einstein said, you can't solve the problems of the world from the level of thinking that you were out when you created them. Right. That's very relevant to the times in which we live because the deepest problem with America. You know, sometimes the issues are not the issue. There's a deeper issue always in it's a soul conversation, and we keep trying to have it within the purview of mere external events and external events are the effect. What's happening deep inside, and the soul and the spirit and the heart in the psyche. That's the causal level of things. So for instance, the reason both the democratic and Republican establishment elite were gobsmacked by Donald Trump is because they didn't register what was going on deep inside people. That's not on their pallet..

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