12 Burst results for "Martinez Louis"

"martinez louis" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Them so for a lot of people. It's just a way to appear more accomplished more successful, more worldly or more in other words. These the people who collect the click they. WanNa be worshipped as opposed to lead a group of people. They don't want to be a part of something. They want to be the head of it. They want their minions to engage with each other, and they do a lot of things to stroke their own ego, even though there's a slippery slope between self promotion and becoming a narcissist. They're pretty easy to spot because they rarely want you to notice anything other. Than them and they will attack and be aggressive and ask. All of the other minions were lifers are supporters to agree with them that this person or this tactic is bad, and they'll spend a great deal of time. Making sure that everybody agrees, but I'm right. Everybody is clear that we're just looking at me. They're very rarely lifting one person up. Who might be able to steal their thunder? They really don't want anyone to go above them because they habitually want to be on that pedestal. They need all of the attention. You know. I love to give you either something to think about or something to do. I just wanted to give you something to think about whether. It's self, reflection or taking a look at some of the people online that you feel like you're in a relationship with so what are some of the most potentially dangerous signs of someone with characteristics of a narcissistic personality disorder? Number One. It's a one way street they want. The conversation focused on them. They usually lack empathy for other people their imposters and they're so caught up in pretending to be something that they're not that. They wrapped up in their own drama, and they always lack the ability to see things from another person's perspective. These type of narcissist are obsessed with rank status recognition. How many followers they have! It's a boast fest. And they'll stop at nothing to get more of it. They always need to be in the limelight. No matter what's happening. These type of narcissists are incredibly defensive and hypersensitive to any opinion that varies from there's and they're hyper sensitive in defensive about anything that feels like criticism. These people tend to protect their own self esteem by launching into a tax on anyone who might disagree with them. They will publicly criticize them and then try to get everybody else involved just so that we can all be clear I'm right. And those other people are wrong, and it's almost like a warning like, and don't you dare? Try to disagree with me either, or this could happen to you. narcissist tend to indulge themselves in acts of exhibition, so that means these are the people who they tend to think everything about themselves in their lives is interesting. So they'll just do absolutely anything, sometimes at a risk of exposing too much, you'll hear the phrase unquote. Drop their pants or all press is good. Press meeting like it doesn't matter how bad it is as long as people are talking about me, then I've got everyone's attention, so they'll open up sometimes about aries of their past or things that they've done in a way. That's not helpful or healing to others, but it's just to grab everyone's attention, or they'll engage in these history onic battles where. Where they pick one thing, and it becomes their battlecry, so the everybody can get behind it. These type of individuals are not forgiving. They have arch enemies, and they're not going to let you forget about it. It's all or nothing, so these are the folks who will go on twitter and battle with someone, and they'll never ever ever forget what this person said to them, and lastly, and this one's pretty important. The most dangerous type of narcissist doesn't want you to look at or follow anyone else. No matter how well aligned their views, their style, their personality or anything else they just do not want you to pay attention to anyone but them, and so they demand loyalty on the part of their fans and followers. It feels like betrayal. It feels like you're back in grade. They want everyone to declare whose team they're on, or they will quote unquote. Get on the bad list. These are clearly not team players, not rooting for everybody else. This is a team of one. Dr. Linda Martinez Louis. She's the author of the Book High Level Narcissism. She wrote this. The narcissist experience of emotional emptiness is beyond longing or sadness. It's a severe and intractable, wounding a pain so savage and so deep that it seems intolerable to them. The psychological landscape of the narcissist is bleak. He has no inner resource to sustain himself. He cannot turn to himself or others, real affection or solace, although he enjoys the transient loyalty of dedicated followers. There's no one who he really feels cares about him. San Interesting that's from a simple book written in two thousand and ten. The question is what do we do about it well number one. We've just got to be self aware. It was a good eye opening experience for me to go through the preparation for this podcast. Look at my own behaviors, and Kinda put myself in check and realize some of the stuff. I am doing in question myself in saying. Why am I doing it? I say it's because it builds my business and it does in his that the honest answer. I truly want you to look at everyone and anyone who can make your life better. If there's someone who knows more and inspires you..

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"martinez louis" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"About. And that's who he was speaking to today. Erin, maybe C news political analyst Steve Roberts, Owen some ways. This does Mark a new phase of his presidency is a test the limits of presidential power and the separation of powers. You're listening to win ABC news special national emergency from ABC news headquarters. Here is correspondent Aaron Katersky. As part of the spending Bill that avoided another government shutdown. Congress approved a limited amount of funding for the president's border wall. One point four billion by declaring an emergency. The president is attempting to redirect billions more from other sources and additional six and a half billion using executive in emergency powers. Most of that's going to come from the Pentagon where we're joined by ABC's Louis Martinez. Louis this money was in some ways meant for military construction and counternarcotics Aaron what we know is that there are two funds that they're looking at one is the military construction fund is is anything from school building to daycare centers to family housing for military members to large-scale projects like airport runways helicopter pads. It's the full gamut who the Pentagon still hasn't been able to. Tell us exactly what funds will be used towards at three and a half billion dollars that will be redirected towards the border wall. There's another funding of two and a half billion dollars. It's gonna come from the efforts of counternarcotics that depending on has been carrying out for the last twenty years or so that fund right now currently has about five hundred million to seven hundred million. But what the White House tells us is that they will have two and a half billion dollars in that fund. And that means that depending on is going to redirect money from elsewhere in the Pentagon spending towards that fund. And then we'll make it available towards the d h s so two things going on here. But very little in terms of specifics right now, I think all they know right now is this top line guidance about from the White House, and then they're going to have to find the programs and the money that's going to be directed towards those efforts. Are there any sacred cows that just can't be touched? It's interesting because we heard from senior administration officials at they they're looking at what they call lower priority projects projects that may be about to be. Included. They may be finished in the short term, and that the money that they're redirecting from here, depending on from military construction will probably be backfilled in the next year's budget. That's their goal now. Of course, that's going to be something that the congress has to get involved with in terms of golden cows. Let's forget how a lot of these military construction projects end up in the defense Bill to start with these are home projects hometown projects for many of the members of congress. So if there's something there that is going to be touched, and that these members of congress are going to be upset about because it took them a lot of effort to get into that Bill. They might you might get some pushback on that. But I think in terms of military construction, I think one of the big things that we took away from this week was that the the state of military housing for families. We had that congressional hearing up there on the hill where a military family members talks about this is really the bad state of housing in some quarters, and you got some support from the Pentagon. I think if you take away money from there. That might be something that might raise hackles every or somewhere else. Broadly. There have also been some concerns raised by legal experts that the military is not generally authorized to conduct domestic security operations absent that authorization from congress. Is there a concern about re appropriating money because of the president's declaration? There are definitely concerns that are being raised with regards to the emergency up on Capitol Hill. But what the interesting thing is that attending on every year has latitude to move around or shift around funding that has already been appropriated by congress. What we're talking about? Here is a cap of about four billion dollars a year that depending on can shift around little by little I without having to get a additional reauthorization from congress. So it's interesting that's the methodology that the White House is using here boats. What's even more interesting is how they do that in order for congress? Not to get involved, you shift the money around in pockets of between ten and. Thirty million dollars anything over thirty million dollars triggers congressional oversight. So in order to get money into that kinda and colleagues fund what they're gonna do is they're going to take probably from eighty programs somewhere in the in the neighborhood of ten million or thirty million from each program to shifted towards counter-narcotics all against so that they don't get that congressional oversight. So it there are some hesitation neither is a lot of hesitation that you're seeing on the part of members of congress and elsewhere. We know that the ACLU is already saying that they're going to challenge this in court. So there's widespread I think concern about what's going on. But again, the interesting thing is that the congress has actually enabled depending on to have this authority to move and shift around funding up to that four billion dollar cab ABC's Louis Martinez with some clarity at the Pentagon about the money and ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts joins us. Once again presidents have declared emergencies. Before the difference. Here seemed to be the the end run around lawmakers to fund something they didn't. Well, yes. And look one of the most basic principles embedded in the constitution. Is it the power of the purse rests with congress? Not with the president. Senator Marco Rubio from Florida a Republican, of course, oppose Donald Trump in the last election made that point he said there is a crisis on the southern border. But that crisis does not justify violating the constitution. And that's gonna be the core of the argument that.

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"martinez louis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on KOMO

"One point four billion by declaring an emergency that president is attempting to redirect billions more from other sources and additional six and a half billion using executive in emergency powers. Most of that's going to come from the Pentagon where we're joined by ABC's Louis Martinez. Louis this money was in some ways meant for military construction and counternarcotics Aaron what we know is that there are two funds that they're looking at one is the military construction fund. This is anything from school building to daycare centers to family housing for military members to large-scale projects like airport runways helicopter pads. It's the full. Gamut who the Pentagon still hasn't been able to tell us exactly what funds will be used towards that three and a half billion dollars that will be redirected towards the border wall. There's another funding of two and a half billion dollars. It's gonna come from the efforts of counternarcotics at the Pentagon has been carrying out for the last twenty years or so that fund right now currently has about five hundred million to seven hundred million. But what the White House tells us is that they will have two and a half billion dollars in that fund. And that means that depending on is going to redirect money from elsewhere in the Pentagon spending towards that fund. And then we'll make it available towards the d h s so two things going on here. But very little in terms of specifics right now, I think all they know right now is this top line guidance about from the White House, and they're going to have to find the programs and the money that's going to be directed towards those efforts. Are there any sacred cows that just can't be touched? It's interesting because we heard from senior administration officials. They they're looking at what they Call Laura. Priority projects projects that may be about to be concluded than may be finished in the short term, and that the money that they're redirecting from here. At depending on from military instruction will probably be backfilled in the next year's budget. That's their goal now. Of course, that's going to be something that congress has to get involved with in terms of golden cows. Let's forget how a lot of these military construction projects end up in the defense Bill to start with these are home projects hometown projects for many of the members of congress. So if there's something there that is going to be touched, and that these members of congress are going to be upset about because it took them a lot of effort to get into that Bill. They might you might get some push back on that. But I think in terms of military construction, I think one of the big things that we took away from this week was that the state of military housing for families. We had that congressional hearing up there on the hill where military family members talks about this is really the bad state of housing in some quarters, and you got some. Support from the Pentagon. I think if you take away money from there that might be something that might raise hackles everywhere somewhere else. Broadly. There have also been some concerns raised by legal experts that the military is not generally authorized to conduct domestic security operations absent that authorization from congress. Is there a concern about reappropriated money because of the president's declaration there definitely concerns that are being raised with regards to the emergency up on Capitol Hill. But the interesting thing is that depending on every year has latitude to move around or shift around funding that has already been appropriated by congress. What we're talking about? Here is a cap of about four billion dollars a year that depending on can shift around little by little I without having to get a additional reauthorization from congress. So it's interesting that's the methodology that the White House is using here. But what's what's even more? Interesting is how they do that in order for congress. Not to get involved, you shift the money around in pockets of between ten. Ten and thirty million dollars anything over thirty million dollars triggers congressional oversight. So in order to get money into that kind of Connex fund what they're gonna do is they're going to take probably from eighty programs somewhere in the news in the neighborhood of ten million or thirty million for each program to shifted towards counter-narcotics all against so that they don't get that congressional oversight. So there are some hesitation neither is a lot of hesitation that you're seeing on the part of members of congress and elsewhere. We know that the ACLU is already saying that they're going to challenge this in court. So there's widespread I think concern about what's going on. But again, the interesting thing is that the congress has actually able depending on to have this ability to move and shift around funding up to that four billion dollar cap. ABC's Louis Martinez with some clarity at the Pentagon about the money and ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts joins us. Once again presidents have. Declared emergencies before the difference. Here seemed to be the Enron around lawmakers to fund something they didn't. Well, yes. And look one of the most basic principles embedded in the constitution. Is it the power of the purse rests with congress? Not with the president. Senator Marco Rubio from Florida a Republican, of course, opposed Donald Trump in the last election made that point he said there is a crisis on the southern border. But the crisis does not justify violating the constitution. And that's going to be the core of the argument.

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"martinez louis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One point four billion by declaring an emergency. The president is attempting to redirect billions more from other sources and additional six and a half billion using executive in emergency powers. Most of that's going to come from the Pentagon where we're joined by ABC's Louis Martinez. Louis this money was in some ways meant for military construction and counternarcotics Aaron what we know is that there are two funds that they're looking at one is the military construction fund. This is anything from school building to daycare centers to finally housing for military members to large-scale projects like airport runways helicopter pads. It's the full gamut to the Pentagon. Still hasn't been able to tell us exactly what funds will be used towards that three and a half billion dollars that will be redirected towards support a wall. There's another funding of two and a half billion dollars. It's gonna come from the efforts of counternarcotics at the Pentagon has been carrying out for the last twenty years or so that fund right now currently has about five hundred million to seven hundred million. But what the White House tells us is that they will have two and a half billion dollars in that fund. And that means that depending on is going to redirect money from elsewhere EDNA depending on spending towards that fund. And then we'll make it available towards the D H so two things going on here. But very little in terms of specifics right now, I think all they know right now is this top line guidance about from the White House, and then they're going to have to find the programs and the money that's going to be directed towards those efforts. Are there any sacred cows that just can't be touched? It's interesting because we heard from senior administration officials at the they're looking at what they call lower priority projects. Projects that may be about to be concluded that may be finished in the short term, and that the money that they're redirecting from here at depending on from military construction will probably be backfilled in the next year's budget. That's their goal now. Of course, that's going to be something that the congress has to get involved with in terms of golden cows. Let's forget how a lot of these military construction projects end up in the defense Bill to start with these are home projects hometown projects for many of the members of congress. So if there's something there that is going to be touched, and that these members of congress are going to be upset about because it took them a lot of effort to get into that Bill. They might you might get some push back on that. But I think in terms of military construction, I think one of the big things that we took away from this week was that the state of military housing for families. We have that congressional hearing up there on the hill where military family members talks about this is really the bad state of housing in some quarters, and you got some support from the Pentagon. I think if you take away money from there that might be something that might raise hackles every or somewhere else. Broadly. There have also been some concerns raised by legal experts that the military is not generally authorized to conduct domestic security operations absent that authorization from congress. Is there a concern about re appropriating money because of the president's declaration there? Definitely concerns that are being raised with regards to the emergency up on Capitol Hill. But what the interesting thing is that depending on every year has latitude to move around or shift around funding that has already been appropriated by congress. What we're talking about? Here is a cap of about four billion dollars a year that depending on can shift around little by little I without having to get a additional reauthorization from congress. So it's interesting that's the methodology that the White House is using here. But what's what's even more interesting? How they do that in order for congress. Not to get involved, you shift the money around in pockets of between ten. Ten and thirty million dollars over thirty million dollars triggers congressional oversight. So in order to get money into that kinda and Connex fund what they're going to do is they're going to take probably from eighty programs somewhere in the neighborhood of ten million or thirty million from each program to shifted towards counter-narcotics all against so that they don't get that congressional oversight. So it there are some hesitation neither is a lot of hesitation that you're seeing on the part of members of congress and elsewhere. We know that the ACLU is already saying that they're going to challenge this in court. So there's widespread I think concern about what's going on. But again, the interesting thing is that the congress has actually enabled depending on to have this thority to move and shift around funding up to that four billion dollar cab ABC's Louis Martinez with some clarity at the Pentagon about the money and ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts joins us. Once again presidents have. Declared emergencies before the the difference. Here seem to be the the end run around lawmakers to fund something they didn't. Well, yes. And look one of the most basic principles embedded in the constitution. Is it the power of the purse rests with the congress? Not with the president. Senator Marco Rubio from Florida Republican, of course, oppose Donald Trump in the last election made that point he said there is a crisis on the southern border. But the crisis does not justify violating the constitution. And that's going to be the core of the.

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"martinez louis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"One point four billion by declaring an emergency that president is attempting to redirect billions more from other sources and additional six and a half billion using executive in emergency powers. Most of that's going to come from the Pentagon where we're joined by ABC's Louis Martinez. Louis this money was in some ways meant for military construction and counternarcotics aaronow. We know is that there are two funds that they're looking at one is the military construction fund. This is anything from school building to daycare centers to family housing for military members to large scale projects like airport runways helicopter pads. It's the full gammit who the Pentagon still hasn't been able to tell us exactly what funds will be. We used towards at three and a half billion dollars that will be redirected towards the border wall. There's another funding of two and a half billion dollars. It's gonna come from the efforts of counternarcotics that the Pentagon has been carrying out for the last twenty years or so that fun right now currently has about five hundred million to seven hundred million. But what the White House tells us is that they will have two and a half billion dollars in that fund. And that means that depending on who's going to redirect money from elsewhere in depending on spending towards that fund. And then we'll make it available towards the DHS so two things going on here. But very little in terms of specifics right now, I think all they know right now is this top line guidance about from the White House, and then they're going to have to find the programs and the money that's going to be directed towards those efforts. Are there any sacred cows that just can't be touched this interesting because we heard from senior administration officials at they they're looking at what they call lower priority projects projects that may be about to be concluded. They may be finished in the short term and that the money. Redirecting from here at depending on from military construction will probably be backfilled in the next year's budget. That's their goal now. Of course, that's going to be something that the congress has to get involved with in terms of golden cows. Let's forget how a lot of these military construction projects end up in the defense Bill to start with these are home projects hometown projects for many members of congress. So if there's something there that is going to be touched, and that these members of congress are gonna be upset about because it took them a lot of effort to get into that Bill. They might you might get some pushback on that. But I think in terms of military construction, I think one of the big things that we took away from this week was that the the state of military housing for families. We had that congressional hearing up there on the hill. Wear military, family members talks about this is really the bad state of housing in some quarters, and you got some support from the Pentagon. I think if you take away money from there that might be something that might raise hackles everywhere somewhere else broadly. There have also been some concern. Raised by legal experts that the military is not generally authorized to conduct domestic security operations absent that authorization from congress. Is there a concern about re appropriating money because of the president's declaration? There's definitely concerns that are being raised with regards to the emergency up on Capitol Hill. But what the interesting thing is that depending on every year has latitude to move around or shift around funding that has already been appropriated by congress. What we're talking about? Here is a cap of about four billion dollars a year that depending on can shift around little by little without having to get a additional reauthorization from congress. So it's interesting that's the methodology that the White House is using here boats. What's even more interesting is how they do that in order for congress? Not to get involved, you shift the money around in pockets of between ten and thirty million dollars anything over three. Thirty million dollars triggers congressional oversight. So in order to get money into that kind of Connex fund what they're gonna do is they're going to take probably from eighty programs somewhere in the neighborhood of ten million or thirty million for each program to shifted towards counter-narcotics all again, so that they don't get that congressional oversight. So it there are some hesitation there is a lot of hesitation that you're seeing on the part of members of congress and elsewhere. We know that the is already saying that they're going to challenge this in court. So there's widespread I think concern about what's going on. But again, the interesting thing is that the congress has actually enable depending on to have this ability to move and shift around funding up to that four billion dollar cab ABC's Louis Martinez with some clarity at the Pentagon about the money and ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts joins us. Once again presidents have declared emergencies before the the. Difference. Here seemed to be the the end run around lawmakers to fund something they didn't. Well, yes. And look one of the most basic principles embedded in the constitution. Is it the power of the purse rests with the congress? Not with the president. Senator Marco Rubio from Florida Republican, of course, oppose Donald Trump in the last election made that point he said there is a crisis on the southern border. But that crisis does not justify violating the constitution. And that's going to be the core of the argument that it's.

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"martinez louis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And it's six five it's handle on the news with wayne resnick infra handle brunell estag with abc's louis martinez louis gut morning what is this a report in the new york times that has a lotta people screaming i told you so there are ufos or at least a secret ufo program for a good morning good of her it carvey advan issued for it identification project it ran from two thousand permanent two thousand twelve at depending on spent about twenty two million dollar is investigating incidents where us military personnel worldwide have reported encounters with with what presumably may have been unidentified flying objects uh this was a program that was little known not secret um but uh it was started with funny it would with funding from senator harry reid formerly of nevada the top senator there um and uh he got some seed money to get this project rolling uh but depending on didn't acknowledges existence until this weekend when the new york times and other and these organizations thirty reporting about it um they said that uh over time they decided that there was just or the other issues that were were spending money on um and that's why it was no longer continued this las vegas aerospace company right that's rate uh senator harry reid whoever nevada um i've currently got some interest in the idea of exploring this kind of phenomenon uh from bigalow uh mr bigalow heryanto arbi led to his name uh he wanted to bigalow industries uh which is a major aerospace company out there in nevada um i think he's apparently also a donor to reach campaigns um and so this company got some of the seed money uh in terms of maybe used as a subcontractor to try to investigate uh some of this information um but yeah that's the thai that uh uh some people are making and um and mr bigalow continues working right now with the aerospace industry uh you know this privatization of space there's a lot of the credit come up with technologies to get for use boy aircraft so now i guess everybody wants to know ri great now we know the programs out there but what have you found what did you find out i mean there was this one story about a military aircraft coming in contact with some sort of object that was like a white oval that was about.

"martinez louis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on KOMO

"7 and komonewscomfire while the tragic deaths of four american soldiers his leading families to ask questions about their mission in nizhny air staff sergeant dustin rights brother issued a statement this morning saying the soldiers would have been lucky to get out alive under the best of circumstances the pentagon is investigating we wanna take you to the pentagon right now with us is abc news who's correspondent louis martinez louis good morning what have we learned about the ambush wanted the details that are coming out now or yesterday we had a very detailed time line first one provided by the pentagon occurred about three weeks ago by abc news has also spoken with they've one of the american survivors of that ambush abu provides an airing he held about the situation a firefight itself and the heroism of sergeant david johnson who we know in over the last week or so is his family his on its up and they of course they circumstance of political spotlight but at the embassy itself we we know that if there was a reconnaissance mission to a local village eighty learned that at some point there they got additional waters to go tracked down another alqaeda fighter they were supposed to be joined by another us unit aided go i would like eight eight with orders to critique that targeting find him in there and it was on their way back that they stopped at a second village and when they left at village that they found themselves being ambush by about fifty isis fighters ended in about an hour into that firefight was when they call for your support it took another hour before french aircraft actually arrived on the scene and then to date two days later was when following that chaotic firefight that's when searching chances of renamed out what we're talking about sergeant johnson his widow is saint she has not been allowed to see her husband's remains and i can't get the picture of her leaning over his casket out of my head what.

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"martinez louis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on KOMO

"The come on morning news for your tuesday greg has the day off by manda factor taylor van cise is at the editor's desk at some of the morning's top stories tampa police are not ruling out any one as a suspect in a gruesome series of murders that's what interim police chief brian dugan told a community meeting in seminal heights where three people have been killed in less than two weeks the mayor bob buck horn says evil will not win and will not hold his community hostage president trump set to meet with senate republicans today to talk about tax reform trump will attend the weekly gop caucus luncheon at the capitol the president is pushing sweeping tax cuts and reforms in the federal tax code democrats accuse republicans of aiming to deliver big tax reductions to the wealthiest americans and corporations all the tragic deaths of four american soldiers his leading families to ask questions about their mission in share sergeant dustin rights brother issued a statement this morning saying the soldiers would have been lucky to get out alive under the best of circumstances the pentagon is investigating we want to take you to the pentagon right now with us is abc news correspondent louis martinez louis good morning what have we learnt from about the ambush what are the details that are coming out now or yesterday we had a very detailed line first one provided by the pentagon it occurred about three weeks ago but abc news has also spoken with eight one of the american survivors of that ambush abu provide and herring details about the situation of firefight itself and the heroism of circular david johnson who as we know in over the last week or so it it has found itself in the unfortunate circumstance of a political spotlight.

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"martinez louis" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"At lahti studies that i there when i became an fascinated by north then offensive repair and betty at menard personality they are mold quite threaten commitment actual carb our own pathway in child credit start very early with the north in one of the clowns area that one or both the parent fever on either one quality are separate quality a particular child firmly harv account may be very beautiful harm firm may be intellectually very a bar our have talent like a you could call carolyn curry that dan fare any of these qualities and they will fixate on that child cried that that child is going to be perfect by pride will be chosen one quite a family she says that the childhood a frank lloyd wright is a good example of how a high level narcissist can be created his mother ana the before he was born to convince going to be equated builder in the world a great architect or when he was young honor never corrected him if he were cruel to playmate are he whoo two other people as far she was concerned he could do no wrong all his cruelty or overlap and frank lloyd wright competed behavior throughout his life because he had a fence they had no limit though he never worry that other people feeling martinez louis says that it's not easy but there are steps you can take to stay out of a narcissist circle that north important thing to do to begin went to be able to identify the north that very important to kind of know what your theme there and with their exquisite charming magnetism at can be difficult at perth because they are intoxicating very high level but beyond that you have to know him or her better than here she known can tho that's really really one of the key and baiqin could take other people power away so you wanna keep yourself in powered and one of the way to do that if you stay in your own crew in your own boundary and not be we acted they can be very cunning about getting a person curie act that means that no matter how angry they make you don't show it and never try to get revenge she says that relaxing around the narcissist is the key you wanna stay khan k b not waiting for your overreaction for that he or she can pound and get what they want let's say they're becoming very difficult fake got to have an answer you hack of you it that.

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"martinez louis" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"They will something that article work long vacant get away with it and obviously they're often amoral they don't have really immoral moral carpet because they want what they want when they want it and they are willing to you people could get any wrong they want for they are buried all right well martinez louis says that a narcissist can often disguise herself as a difficult boss who knows everything and is always right or a picky spouse who's almost impossible to please no matter what subterfuge they use she says there's a telltale sign they all exhibit completely half a lack of ample which means that they cannot have genuine feeling for how someone al preparing for her pick your way break cannot be there for you they cannot put them in your play all and that is a real trade in north narcissist lure people into their circle by carefully observing what makes them tick martinez luiz says that it can be so subtle that have victim doesn't even know it's happened can the honey inchoate is on popped up on weakness that the other personal hard what they're trying to get from you and they always are when they focus on you and mclaren like a laser beam at a high level they will hook up there all available will you um what kind of person is susceptible to a narcissist she says that anyone can be brought into a narcissist orbit but there are some types who are easier to convince than others in the charmed circle that we're talking about the people wrote pam tb around the north our individual who don't feel entitled who don't kill that there were who are emotionally very good ponding on a higher level so you can get individual who are very accomplished for example when you look at frank lloyd wright he had a tremendous number a follower who were willing to do any per pre printed up a place where he taught architects parlier called called here two different price built call crawley african on day would come in these were very power the people read and came from europe and they were there could work he worked them like slaves mouth pray now how to somebody become a narcissist is it nature or nurture martinez louis says it's probably learned.

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"martinez louis" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"On the phone from a rash of that get every year at psoriasis on my elbows bluestar worked wonders amazing stopped near a on and it is gone look for the white box with the bluestar in the first aid section field bluestar work fast or your money back you probably now live maybe from the office around the neighborhood or possibly in your own family their them man or woman who is so selfabsorbed so convinced of their own importance that almost every sentence they outer begins with the pronoun i in decades past we just call them stuck out first nudie and try to steer clear there's more to these people though that in just their egotistical behavior they're called narcissists and possess at personality disorder that can cause deep depression in themselves and dangerous behavior toward others dr linda martinez louis it's a psychotherapist any author of the book freeing yourself from the narcissist in your life she says it's important to be able to recognize that toxic narcissist to keep from getting caught up in his netted deceit remain character trait of the north are as a strong sense of entitlement but like over entitlement no we're all in title the coal that we probably need gnat bekogo over the top wake wide and they require so much more than healthier individual gay are highly manipulate what you see is not what you get down they often will go over moral and ethical boundary where.

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"martinez louis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"martinez louis" Discussed on KOMO

"News over the last ten fifteen twenty years pro p hopefully garrett army chiefofstaff general mark merely says he had no advance warning or notice about president trump's decision to ban transgender individuals from serving in the military general milli today said there can be no changes to the military strength gender policy until the pentagon gets more guidance from the commander in chief will act when we receive but directors through the proper chain of command channels and they will evaluate what we have in a new vote from their milli noted that all service members will continue to be treated with dignity and respect joining us on the komo news line is abc correspondent louis martinez louis milli wasn't the only military member speaking out today about this that's right we all heard from the nixon general that calculus have done pretty chairman of the joint chiefs of staff i he issued guide to all military commanders essentially saying that they're not gonna be any modification to the current policy until depending on refused direction from the white house about what policy change it should be implemented and at echoing what we heard from millionaire um he says that we are going to treat continue to treat all of our military personnel with respect so so us navy and chairman of the joint chiefs both issuing memos about this both blindsided by it will not only end i'll say essentially all of the joint chiefs of staff and in all three services were kind of blindsided by the announcement by the printing diet yesterday especially via twitter that's the former president show to now announcement we have seen an indication that they didn't expect it to becoming um what they had been working on how to bring a trend again entered person has recruited in the future that in issued at the joint chiefs of staff had been working on for a couple of months now of an extensive many got it frontend secretary mattis we've seen for the past year now the lifting of the transgender van about two hundred fifty service members who stepped forward seeking medical treatment up through their respective services that what we've seen and now you have the chain tell yet hate fate at the joint spanish not all of the military personnel involved in an issue where blindsided by.

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