35 Burst results for "Michele"

Caller: Bad Look for Law Enforcement if NY Times Report Is True

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

Caller: Bad Look for Law Enforcement if NY Times Report Is True

"Retired law enforcement. Just want to make a quick comment. If that New York Times report is true, I pray God it's not what another kick to all law enforcement. And don't think the left won't use us on the news, Mike. It'll be awful. I debated, I debated even. It's a good comment, and I debated even bringing it up because a police do go into danger all the time. That's what they instinctively do. So I'm really worried about even bringing it up. And maybe The New York Times reporting is false. But that's what the report suggests that it was over 40 minutes before the police entered the school, and it was, of course, as we know, a heroic border patrol agent who took, who took the monster out,

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NY Times: Uvalde Police Took Over 40 Minutes to Enter School

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 2 d ago

NY Times: Uvalde Police Took Over 40 Minutes to Enter School

"There's also a troubling bit of information from Yuval day coming out that the police reportedly, according to The New York Times anyway, and I don't think The New York Times is particularly pro police. So maybe take it with a grain of salt, but the report is that the police took over 40 minutes to enter the building. While he was in there with those terrified children. And we got a mute guys for me. Please mute. The report is that the police, one school safety officer encountered the 18 year old killer. Outside the school, it's not clear according to the reporting if there was gunfire exchanged. There is, and I say this with a heavy heart because I'm pro police. And these are men and women who go to the to go into danger regularly, but you know, one of the catastrophes of Columbine is that those two monsters were able to do whatever they wanted for a long, long period of time. Because the police would not breach the school. And as a result, it is believed that at least one guy bled to death. The teacher, the math teacher, bled out, and he was alive for a long time. And they took forever to get into the building.

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Michele Tafoya: To Politicians, Any Compromise Feels Like a Loss

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 2 d ago

Michele Tafoya: To Politicians, Any Compromise Feels Like a Loss

"Right. I mean, it's like a movie. It's like, it's like two immovable objects. You're so right about how we get entrenched in our and I'll tell you why I'll speak for myself why we worry about any wiggle room on the Second Amendment. You got people like Michael Moore just came right out yesterday, said time to repeal the Second Amendment. You've got people like President Biden, who literally said the Second Amendment is an absolute. Now I get that. There is a nuance there and I'm no constitutional scholar. I know the old argument about, well, you can't buy a bazooka and keep in the front yard on the other hand if we let anti gun politicians determine what kind of guns Americans are allowed to keep and bear. We're going to, we're not going to have any guns. Well, that's the slippery slope that everyone's afraid of, right? Right. But my husband and I were discussing this yesterday because it was the same thing that happened in the wake of the roe V wade leak that it was either your pro choice all the way up to 9 months or conception is the start of life. That moment. No, there is nuance to this. There are shades of this. There is a middle ground. Right. And I'm afraid that no one's willing to go there because they don't really want to lose the argument and they feel like any amount of compromise equals losing the argument and letting the other side win. When in fact, if we're going to function as a country, we've got to get together on this. And work hard on the difficult issues. It takes hard work. That better damn well be while you're in Washington because you went there to work hard, not because you wanted to go to the cocktail parties and have a job for life.

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Michele Tafoya Expected No Middle Ground Following Uvalde Shooting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 2 d ago

Michele Tafoya Expected No Middle Ground Following Uvalde Shooting

"Give me your sort of your perspective as we try to navigate through these very, very difficult times. Sadly, I just knew it was coming in the wake of this horror, I have two kids. I remember they were very young when sandy hook occurred and I just changed my view of what needs to happen in terms of school safety. But I knew this would happen that people would jump in their corners and they'd firmly entrench themselves in their corners and there would be no middle ground. There would be no compromise. And I'm afraid that Congress is not going to do anything because this is an issue around which they can fundraise, which they can battle and point at the other guy and never try to really get something done. So I'm afraid it's going to come down to the locals, the school districts, the states, the cities, the communities, to take care of this issue in the ways that they see fit because Congress is just not going to do anything. I hate the way that one side says you're going to take our guns. Second and second, they're going to take our guns. They want your gun. And the other side simply says, we can't have guns.

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Michele Tafoya Promotes Her New Podcast 'Sideline Sanity'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Michele Tafoya Promotes Her New Podcast 'Sideline Sanity'

"Michelle to foia to the Salem team, Michelle, your new podcast sideline sanity. It started this week. It's a big hit. Whenever I was talking about it last night out here in Camarillo. Oh, that's so nice to hear. I'm so excited to be doing this. This is what I've wanted to do for several years now. It's just talk to people about really important stuff. Stuff that needs to be tackled, no pun intended. And this is just something I couldn't do until I sort of went off on my own, you know?

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Remember When Dems Turned Paul Wellstone's Memorial to a Rally?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 2 d ago

Remember When Dems Turned Paul Wellstone's Memorial to a Rally?

"Remember Paul wellstone, minnesotans, I'm sure remember that. Paul wellstone politician in Minnesota who died big prominent Democrat. They had a memorial service for him. You know what the Democrats did? They didn't have a memorial service that turned it into a political rally. It was a beat up the Republican rally. That's all it was. It's unbelievable. The Democrats are capable of such garbage, but they are. And House Democrats, they were praising him. They're telling beta way to go. Proud of you. Your finest hour. And that is, of course, what led mark to say that he doesn't believe it will hurt the Democrats. It will, it will. Just like we must never forget election integrity, just what life we must never forget what the Democrats did in November of 2020 with COVID. We better never forget the behavior of the Democrats in May of 2022. Trying to use the deaths of these poor people in uvalde. And turn it into a crash, political campaign ad. For Robert Francis

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Sen. Ted Cruz: Beto O'Rourke's Stunt Was Embarassing & Disgusting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

Sen. Ted Cruz: Beto O'Rourke's Stunt Was Embarassing & Disgusting

"Here's what senator Cruz told Jesse watters last night on Fox News. Look, I was shocked. We were going through a briefing, listening to law enforcement about precisely what had happened about what the next steps were. And it was disgusting. He strode to the front of the room and tried to turn it into a political rally. And I guess his campaign is flailing. He's going to lose, but you know, just after you ended that clip, the mayor of uvalde. He turned to beto. He said you're a 6th son of a bitch. Yeah. Because to take something, you've got grieving families. You've got to community that it's broken to pieces and to try to politicize it and turn it into a rally, the way beto did, it was really, I've seen a lot of crass behavior. That was embarrassing and it was, it was

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Beto O'Rourke Turns Uvalde Shooting Into a Campaign Ad

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | 2 d ago

Beto O'Rourke Turns Uvalde Shooting Into a Campaign Ad

"Let the world hear what it sounds like to stand up to attack the like that a cheap opportunistic, sick political stunt. Using the deaths of these 19 angels and these two heroic teachers, 21 murders and you want to run for governor. You want to turn it into a beto o'rourke for governor campaign ad. I was watching it in the hotel room yesterday live. And as soon as I saw it, I said, that's beto o'rourke. That's not some clown reporter. That's a clown Democrat. Senator Ted Cruz was in the room. You could hear his voice. He was telling him, sit down. Sit down.

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Beto O'Rourke Crashes Gov. Abbott's Press Conference on Uvalde Tragedy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 2 d ago

Beto O'Rourke Crashes Gov. Abbott's Press Conference on Uvalde Tragedy

"So yesterday in uvalde, Texas, the governor Greg Abbott, along with the lieutenant governor Dan Patrick, the mayor of uvalde, other elected officials, law enforcement officials attempted to hold a press conference. Beto o'rourke, this clown who wants to be Texas next governor, decided to make an ass of himself and stood up and interrupted the press conference by screaming accusations at the ivaldi and state government leaders. This is a little bit of what the pandemonium and chaos sounded and looked like. You can watch along if you're watching us today on the Salem news channel. Excuse me. Excuse me. Excuse me. Let's just sit down. You're out of line and an embarrassment. Sit down. And you are doing nothing. No, we're off. We need to get his ass out of here. This didn't have place to talk to the show. This is totally predictable when you are out of line. Sir, you are out of line. I'm sure you are out of line. Please leave us auditorium. I can't believe you're a sick son of a bitch. It would come to a deal like this to make a political issue here. We don't ordinarily air, we try to bleep some words that are, you know, curse words, but I'm sorry. I told the team, don't bleep that. Let Americans hear beto o'rourke being told off by the grieving anguished mayor of Yuval de.

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Michele Bachmann Discusses the Plot to Undermine American Sovereignty

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | Last week

Michele Bachmann Discusses the Plot to Undermine American Sovereignty

"The person that has really pulled the fire alarm, the person that has been able to warn us about what's happening at the World Health Organization. Is Michelle bachmann. There's a clip with Michelle bachmann, and the great Steve Bannon, going back and forth about this that has been sent to me probably by 30 people in the last 24 hours. And one of the most effective interviews that I've seen in quite some time warning, the American population of what's happening very soon in Geneva Switzerland. Is what Michelle bachmann said on that program with us right now is Michelle herself. To be able to walk us through what we're just getting into. And the World Health Organization meeting, Michelle, welcome to the program. First of all, thank you for really signaling the alarm here. How do you learn about it and get into the details? What are we about to do? We being America in Geneva, Switzerland, if we don't stop it. Hi, Charlie. I just want to bring greetings to you for regent university too. We adore you. We love everything you're doing and you may not know this, but I'm the adviser for turning point for turning point USA on the university campus. So I'm a big fan of YouTube. So thanks for having me on. But the issue that we're talking about one is one that just came up recently. No one should feel bad if they don't know about it. This issue was meant by design to run under the radar. The Biden administration has amendments that they took to the United Nations to the world health assembly. The healthcare arm of the United Nations is the World Health Organization. But the World Health Organization's governing body is the world health assembly. They meet once a year in Geneva Switzerland. They're going to meet beginning starting this Sunday, May 22nd to the 28th, and they take up their business. Agenda item 16.2 this year are the proposed Biden amendments to the 2005 international health rules. Those are the rules that we in the United States agreed to beginning for international health beginning back in 2005. This is not a treaty. There is a proposed global pandemic treaty that's being worked on right now that will be voted on in 2024. That's not what this

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Is America's Sovereignty in Jeopardy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | Last week

Is America's Sovereignty in Jeopardy?

"Now what if I told you right now this question of sovereignty and who is in charge very well might be put in permanent jeopardy using an international health apparatus. Now there's lots of fail safes built into the constitution. The constitution is a domestic political document. It's the greatest political document ever written. The United States Constitution was not written for the times, was written to stand the test of time. Understanding human nature's predisposition towards greed. Selfishness, lying and cheating and stealing a diffuses power over space and time. There's so many layers of checks and balances in the U.S. Constitution almost as if the founding fathers were inherently distrustful of people with power and they were. Now, it spreads over space and time by it requires a lot of geographic land mass to be able to make decisions and time where it's intentionally long to be able to do something bold and dramatic. This is why the CDC and the FDA swooping in and taking away individual sovereignty. And states rights was something that was deemed unconstitutional was always kind of left to the states and by the way, most European countries do not have that model. I know some Europeans and they were perplexed when they learned about America's response to COVID that it was a state by state model. You see, in Germany, if Berlin wants to do something, it impacts Bavaria as it does um, as it does Munich, one size fits all governing model. In Austria, if Vienna wants to do something, it impacts Salzburg just as much as Vienna. In Europe, the power comes from the top in America the power comes from the bottom.

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The W.H.O. and a Fire Alarm for American Sovereignty

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:13 min | Last week

The W.H.O. and a Fire Alarm for American Sovereignty

"Now the immediate significance of all this outside of just kind of a rather enjoyable monologue that I'm making right now, at least I'm enjoying it about how beautiful the U.S. Constitution is right now, the beginning stages of the erosion of individual sovereignty and state sovereignty and national sovereignty is going to be put in jeopardy. The World Health Organization, the highly corrupt World Health Organization. Is going to be meeting in Geneva Switzerland in the coming days post Davos to make official the complete elimination of American based sovereignty. America has the ability to make their own health decisions as it is today. But this proposed declaration from the World Health Organization would basically remove all sovereignty from the American citizens and put them in the hands of international. Unelected, World Health Organization, bureaucrats. Bill Gates, for example, contributes much of the WHO budget. This would completely put into jeopardy. A future Florida a South Dakota when it comes to a

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Florida Was an Unbelievable Success Story During the Pandemic. Why?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | Last week

Florida Was an Unbelievable Success Story During the Pandemic. Why?

"So Florida was an unbelievable success story. During the pandemic. By remaining open and defying federal government, pressure, Ron DeSantis, the courageous Ron DeSantis was able to keep Florida free, businesses from closing down. He was able to taper and hedge against mental health issues, depression, suicide, social isolation, alcoholism, Florida became kind of a Beacon of liberty and hope, and you see it with the real estate values around here. You see it with the new businesses that are moving here. It's almost synonymous with self government. Ron DeSantis deserves credit and Ron DeSantis has received some incredibly well earned praise for doing this. But the question is, why was he able to do it? The reason is in the structure of our government. We talk a lot about the United States Constitution here on this program. And James Madison, in the federalist papers, argued that the structure of the constitution was one of its defining elements. James Madison Alexander Hamilton and John Jay, the three authors of the federalist papers and one of the three most involved in designing our constitution, James Madison being the most involved. Why is America able to be free not because of our Bill of rights every banana republic has a Bill of rights? No, the structure of checks and balances and consent of the governed. Allows a bottom up structure, a grassroots centric way of governing.

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"michele" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | Last week

"michele" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"About the days hey there folks, good news. We're talking to Michelle bachmann. She is somebody who understands what America is and that there are people trying to destroy our country from within. It sounds crazy except unfortunately, it's not crazy. Even the last election, Michelle, I just have to ask you, have you seen 2000 meals? Because I personally, I was troubled by the election the day after. I said, wait a minute, wait a minute. This is very confusing. What's going on? I was further troubled when everyone in power said, hey, shut up. You can't talk about that. I thought, what? What do you mean I can't talk about it? This would be the most horrible thing that could ever happen. I think I need to talk about it. We are living in unprecedented times. I think we have to be clear that I don't know, apart from my faith in the God of scripture, I would be despairing at this point, but we have faith in the God of the scripture. That's right. That's right. And Eric, yes, I saw 2000 mules, and actually you were invited and you participated in regent universities election integrity conference. I saw exactly what you did after the 2020 election. We were the only university in America that I know of that actually did a conference on the 2020 election and on election integrity. We have a 7 hour free conference that I invite people to watch. It's as timely today is when we broadcast it with your participation. It's at regent dot EDU forward slash election integrity. One more time, regent dot EDU, forward slash election integrity. And we have 7 hours examining what happened in that 2020 election. I also want to just give a shout out to regent university. We are one of the only universities in America that teaches America's true founding our godly heritage, our godly history. We teach it at undergraduate and graduate level, even among Christian universities. You don't get what America's godly heritage is or what our constitution actually says. We teach a pro constitutional perspective because we teach from a biblical worldview. So I didn't mean to give a commercial. But please do give a commercial. It's vital that people know what is out there that's, you know, that is being faithful to what we believe in and regent is at the top of the list..

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Michele Bachmann and Eric Discuss '2000 Mules' and Election Integrity

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | Last week

Michele Bachmann and Eric Discuss '2000 Mules' and Election Integrity

"Good news. We're talking to Michelle bachmann. She is somebody who understands what America is and that there are people trying to destroy our country from within. It sounds crazy except unfortunately, it's not crazy. Even the last election, Michelle, I just have to ask you, have you seen 2000 meals? Because I personally, I was troubled by the election the day after. I said, wait a minute, wait a minute. This is very confusing. What's going on? I was further troubled when everyone in power said, hey, shut up. You can't talk about that. I thought, what? What do you mean I can't talk about it? This would be the most horrible thing that could ever happen. I think I need to talk about it. We are living in unprecedented times. I think we have to be clear that I don't know, apart from my faith in the God of scripture, I would be despairing at this point, but we have faith in the God of the scripture. That's right. That's right. And Eric, yes, I saw 2000 mules, and actually you were invited and you participated in regent universities election integrity conference. I saw exactly what you did after the 2020 election. We were the only university in America that I know of that actually did a conference on the 2020 election and on election integrity. We have a 7 hour free conference that I invite people to watch. It's as timely today is when we broadcast it with your participation. It's at regent dot EDU forward slash election integrity. One more time, regent dot EDU, forward slash election

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"michele" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | Last week

"michele" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We're going to go to a break. We're talking to Michelle bachmann, who's now the dean and a professor at the Robertson school of government at regent university, this is a big issue, folks. Don't go away. We'll be right back. Remember without you don't you know within you without you. Hey there folks, Eric metaxas here. I know you know how much I love Mike lindell and my pillow well. Mike lindell and my pillow right now are offering a bogo extravaganza bogo by one get one. Bogo extravaganza on multiple MyPillow products. Now is the time to join the millions of Americans who've changed the quality of their sleep with my pillow. Right now you get the buy one, get one free special, my pillow, bed sheets, Giza, elegance, my pillows, the 6 piece towel sets and the role and go anywhere my pillows just go to the radio listener specials page at my pillow dot com, use the promo code Eric. That's the radio listener specials page at MyPillow dot com. Use the code Eric or call one 809 7 8 three O 5 7 one 809 7 8 zero 5 7 don't miss this incredible opportunity to buy one, get one free on select product. You'll also receive Mike's book absolutely free. You won't believe it, it's amazing. 809 7 8 three O 5 7 or Mike pillow dot com. You just go, Derek. We can never know.

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Is Biden Preparing to Give Sovereignty of America to the WHO?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:40 min | Last week

Is Biden Preparing to Give Sovereignty of America to the WHO?

"Show. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to dean. Michelle bachman used to be congresswoman Michelle bachmann now. Michelle bachmann, you're the dean of the Robertson school of government at regent university. What we're talking about is obviously unconstitutional, unprecedented. And most people living their lives just can't believe that the people in leadership that they've elected theoretically could be so profoundly ignorant or just evil that they would turn the nation over to strangers to bad actors to people like the head of WHO, it seems impossible are senators like, you know, the good guys out there, Josh hawley and company, there's a number of senators and congressmen, Jim Jordan, who I would expect would be on this. Do you have any sense of any of them are talking about this? These are very good guys, but in their defense, I think a lot of them have no idea. We're all blindsided by this. It's not easy to get to them quite honestly. They've got a phalanx of staff in front of them. And the staff knows everything. The staff and these congressional Senate offices, most of them are 25 years old and know everything. And so it's tough to penetrate that wall that surrounds a member of Congress. But nonetheless, we have to try. We have to do everything that we can. I know senator Rick Scott, I spoke with his chief of staff, senator from Florida. And spoke to him, sent him information. Rick Scott tweeted over the weekend that he is in opposition to the who taking sovereignty over the U.S.. So it starting to penetrate. But that's not a big deal that Rick Scott, we would expect he would be opposed to somebody taking over sovereignty of the U.S.. We would expect anybody who's not an idiot or a communist to be opposed to this. So big deal, the question is, what does Rick Scott and his fellow senators going to do about it? I mean, that's a little bit. And again, what they have to do is they have to kick and scream and they need to throw a tantrum on the Senate floor in the house, floor and say, look, you're not getting another vote out of us. We're not even going to vote. Until you withdraw those amendments, you bring those amendments here in the House floor and the Senate floor. We're going to take a look at them. We're going to tell the American people what they say. And that's what people need to do. Read these amendments. A lot of what the amendments do is scratch out the right of the U.S. to have our unilateral authority. Instead, that authority is given over to the director

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"michele" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:32 min | Last week

"michele" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We do? Well, what we can do, first of all, is pray. And remember that God does not abandon us. His banner over us is love. He hears us when we cry out to him. And so no one should despair. No one should cry, what we need to do is recognize that we have a holy God who loves us. This is not taking him by surprise, praise psalms too over this issue. Psalms too says that the nations are in rebellion against God, but God sits on his throne and laughs about things like this because he is sovereign. You can't give away ultimate sovereignty. God is sovereign. So what the Biden administration is doing is clearly lawless. It is clearly unconstitutional, but there's a difference between law and power and the Biden administration has the power to do whatever they want unless we check them. So what we need to do is contact our U.S. senators, our House members, our governor, our state attorney general, because all of them are impacted and tell them we want these Biden amendments withdrawn before they're voted on May 22nd through 28 in Geneva, Switzerland at the world health assembly. In 2005, the United States submitted itself to international health regulations. So these are amendments to the international health regulations. It's not a treaty. That's why this doesn't come before the U.S. Senate for two thirds vote. But this is so big. And if so much import, we need to demand that our U.S. senators get up to speed on this and demand a vote on this in the United States Senate and the house before this goes through. Now, assuming that's not going to happen, we have a 6 month period after the vote in Geneva. When these actual amendments come into force, they will be in force in November. The bad thing about that is that effectively means it won't matter who wins in the November election. If the Biden administration thinks it's lawful to have the authority over healthcare crisis, emergency authority handed over to the WHO general director. So remember again, all these extraordinary unlawful unconstitutional actions happened in America because President Biden declared a state of emergency. People don't realize, we're still under a state of emergency. There is no end date on that state of emergency that Biden put in place. We need to demand from our senators that Biden and the state of emergency today that shouldn't continue on. But what this does is this has the United States saying, we're going to give emergency powers to the UN to the World Health Organization. And already the Biden administration issued a memo saying that 47 nations. And these are the big ones. The EU, the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand. These are like legitimate nations, Norway, Switzerland, that have already signed on and back these amendments. So presumably this is going to pass. We're not talking Mauritania here or Zimbabwe. So most likely this is going to pass by a simple majority. We have 6 months to get that same majority level to come out of the agreement. We don't want to do that. We want to stop this before it's voted on May 22nd through 28. That's why this is a time sensitive matter. And the reason why our senators don't know about this is because the Biden administration shared these amendments with the UN with the world health assembly. They didn't bother sharing them with the United States Congress or with the American people. They quietly put these amendments up on a government website, April 12th, like a month ago, that's why nobody knew about this. And we're scrambling at the last minute. The primary source document is the best place to go. Read the amendments for yourself. There's a couple of articles. I think that I sent to you, Eric, that I recommend you put up on your site. One is an article by Pete hoekstra from the gatestone institute on what's happening. Another one is by doctor Peter breggen, that's highly authoritative. He has a link to these amendments. It's at the website America out loud dot com. There's another great article by investigator reporter Leo Holman, HOH MAN dot com. And he has a link to all the amendments too. So you can.

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Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann: Pray for the Upcoming WHO Vote

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | Last week

Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann: Pray for the Upcoming WHO Vote

"Is there anything we can do to avert this? I mean, it's effectively the end of America. It sounds like I'm making this up. But what you just said is it's unbelievable to cede sovereignty to some organization. I mean, it's fundamentally unconstitutional, but I guess my question is, what can we do? Well, what we can do, first of all, is pray. And remember that God does not abandon us. His banner over us is love. He hears us when we cry out to him. And so no one should despair. No one should cry, what we need to do is recognize that we have a holy God who loves us. This is not taking him by surprise, praise psalms too over this issue. Psalms too says that the nations are in rebellion against God, but God sits on his throne and laughs about things like this because he is sovereign. You can't give away ultimate sovereignty. God is sovereign. So what the Biden administration is doing is clearly lawless. It is clearly unconstitutional, but there's a difference between law and power and the Biden administration has the power to do whatever they want unless we check them. So what we need to do is contact our U.S. senators, our House members, our governor, our state attorney general, because all of them are impacted and tell them we want these Biden amendments withdrawn before they're voted on May 22nd through 28 in Geneva, Switzerland at the world health

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Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | Last week

Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

"Now. The dean of the Robertson school of government for regent university and she is my guest. Michelle bachmann, welcome. Thank you so much and also a longtime friend to Eric my taxes. Honored to think so. I have to say, you have been in public life for a long time. You get in the weeds on this stuff. I just, I can't bear sometimes to look at it. What I have been hearing from you and others regarding this issue, it seems like a kind of madness. Somebody must be making it up. It can't be true. Tell us what is going on. Well, that is the biggest problem right now because people can't believe that this could be possible. But then just say to yourself, what have we lived through for the last two and a half years where Congress didn't vote on mask mandate. Congress did vote on lockdowns. Conference Congress didn't vote on suspending rent for rent control issues. They didn't vote mandate vaccines. None of those votes were taken. It was all under the auspices of emergency powers that the Biden administration, whether it was Rachel walensky at the Centers for Disease Control or Doctor Fauci or doctor burps. Pronouncements were made. It was just a press release or a press conference, and we were all told, oh, this is law. We were told that we had to comply as though it was law. When it wasn't long, it was emergency action. So what's happening? I set that up because what's happening is that level of rising authoritarianism and a denial of our civil liberties, the last two years in America by American health officials, that level of authoritarianism, decision making, under the Biden amendments, if they pass a Geneva Switzerland May 22nd to 28th, would transfer American sovereignty and the sovereignty all nations over the world over our healthcare decisions from our nation over to the director general of the World Health Organization. That's

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US Bound Flights Carrying Afghans Temporarily Halted Due to Measles Cases

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00:56 sec | 9 months ago

US Bound Flights Carrying Afghans Temporarily Halted Due to Measles Cases

"White house says flights carrying afghan refugees to the us have been halted after discovery of four cases of measles among people who recently arrived in the us. This as npr's michele keleman reports nineteen more us citizens from the airport in kabul in the state department says to others managed to get out overland national security council spokesperson. Emily horne says the. Us is doing intensive work to give americans clear and safe options to leave afghanistan. The state department says forty. Four americans were offered seats on the latest plane. But not all decided to go. The taliban are still not allowing charter. Flights from northern afghanistan and democratic senator richard blumenthal once the state department to do more about that time precious time. The situation of these individuals is desperate urgen. He's been working with veteran groups and activists to help several at risk afghans and some american citizens get

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"michele" Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"michele" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

"And And he's he's he's working with me now. I got him employed. Most graceful hollows break up. The tim show was wild It was definitely like. I mean when i took one of my daughters friends with us and the i found that she wanted to take the mom was like no not. She's not and she has asthma. It's like oh okay. Oh yeah yeah right. Yeah i was like okay okay. Okay are came. I mean it was a blast but yeah it was definitely don't that was it and then my daughter went. Have you been back yet now. My daughter went. I i was my daughter. Went and saw the paranoids play last night at the echo and The person who booked it was like eighty wanna comes through the paranoids tonight. And i was like i cannot interrupt my teen daughter on her date with her friend. They bought the tickets. I can't show up and be like mons in the back. But he had a blessing. And i saw like play on the street. You know like they played in front of stories bookstore which was so that was like our first thing and it felt fun. It was super celebratory. Even was on flatbed outside of stories. But that's still that's still pretty great actually sold jones strom play earlier this week in minneapolis. And i never known john for fifteen plus years never seen him play before but he was in town for at atkinson's birthday salvation. That they did and it was. It was great. It was great to see him. Finally played very emotional. Like going out of show with people. And i felt like that was i saw some music and passing but also reminded me of the fact that there's a difference between seeing live music that you to stumble into versus going and something with you know it's like i'd i'd miss that in some respects. It's almost like an. I'm sure people have this experience. You to music go see live music all the time you get a little decent society desensitized to you know in some respects but now having this long break Like oh my gosh. This is like this feeling. I had when i was a teenager goes first time now. Eight years flusher. No i think that's like saying why on not appreciating what i do enough like but i'm at you know i'm just so busy then i think that was a big thing.

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"michele" Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

03:40 min | 10 months ago

"michele" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

"Faith. Yeah i mean it does. Yeah you gotta swing pretty pretty big but at the same time you just have to surround. Sounds like to me hearing your story. You surround yourself with really great. Human beings do great creative work that want to be nurturing an open and you kind of gravitate towards that. I remember i had early in my career. I in the summer of ninety four. I went out to l. a. And turned and i don't know if i've told this on a podcast but anyway i was Working interning at giant records and this guy walked by and he's wearing a social distortion t shirt and i was like oh cool band and i. I kinda overheard us. She's like you don't know who dat is. He's like yeah. Social store should open for my dad. I'm like Okay and it was Zeke young neil young's oldest son who's neil young fans is like kind of dumbstruck by thing but i went back a year later after being spending the summer out there and stayed with is his mom. Carrie and i remember one point saying something very similar to the sentiment you had is being lucky being around really creative people and i still remember very clearly. She was like i was like you know. I'm just feel really fortunate. And she's like well. You're person so you bump into really good people and they want to take care of you and i was like wow. I'd never really thought i was twenty two. I guess you know young. I have much life experience. But i'd never really thought about that. You know from that perspective and it's something that's kinda resonated with me through my career at least two. I just try to surround myself as much as possible with really good people doing really good work and if you just bump off of that energy eventually you know opportunities open up. You can't it not careers especially in artist management. Never seen we all that linear. You know you mentioned elliot roberts earlier. It's like i always look at him. And jon landau. Wow how do people do that. We're not really built to work with artists for forty fifty years. You know. I worked with an artist for seventeen years and that fell internees. Just it's rare you know but there's something sad for for that in a sense of Through that process you meet a lot of really great people that you know you vibe off of and find creative outlets obviously tenacious d. Saw something that way like you were saying and care and felt the same way. And how can you beat that you know having that opportunity i mean twenty twenty years of sanctions worded the twentieth anniversary in september of the first record which is while. Yeah but i work with him for twenty years. And i mean i don't know what we like kind of like what. What haven't we done at clicked a lot of boxes. You know we've done through the the the the kuske show to the band to the film of four years of a festival. That really made money year. That i didn't know i was like dan. This doesn't seem great in their life. Everyone's lose any money. That's pretty that's a win. That's the w you know. I i don't know so i don't know why don't we. We did a bug with checking a lotta. But i mean those guys like i wish we podcast the pandemic because we work the entire time and every wednesday we got on with jesse. The four of us got on zoom zoomed every wednesday and brought special guests and special. Like dollar. ladies..

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"michele" Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"michele" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

"To tom windisch. Because i was kind of like in that space that i kept seeing. How much hanging how hard. It is to break an artist on an an-an-and agency. I felt like all those agents. I mean all those certain. I mean all it's it's never easy but i kind of felt like the law. The windisch agents at the time were doing really you know having great signings great success and then sometimes they're getting Picked off agents because they had other opportunities presents them. So i was like talking to tom about. Maybe i could come in there and just help you. Help be a creative. You know the music creative liaison and listen to people and kind of help managers figure some things out and So i did that in. It was really. It was really really amazing to just to come from bands. That were very of a certain time. I guess with john i mean not not so much maybe watch any i mean every everybody was kinda came up around the same time and then to go someplace where there weren't maybe maybe not rules but just different ethos maybe with some of the people when they're young maybe younger and just like oh yeah. We don't mind this a brand pays for that. It wasn't really like. I don't know i mean i don't know it's just like just different perceptions and just meeting all all those artists and just talking to their managers and just meeting all the wind just the those windisch agents You know that are all now. I kind of all over the place but there's all over the place bidder over. They were great. So i gotta have like the like management You know flag started there and Was windisch creative. And then they. They merged with paradigm and again. I kind of felt. Like i was back at a big come benigno and maybe it's not my strong suit so left. Yeah it is interesting that when you look at Not to get too far field here. But when you look at those agencies i remember when tom was.

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"michele" Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"michele" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

"I and it was just it was. It was really fun to i. Was there for third team. Work with ryan adams and back. I did he had. He had parted ways for a little bit like sea. Change for with. John just came back around so Started working. I was doing day to day for back. Who's just like. I mean everybody really. Everybody was just. I mean tenacious d was making a feature. I mean just everything everything. Everything was like And so yeah just having like john. Who's probably the best one of the best out there i would you know for sure. have that And kind of just be able to really listen to these artists and like you know think about it in a three sixty way and then have other people that are working there that had come from labels and just. I don't know it was. It was a it was a great a great run but Sometimes it's time to go on a hit. My i mean. Think you know. When kim thirst carothers flip break up and and my ex husband was unfortunately not great and it was a tough tough. Tough time for me and salat. Oh a lot going on and it was just sort of like maybe maybe maybe you should think where you're at. You have a daughter you're raising on your own. You're you're traveling oman. Got a lot on your plate. So i left in twenty thirteen good thirteen year tonight. Run well yeah. That's an eternity for the most part strewn spot so yeah yeah i I done so many the creative projects those really like like really sparking my You know like like fires me up so much. I mean. I worked with back on. That project called song leader. I don't know if you're familiar with it. But it was a it was. I worked on that with him for like seven seven years because it was like. I'm not going to put the little things going on but it was like. Let's go back to that you know. Let's circle back. I love the idea of like this found book of songs that you don't know what they sound like and just all of that and get you know and it was such a great concept and and just so we kinda he do something and then kind of come back to that and kind of move that down the fields wall. You know doing doing other things. I mean i mean back. You know. just an unbelievable amount of.

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"michele" Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

03:52 min | 10 months ago

"michele" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

"Not Necessarily protesters but they were like out era so we piled on through their just infiltrated and yeah oh we did not get a permanent for a live musical performance but it happened but i have that record on vinyl when they pressed on vinyl for record store day. A few years ago was here though. That's yeah that's a fun memory from afar but yeah that's quite an impressive pretty cool And after that then then. I thought yeah okay. Well we're i'm i have. I don't have a day to day job for. I don't have a client right now. And so i think my best friend from kindergarten was like Was music supervising for shows and I called her says better. Like figure out how to stay here because the need to stay there and Started going to all sorts of music supervisor events and things and started just going direct to people and people. Some publishers weren't too happy about god. But you know some days. You're like but i know our band's repertoire times better than we have a smaller kind of fun just to start making those relationships and john just girls you know the anchors handy and it's are working with jimmy jimmy eat world and then started working with tomatoes. The and it was just again. Like i'm sitting there you know with. I don't know. I think even with even with gary shannon just any. I just like it. I like artists. You know any any any any walk of life. I guess. I love love being around him. And i like listening and Solving for x or something. I don't know not like algebra but yeah well it seems no again what you mean though. It seems like your track to and have had the ability to work with a lot of very creative for lack of better word out of the box kind of thing artists that are willing to try to carve a new path and some new lanes and and do some different things that can be pretty audacious but obviously also you know white. Yeah so weirdo away. Because like management you know there seems to be a couple of different kind of styles you just kind of execute and sit back you know or there's folks like yourself to get really creative with it and try to kind of like get in there and and find ways to push things along both create creatively with the artists but also from visibility perspective. You know and i think those are the best combinations. You can actually kind of be a part of that you know kinda seep into the creative process a little bit and accelerate that and accentuated in a way that you know you can't always rely on your artist to do but if you can be an amplifier of that seems like impossible honestly i mean just john hanging it now he just having some of the people that like work there this they were like experts and also it's it just it was great it was just such a good at me and then i ended you know i started doing day to day for sonic youth and and.

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"michele" Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

04:58 min | 10 months ago

"michele" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

"This episode which had with michelle flatulence. Shell has crossed pass with a handful of our previous guests. And i really enjoyed the opportunity to connect with their here. Michelle currently owns like management. Working with tenacious. d and karen o of the among others throughout her history she's worked with an array of amazing talent including bad religion rage against the machine. Sonic youth back to name a few. We cover a lot of that history but we also touch on interest in creating unique and memorable moments with artists such as rages pop performance at the democratic national convention in two thousand two backs song reader book a collection of songs only available and sheet music for lots to learn from our discussion with michelle. So let's begin. Hi i'm michelle flatly i And the owner of Like management and i manage Tomatoes the carano. The black lips sad girl is good. Terrorists yeah you got your hands full. Well thank you so all the time to chat cheated. Oh absolutely well just to kind of get us going here and always always nice to kind of get a point of view in a bit of history. Let's dive into that straight away. So what was your kind of first entry point to kind of pulled you into the music industry. Well i would say. I was always super curious. And i am lucky in the related to stephen baker who is the president of warner brothers. Records in the heyday. He's the best. And i was like i am gonna. He'll give me a job and he was like you know kind of now. You gotta go do it yourself. And i was like okay so i kinda heated the word and and a an and worked worked at my college record store and that was at ucsd and it was crazy. 'cause Larry weintraub worked. I worked for him. Robbie loyd who i worked with everybody i mean mark. Eiger went there but i was. I was definitely after his time. But.

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"michele" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

05:35 min | 10 months ago

"michele" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"They've been together for more than three decades. Which is no small feat in hollywood so we wanted to know some of their biggest challenges as a couple i would say you know certain issues with the kids. I mean that you know we have different ways of going about it and we would try to. We're on the same page a lot of times but a lot of times we have different approaches and that can be a source of you know discipline approaches discipline and yeah those kind of things. I'll give you the perfect example like the grandfather boys a little. They were like. Oh four and six before. Dora was boring. I said we really need to make you know. Teach them how to make a bed and our oldest son j goes daddy. You don't make your bed and rob went. He's right that's it. That was the discipline history of this house. All right the kids complain that there's there aren't enough boundaries and they weren't disciplined enough and that's something that i got from my parents. My parents didn't discipline me either. But maybe you know. I didn't act out whatever. I don't know what it was. But i never got disciplined really know and so you just don't understand how why it. No you got your kids. You love your kids and you know. Hopefully they do the right thing. You are you. Are you boy slobs. No not really. My husband is a slush. it's still to this day. Oh yeah to this day. The towel doesn't get picked up off the floor. I'm better than i mean i was. I'm pretty neat. But she said she said to me put the tau back folded back and put it on the thing. So i do that right. I mean the little things. I guess parents would come into the house. Never say hello. Never say goodbye. I had to say hello and goodbye..

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"michele" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

Behind The Wheel Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"michele" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

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"michele" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

Behind The Wheel Podcast

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"michele" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

"This conference. We walked on cone hot hot. Kohl's walk across a. I took on everything that turbine said. And that changed my life after say taken. The action implementing what he said change life. So and that's where i am today. And he said learn from the best. I've some research found that he's done. Nop he's learned from rich band. Love so then. I went on that journey to learn. Nrp the therapy. Coaching all these different things and speaking. And so now. I'm a mazda. Nlp and are used tools within new idea. And it's more conversation. So i will say things but it will have a of an pay in what i say. Now how does that jive with now. Jive appear i did say jive. How do you balance that with you. Know gospel church and deliver pre. Because the thing is i think that religion itself is restrictive. But i think when you have a belief in the highest source and you believe that everything that you have has been given to you for you to give back then are used that so even with hypnotherapy. There's an a nine of there may be many christians who might listen. I think no she's talking rubbish. But i'm telling you there is a very thin line between the two the whole belief and how we visualize and are we meditate. Very very very very similar in terms of prayer and meditation. It's very very similar. And it's all about the belief system. I believe that there's a highest i believe in christ i believe in all of those things that's how i was raised. I will i fundamentally believe but at the same time also believed that. We are empowered to do more. We have the power already within us. Which chrysler suv enough. Please not giving yourself our law. And it's a it's enabling us to tap into that our to produce the results that we and so. I used both my my my religious or my beliefs as i like to some not religious all i like to use my beliefs alongside with all of the other elements that i've learned along the way to produce the results that i get today. It makes sense when i started down this path for you. You you like yourself you you kick one book and then they mentioned an author and you you go and you look out for that offer. Now you've got another. You're collecting an entire library. I kept saying common theme across all these. Both the you would see some things that were related to the bible. Often it whether it's not if you look at it. Some of those same things are in different religions whether it's in the koran or you find them in jewish cultures whatever just sprinkled around these common themes just basic fundamental principles that if you if you violate gravity. You're going to jump off a building. You're gonna you're gonna fall and that's gonna that's gonna apply to everyone unless you've got a parishable but eventually you gotta come down. And so the these laws and principles that govern universe in learn to abide by the results that you have but it was different in that they just being able to say this. This is not you know the black leather book that you're reading reading something else from someone else's experience and You gotta in fluids. Jim rohn is to put out a lot of. Yeah and i think he's pretty influential. In and tony robbins life. Listen to these people was like a lot of stuff but honestly want to look like me decks right now. Looks like yourself and that is absolutely my thing is is. if. I don't see someone who looks like me. The lady that space is waiting for me to fill so is it opportunities like oh this is this is why we're talking like she's she's doing. Tell us about the show that you have in the morning so i run morning inspiration. It's nine am bridge standard time. And it's all about this morning is it was money monday so the theme of the the inspiration is around. Mon- money how to make money what she needs to do. Wherever you are in your life We've been in the middle of this pandemic as as most countries in the world and so in the uk loss week the government said we are officially in a in a recession. So what does that mean to us. Every day people and so from me moaning inspiration is about inspiring people to be their best to be the greatest in no matter what area of so if it's in a business what can they do to level business if it's their life or their health. What can they do. What tools techniques can they use to level their health to level their education. It doesn't matter where you are in your life you if you take one hundred percent responsibility for where you are you then create the change that you need but the first thing is taking that responsibility and then we're going to be able to make full with ignore on our and that's what it's about tuesday going to be say that again. What is tuesday going to be about. Choose is tuesday's truth. Yeah she's as truth is always hard in its jugular given an account while you are where you are and giving you the solution. This is what we need to do for this. So choose as truth is always tuesday's truth and freedom friday of the two main dave get the most people on my show listening those two days friday while frito friday. Yeah so you ought feeling high feeling good on a friday. Sometimes i were the story With with a great Ending feeds for people to think about over the weekend to put things in place so freedom. Friday is lively always always a take question not sort of fried as well so we'll have said on the weekday. You can come back and say oh you said this. What does that mean. How do i do that. We'll just give you the.

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"michele" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

Behind The Wheel Podcast

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"michele" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

"A cup of coffee hoffy. So shutouts Toya sean tait. Sold inspired kimberly hall and kim isaiah good morning and welcome back to another episode behind the wheel on your whole derek d. rocky livingstone behind. We're here today with a very special guest all the way from the u. k. You know i don't know how we got connected. I think someone say you should interact with. This lady was like they came by. Drop some pixie dust and we've been following each other. Ever since she gets up in the morning and does this morning show. Thomas like two o'clock in the afternoon we hear behind wheel to pleasure to have evolved michelle wilkinson show. Thank you thank you thank you. Thank you so excited. I was like. I bought popcorn but the reason bagel before we go any further. Usually do this routine here. Dunkin or five books in that this is. I don't know if you have a starbucks in your location. So i wanna know. Are you a coffee or tea. Lady lady earl grey no l. grazing popular in the uk. It's lemon and ginger lemon and ginger. Yes my mom used to own. Drink earl he sounds like a individual. I dunno i see a black white soup quite let me know grace nights eleven and ginger is better okay. So so those people who don't know you and be familiar with you. Tell them about yourself. How you got started in this industry podcasting in voice coaching etcetera. Well i am a speaker. International speaker i am a business in life coach and i'm a singer a harmony singer festival foremost. I was a finalist on. Britain's got talent along with quiet iran for ten years. We went on re tools all over the world. And yes so i just use what i have the skills that i which is rainier out the voice how to project how to speak and i create a create businesses from that. Exactly what i do. And i teach other people to do the same attuned sometimes in the morning. I'm like y'all she's up like this is not early early but i guess it's it's it's early then i'd like i'd like to root team like the schedule like the the artwork is put together and said i. I don't have the radio on the show to find out more about some looking through. And i say that you you've done some work with domestic abuse survivors. Yes i have. I have indeed helping them to find therefore is helping them to overcome the trauma of of abuse and so sometimes with abuse what it easy that the patents are created in the mind something that we live through over and over and over again and so i've studied new linguistic programming to start the of excellence starting out the brain works and so through that i've been able to help with predominantly repacked. And how they think so that they can create new stories for themselves so they can go on and live a normal successful life and so how how how people been receptive to whole idea and not in counseling in coaching. Well i think it's slower in the uk. The water is in the states. I think the states are bit more progressive in that way. Not say that we're not but we're somewhat behind but it works. And i think most people look at things and see what the results are and if the results are good then they're more likely to get involved in it try and see if it would work for them so with nlp and coaching with to worked for me and as a result of it working from me. I then decided that. I will and to do the same thing on all about transformation of all about people taking whole taking stock of their lives taken kim's percent responsibility creating the change that they want in their lives. You know i. I had a guy a young guy on a show. He's coach adam possibly got like a pas parce cars adam and he just kind of added positively together so butcher the to positively is his name and just just looking at an oak. And how people of us that you know this is on. This might be something to consider. Now how did you get started in it. Well i how started is i was sick and tired of being sick and tired really in terms of business everything everything worked but i still wasn't fulfilled with myself in a in a situation my found in three domestic abuse myself up into lots and lots of different types of trauma like he was my children and so i was like i felt like oh my back was against the wall. Just wanted something different. Tony robbins actually was coming to the uk. And i had seen him and the funny thing about a tiny robbins. This i had seen him for years years and years and years from probably twenty five years ago and often his infomercials and thought. That's not for me because there's nobody looks like me on. There was nobody of color on on his videos at all so i would watch him early in the uk. It'd be early in the morning. You watch him. And i would just like not life i want. I want to change my life. I want to do this. Wanted to that. But there's no opportunity and then you know fast forward like twenty odd years. He's coming to the uk so make a phone call and they're saying yes we you know we'd love you to come to is copies conference blah blah blah. So the person that really trying to sell it. And i'm like how much is it ready to. And they're not telling me how much obviously it was a lot of money to sits them look. This is a situation. I need to see my life. This is how much money i have. Can you make it work for me. I mean we'll say no. No it's gonna cost this. And i'm like this is what god and she was like. Well this it'll be worth. And i said yeah i know but this money odds go the extra is to feed my children and as far as i'm concerned they come i. This is my life too. I need for me. So can you do something and she says you know what i'm going to give you a deal. And she gave me two for the price of one so that lady said god bless you do not mean or gave her lesson. I've read live. And i spoke to my cousin myself. My cousin went for five days to.

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"michele" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

Behind The Wheel Podcast

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"michele" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

"Let's see i got him in. Should be good to go. So i gotta ask you because the practice is behind the wheel. Are you always behind the wheel lessons in baltimore in the inner city. I was present. When the freddie gray riot occurred actually earth city in america. Sue come up with a essentially legal way too thin african americans property ownership within white residential areas mission is to sided marketplace very introduced artisanal merging a browns mainly snack grounds.

"michele" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"michele" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

"Nation. Podcast we are going to give you a quick news. Update here on. What's going on with the raiders. Situation covid nineteen as ian rapoport has reported nearly the entire readers. Starting defense is going on the covid nineteen list because of high risk close contacts but could be eligible to play if they continue has negative sources. Tell him and tom palestinian at the nfl network now our own guys here Adam hill and vinnie bonior furiously working to update on that. And you can find any updates on what will happen with the sunday night game currently still on for sunday night but could be flexed. So we'll have you updated on. Vegas nation dot com as for the situation with cleveland ferral. He did test positive for the virus but Lamarcus joyner so far is just on the list because he is a close contact so we'll also continue to keep an eye on bat and give you updates but positive news. We did see colton. Miller as well as maurice hers back on the practice field on wednesday. So this is good. News for the raiders that they have been there and that there were other defensive starters out on the field carol massar. Was there as well as max crosby. So maybe not all hope is lost yet but we keep you updated on the situation as it develops. Let's get back into this. With michele tafoya now talks about podcast sports uncovered again that debuts november nineteenth on nbc sports dot com. You can check out all of the podcast. They're they're free and michelle. Toya's focuses on jon gruden and the trade that happened. His return to the raiders. Let's get back into this.

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"michele" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

Inform Me Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"michele" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

"Back. was. What About. That most. Off Who? Thank you. Thanks. Please, assume as they call, go straight to your point on top story because you have just one minute to take gave within be solution to take Michele's bounded Moody Elation thank you. August money. Money's up the. Name. Okay. Lobby. For. The..

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