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Do You Remember Roy Moore of Alabama?
"Do you remember the controversial political figure in Alabama named Roy Moore? Roy Moore won the 2017 Republican primary runoff. This was to replace Jeff Sessions. Remember Jeff Sessions had been named by Trump to be attorney general. So there was a vacancy for that seat, a Roy Moore was the candidate. And Roy Moore is somebody who has been outspoken figure in Alabama. He was under Supreme Court. He was also a former sheriff. And the democratic Senate majority PAC. This was a left wing outfit decided to go after Roy Moore. And they did it by blackening his character. By basically saying the guy is a pedophile, that the guy solicits sex from young girls. And they ran a 32nd ad, a thousand times on various television networks in Alabama all across the state, when they said that Roy Moore was soliciting sex from young girls at a mall, they linked to a report in something called the new American journal, and they also had quotes from other news articles where at one point they said that he approached a young girl who was 14 years old and quote working as Santa's helper working at Santa's helpers. So the idea is that Roy Moore is this disgusting pervert. And this was, this was widely promulgated throughout the state. In fact, I remember reading a good deal about it on social media. Well, Roy Moore sued. He basically said, not only is this false information, but the people who put it out, the Democrats, the Senate majority PAC knew it was false. They knew it was false. They put it out anyway. In other words, this is a malicious lie. Clearly designed to destroy my reputation and an harm me. Now, when you make this kind of an allegation against someone, it is, you could almost say per se libelous. And by per se libel is what I mean is you don't have to prove it's damaging. If somebody comes out and says, you know, that I or you are pedophiles, that's harmful on the face of it. It's somewhat like someone saying that you are an axe murderer. I don't have to prove that that's a harmful statement. It's obviously destructive if believed. And this accusation was believed, and the ad appeared to be giving all kinds of citations that the corroborate what the ad was saying.
Cops: Suspects in attack on elderly woman are ages 11 to 18
"Three children and a young man are accused of beating and robbing a 70 year old woman in the lobby of her San Francisco apartment building last month San Francisco police chief William Scott and this from KG O identifies a young man suspected of being involved in the attack and robbery of a 70 year old woman 18 year old Oakland resident Daryl Moore and three juvenile suspects ages 11 13 and 14 Scott says the woman's injuries were not life threatening The attack follows a wave of assaults against Asian Americans during the coronavirus pandemic District attorney Brooke Jenkins tells keo what is going on in our society quite frankly and in San Francisco as you all understand very disturbing The 18 year old 14 year old and 13 year old face a variety of charges including robbery elder abuse false imprisonment and conspiracy The 11 year old is too young to be charged I'm Tim McGuire
Jury: Democratic PAC defamed Moore, awards him $8.2 million
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a jury awards Alabama Republican Roy Moore over $8 million after finding he was defamed by a democratic aligned political action committee A federal jury awarded Republican Roy Moore $8.2 million in damages Friday after finding a democratic aligned super PAC defamed him in an advertisement during the 2017 U.S. Senate race in Alabama The jury found the Senate majority PAC made false and defamatory statements against more in a television commercial that pounced on a sexual misconduct accusation The lawsuit centered on an ad that threw a juxtaposition of statements from various news articles falsely claimed more solicited sex from young girls at a shopping mall A woman had come forward to The Washington Post saying the then 32 year old Moore sexually touched her in 1979 when she was 14 Moore denied the accusation I Mike Gracia
Steven Moore Discusses the So-Called 'Inflation Reduction Act'
"Now is Steve Moore from the committee to unleash prosperity. Steve, this bill that the Senate passed over the weekend. It's hard to even know where to start with this. I'll just kind of give you the floor is yours. What are the big points that people need to know about this increases taxes, the green energy aspect of it increased the IRS. Let's start with the climate change part of it. Where on earth is all that money going to go to quote unquote fight climate change? Well, great to be with you, Charlie. You're right. You and I could probably talk for two hours about this is truly a dreadful Bill. 800 pages long. And I can't think of one good thing in this bill. Truly. I mean, I've read through, not the whole thing, but I've read through most of it. And it is basically just a massive increase in the size and scope of government and the invasiveness of government. And that's essentially the John Doe. I want to make one point right from the start, Charlie. If you count the $1.9 trillion Biden spent in his first months in office, remember that was the blue state bailout bill. And then that fraudulent $1.1 trillion so called infrastructure Bill, which was really the green energy bill. And then remember two or three weeks ago, they passed a massive corporate welfare Bill. That was roughly $200 billion. This one has a price tag of somewhere near. We don't know exactly somewhere 607 100 billion. That's $4 trillion. I mean, can you believe this? They're talking now, the left is talking about, oh my gosh, Joe Biden's like the next FDR. Well, if running up record amounts of debt, records amounts of red ink and deficits and record amounts of inflation, then he has been a quote productive president, but I've never seen anything like this in my 35 years. This will bankrupt our country. And let's just pray that we can stop this now. I'm not confident, but maybe there are maybe four or 5 or 6 fiscally conscientious Democrats left that might finally stay, hey, three and a half $1 trillion enough. We don't need another 700 billion.
Police kill 13 after capturing suspects burying one of their officers
"Overwhelmed police departments are trying to cope with dwindling staffing problems I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest In American cities police departments are losing officers and can't find enough recruits to replace them Sergeant Travis garrison with aggression organ police department says routinely respond to shootings but if the person is going to survive we are not going to follow up on that Pandemic burnout budget cuts and anti police protests have combined to reduce police ranks and many departments are downsizing Los Angeles Police chief Michael Moore says the number of our specialized units have been either disbanded or significantly downsized as a result of the reduction in our workforce The trend has affected residents in ways large and small some officers say it could take years to resolve the problem
Economist Stephen Moore Joins Brandon to Discuss the Recession
"Like I promise you yesterday, I was going to bring on a person who's an expert who's smarter than me on these topics. One thing you guys are going to know about me is that I speak with common sense, I'm authentic, but I'm not the smartest person in the world. So I recruit smarter people to talk about certain subject matter, so we all become smarter together. So I'm going to bring in a gentleman who I think is amazing. Stephen Moore, he's a distinguished fellow in economics at the heritage foundation. He's also the founder of the committee to unleash prosperity. Steven, welcome to the off state of show. It is still fair to be with you. Thanks for having me. And I know great expert on this stuff. But you know what? You don't have to be an expert to understand what's going on with this economy right now. It's just a disgrace. Yes, yes, I think that most people will understand that it's a little bit of common sense sprinkled in with facts, and I think we'll understand, but I have a few questions for you, then I had is that are we in a recession? Well, the dictionary definition of a recession two quarters of negative growth. And unfortunately, we've had that and we confirm that yesterday. Now look, it's a mild recession. It's not we were slightly negative in the first quarter and slightly negative in the second quarter. But the biggest problem right now, I'm calling this a recession in people's personal income. In other words, what's going on right now is that the inflation rate is running at about 9 to 9 and a half percent. And wages are rising by about 5 to 5 and a half percent. So I think the math is pretty easy there, right? If you've got 5% wage growth in 9% inflation, you're following behind. And by my best estimates, the average family when you adjust for the inflation that's out of control has lost about 3000 to $5000 in income in just the last year. That's a lot of money. Let's say you got a family with a 60, $75,000 income. That's a big loss
Senator Patricia Rucker Feels Tax Hikes Will Hurt West Virginia
"Senator Rucker, that's an amazing story. From Venezuela to the state Senate of West Virginia beating an incumbent Democrat to get there. Now what I got to ask you though, like me, you're a Roman Catholic. And like me, you know, Shelley Moore capital is a great senator. And Joe Manchin until yesterday was holding the line and then Joe Kate last night. Are you surprised that he came? I mean, tax hikes as a recession comes in. What do West Virginia think about that? I can not imagine that there would be any positive reaction. It is just absolutely inconceivable. And they're going to spend billions and billions and billions more in an inflationary time on green stuff that Joe said he wouldn't do. And just doesn't make sense. And especially for West Virginia, we are a state that like it or not. Has a lot of fossil fuels and it is one of the main drivers of our economy. We are diversifying, but it is still a super good paying job for the state of West Virginia. And you take the fact that they're trying to destroy that. And then you raise taxes on people who are mostly very humble, very low means very rural. Where's it going to come from? Where it's going to come from is out of all of our hides.
Dick Morris: The Importance of Moore v. Harper
"It's called more versus operated states, North Carolina case. Where the Republicans have sued because the state Supreme Court to allow the congressional report from it. And the Republicans tend to think that the governors and the state courts and the state secretaries of state have no jurisdiction at all over how elections at the federal level are run in their state. State elections they do, but federal elections, they don't. And that's because the constitution article three section four is the time places in matters of holding elections for the senator of Congress shall be determined by the state legislature, not the governor. It's not the state themselves. But only by the legislatures. And the reason this is so important is that there are 5 states that are swing states where the Republican majority and the state legislature have passed perfect election reform law. No drop boxes, no excuse, absentee ballots, no same daily requiring photo ID and all that stuff. But the democratic governor is in those states of vetoing the bill. And this decision which stripped them of the veto authority and the legislature can act on its own. Those states are Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina, the key swing state. And I believe this will eliminate ballot broad. Because these states can pass airtight laws like they have in Arizona Florida and Georgia. And I think that we can be sure, but honest selection with this new decision. The court has decided to get before judges voted to hear the case, which the conservatives, which means it's probably going to pass, probably by 6 to three majority.
"moore " Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore
"A blessing to our ministry. We're so glad that you're part of our team. Why don't you give us a final thought, maybe everybody's watching out there. And then pray for us as we close this down to. Well, I guess I would just have to, again, just encourage anybody, I guess from the sponsor side is considering maybe becoming a sponge. We're doing something like this. Maybe not through this program, but just in general. It's been so rewarding for me just to be able to see the growth as you can place to be really challenged by malachi and his willingness to dive in to God's word and study what that means and what it looks like. So it's a sacrifice, but it's also just a very rewarding experience. So it's also biblical. As I talked about, because he does build us up to equip others and pour into them. So I would as encourage you to be involved on one side or the other. So yeah, it looks pretty together as we close then. Loretta, thank you for this time that we've had just to really hear about these stories. That malachi and Valentine have had gone through this sponsorship. A program and we thank you for Linda and just the time that she's given to be a sponsor as well. And thank you for just the growth that's taken place. And thank you for doing this ministry of next level worship. To put organize this and get this all in place. And we pray for his trip that's coming up that you would just bring more people to come to these intensive schools that you can raise up more leaders to serve in churches around the world that would glorify you and that can become leaders and trainers. Lord and we just give you praise for how you're at work. Let me pray these things in Jesus name. Amen. Hey man, thank you, Barry. And thank you, Linda. And Valentine and malachi. Thank you, Sue. Thank you. And thank you guys for watching today. We're going to wrap up live talk for this week. Right here. But we do hope to see you back next week. Well, more technically, you hear and see us next week.
"moore " Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore
"I would. I've been a beneficiary of the intensive schools before. And it's really changed my perspective of worship all together. And the whole life concept of the teaching of worship is a very rich teaching that I've benefited a lot from, and I've also had the opportunity to travel to, if the intensive school day, travel to Zambia and we did some work there. It's been an awesome experience. And gaining all that information, I felt enriched and one of the things I wanted to do was to pull it out into others. Yeah. That's made this program even more special for me to take what I've been taught and to deposit it into another person. And not just somebody who is within my reach, but the beautiful thing was reaching someone in another country from another culture. Yeah. That has been so amazing. And it's been take Ava out of this whole experience. Oh, so good. Now Linda, the first time that I remember meeting you was in a church. It could have been yours. I think you may have been one of the leaders of the leader in that church of the music, but I don't remember to be honest. I just know I met you at a conference and you were so engaged and I was impressed. I didn't know you, but usually by he's really hungry to absorb this. And I also noticed that you were clearly someone God was using as a leader there. And so I got my attention. So that was my first impression. Was that your first experience with Nick civil warship when we came to hiroti? Yes, that was the first. Okay. The second, and then the sponsorship was the third. Does that work, right? And that's how it works. See, that's what we call a funneling down. Funneling down a Valentine, where's your first experience with us? Is the first time you knew anything about us? Was that the intensive school? Where was your
"moore " Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore
"I worship stars from you today. It can be upset. But to the gut and then I'll turn labor. I understand this. So I want to thank next level worship training to be invited to this training because you need to be in our country. The skill we have in worship is for sure. We upgrade our skills, tool, the whole Christ, to see Christ, then to worship God, evenly songs. You're listening to live talk with Dwayne Moore. International conversations on worship. Hey
"moore " Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore
"We've managed to cover until we get 7. Of these pure praise book, yeah. And I really thank God for this sponsorship program because it has been a late detail in so many areas. So many aspects whereby I had different perspectives as part of me as a leader in my team. I did also nourish me also it helped me doing my fiber studies because I found that in this pure praise whereby if I go through a certain topic, we find that those Bible verses which are referred to each. So it enabled me also to perform and conduct my studies as well. So as to dig deep and understand good more in a deeper level because it is not just a book or I can say it's something which is a book whereby when you read oh and I read I find it moves me. And also it helps me to understand so many things here because every topic has its own its own what you can say agendas whereby according to me, maybe I used to understand things differently I used to see things differently maybe but here I find it that as we went through the book share with possibility I get to understand more about what God says as a leader and also to my team so that they can also we can also be on the same page not like this person is doing his or her own things and all he has is only because there are so many doctrines there are so many there's so many water can say knowledge of men whereby and so many sorts of information whereby if we don't get such a thing like this books
"moore " Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore
"Everybody. I'm doing more. Welcome back to live talk. And I'm not in my normal location. I'm not in our office and north Alabama. I'm actually in Houston. Recording this interview and it is very warm here and where in the summertime in our country and then we have redefined summer in Houston, Texas. It is very, very hot. And we're glad you're here, wherever you are in the world, watching. We know we have people watching in Asia. Via satellite television and also on Facebook and YouTube and on Apple podcasts and I don't know. There's several places you may be listening or watching this. But wherever you are, thank you for giving us some time over the next 45 minutes or so. I'm not sure how long it'll last today, but we're just going to have a really, I believe, exciting conversation with some people that are a part of our sponsorship program. So I'm going to go ahead and introduce you to them and lets you see just a few of the many that we have in our sponsorship program for this year. And so let me introduce these guys. Well, I assume we're going to go around the room and there is some cells, but we've got two pairs, so in our sponsorship program, we pair up one person in one country with a leader in another country. And the idea is it's kind of a mentorship in that. This person has got some maybe knowledge and experience that they can pass on to the other one. But as I think we'll find out today, guys, you really learn from each other, don't you? And so we've got two different pairs here, so Barry will start with you. Barry is our producer for live talk, but he's also a sponsor. Barry tell us about you. And tell us about your sponsorship. All right, well, my name is Barry westman, and I'm a worship pastor, lived in Janesville, Wisconsin. In the United States. And I've been here for several years and I've just been able to be involved with malachi here in the sponsorship program and the light images themselves, but it was just a great experience to get to know mankind to hear about his church and his ministry and just encourage one another and really I have grown a lot for this experience as well. So what we're going to dig into that and hear more about how you grew, but now let's shift over to malachi now. So Barry's in the United States here in Wisconsin. Malachi, you're in Kenya, but I'm not sure we're in Kenya. NATO. You're a Nairobi. Okay. But tell us about you. Okay, my name's and I'm from Kenya and Nairobi. Among the leaders in prison worship team and I'm also an instrumentalist of God in a church in aerobic currently, but I was in
"moore " Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore
"This is live talk with Dwayne Moore. We're talking worship on a global scale. Hey everybody, welcome to live talk. I'm Dwayne Moore. I'm so excited that you're with us. For today's episode, this interview I'm about to show you is was previously recorded about our sponsorship program. So we're going to interview some of the people that have been a part of the sponsorship program during this year of 2022. So you're going to love what they have to share. I promise you, it's going to be an incredible. So stay tuned for that. But also, would you pray for us as we prepare within actually less than two weeks from now, we will be flying to Africa to do four country tour. Where we will be training hundreds of pastors and worship leaders and church leaders will be going into villages teaching children about Jesus about the gospel in about worship true worship. That's why we do it next step of worship. We teach people how worship is something they don't just do at church, is more than music, it's more than the clapping and the singing in the shouting. It's what we do in our daily lives. And that is important. And that's what we teach. And we're going to be going to Africa to teach that. Would you pray for us? And perhaps you would fill it to give a support us. We're still a few $1000 away from our gold, what we need to pay for this very expensive trip will be housing, church leaders will be feeding them all week long. We'll be sharing materials with them and knowledge and experience and all the things they're going to get. And they're getting it for very small amount of money. Our ministry picks up about 90% of the cost. And so, you know, I'm not complaining, I'm not trying to make you feel guilty. But if you feel led to give, oh, we would appreciate it. You can go to next level worship dot com slash donate. And sincerely pray for us, would you do that because the enemy hates worship and therefore, enemy hates us, because we teach people about worship. Does not mean that we have it all figured out doesn't mean we understand everything. You know, we'll spend an entire lifetime and beyond learning how to work our God better because he's so worthy of it. And he's got. And we'll never figure him out, therefore. We'll never figure out worship. Not completely. But we can teach what we know and we can share what God's word says about it. So pray for us that next level worship profile team that's coming from different countries all converging in Africa for this training, powerful time. Well, as promised, here's the interview with some people that have become dear Friends of ours through the sponsorship program. These are people deeply involved with next level worship. Right after this, we'll be back with the interview with a sponsorship program. Live talk with Dwayne Moore. Biblical, worship, perspective. Hey,
Gettr's Jason Miller on the Ongoing Twitter vs. Elon Musk Legal Saga
"With this right now is the man behind getter, Jason Miller, Jason, welcome to the program. How are you? Thanks for having me. I'm doing great. So Elon Musk pulls out of the Twitter deal. It's a little unclear what's happening with all of that. Can you game us out kind of game this out for us? How do you see this ending, Twitter is suing Elon, you know, some people thought the deal would never go through altogether. Thankfully, we have getter as this amazing robust free speech platform, what are your thoughts? Yeah, so even though Twitter obviously is a competitor and it would hurt if Elon Musk took over. What Elon Musk was trying to do with Twitter was the right move for free speech. He was trying to get some sense of normalcy back to the blue bird, try to get some kind of control back for our voices. But what he found, what he ran into was this brick wall of liberal ideology, where he realized the culture of that company was not going to change even if he was in charge. So now this thing looks like it's going to explode. You have Musk. You have Twitter, they're fighting each other. I don't know who's going on the legal side, but there is the big question of what's actually going to be left. I mean, it's essentially a pile of rubble at this point.
Steve Moore: The New Democrats Are Too Incompetent to Bribe
"That there is a conventional wisdom. There's not conventional. There is a talking point that once Illinois hits rock bottom, it reverse course, I don't think that's the case anymore. It just seems as if there is just kind of an enjoyment of misery between the Democrats there. As long as they're in charge, they don't care. You know, I've kind of glad for having this conversation because I've lived lived in Chicago during the 60s and 70s. I went to the University of Illinois that since then I've lived in the swamp and watch, but I still have all my family in Chicago. And the whole, one of the big parts of the history of Chicago is Richard Daley. He was a Democrat, he was, you know, there was a lot of hanky panky going in Chicago, but they called Chicago, the city that works. That's a nice way to sweat. You had to pay off to get stuff done. In Chicago worked. And that's the old fashioned Democrat, right? Now, the new Democrats, nothing works. That's right. And the whole thing kind of just, you know, I think that's so insightful. I've said for the longest time, I will take the most corrupt back dealing Democrat in a second over an ideologue. I mean, okay, fine, you're paying off some developers, some contractor, you know, you have some, I guess, some it's just a cost to do in business. Yeah, it's built into it, but you know, it's kind of this old thing back in the, there's a true story. I mean, mayor Daley got John F. Kennedy elected through widespread voter fraud. That's proven. And so mayor Daley senior, not junior. And there's kind of this story where he asked all this money from for Jack Kennedy for federal aid to rebuild Chicago and he asked for something like $25 million to put in a transit system and all this. And he's like, hey, this project is only going to cost us 10 million. We'll be able to divide the 15 amongst all of us. And he said, we can get it done quickly. And actually, you look at today, it would cost adjusted for inflation ten times that. And so the new saying is that the new Democrats are just too incompetent to even bribe. Yeah, exactly. No, I've always said ideological a misguided ideologies far more dangerous than graphic corruption.
How the Left Is Destroying Chicago With Steve Moore
"With us right now is a great American. I've known him for quite some time. Steve Moore, Steve, welcome to the program. Hey Charlie, thanks so much for having me. Great to be with you. And you are a great American. So it's a pleasure to be on your show. Thank you. We've known each other for a while and both from Chicago and unfortunately that whole state has been largely destroyed. So you have this great you see that Ken Griffin moved out of Chicago. There's a great article about him. I know this isn't the subject of our conversation, but it's really important. It showed that he is given hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars to the museums, the orchestra, to food banks. He's one of the most philanthropic guys and he's, I don't think anybody in the history of Illinois has given more to the civic institutions of Chicago and he finally had to leave because of the high taxes and the high crime rate in the city of Chicago. And it just shows what happens when liberals ruin a place because all these institutions like how are we going to replace Ken Griffin's money? That's a good question. Maybe you shouldn't have chased him out of the state. And it was you're exactly right. So ran a company called Citadel and started it right there in downtown Chicago, enormously successful. You could point to so many of the beauty of Chicago because of his generosity and philanthropy. And you actually look at why he left in the report, there were three Citadel employees that were mugged on the way to work, Steve. I mean, you and I grew up in Chicago. I mean, this is river north. This is not, you know, near comiskey or U.S. cellular, right? This is the heart of Chicago where people are being mugged at 8 or 9 in the morning or at 5 or 6 at night. Actually, I know you're not here to talk about it but Steve, it's really quick on the Chicago thing. I mean, it's just tragic Boeing is now left. Caterpillars. Caterpillars gone Citadel is gone. And you're right. And they actually had to shut down for several weeks the theater district in Chicago because it wasn't safe for people to go to theater. My point is that, you know, and this is happening now in New York City. It's happening in San Francisco. It's happening in Los Angeles. Los Angeles are great cities are being destroyed by wokeism and this big government
The List of Republicans Who Contributed to Inflation
"Because these senators have contributed to inflation today Thereby partisanship has contributed to what's taking place today Roy blunt of Missouri Richard Byrd North Carolina Bill Cassidy of Louisiana Shelley Moore capito of West Virginia Susan Collins of Maine Kevin Cramer of North Dakota Mike crapo of Idaho Deb Fischer of Nebraska Lindsey Graham of South Carolina chuck grassley of Iowa John Hoover and of North Dakota Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky Lisa Murkowski of Alaska Rob Portman of Ohio Jim risch of Idaho Mitt Romney of Utah Dan Sullivan of Alaska Tom tillis of North Carolina Roger wicker of Mississippi these 19 Republicans Even after the $1.9 trillion spending splurge contributed another $1.2 trillion One 9 and one two 3.1 trillion on top of the half a trillion Just months before $3.16 trillion in less than one year On top of a nearly $5 trillion federal budget That's why we have inflation That's why we have inflation And these 19 Republicans contributed to it It's about the time the media in this country when they bring them on and they're attacking the Democrats point out who these 19 rhino cowards are playing to the media
Our Country Is in a Really Bad Spot...
"Country's in a really, really bad spot. And I think the reason really comes down to this, you have a bunch of inexperienced people that you know, Joe Biden has been in Washington, D.C. forever. Sure, but he still lacks experience in the he doesn't have the executive chops that one would need to be the president of the United States. He doesn't have the leadership chops. He doesn't have the get up and go that maybe a younger person might have, not that I'm an ageist, but you know the guy's 79 years old. And so all these things combined, their problem. But you see, it's not just him. The team around him is really, really lacking. I mean, heck, you got speech writers that are writing total blunders and Joe Biden's speech and San Antonio. Doctor Jill, that really offending a lot of people. If you watch yesterday's podcast, you heard what she said, which included the Hispanic community coming out. The journalist association saying, hey, wait a second. We're not tacos. It's a rad tag team. And I suspect the real reason for it being so poorly performing comes back to this. And that's that nobody there has actually had a real job like ever. On average and my friend, The Economist Steve Moore, over at the committee to unleash prosperity, did an analysis of this. He and his team, they looked at the education and the professional backgrounds of all the people in The White House in the administration right now. And what they found is all the top people have, on average, two, maybe two and a half years of actual work experience. Think about that. All these people, they come from academia and law and politics. They haven't actually had real jobs or run businesses. And I think that is the main differentiating factor between what you saw in the Trump administration and what you see now.
Kavanaugh Dinner Targeted by Abortion-Rights Activists
"I'm still very curious. As to an argument and I want to, is there anyone who listens to my radio show that is willing to argue the validity of abortions, I don't see that it makes sense. Just recently, AOC, which the book chief bandit, I don't know why she's celebrating the fact that Justin Brett Kavanaugh literally got protested out of a restaurant, Morton's steakhouse, in downtown Washington, because he was one of 6 Supreme Court Justices who decided that roe V wade or abortions should have never been a constitutionally protected. I don't understand as a woman. And I'm not a woman, but I'm married to a woman, and I came out of a woman, okay? Who came out of a woman who came out of a woman. You get the drift. I don't understand how a person can feel that their rights have been taken away from them, and they have been disenfranchised in this country because they can not have abortions.
The Fantasy of a Gun Free Country
"I want to continue the conversation about these crazy lunatics like Michael Moore, who want to restrict guns at all costs. And they want to really, I don't know what word they live in. Because the people in my opinion who were in government who want to restrict guns are out of touch with reality. Because they have nothing but armed people protecting them every single day. Michael Moore and others believe that people shouldn't have guns. Why do you need a gun to protect you? There's always the police. Well, you know that's one or two police officers for every thousand person. So persons, I guess that have been a word to say. So how do they help you? If you get into something right now, as we speak, bang, bang bang, bang, somebody start shooting. What's going to happen to you? First of all, you got to have the wherewithal to get your phone, hopefully you didn't get struck in your hands, face, neck, back, to where you can dial the 9-1-1. And how many of you guys right now know exactly what your location is? And in a full panic, you can tell the police officer is exactly where I'm at. I'm at this location at this intersection at this time and you're smooth. And most people don't know where you are, especially in a panic situation, you don't know if you sat, you don't know if you know it, south, east, west, you may know what street you own, you don't know what a cross street is. And then you got to relay all this information to a dispatcher who's telling you, sir, calm down, sir. What's your name? Sir, how many times were you shot? Sir, did it hurt? Or did it not hurt, sir? How many other people were shot, sir? Is the suspect tall? Is he short? Sir? Stop dying to answer my question, sir. This is what's going to happen to you, you call 9 one.
Filmmaker Michael Moore Pens HisOwn version of 2nd Amendment
"I want to tell y'all about this story. Of this man whose brain is completely faulting him. In his name is Michael Moore, now Michael Moore, he made one documentary that I have any respect for him. It's the one calling out these liberals virtue signaling about climate change. I mean, he may 1 documentary. Maybe he fell on his head and accidentally made a documentary telling the truth. But the rest of his life, he's being an incredible idiotic individual. So now what is Michael Moore decided to decide to do? Michael Moore has decided that we need a Twenty-eighth Amendment to repeal and replace the Second Amendment. Whoo. You know he's stupid. The repeal replaced the Second Amendment. Now, let me read to you some articles or sections of his amendment. I'm going to read them to you verbatim, so I don't miss any of the stupidity. Initially saying that he wants to get rid of the Second Amendment because of violence or whatever the case may be, he claimed that the section one should read the rights of the free people to be kept free from gun violence. And the fear thereof must not be in French and Shelby protected by the Congress and the states.
Will America Return to Who She Was Called to Be?
"The foolery ladies and gentlemen has just captured me. And how we allow these things to occur is beyond imagination for me. I think that people are forgetting what our country was established to do. What our government was established to do. With all of this foolery going on and people leading and running our country without our best interest at heart, what are we doing? What are we doing in Congress? What are we doing at the executive branch? What are we doing in the Supreme Court? What are we doing? I'd have to say just recently the Supreme Court has been shelling out what I would consider to be their constitutional duties overturning and clarifying quote unquote rights that were never constitutionally protected, finally I feel like that they were stepping beyond the veil to actually do what they were called to do, Congress don't do sugar honey iced tea. They don't do nothing. When the Republicans had the House and Senate, they didn't do nothing. Explain this to me.
Hunter Biden's iCloud Account Allegedly Hacked by 4chan User
"Did you see the 4chan leak? Of Joe Biden's not Joe Biden behinder Biden's info. His iPhone cloud was hacked. And the information was put all over 4chan, it is absolutely devastating. Now, we all know that if you are a Democrat, or you are akin to a Biden or Clinton, you could kill people and nobody's going to ever hold you accountable. However, to see the president's son with hookers, I mean, okay, doing sexual stuff is on your own dime, you know, you're a grown man. You can record whatever you want to. But for that stuff to be all over the Internet, him apparently allegedly weighing crack cocaine on a scale. Enough crack cocaine to put you in prison for a very long time. That's his son.
"moore " Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"As it turned out. Moore's law surpassed even the expectations of more himself initially didn't think it would continue. Pass them in nineteen seventies and even by the nineteen seventies. He thought the growth wouldn't continue. Pass the early eighties. However it never really stopped. Technical development has kept place with moore's law up until today the number of transistors on an integrated circuit went from about two thousand in nineteen sixty five to sixty billion today. In fact some ultra large specialty chips can now be created with two point six trillion transistors. The cost of a transistor has correspondingly gone down exponentially as well a single transistor in one thousand nine hundred sixty may have cost around eight dollars in inflation adjusted currency today. The price of a single transistor would be approximately one ten billionth of dollar. How does this work. How have they been able to keep doubling the number of transistors on a chip about every two years. There is no one secret. All of the advancements made over the last fifty five years since moore's prediction have been the cumulative result of thousands of incremental improvements. One of the big things has been the ability to shrink the size of transistors. In one thousand nine hundred seventy the size of a transistor was approximately ten microns or micrometres the size of a transistor on the m one chip developed by apple. Which you can buy. Today is only five nanometers. That's an over two thousand fold decrease in the size of a transistor one of the techniques developed a creed ever smaller. Transistors was called photolithography. Light was literally used to burn circuits into silicon chips. However as transistors got smaller the ran into a problem when the transistors were smaller than the wavelength of ultraviolet light which is approximately ten nanometers. This is on top of advancements in materials science to make better substrates for chips and even the development of ultra pure clean rooms because even a single grain of dust could ruin a chip if it landed on it the exponential growth of moore's law will eventually bump into physics..
"moore " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch
"Busy, day in and day out. And we think we're working towards the right goal. If I ask most people, what's most important to you, they may say, well, my family is most important to me, or maybe it's my employees or my business or my health. All of those are valid and you also can have multiple wise. Why are you doing what you're doing? But today, my guess, Dan Moore, author and TEDx speaker poses a question, is your why a lie? And he explains that while we may say our family is most important, are we really present for them when we're with them or are we distracted with phone and work and other things that are pulling our attention away? So if your why really is your family, are you actually sabotaging it and when we unpack this, you may say by why is a lie? And I need to make some adjustments. I'm really excited. This is such an impactful of such a powerful episode. I can't wait to share it with you. So let's dive into today's episode of. You're in charge, conversations that spark change with Dan Moore. Are.
"moore " Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"The third everyone. This is rumble with michael moore and michael moore and. I'm very happy to have you with me here today. My guest is going to be the great writer. Thinker philosopher.
"moore " Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
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"moore " Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"At once covert climate and the coup we are in a disastrous ecological pandemic. That may also be the cause of the corona virus pandemic. Mother nature has decided the only way to protect her. Earth is to attack those trying to kill it us by fire flood virus. Dead oceans drought bats biomass starvation. She she just throwing everything at us to see what sticks. And i'm guessing she's thinking two or three more pandemics should do the trick. With these mutant apes the final pandemic thrust upon us has been the impending death of our democracy a plague of millions of people who know that their race is being depopulated and are hell bent on destroying what's left of our system of elections governance and our hopes of equity and fairness and freedom. They are the super spreaders of hate and ignorance and are only comfort. Right now is that there are about ten million more of us than there are them and thanks to their believing that kovic is a hoax and bleach is a medicine. We are now going to ironically outlive them. Because we lined up and got the shots that trump himself ordered for us. So maybe there's hope here's how my new letter to you will work. I've teamed up with an amazing free service for writers and artists called sub stack. Some stack is a publishing platform. That i and many other writers believed to be a better and easier way to send you our latest writings. Rants podcasts videos ideas recipes. All of it by way of a simple elegant email that's informative subversive and entertaining a place where we can write you. A poem sinuous song. Help open the only abortion clinic. In your state this -combobulate the domestic insurgents eliminate the filibuster and the senate barbershop and show you our plan on how to get ninety three percent of the world vaccinated each week. I'll share my new writings. Random fought or to my weekly podcast which will be embedded right here in this email just clicked play boom. There's podcast my weekly letter will also contain some bit zimbabwe's or or maybe something. I've run across from far corner of the world that i know you're going to like all of this will come to you in one breezy email. A simple easy to use and share letter from mike from me to you just like that and you can share your thoughts back with me. Here's how to think of this. Think of it as a million of us coming together and acting as one finding ways to embrace each other to embrace in protect our democracy and to embrace this fragile world which we inhabit. I have been a witness to forty. Plus years of those in power seeking the dumbest down demoralizes crush our spirits and keep us in a place with little or no political or economic power. If we want to speak up to write broadcast ourselves to have our voices heard. Where do we go. Ask anderson cooper to have on his show tonight instead of a hedge fund closing local paper. How about just giving it to us. And then there's social media and let's be honest. They're all massive corporations complete with their own often. Insidious motivations to drive eyeballs. That's what they call it to drive eyeballs to get clicks no matter what. The cost is to our social fabric. That's what passes now as freedom of speech my dear friends. I am longing for place to have intelligent. Civil exchange of new im- brave in beautifully radical ideas a platform where. I can right what. I want to say to have a thoughtful conversation with you to truly connect without the trolls and the bigots stinking up the place. I want to act with you all of us now in ways that will actually affect change. Because you and i both know that our time is running out. I've been shaken by wass the sheer subsumed by the injustice of it all and consumed in a quiet rage and buy some strange accident of will. I began recording a podcast in my tiny guest bedroom. 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"moore " Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
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Out of the premier league. Don't we eventually get sold off to yahoo. In two thousand one in the days after nine eleven mine was a lonely voice insisting that we not invade afghanistan on september fifteenth. Two thousand one. I sent a personal letter to my email list. Saying this i feel. I have a responsibility as an american to speak out and say what needs to be said that we the united states of america are culpable in committing many acts of terror and bloodshed and we had better get a clue about the culture of violence in which we have been active participants. I know it's a hard thing to hear right now. But if i and others don't say it. I fear we will soon be in a war. That will do nothing to protect us almost twenty years ago in a subsequent letter. I asked the nearly one million people on my list to join the trying to stop this war. Many of you are on that list. You inundate congress with calls and letters and although we couldn't stop that war nor the one in iraq. 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We are in the midst of trying to survive three massive pandemics all.
"moore " Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"Is all the king's men. Trevor moore signed a two year contract extension with the la kings of you days ago and he was nice enough to call in for a quick chat with me and zach duly joining us now trevor. More he of the brand new contract. Extension trevor congrats. Thanks for joining us extract. Me i appreciate it now. There was obviously the deadline to qualify restricted. Free agents was today. How long does it take to get this deal done. I think we've been talking a little bit here and there throughout the the whole off-season in a for the end of the year there. I think it was just you know but he made it clear that we were gonna get something done. It's just gonna take some time. And i think that you know they were just a lot of moving parts had to deal with a lot of stress and everything but But you have to super godson you made it very clear at the end of the year that you wanted to be here. You wanted to be a part of what the kings are building. What are some of the factors that went into you saying that making either you wanna be inelegant i think maybe just plan on the line with clinton by field for a couple of games as fun and you see the talent that he has right and you see i'm working out with the turkey out right now and just as young guys in the talent they have is is incredible and then you look at the most of it in the offseason brand arvidsson. Super good player. It just seems like a place that you know going the right direction. And i'm just super gratefully part of it. Seems like The culture here is is a big part of it as well. Rob blake mentioned you as a guy who's fit in well in the room. Who is has the character in the makeup. They wanna they wanna have here with the kings and you know. How big of a part does that planet you know alongside that young talent for sure..
"moore " Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Let's make sure that we're really precise what we're doing for what it's worth. My friend. nicole. Wallace was her handler. Gave you very high. They call wallace is one of my very helpful friends. Choose somebody who gave me a lot of information. And i wouldn't have been able to do without nicole up-close yes be the person i was saying. We showed me what happened. Yeah she still kind of tenses up that year and then shortly thereafter. You win the oscar for still alice. You've been nominated before. Was that gratifying for you. Because of obviously that character was so complex and it was such a such a heavy role to play but then must have felt great. It's a me. I mean it was. It was amazing. It was beyond gratifying. Because you know honestly this is a an award is given to you by your peers. And i think we all know any any world that we live in our where we work that we care very much about how. How what are co workers. Think feel about know what we've done so so it's our way in show business of saying like. Hey that was that was. That was great. Work was a great job. So yes it's obviously really graph. I already had the respect of a of actors and audiences but does it change things to say. Oscar winner julianne moore. If it's a weird statistic thing why why why kids were my son again was talking about like being in stat class. And somebody talking about like winning a nobel winning an oscar or or wouldn't go policy or something like that anyway so you realize that their cultural a cultural thing too so so yes. It still seems weird to me. That actually opened joking about your imdb page. Obviously reading it i. It's hard to know where to begin. You've done so much and you have such a threat of different roles in your career is that do is chalk that up to just picking the right things and finding good stories and obviously your talent comes into it but longevity like that doesn't happen to everybody. I really liked what i do. I really love what i do. And i didn't anticipate Carrying about much loving it so much loving it for so long. I mean i think sometimes people feel like i think we feel like sometimes in our culture that you do something wrong. I'm gonna get sick of it and be done with it. You know it's like our But it's been it's really fascinating. And the more i do the less i feel like i know you know. There's always a little bit further to go with something. I'm i'm really excited by the work. That people around me do. I'm i'm interested in that kind of dramatic or comedic storytelling. I don't know i like it. You know and i think it's been It's been rewarding to be able to have done to to like gone to after school trial for the school. Play and have that that kind of interest carry through my life will on behalf of your fans. Thank you for joining. The drill team accepted on the drill team added. Thank all those all those girls that didn't vote. Oh pretty and that was so cool. And chris and i didn't make it look at you like it all worked out julianne backyard. Thank you for your time. Such a pleasure. I mean it's true. She makes that drill team. There's no julianne moore oscar winner giving us all these great movies. My big thanks again to julianne for our conversation.
"moore " Discussed on Moore Hair Galore Podcast
"More hair products or dot com. This is a website where we primarily talk about here I'm wanted to create a website. That is the directory where people can just go to my website in disturbed for any type of hair brand for that is created by small businesses. I'm i believe in supporting the small mom and pop. One-stop shop businesses I wanted to promote this website. And this podcast. Because i am very interested in connecting with some small businesses who have their own Hair products that there are a are working on and liked to showcase their products and also get a background about them. They owner creator of the products. Discontent insight of how they started their business and what their product can do for natural hair I am a self proclaimed prayer product junkie. I probably have tried all types of hair products under the sun. And i love talking about hair and wanting to try to find products that good for natural hair so if anyone is interested in connecting with me i will have my contact information at the end of the podcasts But whenever rise to just check out. Www dot more. That's m. o. r. e. hair products galore. That's more hair products. Galore all one word dot com. And i would like to hear feedback and to see if others would like to connect a network in we can perhaps by new products that are right under the radar because there are a lot of good products especially found a lot of nice some products on on the oetzi website. In those other products. I would like to showcase the brick name brands we. They don't need too much of our our on advertising. But i just want to kind of reach out to the smaller smaller.
"moore " Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"Know it was not until reading your book that I learned the full extent of the role that religion has played in your life, , and you even have a masters and the logical studies from Princeton theological seminary. . That's high. . Did you think we're going to become a minister? ? Yeah I. . I was a church boy. . I should also be very clear that I was a church boy who maintained at the allergy that was queer antagonistic even as I was coming into myself as a queer person? ? Carter. . The reason why I went to seminary was was to be able to have to be a space. . where I could ask the of questions that I did not necessarily feel empowered are safe enough to ask within the churches that I had been part of. . So I went to seminary because I'm like at least I can be here and like lift up all of this sort of Aquarius ask questions that I have about what I'm being taught and I always say that seminary really saved me my ability to push back against what I consider to be violent the allergies theologies that kill kill. . The spirit and which can often lead at least in my case, , two incidences of suicidal ideation because you're taught to believe that God who is love somehow withhold their love from you. . So yeah, , I went there to really save myself and was saved by being in a space where I could actually descent and critiqued at the allergies and all the things that have been taught and today Ju- subscribe to organized religion or is it just more general? ? Yeah. . I, , mean I've not been editor in. . Cash because people know that I am I consider myself spiritual I. . consider myself as someone who maintains a big vast understanding of like. . It but not connected to any denomination. . I'm invited sometimes the preach which is interesting but even I think my interpretation of the Gospel or at least a message that our offer are much more grounded are shaped by Justice and love for those that would otherwise be kept out of that love within Chris in some Christian traditions I think like one of the saddest parts I guess for me I'll say, , sad of Christianity and other religions not accepting people is that on the whole people I think want these things we are a very spiritual. . Yeah I mean there's this idea that somehow you. . Had to be transferred non binary to be to be sexually ushered in not just the US. But . around the world is somehow not be a person who does not have. . Thoughts ideas, , connections to spirit to guide to God's to religious traditions to practices. . I mean, , took a lot for me to leave the church that was that was family for me but I wasn't willing to be in a space that was harming me even even if I loved all of those things even while I missed all of those traditions. . In this current moment that is bonkers and only seems to grow more. . So every day. . That a fair assessment, , it is a US. . I can't get rid of the bags under my eyes because at night I'm just like another show has happened I I need a glass of whisky to borrow a we're talking about Christianity. . You know folk are so afraid about internal damnation of what we might call a hell. . For many people living under the conditions of anti-black violence of Queer and Trans antagonisms legislated the caging. That . is happening to undocumented people. . The political rhetoric that is no longer rhetoric always been rhetoric. . You know there's always been sort of white supremacist ideology. . Always, , we always have those systems but. . It's just absolutely absolutely as you said bonkers and for many people, , you WanNa talk about Hell for a lot of people. . This is what that feels like it is daunting. .