38 Burst results for "Morgan"

Fresh update on "morgan" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:49 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "morgan" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Better revenue growth because of high nominal GDP, how does that redound upon margins? Yeah, this has been an ongoing debate. We've had a client since really April. We were out in front of earnings disappointing at some point into 23. But that does contrast with this idea that we live in a nominal world. GDP nominal GDP is probably going to stay positive next year, even if we have a recession. Ellen's forecast next year is for now the recession, but basically 0% real growth. So it's going to feel like a recession. But to your point, if you get an inflation still positive, you can have positive revenue growth. We have that baked into our numbers time. Our base case of a $195 next year. As soon as we still have positive revenue growth of about 3% due to not only GDP staying in positive territory, but it all comes down to margins. And this is the part of the story that we think is underappreciated by a lot of investors, which is inflation is what drove profits higher. And so as inflation comes down next year, as we're forecasting, we have inflation going back towards two, two to 3% by the end of next year, that's actually bad for equities. Good for bonds, but bad for equities because it's going to crush margins. And this is the story that we think is, once again, underappreciated, the negative operating leverage that we're seeing in business models is companies scramble for supply, 6 to 8 months ago, and over higher, that has to be run through the income statement now. And that's going to be that's going to, that's going to be what makes the low in the first and second quarter. So I would say where people are maybe catching up on the earnings story, I don't think they're bearish enough in terms of this margin degradation. Mike, you said that perhaps could be a trough of 3000 to 3200 in the first quarter of next year as we do get that reality check from earnings. Have the recent data with respect to the latest CPI with respect to some of the other metrics that people are seeing a softening in and that we're hearing a change in tone from the rhetoric of J pal, perhaps. Yesterday, have you changed that view? Does that seem further away in terms of that bare case scenario? Well, once again, I mean, the bare case scenario assumes we have probably a modest recession next year. And in that scenario, all that happens is revenue growth goes flat. Maybe slightly negative, but that will make the negative operating leverage even worse. And so that's a $180 in earnings next year. So with a $180 in earnings next year, 3000 is not really a stretch. So look, we don't have a crystal ball, unfortunately. I wish I did. In terms of what I'm most uncertain about is the timing of this. We thought it could have actually happened in the fourth quarter of this year, meaning these earnings revisions, and that's one of the reasons we flipped positive in October if we felt like it's going to be pushed down. And that's what's happening. Could it get pushed out further into the middle of next year? Yes. Do we think we can avoid it? No. So we think at a minimum we'll take out 3500. Sometime in the first half of next year. And yes, that bear case, unfortunately, is alive. And that's 3000. In the meantime, Mike, let's get one final call from you. What would you buy and hold right now guarantee your end? What would it be? And it could be away from the index. You tell me. Yeah, well, I think it's fun. I think that if you think about bear markets that are punctuated by either economic or earnings recession, we think we're going to get at least one of those. The earnings recession, the sort of order of operations is very clear. You want to buy a cat, you want to be cash first, then you want to buy treasuries, long duration, then you want to buy credit and you want to buy equities last. So we're already going to already overweight cash. So front end cash or you own backend treasuries. Now for a trade. We think it's NASDAQ or long duration stocks. We'll like that move in race lower. But that's more speculative. That's for the trading community. I think for the investment community and for asset owners, it's basically bonds. Mike, just phenomenal. Thanks for your time and let's catch up before yearend. Might Wilson of Morgan Stanley. Thank you. Hopefully. I think maybe in a couple of weeks time, there's a great piece. It's a fantastic interview with Mike Wilson and Bloomberg markets this month's edition. So check that out. You can check that out online as well. Tom, just phenomenal. Just a great call from Mike and the team and Mike would be the first to say this is a team effort, a massive team effort and Morgan Stanley. That's the clinic there in the heritage and I give Steve roach all the credit in the world for this. They argue like no other firm. It is part of the culture. You have an opinion, you state it and you're allowed to publish a different angle. That's the heritage of Morgan Stanley economics and it goes right over to their sell side debate from decades ago and of course the great work Mike Wilson's done. And that creates a fervor that you don't have at a lot of other firms. Equity futures this morning, elevated again, just a little lift here, Tom. Wilson moved the Mark? Up to 10.1% about that. Equity features. It's down a little bit. Now now, down to base point on the ten year three 59 80 from New York City. With Tom Keane and Lisa rabbit saint Jonathan farrow

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America Must Guard the Family to Stop the Spread of Marxism

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:53 min | 1 d ago

America Must Guard the Family to Stop the Spread of Marxism

"Random things. Sam brinton being hired. Left wing school boards having pornographic Peter Phillip materials in the schools. The drag queen story hours, the balenciaga campaign ad campaign. These aren't accidents because they're all coming from the left. And the fact is, if you look at communist states, if you look at socialist states, the number one target isn't freedom and liberty of the individual. The thing they have to destroy first is the family because the family is not only the building block of civilization, the family is the last fortress. It's the last keep against the ideology of Karl Marx and of communism. So what do you think of my observation that none of these things are happening by accident? And it's because the family is the greatest threat to socialists. Yeah. I mean, in my opinion, in my evaluation of it, looking at all of history, the left operates and works generationally, and they are succeeding because they are winning by generation in terms of indoctrinating America's youth, and separating America's youth from their parents. Now, I would say the most frequent misconception that conservative or even just, you know, in the middle of the road, parents that love their kids love this country, maybe they vote Democrat or Republican, whatever it may be. They just kind of like it here, and they don't have much to complain about, and they want to see this continue for future generations, very basic thing, right? It's crazy to say these days. So they think that perhaps the colleges have just gone crazy. And so they send their child to school and maybe after a semester they get indoctrinated. I go off stage after my speeches, especially to younger crowds into crowds of parents, and I will have so many parents that say Morgan, what do I do? I sent my kid to college for a semester and they're already a Marxist. How can I change this? But in my view of it, this is not a situation where we should be blaming the higher institutions. Instead, we need to look at the fact that from elementary school at least, we should be teaching children to understand free will, choice versus force and the role of government. We need to develop a healthy, distrust of institutions and government, and then instead of trusting government schools, public schools, to teach our kids about important things like history and philosophy and human nature and government civics, finance, economics, all the important stuff. We should be probably talking to our own kids about that and creating a foundation because the public school system is not doing that. So what happens is you have these kids that graduate high school with no real world understanding. They go to college where they meet crazy Marxist professors and that's when really bad stuff starts to happen and they come home with pink hair, right?

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Fresh update on "morgan" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:07 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "morgan" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"I'm Nathan Hager, after yesterday's surge, futures are taking a bit of a breather this morning. Let's head right over to the first bird breaking news desk for today's morning call. Here's Bill maloney. Good morning, Bill. And good morning, Nathan. That's right, modest loss in the futures after yesterday's jump with Dow futures down 63 points has to be dropped three and a half and NASDAQ futures fall by 27. The U.S. ten year 3.6% gold is up 12 oil is in the green and Bitcoin is trading little changed. Japan rose .9% overnight while European markets are also trading in the green this morning and back in the U.S. on the economic front at 8 30 PCE and initi Jas claims at 9 45 manufacturing PMI and a 10 o'clock. I assume manufacturing after the bill of night Salesforce reported shares down 6% in the pre market and snowflake Q four product revenue forecast missed estimates. In deal news, HPE is said to have expressed interest in cloud from new tanks, and in other news, JPMorgan said U.S. stocks to sink in the first half of 2023, and Taiwan semi plans to make more advanced chips in the U.S. at the urging of Apple. Wrapping things up, Otis worldwide was cut to equate to Barclays, Capital One cut to underweight. Over at Morgan Stanley. Live from

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'The Freedom Records' Is Trying to Warn Americans About Socialism

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:48 min | 1 d ago

'The Freedom Records' Is Trying to Warn Americans About Socialism

"Back with my friend, my colleague, Morgan zagers, who has started a video audio history of chronicle of those who are really warning America of what they lived through under socialism under communism. It's called the freedom records. Everybody needs to see it share it and use what they learn there to help us prevent that occurring here. Can you share with us that the top one or two? Which of the interviews who was it, where were they from that kind of just, you know, you've been studying this for years now, but which of these interviews just hit you so hard that made you think, oh my gosh, this is so serious. Yeah, I mean, it's actually really difficult because for me, I've, to be honest, I've never really had an interview job before. It's never really been something that I've done. And so to be in a situation where I'm interviewing people about some of the most traumatic moments of their life, it's a very humbling experience. And so we've done about 20 total so far. And they're still getting released every month, but what really has struck me, we interviewed a couple women from communist China. One of them was Jennifer Zhang. I'm not sure if you are familiar with her, but she's very active on social media if you guys want to find her accounts. I can send you the links. And her experiences be telling them to me on the interview, for example, are very somber. There's a lot of crying. There's a lot of sniffles and tissue breaks. And so from the production standpoint, our team, I mean, the camera crew, they aren't even familiar with a lot of these topics. We just hired a camera crew. And so at the end of filming, they come to me in there like Morgan. We had no idea that any of this was going on. And that's because most Americans have no idea that this is going on because our education system our mainstream media, the institutions in our country help communist China perpetuate certain narratives. So interviewing her about the breakup of her family about her faith that she had that eventually led her to be put into a re-education camp where she is tortured, and then, if she's not tortured that day, sent to a slave labor camp that is built right next to the re-education camp, well, I mean, it's really, really a tough situation to hear about. That being said, here's my frustrating part, okay? We interview her. It's a firsthand testimony. She eventually escapes the camp and makes it to America, would be one goal of telling her story, like we're doing right now. I put it on social media, but of course, big tech, they look at that kind of information where she's explaining how she's forced to do labor for American companies to sell American goods to American citizens. And what do you know? I get flagged for sharing false information by big tech. And I'm told your page is going to be shut down.

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Fresh update on "morgan" discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

00:34 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "morgan" discussed on Jim Bohannon

"Right, America, welcome back. It's Richard valdes valdes with an S on all of those social media. Our phone number is 8 6 6 5 O 5 46 26 our guest is Mark Morgan former commissioner of customs and border protection in the Trump administration and a longtime veteran of law enforcement at the border and elsewhere. Mark Morgan, you were finishing a point and I wanted to get your reaction to the head of the border patrol union saying that the Biden administration is lying. So first of all, I agree with him, but just finish my point real quick. Here's what's very important. This is about border security. It's not about immigration. But that's the false narrative that this administration is trying to convince the American people, right? This is about more security of which illegal immigration drives our borders to be open. Again, here's how it works. Is every and you said it. Every single illegal comes across, a border agent is pulled off the frontline pulled off their national security mission and they're relegated to processing and really being a travel agency. And when the numbers are in the millions, 4.5 million encounters, we didn't even talk about the 1 million got aways. The past two years. That 80 to 90% of organ regions, agents have been pulled off the line, rich, that literally has handed operational control over the borders and what happens because of the high volume unprecedented historic levels of illegal immigration. That leaves the borders wide open and patrolled on monitoring. What's happening drugs are polling, killing Americans, a criminals, including murders, rapists, pedophiles, aggravated felons and gang members, and of course, potential national security threats upon every single day because we're allowing and facilitating illegal immigration our borders are insecure. Wow. And not to mention, this kind of goes in my opinion, hand in hand with this fentanyl crisis. I think a lot comes in by way of the border through smugglers and whatnot. And there we go, getting screwed again. All right. Yeah, now I just wanted to pivot to this because I saw this article town hall dot com at citing Brandon Judd national border patrol council president saying the administration's lying and all they're doing is deflecting and lying about the ongoing saying that there is not a crisis at the border and then there's another story I saw and they kind of go hand in hand that the president has been to the border even though there's no record of it and obviously I think it would be a huge media event if President Biden were at the border. How do you respond to that? Yeah, first of all brand new judge is completely the right. We don't have enough time rich in this show to go down to the lies being told by this administration. And look, as an American, I hate to say that. But I have to because it's right because, look, I get asked all the time. Hey, Mark. You must be really, really, just frustrated to watch everything that you guys accomplished be undone by this administration. Of course, my response is yes, but what equally frustrates me is not only have they dismantled every two authority we have at a dismounted the most secure border in our lifetime threatening our public safety and our security. There are lying to the American people about it. Look, secretary mayorkas and the vice president and the president, well, how many times have they told the American people and secretary under oath that borders are secure? It's a lie. We can see with our own eyes. That secretary mayorkas rich said, again, under oath multiple times that we have operational control of our border. It's a lie that the cartels have operation control of the majority of our southern border. I mean, the lies keep piling up piling up. I mean, The White House press secretary. Remember, she's the one that said, well, well, to a reporter, it's not like the illegal aliens just walk right across the border. Yes, that's exactly what they do. All day long. And so look, and then for the president of the United States, when we have a crisis, look, I don't want to make light of inflation and all the other stuff that's going on in America. I get a gas prices are high, food prices are high. Those are real issues. But what I'll say to that is Americans aren't dying because of high gas prices. Even as far as it is, no one is dying because it costs more to pump. But guess what? Our unsecured border that's intentionally a self inflicted wound by this administration. It is killing Americans every single day. And it is putting lives in jeopardy. Both American lives and the lives of migrants that are conspiring to cartels to illegally in the United States. That's the truth with this administration and we'll tell you that. They're Latin American people. Folks, we're on with Mark Morgan former commissioner of customs and border protection for president Trump. He also served as a chief under Obama and he's quite experienced at securing our border and it's a shame to see so much of the work that you have done kind of undone like you said. I want to go to this title 42 before we wrap because I know it's about to end. How do you see that impacting the nation at this point? Yes. So this is a good question. I'm really glad we just got a couple minutes to talk about this is look, you don't have to be border security experts to know that so this was the last kind of remaining tool that we were that's administration was using to remove some illegal aliens. But so obviously when that goes away, those that were being removed by title 42 now they're going to be released in the United States. So it's going to make the situation worse, right? So it's just going to act as another incentive to cartels are going to use it to incentivize encourage more migrants to illegally Interpol more resources off, open the border up, get the cartels operations control. But here's what's important is it's not like the crisis is going to begin what's taught at 42 inch, right? With the crisis has already been upon us. I mean, here's my week analogy, right? As I try to think through this, it's like a city that's surrounded by 5 dams. And the city council intentionally dismantled four to 5 dams. And very predictable this city flooded. And the entire city is covered in three feet of water. And then they go and they go ahead and dismantle the last 5th remaining dam and it adds another foot of water to already three foot of water across the city. Well, look, the issue is that the dismantling of the last dam. The issue was the dismantling of the first four that caused the crisis. That's how I would look to try to 42. The crisis began really day one two years ago and we've been living in the crisis in the middle of the crisis for two years. 42 is just going to be the last remaining dam that's going to be broken to make the crisis even worse. All right, Mark Morgan, before we go, we've got a caller with a question or comment Rodney and south Charleston West Virginia. Rodney welcome, you're on with rich Valdez and Mark Morgan. Yes, sir, appreciate your radio program, sir. The big reason the bottom line is why they're letting millions they've let millions of illegal immigrants in. And I've heard accurate reports in the past about this. They vote Democrats. That's the big reason that they let millions of they've let millions of illegal people come into this country because that's they vote Democrat. They're told to vote Democrat. And that's what they do, generally. Thank you, Rodney. Appreciate it. Mark Morgan, any commentary on that? I don't have any guidance either way. Yeah, so I actually think it was right. So with respect to

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Morgan Zegers Is Concerned Over the Normalizing of 'Woke' Ideology

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 1 d ago

Morgan Zegers Is Concerned Over the Normalizing of 'Woke' Ideology

"Little bit about your personal journey. So somebody who is a patriot whose father served this nation in uniform. What was that journey like for you at the beginning to educate yourself? What kinds of things did you learn that you were surprised at that you hadn't been taught? Tell us a little bit about that preparatory phase for you. Well, so for me, the most shocking has been looking back at how I was taught about a lot of really radical and pretty recent changes that have happened in our country. All things that have been normalized. So what I mean by that is, for example, think of the Department of Education. When I was in high school, we were taught that that's a very normal and fair concept, but in reality, it's unconstitutional and the federal government should not be having their heavy hand their boot over the next of parents and school children and the actual local school districts. That's what we're seeing now. So if you think about these little things that are happening on a day to today basis normalizing them. Now, what I always think about too is I graduated college in 2018, my first year that was 2015. That's not a time when this radical gender stuff was going on. But nowadays, everybody has pronouns in their bio. When I went to orientation and had my first semester of college, they actually taught us that, oh, what do you know? The science has changed, and it turns out we need to let you guys know. Sex and gender are actually completely different things. And it's important that you know this new finding that we have. And I remember sitting there in my classroom like, well, this is really different, and that's not what I thought. I mean, I thought they were interchangeable basically. And so they really re-educated us over the last ten years or so to a lot of this new woke ideology and they are normalizing it. That's the concerning thing to me.

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How Morgan Zegers' Communist Roommate Was a Catalyst for Her Work

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:55 min | 1 d ago

How Morgan Zegers' Communist Roommate Was a Catalyst for Her Work

"Why did you think it was important to get on film the experiences in the interviews of people from China from Cuba from North Korea from Venezuela? What was the initial impetus for you? Yeah, well, for me, I think it's because I had a personal experience when I went to college. Now, I had no idea that the situation with our public school system and with how we educate young people on the history of the 20th century and socialism and communism specifically was so bad until I went to school myself and I had a communist roommate. Now I've told your listeners about this before, but she basically had a poster on her wall on day one of Mao Zedong, Lenin. Let's be clear here. This isn't somebody who came here from North Korea or Vietnam. This is an American girl at an American college with a poster of mass murderers on her wall who wasn't hiding it, but self professed her identity as a communist, correct? Exactly. And so I ended up in a problem because I'm talking to this self identifying communist with mass murderers and dictators on her wall, and she's getting me the classic talking points that her ideas are going to lift up the American working class. They're going to work this time because America is a democracy and it's going to be different than the dictatorships of the past. And so on. Basically that it's progressive and compassionate and that I was the cruel one for not supporting this. And for me, the really big lightbulb moment for myself was the fact that I'm a colonel's daughter. He served in operation Iraqi freedom. He was at the site of 9 11 in the clean up. My dad taught me to love history and respect history, but when it came to me finally being face to face with a communist young person, I had no idea what to say. And so I figured a lot of my peers are probably going to be put in my shoes one day where they're in this conversation. They have no idea how to defend their values because they weren't given a proper education. And that inspired me to figure out how can I open my peers eyes to the harsh truths of history. And by that, the solution really is firsthand testimony interviewing people who actually experienced it. And what is the organization that you founded as a result of that experience with your roommate? Yeah, so originally I started a nonprofit called young Americans against socialism, and we do a bunch from social educational content on apps like Facebook and Instagram and all the young people stuff. But now we're moving into these longer form interviews where we can truly document someone's entire life story of escaping communism. And of course, then what it's like to live in America now versus their communist home country, and then are they seeing any similarities. And now actually, I'm pretty excited we've been transitioning into also providing educational resources and booklets because we want to help out parents who are highly concerned about what's going on in the school system. So we're trying to hit all the marks that we can.

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JP Morgan Believes Centralized Crypto Exchanges Will Remain Dominant

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:41 min | 2 d ago

JP Morgan Believes Centralized Crypto Exchanges Will Remain Dominant

"We are going to start the show off with a bank report. It's been so long since I've had the chance to troll will with one of these. So here we go. JPMorgan analysts say that centralized crypto exchanges will remain dominant despite FTX is collapsed, which contradicts some crypto native figureheads who predict a shift towards DeFi platforms in the wake of FTX implosion. The analyst cited an absence of a limit order stop loss feature on DEXs dependency on price oracles that source data from centralized exchanges, hacks and exploits as some of the reasoning. Zach, I'm going to kick it off to you for your thoughts on this bank report. Before will foxley dunks on this poor bank analyst and calls him a midwife. I will stand up for this report and I believe that this is right. Humans have a long history of entrusting other people to do complicated things for them. And sometimes being your own bank sucks, and sometimes yield farming out on the wilds of DeFi also sucks. And that's why we saw firms like Celsius and others leverage some of these DeFi protocols to give lazy users some of that sweet, sweet yield. And I think directionally, if that's the argument that's being made here, directionally that point will stand. And I think despite all of the chest dumping that this is DeFi's moment, I think probably those are pretty stiff like stiff human headwinds to overcome, right? That desire for laziness for entrusting others to do things that, you know, can be tricky, especially in crypto with self custody assets.

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JP Morgan Applies For Crypto Wallet Trademark Registration

Blockonomi

00:37 sec | Last week

JP Morgan Applies For Crypto Wallet Trademark Registration

"9 a.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. JPMorgan applies for crypto wallet trademark registration. It's been the same old story since the dawn of crypto. The problems of dualism and finance always spot on major banks and cryptocurrencies and how traditional finance institutions hate digital assets. Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan CEO, and chairman made a clear previously that he was not a fan of Bitcoin. While diamond has a the post JPMorgan applies for crypto wallet trademark registration appeared first on block anomie.

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Alex Ovechkin scores 790th goal, Capitals beat Flyers in OT

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Alex Ovechkin scores 790th goal, Capitals beat Flyers in OT

"Alex Ovechkin's goal one O four into overtime gave the capitals a three two win over the flyers sending Philadelphia to their 8th straight loss with the flyers up two one Sonny Milano tied the game with two 58 left in regulation. Ovechkin and the caps snapped their own four game losing streak. Yeah, it's important to points. I think we have said we were struggling with high position, but it's a good thing like we battle through it and get it to place. Marcus, Johansson also lit the lamp, the flyers got goals for Morgan frost and Patrick Brown. Craig heist Washington

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CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:29 min | Last week

CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

"Again, one of those shows that not exactly what you signed up for, but it's Monday and that's the way it is. Also on CNN, I watched the history of sitcoms. The other night oh, by the way, big news. The head of CNN. Chris licked, my told you is going to do great things at that network. He's still making sweeping changes. You know, he got rid of Brian stelter as we know, the guy who also the guy who was jerking off during the Zoom call, Jeffrey too, but he's gone. He took Don lemon's prime time shell away, and now he's really changing things. It was announced that there will be no more drinking alcohol during CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast. Doesn't Chris lick no, that was the only reason why any of us tuned in to see Andy Collin lit up with Anderson Cooper who could barely handle a shot. We used to have a drunk Kathy Griffin with a lot of fun people, Don Lennon was loaded, dancing, it's fun. Give him one day a year to be assholes. Well, seen in their assholes, all year long. But you know, one day is not that big. But no, he cut it out. No more alcohol. So I'm watching this show, the sitcom story, you know, no show ever, ever says anything nice about rosemary. You guys know rosemary. I don't think all of you do. You might act like you do, but you don't. Those of you under 40, 45, probably have no clue. Rosemary was great on the Dick Van Dyke show. She was married to Maury Amsterdam on the show. Van Dyke was something you always want. And he'd walk in and trip over the sofa, a little cushion, and it got home and had his Martine. It was one of those shows, whatever. It was easy viewing, you hear the dogs? just as loud. But rosemary at 5 years old, she was offered a 7 year contract and became a radio star at NBC radio network. And then she made a bunch of films. At 5. Could you imagine what her me too stories were about? I mean, she's dead now, but could you imagine the stories she could tell you about running around desks and who was trying to nail her? This is back when women were secretaries and housewives on librarians. I also saw a bunch of stuff how great to watch Ed Asner as Lou grant on the Mary Tyler Moore show, saw a clip where he got all hot and bothered by Mary's friend, wrote a morgen star, remember Valerie Harper house I loved rhoda. Rona was like before Laverne on Laverne and Shirley. Before Laverne defazio, rona Morgan stern was the first girl on a sitcom that, as an Italian kid, or as a city kid, you'd go, I mean, I grew up a Long Island, but I still had a little bit of Brooklyn in me. You see that girl and you go, oh yeah, that's my cousins. That's our Friends. I know wrote a Morgan stern. Jewish or Italian same thing. Laverne de fazio, same thing. I didn't grow up with Cindy's. I grew up with Laverne's. And I grew up with rhoda's not Mary Tyler Moore's. And it was wonderful to see her because then you said, oh my God, there's a chance for all of us to get work. It's a lot similar, it's very similar to what black people felt when suddenly they thought to appear. There are people began to appear in sitcoms. You know, build caused by was huge and I spy and it made them go, oh my God, we can do this. One of our own is there. So I get that. But there's one part where Lou, Lou grant walks around rhoda as she walks into the newsroom. And he goes, you, you're different. I like you. Then he goes behind it, and he says, I like it from back here too. An old Valerie Harper can say is, I think he's about to kick my tie is what a different world. Thinking back when I was a kid, I had no idea that kind of talk bothered women. Because I saw my mother and my sisters laugh at those comments. So how could any of us think that what they were saying was improper? You know what I mean? And then Betty White, they showed Betty White. I know Betty White way older than me, but I can't explain it. I had a crush on him. I remember being a teenager. And thinking, you know what? When I never married, it would be great to be married to a woman like Betty White. Look at that dimple on her left cheek, you can hold a couple water in that dimple. She's so funny. She loves her men. I just felt like Betty's the best. And that was a kid. I was right.

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2022 American Music Awards: See the Complete Winners List

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

2022 American Music Awards: See the Complete Winners List

"Taylor Swift won artist of the year at the American Music Awards for a 7th time Sunday in Los Angeles I'm Archie's are a lot of with the latest Taylor Swift won 6 awards out of the 6 for which he was nominated at the American Music Awards She says she was lucky enough to make music that she likes and fans embrace it so she makes more I have the fans to thank essentially for my happiness One of the showstoppers of the night was an all star tribute to Lionel Richie led by Stevie Wonder and Charlie puth on pianos Other winners include Beyoncé Bad Bunny Harry Styles BTS Kendrick Lamar and Morgan

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Mark Morgan Describes the Human Tragedy of an Open Border

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Mark Morgan Describes the Human Tragedy of an Open Border

"Talk to us about what you've seen just briefly of the human tragedy, especially children and young girls, if you have an open border. This isn't just a one off. This is part of the system. Yeah. This is another reason why I say secretary is the most dangerous man in this country, because it's not just about Americans that are dying every single day because he's the chief architect of these open border policies. But here's something you will never hear from them. Remember what he says that he's developed a safe and orderly and humane illegal immigration process. First of all, it's an oxymoron and second of all, it's a lie. First of all, in the first 20 months under this administration, there have been over 1300 dead migrants that have been found by this administration, shattering any record of all time. And that's just CBP. That doesn't include the dead migrants that local law enforcement is found. It does include the dead migrants in Mexico along the Darien gap on the journey. That number could be in the thousands. You'll never hear from that. That is an include that up to 30% of young women and children are sexually assaulted and raped on the journeys up here. I've talked to border trial agents who said they interviewed a girls as long as 12 years old that were in multiple times in the journey. Our sheriff lamb that I know you know, talk to how their deputies found a backpack full of pills and they asked a 14 year old girl what that is. Morning after pills, my mom gave them to me because they knew I was going to be raped and you'll never hear from this administration. The number of illegal aliens that once you get the United States, they also are forced into a life of trafficking. That is exponentially expanded as well. None of this you'll hear from this administration.

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Mark Morgan Reflects on DeSantis' Migrant Transfer

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Mark Morgan Reflects on DeSantis' Migrant Transfer

"Because I haven't asked you in the beginning, mister G and I who has a very good political sense. We looked at the abbot desantis busing migrants thing as a kind of cheap stunt, what difference does it make when you've got millions flooding across the border? But when it arrived in Martha's Vineyard and he saw the national God being mobilized to get him off and get him into a camp, what did you think of that little political play? So I thought, so I was kind of in the dissented opinion when first governor Abbott had it. I actually said it was genius. Oh, you did? I did. Because look, his goal was he knew that wasn't going to change what was happening in southwest border. But what he knew was that it was going to keep it in the top fold. And it was going to show the left that their hypocrisy. And just when I thought governor Abbott had done a good job, and then governor desantis goes, he just kind of won the ups him, right? By sending Martha vineyard. An area probably one of the most richest enclaves and the face of the planet, right? And part of their, they actually billboards as part of their mission statement saying, we welcome and everybody. They have it right there in the harbor. We welcome all immigrants. They couldn't, they couldn't corral them up fast enough and get them out of there so fast. Would have been a camp. Military. Military camp. So one, just a hypocrisy, but I tell you what. I did more interviews. And the 30 days following that, then I had probably 60 days. Sorry, what? If you got people to talk about the border. Even the mainstream media. So

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Who's Laughing at Us? Mark Morgan Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Who's Laughing at Us? Mark Morgan Explains

"It has been said no nation in the world except America has open borders. We're the only one. Talk to us about other nations, talk to us about what it was like working with the hemispheric nations. And what they must be thinking now, are they laughing at us? Are they scratching their head? Is Haiti going, okay, take all of the people that we don't want. We'll talk to us about other nations there regimes. And how it was working with them. So it's good. So there's two things that happen, right? So let's go with the ones that are outside even the western hemisphere. You know, a good one is Venezuela right now. I mean, they are laughing at us. So we've already got the reports, right? That they are, in fact, releasing criminals to come here to the United States. So remember when president Trump was saying on the campaign, even throughout his presidency, everybody said, oh, that's hyperbole. They're not sending their best is what he said, right? Exactly. It's true. Everything he said about the board of Sebastian was true. And now we have it, we also know that now middle easterns are using fake Mexican identification cards to try to get in. So the whole world is absolutely laughing at us

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Mark Morgan Discusses His Work With Customs and Border Protection

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:28 min | 3 weeks ago

Mark Morgan Discusses His Work With Customs and Border Protection

"Your job as commissioner, the people who work for CBP, the people who work for ice who work for HSI Homeland Security investigations, there is a way to secure the border. This isn't voodoo. We're not guessing at this. We're not still working it out. Talk to us about the mission of Homeland Security of CBP. And the kinds of things that you did in the Trump administration that actually worked, explained to us border security Mark. Yeah. So look, the cousins and border protection, 62,000 strong, $15 billion budget. And they actually have a vast, very complicated mission. It's not just about border security, but it's also a counter terrorism national security mission. Going after transnational criminal organizations and facilitating lawful trade and travel. CBP a lot of people don't realize there's a second largest revenue collectors for the United States outside the IRS. Because all of the tariffs and all the things imported goods, you're managing that. Exactly right. From every land sea and airport in this country. So it wasn't just about southwest border. It was protected in this nation from any threats coming in from anywhere from outside the country. But obviously we're focused on southwest border. Sebastian, you're right. It's not complicated. Look, I don't want to overly simplify something, but it gets back just like the crime in the United States. It's about enforcing the rule of law, putting the correct layer of resources and policy in place so that the folks on the front lines can actually do their job. And look, that's exactly what president Trump was doing.

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CMA Awards: Luke Bryan, Peyton Manning team up as hosts, Carrie Underwood to perform and what else to know

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

CMA Awards: Luke Bryan, Peyton Manning team up as hosts, Carrie Underwood to perform and what else to know

"Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning will host tonight's country music association awards in Nashville I'm Archie's aleta with a preview Miranda Lambert's Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood are expected to be among those paying tribute to Loretta Lynn in the opening performance of the CMA awards which air live on ABC 29 Carly Pearce has 5 nominations and two performances to worry about and she loves it It is gonna be busy but oh my gosh like the busy Ness that I've dreamed of my whole life so I'm really excited Yeah I don't know if you thought leni Wilson is the top nominee with 6 entertainer of the year contenders are Lambert Underwood Luke combs Chris Stapleton and Morgan Wallen

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Avalanche top Blue Jackets 5-1 to sweep Finland series

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Avalanche top Blue Jackets 5-1 to sweep Finland series

"The avalanche earned a 5 to one win over the blue jackets to sweep their two game series in Finland Finnish born arturi lechon and scored 33 seconds into the game Nathan McKinnon set up the goal and finished with three assists giving him 7 in the two game set Morgan count broke one to one tie 82 seconds into the second period Logan O'Connor and devonta has made it four to one by scoring 38 seconds apart in the middle period Alex newhook also scored in kale mccart collected three assists Boone Jenner accounted for the Columbus scoring with a first period goal I'm Jane ferry

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Jennifer Horn and Mark Morgan Discuss the Southern Border

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | Last month

Jennifer Horn and Mark Morgan Discuss the Southern Border

"Border is out of control and has been under the watch of the Biden administration. It's gotten so crazy that states have had to act themselves to try to fix the problem. And Arizona's governor Doug ducey tried to put up temporary barriers along the border. The Biden administration said that he had to remove them. And, well, he responded by filing a lawsuit against the Biden administration here to unpack all of that with us is Mark Morgan. He's a visiting fellow border security and immigration center for the heritage foundation joins us right now. Mark Morgan, welcome to America first. Jennifer, thanks for having me. Now, it is unbelievable because under president Trump and you were you worked under president Trump in his administration. Customs and border patrol. The border was at least by and large secured. We were actually maintaining a border. We had a stay in Mexico policy in place the Biden administration has wiped all of that out so much so that states like Texas have been shipping migrants to try to get some attention to the problem. There are already been 2 million people that they know about that have been encountered during the fiscal year of 2022 at the border. And now the governor of Arizona is trying to put up just temporary barriers to protect his state, especially in the Yuma sector, and the Biden administration says he can't do that. If we, if these states can't protect if the federal government can't protect them, then the states have to protect themselves and they shouldn't be getting this pushback from Biden. Yeah, Jennifer Zachary, right. First of all, I was proud to serve under president Trump as a commissioner on CBP. And this is what I always say is that we had the most secure border in our lifetime. And this administration came in and intentionally unsecured the border. Like you said, I can say that they dismounted the system, but yeah, I could provide you facts of what I mean by that one. They stopped the wall system construction. Two, as you said, they stopped the remain in Mexico program. Three, they stopped this sign on the cooperative agreements. We have with all three northern triangle countries, and they have restricted ice from doing their job by lawfully deporting people. And what has happened? Of course, we have the crisis. You said, this fiscal year, 2.7 million people on this fiscal year. If you include the God of ways under the first 21 months of this administration, over 5.5 million illegal aliens have either tried or successfully entered this border in

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 John Fetterman's Campaign Seeks to Lower Expectations

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:28 min | Last month

John Fetterman's Campaign Seeks to Lower Expectations

"Federman. His campaign just yesterday issued a press release, suggesting that, you know, they want people to lower their expectations on what John fetterman is going to do tonight. So they're already worried that, you know, listen, I'm not going to make fun of a guy who has a stroke. But the problem is, the guy had a stroke and he's not at this point, and I don't know if he can. If you can't debate your opponent and carry Lake nailed his two in Arizona, debating is your job audition. Your auditioning to the voters to show them that you are capable of doing your job when you go to the U.S. Senate. This isn't an audition for a job at Twitter after Elon Musk fires everybody at the end of the week. When he takes sulfur possession of it, this is a job that you want people to vote for you so that you can represent them and worry about their needs, not game shows or any of this other stuff. So I think fetterman is going to have a tough time tonight. I'm not rooting against him. I hope he does well. But the bottom line is when your campaign is worried, even though they got this whole thing straightened out where he's only going to have one debate, early voting is already underway. And if he fails tonight, the media will still carry water for him. The Philadelphia inquirer and all of the media info will just pretend that doctor Fraser was being mean to him or he's an ableist and all of this other stuff. And you're right. They have the same thing. Everybody's a racist. Everybody's far right. Anybody with common sense is far right to these people now. It's insane.

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Tony Bruno Shares His Thoughts on Gov. Ron DeSantis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:12 min | Last month

Tony Bruno Shares His Thoughts on Gov. Ron DeSantis

"Talk about Florida because desantis is a head now. Some polls have him up ten points. So what did you think his performance was cool calm and collected last night? I thought he did really well in his debate. How are floridians taking his performance as governor? Well, it's interesting. It depends on who you listen to. Now, obviously, the media here is also far left for the most part. The major newspapers, they're all the same in every big city, filling my hometown here in Florida. It doesn't matter whether it's Orlando or Jacksonville or Miami. I mean, they're all going to just endorse Democrats no matter what, no matter how bad they are, the same thing in PA and Philly my hometown. But I think most people here can see it. They can see what Ron DeSantis, I think they're mad that Ron DeSantis is doing his job. Imagine that there's a disaster and the governor does his job and does it well and they're mad because the Senate needed a hurricane to show that he's working for Florida. No, he didn't. That's just saying how myopic these people are. How they think that a guy who's doing what he's supposed to do and has done an amazing job in less than a month is somehow a bad guy. And it's a ridiculous.

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"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

04:27 min | Last month

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"People thought I was kidding because they hadn't listened to my show before where I read the MyPillow ads all the time and I was like, absolutely not. You guys can actually use promo code Morgan. A bunch of people did and they saved a lot of money, so I love the sheets. I'm back in Texas finally where I have the sheets, the towels and I'm wearing the my pillow slippers as usual. They're my podcast slippers. Okay, I'm gonna stop myself while I'm ahead and by that I mean, I've gone on too much of a rant about this censorship stuff, but it's really grinding my gears at this point. Because I think we're just reaching the end times. Semi kidding. Next thing, you guys, big update with Pfizer. We have an admission, a fascinating video of an admission. This is a politician questioning a representative a woman from Pfizer. And I will speak in English so there are no misunderstandings. Whilst the Pfizer COVID vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market. Regarding the question around, did we know about stop and humanization before essentially the market? No. We had to really move at the speed of science to really understand what is taking place in the market. Wow. They didn't test. If the vaccine stopped transmission of the virus before putting the vaccine to market, they told us it would be what 99% effective and a 90% effective and then 87% and then 60% and then basically it doesn't work, but everybody was forced to get it. And if you didn't get it, you lost your job. Really? That's the kind of world we live in now. So I thought that was interesting. Keep in mind that it was a foreign politician. I thought that was kind of cool to see because I haven't seen any interrogation really between the American politicians and the company CEOs, but I digress. Speaking of the vaccine, we have a fascinating update at a state level. So I know what I just said of like, oh, we haven't seen any American politicians. I meant that. I'm under the federal level. What the heck is going on? The only real strong pushback we're seeing is that the state level

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"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"Run it. But then in some show of an attempt to achieve peace, they said we will still let the Muslims because they have the Dome of The Rock on top of the Temple Mount, our holiest site. Which is not a mosque. We are going to let them set the rules for the Temple Mount still. What? So now put yourself in Morgan shoes going, imagine you're going to Israel. And you're a Christian or you're a Jew. The Western Wall is so important. First of all, because a lot of Jews, it's practiced that they are very concerned about accidentally stepping on an important area of where the temple was. So a lot of them just don't go up. The closest they will go is to the Western Wall of the Temple Mount. So when you hear them print or when you see Trump, he went and prayed there Ivanka and Jared Kushner Kushner. They went up to the Western Wall and they post their hand there and they did the tradition of praying at the Western Wall because to many Jews. That's as close as they can righteously get to their most holy site. They don't want to go up and accidentally risk it. But some Jews can go up. The Jewish leaders have warned them to not go up. And it's like you have to go through security and then go up this ramp and then you get to the top of it. Now my tour guide went with us and brought us up there. First of all, ankles and everything up top must be covered. If you don't, they give you like a skirt to put on and stuff like no slit where it could accidentally show your ankle or anything. Your whole body must be covered and these are rules set by the Muslims. You get up there, guess what the big rule is. Even though the Temple Mount is in the city of Jerusalem in the country of Israel, and it's guarded and security, it's all patrolled by the IDF by the Israelis, the Jews. The rule is that Christians and Jews are not allowed to pray on top of the Temple Mount.

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"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

04:14 min | 2 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"Muslims, the religion of Islam didn't come around for hundreds of years after Christ. So put yourself, I'm going to mess up the state. I think it's around 600 or 700 AD. You see the rise of the Ottoman Turkish empire. They take out the current people who are in charge of Jerusalem and they are in charge of Jerusalem, but they get to the temple, mount, which is the base platform where the Jewish temple once stood, that Jesus said would be brought down one day, that the Romans literally brought down in about 70 AD, so the Jews no longer have their temple on the most holy sites, the most holy of holy sites for them. That happened in 70 AD. And just so you guys know, their religion says that when the messiah comes back, he will come to the Temple Mount, and they will rebuild. They will build a third and final temple on the Temple Mount. But right in it for a long time, it was just a Temple Mount that base platform. Then the Muslims come in hundreds of years later, where you've now had Jewish people on Christian people fighting and all that stuff over the Holy Land. The Muslims come and when they take control, they put a mosque at the corner sidewall of the Temple Mount. It's a huge platform. Multiple football fields in length and size. They put a mosque on the corner. But what did they put on the location? Of the temple. Itself, where it stood. They put the Dome of The Rock. If you guys think of the skyline of Jerusalem, what do you imagine most people imagine this, this big building with the dome that's gold, right? That is the building. It's not even a mosque. That is the building, put on top of the most holy Jewish site.

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"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

04:42 min | 2 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"There's many reasons why Jews are not liked, but something that does need to be addressed between Jews and Christians is the fact that for a very long time and it's much less so now, Jews were called Christ killers. Why is that? Well, it's because when you look at the story of Jesus, the Jews believed he was lying about being the messiah. Jews believe a messiah will come. They just do not believe it was Jesus. Christians believe Jesus is the son of God. Jews believe Jesus is a guy who was lying about being the messiah. And that we believed him. Another important aspect of this is what was Jesus message. Jesus said, the Jews, especially this isn't the chosen. If you guys haven't seen the chosen, this helps really simplify it. Jesus said, what you are doing, I was talking to the juice because Jesus was a Jew. He was talking to the Jews and the Jewish leader, and he said, you have become obsessed with the religion and you have forgotten the faith. You are obsessed with following ritual and tradition and pattern and you have completely abandoned the whole purpose of what this was all supposed to be about. Now if you're a Jew, would you like to hear that? No. And so as Christians, we were like, oh, so the New Testament is God's new covenant with us. He sacrificed his son because we are imperfect beings, and we are so thankful for that, right? It's his sacrifice, it was done for us because we are imperfect because we're sinners and we are really only made right because of God and his sacrifice of his son, but Jesus is God in human form. But to Jews, they are like, okay, Jesus is a guy lying about being messiah and the mess and come back yet. So

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"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"All right, so next question, now we're getting into the spicy ones, right? So somebody asked, why is Israel constantly getting attacked by all of the Middle East? That's a good question. Now, I am not going to give you a full rundown of the history and the politics of the region and the wars of the region, but what's important to understand is that this is an important area to multiple different religions. The surrounding Arab states do not want Israel to exist. One in 5 people in Israel are Arabs. Now, for the most part, they're fine with it. What's crazy if you look at the statistics of Israeli Arabs, in that country, they are some of the most educated, some of the most successful, some of the most free, and some of the happiest Arabs in the world. And they are fine with living as they are. When Israel officially became a country in 1948, they said to anybody there, anybody that still considered themselves a Palestinian because it was technically a territory under the control of Great Britain. Palestine is a name actually given to the region to disassociate the Jews from the area because they believe that they were religiously tied to the land. They cost a bunch of problems to the Romans and I believe and AD 70s, let's say the Romans said, okay, we're destroying your temple because you keep causing problems and we want to control you. And not only that, as a big FU, we're going to rename this area. Palestinian. Why did they call him that? Because the Jews had a long time enemy. The Philistines. And the Romans wanted to detach the Jews from their own land. And so they said, here's a big FU. We're going to call your country. We're going to change the name to the name of your enemies. The Philistines, we're going to call it Palestinian. Later on, became Palestine, but Palestine had never become a place before. It was never an official country and never had an official government or anything. It was just controlled controlled controlled by the Ottoman Turks in World War I, they lost that land to Great Britain, Great Britain just call it Palestine as like a territory name because that was kind of like the area. So we were described to it as think of the Rocky Mountains. It's the rockies. So it's like it's a region. It's the south of America, for example. You're from the south. You're a southerner. But you're an American and you can also consider yourself a southerner. So the Palestine was a location, a geographical location, if you will. So in 1948, when Israel officially became the country in the area that was Palestine, there was a lot of controversy. So Israel said to any of the Arabs that were living there, like, hey, a lot of Jews have been completely displaced. World War II just happened, right?

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"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

05:17 min | 2 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"And then there was also the sermon on the mount. And to see those places was just a level of special that I can not communicate. So that was so incredibly special. Then we traveled around travel around. We went up to the border where we saw Syria, Lebanon, we saw Hezbollah outpost right in Lebanon just looking down on us. That was really cool. But we went from there down to Jerusalem. And keep in mind you guys, this is a small place. It's a smaller than New Jersey. And so in the Bible, it's like we hear all these traveling stories and these trips and Jesus goes up to mountains and Sea of Galilee seems like some big sea. Sea of Galilee is literally like a Lake and the mountains, the sermon on the mount. It's a hill. Now, of course, the land has gone down quite a bit over the last 2000 years, but still, it is a hill. So it was really cool to visualize that, but then even just the distance, it makes a lot more sense now how, when Jesus was resurrected, he and he's like, meet me in capernaum. At the Sea of Galilee, hey, it's actually pretty, not simple. It's not easy, but it's more manageable to imagine now how the disciples could have literally just gone up to sea of Galloway, took aparna. When Jesus told him to, just three days after that stuff all happened. So it was really cool to be able to put the pieces together of how possible a lot of these things were. And that was really special to me too. Getting to Jerusalem though was a whole other level. Now, like I was mentioning earlier, the locations of specific things are hotly contested. So the specific location of the crucifixion, for example, and the tomb. Not officially known. But Christians way back when, built a church on top of the location that a majority of architects and people who study history and Christianity believe the crucifixion and the burial took place. So you can see that. It's the most supported location. So our tour guide gave us a good breakdown of like, you guys, this is in terms of location. This is an a plus site. That means that it absolutely happened here. So when we went to the Temple Mount,

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"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"You guys, this is Morgan Zucker's thanks for tuning into the show. I appreciate it if you haven't yet. Please subscribe, okay? We do these episodes three times a week. I love talking to you. I love breaking down the current events and most recently I've been loving sharing my lessons learned from my trip from Israel. I got so many questions that I'm going to have to continue to break it down and answer them as much as I can. And that's why now that I've landed back in America, I've been looking at some of the submitted questions and I'm going to answer them today on the episode. All right, so I'm excited. Thank you again. Subscribe, okay? Let's get into it.

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

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01:34 min | 3 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

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"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"Are and see what they want. People always ask me, when do you bring it up of your desire to get married on a date and when do you bring up how many kids you want all the stuff or like the fact that you want kids and I'm like, if they don't know this, then they must not know who I am, I guess, but they clearly haven't seen any of the things that I do. So it's just a little easier for me, I would say, because it's all out there. At the same time, it's all out there. So I've had situations of people who just thought that it's all fake, and then they're like, oh, you're actually like that? And then they're kind of like, oh, oh, well, I don't actually want to do those things too. And so I've had that before. And then the other thing, too, is the anonymity of it. I do like my privacy. And so I just don't share that stuff usually online. And that's really how I can protect it. But I see people, oh, I see people that have bigger followings and they're posting their boyfriend all the time and then they break up and then they get a new one and then they break up and they have to deal constantly with people in the comments saying where did bubble bag go? And to be honest, I don't want that. I don't want to have to go through that. I don't want that. I won't post somebody probably until I'm engaged or married is what I've decided. And then I also will not be posting my kids because I want them to have their privacy. I think the Internet is really weird. If I've learned anything lately, it's that the Internet is really weird. I actually have quite a few problems with some things right now. And so I'm learning that I can't be as open as I really was just because of the following is a little bit bigger than it used to be.

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

05:37 min | 3 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"Blue state, tyrants, cross the Rubicon. And now I don't feel safe raising my family in that. Because they talk about forced backs on kids, they talk about removing all options and making it very difficult to get your kid out of public school. They spend money in very fraudulent and sketchy ways, corrupt ways, and I can not support it anymore. And so it's a decision that I made. So I want to ask my favorite three politicians of all time. To be honest, I don't really, I don't really keep a list of my favorite politicians, so this is going to be right off top of my head. I'll just list to what I like about some of them. How about that? Rhonda Santos, I just saw him speak tonight. I love him because he's bringing back a mentality around federalism and state power. That used to be the whole concept of the United States of America and just to give a little history lesson when I do freedom papers for turning point. We talk about the federalist papers. The United States Constitution, our government, our federal government, was created by the states. They agreed to enter into this. It wasn't that we had a federal government that was like, okay, well, we have some states as well and we're one big government. No. The states all had to agree to join in and ratify the U.S. Constitution. And that was the whole point. They created a union that was the federal government so that everybody would be safer from foreign enemies. There would be less domestic corals that you would have. In places in Europe where it was tiny countries always fighting with each other, there's plenty of reasons for why it was smarter for us to join as a union, but it was the states that said, okay, we are sovereign. But we are agreeing to move out of the Articles of Confederation, which was basically just a league of separate sovereign states, and were agreeing to give up some of our power in exchange for creating the U.S. Constitution the federal government for the common good of everybody. And so it was for the greater good. The state did that. And now, for the most part, Americans have no idea what federalism even is. So I'm loving that governor Ron DeSantis is bringing back a love for federalism, especially it was basically in the era of COVID, and I'm appreciative that he is so well spoken. He doesn't read from notes. He doesn't read from a teleprompter, but he is strong and sound and steady and you could just tell that it comes from his heart. I mean, I don't know how else to explain it to you guys, but a lot of politicians, you could just tell they're giving us red meat. But I truly feel like Ron DeSantis is just speaking casually from his heart because that's what's inside. That he just has to speak and it just flows out and I love that.

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The Morgan Zegers Show

05:14 min | 3 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"See how that really adds up? And so then your time in college can be really spent taking classes for things that you need to learn by the experts by the professors. That's the whole point, right? And so for me, one of my gen eds required was I take a drawing or a painting or a clay class or whatever. And I took a painting class. For four $100 per credit, it was a four credit class. Can you believe that? And so I had to learn the basics of painting for thousands of dollars because the school wanted me to be a well rounded student before I graduated with a communications law economics and government degree. I think it is BS. Because guys, I love painting. But I don't want to do it in a college classroom structure style to begin with, pending is supposed to be fun. And you could literally pay a $100 for a very fun, very nice outside human adult painting class, not set up under the college structure, and you could save thousands of dollars, but still have a blast painting. Do you catch my drift? So so much of it is a scam. I hope the poly sci example gives you guys an understanding of where I'm coming from on this. But another good example is something like this. I know someone who they wanted to be an artist. Let's do this example. They wanted to be an artist. And so they decided to make a very good decision. When they realized, oh wait, I should switch my major from art to business. Because guys, what are you going to be an artist? And then what are you going to do with your art? What's the whole point of being an artist? Oh yeah. You're trying to get people to buy it. And so once they realized that, they transferred their, they changed their major from art to business, and they focused on small business and business growth. And the kind of market that their art business would be in, because maybe they wanted to start a gallery. Maybe they wanted to sell their own art. Maybe they wanted to turn it into an online business. There's so many different things. Marketing even, you could major in marketing and learn how to market your own products. Do you see how we have really got to change your mindset on this? Because that person still loves art, they're still going to learn art all the time. Like I said, there's plenty of art classes you could take outside of the school system for a fraction of the cost, but they're still going to grow as an artist and study and hone their craft. They're just going to utilize a college degree in a more strategic way and learn how to actually make money from the skill that they love. So hope that was helpful. That's my biggest pet peeve is when I hear people go into college, especially like undecided or poli side. Those are the two ones. And I'm like, what are you talking about? Do not go to college. If your degree is undecided, if your major is undecided still. Just save the money because you're literally just going to have to either go for a 5th year and you're paying for dum dum classes that you're going to wish that you were able to choose more specifically according to your future career once you do choose one. Next one, random name said, where do you live that view is amazing? Okay, so when you guys see that view, that's my parents house in upstate New York. They live at the base of the adirondacks, basically. And it's very beautiful.

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"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"But here's a good example. I get so many people that tell me they are going to college to major in political science. And they say they want to get into politics like I'm in politics and they want some advice on what they could do to get into politics like I am and they're in college right now doing political science and all this stuff. And I just want to be very upfront with you and this works in pretty much every industry. If you study political science, you are going to go to college and pay for most likely left leaning professors because for the most part they are. You're going to pay for people that have other political views than you. Teach you about politics and teach you about economics and teach you about policy and teach you about history and teach you about civics. But why do you need to have to pay someone to teach you these things? Why do you need to put yourself through political science classes and graduate with a political science major when you could just buy democracy in America, the federalist papers, the U.S. Constitution, the prince, I could go on. The road to serfdom, the law. Every single book that you need to read to understand human behavior, and human politics, and economics, and the world that we live in, the politics we are in today is available to you. And you could buy every single book, don't tell me it's too expensive. You could buy every single buck for a fraction of the cost of one semester of college. I mean, jeez, most of them are available online now thanks to like groups like feet. Groups like fee, freedom, foundation for economic free. I'm getting that wrong. Foundation for economic education. Sorry, fee. I love you guys. They have PDFs on their website of all the classics. The law of the road to serfdom, I believe, as well. You guys, I buy books every week, just to collect them for my library. And plenty of people make them available. You should not be paying to have a professor talk to you about politics. If you want to work in politics, so again, this is an example of just the political industry, but consider this for all industries that are applicable to this. If you want to work in politics, you need to read political books and history books and economic books on the side. As a regular human, everybody should be honest, but if you want to work in politics, you need to say what job do I want to do in politics because you need

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"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"And I had the same kind of answer for him of to be honest and actually you guys, I said to him that I don't like to just blame men. I don't like to look at guys, especially the dating field I don't like to look at everything in our culture these days and just blame men for being weak. The politics of men are weak and they aren't leaning anymore. All this stuff. I don't like to just blame them because I think especially with culture and with dating and a lot of the problems we're facing, it's also women. You know, we've also got to improve ourselves and we have to become assets for the future nuclear family unit that we would hope to join one day in that future partnership and marriage that we would join, but what I found interesting was that in his response to me when I said this and said, oh, well, you know, I don't want to just blame men. I think women are also pretty problematic with what we're dealing with today. He said, even if women are problematic, it's still not okay, because oftentimes, women are driven crazy by the behavior of men. And a lot of the problems we face with culture and the policies of America, the need for welfare, all this stuff is because men failed to be men. And so it's really an excusable, and they can not just blame the lack of quality women, because he first of all said that there's good quality women out there. And then he said, it's really part of the masculine aura to step into a role of leadership and seize an opportunity in that instead of finding an excuse. And so, hey, I mean, he's the one who said it, not me, but I agree. Jonathan, what do you want your professional life to look like in 20 years from now? Hopefully I have a great big family that would be a blessing. I see my professional life as being focused in some way connected with my community and with the education of children. And so I personally believe we can do as much as we want in all the elections we can change as much as we want and politics as usual. But nothing will truly change in our country until we stop indoctrinating generation after generation and we fix how we educate them. I think one of my favorite takes of the last week, I saw someone talk about how I can't remember who, but they talked about how, you know, homeschooling is not an experiment. Public school and the public school system that we have is truly the human social experiment. And it's failing. I mean, you guys have seen the viral videos of people on the streets of New York City or on the streets like the boardwalks of beaches where they're asked random questions and they can't even tell you that our world has 7 continents on it. They tell you that America was founded in the 1900s. They can't name our president. They have no idea how many states are in the union. They don't know what the stars on the flag stand for. It's a shame. And that hearing that approach of, oh, public school in America really is a social experiment. And for centuries, thousands of years, it was really more focused on your

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"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"The kind of box that needs and then the weight of it and the awkward shape of it it makes it a very expensive thing to ship. So now we actually eat the cost. We eat the cost and then offer free shipping with code freedom, but if you're thinking about it for starting it with a family, I personally just love it. My dad will probably tell you the same. It's not to make money. We just really love doing it and yes, money does come in and it's actually a pretty good business in that sense. But if you think about it, it's me, my mom, my dad, all hanging out in the workshop, just doing fun projects. My dad personally loves the custom work. If you and your son like to do that kind of stuff. But I definitely see myself, even if cigarette freedom flags kind of takes a break or whatever during the next few years, I see myself with my kids one day starting up the workshop again and then running them through making a little business of it. And so they can have their own accounts and they can be in charge of making certain flags and then they can keep track of the expenses, they can watch the prices of wood, the prices of the paint, the prices are all they've been materials. They can make little excel sheets, they can understand what they need to sell it for, to make people want to buy it versus, if you press too high, they're not going to want to buy it. If you price too low, you're not making much money. And so I do see this as being a fun future process for me and my kids. So I definitely recommend it if you're hoping to do the same because it's literally been a plan of mine for quite some time. It's such a fun story and I actually was looking back on Instagram. I got to notice this spring from when my dad and I first did our freedom flag and it was when he went to Home Depot and he's like, let's do a project. And so we're in the Woods section and I posted it on my Instagram story that my dad and I were working on a secret new project and it was actually the first little freedom flag. We were getting the wood for it. So who asked that? Oh, the bearded one. So the bearded one I hope that you enjoy if you do something similar with your boys. It's been a really fun with my dad and my mom. Alex asked, why is male masculinity at an all time low? Oh my gosh. Well, it's a few reasons I would say Alex, it's not just one thing, you know, most things in politics and the combination of culture and politics are quite convoluted, right? And multifaceted. I would say first of all, we don't raise not only young men, but young women, we don't raise boys and girls to understand and really get excited to take on the responsibilities that come with becoming a young woman and then a woman and then becoming a man or a young man and then a man. And I think that really strips us of something that's empowering to human beings.

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The Morgan Zegers Show

03:49 min | 3 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"A big family commitment. Unless you have a farm hand. Okay, the bearded one said, do you make good money off of your freedom flags, would like to do something similar with my boys? Yeah, I mean, I guess, you know, what do you consider good money is really the question. So for me, I started it to pay off my student loans. We started by actually just making them for fun. My dad and I, we made one, it looked super cool. We ended up donating it to a local VFW fundraiser for one of our friends at the post because I was in the ladies auxiliary in my hometown. My dad was in the post 'cause he served in operation Iraqi freedom. And one of our friends, who was a leader in the post, had cancer. He still has cancer. I just saw him a couple of weeks ago actually. And I went into Stuart's. But I saw him and he's had cancer for a long time now from agent orange, that he was exposed to in Vietnam. A lot of our Vietnam veterans have cancer because they were exposed to that chemical. And it's very, very frustrating to see what happens with our veterans. Speaking of which, if you guys are interested in organizations that help with this kind of stuff and to toxic exposures that our veterans face, especially the burn pets and stuff, look up hunter 7, hunter 7 foundation is a really great organization and it's not an ad or anything. I just enjoy them very much and they've become good friends of mine. At this point. But we donated our first flags to fundraisers like that and then eventually I was like 20? 21? I was younger and in college and so people had asked me if they could buy one. My dad and I were like, let's file for them now I'll see and then we started selling them to literally just community people.

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The Morgan Zegers Show

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"morgan" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"We do want to say to people come to Chinatown. Here we are. Hey guys, welcome back to the show. This is more consequence. I'm really glad you're joining us again today. Got great feedback on the Q&A. And so we're doing another Q&A to be honest when I'm when I'm recording on a Sunday Night like I am now again, I usually go to church in the morning, do errands, grocery stuff like that. And then I kind of sit down and someday vibes to me is talking more about the higher level values, lifestyle culture kind of stuff, and its relation to politics. And so I think the Q&A really fits in. So if you guys have questions, you can DM them to me on Instagram and that's really how I've been fielding them all or I'll do little submission boxes from time to time and then collect them. But I'm really glad that you're joining us. I had a great time at church today just got back. I'm filming this pretty late again because I had a Sunday evening event. I just got back from turning point USA action, so turning point actions, I think it was called something unite and something and I'm forgetting the name already, but they had a campaign event because turning point action is the sister political arm of turning point USA. And there was Blake mass well, first of all, there's the guy who's running for Speaker of the House of Arizona in the state government. He spoke, we had a major state senator that's leading on election integrity in Arizona speak. We had Charlie speak, Blake masters then spoke. He just won the primary to run in the general for Senate of Arizona. Not others on about four Senate in the U.S. Senate, so that'll be really cool. I think he's going to win. And then we had Kerry Lake, who just won her primary and she's now going into the general against a radical woke Democrat, a very, very aggressively radical woke Democrat to be governor of Arizona. And now,

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