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Caller: We're Doing Today What We Did in the 1970s'; It's Horrific
"The show. Hey, good afternoon, Kara. You know, my turn is this we are we're doing today what we did in the 1970s. So the 1970s, we tried to appease the Soviet Union. We tried to negotiate an arms agreement. We've lent them 80 billion dollars. We've raised the cost of oil today. We've given money to to Iran. We've raised the cost so the Soviet, so Russia is benefiting from more revenue. We tried to appease them. Our president reminds me of the character from Dr. Strangelove, Peter Sellers, the president, a mild and meager and timid man. Can I tell something? you We are spending right now the same amount of money in real terms on defense while China and other countries are there in a boom, militarily. And it concerns me that we're not getting prepared. When Trump was in office, he forced NATO to spend more. They backed away from that. You know, interesting that Harold Brown was defense secretary in the 1970s. He said something I always remember. I was in my 20s. And he said, these would be the Soviet Union arms agreement. He said, we build, build. We stopped building. They built. That's what's going on. Our enemies are not stopping. Our enemies are moving forward with their, they're bent on destruction and we're timidly sitting back letting it happen. Neville Chamberlain, World War II. Remember that, guys? We're there. Yeah. Thank you so much for that call, Alan. What a great commentary. That was, that was fantastic. You hit the nail head. on the Absolutely. I actually share your concern about what's happening. And you're absolutely right. Our enemies are building while we're voluntarily tearing down. Is China using green energy? No. What the hell can you use green energy for? You can heat and cool your house with it. Great. I live in California. I live an in area that is dedicated to solar farms. If you've never had the opportunity to see
Fresh "Neville" from Evening News with Art Sanders
"Mhm. I'm John Trout. Welcome back. This is America in the morning. A Republican candidate for The president has picked up a high profile endorsement. Correspondent Clayton Neville has the latest on the GOP campaign trail. Republican presidential candidate and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie dismissed missed the endorsement of candidate and former ambassador to the U. N. Nikki Haley by Americans for the cope network. I don't think voters in Iowa New Hampshire are gonna give a darn who the cope brothers support. They're gonna decide who want they to support by listening to us on the ground in their living rooms. The endorsement means publicity and big money for the Haley campaign. But Christie told Fox News I think everybody needs to understand that these polls are a snapshot in moment the and in fact both Iowa and New Hampshire have shown that the person who's leading in November is almost never the person who winds up winning in January. The person leading in the polls is former president Donald Trump and he went after the Haley endorsement. His campaign had a message to donors calling the pack a corrupt group of globalist rhino donors. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis also used that term rhino in responding to the endorsement. His campaign called it a disappointment and on the campaign trail DeSantis pushing term limits in Congress among other issues The problem is Congress is never going to enact this. As president I'll lead the efforts to bring about term limits through the states. Florida has already certified it. Many other states have certified it we have the ability to do this. As for the Haley endorsement by the Koch network the political world is watching closely to exactly how the GOP reacts. I'm Clayton Neville. Charlie Munger Warren Buffett's longtime sidekick and a builder of Berkshire Hathaway has died at the of age 99 here's correspondent Lisa Dwyer. Charlie Munger who helped Warren Buffett build Berkshire Hathaway into an investment powerhouse has died at 99 years old almost one shy month of his 100th birthday Munger served as Buffett's sounding board on investments and business decisions and helped lead Berkshire for more than five decades Munger preferred to stay in the background and let Buffett be be the the face of Berkshire and he often downplayed his contributions to the company's remarkable best. Munger and Buffett began buying Berkshire Hathaway shares in 1962 for about seven to eight dollars per share they took control of the textile firm in 1965 those shares worth over five hundred and forty six thousand dollars. I'm Lisa Dwyer. Twelve still barely old enough to shave but a teenager is charged with murder at a North Carolina high school correspondent Rita Foley reports. Raleigh North Carolina police say it happened Monday morning during a fight at Southeast Raleigh High School. A stabbing left a 15 year old student dead and a 16 year old hospitalized. That student's injuries are not considered life threatening. A 14 year old boy is charged with murder. There was no immediate information about what led to the fight. Wake County School Superintendent Robert Taylor said they'll review their safety protocols now. Schools should be a safe haven for students and staff he said. I'm Rita Foley. That sticker shock in reverse at the gas pump gasoline prices have now fallen or remained steady for 10 straight weeks. AAA says the price of a gallon of unleaded nationwide averages $3 24 cents down a quarter in the past month. California still has the highest gas prices in nation the but has fallen below $5 and Alaska has dropped below $4 for the first time this year. 15 states now have prices averaging below $3 a gallon. As artificial intelligence becomes more sophisticated, the places it's being used may surprise you. It certainly raised eyebrows by the staff at a major sports magazine when it was discovered that some published stories were written by AI. Here's Chuck Palm with that in hosting stories under fake names created using AI. These stories being published AI by were passed off as work created by writers that did not exist and the staffers were furious. During a staff meeting, answers to questions about the AI debacle, multiple staffers said was unsatisfying and incomplete. Executives said it was a one -time mistake made with an AI company they had already broken off their relationship with. The report from Futurism .com also found that the magazine had repeatedly published
A highlight from Mike Signorelli
"Trump calls Florida heartbeat bill a terrible mistake, and Mike Pence talks war with Russia. So I think if you will allow me to speak critically of Donald Trump for five minutes, I will speak critically. No, no, no, no. Look, you know, and I know, everybody listens who to this program knows that I don't think Trump is perfect. I think he ought to be the next president. And I think that, as you know about me and about many people listening to this program, that we are radically pro -life. We think it's a moral issue. And I think that Trump has made, I think he misspoke. I think it was, I don't know. Well, talk about it so people understand what we're talking about. Donald Trump went on face the nation and said that the heartbeat bill Ron DeSantis bravely signed in Florida was a terrible thing, a terrible mistake. And he said that he wouldn't commit to supporting any kind of federal restriction on the taking of unborn life. And he said with characteristic real estate bravado, well, I'm going to have policies that are going to make everybody happy. Everybody's going to walk away happy from the table. That is not how things work. When you're talking about life and death issues, Mr. President, that is how things might work. If you're negotiating over ownership of a golf course. All right. All right. Each of you is going to get nine holes. Okay. You'll each get nine holes. It's wonderful. You got, you've got half a golf course, half a loaf is better than none. But we remember from the story of Solomon, half a baby is not better than none. In this case, we're talking about cutting the baby in half. Literally we're talking about should abortion, should the pro -life position be, we want a bad abortion after maybe 15 weeks, which would only get rid of maybe 8 % of the abortions in America. If that's the pro -life position, it's not worth a damn thing. That's the law in Germany. That's the law in France. That's the law in Belgium. All these countries where euthanasia is now taking over. Having a 10 week, a 15 week abortion ban solves absolutely nothing. It just means the women who are so dopey, they don't even know they're pregnant until like 18 weeks won't be able to get abortions. That's all it means. He's really just punishing the stupid. It's not saving a significant number of babies. I don't know who Trump is getting his advice from on the abortion issue, but they're not on our side. They are like the Jared Kushner. They're not on our side. What Trump is saying is a complete loser position. It's like saying we're going to build the wall. We're going to build the wall with the Mexican border, except every 20 feet there's going to be a gap. We'll get most of the wall built. There'll guess who will come. I think a couple of things need to be said. First of all, I already said it. Trump is not perfect. So he often has done things that I think are harmful to himself. And saying that I think just politically is a mistake. But we also have to say without a doubt he has been the most pro -life president we ever had in this country. Because of him and standing up for Kavanaugh, Roe v. Wade was overturned. I want to remind people of that. I also want to remind people that he spoke at the March for Life. No other president had done that. And so right now, I guess I find everything with him, not everything, but a lot of stuff just funny. It's almost like he'll say anything Ron DeSantis says, he'll say the opposite. I know. You could be triggered and tripped into that. And it's his Achilles heel that whatever Trump, whatever DeSantis says, Trump will somehow try to spin it. Trump even said that Andrew Cuomo did a better job on COVID than Ron DeSantis. That is literally the most insane thing any American politician has said since Jefferson Davis said I want to secede from the union. It's up to that level of crazy. But Trump, I mean Trump does this stuff for effect. In other words, for political effect to drive people crazy. That's why I guess I find it at least partially entertaining that he'll go out on a limb and say something like that just to trigger DeSantis. The problem is this stuff isn't cute. There were thousands of people murdered in those nursing homes in New York. Abortion isn't cute. This is not something funny. This is not like letting Jared and Ivanka turn the White House into their own little party hut. This is really serious. And our only leverage over Trump is right now during the primaries. If he gets the nomination, he can do whatever he wants because he will be elected president unless they assassinate him, which I do not put past that. I do not put that past the deal. Oh, I know that there have been attempts that we haven't heard about, but obviously they would do anything to get rid of him. We have our leverage now, especially before the Iowa caucus. Trump needs to be told if you keep saying this weak, rhino, wimpy garbage about abortion, maybe we'll hold our noses and vote for you against Joe Biden because we don't want to be put in prison camps. But we're not going to go to the mattresses for you. We're not going to go to the wall for you. We're not going to be fanatical, devoted supporters. We will hold our nose and vote for you the way we held our noses and voted for George W. Bush. Do you want to be the next George W. Bush? Well, no, John, I think it's worse than that. I think what will happen, what will happen is many evangelicals, pro -life evangelicals simply won't vote, which I think is an unbelievable mistake because they feel it's principled not to vote for Trump because he said this about what DeSantis's view. On the other hand, let him think that and maybe it's true and let him act accordingly. It's like if we are so on the reservation, Eric, that they know they have our votes no matter what they do, the Republican Party will keep treating evangelicals and pro -lifers the way the Democratic Party treats blacks. That is, you have no choice where you're going to go, take whatever scraps we throw you. So no, I think it's good. Let him be a little afraid that we will go off the reservation. No, that's why I just said that. That's why I just said that. In other words, I actually believe that that's true because when you look at what happened in the last number of elections, there are many evangelicals who are so pious in the negative sense that they would say, I'm just going to sit home and I'm not going to vote because Trump had three wives and I'm going to let Hillary Clinton or Satan or Adolf Hitler take over America because I'm so pious that I won't pull the lever for somebody who doesn't agree with me on everything or who puts out mean tweets or says things I disagree with. That is effectively how we got Biden because we didn't have a serious situation that we're in. On the other hand, Mike Pence is saying that unless we give long range missiles to Ukraine so it can kill lots of Russians, we'll have to go to war with Russia because it will invade Poland. So in order to avoid war, we have to fight a war. It's exactly what George W. Bush said about Iraq, that we have to fight the terrorists over there so we don't have to fight them over here so they won't do 9 -11 again. Now we know now Iraq had nothing to do with 9 -11. It had no weapons of mass destruction. So he lied us into the Iraq war. In Vietnam, they told us we had to fight the Vietnam war so that the communists wouldn't take over Japan and then Hawaii. The whole domino theory is something that warmongers and the military contractors they work for, they whip it out every time they want to get us in a useless war. They say, well, remember Neville Chamberlain? Remember 1938? And I always say, remember August, 1914, when they blundered into World War I and destroyed all three of the main governments involved in it, all based on nothing, based on lies, based on garbage. Sometimes it's November, September, 1938. Sometimes it's August, 1914. And you're the idiot warmonger about to plunge the world into destruction because of your silly fantasies private about being a big man. Mike Pence is one of those warmongers and he's very dangerous right now. There's never enough time to talk to you, my friend. We'll get you back as soon as possible. Thank you, folks. We'll be right back. Thank you. For 10 years, Patriot Mobile has been America's only Christian conservative wireless provider. And when I say only, trust me, they're the only one. Glenn and the team have been great supporters of this show, which is why I'm proud to partner with them. 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Fresh "Neville" from Evening News with Art Sanders
"Highway 121 Maytown Road. This disabled vehicle partially blocks the lane. State Patrol is on the scene. I'm Jay Phillips, Northwest News Radio traffic. News traffic and weather updates weekday morning and be listening for more stories and interviews to help you make sense of it all. News Radio 1000 and FM 97. This is America in the morning from Westwood One. I'm John Trout coming up this half hour. Israel and Hamas have agreed to extend their countries with another two planned exchanges of militant held hostages. I'm Karen Chalas. The Biden administration is telling Israel that it must operate with greater precision. Donna Water Washington, a Republican presidential candidate snags a big time endorsement. I'm Clayton Neville. A longtime sidekick Warren of Buffett has died. I'm Lisa Dwyer. A teenager is charged with murder at a high school. I'm Rita Folway. A check at the pump as gasoline prices continue to fall. Artificial sports writers get the boot from Sports Illustrated. I'm Chuck Palm. Mark Cuban is making some changes to business his and his career. I'm Kevin Carr. Back after these messages. Imagine having all the money you need for retirement. All the income every month. Guaranteed. That's Secure Future Investor. An indexed annuity tied to growth in the stock market, but without any risk of loss ever. It's guaranteed money for life income no matter how long you live. Call -2228. 888 -509
Bruce Pearl Shares Gratitude With All Basketball Fans
"We're talking to Bruce Pearl, head coach of the Auburn men's basketball team. Bruce, I gotta tell you, I love Auburn. It's been an amazing place. Obviously, you get my connection there. But, you know, one of the things about about you that right away really attracted me to you is a friend of mine, Mark Levin, who's a host great radio in his own right. Mark Levin told me one time, you know, Dan, every person you treat terribly, who recognizes you in public is going to tell 200 people what a jerk you are. And I ran into you first at an Auburn men's basketball game. And man, you were in the crowd, taking pictures with everybody, their families, hey, come on over. you I mean, are just like, you're not just the head coach, you you. This is personal for you. Like when you're at the men's basketball game, you're like the head cheerleader. Yeah, you know, you're you're partying with the students on the court like, yeah, that's that means something. I think these kids feel like you're, you know, you're one of them. Well, you know, at the end, it takes no time at all to just respect, you know, somebody that wants to come up and take a picture or ask you a question. And yeah, celebrities or people that are visible sometimes are just too busy to care. I just don't. And so I just take my time with you each and and every one of them try to make a little bit of a difference in their life. And you know what? I work. I work it off. And I'm grateful for the opportunity. Like I get a chance to coach basketball in an unbelievable environment against the best college basketball programs in the country. And I coach in Neville Arena where the place is always sold out to every person that goes every
Fresh update on "neville" discussed on Evening News with Art Sanders
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They also offer no down money and no interest for up to 18 months. Check out their impeccable reputation for yourself. Space Services Northwest is Crawl the only company that can solve any crawl space or attic problem, no exceptions. Go to Northwest Crawl 15 til, I'm John Trout. Welcome back. This is America in the morning. A Republican candidate for president has picked up a high -profile endorsement. Correspondent Clayton Neville has the latest on the GOP campaign trail. Republican presidential candidate and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie dismissed the endorsement of candidate and former ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley by Americans for Prosperity, the Koch network. I don't think voters in Iowa, New Hampshire are gonna give a who the Koch brothers support. They're gonna decide who they want to support by listening to us on the ground in their living rooms. The endorsement means publicity and big money for the Haley campaign. But Christie told Fox News. I think everybody understand needs to that these polls are a snapshot in the moment. And then in fact, both Iowa and New Hampshire shown that that the person who's leading in November is almost never the person who winds up winning in January. The person leading in the polls is former President Donald Trump and he went after the Haley endorsement. His campaign had a message to donors calling the pack a corrupt group of globalist rhino donors. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis also used that term rhino in responding to the endorsement. His campaign called it a disappointment. And the campaign on trail, DeSantis pushing term limits in Congress, among other issues. The problem is Congress is never going to enact this. As president, I'll lead the efforts to bring about term limits through the states. Florida has already certified it. Many other states have certified it. We have the ability to do this. As for the Haley endorsement by the Koch network, the political world is watching closely to exactly how the GOP acts. I'm Clayton Neville. Charlie Munger, Warren Buffet's longtime sidekick and builder a of Berkshire Hathaway has died at the age of ninety nine. Here's correspondent Lisa Dwyer. Munger, Charlie who helped Warren Buffett build Berkshire Hathaway into an investment powerhouse, has died at ninety nine years old, almost one month shy of his 100th birthday. Munger served as its sounding board on investments and business decisions and helped lead Berkshire for more than five decades. Munger preferred to stay in the background and let Buffett be the face of Berkshire, and he often downplayed his contributions to the company's remarkable success. Munger and Buffett began buying Berkshire Hathaway shares in for 1962 about seven to eight dollars per share. They took control of the 1965. textile firm in Those shares are now worth over five hundred and forty six thousand dollars. I'm Lisa Dwyer. Twelve till, barely old enough to shave, but a teenager is charged with murder at a North Carolina high school, correspondent Rita Foley reports. Raleigh, North Carolina police say it happened Monday morning during a fight at Southeast Raleigh High School. A stabbing left fifteen year old student dead and a sixteen year old hospitalized. That student's injuries are not considered life threatening. A fourteen year old boy is charged with murder. There was no immediate information about what led to the fight. Wake County School Superintendent Robert Taylor said they'll review their safety protocols now. Schools should be a safe haven for students and staff, he said. I'm Rita Foley. That sticker shock in reverse at the gas pump. Gasoline prices have now fallen or remained steady for ten straight weeks. AAA says the price of a gallon of leaded nationwide averages $3 .24, down a quarter in the past month. California still has the highest gas prices in the nation, but has fallen below $5 and Alaska has dropped below $4 for the first time this year. Fifteen states now have prices averaging below $3 a gallon. As artificial intelligence becomes more sophisticated, the places it's being used may surprise you. It certainly raised eyebrows by the staff at a major sports magazine when it was discovered that some published stories were written by AI. Here's Chuck Palm with that in today's tech report. Online tech blog Futurism .com has uncovered story a that Sports Illustrated has been posting stories under fake names created using AI. These stories being published by AI were passed off as work created by writers that did not exist and the staffers were furious. During a staff meeting, answers to questions about the AI debacle, go on. Thanks for watching. Thank you watching. for We'll see you next time. Report from Futurism .com also found that the magazine had repeatedly published articles whose authors could not be found online or outside the Sports Illustrated website and it alleged even the profile photos were generated by AI. Several stories and writers profiles have disappeared from the Sports Illustrated site. For more tech news, visit allthetoptech .tech. I'm Chuck Palm. Until now on America in the Morning, Robert Workman has a check of Good Week Sports. We'll see you next time. We'll see you next time. See you next time. Nick snail the Hornets to secure the East wild card. Their quarterfinal game will be at Milwaukee. Celtics blasted the Bulls to advance to the quarters. They'll be at the Pacers. Jalen Brown had 30. I mean, to be honest, it was a little weird, but ultimate the goal is to come out and get a win tonight. And that's what we did.
The Return of Neo-Appeasement: Are We Doomed to Repeat History?
"The neo appeasement that's in the water. And everyone takes that as an insult. I don't mean it as an insult. I mean it is a genuine ideology that dominated in the 30s from Stanley Baldwin through Neville Chamberlain, which is you can satisfy dictators. You can actually do a deal with a dictator that they will stick to. That's back and it's deep. We saw Reagan beat it in the 80s with the deployment of the parachutes and the cruise missiles, but it's back and the neo appeasers don't want to deal with you. How is the committee going to get that to change? Well, the Democrats on the committee be vital to that change. Well, we're hoping to have our first set of policy recommendations out next week. We're working towards a strong set of recommendations that are focused on Taiwan, as well as a smaller set of strong recommendations that came out of our hearing on the ongoing Uyghur genocide, which leads to something that we're doing from our night. We're having a hearing tomorrow night on the CCP's ongoing economic aggression globally and how we level the playing field. We have this witnesses roger Robinson who designed and was key to the implementation of Ronald Reagan's economic warfare strategy against the Soviet Union. We have bob lighthizer, who served as U.S. trade representative and we have Eric Schmidt, who obviously was the head of Google and brings a private sector experience. And so we're hoping that hearing will then tee up our broader effort, which is the next phase of the committee's work, which is focused on selective economic decoupling and how we win this economic competition. Because a lot of the sentiment for engagement and appeasement comes from the private sector comes from Wall Street. It comes from K street. It comes from Hollywood. It comes from silly Silicon Valley, and there's this naive belief that we can just go back to the status quo ante that somehow we can go back to the good old days and return to the responsible stakeholder hypothesis or the more theme parks we open up in China, the more the better behaves Xi Jinping will become. I disagree with that, but we need to have a conversation with the private sector and get them to understand that there is no such thing as a private business in China.
Fresh update on "neville" discussed on Evening News with Art Sanders
"The DuPont area northbound I -5 between Center Drive and the Joint Base Lewis -McChord main gate northbound I -5 is again reduced to just two lanes overnight for road work till about 4 30 a .m. I'm Jay Phillips Northwest News you tried watching the talking heads on the financial channels but they just gave you stock advice that the real pros already knew about if it always feels like it's too little too late check out .com stockcharts and start your free one -month trial today at stockcharts .com you'll know how the market is behaving before the pros trusted by thousands of online investors stockcharts .com has the charting tools and resources you need to make smarter investing decisions start your free one -month trial today at stockcharts .com this is America in the morning on Newsradio 1000 FM 97 good morning this is America in the morning from Westwood One I'm John Trout it's Wednesday November 29th 2023 here's what's coming up on America in the morning Hunter Biden agrees to testify but some republicans say they're against it I'm John Stoleness in Washington freed hostages describe conditions of captivity it was so and emotional so unbelievable I'm Clayton metal the vote is possible soon in the house to expel New York Republican George Santos expelled from the House of Representatives Ed Donahue Texas women who could not get abortions despite health risk have taken a challenge to the state's highest court Norman by Hall a Russian court has extended the detention of a u .s. journalist until January next year I'm Karen Shemas Sandy Hook families have offered to settle Alex Jones's 1 .5 billion dollar legal debt for a minimum of eighty five million dollars I'm Lisa Dwyer all ahead 7 after going on the offensive hunter Biden says he will testify before the house oversight committee but Republicans who've been calling for him to testify say they will deny his request John Stoleness explains an attorney for the president's son responding to a subpoena from the oversight committee is proposing that hunter Biden appear before an open committee on December 13th rather than the closed deposition that Republicans had asked for chairman Comer is against an open hearing claiming Democrats on the committee will use it as an opportunity to make a scene where we need to sit down and ask specific questions without filibustering without interruptions without going five minutes back and forth with with Jamie Baskin's and Dan Goldman and and little Moskowitz jumping up and down filing motions and trying to disrupt the committee hearings his comments yesterday come in stark contrast to those he made two months about ago potential testimony from Biden under Biden's more than welcome to come in front of the committee if he wants to clear his day good if he wants to come and say you know these weren't 20 shell companies they actually did something he's more than he's invited today in a statement ranking Democrat on the committee Jamie Raskin called comers response quote an epic and humiliation said they have no confidence in their own case or their ability to pursue it Republican senator Josh Hawley believes that testimony should not be closed my view is that the American people have a right to see and also you know they should evaluate this for themselves I mean if you do this stuff in private what happens is there's inevitably bunches of leaks and then it's it's you know well so -and -so said this and so -and -so said that it's like oh just do it in public and let the public see but open the door so y 'all can report on it Biden attorney Abby Lowell said a closed -door session would allow Republicans to manipulate quote or even distort the facts and misinform the public comer says they still expect Biden sit to for a deposition on December 13th but did say he should have the opportunity for an open hearing down the road as for their evidence against Hunter Biden Republican congressman Lisa MacLean tells Fox News' Maria Bartiromo they still don't have a smoking gun. Have you been able to identify any actual policy changes that Joe made Biden as a result of getting money from China the short answer is no the House GOP says they're still trying to gain evidence President Biden illegally helped his son earn big money deals with overseas companies and profited off of them no evidence has been provided of that so far John Stoleness Washington nine after more hostages were released by Hamas in Gaza on the fifth day of a truce between Palestinian the terrorist group and the nation of Israel correspondent Clayton Neville has the latest since last Friday Hamas has released more than 80 hostages most of them Israeli nationals nine women and a teenage girl were set free on Tuesday night with two ties in return Israel released more than two dozen Palestinian prisoners close to 200 have been freed in recent days Shira Habron told the Associated Press that she was overwhelmed with relief when she learned her relatives who had been taken hostage were set free the moment we saw them on the news it was so and so unbelievable it's finally happening they're like people that came from the dead I don't know free hostages describe sleeping on plastic chairs with sheets in small rooms while being held captive some said Hamas initially fed them but as the war continued food became scarce doctor is not karash is with the Shamir Medical Center and they were praying and longing for the return of the 15 remaining ties that are still in captivity and of course to all the Israelis that are kept and should come home the CIA director was in Qatar on Tuesday meeting with Qatari and Egyptian officials on continued hostage negotiations and on Capitol Hill senator Mitch McConnell had a stern stance on attacks on US bases overseas by Iran backed forces the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism remains demonstrably undeterred he said that since October 17th Iran back terrorists have launched at least 73 attacks against US personnel in Iraq and Syria. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer ripped on Republicans who he said are delaying legislation that allow would more American aid for Israel and for Ukraine in the Indo -Pacific. all these national issues national security issues are related and should move together. Senator McConnell criticized that proposal by some Democrats to condition aid to Israel on the IDF following international law to cut back on civilian casualties in Gaza. He called that ridiculous. I'm Clayton Neville it's 12 after the fate of Congressman George Santos remaining in the House of Representatives when America in the morning continues after these messages. you brace yourself for the ultimate holiday
Who's Badmouthing Sean Davis?!
"I want to bring in a man who I love. Sean Davis, and I mean love in the most deepest man to man kind of way. Sean Davis cofounder of the federalist and brother, I heard someone talking bad about you on the twitters and I think it was this senator cornyn guy from Texas who was hell bent on running us into World War three by backing zelensky with everything he wants and you pointed out maybe that's not the greatest idea and he called you Neville Chamberlain. Well, I think the most interesting aspect of that is that we had a senator who was actually able to make a historical reference. Prompting him, it's probably the only one he knows. Right, right. It's on his list of one. But we should give him a little hint tap for that. Yeah, he went after me, called me an appeaser and a Nazi sympathizer compared me to former British prime minister Neville Chamberlain for suggesting how dare I that maybe just giving buckets of money to Ukraine forever isn't actually an America's national security interest that maybe what's happening over there is a dispute that Europe needs to figure out and that maybe we're actually making ourselves a lot less safe by putting all of our eggs in that basket spending hundreds of billions of dollars over there while our own border is completely porous and unprotected. And for that he went after me, which I found equal parts of using infamous horrifying.
"neville" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Child, I would say a team, perhaps. If I was ill, my mother would say, is like, you know, as you begin to get better, say, why don't you put a lipstick on because there's the psychological difference? Yeah, when you put the lipstick on and it perks you up and you can face. I think often older girls put their makeup on. And it helps them face the day. You know, they might have a tough day. They might have got a job to go to. They're working along 25 year olds in the department store or whatever. And I think it's not about competing with the 25 year old of course. That would be ridiculous. I'm surrounded by an office full of youngsters, but it's about your self respect and wanting to look. As nice as you can for your age and what you know, I think plastic surgery, fillers, all of these things are absolutely right in for some people, providing they don't overdo it. And I think personally, Botox is a major game changer. Just like the lycra was a major game changer because before your types didn't fit, your bra didn't fit your swimsuit didn't fit. I worked on lycra for 20 years, so I know and I see lycra and
"neville" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"So listening to you talk about this and yes, we come back to the fact that it is a business and I do want to unpick a little bit of that with you. But the other sense I get is I keep hearing support and nurturing and nourishing. And that's obviously something that you bring to the table. Yeah. But mixed in with this wicked shot work ethic. Yeah. So where does the weather and nourishing side come from? Why are you so emotionally invested in the people in the industry? Do you think? Well, first of all, I love to see enthusiastic, young, entrepreneurs come in here and they come in all the time. Their first port of call is CW, we have a cup of coffee, we talk about where their business is and they may well only be online. You know, and what is their aspiration and I think the beauty industry is a fabulous industry for women. I have known many women who have been at home home maternity leave and have written their business plan and called me up and said, I'm riding my business plan. I've got time off and I'm full of admiration for them because they are multitaskers. They're running families. They have partners or husbands to consider. And they're very smart. And it is a great organization for women. And I think that I might be a little overly involved with the members. I'm not certain my American colleagues understand how involved I am. One of them said you're not supposed to be a consultant. But it's in my nature, I think, to want to help and support very maternalistic in my approach. I think perhaps women who have families and run organizations do bring that sort of mother hand, if you like to the table, I'm interested in how my staff are in their health and their spirit. And I also encourage my staff to get out there. I like people who get out there and do things so they can bring something to the table and we can talk about what they saw this weekend
"neville" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Objective is to get my sticker or more and more products. And it also raises the profile of the industry overall. It really does. So that make no mistake. It's about doing business. Yes. But there's a listening and we're independent. This is the thing. It's an independent award. That's really, really important. And. If anything we're done, that was to try to knock that over. I would fight like mad because I have had people say to me, am I a winner? Because if I'm a winner, I'll take a full page of advertising next week and such and such. Oh, that Old Testament. I mean, I said, I can tell you a winner. You'll find out all of Friday if you want to put mad in the standard or money all the time. That's up to you. But I can't tell him. And neither is it, a reader's voting. There's no readers voting. These products are chosen by the industry experts. What do we base altruism? I've got to choose 28. I am looking for a group of 28 products that a I think have a little bit extra. I never say, oh, they're the best in the world, because that's ridiculous. I would say this product has a little bit extra. It's either a new application, you know, a new patent, new ingredient, beautiful colors, and the other thing I think apart from I'm trying to think, what are some of the other things? The first thing to me is that's how I choose. And then I want to put together a collection that will excite the consumers which will excite the market. These will add something extra to the market. So I make a very considered choice because I also vote half the products I know and then I look at those that are brand new to me and there are some really clever applications. You know, I love products that do two things. I've got the blusher on the top and the liquid makeup down here. I love all of that because I can use that my big word for this year is definitely glow. I love glow. And I have followed the Korean market very closely. And they are so smart with their product. Where they were the first people who really came with something you put on and you look white and then you put a B and B or C and C cream over it. And that took the color of your skin and it has a glow. They're very, very smart. And I think you'll see more and more products that have glow in it. That's my big work, glow and looking healthy, I think. Highlighting and striving have had their moments. Oh, yes. Oh yeah, now it's settled.
"neville" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"To see it. Then the next thing I worked to introduce was the beauty awards. And I did now the industry when I launched this, the industry was full of beauty awards in magazines. Yes, yes. And I want to tell you, the magazine, some of them hated me. One actually told me he hated our award. And publisher told me he hated our award because he was upset. But you know, that's the way it is. It's all about change. And the thing about the achievement rewards is it's independent of any advertising. It really is. And. I can't tell anybody who's won. Because I will not know, I refuse to know until the actual day of the lunch. So I don't, I'm not involved in that. I'm delighted when we get the list of winners, but it's the only ones member of staff here will know. And everybody who is supposed to know about it in order to get this supplement together and what have you, they're all signing NDA clauses and it's been a well kept secret. That's why I think it's grown and it's prospered. Sports is this year for the beauty awards were Amazon. Marks and spencers and Philips, because these were the title sponsors. Well, then our regular supporters who do special
"neville" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"If you know, the training room, I wanted Arab events to really represent the industry we were in, which was glamorous and smart and so I would always go to big hotels. I would plead with them to give me a preferable rate because I was going to bring the beauty industry in. And most of them got the picture. I mean, they understood that. And I can tell you, I've had events in every single hotel in London. And a lot of them now host us for our board meetings. They hostess. Because they have a chance to show what they can do. And I also give all my sponsors 15 minutes in front of the board. Before the meeting starts, I always thought that was quite good. So they can talk. Every new sponsor can talk for 15 minutes about what they do. I think that's a fair exchange. So I never looked back after that because I'm just looking at this whole roster here with the first big event we organized or the annual events was the achieve rewards. And I'm looking here that in 2002, Mary Cuomo took lifetime achiever. 2003. 2004 Vivian Westwood, 2005, Barbara jolene, 2007 diamond von furstenberg, 2007, our first man, erosion dove. 2008 for a podcast guest. Carolina Herrera in 2008, John frieda in 2009. I had to start paying attention to the men in the industry. And I think we did have a lot of people on our board who thought that that was well, you know, until we can get more women in the boardroom Caroline, why are you entertaining the men? I said, because a lot of the men signed the checks. You know, when I'm looking for sponsorships to make these events happen, it's usually a man at the end of the day. That was the situation then. Now I have so many women, I think, in top jobs, they're the women who sit around my board, and that's another thing. I did have to. The Americans said to me, after about 6 years, you know, your organization is expanding so quickly in London, you need to formalize the board. It can't be loose. You have to have, well, the president. Now that was got paid at this stage, I have to tell you, that's the president. You have to have a chairman. You've got to have someone who responsible for looking at the finance and signing off for you. And you need people around the table who have very good skill sets, the sets you need, you know, to make the organization really fly. So I had to do all that. That's not easy. You know, we used to have board meetings. I wish you to come out of the meetings and two red cheeks. Because they had been so much betting and doing and growing. And I finally got to deal with it. You know, I finally got on top to deal with it. And you have to take charge. I think everybody around your board table. It's self interested. That's natural.
"neville" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"And just have a cup of coffee or tea and look down it and think about everything to do with it, how do I tell my family? How do I tell my work colleagues? What happens if I lose my hair? All of these things. We give that free to any woman who wants it. We have it online as well. And we give about 15,000 copies a year to look good for your better. Very natural home for it. It talks about the disability rights. It's a very worthwhile project and CW in the UK funds that. And we will continue to fund it. So we have everything is about having our members interest at heart. And I personally think it's a really wonderful organization. We're in New York. We're in Paris, and we're in London. But it's really, we offer our members a view of the entire industry as well. And that I mean, we've done reports on what you're worth, what salary should you be getting and all this type of thing. There's nothing wrong with that. I think everybody should know what the going rate is. We're pretty active. And how did you come to be involved in The CW? Well, I had a public relations company, which I am still the chairman of, that my son and daughter, took it over when I decided that I had to focus on CW full-time. Because in the beginning, Glenda Bailey, who was the editor of Marie Claire here, said she'd seen an organization in America called cosmetic executive women, and she thought we should start it in the UK. Great. She called 7 of us together. I was one of them. Because I think I put a lot of events there. And I could also get things. So I was definitely in the middle of it. And within a year, she called us in and said, I'm off to the states. I'm going over to be the editor of Harper's. I thought Jesus, we just started it. And she's the main attraction that she's going. And it was then the presidency was handed to Hillary dart. Who was the buyer at selfridges, and you everything about every product under the sun and also had influence. Within, I would say, 18 months, Hillary comes into the meeting and says, I'm off to America. I'm going to become the president of Calvin Klein. Should caravan, you can have CW. Now, bearing in mind I'm running a very busy agency. So I managed. I mean, one was my day job and the other one was my evening job. And my staff were doing all the secretarial to keep it going. And you know, I'm one of those people. I'm not a quitter. You know, I thought I've got to make this work. So I did make it work. It started to grow. And people were intrigued by it. And I think when did I become the president of 1990 two? I think when I'm 96
"neville" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"Doing that. Your brain is going to find a way to show you the 50. It's going to show you a way. And so that's the whole thing with Neville Goddard's teachings is that the latter, people said, I don't comment a lot. I'm not going to call them a lot, I'm not going to come out or I won't climb a ladder. I won't climb a ladder. And he picks yourself climbing a ladder. And so your brain doesn't see the don't. But then to emphasize it and to envision yourself feeling what it feels like to climb a ladder the last time you did it or the temperature, the texture, the feeling, how is it like when you climb that ladder and just see yourself just going up that ladder? And so your mind is basically designed to show you not what you want, but what you are. So when you become something, okay? You bring that into your life. You want to be a great speaker, you want to be a good dancer when you become that. For which in your mind, you then become that in the body. We learned that from the basketball players many years ago, the three people that the three of the practice, one practice every day after school, one practiced in the silent study, with their mind, and the third did nothing. The third obviously was terrible. The first and second, we're very close to each other. The mind doesn't know whether it's reality or whether it's, let's say, just something that, you know, make believe. Mine doesn't know the difference. It does not know the difference. And so what Neville got her teaches us is that if we put the emphasis on, I don't have, I don't have, I don't have, and then we have whatever it is at the end. That actually will get us to keep that intention in our mind as opposed to if you say gee, I am a great dancer. And that's great, but something like, oh, I don't believe I'm a great dancer. So if you have that problem like, oh, I have $50 million. Well, who am I kidding? I don't have it, right? So if that's happening to you, you put the dough in there and suddenly it's like, okay, I don't have, and then you're like, have is the last part. And that's what your brain focuses on. It focuses on not what you don't have, but what you have. And so when you say to yourself, I have this, like, yeah, right. I have that new car. You don't have that new car. Not get it. And so your brain's going to try to disorient that or dismantle it. But when you say I don't have, okay, I don't have it. I don't have it. I don't have it. I don't have. I don't have it. Yet. No, you don't say the word yet. You just say I don't have. Don't say yet. You say I don't have, and I also tell people to do something, the Tesla writing, which is very, very powerful. Three 6 9. So if you want to do something really powerful, you do the three 6 9 with the Neville Goddard technique with one of his techniques. So you get up in the morning. And let's say you're, I don't know, let's just say it's something, let's say it's a $1000, maybe people are having trouble with the millions. So let's just say it's a thousand. So you see, I don't want to have $5000. So you're right, I don't have $5000. I don't have $5000 in all $5000. Three times. Middle of the day, you write it out 6 times.
"neville" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Fight in a Northern California school Wednesday escalated to a stabbing that left one student dead. I'm Jennifer King. All ahead, on America in the morning. Less than three hours, that's how long it took a South Carolina jury to return a verdict in the murder trial of attorney Alex Murdoch. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports. The trial lasted 6 weeks, and after the verdict was read, judge Clifton Newman said there was overwhelming evidence to convict Alec Murdoch. A one time successful South Carolina attorney from a powerful family with a long line of local lawyers. The 54 year old on trial for the 2021 murders of his wife, Maggie, and son Paul. He showed little emotion when the verdict came down. Verdict guilty. Murdoch convicted of shooting Maggie and Paul near the dog kennels on the family's world property. Judge Newman addressed Murdoch. Mister Murdoch, you now having been found guilty of two counts of murder involving your wife and your son. Two counts of possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. The burden now comes upon the court to impose a sentence. And with that, he may be taken away. Murdoch faces 30 years to life on the murder charges in 5 years on the other two counts. The judge handles the sentencing in that phase of the trial starts later today. It's a saga that's grabbed the attention of the country and had been featured in a Netflix docu series. Murdough testified last week and denied the killings but changed his story after learning he was on camera at the scene of the murders. He admitted to being hooked on pills and had been fired from his law firm for a slew of financial crimes that totaled millions of dollars, just in bamberg's the attorney for victims of those crimes and called murda liar. And I think that the jury made a very clear. We're not buying what you're selling. Murdoch's family have been linked to a bizarre string of events and alleged cover ups in recent years, including a deadly boating accident. The death of a longtime housekeeper in a suspected suicide for higher insurance scam. The Netflix documentary coining the title, southern scandal. I am Clayton Neville. 9 passed now the U.S. Justice Department says injured capitol police officers and democratic lawmakers can be allowed to sue Donald Trump over the January 6th, 2021 capitol riot. As Washington correspondent soccer McGowan tells us in its decision, the case before the Washington appeals court will test presidential immunity while the president's attorneys claim that Trump was acting within the official bounds of his duties while in office. Now it is up to Congress to confront this egregious assault on our democracy
"neville" Discussed on ¿Dice Así? Podcast
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"neville" Discussed on Qualicast - Qualidade, Excelência e Gestão
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"neville" Discussed on Qualicast - Qualidade, Excelência e Gestão
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"neville" Discussed on Qualicast - Qualidade, Excelência e Gestão
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"neville" Discussed on Qualicast - Qualidade, Excelência e Gestão
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"neville" Discussed on Qualicast - Qualidade, Excelência e Gestão
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Tony Blinken Puts a Spin on America’s Successful Surrender to the Taliban
"How do you have a diplomatic mission without an embassy. How do you have a diplomatic mission when you had to close your embassy at a fears that your own citizens would have to be killed where we had to bring the flag down. How exactly does diplomacy work with that. Tony blinken you see. One of the great misnomers is that diplomacy can solve everything when it comes down to diplomacy is only effective when you have a big sword and a stick than the person across the table from you if you're going to rely solely on diplomacy with evil people. I got a book by neville chamberlain to sell you. Cut thirty one. Us military flights and ended in our troops department afghanistan. A new chapter of america's engagement with afghanistan has begun. It's one in which we will lead with our diplomacy. The military missions over a new diplomatic mission has begun the diplomatic mission that we don't have an embassy and we have no way to actually execute it now. Do you notice how they are. Experts not governing but at deflecting and dodging one thing. That blinken is very good. At is changing words get not necessarily always changing definitions but changing the essence of what is being set. A great example is when he was asked the other day. I think we have this tape. We played it earlier. But it's worth playing again when they said well. Did you give this to the taliban he said i didn't give lists. We gave over manifests but isn't a manifesto list. I know but we gave her a manifest. You asked if i gave over lists. We didn't give a list. We call it a manifest. therefore it's not a list play. Take the idea that we shared lists of of americans or others with the taliban is simply wrong. What was share in specific so in specific. Instances when you're trying to get a bus or a group of people through End you need to show a manifest to do that because particularly in cases where people don't have the necessary credentials on the documents on them Then you you'll share names of the list on people who busted. They can be assured that those were people that we're we're looking to bring. Yeah so again. We call manifest ladder listed in list.
'We Have a Deal': Biden Announces Bipartisan Infrastructure Agreement
"Biden's proposal on infrastructure correspondent Clayton Neville tells us the president is applauding the bipartisan effort to strike a deal. After months of negotiations, President Biden with a bipartisan group of lawmakers behind him, had an announcement. We have a deal, Republican Senator Susan Collins applauded her colleagues on both sides of the aisle. We've agreed on the price tag the skull And how to pay for it. It was not easy to get agreement on all three, but it was so essential the Bills price tag $973 billion over five years or 1.2 trillion over eight years. President Biden admitted it wasn't the deal he wanted. None of us got what we all whether we want it. They gave more than I think. Maybe there were inclined to give in the first place, but this reminds me of the days we used to get awful lot done up in the United States. Congress, Democratic Senator Kirsten Cinema called the agreement a historic investment in infrastructure. We all Gave some to get some because what we did was put first the needs of our country. Republican Senator Rob Portman said. The investment covers more than roads and bridges, lots of other kinds of infrastructure, including broadband, including our water system and a rail system, all of which is good for the economy. This will lead to more efficiency in our economy, Higher productivity, more economic growth. This is about the long term. Specifically, the agreement includes $109 billion on roads and highways. 15 billion on electric vehicles in transit in $65 billion toward broadband. Other investments to on airports, drinking water and climate change. President Biden insisted the proposal will create jobs. This still makes key investments to put people to work all across the country building transmission lines. Upgrading the power grid. To be more and more energy efficient and resilient and extreme weather to be able to sustain system rather and the climate crisis as far as how the deal will be paid for a variety of sources, including
Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama
"Least 12 people were killed as a result of tropical Storm Claudette, which drenched parts of the southeast with torrential rain over the weekend. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports during the storm 10 people died in a fiery crash on an Alabama highway. Claudette dropped as much as 12 inches of rain along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Parts of Alabama and Georgia also got hammer. Flash flood watches lasted through the weekend, a 24 year old man and a three year old boy reportedly killed when a tree fell on their house outside Tuscaloosa. And in Butler County, a horrific crash about 35 miles south of Montgomery on Interstate 65, 9 Children and one adult dead. A van from a youth home for abused or neglected Children, was carrying eight of the victims. The adult driver of that van survived, but it's believed her four and 16 year old kids died in the crash. 29 year old man and his nine month old daughter also killed. Authorities believe the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads. More than a dozen were involved and several fully engulfed in flames. It's a tragedy not only for ranches, it's not only a tragedy for Alabama It's a national strategy, Michael Smith, the CEO of the Alabama sheriff's youth Ranches, told ABC News. The vans from the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch in Camp Hill. It was coming back from Gulf Shores where the kids went for a vacation. They all wrote me a little sticky nose and oh, But the sticking those over my office saying Now they look forward to being down there and and they end together. He told ABC. He was able to make the trip to visit the girls for a few days before the crash. I can't tell you what it meant to me. And and I just know in my heart that it meant something to them A go fund me account now set up for Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch to help offset the funeral costs and counseling. As for Claudette, the system continues to move east with potential for more heavy
What to Expect From Biden's First Foreign Trip as President
"Biden already well into his second day, now his first full day of activities of his first overseas trip as chief executive. Clayton Neville reports on the first round of activities. Michael the president and first lady were greeted by American troops and their families at Royal Air Force milled in home. The first lady assured the troops that supporting them is her top priority. You are heroes, and that's why supporting you is so personal to US President Biden embarking on an eight day trip with the purpose of reasserting the US on the world stage at every point along the way. We're gonna make it clear that the United States is back. And democracies of the world are standing together to tackle the toughest challenges and the issues that matter most to our future. That we're committed to, leading with strength. Defending our values. And delivering for our people. The trip started with some good news from the White House. The Biden administration announced an agreement with Visor to purchase 500 million covid vaccine doses to be donated to more than 90 lower income countries over the next year. Busy week for the president to laid out his agenda. I'm heading to the G seven, then to the NATO ministerial and then Meet with Mr Putin to let him know. What I want him to know. That meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin will come in Geneva next weekend, of course, is one of the more high profile meetings on the trip with a rising number of cyberattacks linked to groups in Russia. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said the president's discussion with Putin will be significant. It's about a relationship of clarifying What our expectations are and laying out that if certain kinds of harmful activities continue to occur, there will be responses from the United States. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked if the president was ready for the Putin meeting and others He's been getting ready for 50 years, he has been on the world stage. He's known a number of these leaders for decades, including President Putin and including a number of the leaders, he'll see it NATO and he'll see at the G seven in the days ahead. The U. S expected to re engage in the
Harris, in Guatemala, Warns Potential Migrants: 'Do Not Come'
"Border during her first foreign trip since taking office correspondent Clayton Neville says Harris was visiting with leaders of Central American countries. While visiting with the president of Guatemala Vice President Kamala Harris had a message for Central Americans considering making the trek to the U. S. Do not come. Do not come. Harris adamantly discouraged illegal immigration and insisted the U. S will enforce laws and secure the border amid a continued search, and I believe If you come to our border, you will be turned back. So let's discouraged. Our friends, our neighbors, our family members from embarking on what is otherwise an extremely dangerous journey. The vice president stressed the Biden administration's plan to improve conditions in Central American countries by doing away with the desire to leave. She announced the creation of a task force to combat human trafficking and drug smuggling in the region when we see some of the most vulnerable in our communities Being take advantage of Being sold for profit being abused. It should be a priority for all of us who care about the human condition and humanity. Another task force will target corruption, which has been prevalent in some of the region's governments. Our Justice Department, our Treasury Department and our State Department will work together to conduct investigations and train local law enforcement. To conduct their own. The vice president promised community outreach, including a new program focused on creating education and economic opportunities for girls. We will also invest in agribusiness. And affordable housing and supporting entrepreneurs back home. Harrison's trip isn't sitting well with some Republicans who blame
R&B Singer Aaron Neville, 80, Retires From Touring
"Fans of Aaron level won't have many opportunities to hear him live from now on the Little Day R and B singer his officially retiring from touring on a post on his official website and social media, Nevel says the idea of touring is no longer Appealing to him. He is 80 years
12 European Soccer Clubs Announce New Breakaway Super Leagues
"On sunday. The world of soccer was rocked by the announcement that some of the biggest clubs in europe are forming a super league not unfortunately to fight super villains but to play very lucrative soccer matches against one another. The owners of the proposed twenty team super league spun it as a way to help fix what has been broken about the wife of champions league and take soccer the next level there are twelve breakaway clubs so far three from italy event is inter milan and a c milan three from spain. Barscelona real madrid and let it go. Madrid and six from england manchester city manchester united liverpool chelsea arsenal taught name hotspur spurs just fired head coach josie marino finally making him the first coach sacked in the super league era how exciting the blowback to the super league announcement has been swift and harsh a monday for president. Alexander shefrin called breakaway owners. Snakes and promised that players on those clubs who play in the super league will be banned from participating in the world. Cup or the euro's on sky sports monday night football former player and coach gary neville issued basically a call to arms to all english football fans players and coaches to stop the super league the trade monopoly. A closed shop atonement. Where you're to be in western molester in champions league places forget it. They don't get into the champions league anymore doesn't matter where they finish in the league was the point they take away everything in this country. The pyramid the sincerity of competition the state integrity of competition that we value and the taking it away. Yeah we know that. Monday nights have got more money. We know liverpool of moment. And we know the moment we can live with without. They'll always be top clubs who have more money but they can be beaten by sheffield united. Oh mickens role with fulham and trying to take that away to create franchise football. Never it can never happen.
"neville" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"A huge work in progress in that friend. For many years ago has been developed. The script and now indy crowdfunding stage believe they're going through kickstarter to try and get funding and as you know with any film project The amount of dollars you have has a profound effect on what you can do. Sure until we know what our budget is I'm loosely designee creature ideas for it and He has written a role specifically for me as an actor which is nervy but higher a. Welcome the challenge. That was my career before right. Call it a career And it'll be fun to to where that once again. Oh cool that sounds like fun. Why films are made very differently. I think the crowdfunding thing is a very cool way to get it done. It's amazing it really is a very wonderful because those types of films are fan generated fan based and you know if you're a fan and you got five bucks to get to participate in something that yeah it's five dollars and what does five dollars and the scheme of a film. Well at least five dollars is a bag of fries in craft sources for someone all adds up. It's one of the years one of the many moving parts that makes a difference. Five bucks five bucks now. Yeah and. I think that it's such a cool way for almost anyone who's got five bucks or whatever it is you dollar to be a part of something and get to watch. That's something come together and also for those who are doing it. Having my books do and realize their dreams is like appear lynch. Lastly i would say that the cool thing is because the show does a lot of prosthetics and sage of digital makeup and kinda mixing both or calling one way or the other. I guess you know. How do you stand in that area with With the digital makeup being incorporated or being used on its own. I haven't very strong opinion about it. Is people need to realize those who overly support digital and those who overly disc digital the need to realize that. It's a good thing no matter how you slice it and the complaint that digital ruins everything and bad. Cg it's so obvious when something is cg which if you take that phrase. It's so obvious that it cg okay. It's also obvious when it's practical. Neither of those you want to have happened. It's obvious because it's.
"neville" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Nothing of his personality. So you know. Let's expect when you meet a celebrity He was such an interesting sweet grape. Judge as well because he brings to the table judging it perspective that when the and i have but not to the degree that michael did not is everyday same makeup that he has to perform in and glenn's worn make up. I think the may have Make up. I'm talking about like prosthetic. Yeah i've also been under a lot of rubber as well so it really. I think it's an important thing to have a respect and appreciation for what they go through. Yeah because it's it's it's not as easy as it seems actually to wear rubber and perform and being an all day so it was. It was great sitting next to michael and having a chance to talk to him about his experience as a character. Yeah and the other thing too was just before mr west mart. The very idea that. I'm sitting next to michael jordan. Who he his character his on is the face of klingons war so many millions of people thousands but millions and to come in. Jj and create a clean on that is slightly modified. I did ask him not not good. You like it. But i hope you didn't mind what we did. Because you know becomes personal. I made assumption for him That he is and he goes defines klingon but it was interesting. Response was something to the effect you know. I'm i'm just one of the guys who played going on. And you're not a guy who's klingons. We get a chance to play so he. He was very respectful of that to as opposed to saying something disparaging. He was very supportive. That's cool that's very cool. Yeah there's more fi taught so stay tuned back on sci-fi telecom tony tomato. I have a lot of favorite moments on the show but when you guys did the old west that was so cool that was really a lot of was really no kidding and i have a second favorite and that gave you guys a whole different perspective when you guys were also contestants on the show. That was wild boy. Yeah that's that that was an important episode. Not only entertaining..
"neville" Discussed on OneSix Eight FM - Business Analysis Podcasts
"Just, it took out so much noise so much buzz it took out politics. It took out anything that was happening just cut to making the best decision for the bigger picture. That's wonderful advice. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah, it's definitely something that's stuck with me for many years now. And I think you can't go too far wrong, you know? If you had to kind of explain yourself at the end of the thing, you kind of say, well, time I had two or three choices and this is the one I went with and this is my reasons. And yeah, so if you do make the wrong choice, so be it, I'm suppose I'm lucky in terms of the environment that people are forgiving and they do say you don't want to be making mistakes all the time and you do want to sort of show that you have learned something. But I think if you are solid in your reasoning and your compass is pointing in the right direction, I think you don't generally go too far wrong. Assume positive intent. 100%. I like that idea that simplification is do the right thing and I think, you know, one of our previous guests, we spoke to private Neville on our previous episode, and he got this idea of context, right? And I think you spoke to that in terms of failing this knowledge and this experience because doing the right thing, I think, looks different to different people in different contexts and it's about cutting through the noise as you call it. And really getting down to the simplified version of that. I love that idea. If you had to, if you had to say cherry pick something specific, you know, and let's say the last year over the last 12 months or maybe it's 2020 for you. What has been the biggest lesson or the biggest takeaway for you for you in the past year? I think..
‘Assassin’s Creed’ Live-Action TV Series in the Works at Netflix
"Multiple assassin's creed series are in development at Netflix's from Steve Watts at Gamespot Netflix's announced that is an working with Ubisoft and multiple adaptations of the assassin's creed series, Jason Almond Daniel critic from Ubisoft film and. Television Division will serve as executive producers for the live action adaptation but still in the very early stages and seeking a show runner, that's what it doesn't share much detail yet merely saying that it will happen the against dynamic stories for live action animated anime series given the nature of how assassin's creed. He's always during different historical eras. Neville also shared A. Tiered a teaser feature video featuring the iconic assassin logo in Brighton ethics. Read quote we're excited to partner with use of and bring to life rich multi-layer story telling us that grades below for said, Netflix original series, vp Peter Fried Lender, and announcement from it's breathtaking circle worlds and massive global appeal is one of the best selling video game fences of all time we are committed to carefully crafting epic into entertainment based on this distinct Ip via deeper dive for fans in our members around the world to enjoy.
Texas Governor Proposes Freezing Taxes in Cities That ‘Defund’ Police
"Habit is introducing a measure to discourage defunding police in the state by penalizing cities that do Nevel tells more. The governor's proposal will be taken up by the state legislature next session and calls for the potential property tax freeze. To be permanent. They will never be able to increase property tax revenue again if they defund police. The governor says. Cities that reduce mall enforcement shouldn't be able to turn around and get money from residents who He says. We're endangered with the cuts. The proposal comes after the Austin Police Department cut $150 million from its police budget earlier this month. Clayton Neville
Report: 17 Miami Marlins Team Members Test Positive For COVID-19
"After 17 players and coaches in the organization recently tested positive for covert 19 corresponded. Clayton Neville has the late major league Baseball says All Marlon's games through Sunday have been postponed meeting the team can't play again until at least Monday of next week. The legal so postponing the Phillies and Yankees home and home series at a precaution. Marlins last game was against Philadelphia. League officials say they continue to bolster protocols and make any necessary adjustment Administration says it will reject new
You're Gonna Die by Neville Medhora
"Framework for happiness was short, concise, but impactful book that I wanNA. Share with you WANNA. Share with you a few things. You can grab from this book that can change everything that can really help you see things differently. The return on investment of this book is incredible number one this book a short book. It's forty four pages. Neville's one of my favorite writers. He's a blogger over a copywriting course, Nev- blog DOT COM. We also did a must read on his other book. That's available Amazon called. This book will teach you how to write better. One of my favorite things about Neville's books in writing in general is that it's to the point. It's no fluff. You really get right into quickly and I really love about this book. It's currently five dollars on kindle. If you order on Amazon, you can order paperback version as well but. But the impact is book can have on your life on your business on everything you do is way more valuable than five dollars or the time it takes to read forty four pages I highly recommend you read this book in one go one shot because its impact is really felt when you read the totality of of the message that he's trying to convey to you and I. WanNa Start with my first. Take away from this book. The first take way you have when you read this book is. Life is short statistically. If you look at a lot of data is a lot of research, you shows you charts showing you. Hey, how old are you now? How much time you have left on this earth on average you know obviously you can learn. Die earlier or later. How many people your age are still around all that kind of stuff now I want to address the elephant in the room that this is not macabre. He's not addressing this issue of death to kind of just make everybody down in the dumps. He's actually empowering us. US With this information, he's actually saying. Hey, having this information is going to help. You have a happier life because now you know what you're dealing with. You know how much time you have to use. The currency of life is time and imagine you're going shopping, and you have no idea how much money you have in your pocket it. What's your budget? You'll know if you should spend a little. You might be conservative because you're afraid. You don't know what's going on, so it's good to know the data. Okay, the second takeaway from. From this book is really reflecting on. How are you spending every day? Every day is your life, so I'm recording this towards the end of my day right? This Day is gone forever. I cannot take this day back. I can't revisit. A can't rewind how I spent. It is really that's it. It's in the history books. I can't take those days back and everyday day has a significance. How old you are! What's your health like right now what you're able to do with your life and your brain and with people around you the? The loved ones and friends around you. You really paints a good picture showing you. Hey, live in the moment, understand that this time is precious understand that time is fleeting and made me really reflect. How am I spending every day at work in my business, which is the bulk of my time every day am I happy. Is this something that I can do improve it? There's nothing I can do to make me feel better about. Is there something I can do to have more of an enjoyable day every day with a smile on? If I don't like something I should stop doing it. It's just not worth it if it's GonNa, make me you know one percent more profit. It's just not worth it because at the end of the day. You don't want to be the richest presenting the graveyard. Hey, so that second takeaway was really heavy. It was really having a good way. Really mean we reflecting made me go on a walk and think about Hey, what? What can I do every day to enjoy life more enjoy my work. I'm not saying I'm going to hang them all up and not do anything and not work and just live on a beach. No, I like what I do I like building businesses. I like helping my team and you know built amazing products, but there are things I. do every day that I do enjoy. I need a cut those out periodically regularly. An audit my life so that I really can look back and say I made use of every day with a smile on my face. Really WHAT YOU WANNA! Do the third takeaway from this book is He really reminds you that you're not living alone in this world, right? There're friends and family around. You loved ones and a lot of us including me. I'm the first to be guilty of this. Have put all those people on the back burner for a number of years because I'm so focused on building a great business. Business. I'm not spending as much time with them. As much as I want to. I'm not in touch as much as I, should all that kind of stuff and those people just like you are going to die? They're not gonNA. Be around forever, so are you taking into account? I'm not saying you shouldn't focus on your business to do everything you can I'm just saying that while you're doing. Doing that there's another parade going by which is life, which is everything around business, and if you don't periodically, allow yourself time schedule time to join that parade to join those families and friends on the weekends to do, you know short breaks and gone vacations with people that you love feudal, make time for it is just not going to happen, and you're going to have regrets and I know. Know, for a fact for myself I have regrets already for the last ten years of some of the people I haven't spent time with that I should have spent more time with I. Look back and asked if I did car vow a day here and or a few hours or phone call would make a huge difference in the businesses outcome, probably not socially of a small handful of people. People that I think are important to me. In my life, the fourth takeaway was probably the biggest one of all,
University Of Cincinnati Trustees Vote To Take Name Off Ballpark
"The university of Cincinnati has voted to remove Margit shots name but the baseball stadium the name of the former owner of the red just coming out immediately from the baseball stadium at the university of Cincinnati board of trustees approving the recommendation made by school president Neville Pinto name or symbol presents a significant detrimental effect on the university we must act in concert to protect and promote our mission and core values Joe says it's crystal clear to him the continued use of Marge Schott's names untenable he has a record of racism and bigotry as at stark odds with the school's commitment to equity inclusion I'm Brian combs newsradio seven
Masks Are Now Required in Dallas County Restaurants
"With hospitalizations also up restaurants are working out the logistics of how to do business with Ellis county and other counties in high population areas that now require masks at appropriate social distancing W. B. A. P.'s Clayton Neville Williams night with the Texas restaurant association says new mask requirements need to be clear to customers we are directing all bars and restaurants that this is something that's expected they need to post on the outside so consumers know and we've already been updating the restaurant promises so they actually have been for all the counties that's required it's very clear the consumer before they come in the door local leaders in Texas can't legally mandate residents to wear masks but they can direct businesses to require them for employees and customers restaurants in the Lone Star state are currently allowed to operate at seventy five percent capacity