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Fresh update on "omar" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "omar" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Top stories were following for you here on WTO P, president Joe Biden, says he will move on gun control during the lame duck session of Congress before the Republican Party takes control of the house next year, early voting underway in several Georgia counties ahead of the Senate runoff election. This is between democratic senator Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker. Ukrainians fleeing the port city of kirsan after basic necessities like water, heat and electricity have been cut off due to repeated Russian attacks. President zelensky holding hosting a conference there on food security with western leaders. Stay with us at WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. And the number of police officers retiring is increasing. However, new recruits are in short supply. At the Tulsa police department, Cheyenne Walden was not part of a full graduating class of recruits. It's something I've always wanted to do, so it's not a job. Tulsa police chief, Wendell Franklin, is struggling to fill about 150 spots. There was a lot of scrutiny placed upon law enforcement and I think that that soured a lot of interested people that wanted to go into the profession. While new officer hirings were down in the last three years, a survey by a national organization of police executives shows retirement and resignation rates jumped higher. At CBS News correspondent Omar via franca, it is three 18. Traffic

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Cheryl Chumley: Will Kevin McCarthy Become the House Speaker?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:54 sec | 4 d ago

Cheryl Chumley: Will Kevin McCarthy Become the House Speaker?

"You look at the politics that's being played right now on Capitol Hill. Kevin McCarthy does not have the numbers. We had congressman Ralph Norman on the show yesterday. He says he knows beyond a shadow of a doubt that McCarthy is not going to get to the magic number of two 18. What are you hearing out there? I'm here in mixed mixed signals, but I suspected that that uncertainty about the numbers is why Kevin McCarthy is coming forward. And taking a strong conservative stand about keeping Ilhan Omar off certain committees. And going after some of the other Democrats who have been loudly pro China and anti Israel over the couple last couple of years. So I think that's why he's coming out and making these public stands. But I've heard a mix that he does have the numbers that he doesn't have the numbers. I guess we'll just have to wait to see.

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Fresh update on "omar" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "omar" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Can bring family and friends together. When I think about design build, I almost think of the analogy of designing from the inside out, where I might say, okay, what are the needs? And so we want to open up and expand the kitchen. But then how does the kitchen communicate to all the rooms around it? Sometimes I find we don't even need an addition because there are so many rooms or extra spaces not being used well that we can kind of reimagine the whole first floor and move walls and open up openings and I've moved kitchens from one side of the house to another, which then opens up totally different spaces. Join sun design at their virtual remodeling and design seminar event on November 30th. Check out today's kitchen and bath trends to discover a better quality of life. Register at some design ink dot com. That sun design ink, dot com. Because of the ongoing pandemic, someone at or below the poverty line in our community like Omar is now having to do this. You're actually having a breakdown to dimes

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The Art of Retaliation

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:45 min | 4 d ago

The Art of Retaliation

"I want to talk about an important principle in politics and it is the art of retaliation, the art of retaliation. Now, this principle came to my mind when Kevin McCarthy said recently, I, Kevin McCarthy, I'm going to remove Eric swalwell, Adam Schiff, and Ilhan Omar from their House committees. Now, we should note that this is a kind of an unprecedented, well, actually, no, it is a precedented step. But it is an unusual step because the general modus operandi, the way of doing business in the Congress is this. The majority party controls the committees. They appoint the chairman of the committees and the committees, by the way, are the mechanism through which legislation passes. Committee is a very important a judiciary committee, the ways and means committee and so on. And the majority party has the majority of members on the committee, but the minority party, in this case, the Democrats in the House would have the right to appoint their own members. But the Democrats decided last time around, to violate this kind of code of etiquette, if you will, and throw a prominent Republicans, notably Marjorie Taylor Greene, offer committee. Oh, she's an extremist. So extremist or not, the point is she's not being named by your side. She was being named by the Republican side. And the fact that the Democrats said, well, we have the power to do it, so we're gonna do it. It was very important and it is very important for Republicans to be like, well, you know what? Two can play at this game.

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Fresh "Omar" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:32 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh "Omar" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"And weather on the 8s here's romp stall within the WTO P traffic center. In lorton, southbound route one near gunston cove road and guts and road you're following police direction for the crash, it may be an overturned vehicle in that location. If you're on I 95 southbound, expect to be off and on the brakes anywhere between lorton and garrisonville as they merge from the expressions, the main lanes continuing south toward the rappahannock river, lanes are available there. North guard I 95, of course you're off and on the brakes in separate stretches between garrisonville and the Springfield interchange which are traveling to open, starting to see some delays on the outer loop in Montgomery county as you head toward river road in the American legion bridge, the inner loop slowdowns approaching coalsville road headed toward the ramp to go north on the I 95, northbound two 70 still delays as you head toward 85, but the crash is on the left shoulder drawing attention there, before this is northbound near westphalia road and Omar borough park, that's where we have the report of a crash uncertain of that is still there, traveling on the BW Parkway southbound beyond 32 headed down past one 98. That's where we have the report of a crash and may be on the shoulder, otherwise route 50 going across the bay bridge, westbound, two right lane gets by there, eastbound has two lanes and not running two way operations as of yet, so you guys should be still in good shape, leaving the eastern shore headed toward Annapolis. No problems being reported to us if you're traveling on three O one headed south toward at this point, brandywine, you're looking pretty smooth, finally, where folks headed toward Costco. I'm rob stallworth WTO traffic. Now to storm team four meteorologist clean Anderson for today we'll have plenty of sunshine across the area a great day to do some outdoor activities

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Eric Welcomes 'The Promise Code' Author O.S. Hawkins to the Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | Last week

Eric Welcomes 'The Promise Code' Author O.S. Hawkins to the Show

"OS Hawkins, welcome back. Good to see you. Thank you. Joy to be with you. You know, when your name is what my name is, you have to go by initials. You know, for my Jewish friends, they say, what's OS stand for? And I say Oscar Schindler. To my Arab Friends, they say, I say Omar Sharif. But the truth is their old family names, and so I consequently just go by initials OS. And they're so unpleasant. You won't even share them with my smile. Now you know. What is it? Swafford. Swafford. Swafford. Not spafford, swafford. Squawk. I wish you watched. I've heard I could have a claim to fame. Right. Right. My gosh. Well, listen, there's always so much I want to talk to you about, but I want to be real clear. You have a new book out called the promise code 40 Bible promises. Every believer should claim. Now, if you don't live in Dallas, there are many people listening to this program right now. They don't even get that idea of what do you mean Bible promises I should claim. Where do you get the idea that there are these things in the Bible that I can claim? What is that whole idea of claiming a Bible promise? How is it even biblical to claim a Bible promise? I think it is, but I would love you. You're the theologian. I would love you to just explain that to our audience. Well, Eric, there was a perversion about naming it and claiming it several years ago in the Christian faith. In other words, if I see a big new automobile I just name it and claim it. God, I'm a claim that you give it to me. That is just perverted biblical truth. Is anything could be. What we talk about when we talk about claiming a Bible verse, Adrian Rogers used to say when God names it, you can claim it. For example, the Bible promises whoever believes on the name of the lord Jesus Christ shall be saved.

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Jim Schultz: We Have to Prosecute Violent Crimes Again

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last month

Jim Schultz: We Have to Prosecute Violent Crimes Again

"Interesting as an outsider I have been in Minnesota much But that said Minneapolis St. Paul at least from the outside you know I'm from Philly used to be viewed as pretty safe a couple of cities there that were under control And then all of a sudden it blows up Yeah And how do you address that sort of thing Yeah yeah I mean on the wake of the murder of George Floyd we had incredible recklessness from our states leadership They sat on their hands while Minneapolis and St. Paul burned They just sat idly failed to call the National Guard in a timely manner Said messages that it was acceptable to riot and otherwise And now we're living through the consequences of it And so to address it we've got to do a few things And it starts with actually prosecuting violent crime again And I mean we've had this revolving door where criminals are not held accountable for their actions And we can't have that Criminals have to know if you can answer serious crime You're going to spend serious time in prison And right now they don't feel that way So that we're going to do that from the AG's office We're going to actually get back to having consequences for criminals And number two we've got to get back to supporting law enforcement It's just absolutely outrageous The defund the police movement So absolutely reckless And we've got to ensure we're supporting law enforcement making sure they have the resources they need The answer to extraordinary increases in violent crime should not have been to he's on the police It should have been at to ask how much more resources do they need to ensure that we can keep our communities safe So we've got to we've got to support them and we have to right now by virtue of this recklessness coming from so many different quarters whether it be fellows in or you'll find Omar or other far left extremists we've really undermined the morale of police all around the country And we've emboldened criminals And we have to we have to reverse that reset the tone where we're again going to insist that people who do commit crime You could do have consequences

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There Is One Proxy War That Charlie Can Get Behind

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last month

There Is One Proxy War That Charlie Can Get Behind

"Now there is a proxy war I could get behind. There is one proxy war I think that we conservatives should be enthusiastic about. The proxy war we should get behind is reminding the Democrat base that they used to be anti war. Like hello. You guys used to not like sending arms halfway around the world to try to escalate things towards nuclear war. Now they're all neoliberal warmongers. I was at the campus of University of Texas Austin yesterday, as I've said a couple of times. And the issue of Ukraine came up and it's amazing. Deep down, they all agree with the Tucker Carlson position with our position, which is to ask questions. Why are we giving money Ukraine? What does success look like? Why are we doing this? And I say, why is it that all your elected officials are pushing arms to Ukraine? And one of them says, oh no, no, no, they're not Bernie Sanders standing up against and said, no, he's not. I said his AOC is Rashida Tlaib's Elon Omar. They are all part of the war machine now because we stand with Ukraine. It's the only voices that are dissenting are actually on the right bizarrely enough. This is exactly why Tulsi Gabbard left the Democrat party. The Democrat, this is what there is a massive fault line. There is an internal Democrat revolt waiting to happen. And the proxy war that we should support is not the war in Ukraine, it's not the war in Yemen, the proxy war we should support is the proxy war of Democrats rising up against their elected officials and saying, hey, we sent you to not let's just say embroil us in more conflicts. The Democrat base, the infrastructure that put Barack Hussein Obama into office was an anti war movement.

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The Nice People Aren't Always Nice

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:04 min | 2 months ago

The Nice People Aren't Always Nice

"I have said on many occasions that a lot of nice people do a lot of damage. The human being is divided into two moral realms, macro, and micro. It is possible to be wonderful in the micro and awful in the macro, it is possible to be wonderful in the macro and awful in the micro. We are truly morally speaking, there are two of us. And they are, they are sometimes interrelated, and they are sometimes not interrelated. So therefore, in making this point, how can nice people vote in despicable people if, for example, in America, I always use Minnesota because Minnesota nice is actually a term that is commonly used. People in Minnesota are nice and then they elect people like Elon Omar, who is not only not nice, but is in the Vanguard of ruining this country.

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Minneapolis District 5 Is Home of Defund the Police

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:20 min | 3 months ago

Minneapolis District 5 Is Home of Defund the Police

"Don't know if you're doing this. I hope you are. Although in the case of Elon Omar, she is so self destructive on her own you may not have to do this, but I beg Republican candidates. To remind people that when you vote for candidate X or Y or Z who is a Democrat, you are voting for the left, and the progressives and what they are doing to the country and to children into schools into the economy, it's not just Elon Omar. Is that part of your message? Absolutely. Being immune to her brand of identity politics, helping people understand that it is leftism that has completely hijacked liberals in this district. And so getting people to fully understand her voting record, getting people to fully understand that it is literally leftism that has this district on decline. The decision making that has suffered literally suffering under massive leadership failure because of progressive left policy. She has been as your word remarkably ineffective in being a leader and think about this. CD 5 congressional district 5 Minnesota right out of Minneapolis is absolutely ground zero for the defund the police mantra.

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Can Republican House Candidate Turn Things Around in Minneapolis?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Can Republican House Candidate Turn Things Around in Minneapolis?

"Think that you may turn things around. How are you being received? Very well, in fact. What we have is what we call soft Democrats and independents who are recognizing that their families are not safe, that they have to come up with excuses to even come to Minneapolis. And when they do, they are on edge. They're recognizing, again, that they are being stressed out and strung out over the dollar and that they are recognizing that their future is grim. Minneapolis is not at all what it used to be. And we're recognizing now that it's because of the direct leadership and policies and decisions that have been made by progressive leaders. The Minneapolis city council and Ilhan Omar.

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Caller: History Shows the FBI Has Been Corrupt

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Caller: History Shows the FBI Has Been Corrupt

"I just like to point out all of the things that they've blown for years like the pulse nightclub and Omar mateen and his father was an FBI informant and the Boston bombers. The son of brothers with the FBI's gap tips, but lost and ahead of time. And the Parkland shooting and the fake warrants in the state with Donald Trump, you know, and how the Department of Justice found 209 heirs in the 29 5s of warrants to stand Bernardino couple with the ample iPhone. Wallace, there's some 13 ages down to investigate the news news and Bubba Wallace's garage door and don't even start me on Larry Nassar. You know, at the FBI, it's this corrupt as corrupt gets and the whole thing's got to be taken down and replaced with U.S. Marshals and as soon as the FBI gets involved my Jerry and oak ridge come get me guys. You know what? They screw up everything they touch. And I'm sick and tired of hearing about the FBI.

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GOP gubernatorial candidate to appear before House Jan. 6 committee

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

GOP gubernatorial candidate to appear before House Jan. 6 committee

"Wisconsin and three other states are holding primaries I'm Lisa dwyer on what to watch The Republican matchup in the Wisconsin gubernatorial primary elections features competing candidates endorsed by former president Donald Trump and his estranged vice president Mike Pence Wisconsin Democrats are picking a U.S. Senate candidate to face two term Republican senator Ron Johnson for control of the closely divided U.S. Senate in Minnesota U.S. representative Ilhan Omar is facing a primary challenger who helped defeat a voter referendum to replace the Minneapolis police department with a new Department of Public Safety Meanwhile voters in Vermont are picking a replacement for the U.S. Senate's current longest

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Where Are the Sane Dem Thought Leaders? Bryan Dean Wright Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Where Are the Sane Dem Thought Leaders? Bryan Dean Wright Explains

"Served in the intelligence community. You've trained the IC members of the military. You know the swamp very, very well. I have to ask you the question I ask the Republican politicians who come on this show. Have you met today? Because I can't see it. You can say I'm in my conservative talk show host bubble, but I'm trying to find those Democrat thought leaders, members of Congress, whatever media types you want to classify the matters, who are sane, who you can have a discussion with or who are prepared to say, you know what Ilhan Omar did yesterday or the faking of the handcuffs by AOC or Maxine waters saying literally screw the Supreme Court. We're going to resist. Have you found people who are prepared to voice a little bit of dissent with their own political click? No, and I'll tell you, before I left the Democratic Party, the one of the things that I was writing about, and I was making phone calls and emails saying, look, you all are more conservative or even moderate Democrats, you are going to be run out of office. So if for no other reason for your own political survival, stand up to these people, radical elements of the Democratic Party. And they didn't. So I'll tell you in Oregon, my home state. There was a representative who had been there for many years. I think Schrader Schroeder is his name. Well, he got tossed out by a more radical member of his own party. And so you see that throughout the country, they are being tossed aside by the more radical elements, and they should have years ago taken the advice of most of us who are like, you are losing the party and you're going to lose the country because you deserve it. You're not standing up for sanity for this country and you're letting the more radical elements the violent elements and fundamentally the anti American elements of the left rise up. So they're paying the price. And frankly, they should.

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Benny Johnson and Charlie Discuss 'The New Right'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Benny Johnson and Charlie Discuss 'The New Right'

"I want to ask you about this idea of the new right, something I'm going to talk about in my remarks, you know, we are now a movement that fights that understands what we want. And it's interesting, Benny, you've been in this for ten years. I've been in it for ten years. You know, kind of in the movement. And we've seen these kind of different chapters, if you will. But it seems as if there's a new attitude that is setting in. An attitude where we're not going to settle for anything less than victory. That we know who our enemies are and we're kind of in a non negotiable position. Your thoughts on what is the new right. So you said it excellently a couple of years ago at a private speech that you didn't give in public. You gave to just a couple of a couple of select people at some restaurant in Arizona. And you and I have been working together for a while and I traveled out there and you were just talking to some Friends of turning point USA. And you said, listen, if you see AOC on college campuses, tabling and walking around and being crazy and looking for some reason to be offended and relive 1968. That's going to be in Congress that will come to Congress. You said this before AOC. You said this before there was a squad before Ilhan Omar when it was kind of the fuddy duddy Jerry Nadler Democrat party. And you said, what is happening on campus will hit Congress and those people are not your grandfather's Democrat party. And you were right.

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AOC, Ilhan Omar Get 'Arrested' With Imaginary Handcuffs

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 4 months ago

AOC, Ilhan Omar Get 'Arrested' With Imaginary Handcuffs

"Juicy AOC and Ilhan Omar get arrested in a roe V wade protest yesterday in Washington with fake handcuffs. They're so dopey, they pretended that they were handcuffs, so they put their hands, the cops are walking with them, kind of look at it and I'm like, what do you have your hands back there? We didn't handcuff you. Tucker Carlson had such a funny line last. There's a good chance for you to watch the show on Salem news channel. And you can see the video of AOC being escorted away as they sat down like dopes in the middle of the street to block the traffic. Because that's what a sitting congresswoman should do. Sit in the street to block traffic because you don't like a Supreme Court ruling, like the overturning of roe V wade. And so as she's being walked away, they don't have her in handcuffs. They don't need to put her in handcuffs. They're not going to restrain a congresswoman. Ilhan Omar and AOC are walking along with their hands behind their back as if handcuffed, but their imaginary

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House members arrested while protesting outside the Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

House members arrested while protesting outside the Supreme Court

"Lawmakers arrested by capitol police while protesting outside the Supreme Court At least 16 House Democrats were arrested Tuesday for blocking traffic outside the Supreme Court during an abortion rights demonstration California's Jackie spear says they are just getting started You're going to see this happening over and over again Not just here but around the country Others arrested include representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Minnesota's Ilhan Omar Speer says the Supreme Court decision overturning abortion rights under roe versus wade was an unprecedented loss of rights We're not going to go back This is the greatest takeaway of rights for women in this country in our history The members of Congress were fined and released after their arrests Tim McGuire Washington

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John Zmirak on the Campaign to Terrorize Christians in America

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 5 months ago

John Zmirak on the Campaign to Terrorize Christians in America

"I warned you that John's Merrick would be coming into New York City. John Merrick, the person, not the idea, the person the actual person, and he's sitting with me here in the studio. John, there's an infinity of things we could talk about. You recently saw a film about Charles De Gaulle that I would like to tell people. Okay. Now, any time a film comes out that's worth seeing, that's a rare thing. Yeah. So what is this film about? And most people listening, they're not going to remember de Gaulle. Well, I just want to lead with this. There's a campaign out to terrorize Christians in America into not being patriots and not being politically active. They've invented slurs, you know that people like you and to Souza. They call you election deniers. And there's a point to that. That's a dog whistle, because when you hear the word denier, people will think, Holocaust denier. And so the goal in crafting a dog whistle like that is to make people who question the 2020 election somehow psychologically to associate them with people who deny the Nazi murder of the Jews. Liberals in the media and like Ilhan Omar. And sniveling servile Christian collaborators, Vichy Christians, like David French and many others. Have come up with another dog whistle. Christian nationalist. And they're hoping that you think white nationalist, their hoping that you think somehow on some irrational but powerful level, you feel an aversion to being identified as any kind of nationalist because that's like a white nationalist, which is like the Nazis, which is like, well, it's just curl up in a fetal ball and you rock back and forth until they give you your meds. Right. It's just a slur.

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Caller: Let's Vote For the Worst Mayor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 5 months ago

Caller: Let's Vote For the Worst Mayor

"The left is trying to take control of everything. I mean, I don't know which city is worse Chicago or Oakland. I mean, we can have a vote for who is the worst mayor of Mary Lori Lightfoot's or mayor Lyndon breed. I mean, all these mayors are just ruining this country from gun control to homicide. I mean, I understand that you have all these shooting and what happened. I'm not trying to downplay it or anything like that. And in fact, I should go to prison or death penalty for the rest of his life. But how are we downplaying the 60 plus shootings in Chicago and the 18 people murdered in Chicago? How are we downplaying the more than 15 people murdered over the holiday weekend in Oakland? And all the black on black crime in the shooting that's happening. But hang on, but let me ask you something. Omar, let me ask you a question though. You're right there in the belly of the beast there. You're dealing with it. Let me ask you something. Don't you feel like the recall you got a huge recall effort in these big cities of these Soros funded prosecutors, they're being fired, gascon, all these prosecutors are facing a huge pushback. Don't you feel at least to some extent that the tide is turning? The tide is turning, but at the same time the tide is not turning. When you go outside of when you go outside and walk outside of your house, you see crime everywhere.

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Biden Nominee Elizabeth Frawley Bagley Goes on Anti-Semitic Tirade

Mark Levin

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Biden Nominee Elizabeth Frawley Bagley Goes on Anti-Semitic Tirade

"This is from the free Beacon Adam crater The Biden administration's nominee The service U.S. ambassador to Brazil spoke at length about the influence of Jewish money and politics Claiming the Jewish lobby exerts undue influence over the Democratic Party and its major money Where's the anti defamation league Where is it Where are they Where are all these groups I hear a more client I don't hear it from anybody Yeah Where are all the groups Elizabeth frawley Bagley A longtime diplomat and Democratic Party insider Is scheduled today to have her nomination advanced to the full Senate by the Senate foreign relations committee But her comments about Jewish money who else has talked about that Omar and Talib and they Love AI even though she's an anti semite and a bigot They love her

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 Astros' Neris, Baker suspended after flap with Mariners

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Astros' Neris, Baker suspended after flap with Mariners

"In a game that was marred by the dugouts clearing and four 9th inning ejections the Seattle Mariners beat the Houston Astros 7 to four The bench is cleared after Hector neris hit ty France with two out in the top of the inning leading to the ejections of Mariners manager Scott service and ASTRO's first base coach Omar Lopez Marys and Astros manager dusty baker were tossed later in the inning France said he and home plate umpire Chris Guccione didn't think naris hit him on purpose I asked him I was like you don't think that was intentional do you Because of what the pitch to Tucker earlier in the game He said no I don't think so I was like yeah you know one run game I didn't think so either Then

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"omar" Discussed on The Restaurant Coach Podcast

The Restaurant Coach Podcast

02:41 min | 8 months ago

"omar" Discussed on The Restaurant Coach Podcast

"As a sad existence, but yeah, education is always a solution. I always feel. So I know you know, and actually full disclaimer, Omar is does do some coaching with me. But he has amazing, amazing benefits for his team. And I think it's one of the things that really draw people to come here and work with you and your team. Go over a couple of benefits that are really, really unique to what you guys offer here at saffron digitalis. Yeah, so for us, it was a matter of we eliminated tipped wages altogether. I remember when I worked as a server, there was a time when I couldn't afford anything. Eating ramen noodles. And I was like, if I ever own my own place, I'm never, ever, ever going to do this to someone. So I've never paid $3 an hour or whatever the tip wages now to anyone. So we have a performance based system here. So everyone starts out at the same wage, and then you don't have to ask for your raise. It's not based on the amount of time you spent here. Can you pass this test? Do you have the skill set needed to move forward in the company? Yeah. Okay, here's your raise. And there's no questions asked. There's no, well, you owe me, you owe me an extra dollar an hour because I spent a year here. The time and ten year thing is such an outdated concept for restaurants. And just in general, for the labor market, is the outdated deal. I've been here so many years, or I get the annual cost of living increase, which most companies I hate to say, you know, I'm dealing with this right now. I have some big, huge companies that are like, oh, we're just doing like a 4% merit decrease across the board. And I was like, if you guys understand that inflation is 7.9 right now, you're not even matching inflation, and that's why there's no loyalty. People don't leave companies and go from place to place because it's the only way they're going to be able to make a living. So here's the thing. If you're investing into your people, you have to give them what they need to be sustainable and to be able to live. And so for us, eliminating tipped wages was huge, but that also gave us this added benefit of now that we, you know, we still accept tips like every other restaurant. And those tips get split up amongst everyone. Even the dishwasher gets tips. That's an added benefit, right? We do quarterly bonuses, which we actually just handed out today. We do, man, it's so much stuff. We have health benefits. And I pay a majority of it. So including dental and vision, our team members pay like 50, 75 bucks for their full healthcare. Full healthcare, which is amazing. And you saw the deductibles, I showed them to you yesterday..

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"omar" Discussed on The Restaurant Coach Podcast

The Restaurant Coach Podcast

02:41 min | 8 months ago

"omar" Discussed on The Restaurant Coach Podcast

"As a sad existence, but yeah, education is always a solution. I always feel. So I know you know, and actually full disclaimer, Omar is does do some coaching with me. But he has amazing, amazing benefits for his team. And I think it's one of the things that really draw people to come here and work with you and your team. Go over a couple of benefits that are really, really unique to what you guys offer here at saffron digitalis. Yeah, so for us, it was a matter of we eliminated tipped wages altogether. I remember when I worked as a server, there was a time when I couldn't afford anything. Eating ramen noodles. And I was like, if I ever own my own place, I'm never, ever, ever going to do this to someone. So I've never paid $3 an hour or whatever the tip wages now to anyone. So we have a performance based system here. So everyone starts out at the same wage, and then you don't have to ask for your raise. It's not based on the amount of time you spent here. Can you pass this test? Do you have the skill set needed to move forward in the company? Yeah. Okay, here's your raise. And there's no questions asked. There's no, well, you owe me, you owe me an extra dollar an hour because I spent a year here. The time and ten year thing is such an outdated concept for restaurants. And just in general, for the labor market, is the outdated deal. I've been here so many years, or I get the annual cost of living increase, which most companies I hate to say, you know, I'm dealing with this right now. I have some big, huge companies that are like, oh, we're just doing like a 4% merit decrease across the board. And I was like, if you guys understand that inflation is 7.9 right now, you're not even matching inflation, and that's why there's no loyalty. People don't leave companies and go from place to place because it's the only way they're going to be able to make a living. So here's the thing. If you're investing into your people, you have to give them what they need to be sustainable and to be able to live. And so for us, eliminating tipped wages was huge, but that also gave us this added benefit of now that we, you know, we still accept tips like every other restaurant. And those tips get split up amongst everyone. Even the dishwasher gets tips. That's an added benefit, right? We do quarterly bonuses, which we actually just handed out today. We do, man, it's so much stuff. We have health benefits. And I pay a majority of it. So including dental and vision, our team members pay like 50, 75 bucks for their full healthcare. Full healthcare, which is amazing. And you saw the deductibles, I showed them to you yesterday..

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"omar" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"Omar you went. Came out like about seven years ago so there are other people are covering other black sites covering like media and stuff as well agents all right cool so you come to us for this you can go to them for that like we like. We all had our clans are thing was like yes said. We don't get these jokes often and we mentioned before nicole homer it turned like hey people are seeing us as a community now and then. I think we'll more mature than i in. My first reaction was extra things into responsibility. 'cause like was like oh we can which is fine because we did our own thing like these shows how these these articles commentary and things like that and then it became like an nicole. Were a bunch of without a writing. Background became from poetry while others not got the right now and nicole said. We're a bunch of loners that somehow made it communities and that we have to adhere to that community and build a community discord. And so just got gotta be responsible boots now with which is fine. Which is this being a poet. Make you a nerd to probably i. Would i would say. I mean when we when we launched by problems the first thing we did you know like to kind of building an audience. The first thing we did on facebook and we build a facebook group is we reached out to all our poet. Friends like hey you might be interested in this right like. That's that was our first audience right. Our first semblance of a community. I think a think poets especially especially performance poets. I think so. Many of us were used to pop culture. That is not necessarily mainstream right in our wheelhouse where a lot of ideas and resources come from so being a poet makes a pretty good running for being as well. Yeah you know that. That's a that's amazing more. Ip after this message you could see in tasted speaking from mike. Fox dot com. You would order it right now but for now. I'm seeing in tasting it and it is delicious. And i'm telling you you've got to get white box. Dot com delivers grasp head and grasp finish beef and land pastured pork and chicken and wild caught alaskan salmon direct to your door. Their animals are raised outdoors. Their fish swim wild in the ocean and wang. Meat is free of antibiotics hormones. Sugar and all the other junk fine prepackaged dial. Join them wink movement today. Good box dot com slash politics of food bright now and listeners to this show get free beacon for a year. That's one year of the best bacon you'll ever taste for a limited time spelled m. i. n. k. fox dot com slash politics food. That's point box dot com slash politics food. This episode is brought to you by. Abc get ready for sparks to fly during the epoch station. Nineteen grey's anatomy crossover premier event. All your burning questions will be answered like who will be the new captain of station. Nineteen and now that meredith survived. What's next for her. Brace yourself for one hell of return and a surprise guest on you never saw coming. Don't miss the station. Nineteen anatomy crossover premier event thursday september thirtieth on abc and streaming on hulu. Are you finding that black nerds are benefiting from your space and and not only that Your point omar when they have these experiences seems like whatever whatever space we in iran is black people. There's a level of suspicion Does does this collective space give people an opportunity to maybe even dialogue process that in and deal with it. Better be prepared for it. Oh yeah. I think so. I think Well i can attest to creatively like seeing a speak this way without any coach which and There's a kid that hit me up data to go and he was like. Hey man you gave me some advice a couple of years back and just crazy now that i have your book in college now and i look in my hand. He did Is like public speaking. They'll say like stuff like that and use it for like debate debate or something. I'm not. I'm not sure what it's called. But he asked me for one of mine. And i look back at i. I look back. It was like two thousand seventeen of eighteen now guys in college. Anybody that writes about writing. I i use it to this day by your humor writing and stuff like that. And that's what i do in the book in on the site and so. Yeah so oh you guys you guys. All your will your. Wow and. I'm not doing omar mass one of which is nice and like people that are like really resonated with With what we will be made onto the site and britain so either not mere will someone on the site you can identify with or messed with the same flower. They gave me the confidence. You gave me the confidence to write this to go and try cost land. Bill went up maybe distributed myself and whatnot or maybe right and whatnot. Try to influence your thing or just rights sketch myself. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. No that that. That's amazing you also lift up and again all of our experiences. We tend to deal with and be susceptible to the case of darrien hunt costs player in utah for those no his story. William shipley yeah. It's a tragically simple tale that he was caused planning as a character from anime and that that character in anime has a sword right. He's like he's like a samurai but he also carries a very black aesthetic right ease of black character in the anime and so during the black man that was caused the playing as this character with a plastic sword and basically he was questioned who stopped to be questioned because they thought he had a deadly weapon. And i think during did when a lot of us would do when their life is threatened ramp and they shot him in the back and killed him and i wrote about that specifically that was one of the first essays i wrote for the site way back win because it has mirrored this experience of going to a convention and seeing like these weapons from famous video gangs and anime and stuff and i just had this moment of being lightweight. Someone someone got killed for this Someone that looks like he got killed for this. And so i think there's always trepidation about moving into those spaces and what i hope what. I hope blinder. Proms has provided. Is that. You know omar and i were are full sales right. We were lucky to be able to be our full cells and have whatever success that means just saying very plainly we're not we're not living in accordance under the the the eyes of white folks when we get to be a and hopefully we can help normalize that from were more folks that were look at us skeptically to where that is not a dangerous adventure just to be ourselves you all a coup sound like a lot of fun. You haven't found other thing i was. I'm fifty four. So when i was in high school and stuff the nerds weren't cool kids now. Y'all do i mean i'm listening. I want to come hang out with jaw but back in the day when the nerd was kind of thing. They sat at a separate table. Nomad math books opened their in line. Culture y'all doing. And i know i know quite a few quite a few black nerds and they're cool. I mean that's the thing to be so narratives a new sexy autism great thing Folks check out the website black nerd problems dot com. But let me ask you this before we go so you talk about all different conferences. do black nerds have their own black nerd..

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"omar" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"Don't know that's for me. But i feel like that's that's that's wouldn't do right like we find something we get super interested in it and then we wanted to like. Hey you should check this thing out. Hey you know this this Really sparks on me. I think you'll like this too. I think that's part of the characteristic of being a nerd right now as well more after this message. Remmy martin joins with international music star. Usher in team up for excellence. The film exploring the history of music culture koniak from blues to hip hop swing. Dancing to break dancing usher and reading. Martin travel through the decades in france. And the us honoring cultural figures both rooted in shared philosophy of aiming for the stars. See the film at team up for excellence. Dot com remmy. martin koniak forty percent alcohol by volume. Imported by remmy cointreau. Usa new york new york please drink responsibly can trying to eat more vegetarian. More fish and less and less meat. Unfortunately where i live. It's really hard to find fish. I can't just go to the supermarket and get salmon or any halibut that i want. Luckily while the last company delivers high quality sustainably sourced wild caught seafood. Right to your door. I can choose from. Salmon cod halibut and more or combination of any of them and every month are different special to explore. You can adjust pause or cancel your membership anytime and they offer a hundred percent satisfaction. Guaranteed or your money back and right now you can get fifteen dollars off your first box of premium seafood when you visit wild alaskan company dot com slash. Tcp that's wild alaskan a l. a. as k. a. n. company dot com slash dc. P. for fifty dollars off your first box while the last company dot com slash. Tcp make sure to use our euro and let the know we set you. Oh i could. Because i am into everything political political oh absolutely or nerds for sure sports agan we consume talk down to everything about you'd new york yankees or the georgetown hoyas. So maybe. I'm a georgetown early yankee absolute so i could be a nerd. And if i'm sexy okay. Thanks for coming on show. We get to. But that's all we came here to check money order show brothers all right so i get it so now but now being a black nerd Is that is that a little bit different. It comes with some baggage is not the right word. It comes with attachments right. And i think i think because so much of geek dumb in nerd him occupy spaces right internet spaces where people are talking about these things or conventions like new york comic con where you're in physical spaces and then once you start in just like anywhere else just like literally anywhere else. Once you start putting black people into the mix then there becomes this whole question of do they belong right. Should they be in this space or we have to confront that. Do other people think we belong in the space right and so i think a big part for me the distinction with you know being a nerd being the black nerd is that omar and i it comes through in the book we look at things differently right like we draw different conclusions from. It doesn't matter. If it's no game of thrones which you know a billion people watched black folks might see a lot of other cultural references in that and pull something different from it right compared to your average white viewer. That was tune in every sunday. Something like that. So i think the perspectives that we bring because our lived. Experience may be different. Sometimes you know goes further to other us from folks that are already in that phantom. Yeah yeah but you use the term problems. Although some of the problems you're talking just in terms of being being black inert. i got sola. Say you're have you heard of coddling. Yes okay so you just constantly just paying kamaz like your favorite character right. So let's say. I wanna costly narrow tones. Japanese character automate imago very popular convention That white because we. Oh you're arto cool but does not black all right cool. But they're not white either so we'll be talking about right now. Why is that if you're if you're a black woman that's a nerd and a year Do state oh blacker. There's like me up like that. That's a problem we were here. We might not have liked you your personality that might be the nerd personality so it's things like that. Yeah yeah yeah and and also if we're talking about things like 'cause play in comecon. I mean that's part of the struggle to the lack of black representations getting better but but the lack of it makes it harder on folk like you who wanna cause plate. Who wanna be that role so if you're not used to see and then you show up in that role. What are you doing that. That's part of the issue. Isn't it absolutely and even even going a little bit. Further down that the expectation right like so. I think a lot of people when we first debuted their problems. Many years ago was that okay. So they're nerdy in their black so the only things are going to talk about like black characters right black craters and we do talk about them in you know a lot because the interest there but we also indulge everything nerdy right and so you know whether that's us covering a show like there's a joke can book because i write about madman like watch madman when it was airing and i always made the joke. I was one of seven black people that were watching madman live kind of thing but i talked to someone about madman. Like watch that yeah. It was one of the best prime time. Tv shows in the last twenty years. And so like there's a surprise. Oh i didn't know you'd be into that. Didn't think i'd be into good. tv right. That's the expectation that you that others put upon you that assumption. I think would be a black nurse problem as well. Yeah so in terms of of black. Noor problems i mean is it. The book is one thing but you guys kind of have sort of a collective community. Don't you yeah tell us about that. And how people can get involved in it. And if i'm invited now that i'm a sixteen year the doors open. There's gotta be p pass. Just love it. I love the local by the way the glass the fro love it. Love it love. We started out as website right and we still exist as website but we expanded into streaming we expanded into like meet ups and things will go to different places the community you know we have like discord for does just. Our community is best. Ely message board type of place. Omar and i talk about this all the time we didn't we didn't realize that we'd be building a community. In this way we thought we would just like write some articles funny here and there put it up on the internet. Hopefully people served and then we know we go back right another thing. I think it was an interesting dichotomy for me. In a omar. Speak to as far as like. Oh we have people that are invested in us now right. We have people that feel safe for. Fill that we're doing right by them. So they come to us every week. We'll see what we wrote on xyz and that was a shift. Because i just wasn't. Yeah.

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"omar" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

"On tuesday two days before the cobbler tax spoke with minnesota representative johan omar omar is the whip for the congressional progressive caucus which has been locked in a showdown with a group of dark money back. Democrats led by representative. Josh got heim new jersey shortly before we spoke got heimer is crew had struck a deal with nancy pelosi. Promising them. A vote on the bipartisan infrastructure. Package and attempt to clean it off from a second complimentary bill which includes three point five trillion dollars in new investments in both climate and social policy. It's a transformational piece of legislation. That god heimer group is trying to block or gut. If it passes twenty twenty one will be the most significant year of legislative activity at least since nineteen sixty five. And what's amazing is that it's getting barely any attention. Congresswoman omar welcome to deconstructed dates back with un. So just to just a start on the drama on on capitol hill this this week the latest deal that leadership is cut with this. This crew of rebels got heimer. Screw of rebels is that there will be vote on september. Twenty seventh on the bipartisan infrastructure. Package you know part of got hammers effort to kind of strip progressives of leverage one. Do you think that you guys will be able to get the reconciliation package done by then to if not are progressive still willing to vote as a bloc to keep the two track strategy going in other words to vote down that bipartisan package. Until both already. I mean this. This deal release a sense of congress. It's not really binding and you know that fine line is still going to be fluid. I think it's going to be really important for us to move forward to do the work on the reconciliation package and depending on when that gets done. I believe we will ultimately have the opportunity to move the two together not lose that leverage and so is there a change in the progressive caucus willingness to to vote down the strategy for the progressive caucus has been to organize for these packages to move simultaneously to get there and that strategy still remains in place. Gotcha so how do you think that. The events of the last couple of days affect the overall trajectory of the package. I have never seen in all my time covering congress so much anger at a group of democrats from other democrats. And how how do you think that influences the the process at all i mean..

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"omar" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Looting. But you know copying everybody else's heart you have to find your own way and the old fashioned way which is franchising at the moment. Viewed franchise owned thing. This control guys. Be like yeah. I dated once over here even finished my used to be really good for them. I up to the owner. I saw implies ilet. Oh this is the number for complete talking to the owner number. You the one who has to fix in your advice if you don't wanna fix it up to you but the owner yet. But i know he had no control anymore. It's just making the money. Go so your folks on quality patients getting getting going and your you gotta of have to chart your own path and and in the midst of you know taking next up you're always kind of into this unknown territory off do you. Do you see of mark continuously being like somewhere. You don't have comfort or you feel like you're you're gonna get to a spot where you're gonna settle. This is enough. this is so megan. S via equal. What is the story yet so facebook every year or six months something they just give you like memory from back day is just like a video my wife hosted by taking me on it and she was detained me. I believe when the six or seven so recording. You saying this is your less thomas. Remember this more. So i dunno. I also love. This is yeah but you know now i gotta get contacted some post downtown into new building. They may can. I'll be there at house. I want to say no. I'm tired by the hour. I see you're going to keep your paraphrasing. He told me he wants to listen. Trucks started like doing construction. Something like no. No you're going to start doing that. You get tired of you gotta go because you can't stuff i can sit home. I want just extent but which way now just like try. And just to beth so you got through all this stuff. You know people. I'm sure coming. Ask you for advice. They're starting their first food truck or maybe they're starting a restaurant what do you what do you tell somebody that says you know. I like to get in the game elected. Beat my boss Down to i told them listen. I used to give free advice. Nobody knew free. No i us. Yeah so i give them advice for money which though it was for money we will life on paying for this. So he'll be fully me actually. Maybe now i'm fully cellular before i was like we're the honest anyway and a lot of people. Eight thousand dollars fifty thousand dollar that much money. They have to open future okay. What's your background taxi driver. But i could good food at home. No no no is not about gooky. Trust me my mom cooks better than anybody else. But she's not. She can a whole restaurant you have. I thought a lot of guys just still. If you want to come worked for me for six months. I'll pay you for free this learning. If you want to go somewhere else it still might want to work for free just to know. How's your like it. What you wanna do. Maybe show what we want to go. No no no is not just thinking you have to have your own concept. I tell them you have a concept. You have to have the time and you have family. There's a family not on the same route going to be out. Yeah honestly my wife. She's patient. I'm going put the tire about forty. This is my plan. There's multiple four more years of the tire. So you're gonna. I'm not gonna stop working. But i'm going to stop being the same kind of working by now is gonna be different different. You know while. I look forward to to to eating eating your food as as you continue. Grow and are gonna try. You know things that are outside of abu. Omar more in different concepts are just sting mouth crazy about the spice itchy. Continue like my apartment. He open to trickle down the street with millet known. Experimenting may i'm having received with. I know making good money. But i want to be in the snow new energy. No i don't have that anymore. It's getting folks sitting here going to do. Yeah so how does. How does somebody listening to this. Wants to talk to you about moving to houston and start a restaurant or moving houston entrepreneur. Maybe just is in the middle of that trough and really of reach out to you. Are you open to somebody asking you questions. Or how do they. How did they get in touch with months ago. Baseball line number number here awesome. Well really appreciate sitting down with you and look forward to look forward to carry on and bark vote..

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"omar" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"The stuff. Yeah so that helped me a lot just to grow. You know the it's been like on the trucks. 'cause i love. I love the way drums and making good money nyc wallet. I just have over here. No we will love. Which is now i open. The first shuttle was when it opened in dallas. Houston in one. I was just going to the city. They you have no relation. no nothing alive. How are we gonna do this. Know one of my guys he just. He saw americanized them. Find a way but it was something that was a hidden so this doug giving me hard time the city every day every day. They changed the laws overnight. Come on overnight lately. Come monday off. Operation changed from ten to six. I like the post that would not syria one. You give me a new law you tell me the at least thirty days just to gels. No you have to do it right now. So i feel now pushing me to get out of this visit so i had to find a store like this. I was thinking about okay making this much money on this store. The rent here is defending. Houston have time too much. My friend who found like one store on facebook this morning to dallas amid a guy and we saw where it was chinese place. I took everything out. A lot of debate. Cleaning was that yes and comeback with all this stuff and we opened. The cells wasn't the same. Yeah because you know you're building. Nobody knows i don't know. The sale of the truck was really crazy but we went to the store. It's the stuff seeing the truck on the highway. So it's like here. You know our our good. I'm happy then. I got another one. Arlington now downtown. Houston airland the center. So how many do you have now. Who address stored altogether twenty five. Twenty five dollars. Screw six is going to be two weeks. Awesome an and you expect that to kind of keep keep growing at that pace to you. Do you try to sit start. Maybe only because now i feel things said too fast is not to get. I think things going out of my hands with control the crazy prices going up everything up. I can do the math anymore. You know what. I mean now. Most coming up tell serve coming next turk. So how are you going to do that. Are you training people here. And then sending out are you. Are you going to do different states. So guy he assumed open dallas but he quit then he thought he would come back on multiple he used to live there on. I don't mind lift as leaders can deliver to the guy and plus he. He's very oklahoma city. Which is one on our early on. Open there when the california guy is the one who's just like giving me a hard time the relationship with his. So crazy yeah. I don't know they think there was there so it is like crazy. It's all city all they want to put a new relation to the old buildings never got work. Yeah they ask him before things. Seventies ella wasn't even born so let let's okay so we got the story. You're you move here. You really liked cooking to work for. A couple of chefs learned the business. You start your own food truck. Six months tries meals to break doubt. Start again start to grow gets down to your last dollar borrow some money make it that first month and then off to the races what what. What's what's unique about the journey of an entrepreneur. Like what all of this story. What do you think is the key to being able to grow being able to come to do the so. This guy fought Down he wanted out of the whole thing he just don't make this country needs patient. You have to be patient. So patience is the key to any where you have to be patient. Wait and working working. Don't wait on just like hey it's going to happen. No you gotta think to exotic fish is the key and you have to be persistent. This is what i want. This is how i'm going to do it and this is what i need. This is what i like. Simpson neo my. Mike is not going to happen. So patients is the key. Is you start growing as you're as you're growing. I'm sure you have people trying to trying to give you advice. Her as your scaling you feel like is there. You're looking up to is like okay. I really liked the way they. They run their business. I really like the way that they operate. The restaurants is there is there. Is there a group that you are mimicking as you take these next steps or something you admire. Maybe nobody will digital energy yet. No matter how successful no matter how. Good a free for you. Nobody would help. Nobody will give you advice. They might give you this. This is what the report would not be the advice to right right so i had to do myself everything myself but you know i let them read. I love to read stories about people. Domino's one hundred bucks. Just go back fix ups all decision-making they got the bottom. Yeah it has because we get to the bottom. Listen to death until yeah. I'll do whatever to make it happen because we stopped making money at the beena. I'm happy on the bottom. You can go to the scott. Yeah so so more reading more reading than listen member we will do story not trying to advice what you're saying story and you're like okay. I see this. I told my old boss studies new this new this into that. Maybe he was teaching me that he was saying that you know owned business but i was learning. I see how do things he's always seven seven the mornings up working you go at one thousand nine. He's they're working. You know his overseeing his own business oh okay. He's smart doing his weight doing my way. You know what i mean. It's just the twist like the idea of chick-fil-a this well starting to but chick selena. They the bigger much on so they know how to let the men into a lot of phases. They get to this point almost the beginning. Yeah and now. I'm trying to formulate a new ideas.

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"omar" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Your house. What happens along. So i'm gonna do but i don't have the idea of what i'm gonna do it now is this is. This is the thing you just jumped in jerry. Where the bullet it. A lot of things is this the way it should be insight interesting. Let's chill so i got a friend. He comes over from overseas. visit About it so. I started with the whole when a big name. Yeah i thought myself. I'm fine dining store. I stopped working. I had a grill. Everything in the middle. I can do but once at the time right geno like you have to wait and the small will be on the sun come. As as a task food thing it so many streaky no-show mostly food kebabs nova mon. No no no no anti debt. My only to bob. My sandwich was small and cheap. They will let me get more expensive and big below it so you know. I started learning and other point alive. Are you interviewing. Are you just trying something new on the menu and seeing how many times it's urgent or doing comparisons the elec so nobody asks for this for this week. Well trifle out. Shrimp out out. Does that hurt as a as a chef like you want them to try the things that are good or you just happy that they bouncing like no no because you think about it this way. I not go to stick. Stick trick works. I don't know how they operate. Honestly i will not go to illustrate because the state is not. It's bother experience. Exactly the whole thing is but i wanna go just hanging me like Medium rare steak interesting terms to give me very much. But i understood would like the easy fast food. Yeah so. The minister. Shrinking shrinking shrinking. Today i got to the point which is like this is what i. What is this like six months three months. How long did this take. Roughly took four months a justice. Yeah yeah between the sydell regulations and the employees. And i quit my job then so i had much fulltime job then i go them all night in the morning has to bring it back. You know just like a whole allied war guy. I love it. I get to appoint they have no money zero my now so i've worked thousand dollars from which is talking about war at one thousand dollars for that for the month september. Yeah his lieutenant. Arthur miller after the more thousand for the so. Pay the rent. And i said you need those first hundred customers. Those i make you survive. And the dukov so i love that because you know you're you're coming down coming down that burn chart and you're seeing that near zero and you know if if you're like a thousand. How many months are you prepared to ask for a thousand dollars. Was it like one time only. It just was worried about a month. Yeah i'll i'll be done because you know starting to see you have a good food. Good as file that everything. i believe. Yeah thought knew. The people had stuff this afterwards. Then what's going on. I'm just making for the bucks. Fifty bucks so i have a real good friend. Actually one of them is really brother. The other one is my location. He was working. The shift was just working for me than before. He wanted to go to austin to manage that. Domes- is for a month. I'll be there for you. Just do whatever you want. The was the month and he's going live there. Hey listen we made like forty busted makes the bus today then him home seven hundred dollars seven hundred missile hundred chicken locals chicken chicken so drove from austin and night to home depot will evil seven in the morning. I got the chicken marinade everything analyst. And i get floyd eleven to austin doesn't hold night so i'm still working good so i had to find a formula for myself just to go back before the whole thing you know. Oh my god it was you. How'd you survive going back and forth like that on hours but again it's amazing a hit driving. Yeah but now driving by you had to do what you gotta do. Yeah i used to finish like nine o'clock. I gotta be done by not leaving. Good here eleventh. Lots of sleep. wake up six flood. Make them relation everything seventy clogged other chicken chicken together but the cloud has to be out. Yeah go back to work the words. Let's talk seven hundred eight hundred nine hundred. Oj the guys. I'm making my money. i paid back. You know what makes the my work is mind. You know what man who is not for the business anymore. I had a friend to. He has a food truck right now which is his raising the time nila all look just wait. Just wait. just we memo's winning. You know this is not happening. It'll tell him about. I would so long happen. So you go through the valley of despair houbara thousand dollars and then if things start to kick in and start start working so you all this investment and you go from one food truck to do trucks or does that early growth bike in. When did you know you had to a second food truck like was that always the plan just grow grow or so back home. You know my that is a has a store Everything i think he can have. He will sell cheese Okay and minner. He's one day aubrey. You okay so we have a tire show we saw tires in we try and sell audible right honey cheese anything by that. He did everything himself. Lie if my dad is their customer will come. The that is not their com. I hit the idea. Like i don't wanna be the same and i knew if i worked twenty four seven on the truck but we're good. That's why i work at the track. I will rim the Because i don't want to be my dad. You know today. He said go with his coffee pot. It will come say hi and drink. You know what i miss. I didn't wanna do that. I wanted to just be like this. Is this eat. Go to the elbow. So i stepped away. Ula come and i'm on my way. Just become your sandwich going into the food. So i started that one i stephen i was sitting outside the trump. I seem really busy alexa learning. Thank bother them. Because when the wada's there the whole some dislike away watching them when it still working and be will start asking honestly. I started the first. This is that the one. I make like the sandwich. Got the fried. This will be back home. Yes and it's delicious. Nobody does it here. And why and. When i started my show my was a closest one to the real show. Where i'm going to going to say mine is one hundred percent you can find this new not find the same to find anything but mine. Widely that say percent.

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"omar" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Welcome this is risk profile. My name is mark. And my co host harrison i are highlighting the entrepreneurial journey through conversations with people who have lived the tagline. The someone join us and one day we will tell your story risk profile. We're sitting here with the owner of abba omar hull and really excited to sit down here. How his story has evolved as as an immigrant into the united states from jordan Starting business and starting another business the same concept before growing the old fashioned way and exploding all over the city. Mom thank you so much for joining us. Thank you so we're here to talk about. What is the city of houston really like. And you know as a as a as a person that's For a really long time. It's it's hard to articulate why you would come to houston you you moved here in two thousand and eight. Why did you pick that. You could been cincinnati. Got anywhere honestly Houston is diversity. That's what he's different than out of city. Yeah it's just like you see from all over the work everywhere. I can pick one nationality. You're gonna find it here. That can days. When i wasn't jordan. I tried to come here to finish my masters and they told me indoor issues in of the good schools economics and they offer like five years doctorate yet. My program yes. So that's why i applied. It came here the real reasons skin and after getting here. How'd you make the shift from going to school to get a phd to starting a restaurant. What was what was that. Like all of the on the me too. I love to cook myself. Am i used to help my mom. You know back. Yeah so. I had to work some hard time. Just for fun at the beginning was wasn't for money i just like hey is still work here and somebody will take crazy. Luckily for freeze with the money. A lot i just wanna see. I started working. It's just come let this. It's work somewhere else i will. Do you wanna do this. What i see myself happy to say this way. So i worked for fettis street. Addison's open and he was my first boss. I love what i was doing. The now moved from there after light two years to the masses which is honestly Ted is teach you how to become business owner. Yes if you want to be. You know what i mean. Life teach only this act. The boss fatty teacher him. Come like a abbas few self if you wanna listen to him you know what i mean. The following his tips like see what he's doing in the way he's thinking then moved to damascus. Our so hard matches to make it better than we used to be. Located was better than the point. Then do thousand tim. I decided just to open foot-drag ma'am modifying behaviors over for why not yet. I opened my. I look at mexican mediterranean fusion more than disarm the training. So i was only and i had full record of houston who had no idea was mexican. Food is you know. I know it's meat and chicken. Have their names. Is the meat in the century. I could've last. Because you know. I was new to the business. I know how to cook. Yes but to manage business. Yeah in houston bagging days. It was like rough. It wasn't like okay with food trucks. I should go to austin. See them operating everywhere every corner. Bill would rather go trick instead of a restaurant right. The houston now was really hard especially for the people eat hal. My community is hard for them to go and stub and yeah and the idea of building. Customer base was something new to me. Oh i thought. I was going to open new. Come a no. No you have like at least six months nine months a year struggling to make customer happy because you have the first customer. Here's another one to bring another to the rim. Four four got britain and so on having first hundred customer yet. This how you're gonna survive before that is just like it'll turn. It comes to try the food three weeks four weeks after that i get you know. He's ruined was paper. Coming asking i tell you. I'm on what how who used to be tackles. Yeah that's how. I started but exciting. And i just have their warmer tacos. The bottom warmer itself just a walmart. This nickname the bottom of just put. Hello just to say this is how yes and almost borrowed saving meal mama or whatever then i shut down i almo guys me on their phones as jala or demus. Yes hamlet veggies. How goes and for the remember then. I quit kitchen. I get tired. Will the kitchen kitchen these the artist's job in the way that's how so i quit. No reason i just move boss entire always something else. Having to me during the day instead of going to the kitchen a i start working as a lot of things outta cell phone show had a dealer cars. I have insurance place. Yeah but i see most of their life on no. That's not what i'm do. Yeah then. I had truck numb mia. My friend has a stroke long list hammer. They used to come okay. Let's go there after work. You know i see. Porsche is arcane in mice cars. Parking lot win. Hey what happened to this day. Honest friendly. I asked him buck. Listen can i open to you. Like and ju- strip just sell juices. You know kinda smoothly do yet. And he'll i know no. I wanna delete much of this. I'm serious. I just wanna do smoothies after work or just to come to my house to make. This food is a no no. No if you wanna teach you how to do it. They'll let us. I'll teach you. I was here before you go. This is the news was always you before. Honestly government mad. I was looking for. I was auctioned off some stuff allen to see like one trailer Bidding on and i get tired of bidding. It was thousand. We ended up on ninety eight. Yeah unless so one of my friend who was standing managed just over one hundred bucks. I'll give it to me. So i stood for ninety hundred. Hold his home. So what year is this. Is this tweets. He had You how long was romar tacos running for a year to now six months six months burnt out. Shutdown went to things and then twenty fifteen. You see that the food truck businesses coming back and so now you're now you're negative truck in.

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"omar" Discussed on Storybound

Storybound

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on Storybound

"Hey listeners this jude. I discovered an amazing podcast. That will help you become a better writer writing class. Radio airs true personal stories that are funny heartbreaking and captivating some stories are written by seasoned writers while others are by people like us. Writing class. radio believes everyone has a story and they want you to write yours and the hosts are hilarious. You know you're listening to a podcast when you feel like you're hanging with old friends that's writing class radio if you have a story check writing class radio dot com first submission guidelines and all things writing. You are listening to story bound with omar lack and now he returned from our break as omar reads from his newest novel. What strange paradise.

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"omar" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Well we disproved okay because you saw it on the internet so it must be true. No look there's the funny part of this with does the vaccine make you Magneto no okay doesn't make you any of the x men doesn't make your your you don't go to the marvel comics universe None of those things happen. The five g is not a plan by bill gates to kidnap children and put them into the five g magnet. And whatever the craziness you believe okay. So that's obvious right but the two things that flow from it are devastating. One is it's not obvious to a lot of people and they live with us right so a lot of folks look at that and think. Yeah that makes total sense. yeah yeah. I bet you an think about it. You know that everyone who believes that tried it. They tried to put a fork on their head. They tried the key thing. I just tried and it didn't work but they still believed it. It's it's i. I don't i what we do. What do we do. She did the demonstration in real time and still ask. Because i want to explain this to me all explained that the key did not stick to the side of your neck. You should know that but okay so. Your theory is null and void it. It's nonsense no. But jake like what are we going to do. And that's the other thing so to miss ten penny. She says it's all over the internet. No it's all over your facebook because you clicked on one conspiracy theory story and facebook with its algorithm. Serves you up more. And more and.

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"omar" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on The Young Turks

"In the church. So many great comments i will jot simon. Thank you brother. Just join by hidden enjoying button below. I'm going to get back to that later in the show because we have been announcement about a little crabby. Dragons said our member section. I can always count on. Typ for clarity. And digging deeper on every issue. I love all of you. Well we love you. To fact says easy way to push biden on climate change point out that we have been less than five years before devastating irreversible change was office for four of those years and did next to nothing. The american people will never forgive him. It doesn't matter. I love your brother but he nothing's going to break through to he he doesn't hear it all. Here's his corporations whispering in his ear. Sweet nothings going. Yeah oh have the lowest grade. A quarter of a loaf of negative loaf is great. It's great it's great joe. You're such a hero. And then i can't help it like it. The people that frustrated me the most in that fifteen minimum wage fight and very very very slowly turning are not just democrats in congress. it's the progressive groups. All of them seeking access. Desperately do boy. Oh no no no. He was never gonna a sucks and it's not half a loaf so anyway you're not going to get through to buy presidencies already over and make you see the silver-haired bragging rights in i do hope omar does not apologize this time. She's correct to call out our our and israel by an interference in other countries politics. No they learned that lesson a long time ago now. She's not at all apologizing her and the rest of the justice immigrants are fighting back super hard. Oh by the way corey. Bush was a great voice on that to tommy. Too strong says the. Us in israel's hands aren't clean. Even when it comes to hamas the taliban themselves israel helped grade hamas to oppose the plo and the us help create the taliban mujahedeen to oppo opposes soviet union. Those are absolute facts. Of course no one in mainstream media knows that or they like actively covered up. Oh from one of my journalists All right now. Let's go to speaking of foreign policy. Let me go to youtube super chat. Sean up lee writes in and the team nailed the coverage on the peru election. I've friends who voted there and feel is the as biden. Not what they wanted but better than the alternative. Typ rules thank you. I really appreciate it. Because those stories i go through a lot to make sure that i get the facts. Right and You know just to be open and honest with you guys It's frustrating to go through all of that hard work to get the facts right and then deal with former employees from this company Trashing us based on nothing and then people just believe what they have to say. So i appreciate that kind message. And that's what keeps me going a hundred percent and it's so easy to lie about us anyway. That's a whole long story. They're the worst all day news. Try to profit of their goddamn lies anyways. I we gotta take a break so many so wonderful. We'll be right back and read a couple more comments back on turks. I just want to give a shout out to a couple of youtube. Superjet folks who are so nice with both their countries comments. Sean will be wrote in. Typ deserves a support. The army earned it. we make. Ty t. keep it up team. We appreciate and love your hard work. Steel dragging thank you guys and you do you absolutely make up. Ty t. there's a lotta lies about oh yeah. They've where we get our money from. It's insanity it's from you guys. So everybody who has joined button goes typ dot com slash changes cetera. You are the ones who support us and make this show possible. We're nothing without you guys at british thirty two thirty two rooted hijacking anna great combos normal tonight you think omar justice and progressive dem's will use their voices power now that more than double standards have been exposed again on a basic common she made. Typ twenty twenty one. Thank you just wanna clarify real quick guys we do nuance on. Ty t. we do it. We're proud of it and it's a smart right thing to do. So if the just emigrants are people are trying to force to four nonsensical. But that doesn't make any sense where you say no. If people are forcing them into vote that is desperately needed like a fifteen dollars minimum wage. We're going to say yes. So now when they call the corporate democrats we say yes. That's awesome and but if at the end they cave and they give them their votes on a terrible bill will say no and we'll say that was wrong because facts matter they just do and if you listen to people who say facts don't matter only emotions matter and i'm going to rage and call everyone else corrupted cetera without any facts back it up. Well that's your choice. But i love our audience because you guys are smart and strategic just like that. Yeah well we have some news about a single payer healthcare system in new york. Unfortunately there's a huge obstacle so the majority of lawmakers in new york's legislature actually support a bill that would change its healthcare system to a single payer. Healthcare system is very similar to what the Bill in california and twenty seventeen was attempting to do since we can't get single payer on a national level california in two thousand seventeen thought. Why don't we do it. Statewide that effort failed. And now unfortunately it looks like this effort in new york state is set to fail as well not because the lawmakers are against it but because there are two different groups of people actively fighting against it and preventing democratic leadership in the state from even allowing a vote on it so the bill known as the new york health act has passed the state assembly five times before this year. The legislative session is coming to a close with the new york. Health act stuck in committee not even having received a vote in the assembly. So why is that. What's going on well. As the daily poster reports advocates. Say that under pressure from both insurance corporations and yes labor unions new york legislative leaders are not planning to hold an up or down. Vote on the measure before the legislative session ends on thursday so again. It's a popular bill. Among voters in new york the state legislature overwhelmingly supports it. It would easily pass but it's being held up in committee by democratic leadership in that state as a result of private healthcare interests and labor unions which jank take it away. Yeah so look again. This requires new us. Unions are wonderful on so many different things and when they take it on big corporations they organize you get collective bargaining which you desperately need okay on the other hand recently in america for whatever reason and i'll explain one of the reasons for you in this context Unions have supported.

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"omar" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Ilhan what did you mean by this. My dear colleague when i come you for votes on corporate issues that backers want. I always go all my colleague. My colleague my colleague in l. hano marnie eos eos c and all the other justice democrats. You don't wanna upset your we're friends and allies etc but you even if you didn't see the video and you missed the entire context you've got. You had a whole meeting. Some people in the meeting said that they knew the context and they defended her. So you know and you chose the smear her anyway so don't come around here with colleagues and so the the guys who smeared are of course more conservative democrats course by the way god knows what they're covering up and why they wanted to distract with this issue and it is a giant distraction and by the way hurts her own party. So now it gives the rug as an opening to say marjorie taylor. Green l. hanover. I can't tell the difference. Now we can show you the facts the context we can show you everything now. She's talking about specific case in the national marjorie ingredients talking about jewish space lasers but these democrats. But what happened to you by the way. He's a conservative democrats. Who were supposed to be a unity. Unity unity only. If they want their priorities sure almost always core priorities right. But when it comes to any other issue like kevin mccarthy mitch. Mcconnell donald trump. How can we help you told. How can we help you destroy your own party because we don't give a damn about you in any all we care about. Is that people who pay our checks. The campaign contributions. That's why uncorrupted politicians like ilhan omar all justin migrants and jamie raskin are so so so important and to the point shoes making about covering up war crimes they say oh how. Could you say about our beloved america and israel We have court systems. That adjudicate this unlike hamas and we were elected in a democracy. Well it's uncomfortable. But hamas was elected and then as soon as they were elected. That doesn't count. That one doesn't count. We don't we don't like it. If you pick the guy we didn't want right But more importantly what court system what fairness so remember patchy helicopter video that chelsea manning exposed. Well she was put in jail for it but no one who actually murdered those journalists in iraq. Those are americans. None of them went to jail. Cure a exposed that we were tortured people in the cia. He went to jail for exposing it now. The tortures went to jail. None none let alone the bank bailouts. If we're talking about other domestic issues were none of the bankers who crashed. Our economy went to jim. Because our justice system is a joke it protects the rich it protects the powerful and most of all it protects corporations that run this whole country right and their executives and the people that they donate to so. And you look here. And i'll give you an example about israel now in israel they say well if you have deans from hundreds of years ago saying something as your property or your house. You're allowed to go brutalize palestinians that are there and oh there's a we are using the courses that we use the court system and then we palestinians say okay. Well here's my to my house. Pre nine hundred and forty eight. I was in that house in nineteen forty eight and and there's no question it's my house. Here's the there's really court system says no. You're a palestinian. You don't count. You're not allowed to use your deeds. You're not allowed to have property disputes. You don't count so let's be real and honest now last things. I'll go further than ilhan omar. So i don't think it's just the international court cases. Yes brad sherman the rest. They have some point. There is a false equivalency. Israel kills way more innocent palestinians that hamas kills innocent israelis. Don't want either side killing anyone in any civilian at all. It's the easiest thing in the world. Of course we condemn people when they hit innocent civilians. And they say okay. So good you condemn us. Well do you condemn israel when they killed ten times twenty times as many innocent civilians including children no no their beloved okay well your biases screaming through. And so the people have a problem are not ilhan omar who are calling out. The fact is the people who are intensely hypocritical very conservative while being in the democratic party and is destroying the credibility of the democratic party and their foreign policy objectives are hideous and they are taxed at fellow. Democrats are unconscionable all right. Let's get to our next story Because it looks like the progressives in congress are finally waking up and planning on fighting back against some of these concessions the administration is willing to give to the gop so progressive members of the house of representatives are now considering potentially holding their vote on biden's infrastructure. Bill should he decide to give up key provisions pertaining to climate change now this all started after the national climate adviser gina mccarthy suggested that climate policies proposed in biden's original american jobs plan. That's the infrastructure. Bill such as clean electricity standard could be left on the cutting room floor as the president seeks a compromise. Deal with a bipartisan. Group of senators now biden has moved on from working with a group of gop senators because maybe he finally realized that they were negotiating in bad faith now. He's working with a bipartisan group of senators who were also negotiating in bad faith. Because they don't wanna raise any taxes on the rich in order to Raise revenue to pay for the infrastructure. Bill but nonetheless in response to that you finally have some democratic lawmakers who were saying no not going to vote for this it includes these key provisions on climate change Martin henrik is one example who said an infrastructure package that goes light on climate and energy and clean energy should not count on every democratic vote..

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"omar" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Democrats are going after one of their own representative ilhan omar after she asked a perfectly legitimate question to anthony blinken. Who is the secretary of state. Now the question how to do with the investigations pertaining to war crimes that have been committed by various organizations or various governments and so the critical statement There was a critical statement following the hold on. Let's take that down. There was a critical statement by her colleagues following the exchange that you're about to watch right now with representative omar anthony blinken take a look. I know you oppose the investigation in both palestinian and enact ghanistan. I haven't seen any evidence. In either cases that mystic boards can both can and will prosecute alleged warcrimes and times against humanity and i would emphasize that in israel and palestine. This includes crimes committed by both israel security forces them hamas in afghanistan and includes crimes committed by the afghan national government and the taliban so in both of these cases if domestic points can't or won't pursue justice and me opposed the sec. Where do we think the victims of this oppose it. Crimes can goal for justice so that was an important question to ask because the international criminal court which wants to probe the israeli government for possible war crimes against the palestinian people in gaza that the united states government the biden administration specifically does not support. So she's trying to ask well if you don't agree with the international criminal court investigating this and we can't rely on domestic governments to investigate their own warcrimes. Then how do you propose we do. These

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"omar" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"omar" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Church and conspiring with you. Guys big show. Had you know lots of outrage is always democrats republicans now we have Pre crime You know the movies mates real now. So you and it's By the way targeted at your kids so in different counties if your kids have got bad grades or things along those lines They will be targeted by law enforcement and their lives will be ruined. So fun okay. There is a tiny bit of fun on the show. Though in one of the commercial breaks not show but no commercial is. i'm kidding. We have a fun story and none stealing also some money and gambling. That's that's already deal funnier. But during one of the commercial breaks. I will be featured in one of the hands. So it'll be fun. Check that out and we might ask you to vote on it now. we might. We will all right but anyways lots of stories to all right. Democrats are going after one of their own representative ilhan omar after she asked a perfectly legitimate question to anthony blinken. Who is the secretary of state. Now the question how to do with the investigations pertaining to war crimes that have been committed by various organizations or various governments and so the critical statement There was a critical statement following the hold on. Let's take that down. There was a critical statement by her colleagues following the exchange that you're about to watch right now with representative omar anthony blinken take a.

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"omar" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"omar" Discussed on Harvard Classics

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"omar" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"omar" Discussed on Harvard Classics

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