35 Burst results for "One Two Years"

GOP Congressional Candidate Joe Kent Discusses the Immigration Crisis

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 3 months ago

GOP Congressional Candidate Joe Kent Discusses the Immigration Crisis

"The immigration crisis at the southern border if you win this congressional seat listen yeah it's a seat where only people in the congressional district in Washington can vote for you Obviously But you're voting on national issues It's not a state Senate seat It's on a state seat It is a federal seat You're take on immigration What's going on at the border given that we learned last night from Bill meluan on Fox that the Biden administration is doing a de facto Amnesty Joe what they're doing is they're using parole and parole doesn't mean what it does in the criminal system It means like taking people in from a foreign country giving them a reason to be here They're doing it on a mass scale your thoughts on what's going on at the southern border and they factor Amnesty Yeah it's just insanity I mean the crisis on our border is going to affect every single American city So I'm here in Pacific Northwest geographically where far away from the border but we're essentially a border town because we're surrounded by a sanctuary city I got Portland to our south Seattle to our north I 5 quarter going up and down I talked to our local law enforcement We had a massive uptick in crime We recently had a sheriff's deputy killed doing a counter narcotics mission to protect community out here And that's all directly linked to the lack of a border wall And then the Joe Biden opening up our southern border So the woman I'm running against he's a Republican Jamie Herrera butler She voted to stop the construction of the southern border wall with the Democrats Over the first two years we had Republicans in the House and the Senate when Trump was in charge We had a mandate from the American people to build that wall into secure our border and to do what's right for our people We had Republicans like Jimmy her butler crossed the island betray us So we have to get the military down there I think finish the wall really even go after the cartel that's on the border to defend our borders And then we have to have a full immigration moratorium I mean really the massive amount of labor immigration that's going to come across the border is really an attack on the American

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How Sean Spicer Transitioned to a Career in Politics

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 3 months ago

How Sean Spicer Transitioned to a Career in Politics

"Back to one. On one with my good france sean spicer. So let's finish this story how you got fascinating career. Transitioning from asia studies japanese into politics running campaigns. How'd you end up in the white house. Working the president so i i was mobile ice in the navy from two thousand eight to two thousand eleven. I got off active duty in basically january. Two thousand eleven. I went on terminal leave. And so i was looking for the next professional move My wife and i wanna start a family. We didn't really think politics anymore was the right. You know the most stable and conducive to to raise kids and so i was looking for some corporate stuff and a mentor. My said there's this. New chairman of the rnc has just been elected. Would you guys should talk. We met we hit it off. My wife was like look. This is probably what you want to go to the national party. Sort of like the major leagues and she understood how important that wasn't said okay. It's a two year gig. Go for well. We finished the first two years and we really wanted to change the party and make some Some huge changes in how we did business meaning. We wanted to shift away from all adds get more into a data specific model where we helped candidates up and down the ballot reform. The primary system reform the debate processing systems. We stuck around for two more years. That made it four. We did very well in the midterms. And then you not sticking around for presidential as sort of like walking out for the super bowl and so again. I look my is literally my god. It's now going with my six year so we did

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How to Maximize Profits With Red Flagging

The $100 MBA Show

01:56 min | 5 months ago

How to Maximize Profits With Red Flagging

"Hello everybody by name. Is walter hill junior. And thank you for joining me today. I'll be teaching you about how to maximize your profit with red flag. So let's get down to business. Here are many factors that control prophet and the business. How well you execute those factors will have a major effect on your bottom line. Ren flagging is a term that we developed in my business to help us identify avoid mistakes that could have a negative effect on our business. Red flagging is a common term used to provide a a warning an alert or caution in the context that we use it and business. It's a simple but profound way of thinking where you ask. What if questions to identify potential problems and devise a plan to avoid them. What is red flagging. Well the more you learn about the causes of business failures the better. The small business administration says the twenty percent of new businesses fail within the first two years and forty five percent of new businesses failed within the first five years. The good news. Is that win. Those first five years fifty five percent of the businesses succeed. If you're currently in a business or you're just starting one you might want to ask yourself. How can i increase the odds to my favor. So that i can join the winning fifty five percent group. Well i'm rude. Think red flags to help you. Get there as i did. I learned the red flagging process at a very young age while working for my father and i continued to develop the process over the years which led to my business success success. I've always believed is intentional. It does not just happen. If you can avoid. Most of the high impact costly mistakes in your business you will increase your arts for

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My Battle With the Booze, a Doctor's Story

Goodbye to Alcohol

01:57 min | 8 months ago

My Battle With the Booze, a Doctor's Story

"This week. My guests to start to stephan f a german doctor who lives in houston and he's in a 'test bestselling last become a show host and alcoholic in recovery. He uses his books in his social media to emphasize that there is indeed a life after alcohol and he's a true example of the fact that the post does not have to equal the future. Let's listen to his story. I am a german and lift around the world and now settled down with my beautiful family here and even more beautiful new zealand. Well how did it start. Well i come from germany and spawn sixty six. So therefore the eighties. That was sort of. I my forming years. And if you look back at the films that be watched in the eighties was lethal. Weapon was mad max whereas all these kinds of things You if you look at the heroes dare. They were all down and out and lethal weapon starts with this famous scene where mel gibson gets up into trailer. Naked has a piss. Watson has got a cigarette and a beer in his hand. That's his breakfast. You know these are the heroes or anti heroes. China say Equally in germany. Everyone drinks and there is actually a healthy drinking culture One has to say to is not the kind of mattering king that is occurring in the uk where it is sort of time limits. Sorry ten thirty device close so you need to get in as much as you possibly can know. You can have beer wine. Whatever you wish. Twenty four seven in germany so devils a nice culture there and i got into that nice culture when i was sort of in my first second year in university

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Breaking Down the ‘Romance’ Phase of a Relationship

Magnetic Mismatch

01:40 min | 8 months ago

Breaking Down the ‘Romance’ Phase of a Relationship

"So the romance stage basically you have these Goggles on that are filters and this filter filters out everything. That is bad about your your partner. See you only see good things about them. They're perfect and vice versa. They see you the same light so during this face. Everything is good right. This is usually at the beginning of dating. When you meet somebody new. You just getting to know them right. And it's exciting your The honeymoon stage the in love phased that they talk about in the five love languages. Yeah which by the way we we did have a podcast episode on that as well so make sure to check that out But yeah. I mean it's it's basically in the beginning of a relationship. All you see is good things about your parter or dating. And after the conversation you're giddy. You have butterflies. Do you remember what that was like when we first started dating. Link those feelings and did you. Did you think we were in that face. 'cause they said that in love phase or that romance phase is usually about a two year period. The first two years. Yeah absolutely the first two years were great. We were just travelling in just getting to know each other. Roofing is new new. I didn't know anything about you You know we spent hours on the phone every single day. Either on the frame chatting right and and just everything is exciting. I met your friends for the first time. Your family for the first time they just everything was exciting.

Netanyahu opponents reach coalition deal to oust Israeli PM

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Netanyahu opponents reach coalition deal to oust Israeli PM

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting opponents reached a coalition deal two hours to Benjamin Netanyahu as Israel's prime minister opponents of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced the deal late Wednesday to form a new governing coalition setting in motion the mechanism that would end of Netanyahu's long hold on power opposition leader yeah your Luv Pete and his main coalition partner Naftali Bennett announced the deal shortly before a midnight deadline thus avoiding what would have been a fifth selection in just over two years under the agreement what Pete and Bennett will rotate as prime minister Bennett will serve the first two years with lipid serving the final two the deal is also historic because a small Islamist party the United Arab list would be the first Arab party to be part of a governing coalition in Israel the agreement still needs the approval of the Knesset Israel's parliament hi Mike Rossio

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Biden Recognizes June as Pride Month, Vows to Fight for LGBTQ Rights

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Biden Recognizes June as Pride Month, Vows to Fight for LGBTQ Rights

"Issuing a proclamation affirming June as LGBT Q Pride MONTH, following in the footsteps of some predecessors, proclamation, says the Biden Harris administration reaffirms That no one should face discrimination or harassment because of who they are or whom they love and that the president has the back of LGBT Q people across the nation. President Clinton was the first to issue a pride month proclamation and President Obama did so every year of his presidency President Trump tweeted his recognition of pride month in the third year of his presidency after failing to do so in his first two years. This is the LGBTQ community continues to face a spate of hate crimes.

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"one two years" Discussed on RV Homeschool Podcast

RV Homeschool Podcast

02:58 min | 9 months ago

"one two years" Discussed on RV Homeschool Podcast

"If it lets you drive at all and The toes and repairs and stuff can be costly. If it's not under warranty so anyone who has jayco seneca out there Of the years eighteen to twenty. Be sure that you're getting this addressed. And they're they're looking at this because they have not done this as a recall which i think they should but it will hit you at some point in time because it it does to all of us so those were the ten main things that happen to us. Most of that was covered under warranty as long as we were able to bring it back before when the repairs needed to be done. Sometimes we just had to repair things while we were out in the road and the other thing to know is that there's a lot of inconvenience for this so even if it is under warranty if it's going to affect your vacation if you're ten day vacation turns into five days because you're stuck at the dealer waiting for something to get repaired. That's really frustrating. As well so some of the things to know is that you know buying a new. Rv does not mean you will be void of all those problems Many sometimes actually buying something. That's been a few years old and somebody else has already gone through and done. Repairs is a good idea. Another learning point is to just always make sure you have a pancake compressor with you from the beginning. So when you have a big motorhome you're going to need a special compressor for that The other thing is to maybe keep some extra pieces for your hot water tanks so we keep an extra igniter switch and then we have the tank sensors for the hot water heater. An inline fuse and then extra wiring Jeremy always some extra wiring stuff. And there's tons of stuff that we have to wire and when you have something as simple as a wire. That's just gotten loose or disconnected. That's a pretty easy fix as long as you have the components with you to do that fixed so there you go. That's our talk about the things that either arrive to us broken or broke within our first two years what that looks like. I don't have numbers on everything because a lot of it was covered on warranty work. But hopefully this is useful for your expectations on what might happen in your first couple of years in our first two years we've put on twenty five thousand miles and i think we've gone to thirty plus states so we've had a lot of use in our rv and not everybody's going to have that much use out of their rv but just so you kind of have an idea when you've been running your that much and you're doing that much work. What can you expect. That might happen in those first years. So hopefully this was useful to you. We have a lot of videos on our youtube channel. You can find us at rv homeschool on youtube and we have a lot of different videos that show these different things that have broken. And what are repairs were so we try to take video of the repairs. Were doing as it happens. So that if you're on the road and you're in the middle of nowhere on some national forest in you're trying to figure out how you can just make a quick fix and keep getting on the road. Hopefully we might have something that can help you out. Thank you so much for listening.

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"one two years" Discussed on RV Homeschool Podcast

RV Homeschool Podcast

05:43 min | 9 months ago

"one two years" Discussed on RV Homeschool Podcast

"Where we make travel educational and fun today. We're changing gears. A bit and talking about rv ownership and the things that broke and our first two years. Rv homeschool podcast. I'm your host amber. Soon we are a family of four that travels the us and canada. When we can in our jaco seneca motorhome we've owned our motorhome now for a little over two years and thought that this would be a great time to talk about the things that either were broken at the point that the rv arrived to us or busted within those first two years and the reason i chose two years is because that's when our jaco warranty expired so now everything that happens is on us and some of the stuff that happened before was on us too but we will get to that. I wanted to start just by saying that. We bought a brand new. Rv and we did that. For a few reasons first we were rv newbies and we were pretty sure that we know what we were doing and thought that we were going to run into problems which we did and we were afraid of having too many problems and thought that having a new rv mean less of those issues. Which i certainly did. Not but that was kind of our presumption the second reason we bought new is because the warranty is on the new rv and so for us. We have a motor home. And so there's two parts to that warranty. There's the warranty for the rv. Part the home part of the unit and for us that's covered by jaco and that's a two year warranty and then there's a warranty on the engine which includes the transmission the engine and the Chances so for us we have freightliner. So we have an allison emission. Our mission we have the commons engine and a freightliner choices. And it's the s to rv cassis the specific one that they have on the jayco senecas..

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Paperbark Maple: The Perfect Tree For Small Spots

Plant Of The Week

03:04 min | 11 months ago

Paperbark Maple: The Perfect Tree For Small Spots

"I found a plant. That i've known for a long time. I know younger ones of it. But i was. I was in a different situation last weekend. And i came across a more mature paperbark. Maple now i i. I have a client friend who has one that somebody teen feet. This one would be twenty twenty two feet now. That last four feet is not just in i. it's in width. Also paperbark maple is well named it has Bark like sycamore in the sense of peeling off. it's different colors as such and it's it's a bi colored plant even without considering the leaves. The leaf is a try type leaf for little little center stem and three leaflets. On each the twigs then are a well. I don't know dark. Brown glossy Anywhere for the first two possibly three years. then they start to what's called exploit. The bark literally peels off and within the fourth and fifth year. The the pretty brown is on out on the newer tips and it's then just simply shedding its outer skin and as it sheds at outer skin it makes it attractive darn near all year round. I i walked around the corner on a fairly sizable building. And the guy said. That's that that is a paperwork maple. He's how'd you know from from sixty feet. I could tell because the bark. I said then i have to look at the buds just to be sure but Quite a remarkable treat twenty to thirty feet it makes a wonderful vents small tree for smaller properties and so on and then of course interesting in its exfoliating season as well as a light shade now. Maples says the the norway maple in particular is known to kill lawns. it has a tremendous amount of routes. They're fairly close to the surface and they they will cause the area around them to be barren of grass anyhow Quite easily this tree. As i have seen them in the past and it fair sites and the one i'm talking about seeing the date has oh i don't know eight and a half nine inch trunk diameter at about twenty two feet or so so it's it is not even starting to kill the grass wonderful small trie for small lawns. And you're always talking about looking for ways to have a four season plant. Absolutely is a four season planet is now the the fall color is not the very greatest hits. It's an orangey. it's attractive enough by all means but it's not like a sugar maple that flames or looks like flame in the forest. But it's still very very pretty and then it has nice looking structure and then the the papery bark is from the ground right on up through the top except for the first two years of the foliage or of of the bark on the twigs. And that's that cinnamon dark brown Just absolutely an attractive tree for small spots.

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What OPAWG is Doing to Build the Podcasting Community (and What You Can do to Help)

Sounds Profitable

04:48 min | 11 months ago

What OPAWG is Doing to Build the Podcasting Community (and What You Can do to Help)

"Hey mark thanks for joining me today on. The sounds profitable podcasts. It's a pledge to be. Thank you awesome. Awesome insert today. We're gonna digging deeper into the article. I wrote about the podcasts analytics workgroup. I thought that was a really interesting place to start. When i started with sounds profitable because i really like the idea of another organization out there that was looking to help everybody gather information together and potentially have alternatives to just the ab solution out there. So i figure it's a. It's probably a great idea for us to start off with asking you to explain opa and what inspired you to start it. Okay yeah absolutely so it is. It's a lofty organization with a terrible name. I think i was hoping it was going to be a placeholder. It's what we're going with For now so back in a may twenty nine thousand nine hundred last year was a as we're recording anyway. I was looking around at some of my analytics data for the podcast hosting company the iran and one of the questions that sometimes gets asked as about how customers can move data from one provider into potent for example and. I thought it'd be really interesting to see what can be done about ways that we can standardize the tracking information that we have about each episode. How many times. It's been downloaded roughly. By whom and i started thinking more about things like the and being a programmer by by nature. I guess i thought that the kinds of problems that the i obey are tackling for podcasters in so much as they are calculating like what can what do we consider to be a download of a podcast episode. That felt to be something that we could tackle in an automated basis in a way that could be easily replicated uneasily run easily automated as i say the didn't necessarily need a huge amounts of people cost. It'd be time to set up initially but then the day would be that. It was something that that you would be able to run in the same way that we now have things. Like letting crypt for handling. Ssl certificates So that you now you don't have to pay multiple hundreds of dollars to get an s Sasol's difficult for your website. You can get one for free by using this system. Yeah i i think that's great and that's one thing that i wanted to kind of break down. There is that the i. a. b. you know has a fee per year depending on the size of your company. I looked to join his an independent. And i can get in like the first two years a startup rates at five thousand dollars now. Five thousand dollar fee doesn't do anything if i wanted to get certified. It's an additional cost. And that cost us what two ways one is a payment to the ab and the other is a payment to certification company. Like a like an auditing company that comes in and confirms that you adhered to the ab sanders by doing like tech audit and reviewing all your data and so james cridland pibe. News has his own self hosted podcast awesome. It could cost them forty to sixty thousand dollars easily for him for one year to be certified with the iab. Alternatively eager kicked the numbers over the cdn data over to like triton and be validated there. But you know that's a couple grand a month to and at the end of the day like that's still it's not that far off from what the charges so what you're talking about here is instead of something that each individual host would get audited instead. We have like a central piece of tech that is audited that's maintained in improbably. Third party verified that is able to allow hosting companies and other platforms to call in do a self certification and it focuses on that central point right instead of like the deep dive required for each individual partner. Absolutely and i think the the thing to to tack onto mr cridland example is he could use something like chargeable. Which i guess is now. Abc's fide he could use that but as someone who writes about for example listener privacy. There are questions around that that you would imagine there would be with any of these third party analytics services you know. There's a reason they make that infrastructure available for for people. Like a steve's especially of people to use for free and so without getting into the weeds on on that particular discussion. That might be a reason. Not to put words in james's mouth but that might be one of several reasons why he'd be not when you use a third party service because that's something that he does writes about.

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How Canishiea J. Sams Is Changing the Nail Art Scene

Side Hustle Pro

05:41 min | 1 year ago

How Canishiea J. Sams Is Changing the Nail Art Scene

"How long were you booth renting before you decided to create your own spot. So it's crazy. I was booth renting at two different salons before i got my nail studio which is like basically a room that i pay monthly on but it was like my room so before that i literally was like in open space like basically what she would call like the like when you come into a salon a greet you forgot what that spot is caught. But i was working in like open spaces like around everyone and that's not ideally. Want it but i knew like i'm going to have to start somewhere. It can't just be like what i want. And i taught me like a lot of like what i do like. And what kind of vibe and energy. I want for my space. So i think i worked boof raining for about two years before i got a nail studio and that was amazing. It was like my other studios have walls. I finally had a walls in door and it was amazing and i created the ambiance. I wanted and it really like my clients come in. They're like smell the central oils. She got the erica about do plan like just like i wouldn't switch that up on just like this is my vibe and i hope that attracts people that wanna see me. What other steps did you take. You know now that you have your own studio at this point did you formalize your business by incorporating or just officially make yourself a business so you go through a process of like state board you get establishment license. You get a tax business tax license. You pay your yearly fees has a manicure is and you know you. Get your your. Cpa like tax person. So you go through those little steps you get your insurance for your room. But at the same time. I was in a studio building with other people who are running their businesses. So next to me. I had exhibitions that working in their studios also so it was like a shared space but everyone had their own room. I've been to a space like that before. And by the way. I think that business model is so smart sleeper smaller super smart rather way everyone licensed. And that's what when you're going to these new very important. What was that investment. Like as you know a young mom going into this point. Was this something where it was. Easy peasy to pay for or did it require serious serious saving like. Can you tell us ballpark. What was that investment like. How did you prepare for it. The investment was steeped in a sense of like like me and my husband were in college or broke college when we decided like okay go to nail school can she so. My husband actually like i don't stay. I don't sell everyone to do this. Because i'm not a person about getting into debt for your passion but my husband put my nail school like half of the on his credit card and i was like. Oh man like it's official so we gotta do this and that's real that israel. Thank you for sharing that. We're not giving financial advice on this. Podcast everyone just disclaimer here. Okay exact all we're doing is sharing what people do all right exactly so we. It was expensive because of the type of nail art in the supplies. Like you have to make a major investment in yourself to kind of start out like nail school. They don't give you any of these things. It's basically like their sanitation in like step by step like how to keep your clients safe basically. But they're not teaching. You now are any of that stuff. I picked up that along the way so a lot of it was like investing in the best materials and stuff. So i'm pretty sure like it was in the thousands like lease up to seven thousand of just like you get one thing and you get the lap and then you get the product line and then you gotta start getting buffers and files like things that you constantly have to do. Maybe taking classes But a lot of things. I learnt on my own just through like practicing but a lot of it was like i did not know previously to going into like nails that it could be so expensive. I people think it's just polish in the site. Oh my god it's five million items so let's look at those early days of being a business owner. How did you balance the juggle of personal life. With being in business for yourself and the ebbs and flows of business. It was hard. I'm not gonna lie like it was really hard trying to figure out like my space my like my place in this industry at first you know Because it was like. I just moved to a new city and now those work like in our new cd. We didn't have much family. It was just like my uncle here so it was just like a lot of just like growing pains really beyond his and like the first two years of me like blueprinting. I wasn't necessarily super taking care of myself like when you're in the salon space you like gogo going. You're lying you like starting out so you take whatever incense your schedule's like hectic so i will work like evenings. My husband would get off work because we didn't have childcare so it was just like whenever like he worked during day and i will work in the evenings at night so i missed a lot of like saturday like sunday. Type situations a lot of dinners because we have opposite schedules so it was like really hard. And then it got to a point where i have to establish a set schedule my boundaries just for mental health purposes. And just like sanity like it's hard to separate your business in your personal life when they're very intertwined like that but it was so necessary in once i did that begin to like really enjoy it a lot more.

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Donald Trump is finished, but will 'Trumpism' prevail?

Between The Lines

08:07 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump is finished, but will 'Trumpism' prevail?

"It's been more than a week since the us presidential election joe biden of course has claimed victory whereas the president is yet to concede defeat but when donald trump eventually leaves office the question. We have to ask ourselves is is trumpism. Really finished after all the media conventional wisdom the new york times washington. Post the major networks. Cnn msnbc all that conventional wisdom is that the twenty twenty election represents a repudiation of trumpism and what's trump luckily to do after he leaves office well for more. Let's turn to patrick. J buchanan senior adviser to president reagan nixon and ronald reagan. Pat has been a regular fixture in america's opinion pages and cable television shows for generations. Ninety ninety two and ninety six pat buchanan ran for the presidential nomination of his party. The republican party on america first platform pass walking back to you between the lines. Good to your tom now. Let's start with the election itself to spotted trifecta of crises health economic racial the us congressional and presidential contests were very tight. How do you account for that. I think there were tight for this reason. The covid virus which hammered us in march and april and then all during the summer and full took the lodge. That's two hundred and thirty thousand americans and they induced an economic decline unrivalled since the great depression. And then you have to racial turmoil in the country. And the wake of the killing of george floyd in minneapolis riots. And and things like that. So he's really damaged trump in the eyes of the public and his administration and normally they would've killed any presidential candidate. But i will say that in the fall. When trump was further behind he basically one mechanic team won the battle against biden. It was surging at the end of the campaign but he did not get over the top or at least so far so i think what you can say is trump and trumpism won the campaign. They lost the election because of the burdens. They had to terry which were too happy to cross the finish line. And let's not forget that in the late up to the election the metric conventional wisdom the polls the pundits. They predicted a democratic sweep. A blue wave washing the republicans out of power capturing the senate and delivering an alleged democratic congressional majority if the democrats did indeed have a clean sweep of the congress and the white house what would radical progressive in the american takes. What would that have made if you had nancy. Pelosi in control of the house and chuck schumer and control. The should i which looks less and less likely now and preston biden into white house. Biden's problem would be the tremendous pressure from the progressive left wing of this party to impose his leftist agenda. The party home to the country in the first two years of his administration. And i think it would be virtually impossible biden to resist the democrats cheap to kill the filibuster. Which would eliminate the ability of the republicans to stop their agenda and we would be off to the races with medicare for all the green new deal statehood for puerto rico statehood for dc. Defunding the cops. Pack the supreme court the whole left wing democratic agenda. They would try to ram through with fifty one votes. In the senate and biden frankly would be restraining force because republicans wouldn't be able to do it if they lost the filibuster in the senate which is what. Barack obama urged the democrats to take away if they win the senate okay now bought and has pasta to sydney electoral college. Votes needed to win the white house now given that it's very hard to prove widespread electoral fraud pat. Why want trump just accept defeat. Here's trump is demanding that he be allowed to play out last play of the deal. Because i think he feels he has been treated horribly by the democrats and the liberals in the press and he's not gonna do them a favour. He's got a right to make sure. The counselor made and certain things happen by certain dates. He's not going to speed up the transition. It's not gonna be a pleasant transition at all. He's going to treat them the way they felt. They treated him when he came in with the russia investigation and all the rest of it. So i think what you're getting is. Trump is looking at upon this if it succeeds is a hostile takeover of the government of the united states. And he is acting to resisted with every legal constitutional weapon. He has so it's This is not a cordial country power at all. Okay but with dany. Before the nineteen sixty presidential election between richard nixon and john f kennedy. That was very taught. There was a lot of speculation about electoral fraud in texas and illinois. And that of course benefited. The democrats won that election now. Apologies for the very scratchy. Sound quality of these vintage news report from sixty years ago. but he's nixon. Your boss pat here. He is at four. Am at republican headquarters. After the election conceding. Defeat to and and results shows come in if the present trend continues If mr kennedy and senator kennedy will be the next president of the united states senators kennedy now. And i want you know that. Certainly this trend has continued and he does become our next president that he will have my. That's richard nixon conceding. Defeat john f. kennedy in nineteen sixty pat buchanan. Why can't trump do a nixon accept defeat graciously that at four am gathering. My wife was present. She worked for richard nixon and the nineteen sixty campaign and travel. The country would and the point is that was a different time in a different country. That america's today america's bitterly divided and one of the contributing factors is the is the belief correct in my view that donald trump was denied. Not only a good transition but donald trump was investigated by the fbi and during the transition. They went after his state of the fbi did and they had a two year investigation beach. Kim they try to defeat him then they tried to overthrow him. And i think trump feels this and he says i established nothing. They can go. I mean they can go too far as i'm concerned and we're going to run this old way out and make sure every ballot is counted and all the towns are accurate. And whether or not we're going to go to court and exercise our rights and we're not going to pretend otherwise that this is a pleasant for easy transfer of power this was a hostile takeover and trump's view. I mean they're campaign run against him former first lady. Michelle obama is already talking about the house and he could and racism and the rest endemic pain in what he come folks voted for. So i think look you gotta divided country and there's no sense pretending otherwise and trump is not gonna gauge any pretense.

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How to Handle Major Life Transitions

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

04:27 min | 1 year ago

How to Handle Major Life Transitions

"Hey sober sellers oh modernise. It is finely the week of the big move. I know many of you are saying not unlike some of my friends. You've been talking about this. Move for a bit now lynn. I have only because this is part of my recovery. I'll explain more as we get into the podcast but wanna share with you. I why this is somewhat a culmination of the planning that i began. Who we back in two thousand ten two thousand eleven two thousand twelve. When i was just getting my footing in the whole idea that my life was going to be so very different than it had been for the previous forty six years. I was scared. Initially and i was not really focused on much beyond stopping drinking yet. Eventually i became someone who is really curious about how i could use my new skills that i was learning in practice seen every day every week every month and what that would do to my future. What possibilities might open up for me. And when i let myself think about and hope and be open to changes. How was i happy to know that. I could dream at the ripe old age of forty six and forty seven and forty eight and decide to go and get my master's degree. And what did that mean. Sure it meant. I had to sell a house and i had the move and start a newer life Three hours away. From where i had been living as i had gotten sober in those first two years and i went with it. I decided with the help of people who were supporting and helping me at the time to understand that. I was sure enough afraid of what i was about to do. But more so engaged in a process of living life that would help me cope with whatever fears and whatever things came up on the daily. Because of what i was about to myself into and that was a whole bunch of new things. Change is moving away renting a house. You know meeting a bunch of new people starting an education program. After god knows how many years all of that was really really scary and ultimately it allowed the discovery in me. That i could do these things and i could actually move through them not perfectly but with an outcome that i was pretty content and satisfied with so the first thing want to share with you today. Is that where i am. Moving to. i dreamt up in my head googled and figured out that a community that i had in mind. Mind's i where. I wanted to be how i want to live was actually being created right here south of atlanta outside of a nifty little town called peach tree city and at the time they were calling. It pinewood forrest which i've been calling it for this whole time as well but they recently changed the name. Because it's jason to a studio that films all the marvel comics and all kinds of really big named staff. But that's only a small part of what i moved out here for. But since it's across from the studio and the studio renamed itself two trillion with. That's what this new community is now being called the town at trilogy.

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The "Dungeons & Dragons" Murder

True Crime Brewery

05:15 min | 1 year ago

The "Dungeons & Dragons" Murder

"A North Carolina suburb in the early morning of July twenty fifth nineteen eighty-eight. On evonne, Stein awoke to an intruder at her bedside holding a knife and club. Bunny was severely beaten and stabbed, but she somehow managed to stay alive and call for help after the intruder left Leith was not selected. However, he was stabbed and bludgeoned to death when investigators learned that his estate was worth over two million dollars naturally his wife and stepchildren became suspects. Yeah. The amount I've heard varying stories on the amount, but it was around two million dollars. So a considerable amount of money especially in the nineteen eighties her was. The von Stein family lived in the small town of Washington North Carolina. And the rest of the state calls this town little Washington to differentiate it from Washington DC in Washington state. But I guess the people who live there like to call it the original Washington because it is the first town to be named after George Washington. That's an interesting tidbit for you. Can we fact check that I have done that but if we WANNA double check for me so it was the first town as we now yet. Okay. So. Whether you call it little Washington or original Washington the town was virtually destroyed in eighteen, sixty four, and then again in nineteen hundred by some devastating fires, a few homes survived and it was rebuilt and it became a farming and fishing community. So with a population of just over ten thousand pretty small. It's known as a sleepy town, but actually a pretty good place to raise your family low crime. I would imagine ten thousand is Pretty small but not too bad. So yeah probably be a nice place to raise a kid. Yeah, I. Think so. So, lease was born in Queens New York in nineteen forty six to parents who both came from well off German families who it is still a baby. The family moved to North Carolina his father Howard was a graduate of Brown University and he'd been a professional saxophone player before fighting in world. War? Two. After. The war. The Big Band era who is starting to be on its way out? And it was getting hard to find work as a saxophonist. So at this point, he had a wife and a baby boy to support so. Howard decided he needed to find a steady job. He ended up taking one offered by his brother-in-law as a laundry equipment salesman. He and I think he was successful at that. But maybe not at his happiest, right because he was an artist and musician. But he was successful. CONC- that whoever you're good at what you do that you're just not totally in it. Exactly. So lead Smart Marie does it on him she spoiled him and gave him pretty much anything he wanted. But you know he remained respectful and loving and had a good work ethic. By, the time he was in high school, the camel city laundry and cleaners had become one of the most successful laundries in the whole country. and lead stand Howard had become part owner and they were employing over one hundred people. But you know. Lee. had no interest in the laundry business and his dad totally understood that. So li-the never took a part time job that his father offered him at the laundry. He had decided on another career you're lethal is accepted into the school of Engineering at North Carolina State University. He. Was Successful for the first two years. But then in the junior year kind of his motivation and slacked off. He got into partying pretty heavily and he flunked out in nineteen, sixty seven. Now, the problem with this or this time is that the Vietnam War was going on. So guess what happened Oh Leaf He's drafted. Yeah. His parents were pretty frantic and worried about this as you can imagine or you're their only son, their only child. So he was twenty one years old by this time, and fortunately for him, his two years of college helped him get assigned to clerical work. So instead of being sent off to fight a war, he was stationed in office in Germany. Of course, he knew some German. So that came in handy to after his discharge from the army in nineteen seventy lethal returned home and enrolled at Guilford College in Greensboro as a business major. Gilford was a small quaker college. So some faculty and students held weekly silent vigils against the Vietnam War on the federal courthouse lawn. And Leaf was agreeing with them. He didn't think this war should be going on. Your a lot of this at that time didn't think that was a good idea. Shabby. That were absolutely it was the movement. So. Although he had been conservative for most of his life leaked did get some strong opinions against the war and he let his hair grow out to his shoulder started wearing blue jeans and he got a pair of those small round wire rimmed glasses that John

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What a census bureau report says about widening income gap

Clark Howard Show

06:42 min | 1 year ago

What a census bureau report says about widening income gap

"I have been. So distressed about Census Bureau report came out from the Commerce Department weeks ago that I just keep. Running over in my mind. And it's a report based on what's happened to People's finances? Pre Corona virus, and it looked at a ten year period. basically the decade of the tens. And found that. Roughly and GonNa be rough numbers here. Eighty percent of Americans. Have less purchasing power. Now and this pre when people's incomes got. Slice back. Grown virus. Less income now effectively been a decade before. Now this is. On multiple levels. Because oh nine. WAS WHEN The great recession technically ended and people's incomes rose fairly nicely from then. Through the rest of the housing bust and forward. And for people eighty percent of people. To essentially have their dollar, not carry them as far. As what it did a decade before. Is a serious serious. Economic and political issue for the United States you know when people were polled in dead matter where they are in the political spectrum there polled. On whether they feel the country's going in the right direction or the wrong direction, it doesn't matter if they're left right or centre they say we're going the wrong way. And it's because people are frustrated. That life is financially as more of a struggle for them had been. We got to fix this. And we're going to find that with people being polarized politically. That the things people are turning towards. Or, going. To, be Tax candid policies and stuff like that and. The reality is. We've got somewhere twenty, twenty, five percent of Americans somewhere in that number depending on how their surveyed. That are running away from the rest. Of the American people. Income Wise. We have a big big problem with wealth being very heavily concentrated. Among the very, very, very elite of us. And then you move down several rungs of that. To the top twenty or twenty, five percent, and that's where all the growth and income. Net growth and income has been flowing. The problem is. The economy has become. Overwhelmingly, what's known as a knowledge knowledge-based economy? That the skills you have the training you have. Determine the. Kind of money you'RE GONNA make. In. America, it's very rare anymore that just through. Hard work and effort. Somebody can do just fine. That used to work for so much of our history but. The world economy has changed. And how people make money has changed. In so When I look at this from a truly economics only perspective. I believe that we need to really really focus in this country. On how to make sure the eighty percent of people that are falling behind economically. have an opportunity to achieve. And some of wet I'll tell you right now is stuff the if you've if you've listened to me for a long time, you already know what a strong believer I am in this that. Training and education now have to be. A ongoing lifelong pursuit. Because the mix of the workforce and the jobs in the workplace. Are Changing. It's such a significant rate where the jobs. A majority of jobs turn in less than twenty years. HOW PEOPLE IN MONEY? And we have an under utilized resource in the United States. And Its are state supported community college system. The states that seem to be doing the best. At connecting workers to high paying jobs. Are being very thoughtful about using. The educational resources of estate. To get people the skills they need. Historically community colleges have been looked at. As. A two year feet or to four year colleges, and so the first two years people are taking the pre recs the same as they would at a four year state university or often private university. I think we need to flip that model. And the community college system needs to be about teaching people. A WORKPLACE SKILL In those first two years. And only after that, what's now looked at pre recs? Becomes the source of education that people need clear marketable skills and training. Because education is the latter. That addresses ongoing training that addresses The problems in the labor market. And I know there's been all this talk about wiping out people, student loans and making four year college free and all that and that creates enormous class divisions in the United States. But. Something I believe we can get behind as a country. Is Making two years. Of Technical College. Or Community College free. After high school. And that all be market I skill. design.

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Trump's Taxes Show He's a National Security Threat

Pod Save the World

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Trump's Taxes Show He's a National Security Threat

"On Sunday The New York Times published he blockbuster scoop detailing decades of trump's tax returns. You guys probably have some of the big headlines like the fact that he paid no income taxes at all in ten fifteen years examined that must be incredible. He only paid seven hundred fifty bucks in federal income taxes in two thousand, fifteen minute trump might face a one, hundred million dollars tax penalty depending on the results. Of An audit that is brutal but there are also some troubling foreign policy elements that we're GONNA cover today. So a couple specifics in trump's first two years as president he made seventy three million dollars from foreign sources that includes a million bucks from deals in Turkey three, million from the Philippines two point three, million from India those numbers are way bigger. When you look at decades of returns, he's got tons more money out of those places. He also paid more taxes of Robin did at home. So twenty seventeen, right the seven, hundred, fifty, year trump paid one, hundred, forty, five, thousand in India over one hundred, fifty, six, thousand taxes in the Philippines. So that feels a little bit un-american. So a couple of things you guys need to listeners accepting these foreign payments is illegal to violation of the emoluments. Clause feels like a more innocent time when we used to talk about that, it's also not the only way that these foreign countries can steer money into his pocket there've been countless stories of a government's and rooms at trump. In an effort to buy them off. But what's also now clear is that the he is just under a mountain of debt we don't really know who trump os four, hundred, twenty, some odd million dollars to. But we also know that he desperately needs any revenue he can get to stay afloat. So then as many people have pointed out a massive debt, like this will prevent you or me from getting a security clearance and having access to classified information in some ways you could argue that. This disclosure by the Times makes it even easier for these countries to find ways to bribe trump but I think they probably knew Venal to begin with. So ben anything jump out of you in this reporting especially in terms of potential for foreign influence the his financial challenges. Yeah. I mean I think there are two basic things that need to be really driven home here and they may be obvious people that it's worth really putting point on them. I who does he owe this money to and and does that give them leverage over him right and so presumably owns if he does tens or hundreds of millions of dollars to some foreign interest well, then the press, the United States is. Terribly compromise in terms of standing up to that interests let's say the Russian interests let's say it's a Turkish interest or whatever it may be. That's the problem and that's why the rest of us when we go to these jobs have to disclose all of those kinds of conflicts and that's why if we disclose too much leverage from a foreign source, we wouldn't get a security

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Trump's tax revelation, what are the highlights?

The Daily Beans

09:00 min | 1 year ago

Trump's tax revelation, what are the highlights?

"Donald J trump paid seven hundred and fifty dollars in federal income taxes the year he won the presidency in his first year in the White House he paid another seven hundred and fifty dollars. He had paid no income taxes at all in ten of the previous fifteen years largely because he reported losing much more money than he made. So that's the lead. In this is in reporting from New York Times Sunday afternoon by investigative reporters Russ Butner Suzanne Craig, and Mike Macintyre now Russell Suzanne incidentally or two of the three that dropped the huge story on trump's finances in October of two thousand, eighteen ahead of the midterm elections. and that was fueled by the financial documents provided by Mary trump who is now suing the president and his siblings by the way for defrauding her out of millions of dollars. But back to today's story from the New York Times quote. The New York Times has obtained tax return data extending over more than two decades for Mr Trump and the hundreds of companies that make up his business organization including detailed information from his first two years in office. It does not include his personal returns for two, thousand, eighteen or twenty nineteen. This article offers an overview of times findings. Additional articles will be published in the coming weeks. So this one, hundred and ninety two paragraph long story is an overview of the times findings. this is the sparks notes the abridged version the Reader's digest abridged story. And I'm GonNa go over the key highlights with you. Hundred Ninety two paragraphs is the overview of what they found. And they're going to be releasing multiple stories in coming weeks for details about what they've uncovered an important caveat here by their very nature, the filings will leave many questions on answered. These tax returns that they got many questions will be unfulfilled. They comprise information that Mr. Trump has disclosed to the irs not the findings of an independent financial examination they report the trump owns hundreds of millions of dollars in valuable assets, but they do not reveal his true wealth nor do they reveal any previously on reported connection to Russia? This kind of makes sense why Sivan's needs the documents, right These data simply report revenue not profit in two, thousand eighteen for example, trump announced his disclosure in his disclosure that he had made at least four, hundred, thirty, four, point, nine, million dollars. The tax records deliver a very different portrait of his bottom line forty seven point four, million dollars in losses. So he announced his disclosure, he made four hundred and thirty, five million. In here it says he lost forty seven point four million. To that's what he filed his taxes as. All of the information that times obtain was provided by sources with legal access to it. So we can. Try to guess. WHO This to the New York Times prior to the election maybe somebody on the case who knew that the case wouldn't be Sort of we wouldn't see any fruits of that until after the election. I don't know I'd be guessing. These tax data examined. by The Times, provide a roadmap of revelations from write offs for the cost of criminal defense lawyer a mansion used by the family retreat to a full accounting of the millions of dollars that the president received from the twenty thirteen Miss Universe pageant in Moscow. So that's kind of a Russian dealing. The apprentice may trump a total of four, hundred, twenty, seven, point, four, million, which he then invested in a collection of businesses that we're failing mostly golf courses. They steadily devour cash much as the money he secretly received from his father the and how that financed spree of quixotic overspending that led to his collapse in the ninety. the picture that perhaps emerges most starkly from the mountain of figures and tax schedules prepared by Mr Trump's accountants accountants. MAZAAR. Clue. Probably got this from the Manhattan Da Somebody there. This is the picture that emerges starkly is of a businessman president in a tightening financial vice. Most of trump's core enterprises from his constellation of golf courses to conservative magnet. Hotel in Washington I guess it draws conservatives. They all report losing millions if not tens of millions of dollars year after year. His revenue from the apprentice and from licensing deals drying up and several years ago he sold nearly all the stocks that now might have helped him plug holes in his struggling properties and tax looms. And within the next four years more than three, hundred, million in loans and obligations for which he's personally responsible personally will come do. Over the next four years. And these records show the actual and potential conflicts of interest created by trump's refusal to divest himself of his business interest. While in the White House his properties have become havens for collecting money directly from lobbyists, foreign officials, and others seeking facetime access or favors. The record for the first time, put precise dollar figures on these transactions. Here's some examples at the Mar, a Lago Club, a flood of new members starting in two thousand fifteen allowed him to pocket an additional five, million a year from the business people paying for access at his Durrell Golf Course in Miami. The roofing materials manufacturer GIF spent at least one point, five, million in two, thousand, eighteen even has as its industry was lobbying the trump administration to rollback egregious federal regulations conflict. In two thousand Seventeen Billy Graham vandalistic association paid about four hundred thousand dollars to the Washington Hotel where the group held at least one event during its four day World Summit in defense of persecuted Christians. Then when he took office Mr Trump said he would pursue no new foreign deals as president. Even. So in his first two years in the White House is revenue from abroad till seventy three, million dollars. And while much of that money was from his golf properties in Scotland and Ireland some came from licensing deals in countries with authoritarian leaning leaders or thorny geopolitics. For example, three million from Deteriora- from the Philippines two point three, million from India and one million from Turkey. Now the data also contains. Revelations about the one hundred, thirty, thousand dollars payment to Stephanie Clifford Stormy Daniels. The, which is one of the focuses of the Manhattan da Subpoena for trump's tax returns. Another financial information another clue that that might be where they got this. However. They say that it has no new revelations, but there is kind of a revelation because trump has acknowledged reimbursing cohen. Who made the? Payoff. But the materials obtained by The Times did not include any itemize payments to Cohen. The amount however could have been improperly included in legal fees written off as a business expense which are not required to be itemized tax returns that says to me. That trump. Didn't make the payoff where he would have had to have itemize it. Which says to me. It was improperly recorded. As a business transaction. At for legal fees, which is another thing to Manhattan as looking at. Business fraud. Falsifying business documents. Now, no subject has provoked more intense speculation about trump's finances than his connections to Russia while the tax records revealed no previously unknown financial connection and for the most part lack specificity required to do. So they did shed light on the money behind the two thousand thirteen Miss Universe pageant in Moscow at the subject of Enduring Intrigue Because of subsequent investigations into Russia's interference in two thousand sixteen. So basically what the time saying here is that there's nothing itemized here about Russia, but there wouldn't be because it's not required to be in tax returns but boy, did we see something interesting about the? Miss Universe Pageant in twenty thirteen. The records show that the pageant was the most profitable Miss Universe during trump's time is co owner and that generated a personal payday of two point three million dollars made possible by the Aguilara F- family at least in part who would later help set up the infamous twenty sixteen trump tower meeting. For. Officials seeking dirt on Clinton with Veselnitskaya who is now we know connected directly to the Kremlin. The record show that in two thousand thirteen to paget reported thirty one point six, million in gross receipts. That's the highest since at least the nineties allowing trump and his co owner NBC's split the profits of four point seven million by comparison trump and NBC lost two million on the deal the year before. Moscow and made three point eight million from the one the year after. So it appears the Russia one. Made money and made a lot of money a lot more money than it ever has before. So did. Russia overpaid trump for this event. Wonder why? In Two thousand, thirteen?

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How Ruth Bader Ginsburg became a "notorious" cultural icon

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:32 min | 1 year ago

How Ruth Bader Ginsburg became a "notorious" cultural icon

"She became a Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Bader Ginsburg Ginsburg was was already already a a pioneer pioneer in in the the fight fight for for women's women's equality, equality, CBS CBS correspondent correspondent Paula Paula Read Read now now looks looks back back at at the the late late Justice Justice is is towering towering legal legal influence. influence. She has compiled a truly historic record of achievement. Even before Ruth Bader Ginsburg was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1993, she had already cemented her place in history. Women today face discrimination in employment, Ginsberg argued six cases before the Supreme Court in the 19 seventies, winning five of them. The Supreme Court today ruled anonymously that a widower with Children is entitled to the same Social Security benefits. A widow would receive, often securing rights for women by representing men being discriminated against in similar ways. Law professor Margot Slang her clerked for Ginsburg during her first two years on the court. Can you point to specific rights that you and I have because of Justice Ginsburg Yes, absolutely. Stare was a time when women couldn't own their own credit cards when women didn't have the right to equal treatment in in state sponsored jobs During her first term, Ginsberg wrote a concurring opinion in a sexual harassment case that went farther than her colleagues arguing conduct is illegal if it unreasonably interfered with the plaintiffs were performance. She understood way before me to that avoiding sexual harassment in the workplace is a matter of equality, not just of avoiding boorish behavior. Think back to 17 87. Work. We, the people. Who were they? They certainly weren't women. The genius of the United States and our Constitution is that over now, more than 200, sometimes turbulent years. That we has expanded. And expanded once she was on the bench. Her fight for equality continued with landmark opinions, opening all male schools, Tau women and expanding protections for the disabled. Ginsburg was only the second civil rights attorney to ascend to the bench, and she ultimately attained this cultural icon status. I've been reporting here all weekend at the court, and I have seen hundreds of people coming here to pay respects for a woman who expanded freedoms. For so many CBS correspondent Paula Read.

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How the Gates Foundations values shape the world

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:41 min | 1 year ago

How the Gates Foundations values shape the world

"This week we've been talking with Bill Gates copy of the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and is trying to eradicate polio and malaria globally gates created a billion dollar climate investment fund. He has funded multiple factories to find a vaccine for Covid nineteen and the foundation is matchmaking companies around the world to get that vaccine distributed. Gate. Doesn't the position to do all of this because he's one of the world's richest people because he co-founded Microsoft and to be honest that's a little weird. So in part three here I asked Bill Gates how his philanthropy ends up doing. So much of the work of government he said some of it is mission creep take malaria. When we started out, we mostly thought that we would just increase the arm de because. You know for malaria, the people who die which at that time was over a million children a year they don't have enough money to have a voice in the marketplace. So there was no. Science, or willingness to fund on their behalf in a capitalistic system. And there was a little bit of foreign aid but much. So we came in, is the the biggest player in Malaria Ding. At first, I thought our role would just be to create the drugs and the nats. And that we weren't mean to fund the actual delivery side. Because once we have the tools. The uptake would be there in fact, it turned out that. It was much harder to. Have things delivered than we expected. So we were CO founder the Global Fund. Goes after three diseases HIV to Berkeley similar, and we were a founder of this Kavi organization that buys vaccines for the poor countries at the very lowest prices, and so those two institutions which we did in our first two years of existence to learn about delivery so far actually they've probably been the most impactful thing we've done. The R. D. promises to give us some amazing things including the tools that will help ascent malaria and. Make incredible progress on issues but the delivery side I underestimated how hard it was and how we would have to partner up to figure out what kind of axiom would be acceptable. What kind of medical intervention you know even how do you tell people that they really need to sleep under that bed net and that feeds back to the design of the product? Because you're a partner in the delivering, you see what's not working and we thought we could get women to take a daily pill. For, HIV prevention. And the uptake on that very very low, and so now we're working on something that you'd only have to take either a shot or a pill every ninety days because it looks like that would get uptake, but you're driven by the limitations of of uptake, and so that's why we've got to be deeply involved not just in rnd, but also the delivery side at what point do your priorities, the priorities of the foundation end up becoming the priorities for the world, and you've described a sort of a series of unintended consequences that pull you in deeper and deeper to. Ultimately, the work of governments in no case should countries depend on our philanthropy or any other philanthropy to solve a basic need? We can accelerate the RND and so yes, by spending money on malaria supposed to. Some. Fancy. Vacation or something. Yes. The world's resources are going more into malaria now than they did before and those million deaths are now down four, hundred thousand and so yes our values to change what gets funded in this economy and malaria just. was in my view grossly underfunded. You said it was either like it could be either malaria or a luxury. Good. But there's like a lot in between there and do you ever think maybe I. Should Turn My Lens on disinformation or wealth inequality or racism in the United States. Well we spend. We have two big things. We do one of inequity in the US, which is lot about education, and then there's global health I do believe you really have to focus and become expert. We're basically saving a life for less than a thousand dollars per life saved. These miraculous interventions in other fields. People have brackets interventions through the giving pledge. Make sure lots of plant perceived these high impact things some problems. Government's spending way more than plant. Can haven't been able to solve. So mostly flat becomes up with pilots pilots. Of a mentoring program pilots of. How schools could organize a bit differently. So we do a Lotta that but once we've committed to Milorad occasion we're not going to abandon that. Sadly, there's very few fields where you can save millions of lives for small sums of money. Bill Gates is Co Chair of the Gates Foundation.

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"one two years" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on KGO 810

"I am the same vintages you I'll put that up front but tuition there was something like a hundred and fifty dollars a semester or something Risi low number and there was actually is actually something in the Arizona state constitution saying that college should be as close to free as possible well well now thirty forty years later it's probably so I don't know at least a thousand percent greater than that which might more than not but it's gotten pretty expensive it's pretty expensive everywhere obviously and I think that's why people are looking at free college in white free college sounds so good so it's interesting you guys stay on free colleges the first two years being free right in most places that's what people are talking about on so if you look at not even the programs range from first two years free to you you know New York is got as scholarship program the Excelsior scholarship which he is four years for free but you know when we talk about free we need to really be careful about what we're talking about so in New York for example they have this free college program at the City University of New York and the City University of New York schools but it only covers tuition and so so when a four year program at one of those SUNY schools would cover about twenty six thousand dollars if you qualify now you qualify if your family makes a hundred and twenty five thousand dollars or less a year but here's the catch so it covers twenty six thousand dollars of tuition but the average expected expenditure for four years including room and board fees and everything is about eighty three thousand dollars at one of those schools so you're left having to pay still fifty seven thousand dollars feel free is free with copy out yeah but I mean you're talking about their living expenses where you have to pay does rather you're going to college or not well I mean that shouldn't be included well you know in some places though are trying to give the flexibility to students to use funding from free college programs the way they need to or the way they want to so if you needed it so when you put it this way let's say that you fill out the family of SAP's the family financial aid for you get a block but you get a lot of financial aid it goes towards your tuition and then there's still a grant program from the state and you can use some of that to pay some of your room and board and fees so there is some flexibility and some of the programs but most of them are really talking about tuition only and most of them to get back to your original question Michael are really only talking about a two year colleges so you know the the sort of the granddaddy of them all right now with it's called the Tennessee promise program in the state of Tennessee community colleges are are are now free to all applicants.

"one two years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"You're thinking of buying a new vehicle tell me about it well are the card that we've had for nineteen years and have three hundred eighteen thousand miles on it we're going to give to our son he needs a car so we're we're like a new car we wish you the car you said nineteen years nineteen years you know thousand miles it's phenomenal and that's why we love this brand of car we've had a lot of cars with this Brandon and and we love it what brand is it that you're a brand while to Volkswagen so you say your brand loyal but you're really not helping up if you're only buying one vehicle every generation well that we've we've had you know most of the cars we've had we've gotten three and four hundred thousand miles out of and like I said we're not even getting rid of that we a kind of another vehicle because we want to give this one to our son the problem has come up that we want the a new full size SUV that they just came out with in two thousand eighteen this was called the atlas is that the one at list yes okay hand because it's a new vehicle I think well we've talked to a mechanic and he's advised us that they kind of had some Kinks which is you know what happens when you introduce a new model I think reports agrees I have only with your mechanic there in the first two years of manufacturing of a model that they're gonna be more trouble because they haven't figured out exactly if they designed it quite right or if they've got the manufacturing exactly right but if it came out and you said twenty eighteen would you twenty nine was the first so you'd be buying a twenty twenty probably a twenty nineteen you know a new one at twenty nineteen they haven't changed the model really since two thousand eighteen hello it's really not going to be all that much different because it's basically the same model how much we buying a twenty nineteen verses of twenty twenty because you're a classic buyer of a new vehicle with the pass model year because they it fully depreciates al as long as you own one but if not much price difference for you buying a nineteen or twenty you could really get into the third year cycle of that vehicle and by then hi you wouldn't you wouldn't really have is much to worry about with teething pains seminal if one's may arise late in twenty nineteen is a twenty nineteen probably not either I may be worrying too much but do you know the price difference between getting a nineteen and twenty you know I don't because I don't know that the twenties or even out yet we usually auto makers switch over the model year and September October trying to remember which month that the that they go to the new model year okay yeah I honestly we have not even you know look at the twenty twenties we were just looking at the new twenty nineteen and that's when my husband was kind of wondering if may be and we've never research this I thought about it but may be leasing what are the vehicles we not in your case no your cycle of ownership just by the thing okay is a view do leasing reeling leasing is a way that is a is a trick with financing there is not relevent in your life okay because you're going to keep it so long that's just not something that you need to worry about and you know the great thing with the Volkswagen is they really have the best warranty out there as I recall I was just about to say they do the offset on that is that they do have an excellent warranty I think it's seven years and eighty four thousand miles I thought it was six seventy two but it's it's something in that territory and really really a great warranty so I would feel confident you're loyal to the brand you know the vehicle you want the largest TV and I would go test drive one just to make sure that it still is what you love and if it is I think if you're going to save a couple thousand dollars buying a nineteen by nineteen otherwise go ahead and buy the twenty and get that one additional year of hopefully more reliability in that vehicle again this is not specific to Volkswagen Korea Consumer Reports because of the complexity of the electronics and vehicles now getting a couple years in a new model first before you buy it's a good way to get other people to deal with trial and error of a new model rather than you Paul is with us on the car carriage hi Paula hi how are you great thank you Paul I just wanted to know and this year I want to buy and want to purchase the house they currently live in a condo I do not like condo living so that's why I want to switch over and buy a house however you need twenty percent down I would be wondering if I could use my my what is it my rocked by a right and then pay it back within that time frame that they give you would that be okay or you can do that within sixty days but you have to do with a crazy way you have to move your IRA from one company handling your Roth to another that's what I was planning on doing because I actually do have to switch it over because they do have a new employer so I wasn't sure if I was going to move that money anyway into my own or put it on.

"one two years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"See me bragging about do those chickens no but it's you're listening to talk and at some John patch and I'm still laughing so what are you that's Jim Gaffigan he's I like him because for the most part is clean yeah a lot of comedians are not in no no the nuts you know what I'm looking for pieces and stuff like that to bring on the show and stuff you know a lot of times I know right well I won't go that will not live but Jim Gaffigan actually does a good job he's funny too so are you a virgin you're vegetarian so I ate I eat eggs and some animal products I just yes and they have to be farm raised in you know so that that's basically be on prosthetic limbs you but would vegans vegans are a lot more strict yes they are strictly non animal products and that's like belts shoes or anything yes so yeah everything no no nothing I'm approx what are you looking at me like you wanna eat me no I want you to become a vegetarian that's not what it was his only owns one two years back feelings I was so hurt you said you're trying to diet that would be a good way to diet I'm not becoming a vegetarian you know what's weird though I mean I do eat meat as well course I tried giving up right what about two three years and it you know it was hard it was very difficult keep my weight on especially when you know going to the gym I can keep myself I mean people can do it you got to train yourself to do it and you really got to educate yourself on what you're gonna eat to replace that protein that you're running and you know I did not do that actually so I ended up going back in the meat again but there's times I mean I think maybe not for you I don't know because you don't eat as much for whatever but there's times where I sit there and I'll eat like a stake in it especially because doing the patch over twenty eight years I mean I sit there and look at it I mean it's like you know that's a body yeah I mean it kind of grosses me out sometimes I I admit that you know and you're not alone but it's like I do like meat though right but in it's not the best for you to either that's why a lot of people have like high blood pressure cholesterol problems in anything else because of all the you know especially fast food that's horrible I mean you drive through the drive through and you go to McDonalds get a cheeseburger whatever there's that there's you know at least a thirty days off your life right there well the reason why I started not eating need much anymore was sat back in when I was in college I was taken to a neat slaughter house yeah and that did it for me yeah well I would but it for everybody I used to cover the genesis awards out and LA every year I haven't done a long time but you know I used to go there and they would show videos during the awards you know people that won awards that film these videos whether knowingly or unknowingly on and they would show the way that these animals were and yet you know I don't want to say put to sleep or put down because they were tortured I mean he killed the thing is is if you know if you put yourself in that situation and they hung you by your ankles and your twisting around to a factory and all of a sudden you get to one point with a slit your throat it's a little girls yeah I mean you think about these poor animals that have to go through that I don't mind eating animals but be a little bit more humane with the way that you slaughtered there's got to be easier ways are better ways for these animals absolutely I mean other than some of the things you see I can nail to the head or a hammer to the head or something.

"one two years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"See me bragging about. do those chickens nobody. you're listening to talk and add some John patch and I'm still laughing still like a unit that's Jim Gaffigan he's I like him because for the most part is clean yeah a lot of comedians are not in no no the nuts you know what I'm looking for pieces and stuff like that to bring on the show and stuff it you know a lot of times I know right well I won't go that will not live but on Jim Gaffigan actually does a good job he's funny too so you were very you're vegetarian so I ate I eat eggs and some animal products I just like him yes and they have to be farm raised in you know so that that's basically be on prosthetic limbs you but would vegans vegans are a lot more strict yes they are strictly non animal products and that's like belts shoes or anything yes so yeah everything no no nothing I'm approx what are you looking at me like you wanna eat me no I want you to become a vegetarian stuff not your what. so we'll use one two years back. feelings. I was so hurt you said you're trying to diet that would be a good way to diet I'm not becoming a vegetarian you know what's weird though I mean I do eat meat as well of course I tried giving up right what about two three years and it you know it was hard it was very difficult keep my weight on especially when you know going to the gym I can keep myself I mean people can do it you got to train yourself to do it and you really got to educate yourself on what you're gonna eat to replace that protein that you're going in you know I did not do that actually so I ended up going back and eating meat again but there's times I mean I think maybe not for you I don't know because you don't eat as much for whatever but there's times where I sit there and I'll eat like a stake in it especially because doing the patch over twenty eight years I mean I sit there and look at it. I mean. it's like you know that's a body yeah I mean it kind of grosses me out sometimes I I admit that you know and you're not alone but it's like I do like meat though right it's not the best for you to either that's why a lot of people have like high blood pressure and cholesterol problems in anything else because of all the you know especially fast food that's horrible I mean you drive through the drive through and you go to McDonalds get a cheeseburger whatever there's not there's you know at least a thirty days off your life right there. well the reason why I started not eating need much anymore was sat back in when I was in college I was taken to a neat slaughter house yeah and that did it for me yeah well I would but it's good for everybody I used to cover the genesis awards out and LA every year I haven't done a long time but you know I used to go there and they would show videos during the awards you know people that won awards that film these videos whether knowingly or unknowingly on and they would show the way that these animals were. and yet you know I don't want to say put to sleep or put down because they were tortured I mean he killed the thing is is if. you know if you put yourself in that situation and they hung you by your ankles and your twisting around to a factory in all of a sudden you get to one point with a slit your throat it's a little gross yeah I mean you think about these poor animals that have to go through that I don't mind eating animals but be a little bit more humane with the way that you slaughtered there's got to be easier ways are better ways for these animals absolutely I mean other than some of the things you see I can nail to the head or a hammer to the head or.

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"one two years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"See me bragging about. do those chickens nobody. you're listening to talk and at some John patch and I'm still laughing so are you that's Jim Gaffigan he's I like him because for the most part is clean yeah a lot of comedians are not in no no the nuts you know what I'm looking for pieces and stuff like that to bring on the show and stuff it you know a lot of times I know right well I won't go that will not live but on Jim Gaffigan actually does a good job he's funny too so are you a virgin you're vegetarian so I ate I eat eggs and some animal products I just yes and they have to be farm raised in you know so that that's basically be on prosthetic limbs you but would vegans vegans are a lot more strict yes they are strictly non animal products and that's like belts shoes or anything yes so yeah everything no no nothing I'm approx what are you looking at me like you wanna eat me no I want you to become a vegetarian that's not what it was. so we'll use one two years back. feelings. I was so hurt you said you're trying to diet that would be a good way to diet I'm not becoming a vegetarian you know what's weird though I mean I do eat meat as well of course I tried giving up right what about two three years and it you know it was hard it was very difficult keep my weight on especially when you know going to the gym I can keep myself I mean people can do it you got to train yourself to doing you really got to educate yourself on what you're gonna eat to replace that protein that you're going in you know I did not do that actually so I ended up going back and eating meat again but there's times I mean I think maybe not for you I don't know because you don't eat as much for whatever but there's times where I sit there and I'll eat like a stake in it especially because doing the patch over twenty eight years I mean I sit there and look at it. I mean. it's like you know that's a body yeah I mean it kind of grosses me out sometimes I I admit that you know and you're not alone but it's like I do like meat though right it's not the best for you to either that's why a lot of people have like high blood pressure and cholesterol problems in anything else because of all the you know especially fast food that's horrible I mean you drive through the drive through and you go to McDonalds get a cheeseburger whatever there's not there's you know at least a thirty days off your life right there. well the reason why I started not eating need much anymore was sat back in when I was in college I was taken to a neat slaughter house yeah and that did it for me yeah well I would but it's good for everybody I used to cover the genesis awards out and LA every year I haven't done a long time but you know I used to go there and they would show videos during the awards you know people that won awards that film these videos whether knowingly or unknowingly on and they would show the way that these animals were. and yet you know I don't want to say put to sleep or put down because they were tortured I mean he killed the thing is is if. you know if you put yourself in that situation and they hung you by your ankles and your twisting around to a factory and all of a sudden you get to one point with a slit your throat it's a little girls yeah I mean you think about these poor animals that have to go through that I don't mind eating animals but be a little bit more humane with the way that you slaughtered there's got to be easier ways are better ways for these animals absolutely I mean other than some of the things you see I can nail to the head or a hammer to the head or something of that aspect you know I posted one time on on our Facebook at talking pets radio a video and I really questioned it and I did put a disclaimer on.

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"one two years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"A month. see me bragging about. do those chickens nobody. you're listening to talk and at some John patch and I'm still laughing still like a unit that's Jim Gaffigan he's I like him because for the most part is clean yeah a lot of comedians are not in no no they're not you know what I'm looking for pieces and stuff like that to bring out the show and stuff you know a lot of times I know right well I won't go that will not live but Jim Gaffigan actually does a good job he's funny too so your fridge you're vegetarian so I ate I eat eggs and some animal products I just like him yes and they have to be farm raised in you know so that that's basically be on prosthetic limbs you but would vegans vegans are a lot more strict yeah they are strictly non animal products and that's like belts shoes or anything yes so yeah everything no no nothing I'm approx what are you looking at me like you wanna eat me no I want you to become a vegetarian stuff not your what. so we'll use one two years back. feelings. I was so hurt you said you're trying to diet that would be a good way to diet I'm not becoming a vegetarian you know what's weird though I mean I do eat meat as well course I tried giving up right what about two three years and it you know it was hard it was very difficult keep my weight on especially when you know going to the gym I can keep myself I mean people can do it you got to train yourself to do it and you really got to educate yourself on what you're gonna eat to replace that protein that you're saying and you know I did not do that actually so I ended up going back and eating meat again but there's times I mean I think maybe not for you I don't know because you don't eat as much for whatever but there's times where I sit there and eat like a stake in it especially because doing a patch over twenty eight years I mean I sit there and look at it. I mean. it's like you know that's a body yeah I mean it kind of grosses me out sometimes I I admit that you know and you're not alone but it's like I do like meat though right it's not the best for you to either that's why a lot of people have like high blood pressure and cholesterol problems in anything else because of all the you know especially fast food that's horrible I mean you drive through the drive through and you go to McDonalds get a cheeseburger whatever there's that there's you know at least a thirty days off your life right there. well the reason why I started not eating need much anymore was sat back in when I was in college I was taken to a meat slaughter house yeah and that did it for me yeah well I would but it's good for everybody I used to cover the genesis of words out and LA every year I haven't done a long time but you know I used to go there and they would show videos during the awards you know people that won awards that film these videos whether knowingly or unknowingly on and they would show the way that these animals were. and yet you know I don't want to say put to sleep or put down because they were tortured I mean he killed the thing is if. you know if you put yourself in that situation and they hung you by your ankles and your twisting around to a factory in all of a sudden you get to one point with a slit your throat it's a little girls yeah I mean you think about these poor animals that have to go through that I don't mind eating animals but be a little bit more humane with the way that you slaughter of certain gotta be easier ways are better ways for these animals absolutely I mean other than some of the things you see I can nail to the head or a hammer to.

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"one two years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Trying to pressure like I even had need in five years I haven't had a banana in a month see me bragging about do those chickens no but it's you're listening to talk in pets on John patch and I'm still laughing so are you that's Jim Gaffigan he's I like him because for the most part is clean yeah a lot of comedians are not in no no the nuts you know what I'm looking for pieces and stuff like that to bring on the show and stuff it you know a lot of times I know right well I won't go that will not live but Jim Gaffigan actually does a good job he's funny too so what you are fed you're vegetarian so I ate I eat eggs and some animal products I just yes and they have to be farm raised in you know so that that's basically be on prosthetic limbs you but would vegans vegans are a lot more strict yes they are strictly non animal products and that's like belts shoes or anything yes so yeah everything you know no nothing animal products what are you looking at me like you wanna eat me no I want you to become a vegetarian stuff not your what his only owns one two years back feelings I was so hurt you said you're trying to diet that would be a good way to diet I'm not becoming a vegetarian you know what's weird though I mean I do eat meat as well course I tried giving up right what about two three years and it you know it was hard it was very difficult keep my weight on especially when you know going to the gym I can keep myself I mean people can do it you got to train yourself to do it and you really got to educate yourself on what you're gonna eat to replace that protein that you're going in you know I did not do that actually so I ended up going back in the meat again but there's times I mean I think maybe not for you I don't know because you don't eat as much for whatever but there's times where I sit there and eat like a stake in it especially because doing the patch over twenty eight years I mean I sit there and look at it I mean it's like you know that's a body yeah I mean it kind of grosses me out sometimes I I admit that you know and you're not alone but it's like I do like meat though right it's not the best for you to either that's why a lot of people have like high blood pressure and cholesterol problems in anything else because of all the you know especially fast food that's horrible I mean you drive through the drive through and you go to McDonalds get a cheeseburger whatever there's not there's you know at least a thirty days off your life right there well the reason why I started not eating need much anymore was sat back in when I was in college I was taken to a meat slaughter house yeah and that did it for me yeah well I would but it is for everybody I used to cover the genesis awards out and LA every year I haven't done a long time but you know I used to go there and they would show videos during the awards you know people that won awards that film these videos whether knowingly or unknowingly on and they would show the way that these animals were and yet you know I don't want to say put to sleep or put down because they were tortured I mean you don't the thing is is if you know if you put yourself in that situation and they hung you by your ankles and your twisting around to a factory in office and you get to one point with a slit your throat it's a little girls yeah I mean you think about these poor animals that have to go through that I don't mind eating animals but be a little bit more humane with the way that you slaughtered up there's got to be easier ways are better ways for these animals absolutely I mean other than some of the things you see I can nail to the head or a hammer to the head.

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"one two years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:57 min | 2 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on WTVN

"And that's why these swamp is fighting back. So viciously and violently the amount. Depress, we have denied reminds me of the kademi awards before went political and their ratings went down the tubes. Viz Lazar chancery claim our government. All right. We've been watching the president kick off his reelection bid. He's been on stage for about six minutes within two minutes. He did talk about the economy about within four minutes. It was attacks on the media. So he was talking about a bright rosy future. But then quickly reverted the some of the same themes has been talking about since he began running four years ago today about the despicable people we've had in history, okay? I'm gonna use an extreme example. Think about Hitler. Think about any of those people. Would you say that, that person is allowed, let's put it this way. If you could look back on in history. Would you say, well, I'm so glad that, that person was allowed a platform so that they could spread their hate and propaganda in lies. Would you say that probably wasn't the right thing to do to spread that because you knew in the moment that, that was a bad person, and they were doing bad things not only were they? Hurting people. They were killing people hullo. What is that is the sickest, the, the most twisted the most despicable disgusting comment you could ever here? And so, so the president criticizes fake news, and the crowd starts chanting, CNN socks, and they can't handle it, and they justify it by saying, well, why would we cover Hitler like, you know, a Cossio Cortez, you know, say, well, there are concentration camps down by our southern border. I'm like. How do you get away with saying this crap where where you're talking about? Millions of people slaughtered innocent people murdered mass murder. What is Donald Trump on except okay, give us tax cuts and not pay a rainy, mullah's, and keep his promise of Israel, Jerusalem's, capital, and Golan Heights is recognized as Israel's and the president gets rid of burdensome bureaucracy. Let's see. Oh, and is created six million new jobs and all those people. That was suffering after eight years of Biden, and Obama thirteen million more Americans on food stamps, eight billion more poverty, worst recovery since the forties. Lowest homeownership rate and fifty one years. Oh now we have the best economy. Now, we have record low unemployment for African Americans Hispanic Americans. Asian Americans women in the workforce youth unemployment. You're gonna compare that to a mass murderer. And you call yourself a news organization because you can. Can handle the fact that people in this country recognize that you have lied to them? Well over two years, and that you have perpetrated a hoax out conspiracy theory advanced by people that are sick and twisted. Right. Joining us now he was in the audience the entire time. We have congressman, Matt gates of the great state of Florida. You know, you got a couple of big shots going on. They're on Fox News last night, because we actually do cover the news. And anyway, the crowd was how to control the energy was great. Absolutely, Sean, and thanks for your program last night. All cable news and a place. Where Americans continuously go and rely on the information they were seeing you see CNN and no one supports the free press more than us conservatives, but the free press does not mean that the press should be free from criticism. And they absolutely deserve criticism. They have been more Donald Trump than any other American history, and our country is doing better economically, certainly any point in recent history. And it shows that leads to the frustration that then emerges in these Trump rallies and experiences. And there's just something unique about Trump rally show on about this moment. People don't just show up to support President Trump. People are showing up because they feel a part of something. This is Tori. Coleman response, where the president can say something to the reaction of the crowd, and it's sort of a discourse in a dynamic, you experienced that with me when you had town hall meetings around Florida, where you never see Joe Biden. The poor guys gotta read every word. She doesn't have the ability to the interest of the crowd. And when I don't care what the Paul you put men split screen down the stretch to the general election. Even gets nominated. There's just going to be no comparison, and people are going to want to be part of the Trump movement, and they're going to be bored to death by Joe by and I would say, you know, also we saw in the rally, I think unexcited in a happy president because his family was there, one of the things that bring the president joy being around his family, and it was pretty special to have the whole crew, presidents, and excited and interested in what we see in Florida is that these long propensity voters are the very people who are registering to come to Trump rallies. They're not necessarily the same people that you're going to see in polling. And I think that's why throughout the course of this election, you may never see a poll, Donald Trump in the lead. But that doesn't mean we're not winning are wind comes from credence and the excitement. And that patients that we get from regular Americans who are really feel like with the rising, but more opportunity with America respected in the world. Again, we've got the opportunity to do great things, and people want to be a part of it. The other thing about the Trump rally yesterday is every crew section of America. We had white collar, blue collar. No collar at all. Folks, Hispanic folks, and in just saw in Florida a real microcosm of the country. And you saw the intersection -ality of why people choose to support the president. I mean I met with some folks who really believed that there are in the future was brighter than at any other point in our lives because John secure they were more likely to lead to raise his and careers. Other folks who showed up, who chest appreciated having a president that wasn't a slave to the culture of political correctness. President understood that in this culture, political correctness. It's about controlling what people say what they think we sure President Trump is a little bit. He's got a different style of communicating. But I saw last night. Magnetism from the, the regular people to the president's style. So I'm I'm excited about it up here on Capitol Hill. Today, there's been more work going on the radical left continues, their temps or redo the Russia probe. Six. He's been testifying now going on six hours and she hasn't provided one single additional fact that was not in the mullahs reports. But we see in the Democrats strategy to try to view the mullahs report as a screenplay that they want to turn into a movie by continuing to trot out these witnesses and subject them to a review of the experience. They already had the real lesson for the American people with there's nothing that, you know, the dozen members of congress or even a full committee of congress is going to find out about the factual nexus of the Miller report that we didn't find out when you had nineteen prosecutors dozens of the I tens of millions of dollars hundreds of subpoenas witness, seasons accumulated and all of that to the decisive verdict that there was no collusion. The underlying Torridge against the president. One. And so after. Lies about the president. To do what the Democrats want us to do. And. Through every reaction, the president had to being falsely accused or we could do the Republicans wanna do and find out how we came to the circumstances in the first place. Why? To be the victim of fraud in secret. Why did we allow Russians? Agent. Christopher Steele to populate, the dirty DASA, then got to be used as a weapon by each state actors like. Brennan and others who were presenting this information to the court. So we'll learn a lot about those things and Earls. Expect the leaks are, in my view, clearly, Vialli law, and can be traced directly back to the leadership of Jim Komi Donna's. Right, Jim Komi viewed his role as the head of the FBI, not as a role to conduct investigations to present information to prosecutors. But instead, a manipulator of public, opinion of political hack someone, whose job, it really was to leak information to the media to try to make story more credible. And try to this. Or some other activity of the administration is we allowed to go unpunished that McCain engaged him in the Komi engaged in the FBI forever in a really bad way. And that would be because. Patriotic Americans who serve in the FBI on the frontline corruption and support of law. But at the head shed inside Washington DC, there was an element of politics and these people home homey, McCabe, and others. So long as they were these stabilizing Trump so long as they were starting what they believed was a higher in discrediting his candidacy and his presidency. Was justified. Any political party. That makes. We wanna make sure that we don't allow that to curt. And I was glad that last night. President Trump his challenges the lens of history. And he said that we never want another duly elected president United States to go through this type of an ordeal ever again. Not just for the sake of the printing. It's for the sake of the country. On in the world right now. You've got, you know, the United States having to play three dimensional chess with Russia and China trying to constrain nuclear proliferation on the Korean peninsula. We need engagement from Russia to be able to have better outcomes in hot spots, like Syria. And of course, we got this massive. Dispute with China now where we're standing up for American workers and not for those who would allow out. That going on. Opportunities present in Donald Trump's in the White House. We want every tool of the presidency at our disposal to be able to better trade deals to be able to denuclearize North Korea and to be able to craft Russia's engagement with the world in a more productive way. And unfortunately, you know, the first two years, essentially, the Trump presidency. And having to get all of this works done despite fighting with one hand tied behind his back because these accusations of collusion. Still persist today and it brings us. Going suspect in the coming weeks. Will bring before the house, different players and characters in the American people see through that they realize that there's a difference between trying to recast or redo the Muller report, and the actual work that needs to happen for the betterment of our country of the Trump administration, for example, has renegotiated NAFTA, they have new US MCA agreement that I believe would pass if it were placed on the floor of the congress today, but Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff, and Jerry Nadler, they wanna give us the opportunity to own public policy and. And give uplift wages. Instead, they want to try to find every circumstance to reinvigorate their lives associated with the Russia, collusion narrative, and at the end of the. That American people will realize that President Trump spike form against the washing entrenched established interest that on the Republican end Democrats side don't wanna see things done differently in this town. And that's I I've been fighting so hard for the president. Sean, right? So has been wanting to fill in so we did a little test today to save. He could handle it. Pretty good gates. Great to talk to you again. And so, yeah, we're going to get you the date as promised. And then if you do okay, on the radio show, we'll think about TV. What do you think, as I.

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"one two years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Online, and the handle at Twitter at Chad Benson show so much to get to jump into what's going on with our crazy government once again, you know, yesterday, we talked about the Democrats throwing out as Trump calls at the I word having this big meeting about, impeaching him before they had the meeting where they're supposed to work together and infrastructure and Trump storms out and everybody's throwing hissy fits all over the place. The media can't believe it as if you wanna work with people who want to impeach you and they're doing twenty two investigations. And yeah there's more stuff on that we'll get to today. But there's this other part of what's going on with our government and the balance of powers, and it has to do with what did you dish? You'll branch has been doing and attorney general bar. Vice president Pence and the Trump administration are finally calling attention to something. We've talked about for quite a while. And it's this idea that if the president does something that the left doesn't like they shop around to find a liberal, judge to get a liberal judge who will do what they call a national injunction. And that stops what the president did for the entire nation. So doggone right. It should because he's doing stuff that's unconstitutional. Well, one judge isn't supposed to be able to determine that on the supreme court. It takes five judges to determine that five four decision. Right. You need at least five judges to agree with you justices rather to determine that, that is unconstitutional. The president can't do that. But instead, all of a sudden, now we have far left, these finding a far left he judge. That'll say up. I'm stopping it for the entire nation with the national injunction. And the thing is, this is a relatively new way to go more national injunctions have been issued under President Trump during the entire twentieth century because Trump flawless. You got everything you can stop this guy. He's out of control. No. That's not it. It's that it's a new left-wing tactic. To get one judge to make national law, or at least, stop national law, until it winds its way all the way up to supreme court. So since Trump took office federal district courts have thirty seven nationwide. Injunctions against the executive branch nothing about this supposed to be a co equal branch of government judicial executive now the executive has been vested the powers to execute. The laws that you digital branch does not have the power to have one judge stop everything. And yet, that's what's been going on. It's not supposed to work that way. During President Obama's first two years. Remember, Trump's been for two years. So let's compare Obama's first two years district courts issued to kind of to nationwide injunctions. Both of which were vacated by the ninth circuit court. And only twenty seven nationwide injunction junctions were done in all of the twentieth century of that. By the way, the only Trump case so far. Litigated on the merits in the supreme court. The president one it was the so-called travel ban challenge, where the lefties tried to say that he was banning all Muslims, which just factually wasn't true. And the law was on President Trump's side on what the president is allowed to do in terms of who can come into this country based on national security threats. He won. So the general bars coming out and saying, hey, this isn't house supposed to work. He said, I'm not interested in arguing about specific policies said he wanted to argue that the use of these nationwide. Injunctions violated the separation of powers that the court said, traditionally, observed here's what he's talking about. If you look at article three and our constitution, it vest, the federal courts with quote, did you digital power to decide cases or controversies, John Sexton reporting on this Johnson's writing this and says as the supreme court is instructed with this really means is that concrete disputes among individual parties. That's what the court is allowed to decide. There was the case on this chief Justice Marshall. Said this in Marbury versus Madison, quote the province of the court is solely to decide on the rights of individuals not to enquire how the executive or executive officers perform duties in which they have a discretion. In other words, they're not supposed to make these big policy. They're not supposed to say, well, a judge at a lower level. I just don't like this law at all that I'm going to stop it nationwide. No. But they're supposed to say. I'm looking at this Pacific case this person against this person or against this entity, and I'm going to decide it based on the facts and the law, and the constitution for this particular case. That's what they're supposed to do. So limiting judicial power to resolving concrete disputes between parties, not general oversight over the political branches. That's what the courts are supposed to do. You know why because the legislative branch writes the laws and the executive branch enforces the laws that's not that you dish, you'll branches responsibility. So, by the way, that's what the federal courts used to believe the first one hundred seventy five years of the United States being a Republic. There were zero national injunctions done by federal court zero the first documented nationwide injunction nineteen sixty three from the DC circuit. That's the first one. Wow. By the way. By the way, that doesn't mean that the judge is never ruled against the government. No, no. Go back to nineteen thirty seven. Attorney general Homer, Cummings reported that the lower courts had issued thousands of injunctions against new deal programs. But, but those rulings only bound the government with respect to those parties. In other words, the people who sued and won vats other law was was looked at for them, but that didn't change the law. The government continued to invoice enforce their new deal programs against others. Exact same regulations rules and laws in fact, courts issued more than sixteen hundred injunctions against one particular agricultural tax during that time, but the government still collected it for more than seventy one thousand people who had not gone to court against them. Wow. But now flat Ford's today, John Sexton reporting courts pass judgement on laws or executive actions bound only by judicial doctrines of deference, so they assume that they are now a one man council of revision of the law. That's exactly opposite of what our founding fathers thought it was supposed to be, and it diminishes the power of the executive, which you're not supposed to do. So attorney general bar saying beyond that these nationwide injunctions. Basically make a district court. Judge more powerful than the chief Justice of the supreme court because the chief Justice on his own cannot issuing national injunction, he needs to convince for the justices on the court to agree with them. And that amazing. So the supreme court Justice has less power than a federal judge who decides the issue in national injunction. By the way, by the way, this is unprecedented. This, this means one judge can tell the entire nation. That they cannot follow through on a law. But when a court grants nationwide injection and junction renders all other litigation on the issue largely irrelevant. So when congress passes a statute with the president implements of policy that challenged in multiple courts, the government will have to win, and every single court in order to keep the law going the other side, only has to find one judge who agrees with them to issue, a national injunction, the whole thing's over until it gets Precourt if it ever does. So one, judge basically, can cancel the policy or the law of the stroke of That's not how it's supposed to work. No official in the United States can exercise that kind of nationwide power, except the president of the veto. That's it. That amazing. So is this going to look into this or speculation that they will? Josh Blackman is a professor South Texas College law Houston. He says the justices don't like the district court's changing national policy overnight. After that's not the way it's supposed to work. I mean, it really think about this, so one and you find this judge in Hawaii. Oh, I don't like President Trump. I don't like what he said in his campaign. So I'm going to put a national injunction on this policies. Put forward. You shouldn't have the power to do that. And by the way. If a democrat wins next time and the conservative start doing this, and getting judges to issue national injunctions. You think the media is going to say that's fine. You think the Democrats are going to say it's fine. You think the celebrities are gonna say it's fun? Are they all going to claim? Oh, these these people are trying trying to rule by your feet. They're trying to turn this into an oligarchy there. But when it's there guys doing it to Trump, anything goes, man, anything goes, it's like the milk shaking that's going on over in Great Britain, Nigel frosh, one of the one of the guys over there that is for getting out of the EU, and he says, you gotta watch what's going on with the legal immigration. They're calling him all kinds of names. And they calling him a far right winger, and therefore, it's okay to throw a milkshake on them. I mean, because, you know, we're just trying to humiliate him because he's a horrible person and it's really bothering him. So obviously, it's a good thing to do. So we should just keep shaking. I mean anybody complains about that don't you understand? It's just a political protests. Really, if people start throwing milkshakes at Alexandra Qazi of Cortez, every time she shows up somewhere, you think the media is going to think that, that's a funny thing. Start show throwing milkshakes on Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden, you think the media is going to think that's funny and just a political protests. Of course, not it's a salt, especially you don't even know what they're throwing at you. Maybe it's a harmless milkshake. Maybe it's something that could really hurt you. And it's just wrong. That's not a political protest. But hey, you know anything stop Trump because Trump's Nazi and therefore anything goes, because we used to kill Nazis, and that really. That's how you're looking at it. Now. So now we got the Trump administration fighting back. Vice president Pence said, we believe this needs to change. So these nationwide injunctions, have frustrated presidential policy for most of the president's term, and no clear insight. That's generally embar one. Judge cannon affect the policy with the stroke of the pen, vice president Pence. We believe that needs to change. We believe that's really distortion of the separation of powers and the balance of power in our constitution. So we're going to be looking for a case to take the issue of national injunctions, all of the way to the supreme court. We really should stop. Here's some of the things he's talked about recinding grant money to sanctuary cities because the breaking federal law. Ending the DACA, the so-called dreamers program for young illegal aliens. President Obama started that not even with an executive order just with a memo. It's clearly on constitutional, the congress had debated almost the exact law and said, no to it. And did it anyway? Because I have a pen, and I have a phone and yet, when President Trump tried to undo with executive order, what President Obama did not even with an executive order. One judge said, Nope. Can't do that.

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"one two years" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Honest opinion. The US classifies Iran's revolutionary guard as a foreign terrorist organization. Guzm Sulamani has the blood of Americans on his hands. Brett as does the force that he leads an America is determined each time. We find an organization institution or an individual that has taken the lives of Americans. It is our responsibility. It's indeed President Trump's duty. And we have made tremendous progress in this administration's first two years to reduce the risk that any American will be killed by Qassem solo Mighty Mary. Brandon brothers ever again secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, Iran threatening to retaliate. The democratic led house vote this week on a Bill to restore net neutrality. The FCC repealed net neutrality rules, the Senate voted to reinstate them. But vote was never taken in the Republican led house now in democratic control. The house will vote to reinstate the rules. If the Senate follow suit, which is unclear White House. Aides will advice President Trump to veto the legislation. Fox's Jared Halpern actor on former spokesman Tom Selleck is writing a memoir. Tom Selleck is putting his life story in writing the actor most famous for his role on magnum P is working on a memoir, and it won't be just about acting. The blue blood start set he would share stories about his career. But also about life away from the camera Celik was previously on the board of directors for the National Rifle Association, but step down in two thousand eighteen due to his work schedule, and he has been married to Jili MAC for over thirty years. He eventually took a break from acting to raise their daughter Celik revealed last summer that he started the memoir saying people had been asking him for years to write one. Michelle Pollino, Fox News. And again, our top story a turnaround title for Virginia the Cavaliers winning the NC double A championship crapping it from Texas Tech in overtime eighty five seventy.

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"one two years" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Knowing him, you know, for the first two years when he was in the league, he'll he'll miss it. He loves it loves being in the locker room. That's what these guys miss. They missed the the teammates and the the day to day routine. So it'll be interesting. That's what I could see I could see the season getting into November's war. Tom calls him out says gronk helpless for the postseason even come back late December. He just be part of the play offs. And might be tempting. I could you know, it's funny. When these when these guys retire I've been around, you know, Andre Johnson now and as a head coach in Arian foster guys like that they do you can tell they definitely they met. Chris myers. You know, they missed the game because they missed the the relationships with their teammates and their coaches in the people in the building. So I could see him getting CI and coming back Bill. Thanks for taking the time to look into draft special. Thanks to Bill O'Brien there the Houston Texans head coach as well. As the ravens. Hey, coach John Harbaugh who took some time out of their busy schedules to give us some time here on the Adam Schefter podcast. And please join us again on Monday when we will have some special guests, we some special insights the Browns general manager John Dorsey will stop by as will the coach general manager Chris Ballard and the chargers et coach. Anthony Lynn all will join us. Starting Monday, April eighth on the latest. Bishen of the Adam Schefter podcast. Thanks for listening. This week have a great weekend. Everybody. I can't believe it. Let Philip brought his little brother on our mission into orbit. How long until it got their

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"one two years" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

09:03 min | 3 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"It. I'm struck by the overall about here, again, one point three seven five billion is such a paltry. Such a paltry number on this. I think however, it is a is an indication of where Trump is on this, even I I don't detect. In any aspect of Donald Trump's existence here any less enthusiasm to get this done. I don't I don't get the sense that he thinks he's anywhere near accomplishing the objective or keeping the promise. And I think he's genuinely frustrated by the inability of Republicans to get a better deal. Out of the out of the Democrats. And I know what people say, but rush but Russia had the first two years the Republicans in the house in the Senate, and look, I'm I'm not constructing excuses here. But you mentioned this before you have to keep in mind, they weren't helping him do anything the first nine months. They weren't helping him repeal and replace ObamaCare because a lot of Republicans thought Trump had colluded with Russia. There's no other way to explain Hillary losing. These are denizens of the swamp. They all thought Hillary was gonna win in a landslide were all gobsmacked. And so they were early believers in this whole made up conspiracy that Trump had colluded. Now, I'll tell you it got really frustrating as every day mounted and it became crystal clear to anybody with an open mind at this whole thing was a hoax that they didn't see it. And after a while. Became obvious to me. They didn't want to see it. A lot of Republicans did not want it to be untrue. So finish the wall. It will be fascinating to see what the president does particularly after the listening to the salient hit vice he got for me on this program today. Now, we move on to the latest with rob them the governor of Virginia. Route northern desperate to keep hidden. His views on late term and post birth abortion. Route nor them is happy for everybody to be focused on the black face photo in the medical school yearbook. Standing next to some grand wizards of the Ku Klux Klan or people dressed as such. So Ralph northern in his continuing effort to rehabilitate himself has announced a listening tour. Who the state of Virginia? Ralph northern is going to conduct a listening tour about race and black face, and he's going to allow his constituents to inform him what they think about black face and race. He's also made some proposals in a he apologized for what happened to what showed up in the yearbook and his proposals here, which which come under the making amends umbrella. He wants to put statues of note were the African Americans in museums. He is going to embark upon a reconciliation tour in which is going to listen to people about race and black face. He has promised the people of Virginia. He is going to read up on reparations. He is going to promise full access to state contracts to minorities, he's going to work as hard as he ever has worked on anything to enroll mall residents in Medicaid, and then he has promised to go and attend sensitivity training. So did he Ralph Naw them will get his mind, right? You find it. I mean, here's a guy comes out and says when he says about late term abortion making the baby comfortable giving the baby a couple of days here to adjust to the the trauma of birth. And in consulting with medical professionals and the mother, and then at that point we at the having made the baby all of that gets swept under the rug for this black face episode. Nobody is focusing on that aspect, and I find it. I find it fascinating. This is funny. A journalist a female journalist walk into Bloomingdale's the other day and got triggered and tweeted. Hey bloomingdale's. This is not funny. This isn't fashionable it further day legitimizes hardworking journalists will bring real news to their communities. It's a mannequin wearing a t shirt that says fake news a mannequin in Bloomingdale's. And it's and drudgery nights, a female tickets, a bald female wearing a yellow t shirt with fake news on it, and the journalist is Alison cayden. And she says this isn't funny. It's not fashionable it further D legitimizes hardworking journalists who bring real news to their communities. And there's oh this is, you know, this guy Tom Steyer. This left wing billionaire from California who has been funding an underwriting any organization promising to try hard to impeach Donald Trump. He is getting fed up. He's getting frustrated he has dumped hundreds of millions of dollars into this. He's a hedge fund manager big liberal activist. He's committed to seeing Trump impeached and removed from office. He wants top Democrats to act now to impeach the president. If they don't he's going to spend some of his money to get them removed. According the political Tom star plans to target a number of democrat committee, chairman and women. He's also considering going after the three highest ranking Democrats Pelosi, Steny Hoyer, and Jim Clyburn the Congressional Black Caucasians in an interview that he gave to see who. Did he give the review to? I hate journalism. These people can't right? He in an interview who cares wearing gated. He said out a clear warning shot to powerful Democrats. There's a gigantic cost and not listening to your constituents. There's a gigantic cost. The thumbing your nose at democracy. This guy has spent millions of dollars trying to get Trump impeached. He has just thrown it away. He's a gigantic environmentalist wacko. And now he's going to spend even more money to fund primary challenges to Pelosi Hoyer and Clyburn. Hey question. Why does why does so many news stories? So many ideas that the left propose sound like parodies. And satire and spoof. Hey forms contributor. Is urging a Marshall plan to save journalism. Journalism particularly newspaper journalism is a struggling industry beset by lost advertisers. And layoffs. Trust for media. Also is at an all time low, according to the Knight commission on trust media and democracy. Saw Forbes contributor Michael Posner reacted to the Knight commission report urging a domestic Marshall plan for journalism. He added that democracy demands it the night report argued that philanthropy must play a more significant role in the future of journalism. Basically what this guy is realizing is that journalism as currently practiced can't cut it in a free market journalism. Can't cut it in a competitive free market. Journalism can't figure out how to adapt to the ongoing technological innovation that is occurring throughout this country. And so they want donors they want the government.

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"one two years" Discussed on Guys We F****d

Guys We F****d

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on Guys We F****d

"The first two years are great. How am I with monogamy? Projecting onto you. But I would think it would be hard. It's hard for me, actually, knowing you vote the vote the opposite because you're very traditional and a lot of ways traditional oughta ways. Monogamy? I don't know, man. I I think that I have I have to have allowances, and I realize with the next girl we have to have some exploratory stuff that we do. Yeah. Because the more I had I had the sexologist come on my other pug is that I haven't done but start doing erotica. But and she was explaining like, I was asking about how natural monogamy is know when the dopamine wears down. It's like you're just not as excited as per. How do you keep that going, and there are major differences between like the ma- the male are male sex drive is way different because biologically we're supposed to be running around, and like, you know, seating. But at the same time, it's like I wouldn't want my -nificant other doing that. And then I look at my friends who's like the whether they swing a little bit. Or they have like the the do creative things to keep that alive. I think I definitely. You have to find someone who's open. I think it will be really fucking fun to like explore that shit with someone who is being because I reme- is it all my God. It's such a bonding experience or my last my last girlfriends, and I remember like my ex fiance. Who was she was beautiful. She was like she was like pearla runway model. She was sweet, right? This is this. I was I was was before I was thirty. But it was like, you know, even like if porn got watched. It was like I was like crucified for shit like that. And I'm like, you know, no sex on screens now. Anyway, unless it's like someone sending me something specific now that's a lot of S's. No sex onscreen is sending me something's unless I'm doing it with a human being who I know who that is. But like, I'm not like amount like fucking parlaying my sex amount. Like, I'd wanna like indulge in sex addiction on like, you know, like we'll because you have an personality you have to be careful about that. I do have to be careful brainwash yourself to like, you know, kind of takes thrill out of it like in person and had going. A sex club or something. But I think that it would be I think the fun would be like, hey, like right off the bat is like like the mail is like this the females like this. And if you ignore when you're sick when that road is gonna split a little bit. Then the problem is your relationship starts to split. And I think it would be kinda cool and kind of fun to like integrate that into your relationship in a way where you guys like sort of support each other like that with it. And I and I don't know how for the person to like, yeah. Yeah. It's doable. It's I have friends who are like, you know, they get into that culture. They wanna watch the girl get fucked by someone else. I think that would you'd have to you know, you'd be bailing me out of jail the next it's just not your king. That's not my thing. But I don't know what I don't know what my kink would be. So you look for. So you could. Yeah. So that's the sort of things that I'm looking toward like, you know, if yeah, I feel like if you can at least at the beginning of the relationship when you think you wanna be in a relationship with somebody at least if the person can entertain those ideas and go and be open to them that is like, oh, it's the most freeing thing in the world because then you're like we can go anywhere from here to check in with each other hiding shit. Oh, the worst like hiding shits turn off to that would be that would out that on never do like, I'm never gonna wanna do something where I have to be like, I've, my friend. Jesse told me like he was like a told me this the other day in front of my for boarding school. He's like, he's got this girlfriend. They're like they've been in this long relationship..

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"one two years" Discussed on Guys We F****d

Guys We F****d

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on Guys We F****d

"The first two years are great. How am I with monogamy? Projecting onto you. But I would think it would be hard. It's hard for me. Actually, knowing you vote the I would vote the opposite because you're very traditional and a lot of ways traditional oughta ways. Monogamy? I don't know, man. I I think I have I have to have like allowances, and I realized like with the next girl we have to have some exploratory stuff that we do because the more like I had I had the sexologist come on my other the pug is that. I haven't done but him start doing again, the, oh, but and she was explaining like, I was asking about how natural monogamy is know when the dopamine wears down. It's like, you're just not as exciting zipper had how do you keep that going, and there are major differences between like the ma- the male are male sex drive is way different because biologically we're supposed to be running around, and like, you know, seating skill. But at the same time, it's like I wouldn't want my significant other doing that. And then I look at my friends who's like the whether they swing a little bit. Or they have like the the do creative things to keep that alive. I think I definitely. Have to find someone who's open. Yeah. And I think it will be really fucking fun to like explore that shit with someone who is being because I remember is it all my God. It's such a bonding experience or my last my last girlfriends, and I remember like my ex fiance. Who was she was beautiful. She was like she was like LA Perla runway model. She was those. Sweet right. This is and this. I was I was it was before I was thirty. But he was like, you know, even like if porn got watched. It was like I was like crucified for shit like that. And I'm sort of like, you know, no sex on screens now. Anyway, unless it's like someone sending me something specific now that's a lot of asses no sex onscreen, unless someone sending me something. No, unless I'm doing it with a human being who I know who that is. But like, I'm not like a Motte like fucking parlaying, my sex, a motley, I'd wanna like indulge in sex addiction on like, you know, like we'll because you have a negative personality. You have to be careful about that. I do have to be careful brainwash yourself to like, you know, kind of takes the thrill out of it like in person and how going. A sex club or something. But I think that it would be I think the fun would be like, hey, like right off the bat is like like the mail is like this the females like this, and if you ignore when you're sex when that road is going to split a little bit. Then the problem is your relationship starts to split..

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"one two years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:23 min | 3 years ago

"one two years" Discussed on KTOK

"The point is when rules don't matter. Whoever makes them whoever's rules. They are when they don't matter. Ask why have them? What is their what is their point? So we're we're we're in the midst of. A time where it seems like there is nothing to fall back on. I don't know if the rules have been changed for murder and rape. I don't know if we stop judging murder and rape. I guess that we kind of have stopped judging because our society has become very very much absorbed in the idea of remorse. You can do a lot. If you just express the proper amount of remorse. Didn't mean to do it. It's not who. I am. Not who I was. That's not what I do. Even though you just did it. And it is who you are. Ooh. But you have to do is express the proper amount of remorse, except if you are a conservative Republican, you express remorse in the world, you want an all it's gonna get you is a a bigger and bigger pile on. No forgiveness whatsoever. Nancy Pelosi by the way, has explained her shutdown strategy and just to remind you NBC news Wall Street Journal poll Pelosi's approval number at twenty seven or twenty eight percent her disapproval at forty eight percent. I think and yet if you watch the drive by media, you would think that the nation loves Pelosi. And if you look at the drive by polls, you was if forty eight percent of the people have lost faith in leadership. They've lost faith in the current direction the country now depending on who they're talking about. I can understand people thinking that. But the one thing the media doesn't know as they continue to blame me for the shutdown and throw my name out there with all these stories about it. And as they write stories on how you the Trump voters of America are abandoning him. It is abundantly clear they still to this day. Do not understand Trump. And they do not understand the people that voted for him. Or why? They haven't the foggiest idea or these stories that they're writing about people abandoning Trump would would cease about that. Let me make let me make an observation. Let's let's do a time line revision of this whole wall business. Let's take the first two years of Trump's term when the Republicans had the house and Republicans have the Senate do you recall, and I could be wrong about this. Do you recall a clamour daily anywhere on Twitter on Facebook anywhere from Trump voters? Where's the wall? Where's the wall? Where's the wall? You don't really? Just to just an observation. I mean there nobody was hell bent, largely because. They trusted Trump. On what building the wall met, they trusted that Trump remained committed to securing the border and not granting amnesty to everybody here already. Whether there was any talk of a wall or not, which is why people were patient. Trump voters were patient. So all during the first two years Trump is trying to repeal and replace ObamaCare. He's trying to d nuke the Norfolk's. He's trying to rearrange trade deals with the comms redoes NAFTA much more fair terms to the United States. He totally revamps American manufacturing puts more people back to work in this country than as a percentage have ever had jobs. He has improved working conditions and employment circumstances for women for African Americans and Hispanics who are all experiencing the lowest unemployment rates ever. Trump pulled us out of the Paris accords and refused to let the United States get taken again by United Nations world body under a bogus issue of climate change. So the Trump voting public was largely pleased. They were largely satisfied what they didn't like was this never ending incessant attempt to destroy Trump this silent coup being run by Obama's department of Justice and intelligence community with Robert Muller doing who knows what. They were livid as they learn the truth in the details about this effort to get rid of Trump to overturn the election results in during all of this. Trump voters were largely satisfied. With his performance, and he was keeping promises, and he was standing up to all of these people trying to take him out. He was engendering a lot of people very proud at him. And they were willing to go to the mat to defend him. No matter what. Then here comes the midterm elections in the Democrats win it, but Trump did everything he could to forestall he when I did all of those rallies. He's the hardest working guy in Washington the Republican side of the aisle, either by reality. Your perception dependent. He's doing all these rallies and many of the people he went out and rallied for got elected in the Senate and beat incumbent Democrats like in Missouri. So Trump's not taken any days off. He's not sloughing off. He's not phoning in. He hasn't given his supporters any reason to be unhappy with him he continues to tweet he calls out the left and the media for their rancid behavior. He gives his supporters countless reasons to cheer every day. Amidst their anger and rage ads the left and the media then despite Trump's effort single-handed efforts to maintain the house the Democrats win it. And is the Democrats do every December because we have these ongoing continuing resolutions the government was about to run out of money. So we needed to sign a continuing resolution to keep. The country running. And then it was reported that the president wanted money for the wall nest and a Democrats told him to go pound sand. It wasn't going to happen. The word leak that he was gonna sign that. But he wasn't going to sign it. But the word was the news was that. He was that got everybody riled up. And now we live in a world where the media says the Trump was on the way to signing it until I spoke up and a bunch of other people spoke up, and he changed his mind. He was never going decided. That's how the wall has become an issue not because of Trump's performance. Well, why didn't they push it? When the Republicans had two years unopposed there were other things. There were efforts made the Republican party of truth. Be known doesn't want a wall for the first nine months of Trump's administration Republican party thought he was going to be sent packing. They believed all this Russian garbage. I think we look back on it. It's stunning. What Trump has pulled off your what he's put up with. What he's triumphed over. And I don't think he's shown any sign of not believing anymore and border security, and I don't think his voters think he is betrayed them yet on this. I don't think Trump voters don't look at him as the problem. They don't look at him as the enemy. They don't look at him as a traditional politician breaking promises just the exact opposite. But the drive bys are just incapable. Of seeing Trump or you exactly as he. And you are let's take a brief timeout will come back and resume with the FOX people.

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