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Florida man arrested for hitting officer in head with skateboard

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Florida man arrested for hitting officer in head with skateboard

"Florida man authorities picked up Thursday in connection to the writing of the U. S. Capitol is facing four charges, including three felonies. The most serious charge that Grady Owens is facing has to do with assaulting or resisting an officer while using a deadly weapon and inflicting bodily harm. West News reports. Owens, who was a full sail university student, Allegedly hit an officer in the head with a skateboard, causing a concussion. Owens is being held without bond.

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Calories: What are they?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:00 min | Last month

Calories: What are they?

"Let's start with what a calorie is and how we know. How many calories of food contains a calorie is a unit of measure like an inch or a kilogram only instead of measuring length or wait a calorie measures energy. Technically a calorie is the amount of energy it takes to raise one gram of water by one degree celsius. Calories can be measured using something called a bomb calorie meter. Isn't that name. You might even have built a crude version of a bomb category meter in sixth grade science class. In broad strokes submerge in a bucket of water. And you put a thermometer in the water and then inside that submerged chamber you set something on fire. The heat generated by the combustion raises the temperature of the water in the bucket. And you can measure that with the thermometer. And then you can calculate the amount of energy or calories were in the thing that you said on fire so we used to use bomb calorimeters to calculate how many calories a given food contains these days. However it's much more common to estimate. The number of calories based on how much protein fat and carbohydrate food contains and those amounts can be determined through chemical analysis. Now when we're using the word calorie in relation to food by the way we are actually referring to kilocalories. Sometimes you'll see calories abbreviated as k cow. And that's what that refers to when we say that a food contains sixty calories. It really contains sixty thousand calories but all those zeros would be a pain to deal with. So just lop them off and believe me. This drives physicists. chemists absolutely nuts that. Why do we need to know how many calories food contains well when we they just food. We don't literally set it on fire in our stomachs but our bodies do release it's stored heat or energy and then we either use that energy to power our biological processes or if we've taken in more energy than we need we store it for future use if we habitually in more energy than we use we gain weight so we use calories as a guideline to determine how much food energy a person needs. We need enough to fuel growth and maintenance but not so much that we start storing a lot of fat there are calculators. I'm sure you've seen them. They can estimate your daily calorie needs taking into account your age sex height of activity level and then there are databases and labels to tell you how many calories are in foods however as james implies in his question. There are few problems with this system. First of all those calorie needs estimates. Can be way off. You can plug your details into an online calculator and be told that you use eighteen hundred and forty seven calories per day but look you need to take that number with a truckload of salt. Energy expenditure varies hugely from person to person. Even if you. And i are the exact same height weight age and sex and we do the exact same workout. You could burn four hundred calories more or less than i do. Every day and energy needs can also be affected by genetics body composition hormones drugs and a million other factors and moving targets and just to make the whole situation just a little bit more ridiculous. Those readouts on your treadmill peleton fit. Watch or diet tracker that. Tell you how many calories you burn doing. Various activities are only slightly more accurate than asking the magic eight ball. But wait. there's more calorie counts for foods are also not as reliable as you think those numbers that are listed in your calorie counting app represent average values foods so even if you are measuring or weighing your food with great precision well. This apple may be a little bit sweeter than average. That banana might be a little less ripe. This not might have a little bit more fat. Even for packaged and processed foods. The calorie count. That's shown on the nutrition. Facts label is just an average of variation of plus or minus. Ten percent of that value would not be at all surprising. Secondly those calorie counts are estimated using formulas that may or may not be one hundred percent reliable it was recently discovered for example but the standard formulas that were in use for most of the last hundred years. Were overestimating the amount of energy that we humans are great from nuts. More modern methods suggests that owens for example provide about twenty percent less energy or fewer calories than we previously thought

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Nearly 300 kidnapped Nigerian girls released

Frank Beckmann

00:39 sec | Last month

Nearly 300 kidnapped Nigerian girls released

"Ah, Mass Kidnapping in Nigeria ends with hundreds of girls being set free. Boxes. Simon Owens Reports. Governor of Nigeria's Some Forest state says 279 girls kidnapped from a boarding school last week have all been released have bean emotional family reunions. Let's go describes the kidnappers arriving at night is the Children slept? She says. They pointed guns at our heads. The governor says the girls were freed after authorities received help from what he calls repentant bandits. It's the latest in a spate of kidnappings at

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Frankfort Pizzeria Owner Sued in Chicago, Accused Of Using Secret Shoe Camera To Record Upskirt Videos Of Teen Waitresses

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Frankfort Pizzeria Owner Sued in Chicago, Accused Of Using Secret Shoe Camera To Record Upskirt Videos Of Teen Waitresses

"Pizzeria owner is being sued, accused of using secret shoe cameras to record videos of the skirts of his teenage waitresses. Michael Papandrea Owens Partners ons would stone pizza in Frankfurt as well as to other restaurants. He was arrested and charged criminally in the case last year. New civil lawsuit, filed on behalf of eight alleged victims, says Papandrea required young servers and hostesses to wear skirts. Lawyers also claimed police recently found thousands of upskirt images on a restaurant hard drive, revealing as many as 500 victims over the past decade.

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'Righting wrongs': Congress is taking another look at reparations for slavery

WBZ Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

'Righting wrongs': Congress is taking another look at reparations for slavery

"Says it plans to take another look at the idea of providing reparations to black Americans. HR 40. The bill that aims to study and develop reparations was first introduced in 1989 and now over 30. Years later, the bill is receiving a new spotlight in Washington. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee. This commission will probe into the facts of the longstanding impact disparities that that slavery brought about in this country. Utah representative Burgess Owens claimed the measure wouldn't do enough for black Americans. It is also unfair and heartless to give black Americans the hope that this is a reality I could Jackie ABC News Washington

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This newspaper chain pivoted to digital subscriptions, and it's working

The Business of Content

09:51 min | 2 months ago

This newspaper chain pivoted to digital subscriptions, and it's working

"The last fifteen years not been kind to the local news industry with thousands of newspapers either reducing staff or closing down entirely but not all newspapers have been affected equally and some of the hardest hit chains were owned by hedge funds and private equity firms that had no actual interest in investing in journalism. Family owned newspaper. Seemed to have fared better. And that seems to be the case for form. Communications a chain of newspapers and other media outlets situated in the mid west a few years ago. The company's newspapers rolled out a digital subscription model and so far it seems to be performing above expectations. I recently interviewed stephanie. Shorter forums chief digital marketing officer about the gargantuan amount of work that went into this pivot and what strategies resulted in the most success before we jump into the view. I wanna talk about a recent article published on my newsletter. I went deep on the company called blocks group. It started out. As a cryptocurrency events company before launching a thriving podcast network that generates millions of dollars in revenue both founders walk me through how grew the business and their plans to build a crypto focus news organization. There's only one way to read analysis like this and it's by subscribing to my substance newsletter. Go to simon's dot sub stack dot com that simon owen stott sub stacked dot com or. Just google the word. Simon owens and newsletter. Okay onto my interview with stephanie. Hey stephanie thanks for joining us. Yeah thanks so much for having me simon. So you work for immediate chain called forum communications Tell me a little bit about that. Like where is it. What kind of media properties doesn't own. And how long has it been around cell phone. Communications is a family owned media company. We've been around since eighteen seventy eight Were actually located in the upper midwest. So we have properties in north dakota south dakota wisconsin and minnesota Our headquarters is in fargo. North dakota And we have twenty plus print and digital news brands all throughout the midwest as some broadcast and commercial print divisions as well and that's completely family owned as opposed to you know somebody's larger chains that are owned by private equity like this is like a longtime family owned newspaper oil. It's not just newspapers but mainly a newspaper chain. That's exactly right. It's a sixth generation family on media company. So it's been owned or operated by family all throughout its ownership so you were brought in as its first chief digital marketing officer correct like why did they build that role for you. Yeah that's correct so a while. Back a bunch of executives were sitting around a table and really talking about what the future of the company looked like and They knew that they needed to create a digital subscription model. But they weren't exactly sure where to begin and so brought in a consultant who used to work at the new york times and she came in and started to give some advice and she said well first off Where's your marketing department. And they all sort of looked around the room at each other and they said well we don't have one and she's like well that's step one so They followed her advice and they posted a role for chief digital marketing officer. And that's gonna wear my role came to be. And what was your background like you. Didn't you didn't work newspapers before. Did you know this was completely new for me. So i previously worked in the healthcare benefits space. But i was in marketing. Their i was. Vp of marketing for local healthcare benefits company and Really just took a leap of faith after meeting with the the people at the form. Communications office And really loved what i heard about what they wanted to do. And decided to really switch gears with my career and it was really great decision and and basically kind of you know the even though you weren't in media this was about like kind of product tising and and selling something directly to consumers so it's sort of like fit within. Still within your purview. Of of what you knew about right exactly so my previous role Prior to coming to form communications was all about selling a product to consumers and so This really isn't all that different. The the product has changed And what i really like about it. Is i find it a little bit more mission driven a little bit more purposeful and can really get behind the the why of what we're doing and Yeah that's always really appealed to me. Tell me about your first few months in the role. How did you get the lay of the land and begin building strategy for the expansion into the digital subscriptions so i would say the first few months was really like drinking out of a firehose as they say it was being thrown into a lot of new things that i didn't know a whole lot about And so i was really guided by. Just what i did know to be true. Which is everything about how to market something to consumers and the the biggest challenge there is we had previously been giving our content away for free online and now we were heading to this model where we weren't going to be doing that anymore. And so the biggest thing to figure out was how can you move from giving away your content for free to starting to ask people to pay for that content and we decided that the biggest the biggest strategy there is. We need to invest in content. And we need to invest in our products. And so that's what we did. And media's is kind of like a really weird industry that's not like a lot of other industries in the sense that like the people who are building the cord core product. Which is the editorial or kind of weirdly separated from the business side in different ways and they're all kinds of different ethics rules in different stuff like that like. Did you feel like you need to educated on like how media company works as opposed to like pure consumer products company. I did there. There was a little bit a friction at i. Just you know with some of the decisions that you have to make about for instance what you put behind the pay wall. No one when there's an extreme community safety story how do you handle that. From an ethical standpoint you want people to be able to access that kind of content and so a big part of the early days. My role was sitting down with people in the newsroom. Inter division and just understanding how they operate and what decisions they have to make and then how does the pay wall change any of that if if it does so. What are some of the major hurdles that a legacy newspaper chain has to consider that a like a brand new digital site. Like my the one that i run like doesn't have to think about like you had to figure out how to take these princip scrubbers in these legacy systems and and combine them with a paywall which is from a logistical standpoint. That's pretty difficult to do right. It is quite difficult in fact I would say the most challenging piece of all was just the technology component of everything so we had like you said legacy systems and then we needed to integrate that with all of these other systems that were newer so that the email platform the paywall platform obviously and so many other pieces and when we were grappling with all of that we actually secured help from another consultant. Who used to work at nasa. He's really bright. Guy really has a good hand on technology and he helped us draw out. This integration map. And he's drawing all these lines from one platform to another and it just looks like this giant messy web on a sheet of paper and he looks up at all of us and he says this is complicated and you know if the guy from nasa complicated it's complicated and so that was by far the most challenging part and it's never ending. I mean every time we had a new system integration and that's the part that really a keeps us up at night sometimes and did you have to overhaul the whole website or was there just like a way to just put some key. Take some kind of membership or subscription platform and just put it over the website. I wouldn't say we had to overhaul the website but we made the decision that we wanted to because again we were going from this state of giving away our content for free to suddenly asking people to pay for a product that we weren't previously asking them to pay for and so we wanted to make sure that we are improving that product and improving the discover ability of the content. That people wanted And so we decided to before even beginning to implement the paywall. Create a plan for redesigning all of our network of news sites that sort of step one and then from there. We felt good about launching that paywall on top of them and so prior to launching. I'm guessing that you were kind of projecting convey conversion rates like how. How quickly did you hope to acquire new digital subscribers to where it would make up a significant part of your business at least prior to launching. We really didn't know what exactly to expect. you know. we had talked to others in the space and they they had shared stories of pretty decent growth in the first few months but pretty low expectations overall. Just as you grapple with all the challenges of implementing a new model like this and so we just sort of set an arbitrary goal of ten thousand digital subscribers in the first year It wasn't really super scientific. We just felt like that seemed like a reasonable goal for our entire network of sites and then we wound up tripling that in the first year and so we who either really underestimated our goal or we really Did surprisingly well for what we set out to do. But i'm gonna hope it's the second one. Yeah so ten thousand subscribers across twenty different newspapers Seems like a reasonable goal. That you

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Wakanda-set TV series in the works from Ryan Coogler

/Film Daily

01:16 min | 2 months ago

Wakanda-set TV series in the works from Ryan Coogler

"Let's jump into some news chris. Something very big just hit the news waves. I don't even know what the wire hit the news waves. I like yeah. Let's go hit the news wire of seconds before we started recording this episode. Why don't you tell what's going on. In the world of disney plus and the marvel cinematic universe sure so proximity media which is a company. That ryan kugler owens with several other people just signed an exclusive five-year. Tv deal with disney to develop Various tv shows for various tv banners. And there's already one in the works and it's a pretty big one and it's tv show set in the world of kanda which is of course. The the the country from ryan kugler is black panther and of course rikers also directing a black panther too for for disney and in addition to that We don't really have specific details. But in the press release ryan. Cougar mentioned that he's working on Select mcu shows so it sounds like he's not just working on a black panther spinoff tv series. He's working on various. Mcu shows for disney and disney

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President Biden calls for unity in Inauguration Day message

Mark Thompson

01:39 min | 3 months ago

President Biden calls for unity in Inauguration Day message

"Ronn Owens simply put. I feel so much better about this country today better than I felt in the last four years. It's not the president Biden is on evident by any means. But he is genuine. His calls for unity and respect our sincere and much needed. I think you made an excellent gesture yesterday when he promised he would be president for all Americans, saying, I will fight his hard for those who didn't support me as those who did. What a breath of fresh air Unlike Trump, Biden doesn't approach politics is a blood sport. As he said in his inaugural address. Politics doesn't have to be a raging fire, destroying everything in its path. Every disagreement doesn't have to be cause for total war. Watching the laying of the wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Yesterday, I was struck by the unity exemplified by the presence of three of the living. Former presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton joined Biden and Vice President Harris for the traditional Inauguration day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, of course, have been political disagreements between them over the years, but it's important to note how they've risen above them and shown the United for the country. Last night, I interviewed Kate Anderson Brower, author of Team of five, the President's Club in the age of Trump. She did in depth research and the most exclusive club in the world. Exploring how former presidents stay in touch with one another, and at times offer their advice to their successors. She made it clear that no matter what Trump wouldn't be a member after leaving office And it wouldn't be because of his political beliefs, but his lack of character it somehow, you know that when he finishes his term or terms, Joe Biden will be

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Storytellers: Lorraine Hansberry

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:27 min | 3 months ago

Storytellers: Lorraine Hansberry

"Today's storyteller was a playwright and activist. Who stories centered. African american working class families despite tragically short career. She became the first black woman to have a play produced on broadway half a century later her work remains one of the most celebrated snapshots of black struggles and black joy. Here's the story of lorraine hands berry lorraine hands berry was born on may nineteenth nineteen thirty on the south side of chicago. Her father carl. Augustus was a prominent figure. Within the city's black community having founded one of the first african american banks growing up lorraine and her three older siblings played host to a number of famous people including langston hughes. Wabc boys duke ellington and olympic gold. Medalist jesse owens. Despite their middle class status and cultural connections the hands berries were still subject to chicago's deeply ingrained. Housing segregation agreements known as restrictive covenants were widespread throughout the city. White property owners could collectively agree not to sell to african americans. This practice created a ghetto known as the black belt which ran through the south side when lorraine was eight years old. Her father secretly bought a home. In one of the so-called restricted heads in nineteen thirty seven when the family moved in a white mob attacked a brick was thrown through the window narrowly missing lorraine the local homeowners association filed an injunction for the hands berries to vacate lorraine her siblings were chased spat and beaten during their walks to and from school the supreme court of illinois doubled down on the legality of the restrictive covenant. And the hands. Berries were forced out of their home eventually the. Us supreme court overruled this ruling on a technicality. Thirty blocks subsequently opened up to black families across the south side while this ruling and the hands fight did not outlaw restrictive covenants. It did signal. The beginning of the end for the practice lorraine attended. Chicago's englewood high school where she became interested in theatre. She initially attended the university of wisconsin. Where she cut her teeth with the communist party but left after two years in one thousand nine hundred fifty lorraine moved to new york to be a writer by nineteen fifty one lorraine had found a home in harlem and began socializing with many of the great thinkers who had once visited her family back in chicago. She started writing for paul robeson freedom a progressive newspaper at a protest against racial discrimination at new york university lorraine met robert number off a jewish writer. They married at her family home in chicago. In nineteen fifty three in nineteen. Six robert co wrote the hit song. Cindy oh cindy it's prophets allowed lorraine to stop working to focus on writing. She began developing a play that she initially called. The crystal stair langston hughes poem mother to son she would later changed the name to a raisin in the sun. This too was from a langston hughes poem called harlem. What happens to a dream deferred. Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun or faster like a sore and then run a raisin in the sun centers on a black working class family in chicago south side as they try to improve their financial situation. The patriarch of the family has died and a ten thousand dollar insurance payout is imminent they the money to buy a house in the cheaper all white neighborhood nearby to they use it to invest in a liquor store and education lorraine based many of the characters on the families who rented from her father and with whom she attended high school the cast safer one character was entirely black lorraine was in her twenties and the play itself dealt with racism life in chicago's black belt and the pain of assimilation into white culture topics that were considered risky for the predominantly white theater. Going crowd it took over a year to raise enough money to put the play up. When it debuted in nineteen fifty-nine a raisin in the sun was the first play written by a black woman to be produced on broadway and the first to be led by an african american director lorraine was twenty nine years old. The play was an almost instant. Hit the new york drama critics circle named it. The best play of the year just five months after its broadway debut arisen in the son of in london's west end in nineteen sixty one. A film starring much of the original cast was released and several of the actors received golden globe. Nominations perhaps the most important element of the play success was that entailing box stories. Lorraine also make theater accessible and previously unimaginable ways as the writer. James baldwin noted. I had never in my life seen so many black people in the theater and the reason was that never before in the entire history of the american theatre had so much of the truth of black people's lives and seen on the stage. Black people had ignored the theatre because the theatre had always ignored them lorraine would go on to finish in stage. Just one other. Play the sign in sidney bruce. Deans window about a jewish intellectual the play which explored themes of homosexuality and the bohemian lifestyle. Debuted to mixed reviews in nineteen sixty four. It ran for just over one hundred performances closing on january twelfth. Nineteen sixty five. That's same day. Lorraine hanbury died of pancreatic cancer. She was thirty four years old. After lorraine's death. Her ex husband robert had several of her plays produced posthumously to be young gifted and black became an autobiographical work. Drawing on lorraine's letters interviews and journal entries the title came from a nineteen sixty four speech of lorraine's when she spoke to the winners of a united negro fund writing competition. She said speech though. It be thrilling marvellous thing to be merely young and gifted in such times it is doubly so w dynamic to be young gifted and black

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Okay ladies and gentlemen. We are rolling into another episode of the candace. Owens shout up really early right not bad at four thirty in the morning. Not that early here that you just said not that early four thirty in the morning completely crazy completely crazy for their in the morning is early by everybody standard. Who has not been in the military. I'll tell you that right. So four thirty in the morning is incredible. Time to get up early time to get up and can tell you what's interesting about that. I read an article about the habits The they basically interviewed the most successful of billionaires. Maybe like ten billionaires and tried to from just the way they live their lives to grow. What things that they all had in common and number one thing was waking up early. All of them got up at like four thirty in the morning. You're push back on that all the time people tell me it's healthy people. Then there's books about how unhealthy it is. And and and you'll know thing is and i put this out all the time. There's a single mom. There's single moms all over the place. Single dads out there. That are getting up at three o'clock in the morning so they can do their first shift at work in a diner somewhere as a waitress when they get done with that. They're coming home taking their kids to school. Then they're going after their second job doing whatever and at night. They're doing their third job. So i have the luxury i have the luxury of getting up early in the morning and i get up early in morning workout and time for myself. That's a luxury for me. There's plenty of people that wake up earlier than that because they have to and hopefully people that have that attitude. Over time they'll be able to work themselves out of that position where they can actually get up because they want to as a canadian. This show is hilarious. Do not just yours politics of america. Wow you guys are dramatic film longest running. I don't know if it's a sitcom or if it's under some it's very days of our lives. General hospital almost a little spanish so very soap opera. Why is she yelling for no reason. You know what i mean. I know i always say that. I'm like what is the perception. Outside of the walls of america on what's going on here because like you turn on the tv and it is just so theatrical you You can't compete with our real life here. There's no point in making soap operas. There's no point in making broadway's because we are living it every single day here now. America's musical man great and then ward shows and like like the other day with michelle williams. What we were talking about. I had an abortion. But now i have this piece of plastic like i was wondering what planet we were on so for people that are watching us. You didn't watch the golden globes either. I just then went to go find clips because ricky job as was just so amazing in roasting the room but there is michelle williams who is an actress who accepted an award for something And she goes up and she probably acting she gets a little statue for something gets a little statue and she gives this speech which was pro abortion and she basically said i would have never earned this inanimate object if i did not kill my baby and get an abortion years ago and the room broke out into applause for the speech and there were crying and i'm just like hella crazy. You're crazy people. You like the same people that are like tim. Allen did cocaine in the eighties. Who didn't from what i know. And they hate him because of that or like. Kill the babies. It was just weird. I was literally just like this is. This is the twilight zone is this is why people think hollywood is just like an infestation at this point because i was like what a bizarre thing like you murder your child for an inanimate object supposed to be celebrating that in saying how about saying you know what you got even if you've got an abortion you can still be pro-life and that assistance that i take because it's it's it's less black and white it's less you kill the baby. You're a murderer that doesn't work. That's the same kind of stuff the left does on the other side. If i believe in my position and i do that it's a life. How about saying. I know that you can. It can be very confusing when you're young and you're told that your whole life's gonna get ruined if you get pregnant she missiles and you could make a decision but you you can change your mind. There's so much there so so first off partly why the left is always screaming is they. Don't know really what they're starting point is so so people on the right. Generally if you're if you're an american you believe in individual rights you believe every single person regardless of their skin color sexuality or gender babo should have the same exact right on the left. You sort of have this idea that the state is kinda supposed to do a lot of stuff and then the disagreement is how much it should do. So the best way. I can explain. This is if you think back the two thousand sixteen election. It was like if you picture you know marco and crews and trump up there. They didn't have massive substantive issues. They had issues about personality. So trump was your little marco. And you're lying ted this one and blah blah blah. But they didn't but they sort of all believe in the constitution. They all believe that. America's funniest if you look at where the democrats have been for the last couple of years..

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Noah Cyrus Apologizes for Using Racially Offensive Term While Defending Harry Styles Against Candace Owens

The Breakfast Club

04:10 min | 4 months ago

Noah Cyrus Apologizes for Using Racially Offensive Term While Defending Harry Styles Against Candace Owens

"Thousand volt would address on it conservative. Firebrand candace owens who is black contrary to popular belief. She's black that made her tweet out. There is no society that can survive without strong in the east knows this in the west steady feminization of our men at the same time. That marxism is being taught. Our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men. Of course that made social media go crazy because not too. Many people starve to catch fish. Like candace owens okay. She really owns your soul. Because you all can't help but respond to her. Have you heard the saying he who angles you control you. Well turn that into a she and esau candidates she who angers you control you and she absolutely controls you all because she makes you also angry that you have to say something to her. She can get a rise out of any and everybody. It is truly a gif okay. She proved that yet again. Because harry styles responded to her posting pick of himself in a powder blue suit eaten a banana with the caption bring back manly men and is replied when people try to tell me. I don't have influence then. Harry styles dedicates an entire post in my tweet. She's right and that leads to noah cyrus on her i g story. Wednesday noah shared a photo of harry's thousand address with the caption. He wears this dress better than any of you. Nappy assholes now. I'm not the highest grade in dispensary okay. I'll tell you. I tell you this all the time but i thought it was universally known in acknowledged that a white person calling a black person. Nappi was a no go okay. The last time. I heard a white person put nappy in holes in the same sentence publicly with don imus referred to the mostly black rutgers university email basketball team backing like oh six. Oh seven As nappy head. Nappy headed and he got his ass. Handed him over that. Okay recipes. Don imus i think he's dead. I know is only twenty. But i find it hard to believe. She didn't know what she was saying. Okay she apologized and said. I am mortified that i use the term without knowing the context and history but i know now am horrified and truly sorry i would never use it again. Thank you for educating educating me. I in no way meant to offend anyone. I am sorry. Now here's the thing we all say things we regret. We all go too far at times. Trust me i notice is charlemagne to god talking. Okay leonard you know. I've said some wild insensitive inappropriate stuff in my day. Yes when you heard someone and i wasn't giant tension. You apologize if you didn't know that what you were saying was offensive and insensitive. You apologize but the question. I have for young. No aspires is if he didn't mean for it to be offensive. In what did you intend for it to. Okay it's hard for me to believe that you didn't know the context in history of that word. Clearly you knew it was an insult. Nappy assholes is very specific so specific that. I can't even remember the last time i used it. Nappy is not in my vocabulary. Okay maybe because i'm ball headed i don't know but i don't use that word last time. I use it out. Probably quoting stretched from naughty by nature. When i was watching them the uptown anthem video in the god said the naughty nappy. Nasty nasty trashy whole happy pappy. That's happy to be nappy happy. Belated by the way to try to turn fifty tomorrow. The story is nappy as unique. Were okay when you pull it out without. Asked the us against the black towards him in that way is kinda hard to say. You didn't know what the hell you was talking about. But i digress. Not judging you not trying to beat up on you just trying to keep you and other white folks for making this mistake see. You can't say racially insensitive things. The black folks even if said black person is someone. A particular group of black people doesn't like and black people. You may not like candace owens but she still black whether you think she realizes it so. Don't let this fly just because you don't like candace. Owens is not okay for a white person to be referring to a black woman as one nappy into a ho. please give noah styles. The biggest yaw

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Kevin Owens Says He's "The Guy" To Take Roman Reigns

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00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Kevin Owens Says He's "The Guy" To Take Roman Reigns

"Have kevin owens defeating use. Oh via disqualification used a steel chair. Owens confront rains and use. Oh backstage telling rains that for someone who insists family's important. He searches family like crap. Raines told usa to fix the fact. That owens not look at universal champion with fear and they had a great match. I thought it was my match the night to be honest with you ended with a d. q. And ended with. Kevin owens being the sheriff j staring into the screen saying roman. Are you watching

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GSA designates Joe Biden "apparent winner," enabling official transition

Mark Thompson

04:15 min | 5 months ago

GSA designates Joe Biden "apparent winner," enabling official transition

"And so more than two weeks after the major networks declared Joe Biden, the winner of the presidential election, Emily Murphy finally did what she should have done back on November 7th when Biden's victory became apparent. Now. Emily Murphy is a heretofore unknown federal government employee who is the head of the General Services Administration. It is her job to sign off on Biden's win, which allows the presidential transition to officially begin. It permits current Trump Administration agency officials to coordinate with the incoming Biden team and provides millions of dollars in government funding for the transition. If you've listened to the Ron Owens report in recent weeks, you know I was not in Emily Murphy side when it came there doing her one big job. It doesn't seem that difficult aspect. She said she needed only to ascertain that Biden is the apparent winner of the election. And yet somehow she delayed it up until yesterday, forcing hundreds of people joining the new Biden administration to work without government paid assistance. Hmm. That sounds very trump here. I mean, seriously. Despite Biden's clear victory, she stalled in her letter, finally initiating the formal transition process. Murphy said she had not been pressured by the White House to delay the transition and did not make a decision out of fear or favoritism. She wrote, And I quote, please. No, I came to my decision independently based on the law and available fax. Yeah, of course she did. She's neutrals sort of. I mean, she was appointed by President Trump and unsuccessfully tried to be on his transition team in 2016. And every day she delayed making the obvious choice made it more difficult for Joe Biden to put his people in place and work towards a smooth transition to the new administration. In effect, she allowed the delay to possibly be used by enemies of the United States like Russia, who thrive on making countries chaotic. Bottom line. I don't believe her, but at least now her 15 minutes are up. As for Trump Well, he tweeted now that he's not conceding and plans to move full speed ahead with his various legal cases challenging what he calls the most corrupt election in American political history. So we continue to witness the torture. It's vindictive, classless strategy of the president, making his successor's job more difficult from day one. It's almost criminal. Will Rogers sure never met Donald Trump. I admit I'm still enjoying the pain look of Trump. It makes you wonder. Could he actually believe that he won, Huh? Come on, man. No, but the way he's not carrying himself might make future government officials and everyday bosses think twice before surrounding themselves with sick of fence. Is there any doubt that in speaking with foreign leaders who called him out of obligation, he did all he could to poison the water for Biden, his scorched earth way of handling defeat. Go down in history as the classic example of hubris and Pettiness. I'll be watching with great interest how true Republican senators in Congress members deal with him. Now they no longer will have the power to directly make their lives miserable. A few weeks ago, I was pretty convinced that Trump would keep the GOP in this corner for the next four years by offering daily critiques of anything Biden does. I hope the media would wake up and see how they've been consistently manipulated by Trump and punish him by not reporting every word he speaks. Now, though, you know last week or so I'm watching some of the Republican senators who repeated his Bs open up a bit. And veteran Watergate reporter called. Bernstein has now released a list of 21 Republican senators who in private, have repeatedly expressed extreme contempt for Trump and his fitness for office. Maybe by 2024. His own party might reject his bed for a rematch. Meanwhile, is the first round of Biden administration nominations a release. It's clear that by this choosing people who are indisputably X Spurs in their fields over bigger names and democratic politics. There'll be very little on the job training needed for senior members of Biden's White House, as CNN reported. The simple act of hiring people qualify for their jobs is in itself a rejection of the Trump model, which installed donors, right wing ideologues and inexperienced allies into positions of power in some instances, The express purpose of undermining the institutions they were meant to lead, so we'll find ourselves with a very competent yet a times boring new president and a faceless cabinet. After all we've been through these last four years. Doesn't that sound

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For Immigrants, Election Promises Relief From An 'Atmosphere Of Terror'

Morning Edition

04:21 min | 5 months ago

For Immigrants, Election Promises Relief From An 'Atmosphere Of Terror'

"Communities? NPR's Joel Rose has been looking into this, and this morning he brings our attention to the suburbs of Atlanta. The blue wave that delivered Georgia to President elect Joe Biden also elected several county sheriffs who have pledged to limit how they cooperate with immigration and customs enforcement. Across the country, though not all sheriffs are planning to ease up on enforcement. For For years, years, years, immigrants immigrants immigrants immigrants in in in the the the the suburbs suburbs suburbs suburbs suburbs of of of of of of Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta lived lived lived lived lived lived in in in in in in fear fear fear fear fear fear that that that that that that a a a a a a routine routine routine routine routine routine traffic traffic traffic traffic traffic traffic stop stop stop stop stop stop would would would would would would lead lead lead lead lead lead to to to to to to deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation as as as as as as today today today today today today Shasha Shasha Shasha Shasha Shasha Shasha Hani Hani Hani Hani Hani Hani is is is is is is with with with with with with Project Project Project Project Project Project South South South South South South and and and and and and advocacy advocacy advocacy advocacy advocacy advocacy group group group group group group there, there, there, there, there, there, it it it it it it created created created created created created an an an an an an atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere of of of of of of terror. terror. terror. terror. terror. terror. Or Or Or Or Or Or immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant communities communities communities communities communities communities going going going going going going about about about about about about their their their their their their lives, lives, lives, lives, lives, lives, Advocates Advocates Advocates Advocates Advocates Advocates say. say. say. say. say. say. This This This This This This is is is is is is how how how how how how the the the the the the deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation pipeline pipeline pipeline pipeline pipeline pipeline has worked and immigrant gets pulled over and detained often for driving without a license or insurance. Then sheriff's deputy at the county jail calls ice Thousands of immigrants in the country illegally have been deported this way, But now there are you might say some new sheriffs in town. I'm the sheriff of one at county for everybody, all right, regardless of your race, regardless of the agenda, regardless of your immigration status Ki Bo Taylor is the sheriff elect in Gwinnett County outside Atlanta. He's a Democrat and the first black man ever elected to the job. Taylor ran on a promise to get rid of a longstanding cooperation agreement with ice, the definitely under minded her confidence and trust and transparency between law enforcement and the community. Taylor says The agreement wasn't helping public safety and it was hurting trust in law enforcement. In a county where more than one in four residents was born outside the U. S. He's pledged to get rid of it on day one. That is correct. That is my plan. Yes, it is. The 2020 election is expected to usher in a major shift in immigration enforcement. On the federal level. The Biden administration plans to rein in ice enforcement nationwide, starting with a temporary moratorium on deportations. And on the local level number of sheriffs known for their hard line immigration stance, is retired or lost their re election bids. Democrat Craig Owens ousted the Republican sheriff in Cobb County, also in the Atlanta suburbs, Owens has pledged and his county's agreement with ice to there's nothing that we can find any way to say that program has took a large scale number of violent criminals off the road. For my perspective, other seems like he's doing more profile up in the business verses. Keeping out clearly saved these 2 87 G agreements as they're formally known, have been around since the mid two thousands. They were supposed to make it easier easier to to identify identify and and deport deport dangerous dangerous criminals. criminals. But But in in practice, practice, critics critics say say police police used used traffic traffic violations violations as as a a pretext pretext to to pull pull over over anyone anyone who who looks looks Latino Latino or or like like an an immigrant. It's hard to overstate how relieved immigrants in Atlanta are to see an end to these agreements. Adelina Nicholls is the director of the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights. We are so so happy we were crying here at the office. Waiting for the results of the election. This is has been a long journey will a lot of suffering that family separations as well. But not all immigrant communities are heaving a sigh of relief. Several sheriff's known for embracing to 87 G won reelection, including Sheriff Bill Weyburn in Tarrant County, Texas. Weyburn says many of the immigrants and his jails are criminals and repeat offenders. Here. He is at the White House last year. If we have to turn them loose, or they get released. They're coming back to your neighborhood. In my neighborhood. These drunks will run over your Children and they will run over my Children. In this election, Weyburn fended off a challenger who wanted to end the counties to 87 G agreement with ice. So did another hardliner, bobbed Walt eerie. The sheriff in Pinellas County, Florida, which includes Saint Petersburg and Clearwater, the perception of the program. Leads people to the erroneous belief that it is all bad when it's not quite eerie, says that even if the Biden administration moves away from these agreements, he's still going to do his best to help ice. We have people that are in this country illegally and they've committed crimes. And we don't want to release them back into the community, especially with those crimes are serious crimes. Federal immigration enforcement might change next year. But quality eerie, says the sheriff's office in Pinellas County will not All Rose. NPR news. At the beginning of next

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"I gave you ms katie hopkins. I think one of the things. That's really important right now. Is the sense that people have never felt so lonely. People have never felt so on. You know on their own. You've been uninvited from things you have family members not speaking to. You ought to find another synagogue perhaps Some of your own family at no longer wanting you to come to events And i'm here to tell you that none of that's true. I'm here to tell you that you're not on your own. You aren't couldn't be less lonely because we are many and we are strong in number and when we stand together and we raw our voice is really are heard. And i can say this to you. Personally if you're an american is the reason. I'm here in your country and i broke into this country it because i need you because we are looking to you for hope we need you to stand up for all that is bright and you are fighting for the light and europe looks to you for hope and together we will make a last stand for all that is right and my final play. They said if you don't do that if you don't stand a fight i will come and find you and i have a special set of skills and i will take you down and that is my promised to you. Do you know how much my husband's going to love. that ending. heats is one of his favourite. It's like one of his favorite movie. I have a special set of skill to have a special. Thank you guys for watching the latest episode of the candace owens show. I hope you guys enjoyed the conversation as much as i did. As many of you guys already know prager you is a five. Oh one c three nonprofit organization which means we need your help to keep all of our content free to the public. Please consider making a tax deductible donation. Today i would really appreciate your support..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

07:52 min | 5 months ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Which will be good. It was like chiapas chiapas. Galvin's you've been trying to get you for you know we have we've not. We're not often the same but we got you here now. So okay we're ready. Are we spending that okay. Ladies and gentlemen. We are rolling into another episode of the candace owens show and i am so excited about the guests that i have in today. i i saw this person speaking in palm beach florida and to this day i say that the speech that was giving remains the most impactful speech in my political career in terms of inspiring me. to really get concerned about american politics and the direction which the american discourse is treading and ironically. This person is not american to make me feel so patriotic. Katie hopkins also known as the biggest bitch and brin quite reuss quite. Give him the. I'm actually kind of small quite small and so this kind of reputation for being a monster and so when people meet me. They're always kind of disappointed by tiny i am. That's really funny. Because when i met you. I met you and i was small. I was small fish in a big pond. You're much much bigger than me. And i always actually judge people by how they treated me then Because some people were incredibly rude and dismissive and other people were so friendly. And you were the nicest person in the entire world. Oh you were you were. You are supposed to be doing this for me and you actually gave just an incredible speech. That really moved me At this time brexit had not had not yet taken place and you talked about sort of just the deterioration of your country over time. You served your country. i won't talk about. I want to start there and talk about why you were on american soil. You know trying to get americans to realize how important this fight was offer the values of their country. So it's been quite a bit of time. I guess on the road us back warning americans to not become like britain. Do not fall as we have fallen. I was we were. Britain is a long way down a dark road. That i didn't want american come anywhere near and so i guess when you and i probably. I made contact. It was way back. Then when i started warning. People don't become like britain and and the kind of strangeness of that message is that i may massive patriot. I went to university and i was sponsored by the intelligence corps at my father. Says i must have got someone else's offer. Because i couldn't go on my own and then i went through the royal military academy sandhurst To become an officer in the british army and was given a thirty five year. Regular commission in the intelligence corps said that was. The plan was thirty. five years. Intelligence corps serve my country. So i love my country but to get to a point them when you go into america to warn people not to become like my country is a kind of a journey and for various reasons. Eventually i had to leave the army. Because i was also epileptic. I think i might be one of the first epileptics to make it through the royal military academy and i've realized in my infinite wisdom as i've got older more degenerate and mortar mortar. That actually an epileptic with a semiautomatic weapon might not have been my finest idea in the history of mankind. So i had to leave the military which i think is my calling and hence began fighting in a different way so that fight was then in the media. I became somewhat known because i had worked for five years in manhattan. I lived in the east village on madison avenue. I saw a really brilliant program over here. Could the apprentice donald trump. And so when i went back to the uk. I thought. Well i'll go on that show. And so i went on the british apprentice. I got to the end and then fired. are equivalent of donald trump little lord. Sugar short man never never worked for short persons one of my rules so i fired the guy that ran the apprentice and then i became known so i started fighting back for my country in the media. And that's i guess when our party eventually cross right so what were you seeing happened. Happening in in the uk in in britain. That made you go something. I feel like i'm losing my country. What was it to start with. It was very on the outside of stuff you know. I had an opinion on many things. And i think unlike other people who want to be liked. That's never really been an ambition of mind. We share that lack of ambition in that category. I was brought up by mountains. I didn't mean. I was in like some weird foster home brought up just by people who believed heavily in god but i went to a catholic school and was taught by nuns and one of those nuns told me way about when one thing. You don't want to be as nice. Never use the word nice and you don't want to be nice and i took system bead at her word and so through my early life. I always just said what i thought. I won't ever employ a fat person. I believe majority of people lazy no snap. People were caught enough. What they want. Most people are spineless. Fools from top things You know. I had an opinion on pretty much everything parent and child parking. I mean really. Most mothers are incredibly overweight. They need to walk a bit. Don't make put them nearer to the supermarket front door. I mean you know obvious. Things people on planes fat people. They should be paying for themselves to pay for my luggage. Check your own bingo wings. I don't want to pay for those. Those were the sorts of opinions. I started with and from there. I became known as that woman that would say stuff to people's faces like on a good morning breakfast so for next to a fat lady. Saying well i went employees. You because you'll fat if we look lazy and that's not a look. I wanted my business known as that. But as i learned more spent more time with people people started coming to meet about their stories. About truce of my country changed and things became much more political much more serious. I'm much more concerning in the realization. That the list of things that you could say with getting smaller and smaller though those an entire realm of things you weren't even allowed to touch on because it was unspoken an unsaid under actually the ability of islam and a muslim network to infiltrate all of the scaffolding. You know if you imagine the structure of society a scaffolding all that scaffolding to be taken over and in the hands of islam when you start to see that happening. That's when i got very concerned and that's why started speaking out like not becoming like us you know we in the uk have a muslim police force. We have muslim housing associations every marrow position but to in the uk held by muslims. Muslims have infiltrated every level of society in the u. k. And by twenty thirty muslim births outnumbers to all others and by twenty four thirty am. I'm a minority my own country and that's not a bad thing necessarily but of course when diverse t- means no white people are tool or no people of any other faith at all. Where is the diversity. There is no diversity and it's interesting because we have a similar thing going on here where i mean while it's not i wouldn't say a muslim infiltration. We do have a leftist indoctrinated infiltration at every single level and the same thing happened suddenly. You can't start critiquing certain things and they start saying this is not. This is not correct not politically correct enough. And you kind of earned these titles. I always say i. It's like pokemon gotta catch them all. I've been called racist sexist a bigot a nazi sympathizer preview of apparently. I'm the have me out there..

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Wins by metro Atlanta Democratic sheriffs in Georgia mean less cooperation with ICE

Vegas Unveiled

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Wins by metro Atlanta Democratic sheriffs in Georgia mean less cooperation with ICE

"Successes in electing sheriff seats in two counties outside of Atlanta are likely to curtail cooperation with federal immigration authorities by local law enforcement, Gwinnett County Sheriff elect Ki Bo Taylor and Cobb County Sheriff elect Craig Owens. Since both vowed to and agreements with immigration and customs enforcement. This is US a radio news.

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Tennessee man freed after serving nearly 15 years for a murder he didn't commit

DaveMan

01:19 min | 5 months ago

Tennessee man freed after serving nearly 15 years for a murder he didn't commit

"V N So just imagine you are in prison. You know what you were in there for? And, um, what it is, is something that you didn't knew. No. And I mean, think about it. You go into a prison. They say the joke is you just ask anybody. They're all innocent. And a lot of them will tell you that. And you know, it's sad to think that in and around all of those people that are saying that there are a few that really are, I mean, imagine knowing going to bed every night. So for 15 years For a murder he didn't commit. This Tennessee man was in prison, he has been exonerated. So a Davidson County judge the order Joseph Webster's release after receiving recommendation from the district attorney's office. That said No longer has confidence in the conviction. This guy's 41 years old, he walked out of a Nashville detention center and this Woz Yesterday of four year legal battle is what this guy was doing. He was convicted for the 1998 murder of Leroy Owens, an admission of guilt by one of Webster's relatives. Court documents said this and it didn't matter. So after a decade and a half in prison for a murder he didn't commit. This guy

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Family of handcuffed man shot dead by Maryland cop awarded $20 million

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

Family of handcuffed man shot dead by Maryland cop awarded $20 million

"A number of times by a Prince George's County police officer in January. Now his family has reached a settlement with Prince George's County. It's considered to be one of the largest settlements of its kind in the nation. She addressed the family of William Green. I'm deeply sorry for your loss. I understand that this will not bring back your time and Prince George's County executive, Angela Alsobrooks, announced a $20 million settlement with them over Green's death. Green was killed in January and the officer accused of shooting him. Michael Owen is charged with second degree murder. The family's attorney, Billy Murphy, What drove this settlement was the reality. That if there had been a trial, the verdict could have been catastrophic. Had US traffic. Lehigh Rene's cousin, Nicky Owens, settlement with necessary for us to move on to move past this, but we still have a criminal trial to get through. We still have a grieving process to continue like Murillo. W. T O P News 605 Most science point to

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Family of handcuffed man shot dead by cop awarded $20 million

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Family of handcuffed man shot dead by cop awarded $20 million

"Raged between Prince George's County and the family of a man killed by a police officer in January and George's County will pay William Green's family $20 million and amount the family Attorney Billy Murphy says reflects the brutal nature nature of what happened to Mr Greene. Greene was shot and killed by Corporal Michael Owen while he was handcuffed behind his back in Owens police car. Green's daughter, Shelly says the settlement will never make up for her father's life. If I were able to choose, I would choose my daddy every time County executive Angela Alsobrooks in this case we are expecting responsibility is awaiting trial for second degree murder, Heather Curtis found

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Carmakers rev up electric truck, SUV production

Climate Cast

06:48 min | 7 months ago

Carmakers rev up electric truck, SUV production

"You, see them everywhere nearly fifty percent of all vehicles sold in the US, our sport utility vehicles the International Energy Agency reports SUV's are second only to electric power for the increase in greenhouse gas emissions in the last decade. But there are a new wave of all electric SUV's and trucks is coming and these new vehicles may be more powerful and boasted longer driving range than many of today's gas-powered SUV's trucks. So, how quickly will high tech these take hold in the next decade Chelsea Sexton is an electric car advocate and consultant hi. Chelsea their quick. Sketch here, how close are we to the next wave of electric vehicles and what will their capabilities be? We're going to start to see more of them in the next year or two obviously things are slightly influx with the pandemic but most of the automakers are still trying to be within a few months of their original targets and we're seeing everything from plug in hybrid jeep wrangler with thirty miles of electric range for around town driving and. Gasoline after that, all the way up to f one, fifty and riven with a few hundred miles of expected range and I'm interested in that F one fifty story because that Ford truck is the top selling truck in America I think there were nine hundred thousand f-series trucks sold last year and I see that they're retooling a factory in Michigan to build the first all electric f one fifty. What do we know about that role? Not very much. We're expecting it late twenty, twenty, one, early twenty, twenty, two something to that effect and they've not released really any specs other than videos of hauling trains and things to try to prove that electric vehicles really do have as much more performance than gasoline trucks, what other electric pickups SUV's Few years I'm watching all of them. There still are some open questions about everyone of them in that most vs today of any model have been sold only in California or the carb states owens have mandates requiring evt's there's not that many vehicles that are available across the country, and that will be a huge thing to prove what the trucks regarding who's serious, and WHO's not. That's an open question for folks like Ford, will they make these things in volume and sell them nationwide and really get behind them with the marketing and dealer support or is this going to be more of what we refer to as a compliance car which is basically Will sell as many as we have to in the places we have to, but not really in it with their hearts well, and part of the answer to that might be consumer attitudes. Right? I mean you helped launch an electric vehicle for GM back in the nineties. Have you seen consumer attitudes change in that time and if they changed enough to bring in the truck SUV drivers ironically that generation in the nineties had more trucks than SUV's in it than than small cars everyone knows the ev one that was the one I was involved in but Chevy and Ford made pickups at the time and Honda and Toyota made small SUV's so it's Sort of feels like we're yanking the automakers back toward where they started. There's still a lot of education that's needed. There are lots of people that are not even aware of electric vehicles, but in part that's because they've never seen one and they've never been available and so people can't buy what they don't know as even possible. So there's a lot of education required on that front but the interesting thing about electric vehicles in general is that it is the only example in the history of the automotive industry in which the industry itself has required demand to predate and continually exceeds supply. What. That sounds like is every time you hear it automaker executive say when we see demand for electric cars will start to build them. So it's always been the market polling for from the automakers versus the automakers trying to build their own market for something. So it's a parallel. Yes. Of course, we need to do more education, but we also need to start building things that people can see our else. They're never going to be aware of them in want to buy one. What about the politics of this? How much do you see that playing into the success of the next generation of truckin SUV models I mean we'll some people just not wanNA drive one because of their political beliefs it's possible however. The irony is that there has always been a fair amount of right wing support for electric vehicles because they use domestic energy, they keep more money in the local economy. We're not sending money overseas before an oil, and so it doesn't always get talked about in this administration because the politics kind of ebb and flow depending on the administration but there is a fair amount of conservative support and they're not just sort of this liberal technology that they're made out to be. So all politics tend to be kind of transient and. I've watched it shift back and forth over the years. So I don't expect the current politics will be permanent But at the same time, this has always been if not politically driven certainly policy driven it is those external incentives and mandates that have helped compel with the advocates and market asking for them electric vehicles for twenty five years, and it will probably remain. So for the next several at least are there any other barriers you see to electric truck an SUV sales? The single biggest barrier today is lack of product. The second biggest is lack of marketing and awareness and education and people not being able to buy what they don't know about and the third biggest dealerships across the board with any EV model if dealers aren't comfortable and wanting to sell vs they're not going to be successful at it, and so we can put billions of dollars into those first two things. But at the end of the day, if someone walks into a Ford dealer in his told well now, you'd really rather have the gasoline f one, fifty, not the electric one that one's Kinda goofy. All of that money and effort is wasted what about the pace of change and I know we're focused on electric vehicles today on the transportation emissions but overall with climate emissions I mean you you live in California you've been watching this for decades. We've got these terrible fires in California and Oregon this week are we moving fast enough now? We're not and that is not a widespread enough opinion yet. But regardless of why they come to the table, the best thing we can do is make more options available and attractive. So it doesn't matter if someone is coming to an AV because of climate change or air pollution or any other reason if they're coming for Torque and horsepower I'm fine with that. The goal is to build more of the table as we have more seats at it not be so concerned about why people come and sit down I'm all about the Torque and horsepower Chelsea, Sexton electric-car advocate and consultant. Thanks so much for sharing your perspective on climate cast today. Thank you for crash your party

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

05:14 min | 7 months ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"I'm normally casual. Cash wearing. Sneakers. Done with that yet in they're all good. All Right Ladies and gentlemen we are rolling into another episode of the Canvas Owens. Show America is changing we are debating socialism and whether or not that is the right system to implement into our government into our economy We are seeing the schools take a dramatic shift were being told that kids are now able to choose their gender. There are riots there are protesting there's looting the churches are changing. Actually I took a walk through Washington D. C.. and. I have never seen such woke churches in my entire life. The LGBT flags are flying high the black lives matter logos are flying high. What is this world that we are stepping into suddenly in this country, which was supposed to be the land of the free and who are the most vulnerable people inside of this changing dichotomy I happen to think it's the children that are being raised in this society raised in a society that I didn't grow up in. New moms especially, you guys know I'm a first time aunt, two nephews born during the coronavirus scare and I wanted to actually invite a new mother onto my podcast someone who has her own podcast called relatable which you guys should download and listen to, and she is also the author of you are not enough and that's okay alley. Sucky. Welcome back to the candidate show. Thank you so much for having me so so much must have changed for you the last year yes. The first time, mom yes. Almost a year ago it was last. July so. It's really hard to believe everyone says that it goes by so quickly and when you're in those first few weeks of motherhood, you're like, no, it's not it's going by. So slowly because you're not getting any sleep and your stressed out in your hormonal and you're like, this is the hardest thing that I've ever done and I don't think it's ever going to go back to normal but then slowly but surely it does and you get used to things and it goes by so fast and then all the sudden that little infant that they laid on your chest is you know a full grown toddler and it has been really fun what has been the biggest change for you. Probably or Your entire life around the well being of another human. I think that that shifts your perspective on a lot of things not just in your personal life. But how you see the world of course that happens a little bit when you get married as you know as as a newlywed, you start on putting the welfare of someone else before you and that kind of self. Sacrifice really matures you and it also change how you see the world eight goes to another level. When you become a parent at, you've never realized this kind of just heartbreaking love I've heard it described as it's like watching your heart walk around outside your body, and that's exactly what it is. It's so hard to explain until you're there but this just kind of A. Eager Eager Heart Aching love that you have for another human being and for their welfare never have you felt before like you would layer life down in a heartbeat for another human being as you as you do when you become a mom or become a a dad. So that has just I think been the biggest perspective shift in thinking about politics through the Lens. Of the next generation, I think adds another level of intensity of caring about what's going on because it's not just you and what's going to affect us for the next sixty years of our lives however long get to live but also what's going to affect your children and your grandchildren in the long reaching effects of the policies and the movements that are happening right now so I think it's just not just a perspective shift, but also a widening perspective of everything that's going on that's given to you and you become a parent. So your daughter is about a year old. Yes. Okay. So I feel like the world has changed from last time you were sitting across this desk for me in an infinite amount of ways especially in America I mean if. You and I wrote down that day. If we had written down that day, a list of the craziest things that we possibly could happen America. We couldn't have come up with it not in a million wild imaginative years could come up with this what we're actually seeing in the world today and I'm just wondering how does that impact someone who is bringing someone up in this world like? There has to be some level of fear. Of Is this going to be the America that we know if my child going to grow up in the America that I knew? Yeah, there certainly is fear I would say that there's a lot of fear when she was born and like you said, all this stuff that's happening right now wasn't even happening them but I think a year ago we probably thought it can't get any worse than this can't get any crazier than this people. Are So in saying the truth is subjective in how are we supposed to create any kind of healthy free society based off of the principles that you know a Lotta people on the left are laying down for us. But now even since January and February if we would've sat down in in February and said, what do you think the world is going to look like in a few months? We would've said, Oh, you know debates with. The presidential election things are probably going to be contentious. We would have thought it's just a replay of two thousand sixteen little..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

04:55 min | 9 months ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Five, hundred, eighty, three. Problem. I hit all politicians. He explicitly says don't vote for anyone ever. Okay Ladies and gentlemen we are rolling into another episode of the candidates. Owens show one of their podcasts you guys listen to I have recently gotten into listening to a person that my manager recommended and said he's a bit like an angry dad. You know he tells you things and you're kind of like. kind of no, that's true. But I don't WanNa hear it. Really Great podcast or definitely go listen if you haven't I'm very excited to have Matt Walsh Welcome to the show. Andrew Data I like yeah. Because you do these things where like you know you don't want to hear it but then you listen to it and you're like, oh A appoint with that. So it's just like a dad. My kids know how you feel. Like you know Your Dad's Kinda right about things, you don't really want to hear it I was I was actually very excited. How shall we you a really long time ago and for whatever reason thought you lived in Canada and then you and I had are like we were exchanging not even more as you weren't even an argument but we were talking about debating the coronavirus scare and when coronavirus is going on I kind of assembled in my head, an army of people that I just knew. Not. Take. The Bait and I was like Michael knows need to stay on the side of sanity. He cannot be in a bunker. Matt. Walsh, we need them on the side of sanity and we had you there and you were chill and then you Kinda went the other way and said, maybe maybe this is really bad and then shifted the other way. What was your kind of what was your thinking? There It was an over correction because when when this first started. Well I started hearing about the coronavirus. I don't know January February and. My first reaction was this is going to be like you remember the Bulla scare a few years ago. There's one guy here with Bola and everybody was freaking out. So I thought it'd be something like that where just nobody would get. It would be a kind of like what trump said originally that five people have it and that's going to be it. And I thought and that of course, not to be correct. So I think the issue is not used to being wrong. So I was wrong about something, I way overcorrected but then it didn't take me long to this. that this is a a media. Creation and a lot of ways especially once they started arresting pastors that was if there was a wake-up moment for me, it was definitely that and then the other way got moment was when I started talking about that and complaining about it and so many so-called conservative Christians were with it and I just thought. This is i. mean this is like what we've been worried about is a moment like this when they actually shut down the churches at gunpoint and they're doing it now and you've got a lot of conservatives that are just okay with that. I that I, don't get it all. I was reading. There's there's this economist action on legally concerned economists but he's a financial adviser and he writes this It's called Gap Gavin Gavin. Call Research. His name is Louis Gov and it's e subscribe to it, and he kind of makes an assessment and it's really kind of looking at the markets and what will happen but early on he had written something and it was so spot on and he was like this is going to be one of. Three scenarios. My money is on number three and number three was that coronavirus is going to be the first ever social media pandemic and I thought that was so well said where it's like, you know people who know nothing spread a bunch of information that is inaccurate everybody freaks out, and then what he was predicting that the government would have to respond to the fact that the people were freaking out over what they were learning on social media and not the actual virus itself. And it's interesting assessment because I do in many ways feel that are kind of world of social media and I know that I sound super hypocritical saying that but has in and of itself become the virus you know where people take everything. So seriously, and then the government has to say, how do I calm down everybody in society? Who thinks that their grandmother is going to die? The Internet I feel the same way the Internet is terrible. It's IT'S A it's a blight mankind and I make my living on it but I say I say this all the time that wallets here I'm going to try to make the best of it but if there was some sort of. Solar flare to get kicked knocked out the Internet across the world I think we'd be much better off. I would be screwed because I can't do anything besides just give my opinion on things but so I I do feel that way. But although of course, also the coronavirus that's why I, say I was wrong originally that it is it is a serious illness I don't think you are. I, would deny that but we have to find a way to deal with a serious illness without shutting down society and putting forty million people out of work. and. I think a lot of the comparisons with the flu and everything turned out to be. Pretty pretty spot on it's it's obviously not exactly the same thing as the flu, but it isn't a sense that it's a communicable disease that kills tens of thousands of people were probably GonNa always have with one form or another, and you just have to figure out how to live your life..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

06:14 min | 9 months ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Narrative weakened in our community, and I'll take the understand when you say these things you're hurting us. You're not helping thinking. You're putting us on like you ain't put me on. A Shit brought. Telling me how we I. am how I can't do this I can't do that like you said with the school system. All that proves how racist. They are to believe that we're not even able to read. Do is speak English properly like you know I have like I think probably I would say because I wasn't big on school because i. Realized that was living school was not a priority and I think maybe that kind of saved me from being indoctrinated him. Anyways, 'cause I'm just looking at how you know the way that our kids is now is like IOS. Like. How can we BE DUMBER in time? We supposed to be smarter on our but date, but this keep insulting us saying of the need help. Clear black feet warm like Noboru nothing. We're not poor black people. I don't want to be looked at that way like Oh 'cause are black, I'm not. I can't do this like that's insulting to me. I don't know how anybody else's take that as an insult, but for me, that's insulting. We overcame every serious issue in with black people. So, how do we get to this point I? Believe we can't do something. Like even when I voted for Obama first time, it was like Oh, I, you ought to. You. Voted for him because he was black, but not the same reason why you voted for him because he was black. I was just tired of hearing. Blackie would excuses. Everybody's do whatever you want to. I know he can't be president and like ha ha. Ha. We got one now. What is your excuse now? Because there's nothing we cannot do this all we don't have our own air for business. I said wrong again. And these are the things, or we don't have all banks wrong again. Stop thinking that we. Can do things be, but we don't show that, so the more you don't see the white. These kids want to be drug dealers. Because that's the only people heard that they see a successful. You know. Become doctors. He's all the people that was be called names like were saying earlier accident, so you don't see acting white, so you don't see them. People in the community, so they don't know that is other options to be successful in job. Is 'cause having Nice House? They don't see these options. Only options they get is depend the drug dealer and scammers. And the and the and the and the and the Jack. Boys so these are the only options, and they're all negative options, even though I fell into that trap myself, but at the same time these a negative attitude, there's other ways, but if you keep pushing the people that are able to let them see that away from the community, only leaving them with four options. So, what do you think is GonNa Happen? Because people are GonNa go by in our community. Why a lot of times we have to give tangible things they've been told is the whole life that they actually have to see something now in order for them to fully believe it like all right. Let me see what you. We said he was going to do. It is well. Let me see it. That's when they'll start. Kinda like waking up because they'd be like. Oh, it really happened. That's why with me. I'll use my son example because I come from that I'm like look grow. Look at me. Look at me Bro. How can you not do it and I? Come from the aim at the circumstances you. How did I do it? Oh, he got paid or he did magna Bro. I change my mindset. I focused on what I wanted to do. And I did it right right, and and and until we develop that, and I think self confidence right, and that a lot of this really stems from insecurity and talking about one this happened. You know Shelby Steele, a pretty good job of talking about really in the mid sixties at the problem, the thing that happened in Black America. America that changed everything and this is such. An interesting thesis is freedom, so he says that you know. When Black Americans were actually fighting for their freedom, because there was a real struggle in place, they were doing everything that they could, so they were being upstanding citizens. Families were together, and it was just a whole different. There was an actual community because there was a real struggle to fight for, and at the very moment that they got freedom things change and he says. Is An interesting philosophy that freedom after years of actual oppression is a very hard concept to grapple with. Because your whole time, you're fighting for people to realize that you're not unequal like I can be equal on the same as you please. Please please and violently society says Yep done you get your freedom. And then he says people actually over a period of like shock because. Because you're so used to being in this cave, because now they have to grapple with the fact that they actually aren't equal because they shouldn't be because they've been. You know systematically oppressed, but now you're. You're mixed up with white people. White people are more well. Read than you. You know they're doing better at math and all the stuff and the only way that you can. Can catch up is through hard work right, but people don't WanNa do that work, right? It's easier. You feel more comfortable saying. Oh of a reason we're not. There is because question, so you get into the self defeating cycle because the only way you're gonNA, catch up is if you do the work, which not going to do the work because you know you, WANNA hide behind. Behind the Boogeyman of racist racism, now and we've been behind the boogeyman for a very long time, right? We're not challenging. Our kids do the work. We're not making our kids study hard it. We're not our kids are not accelerate school. The gap has not disappeared at all between white and black Americans academically. Our kids are not graduating high school high school at a good rate. We're twenty times I m prison where families are broken down all of these problems and we refused to address any of them, which is why just fine the black lives matter movement to just be rooted in fraud, and it just a lack of courage, complete cowardice I would support that movement in a second if they were talking about what we're talking about. If they were talking about black on black crime, but they were talking about abortion. If they were talking about father absence I'd be like this is yes finally. We are having a real discussion with ourselves, but we won't do it because they only focus on a Pacific type. Of problem that is the least about problem, so I always I always eat. Oh, say this like so. Are we going to focus more on the leaky faucet or the fire in our kitchen? Like what do you think is more point? Okay, we did. It could be a problem eventually you know if we keep letting it happen. Maybe it'll become a primary leaky faucet. Bill might go up a little bit. The noise might be a little annoying, but.

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

07:44 min | 9 months ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Like them, being known me including trying to be I, think digits feel like they can come at me because I'm really a street person. Race Start. Okay Ladies and Gentlemen, we are rolling into another episode of the candidates. Owens show I will be honest and I will say for the first time in my political career. I have been feeling pessimistic about the black community. I jumped into the space of feeling optimistic. There was changed that could be implemented if we were willing to have the tough conversations, when look up at the world today and I see these protests and. And I see these riots and I see who, and what is at the center of these riots when I see black businesses being burned down when I see black criminals being martyred when I see black athletes and black celebrities and black community leaders sanctioning this violence in our community and remaining mom on the larger instances of violence in our community I wonder if black America will ever get ahead. When I sit down and I think by myself about why we ended up in this predicament I always come up with the answer of culture. What is black culture? How is it impacting Black America Is it for the better, or is it for the worst here to discuss? All of those things with me is a first and foremost a personality. If you are not following online, he goes by the moniker king face, welcome to the KENNESAW and show. Thank you van me. Can faces also for those that are listening. He is one of my blacks. Ambassadors He speaks to the black community and by himself he is the founder of something called the Dad Project which stands for developing American. Dreams There's so much that we need to get into and I could go off on a tangent here Just give us your take on. What's happening right now. With black lives matter and all of these protests and riots are me I just think is a is a in a sense, a test to see who they can control and we can't. Black lives matter. They've overused their emotions of black people in order to get their agendas be pushed and I've noticed everything is emotional as everything. You got cops shooting somebody in the put this narrative, and what that does not community bills fear, and once you afraid of something, especially officers who safe around and they keep pushing that narrative. People are going to now be putting more positions to have those things happen because that's how they make their money. That's how they get. Their exposure is through the death of black men. They don't get it from actually. You know setting black lives at all. Nothing is about black lives matter. That has to do it any black lives if somebody is, show me when they've been around to actually prevent. The Joyce Floyd incidents as you were safe from happening, then not look at black like there's a positive thing. But they're not doing that. They only come around election time. They only come around when a black black dead man! Gets killed by a cop that's white or perceived to be white, and they use that to. Actually you use that to destroy our strength within ourselves. Is, wearing a mask is killing. The immune system is weakening us more and more and more and more and more and more so then you look at it like. Now I could get them because they already broken down. Even with the joys situation. This people that usually don't care about that stuff that I've noticed was like Yoda as messed up to the point where they're praising them. That's why when people say. Oh, you agree with candidate like yes, we have to stop praising these type of people and black lives matter. That's all they push I've never seen in my life. If this exists that I, WanNa see a kid going to school. Minding his business. You know getting good grades no record. Getting shot by a COP. Is it a coincidence that everybody by COP has a bad record. So even would like you Jewish Florida I'm like. You said it's so perfect. I'm like. Wow, it makes so much sense. How what about that woman put the gun to stomach? What do you think she's going through right now? It's like you guys are making him like the greatest guy on earth he he's probably one of the worst. You know especially pregnant woman like come on. You have to have some kind of morals. No matter what crimes you involve, because when I grew up, it was no women gets. You dealing with somebody who's just men or men kids in women I believe you. If you see you walk even industry like we see walking with your baby. Or your wife. You gotta pass the right now, Bro! Catcher on on the rebound right? There's a there's a level of respect for women and children that has been written into the culture of not just America also societies for a very long time. Women children are seen as the most vulnerable, and when you see a pregnant woman, and this is all I could think about you know reading that story of she gets a knock at the door, and somebody is pretending just the plotting went into this. You know pretending to be a part of the water department. And by the time the dorm realizes something is wrong and she tries to force it shut. You have George Floyd who by the way is monstrous in size? I believe, he's six seven with six seven. I heard I think the correct is. He's six seven very very big. Promo, very muscular forces way inside to a pregnant woman. She's home alone. Takes the barrel of his gun and put it to her stomach a friend pistol whipped hair, and they robbed her place. They took her wallet and it's not like. This was one incident that happened and it was. You know you know that was back when I was under no, that was the ninth time that he went to prison. It is really hard to go to prison. Nine times and I'm a person. Person who believes in second chances I know you do too by the way I wanNA. Get into also your story so that we're not thinking that this is people that think people can't make a mistake they can. People can make mistakes. I mean a lot of you're not crazy. Go to jail right right. Have you been to prison nine times? That's that's a record that's gotta be some sort of a record and. What does it do to the psyche of a child? When you pretend that this person is just in an ultimate victim a KHUHRO? They're calling him a hero. Did you hear the Eulogy I? Mean? You would have thought this person spent his whole life dedicated to God and just trying to uplift his community, when in fact, he was terrorizing it And a lot of people tear community and stay positive things to Ma. Thing is why we didn't give that same energy nipsy Russell. That's exactly right. He was actually doing some things community despite that he was a part of a gang. He still say Yo. You know I still WanNa Bill My community I WANNA make what trip is about really Stanford something same thing with the blood thing you know I'm a former blood member. You know rather than ever Nassar from a blend rather say former gang bear. 'cause there's a difference 'cause really were blood is about when you when you look at it as brotherly love, override, oppression and destruction. So that's what I believe it same thing with CRIPS, you know community revolution in process so when you look at these things, these was always created to benefit and help our community. It wasn't about the trucking about protecting our community. There was about making doing the right things, but in due time it became something destructive, but at the same time you gotta look at it and see house. Who Comes from that again? Coach that said you know what? I WANNA. Help Save Lives I..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Some sort of rift and they just dropped that part of the name really funny. Yeah that's so funny jinx vink. That's just the mythology though. It's really true. All Right Ladies and gentlemen we are rolling into another episode of the candidates. Owens showy are going to start this one a little bit differently. I am going to read from a children's book here. We go how could a little boy ever be a man? How could the little prince ever make a stand so just when the prince thought he was over done he picked up the no and it said to my son? He took a deep breath and open a note he had found. And this is what his father the king had. Were down to my son. If you are reading this now it means I am gone and you are the one that must carry on. Our keenum is now what you must save and to do that. You have to be brave. I know what you think. You don't know what to do but remember that I was once a little boy too. I was also small and had fear in my heart and I didn't even know where to start. I couldn't imagine going over the hill to face the dragons that wanted to kill. But don't worry you'll be just fine if you can keep these things in your mind. The dragons they aren't really that big at all. It is only in our minds that we make them so tall inside our brains things always get overblown especially things that are completely unknown. But when fear settles in and gets a hold of you here are some things that you simply must do. Stand up straight and hold your head high and look at your fears right in the. I don't look away and don't try to hide. Know that you have great strength deep inside when you stand up and go into the fray you will feel your fear. Start to go away and there'll there'll be horror. You will feel the things you are scared of are no big deal. I am reading this from a book entitled Mikey and the Dragons and across romy sits the author Jaakko willing welcome to the candidate Allen Show I roam yarn This is so timely. So I'm going to tell you his timely because I'm just in the midst of a lot of things that have to do with children's books and novels and boys not being fearful I was actually watching. I got super emotional watching a world war documentary. It's like colorized on Netflix. Right now you know what I'm talking about. I don't know the specific documentary but I spend a lot of my time exploring and studying and reading about and watching films and literature about war all the time yes and athletes had this incredible opportunity to Colorado world. War Tuesday took all the old films and they just added color to them and it totally changes. It's incredible just adding color because you can really see the faces of the soldiers and they start talking about the stories and they have World War Two. That's talking about midway and Amish decisions that these these young boys literally never die And in one particular moment they're talking about how some of them were crying on the way you know to Omaha beach because the English Channel was just so up and down they were getting seasick and one person in particular was crying for his mother Because he was so sick and then For mid the battle of midway flying into midway how a person that was leading That squadron literally knew that they were. They were out of gas. That there was no way they're going to be able to get back But they knew that the entire country was on the line and that was it and I was looking at these pictures of these. These boys and I was saying my goodness They just look different. They look different than the eighteen year. Old a twenty year olds twenty two year olds that we're producing today And the amount of strength that they had and Cara. They had Knowing that they were going on these missions and they could potentially never see their homeland again. Especially if you're one of the Americans at landed on Omaha Beach And today we have Boys that are fearful When they have to hear a conservative from speak on their campus there are riots Because Ben Shapiro is coming to speak on campus. This is this is this is real life. This is your life. This is actually welcome to America today. and these people that protest me because there's a black conservative coming on campus and they see this as a real threat and and I just I worry that We're not teaching leadership Anymore in this society. We're not teaching what it means to be a man what it means to stand up tall. I think you're a perfect person for me to drop all of my anxieties on thank you. I definitely appreciate all your anxieties. All assuage those maybe a little bit. I of I still work with the military and in all branches of the military. I'm telling you what they're young young kids that are eighteen nineteen twenty years old that signed up in a time of war and they know what's at risk and they are willing to take that risk and willing to make that sacrifice if they have to also have leadership consulting company where I work with companies all over the country and and the same thing. You know we're talking. Construction companies power companies manufacturing companies companies. Where people are out doing really hard jobs. And guess what there's young kids eighteen nineteen twenty years old that are up in those Up IN THOSE POWER LINES. Getting things fixed up on those high rises building. You know blamed steel out. So there's plenty of Americans and I know that you and I said this bench payer when I was on his show. You guys exist at Ground Zero for bringing around people that you're gonNA look at and say well. This doesn't seem like the type of person that I would want to carry on the traditions of this great nation. That's where that's where you all live and fortunately for me I live in a world where I work with real people you know. I don't speak on colleges college I can't say I don't. I have spoken on College. Campuses you know and when I go to speak to college campuses on time speaking to the ROTC people and guess what there's a bunch of kids in their male and female that are willing to step up and burden or shoulder the burden of of freedom. So I think you get a little bit of You get a little bit trapped in the world where you're surrounded by that but I'll let you know that there's there's still really strong Americans out there at every age. Okay so I guess you know what it is probably more in the cultural space and sometimes if you're you know in combination from seeing everything that you're seeing on TV where it's almost encouraged for men to be less manly. You know you see this off the the phrases toxic masculinity You know commercials promoting Saying men wrestling when their kids an early sign of toxic masculinity? You gotta you know you saw the Gillette commercial this sort of stuff. Where it's becoming a more normalized discussion. More of a mainstream discussion. That being a man is wrong. And then you couple that with me going on to college campuses and you've got these boys and they're like you know in tears because they don't understand how you can be black and conservative and I'm just going like what's going on because I grew up very different so I grew up in sort of the environment that you're talking about where my dad was a plumber. Did everything with his hands. My granddad sharecropper so he does everything by himself. I could anything in the House I can do. I'm telling you I am like I'm almost man in the house and I'm like you want me to wire You know I can wire electric's I will get lighting done anything because I was raised that we didn't have money to be like. Oh you have an issue call this person figured it out so when I see people now and I see this sort of softening of guys that are coming up and even when I was dating before I got married it was different. You know tons of guys have never seen a screwdriver. And I'm like what's going on here But maybe it is a sign of a particular group like you know the the An honest educated. Because I think it is educated to be to know how to run your house but more of the The institutionalization of education academia academia. I think you could. You could probably say that but like I said I mean every time like when you go home someone built that house you know. Someone built that car. Someone ran that wiring. That gets your house and those are well. I'M NOT GONNA say they're all men but ninety nine percent. Men that alignment linemen up moving wires. Those those are men and they still work every day and like. I said I worked with all these different companies. And they're out there getting after it. There's nothing soft about that job and there's nothing soft about those people right exactly but would you. Would you acknowledge that there is a bit of a war on those kinds of people culturally might be? I would have a hard time. Classifying it as a war because what what kind of a war of war of those people get a break against the actual people that deliver power their house and deliver food you know. Let's not forget about the farmers that are out there this country and even California. I pointed this out the other day. California's a massive state of agriculture. And there's all kinds of people out there. That's what Baidu they. They turned the earth they deliver food. So I guess if there's people that think that they want to lash out against the people that actually provide energy and produce and food and beef and I mean everything. I don't think that's going to be a great war for them to fight. And that's totally true. And that and that sort of like that Costa mentality. Where because they're they are the ones that go on to become the writers. They can sort of inspire this whole cultural conversation about things that are like is this is basic necessities staff like. What are we even arguing about? Of course we need man. Of course we need farms. Of course we need people working in a in the coal industry. All these are needed. And because we're so in the intellectual battle at all like am I going crazy or society just going down down the train you know and I guess to your point to support your your conjecture. I ended up Brighton. I kids books that I wrote. They're called way the war your kid and they're about kids'll get young kid. That's having the same kind of problems that every normal kid has you know. He doesn't know his times tables. He he can't pull ups. He doesn't know how to swim and he's getting picked on by the school bully and so he goes home from his last day at school. He's all sad. He's crying and when he gets home. He remembers that his uncle. Jake is coming to stay with him for the summer and his uncle. Jake was in the seal teams and so when when this young kid mark tells his uncle about all the problems that he's having his uncle says we can solve these problems if you're willing to be disciplined if you're willing to commit to hard work so he says yes. They spend the summer working out eating good food learning how to study studying training. Jujitsu and working. That's what he had spent his summer. Doing any becomes a better human being because of it and so. That's you know to your point. That's one of the reasons that I wrote that series of books and continue. That's books is because when I went to go and buy books for my kids and I've got three girls and one boy. There was very few books that really kind of had the values in them that I wanted my kids to have so so yes to your point. I wrote those books and there is an I will say this. There's hostility almost towards people that Are Working Trade. You know what I mean. People that work with their hands that can fix your air conditioning. That you can't survive off of because it goes off right in the middle of the summer of people that can fix your heater. Let be dead of winter and your heat goes off and you know. Nobody suddenly environmentalists about oil. And.

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

12:55 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"She's worried. The your outfit and Mai Tai or two coordinates coordinates. This thing is planned. Black -tingency okay. Ladies and gentlemen we are rolling into another episode of the Candice Owens Show and I. I wonder if I'm the only person that loses sleep at night about Western civilization. I really genuinely. I'm just so concerned about the direction. that not just not just America's taken by the West in general where we no longer seem tethered to the reality of the circumstances that were in We're we're so obsessed with so many a minor issues and making sure people's social issues Become go first and come out on top and we no longer think about where we stand. Globally in the context of the entire world while we're focused on our minor issues People in the east are not focused on those issues. Something came to my attention. I saw at a trending I believe on twitter and people were mocking the whole idea of space force and I have this idea that People with limited education don't understand Much intend to mock things based deem as unimportant and I said to myself. I don't know too much about Space Force But I bet there's a lot there in a lot there that we need to learn in the context of what is going on in the entire world So here discussed that with me. I am so honored to have retired. United States. Air Force General quast welcome. Thank you to the candidates. Owens show thank you very much and call me Steve. I can call you Steve. Okay great call you. Can you certainly can? I'll start off by telling you what I what I said off camera. I am so ignorant about this topic and these are my favorite episodes to do. Because I know that there's there's a lot more than I need to know about this In terms of of what's going on and why it's so important and I hope that everyone watching this can really understand that so. I'm just kind of take me through I guess even conceptualize eight could the conceptual conceptual pieces of space force. Where did this even come from this idea? Come FROM WE SEE. The president being mocked routinely. This right well then all the the mocking comes with any idea of from anybody. You know. It's a an easy sport to to mock something you don't understand you're you haven't thought deeply about but this is so exciting for me to be able to unpack this a little bit and talk about what really is going on around us Because this sense making of what's really going on really helps us be effective as a nation to move in the right direction And what's going on is something that has happened throughout history and it at its root. It's the reason why civilizations never last you know you sometimes wonder why do civilizations never last you can look at the Roman Empire Byzantine Empire Ottoman Empire And the reason is human nature. The reason civilizations die is because of human nature and civilization gets bored or when it has nothing great to fight for and to champion. The the sense of purpose is gone. You see a society start to fight among its itself over petty things little things. They'll make up an issue to fight over if there's something bigger. So that's why when you alluded to in your opening you know these. These great challenges that made generations great like the greatest generation in World War Two or the English World War One and This understanding of that you have to stand up to evil There was something to come together as a team about. And if so for the last seventy years America has been so unilaterally dominant economically politically culturally socially That we've really started to grow lazy and many ways. Yeah and and it comes at that. I always say that when my generation I think that we we really sped things up we were definitely the catalyst all this crazy leftist. Who Cares? What. Are you crying about bathroom? Signs you over privilege brats. I always say And I think we catalyzed that and I say what my generation is suffering from is peace. Like people don't know how to just be peaceful and be contemptible. Wow everything's kind of okay with right and that's human nature. Human Human Beings want to triumph. Right they want to be a generation that we want to say we ended World War. Two and or or you know we put. We sent our boys over in Vietnam War. We were the people that did this. You know we ended that that war and can't do that as millennials. Sort of like. We didn't really do anything. So why don't we just You know ruin our own country and pretend that you know we put up bathroom signs and yeah so this is why. I'm so excited to be here because they can do this. And I'll describe it. It's in a space that can do this Americans today do not realize that technology right now. Sitting on the table of engineering benches out there could be put together in a way where this generation could say we solve world hunger. We eliminated pollution. That is toxic to the human race we have provided abundant energy and clean water anybody on Planet. Earth with no need for rivers offers or pipes. These are statements that most people will say. Oh that's one hundred years from now if ever and it's just not true and we're going to talk about this because space is a unique geography. The can do things in a networked way to reach every human being and uplift the condition of people in suffering and it can bring the values of America of peace and respect for human beings and liberty And equality the things that are so precious and we as a nation can actually at stake a vision. That's big enough for America big enough so we stopped squabbling with one another over bathrooms and start championing things that are meaningful to God and Man. They know this. This is what we have before us. And this is the context of the Space Force that will get into right and and you know what I will say here and this is again a theory but I think because we've seen such a dumbing down of the Education System. That's why people's brains don't even think about that sort of a pursuit. I mean. Look at look at the state of illiteracy in this country. I mean look. People can't pass basic math tests right and you're going to say that they're issue they should champion is going to be space and this is. This is part of the problem. Is that when when you when you have this tremendous dumbing down when you start replacing things like Western civilization right when you when you stop teaching you know about the fall of Roman Empire which is our can be argued that was really the start of Western civilization right when you start replacing those court those courses with feminism one on one with gender studies. And you start teaching social issues you really dumb down entire population and you. You changed their focus from doing something great to doing something Petty really is the word. The word is petty and ridiculous and pathetic and and It's a it's a former pollution. In my opinion we're polluting our own environment and I'm hopeful that in watching this and and talking about aspiring again towards something. That's great we can. We can inspire people to want to want to start learning things that are meaningful again. Talk to me about space for it because I am ignorant. Okay so the The reason the space force is so important and And I is because whenever a civilization is moving into a new place There is always a struggle for the resources and for the opportunity that new space provides for example when we went out West We went out with a covered wagons. But there was also the cavalry that protected those cover wagons because if not then it would be a clash that would kill people and put them at risk Anytime you move into a new marketplace pirates thieves and thugs will come along because people are people and we're imperfect and evil will be there and somebody will be selfish. They will not respect another human being and they will do things that are not consistent with our values of rule of law. Space is the same way for example. I'll just use the moon as an example right now. It's as if there is a continent three times the size of Africa and nobody is out there. Nobody and China is building a fleet of ships going to that continent to mind the resources and to develop And to bring all of that wealth and prosperity back to China and we are not the space force is a recognition that this is something that we need to be a part of not just because we want to go to this continents and I'll use all of space. Is this prosperity. Because we'll get into some of the technologies that can help us as a human race with the education piece and we'll come back to that one because that is where we lost our way. We stop teaching our children. History human nature and culture But we as a nation are now recognizing we need be on this journey to this new of C- of prosperity in space Because one we WANNA make sure the journey is responsible. We don't want it to be disrespectful of the environment or our universe but for the first time in human history that technologies exists for the human race to reach the stars for all of our information our resources and our energy. We can now tap into the sun as a clean source of energy to power the earth without the need for dangerous expensive and polluting techniques. These journeys are never overnight. But that is what's possible okay. So there's definitely an irony there for you to say that we could look to space and we could power the world and we can move away from sort of these. Polluting Forms of energy The same people that mock space force are the people that demand that we looked to cleaner energy. So there's such an irony there right and you brought up China and this is really important. I talk about China often because people just do not in this country have an understanding of really just There are a lot of a lot of threats with China and the way that they're moving and I say when I say threats I'm talking about Story Arc that you just brought up in saying that you know one minute you're empower the next minute. You're not right and and China is is definitely a threat in terms of a The way that they are Raising their students They are learning. I saw a video of a kid doing things on a Catholic. He must've been five years old The way that he was computing math. I was scared looking at it. I was going. We cannot compete with that if this is the way that they're kindergarten first wears ordering to do math. Our country can't compete with that and now you're saying that they're they're jumping on the space force. Can you elaborate on that? Anybody Studies China will see that they've already built a space force but they've done something else that makes gives them a competitive advantage. That is not only have. They built the Space Force and organized around this single purpose. They have made it their national vision To dominate the economy of space in order to dominate the economy of the twenty first century. And we'll talk about why how they are planning on doing that because they are unapologetic about talking about it. But the other key factor is they don't have a republic like we do where we rightfully argue over how the money will be spent and we have political parties. That make sure that best ideas make it through the crucible of controversy and fire before the money comes out In China the Communist Party owns these companies and they fuel them and they fund them. They subsidize them in a way that allows them to compete globally. In a way our companies can't so there's a predatory behavior to this as well but they are organized to dominate the economy of Space. And we are not the Space Forces. The first thing we've done to actually be serious about saying we want a guardian capability to protect American rule of law The rights of people who put hard work in if the somebody that tries to steal it away. Somebody will hold them accountable so this is the first step into this journey. But you're right. The reason people scoff at this and laugh about it and it's ironic like you said is because they don't understand what is about to happen. It would be like you were sitting here in one thousand nine hundred okay. The airplane has not been invented yet. You know the Wright brothers and Dayton Ohio had not yet invented. It's three years away and most people in America are lighting their homes with candles heating with wood burning in the fireplace. And there's there's no electricity and.

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Speeding all right. Ladies and gentlemen. We are rolling into another episode of the Candice Owens Show and I want to talk today about healthcare which is an industry at. I hate so much I WanNa talk to you guys about me being an asthmatic. What my experience has been here discuss? All things healthcare with me as a healthcare consultant and former White House and Senate staffer Katie to lentil welcomed. The KENNISON show. Hi candace. Thank you for having me okay. So this is going to be hard episodes. Sometimes in the comments there means to me like you have to shut up and let your guests speak and then sometimes you don't speak enough in say some rebuttals but I have to talk a lot this episode because this is something. That actually frustrates me so much. You and everyone matic. Let's just start here I'm asthmatic so when you have asthma and then people that are listening to this. No this you have a child who has asthma. It is life or death every time you have an asthma attack. That's right. There used to be a time. My father other told me because I got my asthma from him where you could just go to cvs and you can get an albuterol inhaler right now. It's behind the counter and if you walk in and you are wheezing in and breathing and gasping for air. Nobody will not hand it to you because you have to go to the doctor. You have to get a prescription and you have to now pay an extraordinary. Mary amount just to get this little Roman has to get that. We'll save your life this little pup save your life. Yeah there have been instances of kids that have died at the CVS counter counter that have died outside of a hospital room that have died because they couldn't get one little. Puff how is this possible. I mean how generally how are we here right now in society that they don't value like peanut allergy an EPI pen whatever it is life or death stuff cost an extreme amount of money to get and this is not autorite issue in my opinion no our system is broken totally totally it's become so nonpartisan it used to be in healthcare it was Republican versus Democrat crat. Now it's really just the healthcare swamp versus the rest of us. We are talking about is. Everyone has to get paid the doctor who writes a prescription the manufacturer. Who makes the inhaler all the middlemen between them? And you the Insurance Company. The pharmaceutical benefit manager the group purchasing organization the retail pharmacy the Wholesale Pharmacy. And everyone's taking a cut along the way that is why drug prices have increased beyond the rate of inflation every year for the past ten years hospital prices has increased. If you think this is just drugs it's also hospitals it's also doctors it's totally out of control and worsening fighting about who's GonNa Fund arse broken system wiener shock about. Who's going to fix our broken system and I WANNA make the super clear because I go on all of these college campuses and I talk as somebody who's unapologetically college ethically a free market girl right? I love capitalism. I love the free markets and kids will come up to me and say the free markets work then. Why don't you explain the healthcare industry in America? Erica and I go. This is the exact opposite of a free market. You walk into a hospital. You don't anything costs you're essentially blindfolded right and they say say give me a blank check. You're going to be blindfolded. We're GONNA take care of you and weeks later. We're going to bill you something. That's thousands and thousands of dollars that is on a free market system. That's right that that is what I'm actually fighting for. And why I wanted to have this episode and I want to do more about this we need. We need price transparency. We need to walk in like I walk into a store when I bought this shirt. You're and I see another shirt and maybe maybe this shirts fifty dollars. Maybe this one's thirty bucks. I am in control. I can say you know what that's too expensive. I WanNa go somewhere else to get a shirt. So why is it not possible in terms of our healthcare industry because everyone has to get paid except the patients. So what you're talking about as you go into to the doctor's office they make you sign a form that says I agree to pay. I don't know what price for I don't know what services yet by I don't know a doctor or a doctor. I've never met and patients thinks that if they don't sign this they're not going to get care or it's GonNa turn into a drama. They'RE GONNA have to go get management and it's going to be you already takeoff half the day just to go to that doctor's office and they have bulletproof glass and surly front desk staff and it's just it's so difficult to navigate. Negate patients are scared and they're suffering. They're at their most vulnerable. What I tell people is listen? Go ahead and read through those papers but in the signature line instead of signing away all your rights by signing your name just right I did not read this. Oh Wow later when they bill you you get a surprise bill or you see that they're gouging you beyond all recognition. Then you can just say hey. Can you please produce a contract where I agreed to pay this. So it's not that you're not gonNA pay. It's not that you won't pay fair price. But now the power is reversed and you have leverage to negotiate an honest and fair price. But you should have had had that right can't when you walked in the door and I don't think how much is GonNa get an inhaler if I walk through the door. How much is it going to cost for me to get the NEBULIZER treatment? That's going gonNA save my life. You don't know already by the first asthmatic. That's well wire doors. See Online in advance every price for every service when you walk into a restaurant strived you know what your final bill's going to be. It's true you don't know what you're going to order. You don't know what coupons you might have and how that might apply to your bill but they give you a menu and so you see the prices and in fact that might change what you order. It might change. What restaurant you go? Do you have to walk out of there. Because that's above. Your paygrade might be like McDonald's tonight might be McDonald's tonight nothing wrong with that. So healthcare is the only industry where the sellers of care. Insurers surer and hospitals conspire together to cook up secret pricing contracts between each other that they hide from the buyers of care patients employers and taxpayers. I just put out a report. co-authored a report with the Johns Hopkins Team of researchers that shows that half of the federal budget almost first half forty eight percent of the federal budget is now spent on healthcare. It is eating. Our economy premiums have gone up fifty five percent. In the past ten years deductibles on employer-sponsored care have tripled tripled owage growth. That's only twenty six percent. We think that's great here. The trump administration we were always talking about wages wages wages but our wage growth is being eaten by healthcare. 'cause it's totally unsustainable. One one in five Americans is in medical collections. Candice half of all collections are medical collections. It's really funny. You say that I'm getting and fired up right now case all right I I got another guys. It's my show I'm allowed to speed. You can whatever the comments are doing right now right so another anecdote. I fly down a Dallas right gas and this is a separate issue people that now think they can bring any animal they want on flights. I is that because people are. You're allowed to be crazy. It's it used to be like I. I I needed emotional snows emotional cat. You're so unstable that you can't fly in a flight without an animal. You shouldn't be fine. Don't don't want you so now now. They've got sheep and goats and all this crazy stuff and I have allergies. I ever owned allergic. So they forgot about humans. Because this person's got emotional issues. I've got physical. Nobody cares so I fly down and there was a giant huge dog and I instantly had like an asthma. I start itching I get to Soon as I landed went straight to the hospital in Dallas I go in gnomes there. It was a little clinic hospital one of those twenty four hour. Urgent Care Centers. Yeah and I go in and I tell them exactly what he has my whole life. I need a nebulizer treatment. And let's get into the door. Sign some paperwork going. I'm out within an hour and a half beautiful by the way while I'm in there We think we we want to give you this pill this pill I already know ancient little tylenol. All that should be two dollars right. It's going to be at least like one hundred dollars if I take it from you. So I'm like no no no Now get home four weeks later I get a bill and it's a four thousand dollars a no. I just looked at it and I just love my paying this. I'M GONNA go so I call call and I asked them. I would like to see an itemized list of what you're charging me for. That's right and you wonder what they said. We don't have that only only the doctor is access..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

14:01 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Lot of of we do as a girl up is we just were looking where relate with and I always say the cameras always and finally give her away because she's mom start two o'clock in the morning allow us because on the trip we had these these segregated and mom and I had the the white women in the white men in the back was a colored is because they weren't all that and there's the two young boys tried to deduct out and break down sure that they stopped it they catered in mob came out when she when she got done and is all the respect of his wife an sm an example you gave me to see here because that that's a that's a point that we depress on I talk about this all the time I get routinely mocked is something that's routinely attacked the masculinity something that is seen as menacing and threatening today referred to as toxic masculinity the way my grandfather ran our household I mean father my grandfather said he's going to do something he's going to do if he says he's not going to do something he's not going which is real men bringing back real men what it means to be a all these all time is because God has already given us changes I I think the key I had his has experienced at one of my talks whereas at the moment I I should say a one just further thankful to my girls will never marry you Dan back and let women take care of them or protect them which is actually live from from the beginning of time because God spoke get this and doesn't understand what respect women hood to be able to protect provide just will not be satisfied not happy so we have to we have to be bold enough and confident enough awed family country and race if those are more important who cares barrel unless they have a record of people listen to twenty years thirty years later but other than that the person you were a mom or dad that is truly what happens is all about and and what are records this is your for profit second chance for you they have no idea until they go through and make enough mistakes themselves of years of of pain and anger and to finally get there so you mentioned that I talked about offs often seventy percent of of the black boys in the state of California Two thousand say legal anybody else but black-americans they'll be they'll be a theory I think that's the goal I think that's exactly the Department of Education wants so they'd rather have us concerned with watching videos which they they are allowed to be awful big we're GonNa get saved and and maybe being bold enough to lead that there was another way of life that they Whitney Spe- understood including taking away all guns you take away a man's gun standing up and fighting the way all mentioned do so no you absolutely this has started a generational war yes those who wanna keep us the way we were an in the days of slavery the Business Ownership Davis Bacon Act pass nineteen eighty two by in Pale would he forty percent entrepreneurs down three point eight is things like Bacon a leaves Bacon watching it while they're on welfare so e absolutely right and this is what what needs to be spoken strategy and his black lettuce in Marxist and socialist that are that are worse matadors the they just opened up the floodgates and let those guys coming into damage I like toy soldiers go after this guy the white man the straight man I dunno whatever they're so aren't you just tired of being angry I guess actually exhausting even actually mad here's something else taught again my mom and dad were were so good in the lessons they taught me and a member mom saying Burji I just makes you let anybody else's problem from that point on and so we have to recognize first of all as garden living in a little house overhang gated walls with a police force around them with their kids WANNA move on but they don't care about how he is and so we have to take away the colour by the way I think you were to until I realized that the values that have been because of what they listen to really believe the Democratic Party is for them that's why so important ask yourself each each each political process where all kids being murdered year any route eighteen of them I would think protocols the twenty at that particular issue votes some place else I have a feeling if I race redo is this the seat of what they plan it has always been the Ernie'll always give the same harvester principles first Republican Party will wake up and do everything they can like president trump do now innoc- he put out the ten Ten ten but every single one he's kept his promise and I said if he does only that and he'll be worth awesome and he's a businessman he's he's going to create opportunities in the bottom line is to make sure that America is it at tate a see someone I kind of changed my way when when Norway put here for these times because.

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

28:20 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Sabih the among the easiest conversations podcast interview so D- of the candidates Owen show you guys know there's always that moment where you go look Dan that has ever lived who's GonNa Watch this he's GonNa Freak out so look to the New York jets and of course super bowl world champion with the Oakland Raiders. Tab will make a big difference and I I just looked it will be part of this of this message now sure so my father but my father is going to be so happy that I'm speaking to you today the same thing every other day the NFL an owens with conservative perspective there has to be a link somewhere and congressional people they better shudder when they hear an owens is coming to the hill you know truth and that's what the left is not used to so I'm excited by knowing first of all I'm not I'm not the odd with the now finding out and once we get it when that ever going back and that's what the left is most concerned about and you realize that you can be the author of your own destiny and you're in the driver seat of your own life we learn history we I have so much pride and what countries giving us and we'll have between those great great Americans have paid the price they went out bill businesses built understood as strong as they did for the things they did I'm interested in the fact that you said you've been a conservative your whole oh KKK Jim Crow segregation and also proud Coletta country and across the middle class that country in in the into marriage he's not happy theoretical to me I lived it and so I grew up in a time when around the US all business respect women very important because if you don't do that you can forget everything else ever to be given a scholarship and I grew up in high so it's just that is actually one of my all time favorite movies I don't buy very many movies that went abroad sixteen years it was it was a tumultuous I mean we're too cautious coming together the practice field to whistling undergone the forest made a decision together who gonNa hang in we made a decision we committed to each other we hung in there and we did we had to do so it sales and that's well raised it for for over one hundred years until the leftist got in into lessons you are one of the most spoilt over privileged black people on the face of the planet to have ever to get started I'm going to ask you by a show of hands how many people believe that America is a more racial unrest and racial discrimination and you're saying America's a great country verse simply the first battleground is rewriting of history we're in a speech Alpe Compaq was the covenant between God and then in the rule of law thus beginning back fifty years ago and see guys that I used to fight with and and have issues with some of it's what we do is the natural and that's because we have this God centered culture that allows us each Serb each other notice always notice that those who and like an old days agree to disagree which is not happened today so the reason I just WanNa say there's one thing say as much as you want and we build our businesses we we were how here's a look at their future we're looking vacation look at at bobblehead nine eleven and also we see evil is at our doorstep once we see that America's and not knowing it allowed them to progressively Norway like little bull taking awhile for us to get here but we're finally waking up we are waking up we're realizing more that we can do for positive dreaming versus being negative and bemoaning worry from us you know we have done so many great things and we've also seen what happens when we I want all black Americans to know is just how good it feels to put down that I won't be able to do it because of racial unrest when you have like this conservative perspective -ociety and when you accept that suddenly it literally feels exactly like putting everybody you racists they might WanNa work with you on your ideas and some of your goals and the throughout our history these WanNa come here because this is a place of hope so place of second chances needed happen has failed to the process filled away to success because that's the way it works in together and that's the part that's not been taught is not been a black thing white thing or a Jewish thing because of him and I'm just so less when I know what he did what he accomplish that I have to a very evil man broke his mansion and she ended up he by age of corrals with them and they would southern route of on the ground roadway was had never known about time Heroes Hills Harriet tubman because not only did she escape but she had. I should've been surprised that there's a southern route if there's a northern route I mean that's where we are America's a Huli are no one hundred two acres of land paid off in two years started first Black Church first black elementary school make about we the people coming across his trip cross from it from from Africa that three was built against facility but by a Mexican and German Americans actual is that there's a guide heaven and that he's been looked after all this time then he had as he passed through being four a minute or two but a left an imprint imprint right well why people have done this evil injustice white Americans done this evil injustice of slavery to escape and then you hear this ridiculous now we've we've reached pick peak ridiculousness are you gonNA figure out who descends from the white Americans that freed the slaves and the estate strong enough our enemy has not been white supremacists has been blackie don't recognize again we've been an attack a long time real quick history I'm your business if you never felt that feeling and also you feel it you're GonNa Americans in our history in the United States Black Americans are greatest Americans Harvard Yale and Princeton combined and I can go to a Linda things that that that from all backgrounds all races come together because they believe that everyone should have a second chance on why should we walk around having this idea of understand we can move forward and thinking this should south here NWC's any NWC peace stars of Nineteen Ten national you too boss the little the little token and the front which is what they always do and he was the face he was I did not know that in nineteen in nineteen eighteen it was the white they did it for one year and they finally got it right but understand those guys are the track record of what the what the the the Black Congressional Congress does what they applauded the Black Caucus stood up and applauded when Obama announced more food stamps Dan if you look at every single urban city in which is black elitist countries Betas based on on harmony we the people come together didn't say we the black with a good way it is because we trust them but they use that wow that's really powerful sense so we've owned by Black People for twenty years now is owned by Viacom White Socialis in his little L. Kids that don't have a father because policies the Democratic Party policies don't have anti-family was going to have we have these kids that grow up stand on the sideline Beck and to be appreciative of course they're going to be little Marxist because they've been trained to be Marxist it's an an important place to pause because I had just said what happened to black counseled and inner city and I said to a black child today what do you WanNa be when you grow up how I didn't have a conversation that would like be civil that are so concerned for our communities will never be curtains and that goes to the Black Caucus the black caucus are nothing but a group of people that opportunists have a great retirement they're going to be flying all over the world first-class their kids always integrated schools color matter of fact most cases not another color pickiness in this country in our generation in my dad's generation the never saw themselves as underdogs eh owned his own business and any grow share cropping farm and he you know he started is and how he had a knock and basically beg for them to be able to pay rent because it was a time where white people he did that in a time where there actually was racial discrimination and now you you find black Americans the thing of am there's actually something that that book washing by the way if I remember correctly second way and that's how that's that such as race and I'll I'll say this makes verse simple that that we can tell our kids and grandkids and within a few The tenets of his of his community that lasted all the way to the next three or four service has being industry and home being family matter if they go ahead educate yourself make sure you feel comfortable and confident about who you it does nothing but evil is left so you wonder what's going on with the left is called evil they don't care visible people industry you take away anybody's opportunity to work reteach all young men to respect women this should be I got in his second women if they you don't whip somebody that will never ever get the respect people around but you know what then other point out young ladies have to understand that they truly are the crux the and and it's up to our women ladies to raise the bar keep it high because womanhood that truly defines nation to heart and direction in his men no mixture this on our way of working team to bring our God given Gosh I was so blessed I had a dad that that they had had very high expectations and and I was taught early last thing you what does this that's the key I I wasn't as blast like I didn't grow up with two parents might my parents and that was exactly what their relationship was Grandad was in charge of the house but in the kitchen and then magically he'd wake up and whatever her opinion was was exactly takes marriage since they were seventeen until her dying day and they they such value so many lectures I tell people my granddaddy's to this thing where God help candidates to realize that she shouldn't be turning the heat up in the middle of the learning at that time without realizing it respect good values family having a healthy heads and and and mother had to the family that we have this deep reverence for and we don't have people that respect themselves.

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"They sent an hector garza from the laredo sector he said if you try to avoid the cartels house to get into the united states they will kill you on the mexican side. You're saying the people that are coming over. This border are cartel approved. Yes the carta with cartels basically taking their money and that's how the cartels tales of monopoly on it look. We've had people from whereas come in thank you bill for the purpose of this wall is to break the back of the cartels. They were nineteen up up there that the cartels were using into business model and remember the cartels of what's have made every town in america's a border town. It's just not el centro oh and the guy in yuma in el paso and laredo. It's that we have a radio guys here from from north dakota every towns aboard bordertown in chicago a couple of years ago for the first time since one thousand nine hundred eighty nine the chicago crime commission came out with a public enemy number one the public enemy was el chapo because because the the drug wars in chicago those territory wars being fought by proxies for the big cartels in mexico the cartels those are paramilitary operations that have tremendously sophisticated marketing sophisticated finance this sophisticated logistics and operations. Nobody he comes from central america through mexico that is not paying money to the cartels are taken over a lot. I think certain areas of this country <hes> they've they're operationalize as government. What president trump's i think is adamant about about building a wall. Is you begin to break the backs of the cartels and we've seen from people people here in juarez remember whereas from a great bordertown the sister city of el paso to a crime infested. I think the thirty seventh highest murder rate in the world homicide rate that wasn't like that years ago when the cartel started takeover to break the back to the cartels. You have to build the wall. I agree with you one hundred percent. I think some people particularly on the left would do anything not to have donald trump have a victory now so the correct me if i'm wrong so that accident happened because this criminal was driving on the wrong side of the road for like four miles thirty five miles thirty five runway transitioned onto four different freeways the wrong long way he was three times the legal limit drawing high on meth and brandon was on an h._o._v. lane that uh wound up an elevated and curved to transition onto another freeway and that's where he was hit. He didn't see this. He didn't see common. Wow that's unbelievable. The and the illegal was going over one hundred miles an hour when he slammed on high on meth and amine but the most gut wrenching moment and i've got a daughter she's younger than brandon random but the most gut wrenching moment was when jared came back home and my two older sons embraced in the kitchen and wouldn't let go of each other because you know they lost a brother and this is what america doesn't understand the emotional toll that it takes on a family and yes he could have been killed by a drunk american driver. Absolutely you know i understand that but he wasn't this is a preventable preventable death and this man had already committed crimes in our country and he didn't show up for his court date and they apprehended him at the border coming back over one time and took them back up to colorado to face the judge interfaces crimes. Excuse me and the judge basically just gave him a slap on the wrist isn't and let him back out into our communities and this is what americans need to understand the leniency that are judges in our courts because they're of such such ajay liberal mindset that they think that these people just have a right to be here. They don't right. How did you the criminals don't how did you find out who <hes> when out what he got involved in the accident of the illegal alien and i don't want to give give him any. I don't want the the illegal animal the criminal <hes>. How did you find out that he wasn't illegal alien..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Justice. Being cancer was one of the ones that will was listed as an example of bad behavior sharing my videos on on facebook so like i've talked about <hes> behavior being shadow band and stuff and i think there's a lot of people on the left or even some people on the right. Maybe who think that's being paranoid. It's conspiracy. No this is just it's react yeah. They're trying to suppress conservative voices and you know i. I love my free. Market loved my libertarian libertarian buddies <hes> but if you don't think that this is going to affect elections you you really need to look more closely at only. Is it going to affect elections. It's a direct response wants to an election that they think was out of their head that they think never should have happened right. There should never should've happened. They're gonna try their hardest to make sure it doesn't happen again and i think why the reason why i'm for small government is because i fear totalitarianism. I fear invasion of privacy. I fear being told what i can and cannot say i feel i fear being d platform dispersant and that's all bad coming from government but it's not any more acceptable when it comes to these social media giants who are run by like leftists in california like how is that any any better so i think you know conservatives who think that social censorship isn't a problem or they don't like it but oh what are we gonna do. I think they need to wake up a little bit more and understand astana. This is a very very real threat. How conservatives win elections if we can't even talk about ideas without being banned i think when you ban paul joseph watson his one point six million and followers go okay. I guess i'm a liberal it watching him for five years but you know what i think you radicalize me. We'll funding. Actually i'm just a liberal ellie makes them more encouraged to go out and vote right right and that's what it does to me right but it's it's absolutely incredible going back to the media lying about you. I mean you read your own wikipedia. Kapiti pay hover at my own wikipedia page horrific so bad so you wake up every morning and every i'm not an ego maniac but you google your name and google gle news see what the latest hit pieces and it's just a complete one eighty of the person who you also. I read my own wikipedia page and it's like all right conspiracy theories. I'm i'm not all right. The the premier premise of the outright is a why ethno stay. I don't believe in that. I never believed in that so i'm not alright. Alright hates me. They attack attack me. I mean google my name and fortune and see what the alright things about me and you as well is the same thing but with the wikipedia thing conspiracy theories okay ah i hate conspiracy theories. I think most of them are really dumb..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"It's a really what you want it to be and that sexual revolution agenda which hijacked the feminist movement so then they're like well now. If you're feminist you're going to be pro sex without any rules without any responsibility and who liked that crazy men like hugh hefner that playboy who wanted to sexualize women in sao how object projecting and doesn't make them happy happy. I talk about this all the time. I say to people if you think that you are a modern feminist like i i call that radicalized feminism awesome awesome because they see how they treat people like you and i who are taught shoes but i always say and they will talk about this. They won't and they would never walk. They pretend to walk away from a one night. Stand there. There's only there's no issue shame and and they don't feel happy about it and i have have girlfriends that and make a living out of writing writing about their sexual deeds was men and i. I genuinely feel so sad for them. I feel so sad for them because i said it's not what you want on and it's not what men want and you've convinced you society convince you up. This is normal into penn all of your bad dates all of your sexual experiences because you probably watched an episode of carrie carrie bradshaw and sex and the city too young. I want to be like carrie bradshaw. I dated. I wanna do is to be a journalist and we have this this culture that says yes yes more of this. Instagram instagram gives birth to this social media where i always say like if you want to get a million followers on instagram take your top do something and say i'm empowered but so so a lot of this women don't know what they're looking for anymore. I think a really good question to ask you is what do men want in this day in age right because you can. I go. I mean you just answered the question because i got all of these more liberal girlfriends who are on standing out in their swiping right and desperately by the way these are these are the girls who call themselves feminists. All they want is a husband right. Why what is what is the purpose of all these girls being in dating apps are not going to sleep with men. They're hoping that he's the one right that he's the one he's the one swiping right and the question now is especially with feminism. It makes it hard for many women. Just have a conversation about what it is. They're actually looking for women are not looking for more for sexual. Oh freedom. That's a myth i can tell you that the scam that the girls at our get to twenty six and don't have a partner are freaking out great scam that men ever played on women. We convince them that. Giving men free cheap easy.

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Get him lebron james what's said before he went to saint vincent's <hes> saint mary's is high school where he <hes> <hes> where he went for a while catholic school first time you ever been around white people he said. I thought why people hate us. I thought they were all against us and so i had the same attitude against them he says until until he went went to catholic school and realize that we're good white people but he assumed because he had never been around white people everything he'd read about. Why pete was that they were out to oppressed. Black people suppress all rights and he said i was shocked. When i found it wasn't true he still bears that illegitimate he the residual effects after a lot of the credit he does a lot right and it's sad because and i look i've been actually very nice to him because i think that he <hes> in other in other ways he he's really good for black community right married his high school sweetheart. He's amazing father and that stuff to me is the most important he's in in terms of leading by example. I think really is but this is a man that is so politically ignorant. I mean he. He knows absolutely nothing about politics. He tries to tell us how we should vote or how we should feel and remember when they came out there trump for saying that lebron james was stupid anybody watching our new interview yet of those two. I it's hard to make don lemon. Look look smart right. It is hard to looksmart lebron james well. If you're consensus is that america is racist and xenophobic homophobic nick and we need to undo everything that done in america. I don't think you should be at the forefront of it. I don't think that that's islamophobic. I don't think that that's anything but common sense. I'll tell you something when i first heard that two muslim women were running for congress russia the toledo nealon omar. I was so happy honestly. I was so happy i i said now we will have muslim woman who are going to be professional and spray peace and show americans that there's more than just nine eleven to islam this more than just care <hes> and more than qatar we are going to bridge edge between americans and the muslim people because that's what any sensible muslim will do the first thing is you coming with your head scarf and you want to show the world who you are especially she the u._s. congress. You're the focus of the global media and then. I'm like oh my god. She sent it back. I wanted her iphone. I four that she was going to be different from the extremists. She's exactly like them with lipstick. That's what i call her the ice with lipstick same ideology with lipstick same literally ahead same thing the u._s. S. forces that went to somalia. They're terrorists right not the ones they fought no. They are the terrorists everything to do with america when she's speaking about al qaeda. She's pissed off an angry at the university lecturer who she says she took a terrorism class. She probably means anti-terrorism clauses losses her lecture. When he mentioned al qaeda he mentioned that in a very negative tone al qaeda right hezbollah and she was upset that he never mentioned america with the same attitude you know america america is the real satan right and this is the problem with don. Omar omar is one not just ilhan all of the islamists are using democracy but they i don't believe in democracy why stay down of course they don't believe in democracy even the reformists the reformists who tell you we are. We don't like isis because we believe in democracy. That is a delusion. It's it's not right because almost no has to believe in what the koran says. The crown says you have to rule and judge only by the word of god. There's no separation of mosque in state in islam. That's really well. That's the direction. We're trading in right now. In western civilization it is nuts..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Great. You said it that's my you're allowed to say whatever you i'm okay with journalists saying whenever they want and also with the injection of opinion right so i've had articles because calling me a sunken place demon miserable miserable also the latest essay tannock force a headline calling me a satanic opinion that's hyperbole. I don't really care about that but then when you build into that and you say that kansas owen support hitler candice owens you know <hes> is hates black people whatever it it is yeah. I think it should be based like listen. You're a journalist responsibility as you can't. Just irresponsibly say things so prove it. You could probably go after the times for even the new york times times. Were saying something like that. As defamatory would almost in itself i mean but like i said i want the bar to be as high as humanly possible because because you see this is the thing this is why it's two different fights one fight. Is that if everybody's speaking. If everybody's yelling at one another then the power is diffuse and and that's where i like okay you have a voice you have power. You have a show you have a website. We we all have these venues that we can talk on you. Go after the new york times just as much as they can come after after you. That's the way it should be with. The left is really trying to do is they're trying to say is okay for the times to do this but you can't do it. They're trying to get you off off twitter off facebook off google. You know they're trying to get your algorithm off. Google and that's the problem as long as everybody speaking. I'm okay with some people being liars hires because that's just life but when they start to take territory away in which we speak the the <hes> platforms that we use that are just now part of technology. I mean facebook. It's too bad it's a private company but now it's an monopoly and part of technology. They have to let us talk to not be able to take us off when you have you have tim cook of apple who actually we made a speech saying you have. You're not welcome if you're a hate hater. You're not welcome on the platform and i have a conscience which was given to me by god and therefore i know and i think like really you're a billionaire corporation. In the you have no conscience with which the silence me now. When when did we suddenly think that tim cook is so oh such an angel of delight that he is going to be able to censor us with impunity. No you know everybody everybody should talk. I'm not afraid of anybody as long soon as we can fight back right and what we're seeing though is that you have these organizations like s._p._i._c. and they put you on their list. What then happens is that you can't do business at certain places. You can't if if you want to rent a hotel room. They have a dino deal or some sort of a back end business agreement with s._p._i._c. and if you're on their list you're not allowed to rent a certain conference room or i know elder have been a few conservatives that have been banned from using certain banks from using van mo from using hey pal right shortly pale has gone off certain sites because as of their right wing affiliations listen. I have stuff still in hollywood. Projects still moving through an in hollywood the probably the stanford thing will kill them. You know and that's gonna cost me lots and lots of money so unfair to ciller. We'll life is like the life is unfair but we have to stop. We have to stand up for the territory because above above everything else above. This is the fight win this fight. It's more it's more important than this tax policy or that policy or that that regulation the most important thing is not to allow them to silence people because that's everything we can win. We can win every single fight unless they gag us and and shut us now. What do you think we're at. Are you optimistic or pessimistic. In terms of the way things are trending right now. I'm optimistic because i'm optimistic because i believe in a certain strain of common sense and the american people where they start. They start to say like wait a minute..

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