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A highlight from How Carmen Perez Became a Forward-Thinker
"Ladies, gentlemen, welcome to the colorful world of Skittles. Skittles brings you a jolt of five fruity flavors in every bite, giving you the chance to taste the rainbow like never before. Break free from the ordinary day to day with the help of Skittles chewy candy. Skittles is a must in my candy jar, movie snack, even my secret to an afternoon pick me up. And I don't even care who knows it. Add a splash of joy to your day with Skittles. There's nothing better than fruity fun that tickles your taste buds. Taste the rainbow. How do we reimagine our society as a place where we all feel safe? That question is at the heart of Carmen Perez's work as a civil rights activist, including roles as president and CEO of the Gathering for Justice, movement to end racial inequities in the justice system, and co -chair of the Women's March. Carmen shares the importance of learning from our elders, specifically the lessons she learned from more than 20 years working alongside Harry Belafonte, the life -changing loss that shapes her pursuit of justice and of joy, and what happens when a person who prides herself on her strength learns to lean into her softness. Carmen, thank you for doing this. Well, thank you for having me, Alicia. It's been quite some time, so I'm happy we're able to have a conversation today. Carmen, your sense of justice is what frames your entire life and your entire work. And so I think it's really important that we begin with the origin story of how that sense of justice was developed, which was not in a classroom, though you would later go on to cultivate this sense in a classroom. It's really in your own life, in one of the most trying moments of your life, that this lesson is crystallized. Absolutely. I grew up in a Chicano, Mexican -American family, and I grew up in Oxnard, which was right outside of Los Angeles. And we, at a very early age, learned how to navigate the things we were experiencing, sexual trauma, domestic violence, alcoholism, gang violence, police surveillance. That was something that we learned very young. And luckily, I played basketball, I played ball from the age of five all the way to college. I ran track, played volleyball or showed up to volleyball games, I like to say, and played softball all year round. And so that kind of became my therapy. I remember my coach, I would come to practice experiencing something traumatic and my coach would be like, run it off Perez. I just didn't know that the family that I loved and the family that I was a part of were generations involved in gangs or involved in incarceration. I had a brother, Carlos, who was just such a good guy and would get stopped by police just being profiled. And there was an incident that happened in my formative years. I was coming out of a basketball game and he gave me and all my little friends a ride. We were wearing our basketball uniforms and they happened to be red, the colors of the school, and we were stopped by police at gunpoint. And it wasn't until recently that I began to realize, wow, I've been impacted by police violence. It wasn't anything that I thought was abnormal. It was the way of life in Oxnard, California. We always had police contact. There was a lot that we experienced, a lot that I witnessed. And I think all of that then manifested in itself when I lost my sister, Patricia. She was killed right before our birthdays. Her and I were one day apart in two years. She's two years older than me. She was buried on my 17th birthday. And so from that moment as a little girl, I knew I wanted to change the world. It was so weird, even though I had experienced all this trauma and didn't know it was trauma or experienced injustice, didn't know it was injustice. I used to say I wanted to change the world. And the catalyst for me stepping into that power was really when I lost Patricia. When Patricia passed away, I felt like a piece of me died and I had to bury parts of me. I buried my art. I used to write poetry and dance hip hop and pretend I was Eazy -E and I used to love to rap. And I put that all away. I really felt like I buried my joy. I didn't want to live my life feeling like I could experience joy without her. But I remember thinking like I had life and I had to live life for her and I had to live life because she didn't have it anymore. And so everything that I did was in memory of her. I want to put a pin in your personal story and ask about your theory of change. When you imagine justice in this country, what is that holistic vision of what the alternative is? imagination For me, it's really about feeling safe. You know, when I think about law enforcement and my husband, J. Jordan, says this often, we don't have a public safety response system right now. We have a crime response system. So police respond to crime. They don't respond in a way that is safe for communities. And I believe that our communities actually could do better if they're well resourced in order to have what they need to thrive. Quality education, quality health care, rec centers, all these different things is what really makes a thriving economic mobility jobs make a community thrive. When I think about the work that I try to spread in the world is not the absence of violence, but it's the presence of love and justice, right? Making sure that our communities aren't being harmed, that our people aren't being harmed and that we actually value each other. And so for me, this fight around police accountability is now larger than just seeking justice for a family member or loved ones.
Fresh update on "perez" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
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A highlight from Craig O'Shannessy on Alcaraz Vs. Djokovic And The Lead Up to the US Open
"And then Iga, right, as we're heading to the U .S. Open swing. So Craig, thanks for joining us. It's my pleasure. I always love talking tennis with you. We kind of find that that nice ground where we where we dig in, not too deep, but we dig in and chat about some really amazing things that matter to winning and losing. So always a pleasure. Yeah, man, let me tell you, this has been interesting because we saw Al Perez barely be able to complete the match in French Open. Yeah. Then we see him come back and beat Novak in Wimbledon. Honestly, And. in dramatic fashion, I feel like, you know, Novak had his shots, but he didn't have many shots, you know, many chances to win, I should say, right. He had a little glimpse in the second, but he didn't really have many chance. So I'm curious to know what you think was so different about, you know, in the match between the French Open final and the Wimbledon final. Yeah, I was I was lucky enough I took my son with me. We spent the entire two weeks at Roland Garros watching everything. Then we went I took my son to Northern Italy. We did three weeks of camp up there with the Italian Federation and then two weeks at Wimbledon. So we watched a lot of tennis together. Let's start at Roland Garros, where he cramped after a couple of sets. You know, the moment got to him and, you know, we've got to remember he's still a young kid. He's he's accelerating at a pace we've probably never seen, maybe Rafa. He's doing amazing things, but he just wound himself up and made the match and the moment and the result bigger than it needed to be. And, you know, we've all been in that situation where you go out there and you want it so bad, but the nerves create tension in your muscles. And after a couple of sets, he seized up because, you know, the nerves got to him because of the tension got to him. And that was it. So unfortunately, that happened. But he learned from that. Winning queens was everything for him because that got him to a place on grass where he felt comfortable. So that that week there at Queens with probably five or six matches that he played was instrumental, really, really important. And then when we go to the Wimbledon final, he comes out flat. He comes out. Things aren't good. He goes down. I think five love. Not playing poorly. Novak was certainly on. Novak was up for that. Not playing poorly, but certainly not what we expected. And then hangs around in the second, hangs around, gets the crowd behind him, play some pretty good tennis, gets it to a breaker, is down breakpoint. And they get, you know, excuse me, down setpoint. They get into a regular kind of rally. The ball goes over, comes back. Novak's got a backhand. He'll make 21 ,000 times out of 21 ,001. And he hits this routine backhand. Alcreus hit this slightly deep ball. He took a step back. There's no problems. It hits the tape. I zeroed in. I took that in Darfish. I zeroed in. You know, if the net court is kind of here and it hits, it hits in the middle. And if it's half an inch higher, it dribbles up and goes over.
Fresh update on "perez" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Turbulent times call for clear headed insight that's hard to come by these days, especially on TV. That's where we come in. Salem News Channel has the greatest collection of conservative minds all in one place. People you know and trust like Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, Charlie Kirk and more unfiltered, unapologetic truth. Find what you're searching for at SNC Dot TV and on local now channel five twenty five. Welcome back America. It's the first day of my broadcast from the American Legislative Exchange Council. That means that Danny Perez, speaker designated to the Florida House, is with us. Speaker Perez, welcome. Speaker designated Perez. Welcome. We have two segments with you. One we're going to play tomorrow. So I want to start very quickly and not do our normal chitchat banner. Danny, I like to talk about banner, especially about how the Bronx are going to beat the Dolphins in the playoffs. But Danny, let's talk about cash bail. Actually, let's start with school choice. We'll do cash bail tomorrow. Florida passed it. Is it working? It is working, although we've had to make a couple changes. You have to remember our goal. Our goal was to make sure that every child didn't fit within the same box and that a parent had a choice of which curriculum or which school they would send their child to. We accomplished that. But so did many other states. Where I think Florida was able to separate themselves from every other state is we were the first state that was able to mirror the policy with the budget. And that was important because we always had the policy, but we didn't necessarily have the budget. This year, we did the budget during our regular session to mirror our policy on school choice, on ESA. How did we do that? We did two things. One, we took out what was called categoricals. So we were giving money to school boards based on the per student ratio. But we were asking the school board to limit it to certain categoricals. So we were saying, hey, for school bus drivers, this is the money you can spend on school bus drivers. What was happening, school bus drivers weren't being used as much today as they were 10 years ago. So money was being left over and they weren't able to go and change that over to teacher salaries, for example. So we took out many categoricals. That was number one. And I think that was most important, especially in Miami-Dade County. And then second, what we did is that we made sure that all wait lists or caps on certain groups of students were taken away. And what do I mean by that? When we passed our ESA model, our universal school choice, school voucher bill during the regular session, we put a cap on children with developmental disabilities. And that was based on a budget on the money that was coming in. And I don't think we realized how many parents were going to take advantage in a good way of the program of school choice. Well, we quickly realized we reached that cap for those children with unique abilities very quickly. So what did we do? We went back for a special session and we removed that cap. Let me ask you a specific about that. I had many friends of my kids when they were growing up who were dyslexic and they went to schools that were specifically organized for dyslexic students. And they were expensive. Is that the kind of thing we're talking about? Absolutely. Assuming that the school were to accept the voucher program. Now that's another thing, too, because you're starting to see more schools are accepting the voucher program, but it's not all types of schools. And sometimes you need a specific set of skills on behalf of a teacher to attend some of that. That's what I'm working from. But it was expensive. It is. And, you know, I think the more expensive the school, the lesser chance they'll take the program. But nonetheless, at least in Florida, we're starting to see an increased amount of schools that are receiving the voucher program. And we're talking about developmental disabilities. We're not only talking about autism. I mean, we're talking about ADD, for example, ADHD and all sorts of autism on the spectrum. So some that are actually functional that you and I to the naked eye may not understand that this person is unique and has this developmental disability. They also will be a part of the program. You know, and here's really where and this is a huge part of my platform as incoming speaker of the Florida House. My brother's autistic. So I grew up in this world. I know what this world is about. And I very rarely spoke about it. But, you know, he still lives with my parents, but he lived with me until the day I left my house, which in the Cuban culture, we don't leave until we get married. But here's what was interesting to me is, you know, the sacrifice here isn't really the child. It's the parents. It's being able to provide for this child in a way that you don't think you can ever reach because your hands are tied based on what God has given you. And when I'm watching that, my children, which I have three, a five year old, a three year old, and I have a four week old at home. Oh, you got a vacation. I did. But don't tell my wife. She's listening this morning on the way over here. She's like, how'd you sleep? I'm like, oh, I slept terrible. You I slept like a baby. I know. Oh, don't listen. Don't listen. So so something to myself, man, my daughter, five years old, my son, three years old, blessed. They're blessed. I'm so lucky they're able to receive this voucher program. Yet there's a child who's on a wait list that can't receive the program because they have developmental disabilities. I mean, that's that is that was insane. So we fix it. You know, in Florida, when we see a problem, we hit it head on. And so we were able to change it in this last special special session. And and I think it's the supply side of schools that are private. I had last night dinner with the CMO, a charter management organization, and they tell me the back rooms of some of the new schools just aren't working as well as they need to. Do you have supply rising to meet the demand that it allows? We do. We do. We definitely do have the supply to reach the demand. We're still working on out the kinks on the payment. You got to remember how the voucher program works. And right now, the procedure, which I think we're going to fix it again, by the way, the way that the procedure works in Florida is the schools have to front the money and then have to report the students that are receiving the voucher to the state in order for the state to reimburse. Now, what's happening? Some of these schools are smaller than others. Yeah. And there's a gap and there's a wait period and there's 30 days. The float is bad if you're small. It is. It is. I'll tell you the most common ask for help I am receiving in my district office is the small school saying, Danny, can you please call and tell them to hurry up? Because I can't hold more than 30 days. So we got to pay their staff. They got to pay their insurance. They got to pay their buildings and ground. I get the float. That's why it's payday lenders exist, but you don't want them going to payday lenders. You want them to payday lenders are fine for certain things, but not for school. Danny Perez, come back tomorrow. I talked to you about Coconut Grove and the NBC debate because I want to move to Coconut Grove. So we need a state bill to establish a radio studio in Coconut Grove. Don't go anywhere, America. I'll be back tomorrow from Alec, the American legislative exchange council with Danny Perez and other wonderful state legislators. 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Hugh Is Live at ALEC With National Chair Danny Perez
"Favorite guest at ALEC other than Lisa Nelson is Danny Perez and the Florida state legislator. And he was here yesterday with Duane when I was stuck in Newark. And I heard all about it. And we can't have him on with Duane and not talk to him. So Danny is back. Danny, welcome. I'm sorry you had to put up with Duane yesterday. I'm sure it was awful. It's like having to do a marathon in 110 degrees, but you're back. And so thank you for coming back. Thanks for having me. I'm going to be honest. We held our own yesterday. We missed you and your listeners missed you. But Duane and I, we kind of held our own. We were able to hang it, kick it. We were able to have some good conversation. All right. Now I could have fun with you for a long time, but I don't want to have fun with you. I want to find out about Florida education because honest to goodness after in Newark, all I did was read Christopher Rufo, America's cultural revolution. Rufo is now on the board of New College, I believe. And New College is one of those stories that the left wants you to fail so badly. So what are you doing to higher ed? Then we're going to talk about primary ed and school choice. But what did you do at New College? Because the state set that up. The governor made it happen. Governor DeSantis. And it's a radical revolution. I want to know how applications are doing. The truth is we wanted to apply free speech. And it's literally that simple. Because what was happening in New College before President Corcoran was appointed by the BOG, by the Board of Governors to take over that college and be the president. By the way, former Speaker of the House in Florida. The only thing that people wanted to see at New College, that leadership and administration wanted to see at New College were like -minded individuals as far left as you can get with absolutely no diversity, which is what they were trying to preach. They wanted the same person that was thinking the same way and speaking the same talking points. What we're doing is we're allowing free speech. We want everyone to have a seat at the table. And that includes the conservatives. We don't only want conservatives. If a liberal applies, they can come to New College as well. But that's completely different than what we had before Richard Corcoran got there, where not one conservative was able to freely speak their mind without being persecuted. And so what we're doing at New College is we're trying to instill conservative values for those that are willing to talk about it. Even if you're a liberal and you want to talk about it, it's okay. But this DEI pitch that's happening across the country here in Florida, we're not going to stand for it. And at New College, we're going right at it.
Fresh update on "perez" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"I think it's a state of not of a solution he needs, he needs a state of sanity. And someone has to come out and call this. This calls for moral clarity, always clarity, clarity, clarity. It's so difficult. It's so difficult right now. How is your substack doing, by the way? That's the name of your substack, clarity. And you're obviously in a hotel room somewhere. So how do people sign up for that? It's my late wake up call. It's your late wake up call? It's my late wake up call. Well, I appreciate you're doing this. How is Hatzalah doing because you're, it's, and tell me the website, is it IsraelRescue.org or RescueIsrael.org? It's, oh, this is doing wonderful, Hatzalah is doing excellent, it's IsraelRescue.org. We had a major event last night in Atlantic City. That's where I am now. I guess they're not used to waking up people on time after they've been at the roulette table all night. So I apologize for the late wake up call, but then they're probably going to do it again. Hey, wake up. You got to get down to the, you know, get down to the, to the Blackjack tables. But amazing outcome last night, last reporting, the mayor was there, the assembly were there. It's interesting, the outpouring of non-Jews, you asked me often about non-Jews contributing. I would say a third of the audience there was not Jewish last night, including African Americans, people from different backgrounds. It was really quite moving to see that there to support the saving of human lives is quite beautiful. It's IsraelRescue.org. You don't get to write anywhere else. I think it's IsraelRescue.org. That's exactly correct. IsraelRescue.org for people who want to contribute. Now Dr. Oren, when you go back, what do you expect to find in terms of the emotional health of Israel? Because this has been pretty rugged stuff that we've been watching. I mean, I'm in daily contact with my family and I'm in daily contact with, I mean, not daily contact, whenever I'm in contact with my assistants, I have three assistants now in combat. And I spoke to one of them yesterday, has been 30 days straight combat, says that Gaza is hell. And he's had four of his good friends killed right in front of him. And he's a changed human being. And he said something else to me, Hugh, that disturbed me. He says, I'm tired, we're all tired, we're exhausted. And, well, it's disturbed me because this war is far from over and I hope we'll be able to rotate those troops as quickly as possible because I've been in combat, I know how exhausting it can actually be and how soul-changing it can be. They sound like different people and we have a long way to heal from this. We have to heal internally as a society, as a government and to restore our deterrence power also in the region. It's going to be very hard. Have you heard about this recent rumor going around that Hamas is willing to exchange all of the hostages and return for a ceasefire? Yes, and I think the Biden administration yesterday tried to push that on Israel by putting out a tweet that said you're playing into Hamas's hands. Joe Biden tweeted, it wasn't by the president, it's his private accounts, some staff from the White House, said Israel is playing into Hamas's hands. I just couldn't believe it. Well, last night at this event in Atlantic City, I asked the audience, I heard about this just before going up, and I asked them, okay, say you're the prime minister or would you go for this deal? And everybody stood up and said, no, no, no, no. That was an American audience. It was very interesting. It was an interesting moment. But there Hamas really is trying to get us. They're cutting to the quick and they're making their ultimate move. And as I suggested in that one of the clarity articles in the Sophie's Choice clarity articles, I say, OK, we say yes, but on one condition, every single member of Hamas gets out of boat. Right. Oh, yeah. I was just about to say that you offer them evacuations to Iran. Right. Gone. And then you go in and destroy the tunnels, you destroy the infrastructure, you put in place a technocratic government, as Naftali Bennett said on CNN last night, and the rebuilding of Gaza. But they won't accept that, will they, Dr. Ryan? No, of course not. But that should be our reply, though. And otherwise, you know, it looks like we're not getting this, we're not getting the hostages back. But still, it is an unspeakably difficult challenge for the state of Israel. Let me ask you about today. You're going to have to face it to say no to that. Today, Baby Kefir and his sister, the two reds, they call them in the Israeli press. There are only eight children left on the hostage list. There are 10 coming out today. If those children are not in that, do you think Israel ends the ceasefire? Because if they don't, that makes them the ultimate bargaining chips. Everything, every release raises the price. Every release raises the price. And at some point, I've been saying this with you for now, at least a week or two, that at some point, Israel's going to have to make the Sophie's choice, because Hamas will not release all the hostages. Notice he's not releasing a lot of Americans, too. He's trying to drive a wedge between the United States and Israel all the time, is that that choice is coming. And unless, of course, you can convince Hamas to get on that boat. Otherwise, there is no choice, because you have to destroy Hamas. We can't survive without you destroying Hamas. So it's going to be somewhere along the line. It's going to be the hostage or survivor. Did any of your sources give you any idea of how long the war will require to destroy Hamas when the ceasefire ends? And I listened to Gallant yesterday, the defense minister. They're not going anywhere. They're going to finish Hamas, no matter how long it takes. How long do you think it will take? Well, my assistants have told me that they will be in the army to at least January. These are people who went into the army on October 8th. So that is a long time to be away from your families and be away from your work. And it's exhausting, as you heard, emotionally, physically, every way, and traumatic. So that's a long time. And I think that's just this this tranche of of reservists. Listen, if I had my druthers, if I had my druthers, we would freeze the situation in Gaza right now. Keep it the status quo. And we would we would pivot north. Because I don't know you, I don't know how we go back to the status quo, Andy, with Hezbollah. Well, I asked Habib Radegir about that yesterday. He believes that Iran has taken over command and control of Hezbollah to prevent them from doing anything that would trigger the right for Israel to go after. To them, although they've already done enough to do so. But it would be very hard, wouldn't it, for Israel not to strike first? I mean, to do anything other than wait to be hit one minute. No, we've been hit repeatedly. And I think there's every cause of spelling in the world, not the least of which was that we know now what the terrorists can do to a civilian population. We know that no wall is impregnable. And if we don't do this, the northern part of the country is rendered uninhabitable. It's simply that. And I don't know whether maybe we wait until maybe the laser technology is perfected because we're going to be hit by between four and six thousand rocks a day. That's the IDF estimate for what Hezbollah will hit with us. And maybe we need better protection. I don't know. But we cannot, cannot go back to status quo in the north. In the meantime, America, if you support Israel, head over to Israel Rescue dot org, Israel Rescue dot org, whatever you can help. It's it is the time of giving. And boy, does Israel need it. Israel Rescue dot org support United Hadzala. Thank you, Dr. Orrin. We'll talk to you soon. Safe travels to Denver. Welcome back, America. Hugh Hewitt in Phoenix at the American Legislative Exchange Council Annual Policy Summit. It's being live streamed. States and National Policy Summit. If you go to A L E C dot org, you can follow along the bouncing ball. And it's really good stuff. I'm joined by Olivia Beavers of Politico because I want to shift back to Capitol Hill for a moment. Good morning, Olivia. I hope you had a great Thanksgiving. Thank you. I had a great Thanksgiving. Thank you. Wonderful. Good to see you, Olivia. Tell me a little bit about where the Tuberville hold is right now. Is it going to get resolved this week? I think this is a moment where it seems the most likely that it gets resolved in terms of being able to break the military hold. Tuberville, in a private meeting, basically kind of apologized to his colleagues for saying, I'm sorry, I put you in the spot, as as Leader Schumer basically talked about finally changing, potentially changing the rules and moving forward before Christmas break. That was their goal. So I think that he's looking for a way to address the situation. And there is going to be about, I think, nine, you know, they need about nine Republicans to do so. And Democrats think that senators Lisa Murkowski, Mitt Romney, Todd Young, Susan Collins, Joni Ernst, Tom Tillis. They think that those are the types of members that are going to vote to basically if they need them to, you know, to get around the rule and move forward. The smartest thing, though, would be for I have heard this morning from David Drucker. He expects more than the nine they need. He thought maybe half the conference or more might vote for the standing order to allow the 450 military promotions to move forward. And that's the knock on effect that I wrote about for The Post this week of thousands of family members and hundreds, if not thousands of promotions that Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel, captain and commander in the Navy and the Army and Navy respectively move forward. Do you think there is a chance to get that many Republicans on? Because it's not doing away. It's not accepting the violation of the Hyde Amendment. It's not pro-abortion to do this. It's just saying, what do you think? I'm not entirely sure what the whip count looks like, but I do know that privately, the frustrations are maybe a bit broader than we might see transform into votes, which tends to be sort of a thing we see up on Capitol Hill quite a bit. But probably there are a ton of Republicans who are very frustrated with the situation. They don't like the DOD policy on abortion, but they also are saying this should not be impacting our military performance and our national security, which is why you've seen some people really kind of start to speak out either privately or publicly about Senator Tuberville's position. One thing that we should be looking for is Tuberville is sort of looking for an off ramp with the NDAA. But after it kind of became clear that they wouldn't be getting a vote on the DOD abortion policy, I think we're trying to be looking to see what his next strategy will be, because I don't think that he's done with this fight that he's just so strongly tied himself to. Well, he can continue it on, but for one year standing resolution, we'll take it off the table. And I had Marsha Blackburn on the show yesterday said she thinks it's going to get resolved. Ted Cruz on Friday on the show, it was Thursday last week, said he expected it to get resolved. Maybe it was Wednesday. I think people and Marsha Blackburn referenced a visit she had made to a military base in Tennessee. You know, these senators have now heard from everybody in their states on the active duty military that this is not pro-life. It is anti-military. And I think they're going to move, Olivia. And I just don't know when that policy resolution is going to come to the floor or if Chuck Schumer even wants to get it resolved now. I think that they're going to move quite quickly. My colleagues reported that Schumer was looking before the Christmas break. So I think we're going to be seeing that in the coming weeks. And hopefully before the start of next year, they'll be able to have that resolved. And I also do think that they will get it resolved. But I also have covered enough in Congress where I wait and something pops up and surprises you last minute. So I always get careful with where I'm going to put my bets. Leader McConnell yesterday said Israel aid needs to move without conditions. Is that the consensus within the Senate writ large, except for those 25 Democrats who signed a letter yesterday? I just can't believe they they want to condition aid to Israel. I mean, there's so many talks that are going on in terms of that, but we're even just seeing as early as this morning, Republicans were pushing for changes on the border. Senator Thune went and talked to the House Republican whip meeting yesterday to sort of present a broader idea. And I think Republicans are waiting to see what they think about the plan, to have a more clear idea of the plan before they sort of respond. But Democrats are saying that they're uncomfortable with the parole requirements that Republicans say is a necessary bottom line idea. So they're very far from being able to move forward on a broader, you know, aid package. You can answer this for me. The Ukraine funding is tied up with immigration reform and border strengthening. I thought the Israel funding was moving separately from that, or is it all one package? So that's how it was passed through the House, but they expect that, you know, Biden has said that he would reject it. He wants it more broadly to include, you know, Ukraine. They think that that's how they can get it through with Republicans. And so then it's now you're seeing it being remodeled in a broader discussion. Olivia, the president is pushing for a two state solution, and it's not for the Middle East, it's for the Democrats. He needs one state for the Bernie Sanders anti-Israel part of his policy and Rashida Tlaib and another for the Chris Coons and solid with Israel Democrats who've been that way forever. So good luck to the president on getting that done, because you've got to revolt on his hands because he's too strongly pro-Israel. Olivia Beavers, follower on X, the site formerly known as Twitter, follower at Politico and see her each week here. Thank you, Olivia. I'll be right back from the ALEC gathering in Phoenix, ALEC.org. If you want to live stream all the ALEC proceedings, stay with us. Welcome back America. I'm Hugh Hewitt in Phoenix at the American Legislative Exchange Council, their annual policy summit. I'm joined by Lisa Nelson, who is the CEO of the American Legislative Exchange Council. I last saw her. I was wearing my tuxedo, Lisa. I never put that on. I put that on for ALEC because I love ALEC so much. And I put on my tuxedo and I emceed because I got the poke on Danny Perez and that was fun, too. That was quite the gala. Is that that way every year? It's not every year. It's every five years. And I don't even know if I'll do it in five years. I did it at the 45th because it was my third year on the job as CEO. And I thought, what a great marker to say we've made it 45. And I thought, well, am I going to make it to 50? And we did. And this organization is stronger than ever. So to have you there. And I squeezed myself into a nice dress, too. So I dressed up and it was fun to do that. I've never been in that building before. No, I've never been in D.C. since 1983 and I've never been in that building. Now, I want every state legislator who's listening to know they need to join ALEC because if they saw this, they would know why. So let's just run through your agenda. So people who are maybe thinking about becoming sponsors of ALEC, if they come here, they'll meet everybody. Number two, a state legislator coming. But what's the first thing you're doing today on Wednesday? Well, I'm really excited. And when you talk about legislators joining ALEC, I think over 350 new legislators have joined ALEC just this year, which is super exciting. I mean, you think about seven thousand three hundred total legislators. And to have that you have turnover all the time. So the content and the programing and what we put on as an educational tool for legislators is really important. Today, we are going to kick off with Governor, former Governor Doug Ducey is going to open us and welcome us to Arizona. I'm I'm sad that he's not in the governor's office, but but he's doing really good work with his new organization. But right after that, we're going to have a really good conversation about the balanced budget. Speaker Johnson, new Speaker of the House in D.C. is sending a video because Mike Johnson knows where it happened. Oh, my gosh. Was he a state legislator? Well, he was a state legislator in Louisiana and he was a member of ALEC. So he got trained and schooled up very, very well in his acceptance speech. I was watching it and I got chills because he talked about the seven things that he wanted to do. One of them was to establish this debt commission, bipartisan, bicameral, House and Senate at the federal level. But that would restore that balance of power and get the states back in charge of the budgets and balancing the budgets. So we're going to talk about that. The chairman of the Budget Committee is also sending a message. So you have the two leaders in Washington are finally saying it's time to listen to the states. Thirty four states have ratified this. It's time to actually move this forward. So there will be a really good discussion on fiscal responsibility, fiscal restraint. If we have to do it at our kitchen tables, don't you think Congress should do it in the federal government? So that will be exciting.
"perez" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Perez Hilton here is saying Kardashian state and machine gun Jones from the rotten apples. Do you agree yes or no? What's the difference? Marcus Allen had nothing to do with that account, either does Lin desantis. It doesn't matter. If you apparently you're getting people on the record, yes or no for randos on Twitter. Why not just start pulling random accounts out? By the way, touche to the House judiciary GOP account at judiciary GOP who found an account, Linda Sanchez on Twitter with like two followers, Linda sans three one three 9 9. And said, wow, I didn't realize the Sanchez was so magical because the account tweeted out. Donald Trump is the greatest president of my lifetime. Touche, daddy O, touche. It's legit. Yeah, totally. She says Linda Sanchez, Jim. What else do you need? I mean, Jim's like questioning. It's not Linda Sam. Come on, Jim. Get with the program. I mean, it says Linda Sanchez right there. I mean, no one else's named Linda Sanchez. That's just her. Like Marcus Allen. I mean, mark is no one in Marcus. I mean, Alan Albert last name Allen, who has that last name. It's like one of them out there. I mean, come on, guy, Marcus. That was Eddie Murphy's name in boomerang. Okay. Remember earth they can't. Okay, I was like, wow, that she was rough. I was like, I don't need to see that. I'm good. Thank you. But there's a great song from p.m. dawn in there. Die without, I love that song. I had a girl break up with me once, and I said her that song on tape, I left it on her patio. Oh wow, this is awesome. Wait, hold on a second. Yeah, thank you. Oh, and this is query. Hold on. Ah, this is so good, sorry. All right, back to the show. Folks, I got to do, I'm sorry. A 600 hours a week. Sometimes stuff's got to get done. I owe you first. But sometimes stuff yes, this girl broke up with me once. So I remember you used to make cassette singles. I let that left that song on her porch. That she got back together with. No, no, she wound up dating some guys stony brook anyway. But I don't know, later on, she joined the call me back later because I don't know. I had a job at all and everything and you guys know so much about me. It's like weird. Sometimes I run into people I'm out eating or whatever and I'm like damn. You know, how's your left toenail Fiona Mike? What? And I'll be like 6 weeks ago I said something about stubborn. My phone like, you guys have the most amazing memories like, I forget stuff about me. I'm reminded of in public all the time. We got a special message from president Trump yesterday. I want to forget this. He's always very nice to send in this exclusive content. It just for us. He had a few comments. He wanted to share with the audience he knows this is a vehicle for him here. So, Jim, if you would, a special message from president Trump to the Dan bongino show audience, check this out
Fresh update on "perez" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"All right. My number is 1-800-520-1234, 1-800-520-1234. How deep is the rot in America? Those are random people who happen to go to an Oakland city council meeting because the Oakland city council was doing performance theater at the local level. It's like summer stock and way out of the place, like Packard Music Hall in Warren, Ohio, where we used to get Paul Lin playing Fagan and Oliver Twist, right? Bad theater with one name. There were no names. We didn't even have a Paul Lin here last night. I believe it's a canary in the coal mine. That level, they're not students, all right? Stupid students running around campuses threatening Jewish students is something that was sad enough. But that level of ignorance and misinformation tells me that our minds are being poisoned by propaganda. And we've got to do something about that. While we get phone calls from you, 1-800-520-1234. I'm going to talk to play that for Dr. Michael Oren in hour two. I'm going to find out from Olivia Beavers. I'm going to talk with Lisa Nelson from the American Legislative Exchange Council. Danny Perez will be here. Tomorrow, we'll be wall to wall with Alec Guest. We were out to dinner last night in Phoenix with some of our desert friends, and we meaning General Ishi Mio got over here. I beat him here. I came from DC, and I actually got here before he did, and he came from Orange County, California. And he took eight hours to drive what is essentially a three-hour drive. And so what were you stopping and go to the Grand Canyon on your way here? Well, the factual part of the statement you just made was that we're both here. Now everything else beyond that is nonsense, of course. Let me ask you about dinner last night because my PhD, weightloss.com, is a sponsor. So I was keeping an eye on the scalloped potatoes because I had a very straight-up Caesar salad and a filet. We were at the Capitol Grill in Scottsdale, and it's a wonderful place to eat. And so I had my filet, no side dishes, and scalloped potatoes never made it past you. That's not true. No, I just saw them. They stopped dead, and then they were gone. Now I might have missed someone getting a scoop, but they were all gone, and the broccoli was untouched.
García homers, Lowe has 3 RBIs as Rangers down Astros 6-2
"Nathaniel Lowe collected two hits and he drove in three runs as the Texas Rangers beat the Houston Astros 6 to two. Lowe's first inning double put the rangers on top when nothing, but he blew the game open when he drove in a pair in the 5th. Rangers manager Bruce bogey. Loads of that was big. He was violent up there to strikes and he fought off the tough fastball up in him and laid it out there for not to run single. I'd always Garcia hit a two run Homer for the rangers while Martin Perez held the Astros to two runs over 5 innings. Adam spelling Houston
3 women missing in Mexico after crossing from Texas on trip
"Three Texas women have been reported missing in Mexico and their families are asking for answers. There are two sisters, maritza and Marina Perez Rios, and their friend Dora cervantes seance. Last heard from February 24th. After they traveled about three hours from the McAllen Texas area to a flea market in nuevo Leon state, Mexico. They were heading there to sell clothing and the husband of one woman became concerned when they lost phone contact and he reported them missing. Authorities say they're investigating and the FBI has been notified, but this case stands in stark contrast to the response to the abduction of four Americans on a road trip for plastic surgery, which ended this week with two deaths. I'm Jackie Quinn
CNN: Federal Investigation of Hunter Biden Reaches Critical Juncture
"So what's the latest with Hunter Biden This is Evan Perez and Evan Perez never lies at CNN Why Nobody even knows who heaven Perez is Nonetheless the federal investigation at a Hunter Biden's business activities is nearing a critical juncture as investigators way possible charges and prosecutors confront Justice Department guidelines to generally avoid bringing politically sensitive cases close to an election according to people briefed on the matter The Joe Biden up for election One of the final decision has been made on one of the bring charges against Joe Biden's son sources say the probe has intensified in recent months along with discussions among Delaware based prosecutors investigators running the probe and officials at Justice Department headquarters Just give the matter to the U.S. attorney of Washington D.C. he'll know how to kill it in two minutes I'll treat you like an abortion David Weiss the U.S. attorney in Delaware's leading the probe which dates back to his early 2018 Discussions recently have centered around possibly bringing charges that could allege tax violations and make a false statement in connection with Biden's purchase of a firearm At a time he would have been prohibited from doing so because of his acknowledged struggles with drug addiction No he was a Coke addict The investigation of the president's son is loom large among the politically fraught issues Merrick Garland faces as attorney general Weiss is one of a handful of appointees of former president Donald Trump who were kept on by Biden administration because they were over sync politically sensitive investigations
'Replacement Theory' Is Promoted by the Left Through LatCrit
"Replacement theory Again I had never heard of that before Shame on me I suppose But I have heard of a lot crit movement And I did write about it in American Marxism And it's interesting how that is completely and utterly ignored Completely and utterly ignored Now we have to be able to have an honest discussion about some of these things But the Joe scar borrows in his Elk they don't want to Replacement theory if I understand it it was advanced by the left And it's unfortunate we have to get into the mud like this But it's advanced by the left Something called Latina Latino critical race theory or LAT crit And Lindsey Perez huber a post doctoral scholar at UCLA wrote it involves experiences unique to the Latina Latino community such as immigration status language ethnicity culture a lack code analysis has allowed researchers to develop the conceptual framework of racist nativism a lens that highlights the intersection of racism nativism But what's the bottom line Promoted by some of these radicals in the lacrim movement I guess it's replacement theory
Kansas City Royals' Salvador Perez Ties Johnny Bench's HR Record for Catchers
"Oakland trying to hang on in the wild card race face. The royals yesterday. The biggest moment of the game actually came from member the royals blackburn come set at the belt. Brings it home. I ball deep left center. The wind will push it to the wall and con salvador perez home run members forty five and no pun intended good that is a benchmark homerun because he was one game behind hall of fame. Catcher johnny bench for most home runs in a season. Danny matthews that call one home run behind johnny bench. She's now tied with johnny bench. Forty five home runs for catcher in a season. He obviously is going to break that record. The question now is whether or not he's gonna reach fifty
"perez" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"Am your host. Gloria grace rand and today. I've got a guest on the show. Who is an expert what we are actually doing here today. Which is podcasts. So i'm gonna tell you a little bit more about him. In a second. But i i want to welcome david perez all the way from columbia today so welcome. David thank you very much. We're having me gloria. I'm delighted to to talk with the so. I'm gonna tell you why This guy's an expert. He is a podcast producer. Who actually helps. Health and wellness coaches build. Their audiences grow their online presence. And find your voice through podcasts. And he's also of course a podcast host himself for a show called audience coach which is focused on helping coaches start and run their own. Uh shows and he has accompanied podcasters through the production of over a thousand podcast episodes and featured in a top publications. Which i'll have a lot of the stuff in show notes for you but essentially He really helps. People develop podcast content and devise it and come up with strategies to help business owners. So i thought where we'd start is not only why someone should start a podcast But is it too late to start a podcast because it seems like it's got a chance of being over saturated now oversaturated. If i can speak properly today so is it number. One is it. Is it still a good time to start a podcast. And then why should a small business owner to it. Okay so Is it too late to start a podcast. I think i mean absolutely is not too late. is it will be the same question. Is it too late to start a blog or is it too late to start a youtube channel. I think every single child no matter what channel you pick is going to be saturated of social media Blogs broadcasting whatever you do there's always going to be situation Does why niching down is important. So is is about being late. It's about speaking in each and being consistent A lot of podcasts. Like so many podcasts. Do not go beyond their tenth episode. So the and yeah. I mean is is just As a yo police who is content marketers says. It's a war of attrition. Like boston just like any other kind of content strategy for a business is a long term game so you need to plan for term and there are always going to be near things that are going to be always like Other shows there's going to be a lot of competition buddies a matter of finding your space your spot in the in the in your niche. You're marketing your industry. So how does it benefit. Small business owners in particular. Why should they consider starting a podcast. There are so many of so many reasons. I at least two or three of them. First of all you're gonna be able to Build yourself anemic as an expert in your area came because you're going to be sharing information that is just gonna be just information that is going to be out there but many times is going to be practice collect vise that listeners can apply themselves into their lives into their like god daily they lease a daily lives for for example if they bought his about waste laws. So they're gonna be able to take your knowledge a play that through their lives and see if it works if it resonates with them and then that will give you an with day much of north authority of an expert in the area and potentially give you leads just leads qualified leads because these people already know you already trust you the arena what you have to author and they know if it works for them so that's going to be very very important There are others size like beyond just listener site the l. your site for example. It's a very nice opportunity to connect with other people in your industry to network because running up. Podcast is taibbi conversations with people like you and i are having a conversation right now. I'm sure you've hell lot of guests before me. You're gonna have a lot of mortgage after me and from all of them. You're going to be learning you. Stop you're gonna be proving your own. Practice can be connected with other experts in other areas so anytime you need to Maybe a face a challenge or maybe you need to collaboration with somebody. You're already have that network and you can support each other and a third point. Which is which i think is is is connected to the second one which is very important. You're gonna be able to self reflect on your practice But because he's a very like having conversations through is a very nice way of getting out of the echo chamber You go like sometimes we have conceptions about or practice or knowledge about or approach but they. We have a conversation with other person in we think. Oh my god okay. This is a new approach. I had never thought of this. Even if it's something. I had known for a while Needs a completely new approach to it. So it's a very nice way to reevaluate they. Will you process things that. Would you approach things. And the way you do things in your practice. So i think in every single aspect of your business internal and external is a positive contribution. Absolutely you know and i love that last point because i was just interviewing someone yesterday who we are in alignment and in how we work with people but she comes at it from a different way and just really made me aware of something in my own personal life. That was just so mind blowing. Frankly and it had an so beneficial to me and we also connected afterwards because she had written a book. I've written a book and we exchange books so you so now we can kinda continue developing that relationship. So i love. I love all those reasons. It's definitely some of the reasons that i even started this podcast. How've you talked a little bit about. You know being able to listen to the audience. I think. I think you said but how does a podcast actually help you to really engage authentically. Because that's part of what my live. Love engage title is about. It's about living fully loving deeply and engaging authentically so how how does that help.
Royals' Perez Ties Bench's HR Mark With 45th in Loss to A's
"Chad Pinder furnished a two run single while the athletic scored four times in the third inning of a seven to win at Kansas city the ace had just two hits in the third inning and only one while scoring three in the ninth Josh Harrison was four for five with two RBIs and two runs scored Paul Blackburn allowed six hits over five innings including a two run Homer by Salvador Perez in the first press has forty five home runs tying Johnny bench for the most by anyone playing at least seventy five percent of his games behind the plate the outcome puts the ETS within three games of a wild card slot I'm Dave Ferrie
El Salvador Leads World in Adopting Bitcoin as Official Currency
"Salvador is one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere and relies heavily on remittances payments setback from workers in the united states since two thousand and one el salvador has used the us dollar after ditched its local currency the cologne. The country is not known for leading the world in financial innovation. But on tuesday it's set to become the first nation in the world to accept bitcoin as a national currency. The move has been celebrated by bitcoin fans across the globe but on the ground. The reaction has been different with protests and popping up in the capital. San salvador are deputy editor for latin america. Santiago perez recently visited the country to find out how the government plans to make this transition work. And why it's taken this bold move and he joins us now to discuss high santiago. Hello how are you today. I'm doing well This seems like a pretty big deal. El salvador is a country of more than six million people. Starting today. it's going to be the first in the world to accept bitcoin as legal currency. How is that going to work well to start this giant step for the evolution of bitcoin. So it is quite remarkable that such a tiny country embarking such experiment so as of september seventh of others. We'll have the option to either pay for services with us dollars which that became the national currency almost two decades ago or they can use bitcoin for
Dutch GP Qualifying Report
"Stop taking pole position at the dutch grand prix it to the absolute delight of the sea of oranges the grandstands the red bull driver was until form throughout the day showing absolutely blistering pace and he did not let up. When it came to qualifying he will start alongside title rival hamilton. He came close just under four hundreds of max but he couldn't quite take that pole position. Teammate voucher brought us will be starting p. Three tomorrow ahead of goslett who was on fantastic form once again and secured a p four start. Charlotte cloud will lead an ferrari. Thaad right after pipping teammate. By just one hundredth of a second a strong performance from ferrari especially from the team humanity repack hall assigns call after a big shunt in f. p. Three antonucci of nazi was a standout performer of qualifying securing a piece. Seven any six hundred behind la. Mp five after solid showing from the affirmation driver throughout today's session. Meanwhile there was no can be rocketing on track today. Often news break this morning that he tested positive for cave in nineteen as a result wrote cubit place winding up p eighteen equally. The app came in p. a. m. p. nine with daniel ricardo rounding out the top ten on while the was several standup performances. Today that will also some shocks notably the elimination of sergio perez and sebastian vessel in q. One traffic caused issues for both drivers with such a missing the kochav seven hundreds behind sonoda on winding up sixteen. Sebastian vessel found himself stuck behind the house. 'cause of nikki to massive pain and makes you mce forcing best to abort his flying lap. The hospital was summoned to the stuarts. But knife i've action was taken off the stewards deemed. It was not unnecessary. Impeding with vessel reportedly also explaining to the students that were just too many calls in one place. We had to red flags in the session. Both as a result of incidents involving the williams drivers fastly in q. To george russell suffered from snack of either. Stay on the entry into the final corner ending up in the barrios. The red flag was bored out but he was able to get the car back to the pits but with sadly unable to rejoin the session. So ended up eleven.
Merrifield Has 3 RBIs, Perez Homers as KC Downs Astros 7-1
"Daniel Lynch allowed one run over five innings as the Kansas City Royals won for the fourth straight game beating the Houston Astros seven to one Lynch left the game with a two one lead but the Astros had two on with nobody out in the sixth to mingle Tapia entered the game many worked out at the gym Kansas city's bullpen did not allow a run in four innings and the Royals scored two runs in the seventh and three runs in the eighth to pull away with merry fielded Emmanuel Rivera finished with three hits for Kansas city Adam schooling Houston
"perez" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"Energy that he felt on the old owners was don suddenly. It was like it was like now. I can always money on. Improvements like key could not settle. This is my home until i had done the home energy clearing or him in similar. At like a 'cause. I did in scotland that was in the seventeen. Hundreds imagine how much stress energy bear. Now he was struggling to in. There were a lot of stress energy there against She wanted to do home improvements and do the things home. She was thinking a lot of people. I tell them if you're thinking of moving 'cause there's something you don't like about the home do this because it's cheaper. I'd say the similarities If you all back home and now. I love watching facebook because i can see all these redoing the kitchen. He's doing all these great things and then like you know Afternoon for my example. I had a different certified purchaser. Do my home. Because i wanted to have that experience and my husband died his dream job. I swear to god like within a month afterwards like it was like amazing named a very odd situation where he was just the extra interview for the he works for. Ge and he's a senior executive they're just the extra interview but he's like. I want this. I can't believe this showed up. I don't even know how this showed up. And then suddenly it all worked out. I was like oh my god know. This is a lot of stories of of people suddenly feeling like one woman stagnated in our business and now like it's just things are flourishing so we always say we don't know what's happening result of clearing mum. It's just like sometimes what you hope will happen won't happen i because sometimes other things to resolve and stuff like that but it's all about really bringing into What you're here to do another side of the work. I do is The energetic We're all here with a purpose in life design in when we're not in a lightning with that A life just harder and sometimes we are not celebrated for uniqueness know client. She was stressing about how she likes to work at night and She's like oh. I need to get on like you know what you know. Maybe your energy pisano reply that money in for that might embracing in. That's when you thrive so. Sometimes i feel like we really need to embrace some of us. Strive you know working at night. Sometimes some of us new alone time. Sometimes we need more. We need people in our lives. No we all thrived differently. And i love when can really embrace who they are without judgment and just allow And i feel like when. I see that people just you know if someone asked me climb recently. I just want to get into flow like hiring them at five one. I was just like part of it is letting go. It's try to control the low. It is hard. I understand a state. I always say requires two things like a desire to be happy leap of faith in that leap of faith can be scary. I get it in. I have of mantra that. I say that were going to forget but i say I live my life following my heart. Rate and i feel like if you master all these things that thinks just flow on your new. Brace your journey without You appreciate your cousin. You rabble in your uniqueness in the last one is trusting the unknown in that can be scary. But what i found in my own life is what i really let go the how and trust what appears so much better than you even imagine and i. I heard that for a long time. If all like mike dooley or wayne dwyer when it is so true inclined to sway. Because i've said intentions in you do your car. You meet. if he percents redo are they ask you take more usually like eighty percent and it's amazing. How things absolutely asset experienced that numerous times and that's definitely what i talk to clients about as well. Just let go and and see what happens and trust. Yeah an open your heart to receive you know. See what comes up so this has been amazing and i know. I'm sure that there are people out there who are going to be like okay. I need to get my house cleared. How do i get a hold carolina. So what is the best reach out to. You may website aligned by caroline a. l. i. g. e. d. b. y. c. a. r. o. l. com And then if you want to join the magical helped us. That's on facebook. You just put a magical helped us up pop up right away and do offer a free general energy clearing. Anybody joins that once one so this you can experience a personal clearing in what that does is like if a full personal clearing think of like a deep tissue massage where you get all those knots out. This is more like a light swedish. Start getting some most stressed now. It's kind shoulders right. Had neck and shoulder is on my website of distress nuts in their old. Like little things here. Some always doing this job to get. But i'd love it. I love it. Thank you so much Carolina i love. I love your energy number one. You've got great energy. And so i i you know. Negative energy doesn't stand a chance around you. I can see why just cleared right up when you walk into a room absolutely so thank you so much for being here today and and sharing a little bit of your story and what you're up to in the world and i really appreciate you being here. Yeah and being on the show today. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah and thank you everyone out there. Who is eater washing on youtube or listening on your favorite podcast platform. I appreciate you as well and you know eleven when you leave comments. I actually got a phone call today from someone who is listening to the podcast and that was a wonderful thing to experience. So thank you thank you in fact shoot now. I just forgot her name. So i can't even give her a shout out but i will next time But i appreciate all of you out there listening and until next time as always i encourage you to go out and live fully. Love deeply and engage authentically. Did you know that a majority of entrepreneurs tend to discount the importance of their work and a good number feel. Their success is simply due to lock. I know from personal experience. That self-doubt can keep you from having the kind of life and business you desire. That's why i created a free guide called uniquely new how to move from self doubt to self love enforce simple steps to claim your free guide. Go to live. Love engage dot gift. That's live love. Engage dot g i asked..
The Benefits of Clearing Your Energy and Feelings with Caroline Perez
"Every time you have an emotion or traumatic than our life challenge. Economy creates a stress. Not in deals. Can you imagine like a bunch of stress knots and think of them as almost like a kink in a garden hose. So we're not like you know taking anything or moving all we're doing is on kingking allowing stop flow and we create these things sometimes with our thoughts and feelings so we have three choices when we have a feeling we can get swept away by a we can suppress it. We can let it go and usually what creates the knots. more is when we suppress it. Are we get sucked away by it right. So it's important to start to look feelings. Ask just information. I love to think of it in this way. So like you know if you walk into a room. That's just been painted and you can smell those teams are like ooh. I don't like that doesn't smell good. It's just information it's telling me know someone just painted here okay. It's okay. I'm not gonna freak out similar with a feeling like if we suddenly feel some anger if we just look at information Okay it's interesting really angry right now Because in our bodies really only feel it feeling for ninety seconds it only goes longer because of the stories the things we start an magin just letting it go at acknowledging it or even get curious and just like yeah. This is anger. it's not gonna be forever we'll pass right and just not getting swept away so another way to think about it is if feelings of balloon in it's coming up so it's like oh my god. I'm feeling the anger out. Right a key technology and be like okay. Get curious but not to grab the string in get sucked away away for days other things. Suppressing it in so like holding it down and you can imagine energy to suppress all these balloons. If you have all these balloons like it's you know it's exhausted. Physically feel that but then man just leading a up in letting it rise and let it go. You know it can take practice. We're not all perfect neglect epa thinking. You've a of our feelings. As just information into getting curious without nearly judgment can really help keep us balanced to
Reyes 2 Triples, Tigers Beat Slumping Red Sox 8-1
"The red Sox lost for the sixth time in seven games is Victor Reyes tripled twice and collected three RBIs in the Tigers eight one route of Boston keryx Google was sharp over five shutout innings allowing five hits and striking out four the rookie had allowed six home runs over ten two thirds during his previous two starts Jonathan Scott contributed two hits and two RBIs for Detroit Boston starter Martine Perez he pulled his shortest outing of the season allowing three runs on five hits over an inning in the third the socks are one and a half games behind the AL east leading rates I'm Dave very
Rays Hit 3 HRs, Beat the Red Sox 7-3 to Tighten AL East Race
"Tampa Bay is within a half game of the AL east leading red Sox after homers by yandy Diaz Mike Zunino and Randi Rhodes arena power to raise to a seven three win against Boston wander Franco added a two run double while the race bill to six to lead by the fourth inning Zunino arose arena had solo shots off losing pitcher Martine Perez for rays relievers limited Boston to two hits in four scoreless innings after starter Josh Fleming gave up three runs here as was tagged for six runs in four frames Boston played without third baseman Rafael Devers because of a leg injury I'm Dave Ferrie
Boo Weekley's Recommendations for 'Fore the People'
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"perez" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"Because i do think that that's the culture and society that we're in that if we're having this conversation twenty years ago we wouldn't even be discussing vulnerability authenticity and yeah point point. Really well taken anywhere eric please. Yes so i just want piggybacking. Were both you guys said. Because absolutely vulnerability and authenticity are the currency of the age. Read of the time that we live in right now. And i think i am one part. Some kudos what you just said. Tim wind been talking about vulnerability like this twenty years ago. I grenade brown gets a lot of credit for that right like her research in her ways. She's kinda been very vocal about that. I think it's really good and it's really valuable. I think we're also starting to see because of that. What i hope become really healthy. Things i mean. I know that some of our conversations aren't big places like this really are As we start to understand people better. So when i when i hear the like how much is too much. I don't know if we can go too far. They don't you know. Maybe we don't share everything with everybody but i think you have to have vulnerability authenticity. And that's especially in our business. In podcasting online business. People gravitate towards it points. We'll take anyone else want to chime in before we before we wrap here because i just got word from how he's team unfortunately doesn't look like he's gonna be able to come until by one forty five and that means we're going to be sitting here hanging out and i'd love to do that but actually will reschedule with how so we'll get him back on another time so any any final thoughts here from patrick or mad or shea or anybody else here on stage as it relates to being featured or yeah. Please shave fire away or patrick. I just got through with the Let me go ahead. Let me let me go to mute. Mute there while you're starting to go ahead patrick. Yeah i just I just saw the feature. I i didn't know i was number three man. I'm so like blown away by that..
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"God A mirror opposite of me would be. It would be me just because i really think i've done the job. In life attic knowledge and embracing the yang and the yang at the dark. And the light which we all have you know like although there's those people who tried to you know paint this false narrative that they're perfect. Their lives are perfect. They make no mistakes and all of these things that they're you know the best at everything you know I'm a great speaker but also be shy awkward and introverted parties. I i. I'm everything i'm you know like they say. Be i be off the mega or whatever the expression is like i. I don't know. I think the the opposite of me is me. What does that say about me. I don't know you just blew my mind. Well marcus you've asked this question a lot of times. What what what does that say. You gotta give them some insight here. Is that safer. No police of course. An open forum. Please yeah. That's a great question What does that say about you. I'm not a therapist Though i'd also have one You know what i like about. That is that I is important to to be well rounded and to be able to see the world from different perspectives and to not Just sort of Only only have one way of. Yeah only one way of seeing the world and that that's kind of what i hear in that You know i think. I think they're you know everybody does have some opposite. Maybe an opposite would be someone who is unable to see the world from different perspectives So anyway i like your answer is good. Thank you go already. Jim and opportunity here and And then chris. Jim how about a quick intro and i've got a question for peres Feel free. yeah thank so. I'm i'm adad of three. My my boys are three five and seven and About a year and a half ago my wife start at. She asked me to start recording stories because ever since my boys were little i just make up stories on the spot. Just as a part of like bedtime and I'm sure a lot of other. Dads here are bedtime storytellers as well and i started traveling for work and so she wanted me to start recording them. And i put him on as a podcast to easily distribute to my wife's phone my kids ipad and then it just kinda blew up and is now doing about half a million downloads every month and it has been the absolute like love enjoy of my of my life over the past year and a half of just creating content for kids and and i just i love being a dad and i'm i'm approaching a really like pinnacle point in my podcast journey Where i'm looking to be quitting my job and doing this full and and so i guess my question to to everyone on. Here's a little little more selfish of of just looking for some guidance here like Like this week. I was there an offer.
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"That really helps to legitimize the podcast industry and elevate the the industry as a whole thinking. You know what. Maybe we should launch podcast magazine as i started talking more people and just floating around eric approach me and he said dude. I really like what you're thinking about doing here with podcast magazine. Have you thought about having somebody to to take on the role of of writing about the religion and spirituality category. And if you haven't thought about that. I'd love to volunteer to take that on and and be responsible for that category so i was thinking man. Okay yeah that'd be great man we'd love to have you on board and then we started looking at apple and the top level categories and. We're like wait a minute. We'll farouq do religion spirituality. Maybe we can find somebody to to be a category director for business and for health and fitness and for history news on and on and on but before we knew it we had a team of twenty one category directors who are responsible for each of those respective categories and. That's really all due to eric. Kinda taken the vision that i throughout their. Hey what do you guys think. And eric sand. Yeah i see that vision. Let me be involved with it. So really the the category directors and if you have a podcast many of you do and you want to be featured in the magazine. The best thing to do is to reach out for the appropriate category director. That represents your top level category and all of that really is because of eric's initial conversation with me saying hey can i be a part of this. Can i be the category director for religion spirituality. So little little behind the scenes story that you may not know eric. what's up. Buddy steve thanks. We're told that story on that story yemen. Please alert to yes. So i often tell a story in a little different context. Because you don't know. As i was at a corner bakery on my laptop drinking a cup of coffee and a little freaked out because i wasn't sure like it was i was like wow is that that'd be amazing and i just thought it was such a cool opportunity but inspire this whole big thing which is why i think is so important to say yes. That's probably one of the main things i've learned learned from you and kind of a relationship after over the years. Steve is just say things in the figure them out and see what happens so Yeah that's it. i thought i am. The religion spirituality category director. And i love it. Always lots of interesting people and things happening. My show is halfway there. We talked about the christian spiritual journey. That's my background. We talk about the the downs all the things that that happened. The ways that we grow Which is which is always fun. to kind of dig into some stuff that you don't get to talk about in church So that's gonna koidu I have a question for for press. I guess i talked about what things that you say. Yes to present curious. What's something that you said yes to that was like a huge Moment for you and then maybe like important thing and then how are you like passing. Unser kids you know. I think everything can be a huge moment. you know. i like to apply and i. I didn't even know that they did this. Until after i started talking about my theory i like to apply this this tool that they use an improv. A lot in. Oh it's not just about doing things and saying guests two things it's then saying yes. And so that's what i i like to do. Is like okay for a random.
"perez" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"My daily walks. Honestly like i am i. I'm i'm officially old right now. Like not only taking the time to work out but taking fifteen minutes. After i work out to go for a walk by myself and giving me that time to just look at all of my neighbors beautiful gardens but this is true story. You can go on my instagram. And it filled me with so much joy to see these beautiful purple flowers or plant or whatever blooming and just. It's a form of meditation for me. So just being able to have that time to have even more gratitude for everything even more gratitude. That i'm healthy. That i don't have chronic pain or an illness that might kids are healthy. That my mom's okay that Things to look forward to this launch of this new thing that i'm doing You know. I think it comes with age as well but not comparing yourself as much to others like really just accepting life and where you are in life and you know you've done it all for my next therapy session though it's like i've been thinking about death a lot more lately like i think that goes back to vegas like you know having talks like wow. This might be one of the last times. I ever go to vegas or whatever you know. Done everything in life. So i guess it's success for me really is having peaceful days and feeling content. That thanks for the question could have you here. Thanks for other comrades about podcast magazine. Man really appreciate the fact that you read it from cover to cover and And yeah you know we. We certainly try to do our part to inspire those who are looking to get into the game. Those are into the game looking to grow and of course. Those who just love podcasts. And podcasts culture. We do our best to cover the gamut so speaking of the magazine. We've got one of our category directors. Eric nevins hanging out with us also recognized by the fans is one of the top fifty dad's in podcasting. I will say the the way way little behind the scenes story way way back in the day when we started the idea started down the path of you know. Hey maybe we can create a magazine around podcast. Try to do what. Sports illustrated for sports or wired for tech or what rolling stone did for music something.
"perez" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"Yeah thank you for that all right. Let's do this. Is it over to share. Watson what is going on man co host of the pantry. Podcast recognized in podcast magazine. One of the top fifty dad's podcasting quick intro and if you've got a question for peres fire away. Good were there for Yeah thanks for having us on the stage Man what an honor to be up here with such a great group of guys Especially coming from a father who lost eight children and now holds number nine in his arms. And it's just a beautiful thing to be a daddy And to be there for our kids we are the pantry podcast. My wife actually was number ten last month so she actually edged out in this competition but as far as the women of podcast. But we are. The patrick podcast. We are all about serving up spiritual nutrition. You know what's in your pantry. What's in your heart. What's in your store house. What are you putting into your pants at junk food or is it something that's healthy. That's gonna build people up. That's going to build our kids up our build one another up to love one another. We are christian podcast but we just love love to be out there in the podcast world. And as i'm sitting here listening to Mr press talk. It's one of the questions is like how do you choose what you get rid of him. What you keep and that How do you choose what you get rid of. And what you keep I don't think for me. It's not don't know that's a hard question. 'cause inherently i'm a pack rat so not a hoarder but a pack rat. I i like to keep a lot. I guess because. I grew up really poor and i also grew up very fat so in my mind. I'm like that. I'm that school of thought. Like more is more but i think just listening to what really makes you happy like. Even i was telling my therapist. This i i got my second covid vaccine and then two weeks after my second dose i went to vegas for three days and usually vegas makes me so happy and it did. I still had a good time. But i was telling my therapist as you know what i probably would have had more fun if i had taken my kids with me to vegas as well like even if i only saw them that day. 'cause i wanted to spend time with my friends that live in vegas for a couple of hours on the friday and saturday and sunday You know so. I think you get rid of. I don't think you have to get rid of anything. I think life would lifelock. Do that. organically So for me. It's not about getting rid. It's actually. I focused on. I'm still. I'm still focusing on more. Like what can i do to to bring more happiness more money because i still have to make a living and all of those things I that triggered something. I hate getting rid of things. I don't know why. I think as i said why because i grew up really poor and the like. I'm also a type a personality so i'm not always the best delegating i can do things faster and better than somebody else. That knows. i know exactly what to do. I've got a lot of issues to work to do still loaded question. Don't we all don't we all share good having you here. Let's kick it over to alec And then tim so alexander be good to have you here host of first class fatherhood quick intro and you got a question for peres..
"perez" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"I'm an entrepreneur on a lot of companies in the real estate space but have branched out these last few years in some other sectors to but really what i am as a collaborator i love collaborating. I love partnerships. i love creating win win scenario. So that's really the world that That i try to live in world. That i try to bring to my kids as a dad is a is a teach them how to how to create great relationships how to lean into the people in their lives instead of valuing things to value relationships and how to create win win scenarios and that sometimes that means win win scenarios with with me and mommy you know. 'cause they're seven and three years old and sometimes that means win win scenarios at dinnertime and get enough food down there down their throats or whatever it is right but i'm teaching them those things and that's the way i tried to approach business. So steve i see you as a great collaborator and somebody who brings people together. That's the kind of collaborative spirit. That i want to bring to my children. I want to teach them because all the best things in my life definitely come through. People come through the relationships in my life family friends business partners people like the people on the stage. So i appreciate you for that. And that's what i wanna pass onto them. One hundred percent any questions for peres while we have him here. And then we'll get over to shape or a quick intro. Oh man so many questions van. He's is a layered guy and i didn't. I don't know him as a dad. Right so i love seeing this other side of him. I didn't hear that interview. Where we're steve. apparently you. You guys went into that. I'm definitely going to be checking into that but But you know just hearing you talk about perez all the things. You're doing to to make sure that you are what you need to be for them. Right and to make sure you're raising good humans and at the end of the day i think that's what makes a good dads relatable to each other. We'll have different views. We all come from different places. We all bring different gifts to the table but at the end of the day. That's the one thing that we can all agree on so my question to you is. You obviously are working hard at this. You have some natural skills and talents as a dead. And i'm sure you have some natural deficits. What have you had to work on the most to be what you need to be for your kids. And i know it's always a work in progress like all of us right but what what was what may be came naturally and then what did you have to really work at and are working at daily.
"perez" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"I looked up terminology for though from those states that i wasn't in cooperated to my real so the terminology historical facts unincorporated bed in my real and would do like three different things within a fifteen second frank that way i get i gathered intention and i- i- incentivize your intention to see what i'm doing so as is really good that we're talking about incorporating videos and now that i bought a drone a drone that can fully follow me fully autonomously whereas i buy guys i run and now i'm going to podcast as i'm doing these activities because that's a different way of podcasting so not only still behind the mic. But i'm also working out and getting a good workout while i'm doing it. So and the drone footage is amazing. I can go up to four hundred. Five hundred feet in gathered all type of footage and all the things. And i'm trying to do now. So podcasting is definitely the way to go with the reels and videos and still having that that one on one approach so i love talking about veganism convenient for three years. My wife's and my daughter's vegan. They're seven and ten infants. she's also vegan. She six months but yeah talk about all of these things. I'm just very happy that we can highlight some of these things. And i can tell you hi radically all health problems that i've had I take no medications all of that. So it's like. I love talking about this so i'm here for the variet- so thanked me yemen. Awesome having you here in great sharing stages with you let me give you also the opportunity. Because i know we've got a limited time with peres. Misses a rare opportunity. I mean not not a. It's not every day you get a chance to ask perez hilton a question. So i wanna make sure if you have a question for whereas you have that opportunity to do so we'll be joined by howie mandel later jeff foxworthy supposed to stop by. So we'll see what happens here you know We may surprise guests as well..
"perez" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"And he doesn't know how to edit video and he didn't want he's already busy because he has a day job working at a radio station so he was the the the one hesitant but when our podcast one came and said hey we could make you guys more money if we uploaded onto youtube. He's like all right fine so unhappy that we're finally doing it. Because i i really like i said to steve. Awhile ago i think is the future of podcasting as well as audio too. Yeah yeah and it's and it's interesting man. It's like the more the merrier. I was actually having this conversation on the audio newsroom. That we try to do a couple times a week here In club just bringing up the top stories going on in podcast and social audio and so there's been a lot of talk for sure around how to social audio impact podcasting how does video impact podcasting etc etc. Let me get a round robin and get some some thoughts from you guys. On this as well from my perspective it really is it just kind of depends on the mindset right that you have to either come from a mindset of abundance where you really feel like there's an opportunity for all of these industries and platforms to really excel or you feel like well if there's only a piece of pie here and you're going to go here instead of going there then you're really taking away from one to the other and my way of thinking and certainly based on my history and you can. You can speak to this of course with everything that you've seen with your website traffic with your blog and with the other channels where you share your mission your message do. Does it work synergistically where everything kind of that. Rising tide lifts all or do you see that one is really taking away from the other and of course we can open this up to patrick and the others that are here for your thoughts on that as well. But what are you seeing. I mean you cannot.
"perez" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"Hello this is where normal comes to die. Mediocrity meets its final demise and the status quo is unabashedly dismantled. Welcome to reinvention radio. Now here's your host steve olson already. Welcome to another issue. Here of re mentioned radio live inside of club. Todd man super excited as we celebrate the top fifty in podcasting and actually as we celebrate all the dads in podcasting. Who want to join us here. So we're gonna have a rocking good time. And i am super excited to announce that we just released our twenty twenty one top fifty dad's in podcasting feature in podcast magazine. And so it'd be joined by some of the folks were featured in that top fifty list. Howie mandel was the number one dad in podcasting already talk his team. He'll be here as soon as he can. Patrick is here hanging out. Patrick good to see you on that list man league. I'm glad to glad to right. And and of course perez hilton the man who needs no introduction number five on that list peres how you doing man good. You good happy to be here. Yeah well really happy to have you here. And we are joined by shea watson. See alec laziest hanging out with us. Alex given me a follow mannequin vantage. You already got a follow me on this clubhouse housing so i can add you to the to the list here. Tim winners is here. Eric nevins really really great. Having so many of you guys here hanging out with us. We're gonna make this open form. We're just gonna have some fun. We're going to celebrate the top dad's in podcasting. And if you were either in the the twenty twenty feature so you were featured last year as one of the top fifty dad's in podcasting. Raise your hand. We'd love to bring up here on state if you were featured in the brand new released feature that we just dropped yesterday. Raise your hand and let us know if you're here in the room as well because want to make sure we bring as many of you guys up as possible so if you are here and you're raising your hand and i don't bring you up. Don't take it personally with like. I said we'll get to as many people as as we can but First and foremost let me. Because i know you have a limited amount of time with us hanging out here today so i just wanted to give you the opportunity to say hello to everyone and And also for those of you who haven't had a chance to really get to know perez. We were really try to go deep and if nothing lead with the magazine in podcast magazine what we really do try to do is go beyond the microphone and deeper into the lives of the podcasters. Whose voices you hear but you may not really know who they are because oftentimes on the shows. They don't have an opportunity to really talk about who they are and what their life is about so to speak and so for peres man. I gotta tell you it was really an awesome opportunity to get to know you and to be able to sit down with you and so let me let me ask you this you you actually were pretty taken aback by the feature. No i mean know you. Featuring a lot of different publications what was your initial thought as you wear as you read through the The feature there man. I just thought it was very thorough..
"perez" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"I think these guys you made me love with Yeah but he referred to me as only person capable of really understanding and performing the feeling that he wanted to experience in meatloaf's boyce east unique in the business. So that type of music steiner produce another song that it's in the same record Politics which is faster than the speed of night. I don't know if you guys remember that. One is something very typical in stimulants. Like the very thought like the strong keywords data internet speed of the night and then the chorus like very strong chorus in that in indulged three records and that song dutch song that i was listening yesterday through a one and a one hour and forty five saint over and over because it makes me think maybe me think reflect Just put main my thoughts together multi base making it feel good. I forget that. I mean paying going up. Whatever to ask so this this fires you up. It's like asking. Like the steve. Stevens topgun guitar. Usually before going to bed. Like going on a good note. Hey we made it through the list. This was so much fun. Thanks thank you. Thank you thank god. This wasn't recording tape would have made it like. I don't know three or four roles. Unlock please honor and grateful to you guys for giving me the chance to participate with you thank you. I had a blast. Well that was kinda cool an international flavor. That was a lot of fun. It was fun learning about mexico and the artists that came to mexico back in the eighties and talking music. I knew he would come very prepared. Because he is an uber. Preparer i've seen him. I've watched him actually prepare for soccer matches and very serious. Well yeah as you should be But yeah that's great. I'm glad you brought that Attention to detail to to our podcast in gave us some insight into music was like in mexico and miami in el paso and things eighty s. So i i love that. Thanks for thanks for bringing them into our studio. Oh very very happy. He was available for us vice. Where can we be available to people on social media holly. We are available to people on facebook. Se what difference does it make podcast on instagram and twitter at wdm podcast and please follow us on youtube. We have our very own youtube channel. And we're putting lots of stuff up there you can check out some behinds behind the scenes stuff and you'll see some stuff we talked about with with jorges that probably will Not end up in the podcast. Check us out on youtube. At what difference does it make podcast. Yes great People have been actually commenting on a few things. So comments are great reviews or great. As a matter of fact we've had some corrections to some of our segments that we put up on youtube and it has been pointed out to us that we may have been saying. Dave gones name wrong all this time. I always thought it was pronounced gone. Dave have you gone because that's the way it looks by. Apparently that might not be the way. He pronounced himself gone. Which sounds they've gone to me. It's dave slot by the way that you know that. I'm sorry you've been missing pronouncing my name this whole time. Eileen salted that's okay. Please accept my apology. In days gone. Please accept our apologies. Leave reviews comments concerns. We love it all and until next week this is dave holly circulator arena..
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"You never grew up tired of listening to from my years. Like the biggest song of the human league human also. Also the bulk goals Dave i think. I think the the humidity was able to establish style that Once you heard the salty knew it was that band which is something very aren't published but it's one of the great bands for years human league. We're kind of like the psychedelic furs in that. They kinda snuck up on you. They have these continue hits throughout the eighties. They were able to to generate the play on. And you didn't think about it there. I kind of took for granted. It's kind of nice looking back like. Oh yeah wow humanly against psychedelic furs. Both had a lot of hits. Well reason we're doing this podcast because of our love for eighties music. So we're going to move onto number twenty seven. This is a song talk talk. it's my life. I have a feeling you remember the no doubt song the the the cover version. Do you remember the original version by talk. Yes actually. i'm very sorry. Say this but i remember one of the puck. Talk the no doubt okay version. Good like i told you at the beginning of the podcast. I mean you guys are waking a sleeping part of me. I let the music side of the business on december thirty first nineteen ninety-seven in that was the last show that i did was a final countdown and I've never done anything. Relate to music optum out of today so I remember that song. I don't even the word exist like got danceable like good to dance because sometimes. Dj's used to try some songs.
"perez" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"His arm and he's and it says arm in chinese. Yes the funny in the show. larry good. I'm glad i'm glad you watch finally watching ted lasso. That's me watching it with him. Well that's fun was a typical day like late eighties. When you came of age you're gonna laugh at be. The first musical material that i got in my life was a christmas present in those. Were the Flashdance and staying light. Soundtracks solid cassette. Y'all tape format. I used to play at the at the sound system. Nice pants had a leading role. Mike i mean i felt like i was the coolest kid in my neighborhood and i went. I were going back and forth back and forth. And dan is when i became a little bit obsessive but the i discovered that when i like a song i go backwards. Yeah and backwards in. And i can hear a song. I went for a walk. Let yesterday and i walk for like almost an hour forty minutes. I heard the same song for an hour for the name is bigger. It really made me feel like Mugabe to go for the walk. That's obsessive. I am beyond those two cassettes. The first records that i will able to afford to wear. I don't know if you guys remember the group with john. Wetting leading the vocals. Heat of the moment. Don't cry great albums and dan. it was the Air supply greats leading the vocals. The want the kobe's drawing. But i haven't which is like it's not doing but it's like a paint in the all the one was i think out for the one you waking up a sleeping part of me. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight but i think that fourth record in defeats ninety was like the second time that i was able to afford some records in west a neil diamond record. Some kids were coming to america. You don't bring flowers. It's like a kind of a picky cover key. Ceding couch and i think i think he's not wearing shoes and he has his leg cross. That's a classic one as well so you strike me as someone who. Maybe you like to do karaoke. You might like to sing these songs. No no not even what. I'm thinking of shower. No not even you're not belting out i'm all out of love you know my voice. My my rangers singing like this. I mean this is not like me to like this Supply was was like a really high. And i enjoyed it. I saw them live in hot concerts. Became like something really really big in mexico like around nineteen eighty seven. Eighty eight eighty nine. A group in mexico started a bringing artists in one of the very first came to well. I'm not sure the very first one west wrought store because we're talking about nineteen nineteen eighty nine one. The back of Album remember that one. Yeah forever young. Yeah yeah okay. Well that was..
"perez" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"There's some stuff from graham fuller who says we're gonna we use radical islam to control the middle east during when they were on top oil wise but now we need to move that into central asia. Because there's more and more resources being found there so is it straight power concept's and if it isn't let me ask you this if it isn't what exactly is it is. It is real the country. Is it the regime religion which a lot of them are atheists. So what exactly is it that we're talking about or is it. An international power elite. Like a kind of looks like to me with maybe a disproportionate influence coming out of israel. Because it's a small place three if you had three people if you had three hundred people in one hundred were from israel that is really a crooked but if it's just uk us in israel for for those reasons like that's where the power was so but what do you think. Well actually. i was going to say that. What i think when i look at it but i also wanted to get your take on it out as well was i sort of see To be honest. I kind of think of like the mafia so to speak in the sense that there's different mob families and there's never a one like for example there will be a current family in power for a couple years in the power will slightly fluctuate than another family will be the higher up one. You know what i mean. So overall i kind of look at it as different factions. but they're all overall. It's the same goal control resources. Power you name it. But i see a fluctuation. Would you ascribe that to the higher levels. I say that. Just i ask that. Sorry because it's kind of like at the end of the day. We're all human. We all obviously some smarter than others. But we all think the same generally. So would you say israel or mossad. Six multiple I guess we could say functional but dysfunctional mob families. Metaphorically that are constantly not even just the intelligence but the country's yeah that's a great way of putting it now. I think we can drill down a little bit. That i think there are countries. There are people there their politics. Then there's this international power lee and some people within those countries are more or less like to a greater or lesser. Degree plugged into that. And then i think when you mentioned like mix saad. I think some of that. There is some specialization outsourcing. Like in the ussr. They did human experiments on it with psychology. I think in israel they do they do the security stuff you know. They use that their problems with terrorism as a long pants like we. We can't take any chances when it comes to security so they were the first ones with locked cockpit and and really screen people at the airports. And then i think with china. They experiments on the surveillance and censorship stuff. So you get away with what you can. And then in the end they kind of pool their answers the way. I always think it's crazy that the us allows defense contractors that it make all their money from the us government. The government subsidizes the research..
"perez" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"Don't really understand. Limited liability corporation of wyatt makes sense. What's the moral answer. But when you dig into trump you're never ever getting there but are getting and so it's kind of that cultural marxism that frankfurt school stuff but on the right now because it and if you look at where. The cultural marxism frankford school stuff came from. It came from the fact that the economic thing was not going to get people to be trae their a nationality. They've really thought of their nationality their language which was almost always coincidental with religion with the family with their roots. With how you make a living with your with the weather is connected to your farmland and the seeds and the food that you eat. They were trying to get the workers of the world unite and they absolutely could not so i think they tried to get an identity. Going that was divisive. So maybe you could look at like the sykes pico and say they went in there and they made frankenstein countries on purpose so that that tribal thing was not going to be powerful and now that that that finally from nascar to even assad that started to get They started to be able to digest that and then make a secular state. That was going to be a problem so now. They're reverting to you know. I think the world powers are trying to get that tribalism going again. Yes i just wanted to say when you look at that too. It's it's it's interesting. That i mean it's almost as if and i say this carefully because i don't know all the facts behind it but you look at putin backing assad and it's possible putin saw that as an opportunity because he knows how the us is right in terms of like how you said. I think you nailed it on the head there. What's retreating back. The the western powers that be are retreating back. But what i did want to transition to because you brought up a religion values and things like that was was israel To ask get your perspective on the influence israel has within the west I guess i guess we could argue canada's well but the reason why that is because obviously there's the whole thing of like Zena formula and the racism. And all that. But i'm not asking about that more so about just the everyone knows that the jewish people tend to stick together whether people like it or not. They're largely intellectual and then at the higher echelon levels the mossad. Israel's alleged infiltration of hollywood. And you know things like this epstein with the blackmailing and all that. So i wanted to know. Do you think there are certain factions within america that are controlled by Countries such as israel. Because i could be totally wrong here. But when i look at countries like russia or israel i see more of a top down kind of like there are some figures pulling the strings but the one at the top has the final say whereas in america at least when i look at biden right now i see him being pulled by the strings in every direction. You know what i mean..