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Fresh update on "pete" discussed on Sound ON

Sound ON

00:43 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pete" discussed on Sound ON

"Your new democratic leadership. Rolled out today in the house. Good afternoon, everyone. It's an honor to stand before you today. As the incoming House democratic leader for the 118th Congress that will convene on January 3rd and to be joined by my two good friends amazing colleagues and partners, the incoming house democratic whip, Catherine Clark, and the incoming caucus chair, Pete Aguilar. There it is. The new trio led by congressman Hakeem Jeffries of New York. Who went out of his way to thank Nancy Pelosi and has been very clear about this in his Ascension to power that he couldn't have done it without her, and I could only think back to January of 2019, I'll never forget being in the House chamber as the young congressman from New York introduced Nancy Pelosi, who would become speaker again. Let me be clear, House Democrats are down with NDP. Nancy

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Next generation: Hakeem Jeffries set to lead House Democrats

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 14 hrs ago

Next generation: Hakeem Jeffries set to lead House Democrats

"House Democrats are said to move seamlessly from one history making leader to another today in a show of unity after midterm election losses. Democrats are expected to make Hakeem Jeffries the first black American to lead a major political party in Congress. He would replace Nancy Pelosi as top house Democrat as the party ushers in a new generation of leadership, Pelosi and her top lieutenants are all in their mid 80s. The 52 year old Jefferies, 59 year old Catherine Clark and Pete Aguilar, who is 43, would become the new top trio, as Democrats show rare unity for a party that lost the midterms. Republicans meantime are struggling to unite around leader Kevin McCarthy before taking house control in January, Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 6 hrs ago

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

"Schedule your free in home estimate. It is four 11 and it was a history making day in Congress. House Democrats elected New York congressman Hakeem Jeffries as their leader that makes him the first black lawmaker of either party to lead a party in Congress. House Democrats fight for the people. That's our story. That's our legacy. That's our values. That's our commitment as we move forward. Well, joining us live from Capitol Hill, WTO's Mitchell Miller, Mitch, this is a big transition from House speaker Nancy Pelosi, but Democrats have managed to do this with virtually no political drama. That's right. As you know, that's pretty rare around here, but Hakeem Jeffries has been the head of the democratic caucus for the past few years, and he's been widely viewed within the party as the heir apparent to speaker Pelosi. He's 52 years old, lawmaker from Brooklyn. He was unanimously elected today, along with the democratic whip, Massachusetts representative Katherine Clark, in California's Pete Aguilar, who will succeed Jefferies as the caucus chair, Jeffries is well known on the hill as a sharp speaker. He can throw some elbows as a partisan, and he also has good relations with various wings of the party, though at times there have been strains with the progressive wing. Sometimes we can have noisy conversations. At the end of the day, we always come together. The new leadership team replaces speaker Pelosi, majority leader steny Hoyer of Maryland, while another lawmaker in his 80s James Clyburn is planning to move down in the leadership. Hey Mitch, Republicans will retain power in the house, come January. They're going to get power in the house. And there's still some drama over making Kevin McCarthy the next House speaker, what can you tell us about that? Right, McCarthy has still not sewn up those votes to become House speaker. He can only lose a few votes as you know since Republicans will have a slim majority, and he's still trying to get support from the conservative house freedom caucus. He utilized his visit to The White House yesterday to publicly challenge the president's policies on the border, federal spending and other issues, and he's trying to serve notice that Republicans will make their priorities clear as the GOP retakes the house in the coming year. The full house will vote on a new speaker on January 3rd, and it could lead to the first floor fight in close to a hundred years. And in our final 30 seconds or so, we also have the house quickly approving legislation to avert a nationwide rail strike. What are the bill's prospects in the Senate? Well, the Senate isn't quite the slam dunk that the house was today, and it's still unclear when they will actually vote on this broader legislation, but given the huge economic stakes and the fact that we're only a few weeks from Christmas with concerns about supply chain issues. There's generally a feeling that the Senate will find a way to get this passed. All righty, thank you so much, Mitch. You bet. WTO's Mitchell Miller. Keep it here on WTO the latest from commander's practice in Ashburn, it's for 14

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Rep. Andy Biggs: Kevin McCarthy Will Not Get the 218 Votes

The Dan Bongino Show

01:06 min | Last week

Rep. Andy Biggs: Kevin McCarthy Will Not Get the 218 Votes

"And you've got Kevin McCarthy's He faces a full House vote in January for his nomination a speaker He's got to get to two 18 Republicans are going to have a really slim majority in the House How do you think he gets to that number And what do you think that looks like Between me and the whole world I guess I don't think he's going to get the two 80 I don't think he's going to ever get there I think what's going to happen is we're going to have it's probably not going to be me but there will be a consensus candidate There are some there's some people that could really step up in our conference And I don't know who they are just yet But we're doing excellent job It's not if you look from the outside and you're pissed off because of the way things happen or don't happen because there's no fight It isn't because these people aren't incompetent There are some very capable successful people there who could step in and be the speaker For Pete's sakes it does not have to be only one person Kevin McCarthy It could be anybody And it will be somebody else

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Fresh update on "pete" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:00 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pete" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Strike that could deal a major blow to the economy. On this vote, the yeas are two 90, the maze are one 37, the joint resolution has passed. The house also passed a separate measure that includes 7 paid sick days for railroad employees, which has been a key sticking point with workers, both of the measures now go to the Senate for consideration ahead of the December 9th strike deadline. While the torch is being passed by House Democrats today Hakeem Jeffries was unanimously elected to serve as the party's leader in that chamber, taking over the job that's been held by Nancy Pelosi for two decades. That's an honor to stand before you today. As the incoming House democratic leader for the 118th Congress. In addition to Jeffries, who represents parts of Brooklyn, House Democrats also united around congressman Pete Aguilar of California to be chair of the House democratic caucus and back congresswoman Katherine Clark of Massachusetts to be minority whip. Christy mcvie, who was a soulful singer and songwriter with Fleetwood Mac has died. Christine McVie was 79

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Jeffries makes historic bid to lead House Dems after Pelosi

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Jeffries makes historic bid to lead House Dems after Pelosi

"A day after Nancy Pelosi said she's stepping aside as House democratic leader the party could create more history 15 years after Pelosi became the house's first female speaker Money everyone New York's Hakeem Jeffries could make his own history as the first black leader of either party in Congress Jeffrey says he's running for a House democratic leader after Pelosi said it's time to pass the mantle For me the hours come for a new generation Top deputies steny Hoyer and Jim Clyburn are also stepping aside with Catherine Clark and Pete Aguilar moving quickly to replace that after long working with Jefferies as lower rung leaders and now seeking a smooth transition as Democrats shift to the House minority Sagar Meghani Washington

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Fresh update on "pete" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:22 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pete" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Rail strike. The legislation would bind companies and workers to a proposed settlement reached in September, the bill now goes to the Senate for consideration. It would impose a compromised labor agreement brokered by president Joe Biden's administration. That agreement was ultimately voted down by four of the 12 unions representing more than a 100,000 employees at large freight rail carriers, the unions have threatened to strike if an agreement can't be reached before the December 9th deadline. Another story from the House of Representatives, House Democrats elected their new leadership team, ushering in a new generation of leaders after speaker Nancy Pelosi announced she would step down. 52 year old New York representative Hakeem Jeffries makes history as the first black leader of a party in Congress, replacing speaker Nancy Pelosi after she led the party for two decades. 59 year old Massachusetts representative Catherine Clark is elected as democratic whip, and 43 year old California representative, Pete Aguilar has been elected caucus chair. Both Pelosi and majority leader steny Hoyer decided to step aside for a younger generation of leaders. After Democrats lost the majority in the chamber. And that was M wynne from ABC. A teacher at Elgin deck at an Elgin day care is charged with abusing at least two students over the span of more than 13 years. Nick Gale has more. 57 year old Frank will laid us his charge with 6 counts of felony aggravated criminal sexual abuse, Kane county prosecutors say the carpentersville man sexually abused two children under the age of 13 from December 2008 through July 2022 while working as a teacher at the learning tree Elgin west day care center on royal boulevard. This parent telling ABC 7 that while her child is not one of the alleged victims or 5 year old, was in his classroom as recently as a summer. Prosecutors have not released any further details, but are concerned there could be more victims and officials say the investigation remains active. Nick Gale 8 90 W, LS news. Community members weighed in last night on the city of Chicago's plan for bally's temporary casino at the Medina temple before they permanent casino opens in west town. Here's Mallory vor broker reporting. Valley's casino and the city presented plans for addressing traffic congestion and safety around the temporary site, CPD first deputy Eric Carter says their casino public safety plan is already underway. We're working with value security

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Pelosi to step aside from Dem leadership, remain in Congress

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last week

Pelosi to step aside from Dem leadership, remain in Congress

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will step aside from democratic leadership but key per seat in the new Congress In 2007 now my privilege To present the gavel of the United States House of Representatives to the first woman speaker in our history the general lady from California Nancy Pelosi 15 years later For what purpose does the gentlewoman from California seek recognition As we gather here we stand on sacred ground the chamber of the United States House of Representatives The heart of American democracy For nearly 20 years Pelosi has been in democratic leadership in that chamber My Friends no matter what title you all my colleagues have bestowed upon me speaker leader whip there is no greater official honor for me than to stand on this floor and to speak for the people of San Francisco And she will keep doing that But as a rank and file member I will not seek reelection to democratic leadership in the next Congress One where Republicans will be in the majority For me the hours come for a new generation Pelosi is 82 as is number three House Democrat Jim Clyburn top deputy steny Hoyer is 83 and not long after Pelosi's speech said he too will stay in Congress but step down from leadership Clyburn has said he wants to keep a leadership spot but also looks forward to helping the new generation specifically noting the trio of Hakeem Jeffries Catherine Clark and Pete Aguilar For Pelosi it's all a moment of reflection When I first came to the floor at 6 years old never would I have thought that someday I would go from home maker to House speaker In President Biden's words the most consequential speaker in American history Sagar Meghani Washington

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

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 min | 10 hrs ago

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

"Mark Lewis. And I'm Deborah Feinstein. Mike Jacques is our producer. Breaking news this afternoon as history is made in the U.S. House. Democrats have just chosen a new leader to succeed House speaker Nancy Pelosi, and lawmakers are taking a critical step toward avoiding a nationwide rail strike. Let's get you all the details now, WTO's Mitchell Miller joining us live today on the hill. Democrats unanimously chose 52 year old New York congressman Hakeem Jeffries as the House democratic leader. He's the first black lawmaker to lead either party in Congress and is part of a much younger leadership team for the Democrats, which will also include Massachusetts congresswoman Kathleen Clark Catherine Clark and California's Pete Aguilar. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer, who has worked closely with speaker Pelosi, says he's looking forward to working with a fellow New Yorker in Jefferies. He is someone who I know will both hold the line on our democratic values while being ready to listen and keep an open mind. The house, meanwhile, is now voting on legislation to avoid a rail strike. Speaker Pelosi says it's critical to avoiding a economic catastrophe. Experts projected would cost the economy up to $2 billion a day. Republicans want to avoid a strike as well, but Minnesota's Michelle fischbach blames President Biden for letting the situation get to this point. The fact is, the Biden administration over promised and under delivered. The house is expected to pass the bill in a matter of minutes and will also vote on a separate bill to provide rail workers with 7 days of sick pay. Reporting live on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO be news. The incredible rescue of two people from an airplane that crashed into an electrical tower in Gaithersburg Sunday Night was quite a feat. And now firefighters for Montgomery county are giving us more information about that rescue operation. When

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Pete Hegseth: Reacting to Nancy Pelosi Not Running for House Speaker

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | Last week

Pete Hegseth: Reacting to Nancy Pelosi Not Running for House Speaker

"So your thoughts quickly Pelosi announced today she's not going to run for leadership Now Pete you know you're all tatted up Yeah All right Wait wait again we're gonna do this again Applause for this again folks This is not the roots convention It's a patriot one So Nancy Pelosi is not running again Your thoughts Okay thank you There we go That's better So how to do that one more time We needed a redo So she has been a one woman wrecking ball for liberty and freedom and thankfully we got some good news We won back the house It looks like she's finished in that position Yes you know what I was hardened right just a couple hours ago watching Fox James comer and others holding that press conference talking about Hunter Biden and the big guy He was kind of the first realization I had of how important that takeover was The ability to have other people behind the podium with power and it seems like they're prepared to do something about that Finally I mean and finally let's hope the Pelosi era is completely done Maybe this is a precursor to that whole era shifting Joe Biden Nancy Pelosi problem is what's behind it is worse So it's not as if we're going to keep Jeffries or whoever else is coming after Nancy Pelosi I mean she was she's a radical We know that They're like real real AOC and Corey have not even like her They don't even like they don't think the kids sufficient for them So yes don't let the door hit you on the way out But what's behind you is terrible So it's a temporary pause to something that's I want to

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Pete Hegseth: Patriot Awards Give Recognition to Front-Line Heroes

The Dan Bongino Show

00:36 sec | Last week

Pete Hegseth: Patriot Awards Give Recognition to Front-Line Heroes

"And you know we both love this country so much but you're next to these guys And these women who did these just incredibly almost superhuman things to get these awards and you're like what the hell have I done Yes and some are still doing it One of the guys you'll meet tonight wait till you see what he's you know we have a disaster on our southern border but not because of this dude And when you see what he does every single day it blows your mind So these great patriots never get the recognition we give it to them It's pretty cool to be honest We're talking to

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Pete Hegseth: A Special Meaning to Host the Patriot Awards

The Dan Bongino Show

00:47 sec | Last week

Pete Hegseth: A Special Meaning to Host the Patriot Awards

"Because it's a patriot awards which you are hosting for the fourth year in a row is on tonight and you know what you get a lot of these dopey coins What does it mean to you but with this event really I know as a veteran yourself this event has really special meaning for you doesn't it The same way it has meaning for you And I'm going to say this a little bit tonight When I stand on that stage my mind always immediately goes to the guys I served with You and I get the applause We get the spotlight get thanked a lot They very rarely get thanked And so tonight's an opportunity to project that spotlight back toward them Whether it's vets whether it's law enforcement first responders people who support them So it's my favorite assignment Super humble We're super hungry

3 get life sentences for 2014 downing of jet over Ukraine

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last week

3 get life sentences for 2014 downing of jet over Ukraine

"A Dutch court has convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment three men for the intentional downing of a passenger plane in 2014 And just the presiding judge hedrick's announced that defendants Igor girkin Sergei dubinsky and Leonid harch enko were found guilty for the murders of 298 people two of those found guilty were Russians and the third was a pro Russian Ukrainian separatist One Russian was acquitted because of a lack of evidence in the courtroom some families of victims blinked away tears as Steen who's highlighted how their lives were changed forever on that day Pete who lost family members in the downing of Malaysian airlines flight MH 17 said he believed in the court system An adjusted for me is when an independent court gives his verdict Who spoke on behalf of the prosecutor said all defendants were equally responsible In our opinion they did it together and both have a different role but not one is less than the other I'm Karen Chammas

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Ned Ryun: We Have to Beat Democrats With Early Voting, Mail-In Ballots

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Ned Ryun: We Have to Beat Democrats With Early Voting, Mail-In Ballots

"Here's one of the challenges. About early voting and mail in ballots. The founder of American majority, Ned Ryan, is a great, great voice in America. I see him pop up on Fox News all the time. He's often on Tucker over the weekend. He said this to Pete hegseth on Fox News channel. And states where we know early voting and mail in ballots, it is rife for corruption and fraud, where we have the ability to outlaw, we must. And where we can't. And I have to tell you, Pete, after Tuesday night's elections in Michigan and Pennsylvania and other places, we better play by the rules of the game that have been laid out for us. And if they want to have early voting, universal mail in, ballot harvesting in those states, we better figure out how to beat them at their own game. He's right, of course, we got to beat them at their own game. I don't know what that means. Because here's the problem with Ned Ryan's argument. Florida. Lots of early in person voting. I was one of them. Thank goodness. I wound up having COVID election week and was working from home and was scheduled to travel. It was supposed to be in South Carolina, so I did something I don't like to do. I went early. I hate early voting. I want to go on election day. I'll stand in a line. But I went early. There are plenty of mail in ballots in Florida as well. Why does Florida have no problem? Counting the votes.

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AJ Reminisces About Wanting to Be Pete Hamill

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

AJ Reminisces About Wanting to Be Pete Hamill

"Pete Hamill has a book called drinker's life, but drink a drink is a drink of drinking sweat? Something like that, a drinking life. That's what it is. Amazing book as well about his alcoholism and how he beat it and how many bad roads it took him down. What people don't know maybe you guys are in the free show don't know is I wanted to be Pete Hamill in the worst way. I wanted to be him. Because when I was coming up the pike, I heard nothing but these Damon Runyon type stories about Pete Hamill as a newspaper band. The fact that he was a womanizer, a drinker, a fist fighter, man, that was everything I was. And when he got to the news, it turns out he quit drinking. He's married. And he's not having fist fights anymore. And I'm like, oh, shit. This is not the guy I thought I was going to meet. But that's what happens when you get older. I understand that now.

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A Reorientation Around the Education of Your Kids With Pete Hegseth

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

A Reorientation Around the Education of Your Kids With Pete Hegseth

"Feel like protesting at school boards today for the most part is like charging a fortified machine gun nest with a nerf gun. I salute your efforts, but you're probably going to die. Because it only fortifies their position and their belief in their own power and strength and lack of accountability in that position. So I recognize there are a lot of people that can't leave their current educational situation. And in that case, fight, fight with all your might for your kids and give them every single opportunity in your home to, but that's going to be a full-time job, unwinding the indoctrination that they're facing at school. And I know my 12 year old, my 12 year old is not capable of being salt and light right now. Not yet. My 6 year old still thinks he has a legitimate shot at being Batman. Okay? They're not ready to take on the culture wars. I want to fortify them before I ask them and prepare them to be salt and light in the world. So what we argue for in the book is a radical reorientation of your life around the education of your kids.

Removing School Prayer Was One of the Worst Modern US Decisions

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:21 sec | 3 weeks ago

Removing School Prayer Was One of the Worst Modern US Decisions

"The prayer that was in schools was a theistic prayer. It was not Christian. It basically said to the God of above, we thank you for today and we pray for my classmates and my country. It was very simple. And I truly believe as soon as we removed prayer from schools, that was one of the worst decisions that has happened in modern America. I really believe that in more ways than one. And

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How Were the Founding Fathers Educated? Pete Hegseth Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

How Were the Founding Fathers Educated? Pete Hegseth Explains

"Are the founding fathers educated? So don't you think every single kid in America to date deserves the type of education that brought the brilliance of 1776? And it wasn't complicated. This was a 2000 year lineage of western civilization of judeo Christian values. The marriage of Athens and Jerusalem of faith and reason that was the great books that was biblical wisdom that was Latin. It was Greek. It was theology. It was philosophy. It was actual history, it was those ingredients that they grappled with that they debated about that brought about that brilliance of the greatest human experiment we've ever seen on the planet. It was not an accident. Churches had a great deal to do with it, who were many of the leaders of our revolution. Ministers and reverence. Who is the who is the top I'm not trying to get into a tangent here. Do you know who the top what would be reverend, I guess, at Harvard University is today? He's an atheist. It's true. It's an atheist. We're so far gone from what our founders actually engaged with it. They would not recognize it at all today. It was a classical Christian education. It was the way, and none of it was, it wasn't perfect, but they understood that teaching people to think critically, created free thinking people who couldn't be captured by demagoguery. And when you can think critically and think freely whether you're a mason or a blacksmith or a farmer, do you think people in the 1780s or 90s had more use for a classical education than we do today? Absolutely not.

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What Happens in the Classroom Is More Important Than the Ballot Box

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

What Happens in the Classroom Is More Important Than the Ballot Box

"Focused on the election. Great. But the people that are actually going to control the country are not control the country. It's actually more important what's happening in the classroom than even the ballot box right now. It's actually a lot more important of what values are you passing down. How do you view the world? Do you believe there is a God? Do you believe America is a good country? That's the most important thing in front of us. And Pete did an amazing job researching this book. It was a bestseller all across the board, and I look forward to exploring it, not just talking about the problem, but also the solution, because we in Arizona, we need to be on the front edge of we already have great school choice legislation, thankfully, but starting new micro schools, hybrid schools supporting dream city Christian, turning point academy, sending your kids there and understanding the threats that every single kid in government schools right now in the state of Arizona is likely being propagandized by this progressive venom. And we have a duty as Christians to care about that and go about solving it. So

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It's Not Enough to Be a Spectator, You Have to Be a Participant

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

It's Not Enough to Be a Spectator, You Have to Be a Participant

"Of your own political leanings or your own kind of wishes coming this Tuesday. The most important thing is this is that in the next 5 or 6 days, you have to understand that it's not enough to be a spectator. It has to be you have to be a participant. And by the way, this is a nonpartisan thing to say if you are not yet signed up to be an election judge, I highly recommend you look into that so that we have fair and free elections coming this Tuesday. There are a lot of open election judge positions still, Maricopa, I think, has all of them filled except for a couple areas. If you don't know what election judges, it's just an election observer, someone that's making sure the process unfolds. And I hate to break it to you. It's probably going to take a couple of days to find out whoever wins whatever race here in Tuesday.

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Turning Point Action Is Not Sleeping Right Now!

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Turning Point Action Is Not Sleeping Right Now!

"We are hours everybody hours away and I can tell you our team at turning point action, Austin, Tyler, the entire team. They are not sleeping. Our team was up early. This morning, I think they pulled an all nighter Pete hegseth was live at 3 a.m., Arizona time at a diner, and I know our team was there. We are knocking on doors every single day, turning point pack is about to announce a very sizable advertising campaign for Carrie Lake and for Blake masters and for Mark fincham, so stay tuned for that. At TP pack dot com, unlike all the snakes and like the turtle, we are going all in for the good candidates and we'll be telling you about that advertisement. Those advertising campaigns. By the way, if you live in Arizona, and if you have seen those billboards that say vote, Blake and Lake or Katie Hobbs, the twice convicted racist. That's all turning point pack very proud of the work the team is doing. Tens of thousands of yard signs currently distributed hundreds of thousands of door knocking material that has been distributed. This election cycle, we are doing get out the vote efforts at turning point action TP action dot com at Arizona in Arizona, Georgia, Florida, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin. In some ways, somebody said it really interesting to me. They said Charlie, you're creating a parallel Republican Party. And I said, well, we're creating a Republican Party that listens to their voters that excommunicates the rhinos that supports the good guys and plays to win. That's what turning point action and turning point pack are doing. And so we're about to announce some more advertising campaigns there. We're doing a massive get out the vote campaign that is actually unfolding right now in Pennsylvania. Lots of text messages being sent out there in Pennsylvania, Austria, and Oz, we have to get them across the finish line. We must defeat fetterman. So we're doing everything we possibly can. I mean, I'm so proud of our team. They're not sleeping. They're not going on doors. And by the way, this is in addition, it's the sister organization to all the more timeless and eternal educational work that we're doing at turning point academy, TPUSA high school, TPS, college, TPS, TPUSA, faith, all of that work is ongoing. It strengthening its building. We have America fest and it's working in beautiful harmonies.

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Michigan jury gets case against 3 men tied to Whitmer plot

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Michigan jury gets case against 3 men tied to Whitmer plot

"Jurors have begun deliberations in a third trial connected to a plot to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer It's a spinoff of the main case resulting in four convictions in federal court prosecutors acknowledged Joe Morrison Pete musico and Paul bellar were not deeply involved in the fall of 2020 when anti government extremists upset at COVID restrictions trained and scouted governor Gretchen Whitmer's vacation home The three men are accused of providing assistance earlier that summer especially in June when a leader of the plot drilled with their paramilitary group the prosecutor told jurors once you commit a crime you can't undo it Defense lawyers say the men were on the sidelines the case could come up in the governor's debate tonight between the Democrat Whitmer and her Republican challenger Tudor Dixon I'm Julie Walker

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Revisiting the Great Film 'Network' With AJ Benza

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:55 min | Last month

Revisiting the Great Film 'Network' With AJ Benza

"I want to. Give an homage to that beaty because he has a fantastic monologue in the movie network. But first I must tell you about Howard Beale. If you haven't seen the movie network, I guarantee you you will. But just so you know, Howard Beale was the longtime evening newscaster for the union broadcasting system, otherwise known as UBS, and he learned from friends and the news division president max Schumacher, played by the great William Holden that he had just two more weeks on air because the ratings were shit. And they both go out that night and they get shit faced and they talk about the state of their industry and how much it's changed and they're like two soldiers in a foxhole. They get it is not much they can do about it. So the following night Howard Beale announces on live television that he will commit suicide on next Tuesday's broadcast. And the network tries to fire him immediately after this, obviously, but Schumacher intervenes. So that Howard bill can have a dignified, farewell. What you need to know about journalism, whether it's a newscasting position or a columnist or what have you is when they fire you, you don't get to say goodbye to your people. And that's it really hurts. And one of the things I'm really grateful about is when Pete Hamilton told me, I think it's time we separate, he allowed me to write my final column. And that meant the world to me. But there are so many people who don't get that chance. So how would Bill promises that he will apologize for the outburst, but once on the air, he begins to launch into a rant? Claiming that life is bullshit. And his outburst causes the newscast ratings to go through the roof. It's what we need nowadays. And it's not coming from C fucking NN or MSNBC or CNBC. It's not coming from those channels.

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"pete" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

04:42 min | 3 months ago

"pete" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Not an ecosystem of projects that must have token printing in order for any of them to work. They are projects that are just good enough and have just enough perceived value and have just enough buzz words to make money printing sound legitimate. I think that's from the context of Pete's article. I actually think that's the most important framing. Is you have to look at all of crypto. People constantly like, oh, it's equity. It's not equity. It's not equity in anything. Nobody owes you a damn thing because you bought some token on some network. They can all leave tomorrow, bail only entire project. It's not a business. It's not a legal arrangement. It's not a contract. It's barely even an implied promise. In my opinion, from an economic standpoint from the idea of a decentralized social media and decentralized video posting website, decentralized DNS, decentralized blah, blah, blah, like every single thing that they claim is that they need another token for and another token for. Every one of them are doomed to failure specifically because of the token, because the only adoption they get is speculation. Is people attempting to, it's like a, what was the one, what was the one that was trying to do like mesh networks and it went to like billions of dollars and somebody did the calculation of any of the real value and all this supposed quote unquote yield that people were doing for this token and everybody was like, oh, it's future adoption. It's going to be great. And then it turned out like somebody did the math on it and the only actual use, like the value of the actual token for the specific purpose that this multi-billion dollar network was supposedly sustaining was like a $100 a month or something like that. Like it was so small, it was almost comical, something like 99% of the supposed return was all just money printing.

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"pete" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"pete" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And if your USC, you got to remember one of the allures of going to the Big Ten was an exclusivity west of Texas. You are the premier destination. You have a huge thing to sell that Oregon Washington, the Bay Area schools, et cetera can't sell. And it's USC has been very clear that they like that exclusivity. They like that it's just them and UCLA and they obviously feel like they have a better sell and a better history than UCLA. So I do think there are internal headwinds that are going to slow that down. Now that said, 5 years from now is the Big Ten bigger, yes. And again, it's follow the contracts, Paul. So the grant of rights, whatever happens with the tax well big 12 and especially Oregon in Washington, can they sign on to their next deal, whatever that is with the flexibility to leave at some point for what's probably going to be double the money. So and I think I've said this on your show before. The one thing I could see where something could happen immediately is they say, all right, we're going to go sign an 8 year grain of rights in our next TV deal and the Big Ten says, all right, well, we're going to want to expand before those 8 years and maybe that sort of forces them to do it by knife point a little bit. That's the one scenario Paul, where I could see things happening. But ultimately, numbers dictate it and I've been told repeatedly that the numbers don't work right now for some sort of immediate expansion. Quite frankly, if the numbers work, it probably would have been done by now. Pete Hamilton with us as we begin the program, hold on just a second pee, we were a couple other things we do want to get from you. It's not often we get a chance to bleed you dry here on information and we will continue with Pete right after this.

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"pete" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:42 min | 6 months ago

"pete" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Pete McMurray alongside judi palak It's the 78th anniversary of D-Day We'll talk to a historian who walks that beach every single day Monday morning 5 30 to 9 on 8 90 WLS America land of the free home of the Dan bongino show Welcome back to the Dan bongino show I'm curate Ava's filling in for Dan And we've been talking about inflation or the unimportant subject of inflation according to potus according to potus you've got more savings in your account than ever Then when he first took office don't you feel better I mean you're looking at your retirement accounts and celebrating right Boy I haven't even I'm not even looking at my retirement accounts people I am leaving I'm not going to look at them for the next two years at least I'm leaving them alone It is utterly depressing But again we're just talking about how there's our reality and then there's a reality that the political class tries to make us believe It's very Brave New World issue isn't it And there used to be a time when you could depend on the media to call that out to investigate to fact check right To say hey we don't know if President Biden really is telling the truth when he says America's have more savings than ever Why don't we send a reporter out across the country or we hit up our local affiliates and we ask people where they live We ask regular Americans what life is like They don't do that anymore I've got CNN in the studio I always have CNN when I'm on when I'm on the radio because I like to know what they're saying And they spent a freaking hour on the January 6th committee that no one cares about They're going to only people that cares about care about it Everyone has moved on multiple times over since we have so many more How about a freaking committee on how we stop school shootings I mean I'm not in favor of any more committees God forbid We do not need another government committee But knowing that that's how government works in D.C. then why don't you guys put together a committee on how the hell we stop all of these terrible shootings And a committee that will come up with multiple solutions not one single solution Just take away everybody's guns That's so easy Why don't you do that That's something Americans would care about I can tell you as a mother who is struggling to make ends meet in this state every day sending a kid to school getting doctor's appointments set up wondering if my kid will be safe wondering if my kid will be able to go back to school next year when COVID spikes again wondering if she's going to be forced to be masked that January 6th committee is literally the last thing on my mind And I think that I am not alone Now I know some of you think about it And I'm not saying that it's not important to some people and probably more important to people who identify as left wing the right wing but it is really not the top thing on anyone's mind especially not now especially after what this nation went through over the last week But they are telling us up is down and down is up And we're looking around going no we're pretty much slaves to gravity here We see what's going on Look I'm reading this analysis from PJ media And it talks about how many blue states are hemorrhaging taxpayers So there was an analysis of the tax base and where they're moving to in the competition for America's best and brightest residents The most populous blue states are becoming perennial users In 2020 New York Illinois California Massachusetts and New Jersey suffered net losses in their population with high earners taking their income and their tax base with them New York was the biggest loser Netting a loss of almost 250,000 residents who took with them a net of $19.5 billion in income That's 2.5% of the state's entire adjusted gross income in 2019 California did second where surprise surprise losing an out of 263,000 residents and 17.8 billion in income The third biggest loser was Illinois with a 101,000 and that's $8.5 billion that just trotted right out of the state Massachusetts lost 2.6 billion and New Jersey lost 2.3 billion in taxpayer income So the president can stand up there all he wants and say that we're living great and our savings are great but Americans are fleeing blue states in droves because things are so bad And when you leave a state like California that has the best weather in the nation you know something is going on Don't tell us up is down sir.

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"pete" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

04:24 min | 9 months ago

"pete" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

"Know how close they are because when Bob Saget died when he passed away the news of the full House alums death, guess who posted not Pete, but Dave posted on Pete's behalf, so Pete does not like social media. We've spoke about this. He was on Instagram just for a few days last week. Then he left again for his own mental health, he stays off Instagram of social media. So when he wants to say something, Dave says it on his behalf, I think you're right. I think Dave went to him and said, I'm going to post the exchange between you and Kanye. It's going to be really funny. It's almost like an SNL skit, but he didn't really happen. I think Pete said, okay. Okay. He rolls with the joke. Like he knows what the joke is. And this is where it gets the word waters get a little murky because according to Pete him saying, and I think his ingrained to, which is, again, weird if you look at text messages, but he says, you know, I've held back from talking about you at SNL, your mental health, I'm going through the same thing too. So it's like, I don't know. Part of me believes it's not true. The most, I'm leaning more towards not true, but time will tell between today and tomorrow. Yeah, well, at first I believed immediately it was true and I thought Kanye had leaked the photograph because he does that. If you text Kanye, he is going to leap them. So then when I looked into it, I was like, Kanye didn't leak these Kanye didn't post them. And then even did Pete Pete didn't post them to or gets more and more diluted, doesn't it? So the headlines are fantastic. We're all reading the headlines about this and their shocking and to say I'm in bed with your wife and then to text a picture, but also to let's point out Kim's not in that picture. So it could just be Pete in bed. There's no Kim anywhere in that picture. Same thing is suspicious. Rob shooter, if you and I were fighting, like let's just say you were your Pete Davidson and I was Kanye in this situation, but in real life. And you text a picture to me from my old bed..

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"pete" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

05:48 min | 9 months ago

"pete" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

"Scandal advice for sugar and spice it's not even but nice hello, welcome to the naughty but nice show. I'm rob shooter. It's the start of a new week. Monday there seems so many possibilities on a Monday and one of those possibilities, visions are about to come true because we have Garrett Vogel with us, hey Garrett, are you there? Rob shooter, it's more like a guarantee, you know, there's no possibilities. It's a guarantee. You are solid my friend. You are reliable. Has that always been the case on time sort of gentleman? Yeah, no, I'm a time guy, like you say, hey, we have to be there at 5 O four. I'm there at four 59. I need to be if I'm 5 minutes early, it means I'm on time. You know what I mean? Like if I show up exactly on time, it means I'm late. In my mind. I'm on time too. It's been drilled into me by my father that you have to be on time and he said to when I was a little boy, I remember it. Being late is really disrespectful. And that is how I sort of think I don't, you know, are the people are late, that's your thing not mine, but I really don't feel good about my day myself. If I'm running late, so we're on time to date. It's a miracle we get this done every single morning, but we do because we love doing it. Let's jump into that show. What time? Is it my Friends? Cheers. Thank you very much, big explosive story. Loves to talk about here. Let me set it up. Pete Davidson sent Kanye West to photograph in bed with Kim Kardashian. So this blew up over the weekend text messages have been released between Pete and Kanye. Now this is normally Garrett, a very Kanye move. Kanye's text messages. So I think a lot of people at first thought that Pete had texted Kanye and Kanye had leaked them. That is not true. In fact, all the screen grabs have been shared by SNL guest writer, somebody called Dave Syria's and it all blew up blew up when Dave shared the following quote. Kim is literally the best mother I've ever met. This is Pete saying this. He goes on to say that the kids are amazing in their so so lucky to have Kim as a mom so Pete sent this to Kanye and then he carried on saying I've decided I'm not going to let you Kanye treat us the way you treat everybody else and I'm done being quiet, so grow the F up, Pete, little skinny Pete. And this took Kanye West. Now according to the screen grabs, Kanye responded by saying, oh, using profanity. Now, where are you right now? Where are you right now and then Pete's clamped back with a selfie of himself shirtless under the covers, adding in bed with your wife. It was a little cringe worthy when I was reading it last night, rob. The skeptic in me wants to believe it's true. You know what I mean? A ton of it..

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"pete" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:08 min | 9 months ago

"pete" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Bomb show podcast. It is the beginning of March Madness, but a major football story over the weekend, and it was told to us first by Pete Tamil. ESPN. It's always good to see Pete, especially to begin a new week. Let's talk about the story that Pete had Jaden Daniels, who's been a multiyear starter at Arizona state heading to LSU. Pete, great to have you on and this seems to me like this is a very significant development for Brian Kelly. Tell us all about it. Yeah, Paul, I really do think it is. I think it's one of the most intriguing quarterback transfers to come in this last off season. And Jaden Daniels doesn't have the cachet maybe of Caleb Williams, but there aren't many quarterbacks in the country who went in the portal who have just had more production than Jaden Daniels. I believe he had 29 starts. He threw 32 touchdown passes in three seasons at Arizona state. And he's a guy who after his freshman year got projected to be an NFL quarterback. He had 17 touchdown passes in just two interceptions after that 2019 season. Arizona state went 8 and 5 beat Florida state in a bowl game in Jayden Daniels was on the way and since that time, his production has been uneven to be polite. Arizona state had a ragged season in COVID in 2020. And then this past season, he just had ten touchdowns, ten interceptions, obviously that Arizona state program is mid implosion as we speak and certainly he didn't have the same talent around him in 2021 as he did in 2019. So I think the fresh start is going to be fascinating and it's certainly going to make the quarterback race at LSU the most intriguing in the SEC this upcoming season. Yeah, and let's talk about that because it's jam packed and you got miles Brennan coming back for I think it's tenth year. You've got you've got other transfers in there. You've got a hot shot, 5 star, and I know none of us can sort it out yet. But it would seem like Brian Kelly must think a lot of Daniels to make this pitch. Hey.

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"pete" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"pete" Discussed on Backlisted

"At the same time, at the same time, these are historical characters. And I would say that many of them are extremely different in the book than they are in the show. Notably Al swearengen. So I think the television series is extraordinary. I think it is very distinct from this book and it has its own life and its very much own rhythms of writing. Both of these works are extremely textural, but I do believe they have very different linguistic textures. There is there is one I can not believe, and if you look at the Ellen Barkin, portrayal of calamity Jane, I can not believe that the calamity chain character, which is very similar, the alcoholism, the kind of the rankness and the physical rankness that obsession with curing people just feels I mean, I went back and looked at the historical background to that whoever wrote that calamity Jane character in the TV show. I had must have read the novel, because I just can't believe that you could get to those two things like you say like Leibniz and it doesn't feel possible. I was kind of dismayed when I read the novel because John and I both absolutely love we talked on this problem as we love it. We love the TV show, right? And initially I was quite dismayed and but I thought, well, you know, Erika, you're right, there is kind of a whole Rococo elements to the TV show, particularly in the character elsewhere engine, and some of the extraordinary speeches that he's given and listeners had to learn overnight. Which is one of my favorite Deadwood facts and was always on the money. But I thought it would be fair to hear from Pete what Pete Dexter thinks about this. This is an interview that he gave to vice in 2009. And the interviewer says, did anyone from HBO ever contact you or try to get you involved in that show? And Dexter says no, and I mean they obviously stole at least the first scene from the book. The guy who took credit was the producer, some guy named and the interviewer says, David milch milk, yeah. And you know there are pieces of value in The New Yorker and stuff. His tape was that he wanted to do a western forever. He had everything available about that area at that time, and yet had somehow missed my novel..

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"pete" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"pete" Discussed on Backlisted

"All the women in this novel are really extraordinary. And the interactions between them are extraordinary. And the way that they relate to the male characters to build. And I think there's a section I wanted to read, which is actually an interaction between Agnes. Who has this marriage? You know, we never see the marriage of Agnes league. And while Bill Hickok, except in these letters that are written back and forth. But we never see them together. And there is a sense that this isn't unreal relationship. That's certainly Bill was wanting something that he had an idea of marriage that he could never be suited to. And of course, kalima, Jane, Martha Jane cannery. Is in this novel in love with Bill. And sees herself as a sort of rival to Agnes, who we only meet after Bill. Is dead. And there's this remarkable encounter between the two of them that I thought was one of the loveliest things. In this book, have you got it for us? I do, I do a brilliant. So yes, Bill is dead. And Agnes has arrived. And calamity Jane has already had an argument with Charlie. Claiming that she was married to Bill. And Charlie has been trying to keep her out of the way of Agnes. So she doesn't say this to Agnes. But as Pete Dexter said, you know, the stone thrown into the pond. This is going to happen. There was a movement in the circle of guests then. Jane started pointing the weapon at a dozen different people. And then Agnes Lake stepped out of the circle. She stood half a head taller than Jane. Twice as strong, wise as the Bible. Her dress was a red color and her face was smooth and calm. Well, well, Jane said. She lowered the pistol halfway to her side and stared at Agnes. Charlie saw the chance to take it away, but he stood where he was. I heard you claimed you as the wife of Wild Bill Hickok, Jane said, Agnes didn't move or answer. She looked as if she were trying to decide what this was in front of her. Jane looked around the room as if she had just noticed where she was. I better get some answers, she said to the guests not to Agnes, Bill never told me about nobody else, Jane straightened herself. She spoke, trying to match Agnes Lake's height. She put her bottle back in her pocket and pulled the brim of her hat down until it bent the tops of her ears. She brushed at some of the weeds sticking to her coat. Then she considered Agnes Lake again, who still hadn't moved. Jane took a step backward. And someone laughed out loud. She pointed her gun in the direction of the sound, but without an intention to shoot..

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"pete" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"pete" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"The red sox might wanna series a couple more times because adrian was on the verge of really put it together and just seems to be like a really good guy not only a great player but a good guy. he's i only covered in that one year. He was in boston slot. I can honestly say every player will run on a sixty two. You see him at some point where they don't play hard you know like it's just their day that guy you ran his ass off the first base. Every time he played hard as he could feel he played every game like it was his last game. And and i i there were times i was like. I can't believe he's still got this interview. Yeah the ma. The manager of country was. Hey we want to give a day off know they up. I'm playing tomorrow you know. Yeah i i really admired him and he was a good guy too he was a it took them a while to warm up to you but once he wanted up to you he was very friendly and we were all kind of bummed to see him go and nobody became so great man. Boy the red sox really yeah exactly and he became. He became a tremendous player. You know so yeah. Yeah that's great all right If you are a pete abrams fan. And you're listening to this. I hope you've been joining the podcast I and every episode with the mary question. And what that is is j armstrong who is an honors english teacher Just recently retired from the philadelphia area would in his honors english class every year would have his seniors breakdown. Thunder road as point. Look at the lyrics. Talk about the imagery that bruce uses. Compare it to other points like robert frost and then at the end of the two days. He asked the question to his class. Does mary get in the car key. That is your question disinherit mccarthy and sunday road. Yeah of course because tramps like us you know. So yeah i you know. I think that's the whole and that he's talking about going somewhere with a girl in most of the songs right so Yeah i think he's definitely got in the car. Yeah all right very nice. You know about the whole maggie. Haberman is at waves or slaves. Yeah so i actually sell a t shirt on i Website that says the question isn't whether it ways or waves is does she get in the car I do find it interesting in. I think this is a i. Someone i can't remember. Who said that. The reaction to bruce springsteen super bowl commercial the middle the diversity of the people on the extreme right and extreme left being critical of him tells you how far away from the middle. We are as a country. I who said the right thought was great. But i find it a little sad that there are fans that say It will be swayed to fill or like you know till you take it from my cold dead body. You know I just i. I can understand having an opinion but i also think okay. I don't know i mean well. Supposedly it came out. The original lyric was indeed sways fright. Somebody said they saw that. Then when you listen to it it certainly sounds like waves. So i sorta you know. Yeah i i don't know if that's it worth losing your mind over but i mean i don't guess in car She's on the porch house. They're talking about the future area. You don't just let them drive off and someone else brought up the fact that i'm racing in the street she talks about..

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"pete" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"pete" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"Totally opposite you absolutely have. And that's right when you trust somebody. When you're working with someone and they make an introduction you hold it at a higher level and i get to spend most of my weeks making introductions and religious watching people hit it off and grow the space great position to be in very fortunate my next takeaway is that participating in deep dive can be a little bit scary because it feels like. You're giving away your secrets to the competition. But like pete says and i really liked this quote. The fear of competition is much more pervasive than the actual competition itself. Yes and what. I really liked about that. Is you further. Explained it saying even if you say if you give a company a really great idea at the chances of them implementing it whether it would be great for their business or not are very low. Yeah even if you take three companies that are exactly doing the same thing for attribution right pod sites charitable and clarifies. There's no way that their clients want the exact same thing or their current roadmap is the exact same way they might be similar. Isar chargeable in pod sites released similar audience insights tools around the same time. But they go at it a different way. Right charitable has that feature that allows the pdf export because they're focusing on self representation for publishers. Where pod sites is more focused on that. Being part of their you is so people can shift they can absolutely chase after that but you alienate your current user base you halt your ganic flow and i am very glad to hear that pete echoed because he was the first person to take a risk on this and really prove there's no fear and everybody gets positive feedback from it right. There's even if competitors are watching it there admiring it they're getting the basically just highlighting that they found something cool about red circle is one of the most recent ones we did and i got so many messages from people saying i actually had no idea how red circle work. This was fantastic. Are they going to be costumers. No but could that help with an acquisition. Could that help with a bigger partnership. Could that help. With the idea. Of maybe an enterprise client finding value in being part of that and then building out something specific for them. These are all possibilities that become available when people are more comfortable openly talking about what they're building. And why and like you said pod scribe was one of the first to sign onto do a deep dive. They've done more than one. They have more upcoming. And what pete said. Was that one of the reasons. He chose to participate early on because his company's smaller they don't have that many people working there the impact that they have can be huge but they need to get larger companies and established folks in the space to trust them and to know who they are and the deep dive series..

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"pete" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"pete" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"Well that's good does a great recommendations wall. Pete thank you so much for being on here walking through the product deep dives like. I really appreciate it. You absolutely put it on the map and made it a big part of sounds profitable and shaped what sounds profitable became. So thank you so much. Thank you for having me. In a look at the next guys so brian. Have you taken it upon yourself. To listen to the crypto. Podcast that pete has recommended. I love pete. I respect his views on cryptocurrency. But not your views. I'm just not feeling it like there was definitely a long holiday weekend. Where invested more. Money than i was comfortable into crypto currency and doubled and then dropped to fifty percent and then went back in the same weekend and my wife looked at me and basically said me or crypto. I sold it. God i i would have made a lot of money a lot of money if i just held out but i would have also been dead by now. Well so you just you can. Just look at it in real time. it happens. Twenty four seven you wake up and your upper down tons of money. I just i can handle it. I think it's i think it's i think the technology is cool but i think that just like we run into the issue of podcasting being too wide of a net. There's the technology there's weird nf t- art aspect of it and then there's the speculation. A lot of the good gets hit in with the bad because of presentation. So i am not gonna listen to that podcast but i will trust pete and i will pass on his recommendation. That if you are interested in crypto I would take pete's recommendations strong pedes pete's word for it. I do appreciate that. You ask your interviewees. Their podcast recommendations. I think it's interesting to hear what people who are very much entrenched in the podcast world are listening to. it's never. It's never your typical. This american life ninety nine percent invisible people wanna show something off. I love that. I binged all of toxic. I absolutely binge the entire thing so every now and then something resonates me. But i get better at listening to them. So let's get to my takeaways from your conversation. So i up what i took away from this. That pete was very clear about. He said something..

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"pete" Discussed on Riot Podcast

Riot Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"pete" Discussed on Riot Podcast

"February sixteenth of nineteen ninety nine. And when that happened. I i was angry. I was angry at god. I remember just yelling out. God why did you not you know. Why didn't you let me say goodbye. Why didn't i have a chance to say goodbye And my dad. He was sick but you know you know he thought he was okay and then he just laid down took a nap one day and then wake up And i was. I was angry and until recently i didn't realize that Wasn't really angry at god. I was angry. I was angry at myself for not talking to my father. More about god. That's what i was really angry. And god really revealed that to me recently fast forward. I lost my mom On good friday. Twenty nineteen and totally different experience It was it was a sell. It was a celebration you know. Mom was sick with aol s You know which just a brutal awful awful disease It's a death sentence. You know you know you see. It's just a matter of time It just what it does to your body and everything so when mom was it was time for mom to go Man it was just it was almost. It's almost like you see. Jesus walking into heaven the way it happened. I mean we were at. The hospital was literally good friday. It was three o'clock in the afternoon. The storm rules across the water Sort of looking out the window and she died while that storm was passing through. It was just the craziest. Most surreal thing ever and there was just peace. Pete i mean we had you know th there was no doubt where my mom was going and There was just peace. And i remember the night The night before she died We disown. she was in a lot of pain and she'd really didn't want to take any medicine. Take any Painkillers and stuff like that but finally got so bad. It got to the point where She's like okay. You know you can. You can give me some pain medicine. And but before. We did that while she was still loose. I'm like mom can we. Can we pray you know. Do you want me to pray with you. And it was p. this is. I'm wasn't real confident. Still my faith this point. And i i it was the holy spirit giving me the worst to say or my over my mom. So one of my brothers was there my We called my other brother. And my mom's air and i remember just praying again. I don't know where the word i do know. The words came from now but It was just. It was just beautiful. It was just like you know here you know. I don't remember what we said but it was. You know lord just accept your servant into in having you take taker now. She's ready to go. She's ready to be with you And it was just it was beautiful and you know at a time of of loss of losing your mom It was it was a celebration and it. Just what a different experience from that. From when i lost my dad In twenty years separated just shows you the maturity level in confidence and stuff. So i wanted to share that so that was kind of my story and honestly pete i mean i feel like most of my growth. I'm fifty four years old. Most of my growth has been in the last six years. And it's really been. I think i shared this with the men's group on saturday. There's there's been really three things. I think that have really helped Helped with that with that growth. It was first of all it was somebody reaching out to me and saying..

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"pete" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"pete" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"The inspiration is a kind of reaction that i was reacting to this real story and the film was also reacting to the real story as it reacted to my book I would love there to be a corrective at some point For there to be you know non-fictional account or for You know some some of these answers to to be answered I'm not the person to do that. but to try to Be respectful and to stay out of the way. I guess is what i hope to do. I think one of the things. I really love pizza I love the relationship and report both the book in the movie and how does change over time right. I mean in life and in in in the book in this movie. it's just you know. That's the one part of parenthood. I'm looking forward to most is how that relationship change actually going through that. So that's kind of the the real powerful part this entire story. That i i'm completely in love with and i'm also very happy pete that they didn't go insane with the ending. I love the way. Ben foster just kind of goes back to being what he you know what he knows and i. I thought that was a classy way to end it in nocco over the top. You know yeah. I think i mean i guess you know you're in it now so you'll find out about above the parenthood. I feel like when i look at this book now I always see it might exile of being a father like having a daughter and i was just finishing this book right before my first daughter was born and so i knew i was having a daughter shoes coming and this kind of anxiety about like basic way like who am i like. What kind of advice do i have to get like. How can i represent this world. How can i help someone through it Which are Just really portentous in kind of pretentious questions to ask And they're not things. I think that were conscious of all the time but It is a especially as the world burns up and and We live in anarchy. It sort of is even more anxiety provoking but That relationship i think in also i miss it's again like i made this gesture toward a similarity in teaching writing in and Parenting it's sort of at some point. It is a question of sort of trusting people's independence in sort of respecting them and trying to react as much as anything in not to sort of dictate the terms of how they're going to tell their story. Now that's really well said Pete you've given me so much time. I'm a huge fan. And i will continue to do so and i'm excited for march of twenty twenty two. I can't thank you enough. Thank you for sticking with me. And i and i you know there are many people who would have stuck with me as long as you did and i really appreciate your kindness in. I had a lot of fun talking to you pete. You're welcome thank you so much for your attention and take care.

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"pete" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"pete" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"With direct. The uses sweetheart i again. Thank you so much saying. I am one hundred percent of sweetheart in my defense pete. You're sitting in the same room as you're looking at that face. How how kyle could you not be just infuriated. All the time looking at the sky just in general be honest. Scale of one to ten. How much do you hate me. Scale wanna ten. You put me on the spot there. I'd like you donnie. I like the conversation we've had. I'm already bias. I can't give you an you know pizza smear. You don't wanna know how i know he's line you. Did you use yousef say anything. Good about me. Why l. met before he did. Now did i say i don't i don't i don't remember i. Don is a good guy you like him. he's he's going to meet us. There was given. He was talking shit about not getting coffee with us. but yes. that's okay styles just like you know. This is kind of our thing. I mean we liked to have coffee together. You know donny's johnny's doing big deals at your tax that's right you're shout a your tech. Actually you're not paying us no shadow shop next year. You're send the check but no i mean Pete is a good definition of what that kind of encompasses because on surface level no-fence pete but on surface level. Peach should not be as cool as he is on paper. You should be like private equity You know you kind of have. You're not currently private equity but you know there's a general persona of a young guy in private equity or that's been in private equity. They're kind of the eccentric Probably probably stay out too late Think that they are the smartest best looking guys in the room. Just think about american psycho. Heh that's yes. That's kind of what i think of. When i think of like you know kind of the private equity i appreciate you. Not comparing me to christian. Bale that's even though he looked good good flexing in front of those mirrors he get he looked good. I'm knockin ally. Good but no i appreciate that i you know i. I don't know how to segue from their dead air. You can edit that out. No shit. That yousef yeah. I've just try to keep it real yemen so so start from the beginning. So how did pete marshall get into actually oil and gas and where was the beginning in. How did that kind of take you to where you are. Now yeah Just jumping right into it. I graduated with a business degree. Am in two thousand ten. I didn't know. Are you a die hard. Aggie i am. But i'm not the typical aggie okay l. Say i mean. I'm wearing my ring you could say it. I'm true to my roots. And i love my school. But you're not gonna see me in overalls okay yapping or anything there okay number but yeah graduated in two thousand ten jumped right into the the landslide. Oil was that one hundred bucks and there are a lot of brokers running guys on the gulf coast Being in houston year..

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"pete" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"pete" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"Change a new generation of leaders. Coming up that are shaking things up in the old way in really fighting for a deeper democracy. Welcome to how we win. All over the country people are doing extraordinary things. Were giving you the tools that you need to make a difference right now. we don't agonize we organize. We've won some battles but we still have more work to do today. We're joined by the co founder of the democracy policy network and author of dedicated the case for commitment in an age infinite browsing. Pete davis. We talk about how committing to civic advocacy year. Round and especially in state house will build our power and just by save democracy but first mariah and i are going to talk about the surge cova cases the olympics and the start of the january sixth commission. I'm steve pearson. And i'm right craven and this is how we win pete. Davis is such an interesting guy and and he has done such great work at a young age to really Galvanized power in state houses and And not just focused on electoral work but on advocacy work and And it's really compelling so. I'm excited for people to hear his interview. Yeah the the way that he frames. Things really speaks to me as somebody who's always like changing cities changing jobs the idea that we live in a world where you know when when love is just a swipe away maybe maybe an even better love is to swipes away. So let's hold out for that but but you need to know.

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"pete" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"pete" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"And now. Here's a bonus episode of this california the battle of one eighty-seven warning. This one is long but galleon tei take it away past gustavo. We're here to have a ten o'clock with. Pete wilson martin twenty eight weeks former california governor. Pete wilson played a big role in setting the stage. For one. eighty-seven. I try to arrange an interview with him for months to asking questions that have been bothering me forever. Like who created that crazy. Fake keep coming out and did undocumented. Immigrants like my father ruined california. Well the day our podcast got released. We finally got a date on the calendar so here. I am at wilson's law offices with my producer. Abby swanson to have that conversation yes so. Tell us where we are. We're in century city. We're going to go meet. Pete wilson to do an interview that we've been working on for months and let's see how it goes. Thank you three security guards. To get to pete wilson. We go up to the twenty eighth floor and wait just a couple of minutes on a white leather couch before wilson secretary comes out degree. This must be abby. How are you sorry governor. How's it going good. Good yeah what do you want to sit. Sit down and out of out of the heat we can. Then we get going. I asked governor. Who's eighty-six now to introduce himself. He does and then. I'll be honest. The first twenty minutes of our conversation kind of wonky lotta history stuff but after that gets kellyanne i end up spending an hour and a half with pete so we edited the conversation for lengthened clarity and i'll also pop in every once in a while to offer some commentary or corrections after the fact..

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"pete" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"pete" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"But we have this idea that we are separate. We are discrete. Because that's what we want. Well that's the that's the only way we would know ourselves to be anything right when it was all one. There was no sensation of knowing or not knowing room right so so the the engine of forgetting is what juices the whole thing. Exactly right exactly. And that's for the pleasure of god. Which by the way. The existential is this book. I keep mentioning if you take that to. Its logical conclusion. You can kind of oversimplified and say therefore we can say god wants to do this right. Which means when you josh our humiliated you should find a way to enjoy the sensation of being humiliated. Right because it's what you want it right because it was better than just being. Yeah just buzzing a refrigerator or an air conditioner. Yeah that was so weird that you were like what would it be like to be a guy who's made films who's writing music but at the airport people still go. Hey my mother. Yeah and you go thought i was past that and then when you can say yes to that and realize that. That's what you wanted. If i'm being honest if i could let you be me and you can walk around the neighborhood even but my my nervous system is still in charge. But you're just kind of the flow dia. Yeah i got you would still. You would get a kick out of the things that embarrassed me. It would be a hoot. Yeah just like watching a show right. You'd be like wow well was sexually aroused by jar of pants but the other thing that makes that enjoyable for me as the little spec in your consciousness observing yeah is the option to leave. Yes i know. I'm not trapped in pete nece forever. I'm just doing this as experiment. That's right the dachas a gift..

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