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WMAL 630AM

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"regent university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"702. I'm Steve Coming. The body of a missing Lorton woman was found last night and her former tenant has been charged with murder. Fairfax County Police chief Kevin Davis says Brian George Sanders Jr have been a person of interest in the disappearance of 72 year old Emily Lu if we had probable cause to charge him with the murder earlier We would have, but we we weren't quite there. Yet. Sailors is now charged with Lou's murder. A former Herndon piano teacher is in custody charged with sexual assault of three underage victims More than 20 years ago, when 48 year old Rigoberto Garcia Nolasco lived in Fairfax County investigators fair there could be more victims. Montgomery County lawmakers will vote this coming week on a plan to bring five G wireless technology to neighborhoods I don't support the bill is it's drafted County executive Marquel Rich once a better handle on what the antennas mounted on existing light poles would look like a concern shared by many critics. We've asked Verizon to provide us we said, Give us a map. Of where the actual towers would be in your mind, and they said they would provide it. But as far as I know, we have not received the chair L Rich wants more public input and more time to plan has been before the council often on now. For five years, John Matthews on W. M A. L and W m a l dot com a tragedy in an ARRUNDELL County, where a man died this morning after a car crashed into his home in the Brooklyn Park area of the county, just inside the Baltimore Beltway. Police say the 68 year old man died after being trapped between the vehicle and an inside wall. A new study reveals that Regent University has the safest campus in Virginia. A new study published by your local security used crime reporting data gathered over a three year period from colleges around the country region gets the nod for Virginia's safest college and is listed in 13th place as the safest college in the country. W M A L News time is 704 now WN. They all traffic.

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"regent university" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:14 min | 2 months ago

"regent university" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Remember, remember, remember psychotic serial killer from Kenya was able to use a loophole in the nation's legal immigration system along him to obtain a green card. Uh, he married an American citizen in November 2000 and seven He was approved for a green card. Now it says nothing here as to what the motive was. Uh, He had a criminal record. He including convictions for drunk driving, trespassing, assault, obstructing a police officer. Currently being held in Dallas Kind of job now they don't say what? Well, we know what the motive is. He's a straight up demon. That's the more of his his demon. What's his motive? He's a demon. What's his, but he's a demon and needs to be executed. What's his more? He's a demon. That's what this is. I mean, how do you be involved with 24 murderers, and you aren't some type of a demon? I'm looking at him. He's run out of central casting should be hung publicly. 100% Man. It defies logic, does it? Not that we are all in and bringing China Onto the world stage as a superpower. I mean, an overarching, enslaving superpower that will rule the roost. At some point, they already pretty much are. They're doing it behind the scenes right now. Much of it blatantly up. Uh, in front of the scene. Ahead of the curve, much of it economically. But at some point they say, Hey, you know what we really do Control you now and you got nothing to say about it. We own this way on that. And you're S O l. And our federal government's going along with it. You can't make an excuse any other way when I say that I want you to remember that when you see your elected official that theoretically ostensibly represents you. When they're at their coffee klatch or their little meeting locally and then come back to the area to see you. Ask him. Why are you acquiescing to China? Well, I'm not C I voted again. I don't care what you're saying. Why are you not standing up and screaming? That your colleagues are literally working for the Chinese Communist Party by virtue of going along with them. Why are you allowing funding to go to universities that do nothing But Aidan about the Chinese People's party and, uh, Red Army in China. Why Why are you going along with that? Well, I voted again. I don't care what you're voting. Why is Ron Weiser? Not standing against us. He's a Regent University of Michigan. He's also some type of head potato, the Republican Party effort his official title. I think he's the Imperial Wizard of the Republican Party. I don't know what his title is, but quite seriously. Why is he not? Standing up and screaming out against China. Why? I don't know. I got no answer for that. I'm trying to throw the question out there so that people will take it right to them and not give them a break or a pass. I'm there or next. I do really cool radio every day Monday through Friday, 3 to 6 P.m. Eastern standard time, highly educational, highly informative, everyday writer and we archive just in case you should do so crazy as to.

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"regent university" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:43 min | 6 months ago

"regent university" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Until six p.m. Eric Metaxas is one of our great speakers. It's free. So please sign up. When we're all finished With this conference, we will cut each of these speakers up into segments. Their portion into segments will host it up on the Regent University website. We hope that you'll take these speeches and forward them to everyone that you know so that people can hear the truth about what happened in 2020. What's the truth about where one political party wants to take us and what they want to take away from us and what we could do about it? It's necessary information, so I hope everyone tunes in to a region that Edie you forward slash election integrity. And I just want to thank you, Michelle for leading this because I'm just astounded. This is kind of a big thing for me. I'm astounded. You and I are talking about my clindell. There are a handful of people speaking out about this Mike is Mike has been the loudest voices paid a horrific price. I think he told me they were gonna lose millions at my pillow because that but I believe that people want to support my clindell. They want to support someone. Stands up for truth and for our faith, or like this professor David Clements, who read your book and is inspired by the life of on offer delay his career on the line. I'm people we were in awe of this. This is so encouraging. We're out of time. Dean. Michele Bachmann. Just thrilled to have you coming up in a moment. Our friend Mike Lyndall, God bless you and see you tomorrow. Okay, bye. Maxwell, the runaways arrest you Bake this position about nine years ago. He was scratching a lot and he started losing Compare my vet. He says all he must be allergic to the chicken, another vessel and eats the green that she said The weather was something in the air. And then somebody said I n O V, I T back. I hate to listening to see kind of iPad Carrie. There are different stories of different people, and it's just quick. I got my first night they survive, and it's a grand total of two weeks and the dog stop teaching. The hair stopped falling out. Dina Fight is nutrition and Mexico Love this. Now he spoke to 10. And Dina Vise big part of Maxwell's Diet. Dina fight for life. It won't be lieve how happy your dog will be paying. He says. Spectacular Dog, you know, b i t dot com. Hi,.

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"regent university" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:13 min | 6 months ago

"regent university" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The sweet 16 starts today with Oregon State. Taking on loyal of Chicago Beaver scarred, Ethan Thompson says they're playing strong basketball right now is that we've been having have been great team efforts. There's been a lot of contributions from everybody, you know, on the on the roster, really. Villanova faces Baylor Wildcats forward Jermaine Samuels says his team is working hard. Reached the goal. I'm talking about it all season, trying to be the best team by the end of the season, and, you know proven to each other that we're all in this together, or Roberts faces. Arkansas Hogs forward Justin Smith says he became raise about to compete for a national championship came here to win and that's it. It's just a testament to All the hard work that we put in the final game of the night. Has Houston taking on Syracuse. There are four more games coming up Sunday before elite action on Monday and Tuesday. This is Esther in sports. Every word. There'll be peace, man you done They were too many folks. I'm talking to Dean Michele Bachmann at Regent University, Robertson School of Government. Let's Let's pick up on that. You talked about eight Char one, which is Changing our election was federalizing then which is so sickening. Anyone who understands how things are supposed to function understands that what big government is, It's just the federal government squashing real government, which is to say state government, local government taking authority over them, which it does not have any constitution and really destroying the federalism that's been in place since the beginning. 240 something years ago. It's a completely It's a complete misunderstanding of what America is. And then the Equality Act you mentioned is Way Toe Force Church's faith based businesses to operate in a way where, let's put it out there. Michelle we're talking about This is the establishment of a religion. It doesn't call itself religion. But this kind of secular view of sexuality of the human person is and pathetic awhile to the views of many Americans, and they're saying Shut up. We are going to enforce this view, Which is really it is the Is the enforcement of religious views that claim not to be religious. And it is the establishment of religion with the power of the government, which is precisely the opposite of what the separation of church and state is supposed to be the opposite of the wall of separation. It Z extraordinary to me that people aren't making the case that I just made because that's what this is. Well, it is and you're right, and it's it's almost shocking that we're even having this conversation. And it could get this bad to this point where one political party would would change the rules around so much to ensure that they forever stay in power, and the other party could never take power again. No more competitive elections or what you say with the Equality Act. Which there were so many incursions by the federal government into the area of faith into faith based organizations and a churches. And when that when that was happening, the Congress the people through their elected representatives passed something called the Religious Freedom Restoration Act to prevent government to stop government. So this was under Clinton. This was under Bill Clinton. And this past this is a unanimous passage in the United States Senate. I think one senator was gone that day. But the other 99 all voted for this. So this was not a fringe issue. They all voted to protect religious liberty. Freedoms in 1993. Well, guess what? The equality and completely eviscerates. That law, Yves this arranges it. So if you thought that you could appeal for a conscious protection, let's say you're a doctor. You work in a hospital, and some some parent presents their 10 year old little girl who now says she wants to be a boy or a little eight year old boy who says he wants to be a girl. So you were perfectly healthy little body, and now you're told to mutilate That body is a doctor And you for religious reasons cannot do that. You would be forced to perform that operation and the hospital would be forced to provide the facilities for that operation. There's no opt out anymore, so we lose our rights. Religious speech and expression. That's why this is so key. These air two of the most radical pieces of legislation I've ever seen both squelch freedom. Liberty, the First Amendment rights that we have cherished for years. Inalienable rights Life liberty. The pursuit of freedom in alien double rights are being squashed by both of these laws. So that's why we're having this election integrity conference tomorrow. This isn't boring material. These are boring presenters. Eric Metaxas is anything but boring. He is the life of the party. Everybody know it's going to be Eric Metaxas, especially when I Holy cow. Yeah, well, it's gonna be great. I mean, we've got literally an a list All star cast of people extremely credible, but here's the other thing. We believe in this so much. We want to push this information into the academy where there should be free speech at the university level, and our law school is taking the transcript of our six hour conference tomorrow. They're turning it into a law review article because we want to push this into the legal field into the academy because we think it's important that the university's open up free speech again and start talking about these issues. We're doing it from a fact base. People aren't gonna want to miss this. They'll feel really bad if they do so, it's Regent. Dad eating you. Forward slash election integrity. It's a virtual conference. It starts at noon. Eastern time. Tomorrow goes.

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"regent university" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

The Patriot 1280 AM

06:38 min | 6 months ago

"regent university" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

"Dean Michele Bachmann at Regent University, Robertson School of Government. Let's Let's pick up on that. You talked about eight short one, which is Changing our election list federalizing then which is so sickening. Anyone who understands how things are supposed to function understands that what big government is, It's just the federal government squashing real government, which is to say state government, local government taking authority over them, which it does not have a new constitution and really destroying the federalism that's been in place since the beginning. 240 something years ago. It's a completely It's a complete misunderstanding of what America is. And then the Equality Act you mentioned is Way Toe Force Church's faith based businesses to operate in a way where, let's put it out there. Michelle we're talking about This is the establishment of a religion. It doesn't call itself religion. But this kind of secular view of sexuality of the human person is and pathetic awhile to the views of many Americans, and they're saying Shut up. We are going to enforce this view, Which is really it is the Is the enforcement of religious views that claim not to be religious. And it is the establishment of religion with the power of the government, which is precisely the opposite of what the separation of church and state is supposed to be the opposite of the wall of separation. It Z extraordinary to me that people aren't making the case that I just made because that's what this is. Well, it is and you're right, and it's it's almost shocking that we're even having this conversation. And it could get this bad to this point where one political party would would change the rules around so much to ensure that they forever stay in power, and the other party could never take power again. No more competitive elections or what you say with the Equality Act, which there were so many incursions by the federal government. Into the area of faith into faith based organizations into churches. And when, when that was happening, the Congress the people through their elected representatives passed something called the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. To prevent government to stop government. So this was under Clinton. This was under Bill Clinton. And this past this is a unanimous passage in the United States Senate. I think one senator was gone that day. But the other 99 all voted for this. So this was not a fringe issue. They all voted to protect religious liberty. Freedoms in 1993. Well, guess what? The equality and completely eviscerates. That law, even this rates it So if you thought that you could appeal for a conscious protection, let's say you're a doctor. You work in a hospital and some some parent presents their 10 year old little girl who now says she wants to be a boy or a little eight year old boy who says he wants to be a girl. So you were perfectly healthy little body, and now you're told to mutilate That body is a doctor And you for religious reasons cannot do that. You would be forced to perform that operation and the hospital would be forced to provide the facilities for that operation. There's no opt out anymore, so we lose our rights. Religious speech and expression. That's why this is so key. These air two of the most radical pieces of legislation I've ever seen both squelch freedom. Liberty, the First Amendment rights that we have cherished for years. Inalienable rights Life liberty. The pursuit of freedom in alien noble rights are being squashed by both of these laws. So that's why we're having this election integrity conference tomorrow. This isn't boring material. These are boring presenters. Eric Metaxas is anything but boring. He is the life of the party. Everybody know it's going to be. Eric meant taxes, especially when I Holy cow. Yeah, well, it's gonna be great. I mean, we've got literally an a list All star cast of people extremely credible, but here's the other thing. We believe in this so much. We want to push this information into the academy where there should be free speech at the university level, and our law school is taking the transcript of our six hour conference tomorrow. They're turning it into a law review article because we want to push this into the legal field into the academy because we think it's important that the university's open up free speech again and start talking about these issues. We're doing it from a fact base. People aren't gonna want to miss this. They'll feel really bad if they do so, it's Regent. Dad eating you. Forward slash election integrity. It's a virtual conference. It starts at noon. Eastern time. Tomorrow goes until six p.m. Eric Metaxas is one of our great speakers. It's free. So please sign up. When we're all finished With this conference, we will cut each of these speakers up into segments. Their portion into segments will host it up on the Regent University website. We hope that you'll take these speeches and forward them to everyone that you know so that people can hear the truth about what happened in 2020. What's the truth about where one political party wants to take us and what they want to take away from us and what we could do about it? It's necessary information, So I hope everyone tunes in to regent that Edie you forward slash election integrity. And I just want to thank you, Michelle for leading this because I'm just astounded. This is kind of a big thing for me. I'm astounded. You and I are talking about my clindell. There are a handful of people speaking out about this Mike is Mike has been the loudest voices paid her horrific price. I think he told me they were gonna lose millions at my pillow because that but I believe that people want to support my clindell. They want to support someone. Stands up for truth and for our faith, or like this professor David Clements, who read your book and is inspired by the life of on offer delay his career on the line. I'm kind of people we weird. I mean, all of this. This is so encouraging. We're out of time. Dean. Michele Bachmann. Just thrilled to have you coming up in a moment. Our friend Mike Lyndall, God bless you.

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"regent university" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

The Patriot 1280 AM

07:04 min | 6 months ago

"regent university" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

"The Regent University. Robertson School of Government. Dean Bachman. Welcome back. You were just talking about a professor Brave profess to the law school in New Mexico. Named David Clement. He's speaking at the conference tomorrow. He is. He's an untended faculty member of the Law School and New Mexico. But he was inspired by the story that she wrote on detail on offer and what he was willing to sacrifice for the truth. And really, this was a godly calling that God put on Professor David Clements life to go through and read all the affidavits. He read all the cases that have been filed on the November 2020 election is, you know There have been about 60 cases filed it both the federal level and the state level and he just did this on his own and his own free time. He read all the effort, Dave. It's all of the evidence everything that was out there and he started speaking out on what he saw in these cases because they were shut down. No one really got to here with any of the evidence was He was willing to do this without 10 year because he felt what he found was so important that so Dr David Clemens, a former prosecutor himself, he'll be laying out this evidence at the conference witnesses tomorrow. What he found out in these affidavits. Yes, if you don't mind just because I think we need to hear this because people aren't saying this, So I asked someone like you. Are you Are you of the opinion that there was, in fact enough malfeasance and corruption that it changed the results of the election. Another was I I hear you hear so much, And I still just want to ask people like you that I trust. Is that what it seems like, two you have have you You know when you when you talk to somebody like David Clement, do you get that impression that that is the case? I'm speaking on behalf of myself. I'm not speaking on behalf of Robertson School Government or Regent University. My own personal opinion based upon my own study so far, and what I have read from Dr Peter and Virals report and other individuals is that Yes, I believe that there is enough evidence to show beyond a reasonable doubt that there was malfeasance that was practiced sufficient that it turned the election away from Donald Trump. And to Joe Biden, I I believe that Donald Trump, actually, perhaps got more than that nearly 75 million votes that he got, and I believe that Joe Biden got far less Um, my clindell who will actually be on today's program on I do hope to talk to him about this. Of course, we can't post it on YouTube because they have problems with talking about integrity. That's just their stand. Uh, so he makes the claim that in his documentary, he makes the claim that Trump got all nearly 80 million votes that Biden got 68. Million votes, which sounds Not only plausible, but it sounds right to me. Have you been able to look at that sort of thing and get any sense of what happened? I have. I've had a number of conversations with Mike off line. You know, we're both from the state of Minnesota. He's a wonderful man. And so we've been in contact Ned phone conversations about this. Well, he shared some of his information with me, and I think what we're seeing is that many people, not just one. That's the thing. It isn't just my clindell. It isn't just a Sydney Pollack is adjusted Professor David Clements are Dr Peter Navarro or Ben Carson. It isn't just one person. It is many people who've done various areas of study. And what's phenomenal is that here in the United States of America, we've been told We're not allowed to talk about an election with happened an election. What evidence that we have from an election? We're not allowed to talk about it then I just won't interrupt. When people tell you you can't talk about it. They have no authority to do that. And when they tell you not to talk about it Shout about it. Be sure when someone tells you not to talk about something that you continue to talk about it because no one has the authority in this still free country to tell us what we can and cannot say, But that's exactly the message we're getting. That's a message that we're getting and what struck me during the whole time of this election again. I'm a dean of the Graduate School of Government. Is this almost exactly to the day 400 years earlier. The Pilgrim Fathers and Mothers 16 20 at Plymouth Rock gave us and gave the world one of the greatest biblical arguments ever. It's the biblical form of government of government under the Mayflower Compact, and it's this Ruled by the consent of the governed. The people voluntarily come together They decide they elect who their leader will be and what the laws are that they live under. That seems we say, like, yeah, so well, the world didn't know of that kind of government before 400 years ago. That's something that the pilgrims gave us. That's what this is about. That's why this is so important, Eric because we want to know well, this biblical gift of governance that God gave to us that we've enjoyed for 400 years. Is that going to go on? Or is that over? That's really what this is about. That's what we're going to explore the conference tomorrow. Will we get to continue this biblical form of government governance? Or will we now be ruled by a small little group of elites who decide what laws will live under and what our lives will look like and what we have to do? That's not America. But that's really what our choice will be elites making the decision about our laws and what we're going to do, or Us making the decision about what we're going to do, and I think there's sufficient evidence that we can question was the outcome of that election reflective of what the people's will Woz in this last election. That's what will be key tomorrow in this conference. Well, it's astonishing to me that Biden is ostensibly the president and that you have an entire nation unsure whether that's legitimate. That alone is unacceptable. And that was the idea that we could have such doubt and that you're told to shut up. When you express the doubt we ought not T shut up. As I said. In fact, I argue, we have an obligation. To speak and speak and speak. We have no reason to allow anyone to silence us. But we in America need to be reminded. I think because we've had so much freedom for so long. We're not sure how it works. Well, that's part of what I hope happens at the conference tomorrow is that we give people some sense that they have an obligation to speak. I know that right now. The Democrats are trying to ram through the HR one Bill and the Equality Act. Can you say a little bit about that?.

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"regent university" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:41 min | 6 months ago

"regent university" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Bachmann at Regent University, Robertson School of Government. Let's Let's pick up on that. You talked about eight short one, which is Changing our election was federalizing them, which is so sickening. Anyone who understands how things are supposed to function understands that what big government is, It's just the federal government squashing real government, which is to say state government, local government taking authority over them, which it does not have a new constitution and really destroying the federalism that's been in place since the beginning. 240 something years ago. It's a completely It's a complete misunderstanding of what America is. And then the Equality Act you mentioned is Way Toe Force Church's faith based businesses to operate in a way where, let's put it out there. Michelle we're talking about This is the establishment of a religion. It doesn't call itself religion. But this kind of secular view of sexuality of the human person is and pathetic awhile to the views of many Americans. And they're saying shut up. We are going to enforce this view, Which is really it is the Is the enforcement of religious views that claim not to be religious. And it is the establishment of religion with the power of the government, which is precisely the opposite of what the separation of church and state is supposed to be the opposite of the wall of separation. It Z extraordinary to me that people aren't making the case that I just made because that's what this is. Well, it is and you're right, and it's it's almost shocking that we're even having this conversation. And it could get this bad to this point where one political party would would change the rules around so much to ensure that they forever stay in power, and the other party could never take power again. No more competitive elections or what you say with the Equality Act. Which there were so many incursions by the federal government into the area of faith into faith based organizations and a churches. And when that when that was happening, the Congress the people through their elected representatives passed something called the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. To prevent government to stop government. So this was under Clinton. This was under Bill Clinton. And this past this is a unanimous passage in the United States Senate. I think one senator was gone that day. But the other 99 all voted for this. So this was not a fringe issue. They all voted to protect religious liberty. Freedoms in 1993. Well, guess what. The equality and completely Eavis a rates that law Yves this rates it So if you thought that you could appeal for a conscious protection, let's say you're a doctor. You work in a hospital and some some parent presents their 10 year old little girl who now says she wants to be a boy or a little eight year old boy who says he wants to be a girl. So you were perfectly healthy little body, and now you're told to mutilate That body is a doctor And you for religious reasons cannot do that. You would be forced to perform that operation and the hospital would be forced to provide the facilities for that operation. There's no opt out anymore, so we lose our rights. Religious speech and expression. That's why this is so key. These air two of the most radical pieces of legislation I've ever seen both squelch freedom. Liberty, the First Amendment rights that we have cherished for years. Inalienable rights Life liberty. The pursuit of freedom in alien noble rights are being squashed by both of these laws. So that's why we're having this election integrity conference tomorrow. This isn't boring material. These are boring presenters. Eric Metaxas is anything but boring. He is the life of the party. Everybody know it's going to be Eric Metaxas, especially when I Holy cow. Yeah, well, it's gonna be great. I mean, we've got literally an a list All star cast of people extremely credible, but here's the other thing. We believe in this so much. We want to push this information into the academy where there should be free speech at the university level, and our law school is taking the transcript of our six hour conference tomorrow. They're turning it into a law review article because we want to push this into the legal field into the academy because we think it's important that the university's open up free speech again and start talking about these issues. We're doing it from a fact base. People aren't gonna want to miss this. They'll feel really bad if they do so, it's Regent. Dad eating you. Forward slash election integrity. It's a virtual conference. It starts at noon Eastern time. Tomorrow. It goes until six p.m. Eric Metaxas is one of our great speakers. It's free. So please sign up. When we're all finished With this conference, we will cut each of these speakers up into segments. Their portion into segments will host it up on the Regent University website. We hope that you'll take these speeches and forward them to everyone that you know so that people can hear the truth about what happened in 2020. What's the truth about where one political party wants to take us and what they want to take away from us and what we could do about it? It's necessary information, So I hope everyone tunes in to regent that Edie you forward slash election integrity. And I just want to thank you, Michelle for leading this because I'm just astounded. This is kind of a big thing for me. I'm astounded. You and I are talking about my clindell. There are a handful of people speaking out about this Mike is Mike has been the loudest voices paid her horrific price. I think he told me they were gonna lose millions at my pillow because that but I believe that people want to support my clindell. They want to support someone. Stands up for truth and for our faith, or like this professor David Clements, who read your book and is inspired by the life of on offer to lay his career on the line. I'm kind of people we weird. I mean, all of this. This is so encouraging. We're out of time. Dean. Michele Bachmann. Just thrilled to have you coming up in a moment. Our friend Mike Lyndall, God bless you and see you tomorrow. Okay. Bye. Down..

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02:36 min | 8 months ago

"regent university" Discussed on WTOP

"Year old father inside there. Cleveland Park home. It happened right after the younger aren't had returned home from the hospital. Where you have been given an anxiety relieving drug his mom believes, led to a psychotic episode. He admitted hitting his father with the bats at least 10 times. Well, his dad was asleep that morning. Now he remains behind bars Charged with second degree murder. John Doman w T. O P News missed deadlines for the 2020 U. S census could benefit Republicans in this year's legislative elections in Virginia. The pandemic and issues with some of the data led to delays in finalizing the Results, and now it appears even if the results come in this year, they probably won't come in time for new boundaries to be drawn before voters cast ballots. This means maps that will be used for the elections might not reflect increase uninterested Democratic voters in areas like Northern Virginia and it may undercount people of color to New Jersey's legislative elections this year might also be impacted by those delays. And when it comes to getting a bachelor's or a master's degree online, some area schools are at the head of the class. A lot of D C area schools did very well when it came to the 2021 best online program, ranking from U. S News and World Report. We looked at more than 1600 online bachelor's and master's degree programs, according to a need and Orion, the managing editor of the publication for Best Online Bachelor's programs. George Washington University came in at 19th Regent University in Virginia came in 53rd, but when it came to see Specialized programs, nursing programs the Catholic University of America coming in and a tie at number five George Washington University coming in and untie it. Numbers seven and an upper level information technology programs. Johns Hopkins came in second Virginia Tech fourth Michelle Morello w T. O P News. The Black Lives matter Movement is being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. It was founded in 2013 after George Zimmerman was acquitted for killing Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teen. Last year, Demonstrations in the US led to global protest after a white police officer knelt on the neck of George Floyd in Minneapolis for eight minutes, killing him. A member of Norway's parliament nominated black lives matter for the honor, saying it has been able to mobilize people from all groups of society, adding that there's a strong linkage between anti racism, movements and peace. This year's prize went to the United Nations World Food Program. Allison Keyes. CBS News The Nobel Peace Prize will be awarded in October. Coming up in money News. BMW pulls the plug on its car.

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"regent university" Discussed on Creatively Christian

Creatively Christian

05:38 min | 8 months ago

"regent university" Discussed on Creatively Christian

"Welcome to creatively christian. Podcast by the media where we inspire inform and empower creative christians of all types. I'm one of your host brandon hollingsworth. Dr baron bell is a comic book artists and college professor. He talks with our own bill brooks about his comic project which retails old testament scripture as a space fantasy. Welcome to create early christian. I'm your host bill brooks spring. You another creative christian. Our guest today is a lift award nominated comic creator for the book radio. Free america is working on the second issue of dominion follow. The house of saul welcome. Dr baron dealt with was up. Doc bell harry you thank you. Thank you doing good so just a little house even care you also have a connection with a another host of ours ryan hollingsworth thousand. You know. granted help ran man. He's he's a brilliant brilliant artist creator of they're doing the cute kuenz series animated series dawn Some several other projects a comic book properties and so you know the the christian will. The comic book industry's in the christian. Come industries even smaller. So you kinda bump into each other here and there we we share a lot of the same circles and so So yeah ver- brandon. I was introduced to him. Through my co writer. A daniel handcock and You know we really hope. Impre that one of these days. Lord opens the door for us to collaborate things together. Also it's a small world. It really is all right so as i explained before. This program has done Cut up into four sections. The first section is informed. We're going to inform people of what you do Bio says you have a masters degree from regent university But we call dr bell. What what's your knocker in my doctors in education. So yeah i. I teach at liberty university and a teacher george fox university both awesome christian schools and You know i'm in arts program for both schools I not only teach Traditional art but also three d..

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"regent university" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"regent university" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"Mean Pat Robertson University. Where do we START APELU infiltration? They're either flat out attacking the fields of psychology. Psychiatry and saying got their illegitimate or their infiltrating so that they can imbue those fields with their ideologies. Have ready access to susceptible. And we've Seen Liberty Liberty University's done that Pat Robertson's Regent University is done that or Roberts. Universities done that a whole bunch of about twenty years ago. They made a conscious decision. We are going to start programs in psychology marriage and family counseling social work so that we can put people in the field who agree with our ideology. They did this intentionally. And that's that's what I'm so scared about so I would say this. Contact me after some other show after the show or some other time. And let's talk more about this because I think we've got some mutual beneficial resources. We can work together on and we want to make this. We want to let the consumer community out there. People who need help know who to be careful about who do not go to and who. Who's probably going to use evidence based methods to help them. So that got us to communicate. Why is very difficult because a lot of people are so indoctrinated thoughts they they've been told that the fields are evil that the stack killer are all equal and in worldly? It's very very difficult to like. Be Able to softly. Tell them right right now. This is doing you more damage. He just may not even realize yet. Because you're such a flurry overt needing to be godly and hear these practices. That are actually.

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"regent university" Discussed on The Scholarship Shark Podcast

The Scholarship Shark Podcast

14:52 min | 2 years ago

"regent university" Discussed on The Scholarship Shark Podcast

"That's, that's not easy because you've invested a lot and you've made like you said, you've made decisions moving, you know, let's find a fool in school district where he can play football anywhere had we're not just talking to your Alia. area. Yeah. Like my son, he played, but I want they play. He's he was on the team. He's a true artist's. He's put a face. So, you know, you know, we're talking really gift it to, to, to walk away from that. And it'd be okay with it and. Yeah. Not be defined by. So thank you for sharing that I was really good. Yeah. What what about you? You Natalie what, what, what have college planning than like for you. And I think part of it if I'm correct. I can remember with out of the country, I think girls were in Italy. When you started if you can kind of walk us through with that was like for you. Okay. Yes. Yes. I love hearing what misty were saying about signed that sit, and that's that's part of the town. But we yeah we were overseas. So what basically happened is, you know, you're busy home, schooling and surviving. And the next thing I knew it was time college time time far old. Avantis to figure out, you know, for us to, to sit down and talk to figure out where we will. She wanted to attend what it looks like. And she wasn't quite sure, in the midst of all that we've got orders to go over to Naples, which the family was just so, so excited about and that pretty much began to shape, the beginning of college for her. Now sling, what I need is that she wanted to go over with, and he's able to enjoy Europe and travel and just be with family feeling see Europe through that through the eyes of, you know, just being able to feel comfortable and free and moving around and feeling you know, that safety, a family, and also we decided, you know, she and I and daddy, of course, talk and we listened to regent university. And so, she signed, enrolled, you know, applies accepted and decided to do regent university online. Line, which enabled her to be able to go to college. But also come with I go see that would be. Yeah. That was a big deal that name. So, so she starts at maybe August. We lesson Tober to go over to Maples. And so she got over there was doing region online, and then we discovered that university of Maryland is one of the schools that has satellite campuses abroad. Typically at military posts is, is still Naples, had with the call University College, which is under university of Maryland. And they had a fat light location there. And they used to local high school to have their classes in the evenings and on weekends. So that game hurt opportunity to not only have the online with region, but in actual impersonal last laugh. And so she. He did the and she did that for that whole first year, and we had a little bit of turn later because what happened is youngest daughter, who has always loved soccer, and we're playing on a Naples, Wildcats. And that was one of the benefits of being home schooling but being able to be stationed overseas on military bases. I'm like, in different states. We're home school with me, and I have the -bility will be allowed to play, you know, on the local high school. She was able to because of the dots allows, you know, department of defense allows that at their schools overseas. And so she was playing on the wildcat doing crease in credibly well star player and it was becoming trying to her to start thinking about what she wants to go. And so she had offered to go to liberty that summer in some thinking after year old disorder with. Finishing up the first year and was trying to decide you want to go back to the states for an actual campus environment. Would you. I want to say here that was a big thing. I want her to go, but we knew it was probably good. You know 'cause she could get to become independent and just have experiences of, of being on campus. So kind it all together with the younger daughter in, in getting an offer to come to liberty soccer Campbell college down soccer players. We decided let's all go back and we were blessed to take a military hot back he left from, from they both went to Sigonella which is in Sicily, and in forbid Sirotta had overnight in Rhode because we couldn't get another flight out in a row to Dover, Delaware. We were in your neck of the wear pan. Oh, yeah. I remember. I remember that you remember. Yeah. So my blue I remem-. So, and with the military half, so it was awesome. 'cause you don't pay much of anything at all. So we had that, while family and we say, so. So we can't act. Yes. And she came back, and we've actually got to tour liberty and youngest daughter. You know, check in for camp. And we toward in the way, I just I like it here, I think, this is where I want to come back to. So this was way before we knew our youngest was going to accept an offer to play there, which she got right after, you know, after the camp, it, also it all, that's probably both ended up there that is how they both ended up at liberty. Yeah. They have other which was good. Because you, you didn't have family in that area in that list have them in that area. Right. Did not. Yeah. So yes, she so our pets, I was still had some time less overseas and a body that fall right after the trip that was summertime for that fall. We, we were we were hugging and kissing goodbye Rome, putting her on the play. Was really, really hard. You know, I just I was gonna mission. I just finished the old school house magazine I think he may be familiar with the old school house. Yeah. They, they had asked me to do. I got offer an article becoming out June first so I'm excited yet and it's called fair winds and following fees. Which is the way of saying, you know, we wish you the best we love you. You know, you can have fair, winds and follow these, basically. That's kind of what I think about this Vanni we had to send her from overseas back to the states, trusting that leaving the worst right decision. We were crying, and I mentioned that in the article it was hard. But we had a piece that it was the right thing, and I don't want to fail to mention my year. Parents who am I'm rather law. My father-in-law has have had back in ninety nine but they both being Maryland would get on the road and go up there. I think my parents, of course, met out, oldest that delessio Portman she arise and they. They would just because of them being here and able to go visit and be there eventually than when Alexandra joins possessor. They were there at the games. Now, the fact that you the team and the coast. My mom is. Back. It was like, okay, I know. So. That is about that dealer. You know, you know. So that's the story in should, I think, for the two girls and how they ended up there and like I said, again, you know, when our with leaving we were in, I think she threw out a nickel. So we didn't have to go to Rome, but which I would've loved to go to Rome, anytime you go to run would have been five. To say Divi, you know, was hard and so again cry. And thank you guys, this is this is okay. Right. You know. I do they were prepared. And you it was the right thing. And I know he I had recently passed you heard this at your raising adults. You're not raising kids to raising Bill and, you know, for telling jokes for them to know who they are who got what Packer has one. You know what their passions are where they need to go next? You know, those types of things and feel competent young women, you know. And so, I knew they were ready, they will. Yes. Oh, yeah. And we're not your son. Okay. Wasn't it? Okay. So I'll talk to overseas thing because interesting enough in a very in, in very slight way with Nikko because Nick, when we got to the St. nNcholas was thirty year and. That was a hard transition coming from overseas where we just we, we did as much as we could overseas travel in exposing kids. The we did not live on, basically on these kinda me. We lived in a in a talion neighborhood. We learned some Italian, I love we just explored. So coming back to the states was difficult in itself, 'cause we none of us wanted to come back to be honest, and I know people don't understand that. I think why don't you love become back to the US with anything about being patriotic, and that it's just that we were having a good time and, and European so much, and so much history. And it was just just fabulous that we got orders. My husband where we is a family that what is to new air station, which is in Jacksonville. North carolina. Always say the little Jackson. He'll the dick link is the big one is in Florida, right? So we got what to say are in the family was no offence of people who have the station there at all because I ended up loving it, but. Coming from Naples overseas to Jacksonville, which is such a teeny little town was actually where where why what? Just happened. Yeah. You have to. Yeah, I world and we had to learn to, you know, be content where we were and to reach all in make new phrasing do what military families do where we moved, you know, we, we, we push ourselves to adjust again, to find that footing and to meet people to get out and be allotted, how community. So the kids have been that we've done it over and over all the different moves and they knew it, though. But for Nick reference to college that was a big adjustment. So among story short, he wanted to, to go to a city, go to metropolitan area, where he could still have some of that culture and that history diversity in just getting out in, in sightseeing, and Washington DC seem to. Fit. He applies to Catholic schools here and American was the one who said, hey, because he was a they put on his application. This is a this is a. This is a negative for those were doubting. He was a scout. He had achieve Ecostat over in Italy. And the agitation acceptance letter from American did say because of your commitment involved in scouting particularly Nikki eagle scout. He was awarded quite a large grant. And so I was so excited about that. He was exciting. So that's how he ended up at American and that says college story that was was affected because of his experiences over in Europe and wanting to find, you know, college that his interest in international service and international studies and also wasn't a metropolitan area that had that feel close to being overseas in Europe. So that that's pretty much. How stories with the three oldest one knows is yet to be written in the annual. Wow. I I love each of your stories. They're just, you know, each child very different. And, and, and, and what you both had to wrestle with with, you know, either location and, you know, knowing a move coming up, and I, I'm not a military spouse, or, you know, hopefully, it'll be a future military. Mom, my third wants to go. Alex, my fifteen year old has a heart for the military. Well, yeah, yeah, yeah, you talked to MRIs husband about it. But allies really wants to go until which is one of the reasons why I wanted to do this series and kinda jump into it. And he loves loves the military and great. Yeah. Yeah. Wanted to go in go to college and cut love to come out. It's an officer and go in and he's just share that, you know, some of the greatest leaders served in the military, he's got it all mapped out, and he loves history. And you know that Natalie like our. Yeah. I know. Yeah. They talk to right. They love you three right? Yes. So. But it's really good as a mom hearing it and hopefully the listeners here, just some of the common thread that, you know, just being open and, you know, we kind of set out and sometimes even our young people kind of think they know their password, but, you know, it just it's very fluid in that, it, it's not one way, and kind of end up another way, just really being open to the process, and kind of what God is lying on their hearts, and who they're becoming what they're discovering and, and being okay with it, and, and then having those hearts goodbye. I mean, that, you know, I honestly can't imagine if I can't 'cause actually I experience with Sophia. Yeah. Years eating. Yeah. Of course you travel with area..

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"regent university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"regent university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"We have attorneys that joined the radio broadcast studio there that used to be our our main studio it in Virginia Beach and still very big office there with a lot of attorneys. He texted me and said, you know, do a push for regent law that the new dean of the law school there who is the former retired chief Justice Mark Martin of the North Carolina supreme court. He became the youngest Justice in history of the supreme court North Carolina at age thirty five than ultimately became chief Justice of the North Carolina supreme court in one thousand nine hundred four at thirty one. He was the youngest judge in history to serve on the North Carolina court of appeals and in nineteen Ninety-two. I mean, this is wild. I mean think back to being twenty nine he was appointed to the superior court by the governor Jim Martin of North Carolina. At twenty nine. He is the new dean and will be a professor, so you can have professors well of regent University School of law in Virginia Beach Virginia what you may not know is that how many current and that doesn't even count former or people that we trained at the but current ACL J attorneys all the way from our most senior by status in age to our youngest attorneys that have attended it's not like, we only hire regent law graduate. I to say that for anybody's maybe gone to law school somewhere else or send in their son or grandkids somewhere else law school. But we wanted to do this today because there is still space left for next year region had the number one bar passing rate in Virginia Virginia has one of the toughest bars in the country. I think it's second only to California New York that Greg California, New York, and and and Virginia it was number one in the state in a state that has some some really highly ranked law schools, the UVA's the world. William marries, the Washington and Lee's, and then of course, you've got the DC law schools where a lot of people are taking the Virginia bar as well. Like, the Georgetown's and places like that. So I wanted to go through for those of you who are thinking about law school. Maybe it's for this fall. And you didn't even know you could still do it. There's a l set that's the test. You have to take to apply to law school.

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"regent university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"regent university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Secular live. Your jordansekulow it will back to jaysekulow live. So we'll talk about region Joe a little bit, but we're going to get right into politics right now. And again, the reason we're talking about Regis school of law. A new dean their my dad's up there in board meetings. Now, she had a busy time or what report last week or meetings this week. So he misses being with you on the radio broadcasts every day. I promise you that. And and again, he looks forward to returning very soon. But I I know you all understand how busy it has been for him. And I know you're proud of what he's been doing for country. So we're talking about it, really. Because region has got some space left for even this fall. They're allowing rolling admissions. There's one more L set you can take in June. Roques? We'll explain that. For you later in the second half hour. I wanna get right back into politics. 'cause people been holding on to talk about that. We're not gonna it's not a full hour on region today. But it is again, I just wanted to. It's pretty impressive at the ACLU. If this organization you care about thought organization, it's all lawyers, obviously, we have many senior attorneys who would to law school before region existed. But right now, we have fourteen attorneys at the J who attended region school of all we have three additional senior staff who have advanced degrees. So post a post bachelor degrees one doctoral degree, my dad from regent university. So we take it seriously are clerks in in our office in Virginia Beach where review versus locator almost all regent law students and oftentimes the clerks in our office in Washington DC, they come down for the summer, our regent law June. So again, we'll talk about that. I'm excited about where the school's going as alumni, but we are getting right back into politics. I want to do it by taking a phone. Call one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten. Really focusing in on Joe Biden's, rough twenty four hours these I mean, listen, politics, lots can change. She's still the front runner. I'd like to see his fundraising numbers. Maybe he'll blow us away with the moderates out there who've been waiting to give money to somebody other than Bernie Sanders or known or maybe the Bernie Sanders, sir gets a right that he thinks to meet in two tough, please stop circuits to tough because I'm gonna go up because Donald Trump. Okay, and his surrogates. They're really softies when it comes to that, nor should they be politics is is about who's going to be the commander in chief. The most powerful leader in the world. Let's go right to the phones. Get your calls in now. One eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten what do you think it's been like for Joe Biden, putting aside your own personal politics? No, many of your conservatives out there. But if you're democrat Collin to if you're democrat is he your choice, or do you want someone more to the left? And I mean, I'm being open and honest about they're not going to criticize your politics just wanted to answer to that question for those who may be more to the left who are listening to the broadcast or more moderate listening to the broadcast. You're looking for Donald Trump alternative would he be that one for you? And then for those of you on the right? I really just want to see get your reaction to what this rollout has been like as well. Let's go to Jim in New Hampshire, very important early voting state. You're going to get a lot of Joe Biden. Jim welcome to jaysekulow live. Thank you. Taking my call in a Biden Trump matchup. What would concern me as the likeability factor, Joe Biden and being a real likable kind of guy with Donald Trump, not so much? What what did you do you on that? Well, I think Donald Trump was pretty well liked people may not have told pollsters that. But the voters surely showed that he he wants states Republicans thin never even had a shot in when it was a Bush running or or a that Romney running. I mean, really they tried in those states, but it was kind of for show and Donald Trump won. He won Pennsylvania. He want high you want Wisconsin. He easily won West Virginia. You went across places Michigan. I mean, it was unbelievable. So people like that. Yeah. And if you're a blue-collar worker in one of those states that was suffering economically and his head such a resurgence. I don't think the likability factors. The first thing you're going to look at anyway, it's probably going to be your pocketbook. And quite frankly, I would love to run on the record. That has transpired over the last four years in those states. So I mean, I think I'm gonna call you can look at that. But I don't think it's going to be the first incinerator ability. Not number one for who's going to be commander in chief. I think people figure that out with the we're gonna be a bright back on jaysekulow live taking your comment. Get your calls in now. On again on politics. I've been telling you since January of two thousand eighteen the market was going to crash, and what was going to tip the market over his China in the global economy that it was slowing now. What are you.

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"regent university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"regent university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"If you're listening to our broadcast you hear a lot of region voices. If you think we're pretty smart, if you agree with what we say at least our producer, by the way, didn't go to law school at region, but our producer will who puts all this info together force got his masters in journalism. They're west Smith who is not an attorney. But on the broadcast. Lot retired Colonel from the US army. He got his masters in law their masters in law. So he would better understand some of the legal issues that we discuss at the J, and and you know, miles I want to go through both of us. Us our reach. It law grads. We graduated the same year. And again, you had a number of you. Interestingly I did not go to law school right out of college. I worked on political campaigns that went to law school a few years later after college got my JD at region. And then decided I liked the law school so much. I went by the way shows you how well respected region is I applied for to do an L that's a post JD degree. It was accepted right away at a top ten law school in the country Georgetown, so my Ellen from Georgetown. But I would never have gotten that Ellen. If I didn't have a J D to gree which I got at regent university. So it's well respected the bar was you know, scary to take the bar exam. But it was a breeze. Once I got in there because the teachers at regent, the professors, they're really prepared us. But you did a number of degrees. You even taught in college before attending law school. That's correct. I mean, we. It's hard to imagine that's been ten years since we graduated from region wall. But you're going to get a great education regional, I I we all had different different backgrounds in education. I went to the university of South Carolina and undergrad and political science, and then went to graduate school, Appalachian state and got a masters in political science, and then taught for a couple of years and worked in real estate, some of the things, and then you, and I met and regent wall. And my wife also from reading all we all graduate together and say seal and work. So they Jay is a senior litigation counsel. In fact, shoes in federal court just this week. Yeah. Arguing a case in Iowa that we talked about on the broadcast earlier and we've trained hundreds of region law grads at the j I just want to focus on how many of us are region. Log reser working at the j I mean, you can go to law school. I thought I was actually going to focus in tax law, and maybe come back towards ACL J later and then decided to go more than. International route. So I got my JD there. My dad actually got his PHD at region. There was no region school of law when he went to law school, it opened in one.

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"regent university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"regent university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You'll population comes at a time with the Golan is more important than ever for security when Iran is trying to establish bases in Syria to strike Israel from across the border in Syria. Iran is launched drones into our airspace missiles into our territory and now chief counsel for the American Center for law. Justice Jay seculow, a proclamation on recognizing the Golan Heights as part of the state of Israel. Now, therefore, Donald J Trump president of the United States of America by virtue of the authority vested in me by the constitution, and the laws of the United States do hereby proclaim that the United States recognizes the Golan Heights as part of the state of Israel. We're going to put that up on a map for people to see exactly where that is. There's also some legislation moving at the same time Fantomas about that. Well, you and David both got emotional about that Jay. But it's because the Golan Heights is fundamental to Israel's right to exist. And the question is will the United States stand behind it state? That it offends Israel. The president has made clear that he is going to this piece of legislation j two of them actually one in the Senate one in the house is a way for the congress to undergird that decision by the president. It's S five sixty seven put forward by Senator Cruz and HR thirteen seventy to put forward by Mike Gallagher, j essentially what this legislation does is go back to the history of the Golan Heights and the United states' position on that starting in one thousand nine hundred ninety five where president Ford recognize that the Golan Heights was significant to Israel's right to defend itself. And by the way, Jay we had David talking about the missile fire that Israel is receiving. There are lots of different fronts by which Israel has to defend itself. But this is those things go together gay, the Golan Heights is essential to Israel being able to defend itself from its enemy. So this legislation would be the congress coming behind the president of the United States. I think most significantly j it's not necessarily needed while President Trump is here, but there is no assurance that a future. President will be quite as. Resolute this will make sure that is the United States speaking with one voice and making sure that a future president can't simply undermine. This is interesting because Maureen on Facebook said do you believe this will be well received from both Democrats and Republicans? If there should be. Well, I think it will be well received by both Republicans Democrats, but j being well received is not enough. I think you'll see a lot of welcoming statements on both sides of the aisle. But ultimately for the force of congress to be behind this proclamation. You actually have to put it on the floor of both chambers. I do think it will be on the floor of the United States Senate, very soon. And I believe it will pass if it's on the floor of the United States house it will pass. But Jay the question is will speaker Pelosi call that vote that's where I'm really focused on right now. So let me ask bring the conversation here quickly. Let me go first to Colonel Smith your reaction to this west. Yeah. This is this is really long overdue. You look back and in nineteen sixty seven so much has changed in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the Shah of Iran still ruled that country. Iran was not a threat to Israel or to the rest of the world now with Syria having what is basically a permanent presence. I mean Iran having a permanent presence in Syria. Because of that, the whole strategic calculus has changed Iran. We know trains and armed Hezbollah which from attacks Israel. So I think it would be actually disastrous for Israel morally wrong and militarily nonsensical. I mean, strategically it makes no sense for them to ever give the Golan Heights pack. This is a great day for Israel is a great day for the security of that region. Harry quickly, your your initial reaction to this Jay, this is a truly historic moment. President Trump's declaration recognizing is rarely sovereignty is one of the first steps towards real peace based in reality. As opposed to focus piece based in simply aspiration. All right. So I guess you could say the consensus around this table here in we've got our offices right now in our media center. Washington DC on the campus of regent university in Jerusalem. All engaged. I think it's fair to say that consensus is pretty positive that. This was a.

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"regent university" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio

Army Wife Talk Radio

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"regent university" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio

"Thousands of people as a first time, author pastor's wife, Monto, four children and grandmother, Chris ultimately down to earth woman who loves her family and live life to the fullest in east. Tennessee, welcome to the show. Chris. Thank you. I'm so honored to be here with you guys tonight honored to have you? It's a pleasure speaking with you, can you fleeing to be jealous. You guys are in Hawaii. And it's going to be sixteen degrees here Tennessee tomorrow. Oh, goodness. This is crystal and then Debbie's actually in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Debbie. Okay. Okay. So you guys are going to be getting cold too. Well, anyway, thank you for having me tonight and so excited. Absolutely. So would you mind just tell us briefly about your story? Yes. It really was a story that occurred over twenty five years ago, and I will tell later in the podcast wide. He sided to finally write it, but I was married to a naval officer. He was Lieutenant Commander in the navy, and he was an NF, oh, he flew the EC Hawkeye which is based on your craft carriers, and we live in the perfect life. I was a stay at home mom had been stationed in Nebraska. We had actually had a joint service tour at kneecap and worked with several army officers there, and I was a stay at home mom, and he was based on the aircraft carrier, the USS Theodore Roosevelt, and he was actually up for five is getting ready to be promoted. And we we were in Chesapeake Virginia at the time. And we had two children. And at the time, our daughters were three and. Seven months old. So we just build our brand new home. I just finished my masters at regent university in Virginia Beach, and I was gonna start my PHD program because I wanted to pursue being a professor because I could do that I could do adjunct work as we moved around and being stationed different places that just seemed like a really perfect fit. And it was during piece actually it was nineteen ninety three. We were at peace. We're not at war, and we were in the middle of the Bosnian conflict. So anyway, he had left for six month appointment and had been gone for just about two weeks, and it was a Friday morning, and I was at home. I had dropped off our oldest daughter preschool, and I was at home with our baby, and I saw Nagel stripes from the dress blues officers going on my dining room window and.

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Israeli prime minister to meet Pompeo in Brussels

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:48 min | 3 years ago

Israeli prime minister to meet Pompeo in Brussels

"Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is traveling to Brussels where he will meet with the US secretary of state. Mike Pompeo, the pair are expected to disgust have Ron's decision to test a medium range ballistic missile, the meetings deemed so important that Maas ads intelligence chief his also thought to be travelling to Belgium. You'll see mecca bug is head of international relations, social sciences and law at Regent's university. And join me here in studio. Good afternoon. Thanks for coming to talk to us set the scene for us a little beebees on. Well, it's a flying. Visit. But nevertheless, it's an important discussion one imagines. How'd you think he and Pompeo will be tackling recent developments the figure that Teesta flying visits? It takes time to go to us and propel would like would like to to meet him any in is accompanied which a senior delegation. It shows the severity in which they see these developments because actually they'll good reasons for. Resolve to the big issue of the nuclear weapons. This is very distance one of your developing nuclear musing, it this very distant possibility. However as Iranian presence is in Syria and going presence in Lebanon, medium range missiles ballistic missiles, the the quantity of the constants deliveries by air. Not nobody vote of weaponry of munition into Lebanon. This is a serious, ROY. And how to deal with? It is a good question right now. It's sending a clear message. That's is a one tolerate any military action of this kind from Lebanon. Mike Pompeo is a an outspoken critic of of Iran of the regime, but also the nuclear program stage. It's at what do you think will will Netanyahu be pleased by the response that he gets from pump. What do you what do you expect the US to be saying? I mean, obviously that as ever there always seems to be domestic issues and other issues which dominate, but Pompey's very, you know, he's he he cares. A great deal about this. And he's he's made no bones about being very critical probably will sing from the same hayme sheet. You know, the idea probably again, I'm second guessing was was going to be the result of the meeting. But I assume they can we some strong statement by the end of and we won't seem differences between the United States in Israel on this one. But we went to look. Both policies is a N D, especially the United States by withdrawing from the nuclear agreement because they lost actually leverage when you're on the table, and you're part of it, actually, you have more power to Iran. And say if you want the removal of the sanctions, if you want better economic relations, if we want to help you with you, we we feel energy sector, then don't do this don't do that. And you can have quite diplomacy don't lead to threaten them publicly. The meaning that you withdraw completely with the game you out of it. So what happens is you get defines from both sides. And when you get to this situation Dylan's what we're not benefitting anything from from the from the nuclear agreement actually will get more and more pressure from the United States. We'll other put pressure somewhere else, and in this sense, actually more leverage than the United States. And they know exactly that Israel is vulnerable. When it comes to what happens in Lebanon is this basically now from Syria, especially from Lebanon is exposed almost entirely by incoming rockets and missiles. That's changed tack slightly and talk a little about the domestic dynamics because it's impossible to discuss Netanyahu. And whatever moves he's making diplomatic or otherwise without looking at the travails. He faces on the on the home front.

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"regent university" Discussed on I Need My Space

I Need My Space

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"regent university" Discussed on I Need My Space

"No no contact with time not that that's my that's my motives that's the way opera so let's talk about that we operate a little bit the obvious question here is how does one become a space lawyer conscious decision you kind of get drawn into it and it's it's not it's not something it's not just my my area lost strictly stay slot because space law is in a separate isn't so disciplined all all on its own out there it's basically involves other areas of involves contract law involves tort law nowadays where you know personal injury type thing laws it always gets dragged into property law believe it or not is is our new starting to the criminal law which i think we might talk about a little bit later to so really you got to be in order to be a good space lawyer and understand in and to get into it you've got to become a lawyer in a good lawyer and all these other areas and understand it you know insurance laws another one could understa government government regulations so you gotta you you in the to a good space like you've gotta be gotta be a good good general lawyer to and understand the other disciplines and then take space law and apply it to your expertise your i'm going to use that word to your experience with those other areas of law so in other words i'm not you know you won't moves at moscow saying i'm just going to be a space lawyer you go out basically saying i'm going to be a lawyer but i'm gonna give you become involved his face law so where did you go to law school and then what allowed you to have this awakening where you were like you know what space law well i went to regent university school of law on which and you'd beat and i interestingly i had a cl had a class in international law and i had to write a paper which was like many five percent of my great and i didn't know what to write it on and you know at the time i thought i wonder what the you know i wonder what zany laws about space space being you know you know i'm passionate about the about the sadistic.

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