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Dinesh Answers a Listener Question About January 6th
"Time for our next question, take a listen. Hi dinesh. I have a question I have not heard at rest. Before about the so called January 6th insurrection. Could you disseminate the most extreme outcome? Often the capitol building is equated with democracy. If the rioters had fully taken over, disarmed all the security and taken every one hostage, what would have happened would all 50 states simply have surrendered and a mob would have taken control of the whole country or what could have happened. This is really a tremendous question and it's a tremendous question because it's strikes at the underlying inanity of the claims by many on the left. Democrats, the January 6th committee, that this was an attempt to take over of the government. And really what the question is doing is saying, well, let's see. Let's see. Would the government actually have been taken over, true, the capitol building is the place where Congress meets. It is the venue for you may say, conducting the legislative business of government. But nevertheless, let's say that there is a successful capital occupation. And by the way, you can make the point even clearer by ignoring January 6th, and imagining an occupation of the capital by the left or by the right. So let's say, for example, the Supreme Court issues a decision, striking down roe versus wade. And a bunch of left wing activists go into the capitol, they occupy the capital, they make everybody leave, they have, quote, taken over the capital. And the question is, have they taken over the U.S. government? Are they now in charge of the United States? Are they going to be appointing ambassadors, concluding treaties? Are they going to be running the United States and would the rest of the country go? Well, you know what? We've got some new rulers in America and they're not the congressmen we elected they're not the senators we elected. There's this, there's this bunch of goons that went in there and are basically now declaring themselves to be in charge. Well, that's ridiculous. That is absurd. If these guys occupied the capitol in relatively short order, there would be a police regiment that would surround the capitol and put on some bullhorns and say, guys, peacefully leave the building right now. And of course, upon leaving, they would be put into handcuffs and arrested. Or we are going to have S.W.A.T. teams storm the building, and if you offer forceful resistance, you are likely to be killed.
Bodies of Soldiers Killed Defending Mariupol Are Returned to Ukraine.
"Russia has begun returning bodies from the destroyed mariupol steel mill Dozens of Ukrainian fighters killed at the azov style steelworks had been returned to Ukraine by the Russian occupiers of the fortress like plant in the destroyed city of marau bowl where their last ditch stand became a symbol of resistance against Moscow's invasion the dead taken from the ruins of the bombed out mill were transferred to Kyiv where DNA testing is underway to identify the remains according to both a military leader and a spokeswoman for the azov regiment It's not known how many bodies might remain at the plant I'm Charles De
Scott Baio and Dinesh Discuss the Decline of the Movie Business
"I'm back with actor and writer and producer Scott baio, Scott, we were actually talking about movie distribution and you said that you're looking forward to seeing 2000 mules tonight, even though you've seen some of the clips and things about it, I mean, this is a movie that we had to release in an age of censorship. And so our normal distribution, which is, you know, Amazon Prime and Apple iTunes. I'm like, I'm not gonna put the movie on these cancellable platforms. And so, I mean, we're in an industry movies, you of course have been all your life in movies that seems to be changing dramatically, doesn't it? Changing how. Well, because I think we're on the same page. Let's go ahead. Yeah, I mean, I mean in two ways, first of all, you know, I think back to when I came to America in the late 70s, early 80s. And there were just really good movies and by good movies, I mean they had plot, they had character, they had suspense. They had all the elements that make a movie. Now you have to sort of drag me to the movies because I find that those basic elements of storytelling seem to have been lost, so I mean, on the substantive side, but then I also mean that Hollywood has essentially become this kind of regimented one party state within a state. Yeah. Well, first of all, I think the movie business it's become a movie about tentpole movies, which is all the marvel movies and the big giant movies. It's hard for a small story. And I like marvel movies. I do. But it's hard for smaller movies to get any sort of attraction. In terms of television, it seems that they want to shock people into watching shows. And I can never understand that. I mean, you know, I grew up in a different time, I guess I was on television at a different time. There are, I would say a large majority of this country that really would like to see a good solid decent television
Ukraine mounts effort to rescue last fighters at steel mill
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Azov commander on situation at Mariupol steel plant
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Dozens more civilians rescued from Ukrainian steel plant
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American Marxists: All That Came Before Must Be Destroyed
"The whole of Marx's thought this a chapter 6 of American Marxism It was the cleansing of history for the purification of future existence That is all that came before it must be rejected and destroyed by violent revolution if necessary To make way for Marxist society All will become clear a combination of propaganda pseudo events social activism and targeted personal attacks Has replaced traditional journalism Moreover it actively promotes the various causes and movements of American Marxism Propaganda said Edward bernays who was the father of modern propaganda and he wrote the book in 1928 propaganda Hitler Found it to be very persuasive and used it Propaganda is a consistent enduring effort to create or shape events to influence the relations of the public to an enterprise So vast are the numbers of minds which can be regimented So tenacious are they when regimented That a group at times offers irresistible pressure before which legislators editors and teachers are helpless That is the minority including elites and activists have discovered a powerful help and influencing majorities It's been found possible so to mold the mind of the masses That they will throw their newly gained strength that is propaganda In the desired direction the present structure of society this practice is inevitable So he says This wasn't so much a principle or tradition But simply a means to an end No I think so
Ukrainian power grid 'lucky' to withstand Russian cyber-attack
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"regiment " Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"There. And I'm like, oh my God. That's me. I'm a turtle on a fence post. That's what he said about himself. That's what I like to steal that from. But I got to give him credit. Say about myself. I do feel like a turtle on a fence post at times. Here at the ranger edge, et cetera. I didn't get here by myself. Someone had to put me up there, but I'm proud to be here and I'm trying to capitalize it while on it. Well, I got the mic here with you or well, anyone will hear me. And maybe I will think about a book. Yeah, no, I think that would be amazing. Now that you've mentioned his name, you can now patent it and use it however you want because you own it at this point. I really appreciate you coming on the show, Marshall and sharing your journey so far. And we hope to follow your career in the future as things progress and wish you nothing but the best and success. And I do hope that you consider something like that. Again, we'd love to have you come back on the show. I'm sure I'd like to spend another hour or two with you and least talking about some other leadership nuggets. It seems like you've not only lived the experience, but you have a lot to be able to share from just, again, the things you've learned. I really appreciate I'm honored to be on here. And I'd be happy to come back. This is fun. Hanging out with good people like you guys. This is a lot of fun. It's been an honor in the time you've worked around you in my career. It's definitely been a highlight of our career to be able to say that I've worked with somebody at your level and as a matures you know coming in with an attitude and mindset of you have a super humble that you, when I ask you to come and do the podcast that you're like, yeah, I would do that 40%. I was like, that's awesome. It speaks to your character and I just can't thank you enough, man. It's been a great time. I've been great ride with you. Absolutely..
"regiment " Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"Follow you. Seriously, give yourself some credit here. You've got great leadership. You've got, I love your stories. I could probably sit here at another three hours and listen to them. The nuggets of information that you're dropping, whether it's the story of how it occurred to you or how you've seen it play out or whatever the case may be sharing those is just amazing. I don't know if you've ever planned on writing. I know everybody a lot of people come on here and talk about writing a book. But if you ever think about doing that and you do it around the way like coach K did and around leadership and how you applied the game or your life's lessons into that, I'd buy that book in a heartbeat. I was thinking the same thing. I mean, totally. I mean, you put that in print, dude. There's just so much good that can come out of that. And so I hope if nothing else, you do consider doing that. If you haven't done it, it's already started thinking about it because there's only so much that you can impart a small amount of time when you're with your NCOs or when you're with your junior officers and stuff and you're trying to give them that coaching and that mentoring. But as those types of platforms or whatever platforms like this where you can reach a broader audience and you can actually make a more impactful. Impactful messages and put those fingerprints and stuff like that, take every opportunity you can because you've got a lot to share. And again, I got to chalk it up to surrounding yourself with good people. I want to mention this. Jason, you know, staff sergeant Reynolds, he's one of our mortar men. He's been a long tenured regiment guy. And he gave me, he told me something that during one of our counseling. And he said, he said, sir, and he put down his dip bottle. Yes. That's when you know he's serious. Three rangers to that pantry. He's like, sir, I'm like a have you ever seen a turtle on a fence post? I said, no, I've never seen a turtle on a fence post. He said, well, if you did, you'd probably think that turtle didn't get there by himself. Someone had to put him up.
"regiment " Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"That he probably literally just learned what it was. You know what I mean? To the point where he's trying to bathroom going, okay, and this is that. And it literally sounded like you've been sitting there doing it for the last 15 years. I was like, what the hell? Well, you have that way caring about yourself. And again, the way you carry yourself probably is because of how you came through everything and who touched your lives along the way. But you also have that voice and the way you carry yourself, I could totally hear yourself in an NBA game doing a sports cast as well type of thing. Yeah, yeah. But I mean, you just have that confidence about you. It's a humble confidence. It is. But somebody come off really confident, like they can almost come off like cocky. You don't even have any of that. You go with a smile and I've interrupted you talking and I've come and talked to you and be like, hey, buddy, and you're just like, oh, yeah, roger. Very humble, take whatever you got to give him. And put it in his playbook, if you will, and execute with the utmost humility and it makes you want to be better. You're like, I'm not being pissed off about that. He's amazing. Was it challenging for you? Because you didn't get that time within conventional enough time that typically do, or did you feel like you got enough time in the conventional to get you prepared? I feel like I did get enough time and my leaders between colonel Chong and the leaders I had JBL lamb. They prepared me in so many ways, but no matter I could have been there for ten years preparing. And I still would have gotten to regimen. I feel like I wasn't prepared enough. So I just, I don't know if I was ever going to be able to beat that feeling of you want to give them your best, but you always feel like you can get better. So no, I'm really grateful with everything, especially COVID. We did some really creative things and navigate training during that time in a safe way. And I got to be a part of some cool opportunities out there. I loved my second ID experience. It did prepare me very well, but it is probably a personal thing. At the end of it, I'm like, man, I want to give ranger regiment the world. I wish I was coming to them a 30 year military veteran with a lot more experience, but they got what they got. They've been able to make do with it. And so I'm grateful that they put up with me. Yeah. So general Brown, where's even like fitting in with all of this through this stage? By the time I got to red when I think at that point, he was retiring. But I don't know if serendipity or what, but at that point, I also started crossing paths with more and more people who general Brown has his fingerprints all over people that he's mentored. I know we mentioned colonel Shaw with the and it's just he's the kind of leader and the kind of character where and he keeps the kind of company where there is in a more powerful icebreaker and certain rooms than saying like, hey, I'm Friends with general Brown. That's all we need to know about you. We know the kind of friends that he keeps, so it's a powerful thing. So I haven't gotten to see him as much in person. He's still doing great things now or retired outside the military he's doing well. But he planted a bunch of trees. He'll never get a seat, grow. There are all these leaders going on to do great things that kind of bear his name in some way. Yeah, so what would you say would be some of the things if you're looking back and you're trying to give some advice to some of those guys that are coming up? What are some of the things that you've learned along the way? And obviously you've had some great coaches and mentors that you've already passed on some great nuggets within the show, but if you wanted to pull somebody up, what kind of advice would you give them? Your timing is good because my mortar platoon we were running a mortar range for eye Bullock students. I was in their shoes just a couple of years ago and same question. What do you wish? Something I told him was I think that's come through this. I said, hey, I wish as much as I did. I wish I would have taken another spoonful of humble pie. From the very beginning, because as soon as you come in here thinking that you know everything, that's that much less that you get the chance to learn. Also, you're in a very unique environment in high bulk. You've got cadre, they're only job and they're metric is making you better. You're not going to be in a whole lot of environments like that in your life. You're going to be in an environment where the guy on your left wants the job more than you almost hopes that you do poorly. This is a special time where this is like a melting pot of talent and mentoring and just take it all in. And you've got to do that with a humble approach. Two, I told the young officers and I'll say here on the podcast in case there are any young officers listening. I.
"regiment " Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"Different. I don't know any better. To put it in perspective, yeah, I'm 6 foot tall. I have to reach up and grab the cable. To hook, pull it a little bit to hook up my static line. And he has a duck under it. Yeah. So where was your first assignment afterwards? First assignment, I went to JBL Lim. And I was out at second ID. I was in second brigade, striker brigade, combat team, and I was in two one infantry. And again, another small world when we talk about mentors, the main reason I put JBL is my first choice. For kids who don't know any better, just the junior officers going through eye Bullock. They go for the brand names that they see in some of the movies they'll put down 82nd. Hey, yeah, Marshall, why'd you put JBL in number one in a lot of that was general Brown that was his duty station where he made the most impacts and he was able to get me underneath that brigade commander, colonel Chung, who was his platoon leader at one point in his career. And the best advice I was ever given was to go to JBL in because I had a great support group. I ended up having two company commanders who were former regiment guys. I had a first sergeant who was a regiment guy. Italian commander was a regiment guy. My brigade commander was regiment guy. They really started getting me excited about the range regimen. And up at that point, I didn't really have an appreciation or because the range registers were such quiet professionals that it wasn't until I got to hang around rangers that I really found out that it was something that I wanted to do. So I went to JBL Lim and I'm really lucky that I did because of colonel Chung and because of the rangers I got to hang around with. How long was it before you got a chance to put in your packet? So timelines are always different in my timeline was a little screw I had to put in my packet really soon. It was almost, I think it was like two or three months after I got to my first duty station. And it was just because of how it worked out with my eyeball at class was one of the later eyeball it classes in the year. And that was because I left the Milwaukee Bucks when I did. And so on and so forth. So that's just the nature of the beast. People ask me, junior officers, hey, winch I put my packet in and I'll just tell them, don't do what I did. Go explore. I would love for you to have a lot of time at your first duty station because that's where you learn a lot and you show up more prepared to help the ranger regiment. And I had a great experience in my first duty station, but between COVID, shutting everything down for a while and we were working very dispersed and isolated in my accelerated timeline. It was pretty quick transition to having to put in that packet for range regiment. Yeah, so how was that transition then into the regimen? It was a great again humbling, but at this point, I think we all agree on this. Those humbling environments are the ones you want to be in. The rooms where you're not the smartest person in the room, you should fight to get in that room because those are the teams that are going to humble you. They're going to challenge you to bring your best. And it was also humbling with my peers in the sense that, hey, what did you do before you got here? Oh, well, I was a platoon leader for a year. I was an XO for a year, and I did a scout PL time for this amount of time. And for me, mine was much more accelerated. But I feel like I had people in the ranger regiment that had assessed me through RAS too, and they were getting to know me. And they weren't going to set me up for failure. They put me in positions to where I could use my strengths, and I could still get caught up and learn. They really develop you. There is expectation that you show up with the right attitude and you have the physical fitness, but I was kind of taken back with how much time goes into these and I'm trying to bring a junior leaders along so I was anxious to your point. I had reservations. Hey, am I going to show up ready to contribute? In some ways, I wasn't ready to contribute the level I'm contributing now, but they got me to where I am now. That's a great compliment. Once again, but from an officer's perspective of just how the regiment takes their leaders and really utilizes them in the best way. And I'm not trying to do a plug necessarily just for regimen, but you guys do a great job of once you get the people who are qualified in there, how to lean on their strings. Regiment does do a much better job now of getting the right people and the jobs and we do we do a lot of talent working groups and stuff and senior meetings to decide make those decisions. So it's a lot more goes into it who's going to those positions and he's going to be with this different person as a ranger buddy. First commander. Like an NBA draft. You kind of look at the board in trying to decide major, like we got to decide, these are the guys that are coming up and going to be able to take these. Who do you want to take? We literally sat down there for a couple hours, and we hash it out. And we're like, sorry, major has to send out that anybody you didn't make the cut. Marshall got here. Obviously, everybody saw him. He's literally stepped up since day one. He's like, wonder if I'm going to be the guy, but I remember his first day in he's literally walking out. I think I was telling you this one. He literally never done this before in his life and reached in front of all these people that have all these different amazing talents to do with on BTC's with the other amount of people that have way better talents and I'll ever even think, but with the most utmost confidence in walked out on the floor and he's pointing at.
"regiment " Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"Absolutely. That started early. Was that a good or bad thing? Right. Because you got do you have to live in their shoes? Yeah, so coach K, like a lot of great leaders, like yourselves, I'm sure you are trying to be a father. He doesn't take a cookie cutter approach with his players. And he gets to know them, what drives them intimately deeply by putting them in these tough situations and seeing how you react, seeing the kind of person you are, where you're strong, where you're weak. And he helps you overcome those weaknesses, and he doesn't say something to strength. We're going to leave it alone. He said, no, we're going to work on that. That could be your calling card. Anyways, with that approach, he evaluates players and to me, I honestly don't think I could be any more different of a player to him than I'm just as different from miles and mason plumlee as I am from jaleel Okafor, Zion Williamson. He really gives a particular attention in detail to each player and getting to know him. So I'd say in terms of how he treats us, he treats me again just as different as any other player and I say that in a good way. That's amazing. Yeah, no, it really is. And so here we are now in rangers goal, any problems as you go through the program and stuff, once you get in and did you have to recycle or I always ask that question because yeah, no, I actually didn't have to recycle. I ended up linking up with the squad full that was half enlisted rangers from three 7 5. It was funny, now I'm in ranger regiment. We go, hey, I know you. But happened listed range regiments, half eye Bullock junior officers. And their stereotypes out there that hey, we're not going to mix well. We're going to be like oil and water. We got along great. We held each other really accountable in our whole squad. We went all straight through together. We didn't recycle at all. It was really, it was awesome that we got to be close enough to each other that when someone had a look, hey, it's Marshall Marshall's look. It wasn't Marshall's look, this is our look. We all want to get him his go. We're all getting through. Then we're going to feel like you may have played a.
"regiment " Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"I like to do this sometimes. But I want to talk about think about he's talking about a journey, right? For push ups. Think about the dudes that we get. They're like, I just can't pass the push ups, aren't? I'm like, what? He's like doing literally like, next level, like SpaceX shit. A phone a friend and people who are PTs of how can I do this and work on it and taking trips to places like how you push up. And we got privates in the army, they were like, I don't know why I can't get better. Listen to this podcast and listen to Marshall probably talk. That's why. You can do that. You can do it. You got to put time effort and motivation in it. Thank you for that. I appreciate it. Again, I ended up surrounding we talked about trying ourselves a good people. I ended up surround myself with even more even cooler people through this process, started out, I hit up my trainer with the Milwaukee Bucks. Hey, what do you think I should do? Well, there's this strength coach. Who's really on to some good stuff. He might help with your length and your leverage and anyways. I ended up driving to South Carolina to meet with caldes. I'm sure you may have heard the Brandon Jim's store on X 80 ever get the chance. Now I actually haven't. Yeah, minor plug for them. They do something called sore next summer strong, where it's a convention where they bring together people. Honestly, like you guys, that just tightens up their industry good people and they share all these ideas, but a little bit of an athletic focus. So I got to meet with even more people there. And then I ended up meeting with a major Donald Bingham who was a big part of fort benning and he was one of the major minds behind the new AC FT. And so I was getting it from a guy that might be innovative and a scientist. I was getting it from a guy, kind of the horse's mouth, the guy who designs these army tests and just to get this, this just be real what we're talking about here. Push ups. Push ups. Yeah. They're out there in the army. And.
"regiment " Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"Mere mirror. Please help me out, damn it. You were talking about the push ups and everything. So why was the push up so difficult for you? Was it because of your height or something of that nature or was it just not working on that muscle group? Yeah, I think a little bit of both. And then at a certain point you do poor enough at him, it becomes a mental thing a little bit as well. But you've got the longer levers. You've got the physics checks out that it's going to be harder for me to do them. Yeah. He's like a C 5. He can do the work. It just takes a while. I say that. I knew a guy from Guam and I think I've shared this on the podcast, but this guy, when I served with him, he was a beast, man. He had, I wanted his thighs because every time he walked, they just rolled with his muscle and everything, right? He looked like a bodybuilder, but on the PT test, he couldn't do the two mile run because by the time he did the push ups, it wasn't the push ups. It was a setup that got him. He used his thigh muscle because he was so short. He used all of his thighs to do his setup. So when he ran his muscle and his thighs were cramping on him. His stomach in thighs and everything. So he would almost have to try to help him cross the finish line. And now you're talking about a tall immediately I thought of my buddy from Guam and the challenges he had. Yeah. And for me, it turned into this whole journey. One, I'm coming from an athletic background. We're really, I got to reach the levels I did because I was really either a gifted or I was just talented. I was doing stuff I was good at. Now I'm in this new arena. Hey, you're a 7 foot guy that gets measured by how well you can do body weight exercises. I was the most self defeating athlete ever. I'm built great for a basketball court, but this isn't super humbling, so I was humbled. And then it started this whole journey for me. I ended up free weekends. I was going to strengthen conditioning conferences. I was driving around the country. I was meeting with coaches. I was having them put together a very specific plans for me because you got to believe me. I made it to the NBA. I know what it takes to reform athletically, how you got to treat your body, how you got to eat. And sometimes when you hear someone's not doing well on a part of a PT test, you chalk it up to discipline. And I promise you, it wasn't when I was trying it. In any ways, it was this huge journey came out of something so small, something that people normally overlook or don't give to just push ups..
"regiment " Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"You. I don't know. I think so. There's one in Georgia. Interesting. Court benning. Oh, yeah. Yeah. But with the AG Bullock, it was getting time to go. At this point, I was playing for the Los Angeles Clippers. And I was just on their pre season organization. I had made the final roster yet. We were playing preseason games in Hawaii. And now, general Robert Brown at this point, he's the pecom commander, and he's out in Hawaii. Oh my God, he just like, you know, it's crazy how this worked out. Keep going. Sorry. He's coming to watch our games. He helped organize something for the clippers. We got to go and visit Pearl Harbor. And again, I'd cite that as an example of, hey, I feel like my military connection adding value to the team and the team appreciated that. But he comes in and he wants to play for the clippers and I don't do great. I'm not playing great. I end up getting cut from the roster and I'm really giving this basketball thing my all. I have a surgery coming up on a knee that's not doing super hot. And he didn't force me. He didn't pressure me in any way, but he was a positive influence on me throughout. And I'm getting to see the kind of work he's doing in Hawaii. And the legacy he's having. And I promise he wasn't taking digs at how I was playing poorly or anything. But the timing was kind of perfect. Hey, I wasn't doing super hot. Basketball thing was kind of trailing off and I got to look at the impacts he was making and the legacy he was leaving. I thought, man, that's pretty awesome. And it just looked more awesome to me. Through that lens than anything I had seen before. So yes, I started to feel that it's more to want to go to active duty. Really push through some of the knee stuff. I push through going down to the G league, the minor league of the NBA. And I managed to get called up one more time. I got called up to the Milwaukee Bucks to help them a little bit. A lot of fun really enjoyed the experience at the end of it though. Hey, Marshall, you need knee surgery. You can't go on anymore. Also, we need you to go to Bullock. And between those two and kind of taking a look in the mirror and I feel like I've done what I've wanted to do in the basketball world. I'm really proud. I probably won't end up being an all star anytime soon. But I don't want to regret giving this army thing a real shot. That's what convinced me to one I called coach K, and I call general Brown. We had a conversation and I made the decision to switch to active duty and switch branches. I switched from AG to infantry. So you still talk to coach Kay. As a mentor called him back up and just said, hey, that's really interesting. I mean, for that longer way that one, you would look at him as being a powerful influence in that way in your life and we're talking a number of years later. But two how much obviously I don't know from his perspective. That's a sign of a true leader. Yes. It shocks me. With all the former players coach K has, not only former players, but some that have gone on to do amazing things. In the basketball world, that he makes time for the Marshall plumlee. I don't know how you have time in the day. I'm sure he's probably talking to Kyrie Irving or Zion Williamson hill still. He'll take.
"regiment " Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"Wasn't slacking off. I really appreciate you saying that. And I think you hit the nail on the head in terms of how it played out for me. And teammates, not so much teammates thought it was awesome. We support each other, but it's more it's a tough sell to the front office, some of the administration who has to build the team and run the organization. They do want to make sure people are focused. It's a PR thing too for them, right? Or was it? Yes, and yes and no, I didn't deal with that too much. I felt like they supported me holistically, whether I was in the National Guard or not. But to Jason's point, I think, on paper, you see, okay, we're getting ready to take on this player who isn't a super great player already. I wasn't. I wasn't a great player. And he's also doing this thing on the side with the military. Are we taking on some liability? Someone who's not focused. And on paper, it might seem a little awkward, but then when they actually got to work with me and then when you get it put in those reps daily and they see if I'm getting to the gym before everybody else or if I'm staying later, hey, clearly this isn't impacting him. It's something that makes him better. And it's a part of my personality that was kind of tough to hide. I think they saw how it enhanced me. It wasn't a distraction or held me back. And that's why I'd encourage a lot of people to take a look at the national garden reserve, even if you have a civilian path you're passionate about. Because it can enhance what you're doing and some guys will say, oh, I don't have the time. And we'd like to use myself as an example. Hey, I was able to play in the NBA and do the National Guard. I think you guys might have more time than you think. And it would manifest itself in different ways. I think Carmelo Anthony always called me Captain America, was his nickname for me. But yeah, a little fun stuff like that. Yeah, so around this time from what you're talking here. So I'll try not to scrub the timeline here. I signed with the New York Knicks in the summer of 2016. I ended up commissioning with the into the New York army National Guard and I think it was spring or early summer of 2017. Okay, so not necessarily still a little bit of the wind down or whatever this kind of occurring, but your unit ever deploy or were you ever concerned? Or are they concerned about that? No. No. I would say between delaying my commissioning a year. Already, I didn't get a ton of time up front with New York National Guard. And then when I did commission, it was just, it was a learning experience. And they tried to plug me in where I could be the most effective and a lot of times I was visiting high schools talking to kids about the opportunities in New York National Guard. I would go to different boroughs within New York City, and it was just, it was a great learning experience. Partly due to my branch, partly due to basketball, sometimes due to off season surgery I was having. I wasn't doing a ton with my hands and my body. But I was learning a lot, and I tried to put my best foot forward and every time I got to represent the New York National Guard. Were you ever getting the itch to go active duty though? Yeah, absolutely. I'm really glad the way the conversation has gone this far. All the context is already said I can explain it better now. I like how our conversation is kind of played out. So I can tell you that now I had commissioned and I delayed my commission a year, but there's something you can't delay for too long. And you've got to go to your Bullock. You've got to be stamped as, hey, Marshall, you are an AG officer. And it was getting time for me to the army had been really working with me, but hey, Marshall, we really need you to go to your Bullock now. Part of the reason I'd picked AG initially was one. It's super rewarding to empower people and help them realize their dreams help them reach their goals. But to be Frank, the AG Bullock fit in an NBA off season. It was one of the shortest bullets. It's in Indianapolis, too, isn't it, or Indiana? I trust.
AP source: Pfizer seeking OK for 4th COVID dose for seniors
"Fizer is reportedly seeking approval for a fourth cove it does for seniors the AP has learned that drug maker Pfizer is expected to ask for authorization this week for an additional covered nineteen booster shot for seniors that's according to a person familiar with the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity that would add a fourth does to the regiment which currently consist of a primary series of two shots followed months later by a booster dose this is all in an effort to provide maximum protection to the over sixty five population that has been hit hardest by the pandemic the food and drug administration and the CDC must approve the request hi Shelley Adler
Larry's Father Was Awarded a Congressional Gold Medal Posthumously
"Ceremony, posthumously for my dad. And she worked tirelessly to set it up. And at camp Pendleton, my dad was awarded a congressional gold medal, posthumously by colonel Jason bohm. Congressman war bocker spoke, and then congressman and then colonel Jason baum spoke, and here is what happened. Ladies and gentlemen, the commanding officer of 5th grade regiment, colonel Jason ball. Congressman robot. General colonies, general Monday, members of the elder family, members of the Malcolm point, marine association, the first marine division association, Dana point support group, fellow commanders, sergeant major marines and sailors. We are honored that you joined us today to recognize the service of one of our own staff sergeant Randolph elder. His appropriate that we hold the ceremony here on the hollow ground in which the fight 5th marines memorializes the service
"regiment " Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Him to do what he did in the Old Testament. He's still the same God. We're still the same people. We're still men of flesh. We're still flawed, we're still imperfect. But I believe there are gideons. There are still gideons in baracks and others in this life right now in 2021 who are being called to who are being called to stand in faith and believe God against impossible circumstances to do great exploits for his kingdom. And I believe those people exist today. And I can't say with certainty who they do all of them are. I think I'm seeing a lot of them here at this event. You know, a lot of crazy people here that they're willing to put everything on the line to save a country. And I think that's what God's looking for. That's what I think. Bill does this resolution come about. Peacefully? I don't know. I tend to think not. I think there's going to be a component of it at some point that involves. Kinetic action, you know, I don't know for certain. And I don't even know how we get to that. How we get to that because the armies that armies that we are that are arrayed against us in this country and around the world really are vast and upgrade number, you know, we, as the American people, we can't we're not talking about muskets. And bayonets, bayonets, and lead balls. You know? But, you know, it's still, I mean, it's not impossible. We don't have to be armed in the same level. I would tend to think a lot of it is going to happen just because, you know, God intervenes, and we believe him in the intervenes. I believe it can happen. I honestly believe it can happen whether we are at that point right now where it's where we have where we have the people and the people of faith that can see this thing through to happen. I don't know. But we're at a point where I think we need God's intervention against some of the things that are happening. If you look at all the yelling in the world it's not going to get it done. If you look at the history of your time on earth in this flesh. Have you seen a recent drastic fall of the country? How long have you seen the country being at stake here being a prone to this? I have declined. I have seen it. I would say I have been acutely becoming more acutely aware beginning to say with the with, you know, with the years the Knicks and administration back in that, you know where I saw, you know, he was lost in the gold standard. Yeah. Well, many things, but he was destroyed. You know, I think that, you know, what Nixon did was benign compared to the stuff that it's happening today. It doesn't even Simon same plane. Yeah, this is a playing field. But I mean, things have degraded over time. It's been going on for decades. I've seen a stealth. This is a stealth attack. It is hidden. Yeah, it's becoming more transparent, but it is a stealth attack. Yeah. And it's not just coming from. I believe it's not just coming from the people in our own government. It's something that's being orchestrated. Again, by some sort of global cabal. I don't know what that cabal is. But. I have I just have discerned that there's incredible evil being being undertaken to get star country. It's just incredibly evil. And. To a great degree, we've brought it on ourselves. Complacency complacency, abortion by killing 77 million unborn, you know, by drenching the land and innocent blood. We've invited the judgment of God on their nation. And so in some ways you can see, you can see the hand of God in the evil that's happening to us. We can't it's hard to it's hard to bitch about being a better vaccine when babies are being torn asunder and they're being slaughtered in their mother's wombs. That's the tune to the tune of 77 million. Who's really suffering? You know. There's a thing this thing called innocent blood that God says the land can not be innocent blood that is shed therein. And there has to be there will be a reckoning. I don't know, maybe this is the reckoning we're going through, but the key to that's going to be repentance is the nation. We have to turn on that crime. It's a crime against nature. And we need to we need a nation we need to repent. And I don't expect the ungodly to repair. I just expect Christians to take a stand against it. They have to stand against it and start opening their mouths and fighting it. So. Website book information website regimen U.S. if they want to sign up for our mailing list or give the context black the word black to 5 three, four, four, 5. If they can contact me at rev rev at black row regiment U.S. and those are best respond to get back to them. We need pastors, pastors need to stand up. We need to. We're going to be having conferences for passengers around the country. We're doing one in New York. I believe this summer a major black row regimen conference. We're going to be standing up and challenging faster say get off your Duff and start fighting for your country and start asserting yourself in local government. That's what we need. In fact, I'm I believe is firmly as I believe anything that passes don't do that. Everything else is becoming academic, you know? It has to happen. We need pastors to do what they did in 1776, and before. So Bill, thank you very much. Thank you. I hope.
"regiment " Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"The instruction here, discussions of truth, clay Clark's reawakening tour in San Antonio. I have with me reverend Bill cook. Bill cook, Bill or William cook? Or William? Whichever you prefer. William at make an introduction here for yourself, who are you? What do you do? I am the founder of the black row regimen of Virginia. But I'm also right now I'm leading an organization called America's black pro Brett regiment, which is an umbrella term for the formation of companies with pastors in every.
Joe Kent: From Army Special Forces to Congressional Candidate
"Joe Kent welcome to America first. Tell us your story first. We were going to discuss your epic decision to serve the nation again this time out of uniform, but tell us a little bit about your life history. What you decided to do at the age of 18 and what you've done in uniform for this nation. Absolutely so pretty much as far back as I can remember, I wanted to serve the country abroad, fighting our nation's wars. I came in just before 9 11. I was really inspired by the rangers in the 1993 Black Hawk down incident. So talking to the army recruiters and you got a ranger contract ready to high school, work my way into ranger regiment. I started my career there. And then my way into special forces. So green berets as most people know them. Actually, it was in special forces selection one 9 11 happens. So God done with the special forces qualifications course, immediately went to 5th special forces group and spent pretty much the next two decades at war. So winter combat 11 times for this country, greatest honor of my life. Retired the 20 year mark because I wanted to be able to stay in the fight operational retired on a Friday and then swore in as a paramilitary operations officer at the CIA on a Monday intended to make that my second career. I felt it was my nation's calling to serve this country overseas fighting war. But my time was cut short tragically because my late wife, Shannon Kent, who was also a special operator, a navy cryptologist and Arabic linguist who had joined the military right after 9 11. She was killed fighting ISIS in Syria in 2019. She was killed about a month after president Trump attempted to fulfill the will of the American people and get us out of our endless war. She was part of the final push to destroy the territory territorial caliphate. Once that happened, Trump attempted to get our troops out as he promised. And that's when the deep state essentially turned against him Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and a bunch of other unelected bureaucrats, committed bureaucratic slow role, went to the media, their end result was that my wife and the element that she was worth a special operator she was with ended up staying in Syria, a month later her and three other great Americans are tragically killed by suicide bomber and managed Syria. So I decided that that moment that I had to resign from putting myself in physical danger to take care of our two young children, move back here to the Pacific Northwest, had a little bit of an opportunity to meet president Trump and really tell him that his America first foreign policy was actually giving it right. I served under Clinton, I served under Bush served under Obama and we remained in this state of continuous war and without making any gains really just for the benefit of the military industrial complex until president Trump came on the scenes and gave us the authorities and then really the ability to go out and crush the enemy decisively, but not getting any
Afghanistan War: What Do Veterans Think About the Withdrawal?
"Americans served in the war. Nearly 2500 service members lost their lives. James Laporta is a former Marine infantry rifleman who first arrived in Afghanistan in 2000 and nine while on patrol. He would sometimes take videos of what was happening. This is a typical day in Afghanistan. It's about 110 degrees outside, but as soon as you walk into the fields, the fields are irrigated and So they're incredibly humid. It's almost like someone turns up the temperature, so when you start to walk to those fields, it's almost like someone's taking a breath away. Doing two tours of duty, James held many jobs, including infantry Squad leader and working in intelligence. Today. He is an investigative reporter for The Associated Press, James Thanks for joining me, Thanks for having me. So how long had you been in the Marine Corps before you got sent to Afghanistan? It was about three years. At that point. I come in in the summer of 2000 and six basically, 10 days after high school, I showed up to boot camp. Was being in the Marine Corps at that point, like what you thought it would be when you were in high school, dreaming about joining No. Hi. I was in jail ROTC in high school, which is junior reserve Officer Training Corps, which was a lot of fun. And you know when you wear uniforms and you march around, and I was sort of naive, you know, when I joined in 2000 and six, the focus was still on Iraq. Still looking for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, so Afghanistan was sort of an afterthought. When you first got deployed to Afghanistan, were you excited? Did did you want to go? I volunteered. Yeah, I was with the second Marine Regiment. And second Italian eighth Marines. The battalion that I became a part of they didn't have enough personnel to go to Afghanistan, so they came over to second Marine Regiment asking Marines. Does anybody want to jump on a deployment? And I had not been to Afghanistan. So I
COVID vaccines would be required for military under new plan
"The Pentagon plans to make the covert nineteen vaccine mandatory for troops by the middle of next month you can consider this memo today as what we would call in the military warning order spokesman John Kirby says Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin's telling unvaccinated troops to get ready the plan is to make the vaccine mandatory by September fifteenth and maybe sooner if the shots to get final FDA approval or infection rates keep rising Kirby notes troops must already get up to seventeen vaccinations it just becomes part of that of that regiment it says Austin hopes those who been unwilling so far we'll get the covert vaccine when it's mandatory officials say the military vaccination pace has been growing but the rates vary widely among the services for more than seventy four percent of the navy at least partially vaccinated to about half the army Sager mag ani Washington
Why We Get Hangxiety
"So my day job. I'm actually a lawyer solicitor. And i am work in insurance which is perhaps the most boring thing you can possibly imagine spending day reading insurance contracts prior to that i was in the military for a few years or seven in the parachute regiment and now in iraq and obviously i've written a few books so the most well known of them being explained an outcome explained to at the moment live in london of a wife and two children of ayton ten till about alcohol. I've read them both. So it's all explained isn't an all plane to what grabbed you. Why why did you become so interested in this topic that you written two books about it. I suppose my interest is only started drinking and smoking. When i was about fourteen which depending on who you speak to either seems perfectly normal all very young but i think over here in the uk of fourteen fifteen about the age. A lot of people start or started drinking and smoking certainly back in the nineties. And i quit smoking. So so what. I did in my late teens. I came across allen car so obviously allen call wrote a book he developed his not stop smoking method of Back in the nineteen eighties. And i read that to try and quit. Smoking and i was really taken by it because he introduced so it was almost to me. A whole new way of looking at smoking and addiction generally just a really pragmatic common sense approach. That just stripped it down to water is you're actually dealing with
Olympian Priscilla Frederick-Loomis Faces Uncertain Future Due to COVID-19
"This is priscilla frederick loomis. She's a track and field athlete. A high jumper and she's training for the twenty twenty one olympic games allocated timer fifty nine seconds remain. I fixed my hair and roll back my shoulders. I look at the bar right foot left foot. Right foot left foot. What pursuance describing. This is all part of a training. she's visualizing the perfect hijo. It's a weird balance because you can't think because when you think you lose everything and then you've got to be patient because you're running into the sky it all kind of goes quiet and it's just you in your brain talking saying execute execute execute get a little bit faster. Get a little bit faster. Run into this guy. Does that kind of explain it. Does that help. I feel like i just saw you jump in. I started when i was a kid. And it's taken me on this journey to adulthood. I started when i was thirteen. I'm thirty two. it's a relationship. I've had i've grown. It's grown with me. It's been my partner in crime. It's my it's my out but like whole relationships this hit a rough patch in january twenty twenty one priscilla got infected with covid nineteen. She thought she recovered but when she started training again. Our body just wasn't the same am wearing a sports brought the poet. Because i was like i just need to like let my chest expand or something and it hurt. Get her like. I'd have to like hold my chest like i was a punch out me. This was long haul cove it. Priscilla's doctors wonder if she kept up her normal olympic training regiment. There could be permanent consequences.
Interview With Influencer, Ryan OConnell
"Another thing. We talk about a lot on this. Podcast which is a big thing for season two is open relationships and i wondered what what you felt needed to be discussed about that that you weren't seeing and that was true for you as both. What's so funny like i'm not. We're not a monolith as gay people. Obviously but i mean just in the microcosm of mine friend groups. Like i think everyone. That's in the long term relationship is some variation of. It's it's extremely rare in the in my case i'm just waiting speaking to me and my friends that a relationship is like totally closed completely. The door's always some doors are wide open doors or like trista creek unit and it's just really a part of our culture and and i just said not really seen shoe much expiration of that Now the version that works for in this in this particular season is just one facet of open relationships which is like basically. There isn't berge. There is version doesn't negate all the beautiful versions of relationships that i have found. Which is that people opened things up as a last ditch effort to save the relationship and of course it ends up creating more problems and then it goes kabui so i think in the relationship that tanner is in with richard and season shoe. Tanner my love interest. you know. They have their rules and you know. It's very strict and very regimented. But really i think it's it's it's channel wanting to find a different way
Why It’s Important To Flex in and Out of Ketosis
"Acidic toast this is really an ideal state however we don't wanna be in kito sus all the time and that's what you talk about in your book hito flex so let's talk about that. Yeah exactly so when we look at the our ancestors yes they all did. They didn't stick with kita long term whenever they had the opportunity when they came across honey or tubers or fruit they would eat that they didn't look at their tribe and say we don't eat. That were key they would eat that. So there's not one culture in the history of this world that stuck with the same diet long. It's nine hundred till the last fifty years or so that we have this new problem. People are sticking with the same foods in the same diet which were not designed to do. It doesn't create any kind of adaptation in the body and we know we create a change and we force adaptation. Good cells. get stronger and bad cells. don't adapt and that changes this for measles right this hermetic curve that we start to see benefits so key flex the reason i call kita flex is because we want to actually teach the body to burn fat and had that as your primal fuel source but not the only fuels for us. We wanna have times where we actually flex avocados inflex back in. And that's the premise behind the book. So i and. I've seen four major problems with those people who stay with keita long-term and people always ask me david. What is long term. I would say anything more than about six months. Strict could be considered long-term number one. I've seen fat loss actually slowed down. So if you wanna lose weight on kita which can be done. The body will want actually preserve that precious fuel source fat. The number one priority for the body is survival. You know if you've only been giving fat as fuel source it's gonna want to preserve that fuel source so i've seen weight loss and some of the results slowdown when you to regiment with it. A number two We know that the thyroid gland produces t four hormone which is that inactive forum that needs to be converted to t three which is the active form that has actually used by the cells. T. three is so important. That every single stock has the receptor site for the t. Three hormone in helps the cells produce. Energy helps you burn fat helps you feel good now. What helps make that. Conversion has actually insulin. So when you don't when you have chronically low levels of insulin from script ketosis end or too much. Fasting that conversion could become compromised. So those are a couple reasons why we want to actually flex in and out of
So You're Going on a Trip...
"Of the community but when vicious new upstart house emerges blanca and the rest of her chosen family must come together once more to uphold the legacy of the house of evangelist. Pose air sundays at ten pm. Only on facts. It is so hard to slow down and just find time to be especially right now. When i'm so looking forward to the future and planning ahead and making all these ideas and fantasies about what. My life is going to be like now that i'm fascinated. I just have to remember to put one foot in front of the other right now and won't seems counter. Intuitive to recommend an app of all things to help you stay present. That's exactly what i'm about to do. It's called head space and it can transform your habits as long as you have ten minutes to spare head. Space is an app loaded with guided meditations designed to offer a daily dose of mindfulness. And it's truly a cut above other meditation apps because it relies on clinically validated research. To help you feel better no matter what. You're up against their two sessions in particular that i knew had benefit pretty much anyone listening. There's a three minute. Sos meditation when you're just overwhelmed by the day and need a quick release and there's a wind down session for when you can't sleep at night much definitely beats staring at the ceiling. You deserve to feel happier and head. Space is meditation made simple go to head space dot com slash the cut for a free one month trial. That's head space dot com slash the cut for a free month with access to head spaces full library of meditations for every situation. This is the best deal offered right now. Head to head space dot com slash cut. Today the cut. The cut cut cut okay. We're gonna play a game. I'm actually playing a game with you. The listener so just play along here. So you're going on a trip and you have five animals a cow. A horse alliant a lamb and a monkey really picture each one a cow a horse a lion a lamb and a monkey all right now on this trip huron. We're going to have to give one of those animals away. Which one do you get rid of. I all right. You got which one you're giving away now get rid of another animal and then the next one and then the next one and then which one do you keep that last remaining animal. Just hold it in your mind's eye for a minute that's the animal that represents what you value most in life. Each of these animals are representative of the priorities in your life and like the lion is your pride in the horses. Your job and the cow is wealth and the Lamb is your significant other and The monkey is like a child. Michelle learned about this game from her aunt back when michelle was a teenager and the wish he thought about it back then was like okay. If the premise is that. I'm going on a trip. I need to pack really light and so i was like it's going to be a real pain in asks to like carpet lying around so like that's gonna go first and then like the cow is also like this really like large stubborn animals so like i can get rid of that and looking back it makes sense that michelle would immediately give up her pride in her hopes of striking it rich. Because you kind of have to. If you're going to grow up to be touring musician my name is michelle sonner and i also play in a band called japanese breakfast but before japanese breakfast was playing venues all around the world back when michelle was a teenager playing this game with her aunt the third animals she gave up was the horse and then as a real toss up between like the lamb and the monkey and when michelle played this game with her aunt. She was like wait a second. Have you played this game with my mom. What animal did she pick. Since you know choosing your child is an option why she better have picked the monkey. Although michelle wasn't a hundred percent sure that her mom would choose. The monkey felt was my mother's priority. But she was also kind of like somewhat of an enigma to me. And i think that that was why the type of game was so enticing to me because she could be very private and somewhat withholding as michelle writes in her new memoir crying h mart. Her mother wasn't what she calls a. Mommy mom my mom was by no means like coddling anyway. She was very present and very involved in my childhood but she was not easy on me in a lot of ways of every time i got injured. My mom would be very upset. Instead of like you know rushing to my aid and taking me to the doctor and sort of like telling me it's gonna be okay. She could you know she would get very angry and start yelling at me because she was just so angry that it happened. I think and didn't know how to track that energy. Even as michelle grew up her mom was always a source of tough love. I remember when. I got fired from my job at a waitressing and mexican fusion restaurant and i was so obsessed know worked really hard and and a lot of i've seen other moms we like you know it's their loss honey like you'll find another job or whatever. My mom's i won't show anyone can carry a tray. She just had this like very like cruel reality that she would hit me with in michelle's mothers defense. Michelle was kind of a handful. I was such a rowdy tomboy. I didn't take care of my things very well and that drove my mother crazy. My mom was someone who had like a twelve step skin care regiment and tony piece of clothing for twenty years and looked like it had never been worn and she took so such great pride in like self care and her appearance and fashion designer handbags. And you know. I was like a little punk kid that wore daniel. Johnston t shirts and patched overalls and wanted to like play rock music for a living. I was very angry and perplexed by my mom's decision to settle for
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"The podcast. My guest today is stephan. Who'll stephan is a former member of the royal tank regiment with shami He deployed to afghanistan during his service on. He's now left he. He experienced a multitude of positive and negatives and his life from from childhood post military. And as i really struggled but he's come out the other end of it A good man. I m sure many people would agree with me on. He's also member of react disaster response and is deployed with them overseas on your in the uk to respond to that disasters funny enough but more recently in the uk's response to the pandemic really interesting podcasts. He's a mommy. Look deep thinker on isla la boheme also a little bit about me and you can enjoy it. This is the hr podcast. My name's ukiah guess. Today's steffen who.
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"Tom mclaughlin she with the rif regiment during the eighties ninety in germany and On since leaving the military she transitioned from male to female on. Yes now works in the communications industry in things not business. Ninja military ninja life. Mgr real pleasure talking to tara on a on all the topics covered military the transgender topic which which is Because i think more mainstream in terms of compensation and pro positive progress going forward and societal acceptance. And i really enjoyed great lady and you will enjoy this to this. Hr podcast my name is yuki. Yesterday's tyler mclaughlin enjoy coordinator.
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"But Brigadier General James Nixon does understand as a colonel General Nixon was the commander of the 75th Ranger Regiment. He joined me on the U. Q it show now, general, I'm a civilian, even though I got Navy family all around me, So I know that civilians often make mistakes when they talk about military nomine clay cheering categorization. It has always been my understanding that well, every member of the 75th Ranger Regiment, which you commanded his arranger or nearly every member. Not every ranger has served in the Ranger Regiment and my right or wrong is a prelude to discussing Senator Cotton. It is confusing, but you're absolutely correct. And so I think it's a mistake that civilians make that they do that. Can you explain the difference? Between the Ranger Regiment and other Rangers. Primary differences. It's Ranger school and the Ranger Regiment. So one and it's a schools is the best leadership school. In the army and upon graduation from that school, you're considered an Army Ranger. Least I consider myself an army ranger, the 75th Ranger Regiment and the Three battalions associated with it or a unit that is comprised of only people that a Ranger qualified so that that's the confusion, particularly as it relates to this discussion, I think is Frankly, a little bit ridiculous. Did you think the attack on Senator Cotton was in any way justified and he's often said I'm a Ranger. I served with 101st in Iraq and I served with the old guard. He's never ever said he served in the Ranger regiment to me, or anywhere else that I can see. Do you think he is being unfairly maligned? Yeah, I think I think has been taken completely out of context. I I don't know Senator Cotton. I mean, I've looked at a lot of his statements into your point. To my knowledge he's never talked, claimed to have been in the Ranger Regiment or one of the Ranger battalions. He's always clearly state is in 101st of the old guard. And he's a graduate of Ranger school. So I think, and this is not the first time it's come up has come up a number of times and frankly, one of the reasons that I agreed to come on and do the show is that I just think this argument It distracts from the things that we ought to be focused on. It was coincidental that I am reading a book by a fellow named Michael Walters, a congressman and I'm reading his book Where your diplomat and coincidentally I'm reading about one of his Heated battles in Afghanistan. I mean, very heated. People are getting killed and shot and he writes The Ranger creed that we recited. Every day in that hellish school was burned into my head. I will never leave a fallen comrade to fall into the hands of the enemy. He's a green beret did not serve with the Ranger Regiment, but it clearly has an impact on every ranger who goes through the school. That's correct, and that's what it was designed for. I think you know if you really want to understand that there's one Ranger Hall of Fame and that Ranger Hall of Fame is comprised of two different groups of people, people that served in the Ranger Regiment and the battalions and people that a Ranger qualified. So clearly, the Rangers who created the Ranger Hall of Fame believe they're both inside that umbrella. Do. Members of the regiment generally resent The Ranger qualified as describing themselves as Ranger. If you're the officer club drinking beer, you're going to have arguments over my in. It's better than your unit. If you haven't done as much as I've done that Z. Clearly, that's a discussion. It's not a political discussion and is not it and we shouldn't be using it to disparage people's character because I just think it's wrong. General, Would you talk to me a little bit about what happens in Ranger school? Tom does not elucidate it, and I've read about it in the waltz book as well. But what is it? What is it that they do? That makes people a different kind of soldier than they were when they began the school. The focus on Ranger school is leadership in combat, and what they try and do is a friend replicate combat. And in the only way you can in peace time, and that's two To provide stress, and they provide stress through lack of food, lack of sleep hard exercise peer interaction, So it is an extremely stressful event that you're evaluated from the time he began to the time. Time you finish. It is probably the closest replication you're going to have to leading in combat, And that's the crucible that you go through, and that's why it's such an important school. Leadership school for all of the Army, not just for the people going to the Ranger Regiment. Now, the distinction between special forces is often also mixed up. All special forces serve often under the Special Forces Command, but they each have their unique Eat those and creeds, but they're all special forces right again. They're all special operations forces. And then that gets a little bit confused with special forces because again, that's a school, the special forces branch. Of the Army is different than the seals different than the Special operations aviators of the Rangers. So, yes, they're all part of the umbrella Special operations forces throughout the presidential campaign. Joe Biden, acute Donald Trump of doing little to combat the pandemic that his inauguration President, Biden assured if he had a plan to turn things around, But now that he is at the helm, he is singing a different tune..
"regiment " Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Works. Brigadier General James Nixon does understand. As a Colonel General Nixon was the commander of the 75th Ranger Regiment. He joined me on the U. Q. It's show now, General, I'm a civilian, even though I got Navy family all around me, so I know that civilians often make mistakes when they talk about military nomine clay, cheering categorization. It has always been my understanding that well, every member of the 75th Ranger Regiment, which you commanded his arranger nearly I remember not. Every ranger has served in the Ranger Regiment in my right or wrong is a prelude to discussing senator Cotton. It is confusing, but you're absolutely correct. And so I think it's a mistake that civilians make that they do that. Can you explain the difference? Between the Ranger Regiment and other Rangers. Primary differences. It's Ranger school and the Ranger Regiment. So I went and it's a school is the best leadership school. In the army and upon graduation from that school, you are considered an Army Ranger. Least I consider myself an army ranger, the 75th Ranger Regiment and the Cream Italians associated with it or a unit that is comprised of only people that a Ranger qualified so that that's the confusion, particularly as it relates to this discussion, I think is Frankly, a little bit ridiculous. Did you think the attack on Senator Cotton was in any way justified and he's often said I'm a Ranger. I served with 101st in Iraq and I served with the old guard. He's never ever said he served in the Ranger regiment to me, or anywhere else that I can see. You think he is being unfairly maligned? Yeah, I think I think has been taken completely out of context. I I don't know Senator Cotton. I mean, I've looked at a lot of his statements into your point. Uh, to my knowledge he's never talked, claimed to have been in the Ranger Regiment or one of the Ranger battalions. He's always clearly state is in 101st of the old guard. And he's a graduate of Ranger school, so I think And and this is not the first time it's come up has come up a number of times and frankly, one of the reasons that I agreed to come on and do the show is I just think this argument it distracts from the things that we ought to be focused on. It was coincidental that I am reading a book by a fellow named Michael Walters, a congressman and I'm reading his book Where your diplomat and coincidentally I'm reading about one of his Heated battles in Afghanistan. I mean, very heated. People are getting killed and shot and he writes The Ranger creed that we recited. Every day in that hellish school was burned into my head. I will never leave a fallen comrade to fall into the hands of the enemy. He's a green beret did not serve with the Ranger Regiment, but it clearly has an impact on every ranger who goes through the school. That's correct, and that's what it was designed for. I think you know if you really want to understand that there's one Ranger Hall of Fame and that Ranger Hall of Fame is comprised of two different groups of people, people that served in the Ranger Regiment and the battalions and people that a Ranger qualified. So clearly, the Rangers who created the Ranger Hall of Fame believe they're both inside that umbrella. Do. Members of the regiment generally resent The Ranger qualified as describing themselves as Ranger. If you're the officer club drinking beer, you're going to have arguments over my in. It's better than your unit. If you haven't done as much as I've done that Z. Clearly, that's a discussion. It's not a political discussion, and it's not a and we shouldn't be using it to disparage people's character, because I just think it's wrong now, General, would you talk to me a little bit about what happens in Ranger school? Tom does not. Elucidated and I've read about it in the waltz book as well. But what is it? What is it that they do? That makes people a different kind of soldier than they were when they began the school. The focus on Ranger school is leadership in combat, and what they try and do is a friend replicate combat. And the only way you can in peace time and that's two to provide stress, and they provide stress through lack of food. Lack of sleep hard exercise peer interaction, So it is an extremely stressful of that that you're evaluated from the time you begin till the time. Time you finish. It is probably the closest replication you're going to have to leading in combat, And that's the crucible that you go through, and that's why it's such an important school. Leadership school for all of the Army, not just for the people going in the Ranger regiment. Now, the distinction between special forces is often also mixed up. All special forces serve often under the Special Forces Command, but they each have their unique Eat those and creeds, but they're all special forces right again. They're all special operations forces. And then that gets a little bit confused with special forces because again, that's a school, the special forces branch. Of the Army is different than the seals different than the special operations aviators of the Rangers. So, yes, they're all part of the umbrella Special operations forces throughout the presidential campaign. Joe Biden, acute Donald Trump of doing little to combat the pandemic that his inauguration President, Biden assured if he had a plan to turn things around, But now that he is at the helm, he is singing a different.
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"I mean I might have a low day here and there but it's nothing major. Yeah, you don't get I mean, maybe it's overrated too long feel like let me ask you that. Okay, what do you feel you need to do? That's more caring to yourself that you might be not doing. I could be better on a beauty stuff. So I'd feel better about myself. I think like exercising more I hurt my foot and it's been hard to run around and stay active that way. So I'm excited. It's finally healed and we went running this morning and took out okay, but taking care of like exercise. I want to get back into a regiment with that. So I say it regime regiment regiment. Okay regime. Yep. Is on my head on me. Oh, I'm not sleeping a lot. That is one thing. I need to fix my insomnia. I wake up at 3 to 3 or 4 every morning and Thursday. It's like straps. It's telling you something. Okay. So, how do you fix your dreams though? It's like the bad dreams that wake me up. All right, but what do you think that why do you think that is all she has anxiety, but I don't okay. So maybe you're saying I'm not conscious of it during the day. I need to take mindful moments to stop all my feeling and fix it. You can just see I don't know how to meditate no. No. No, I'm not. Okay. What do we do? What do you say? Okay do so if you're waking up, here's my guess but I could be wrong. Okay, like theory is that if you woke up in the middle of the night with anxiety, and I know what it is. It's usually about your kids. You haven't done enough for them or spend enough time with him or whole day went by and I forgot to check in with them about so many things at Birth. Yeah, so how would you solve that cuz you could you know all ask you what would work for you? Would you wake up in the morning and say higher wage or something my theories that if you get it outside of your control, everything is controlled controlled and so if you can go like whatever your concept is something outside yourself if its nature if it's something else. Yeah, let's see. What can I do? Is it to what would you like to what do you feel of your lacking for real? Is it the care to go? I abused myself too much. I need to change let go of my constant self abuse that I'm not doing good enough. Is it perfectionism that, the battle Yeah. So do you really feel like you are doing enough? No, I think I need to be more present with my kids this you know, what all the time I'm doing podcasting as much as I love it. I do feel guilty that I'm not the full time. Mom anymore that I always was okay until three years ago..
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"He was on the Hydra Cork wins Ink regiment. He told us that no, that regiment fail, or did he? Did He stop that regiment To the best of your knowledge. I'm going to say first up is a newly minted presidential appointee. I have No explicit knowledge, but based upon what he said in the press conference is it is my impression he was on it prophylactically but must have stopped taking it because his surgeon, the president's physician, said he wasn't taking it when he gave that press conference Saturday. Very good. Now. My second question. Let me just tell a quick story. There was a man who Democrat operative who had AIDS. He bragged about how he went around Capitol Hill licking door. In order to infect Republicans, Republican door knobs that he would hopefully transfer the AIDS virus to these Republican congressman. Now that my question is, how could this happen? How could this Inner circle thes multiple circles of protection that surround the president. How could that infiltration happened? I have a hard time believing go ahead. Super Easy, Super easy, So hey, doesn't live in a bubble. It's not hermetically sealed. You can't control the actions of his staff after they leave the White House when he goes to rally when he's traveling in the incredible rate he travels. He's literally Exposed to thousands off people on an almost daily basis. So I've seen a lot of conspiracy theories out there. It is absolutely not a surprise to me or anybody else that he caught it. And so did Kayleigh McEnany. The incredible thing is to quote somebody when I when I posted on Instagram at the bidding in the show that presidents going back to the White House. This is UN raised kind of theme here. Quest response to get a huge response..