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Fresh update on "reich" discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:41 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "reich" discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I don't turn arms that's been hurt, but if he's out there, he's maybe the best tackle in the game, Connor Williams helps, and we're getting to the quarterback. I get it. There's questions about tua viola rightfully so. But he was in basically the worst possible situation before. He's in basically the best possible situation now. I think that Miami absolutely could surprise a lot of people this season and get into the playoffs and maybe even win some games. Wow. Wow. Excited to see excited to see how this all plays out. If you're a dolphins fan, you gotta love hearing what Tyler Dunn has to say, Tyler. Hey, thanks for taking the time today. It's always good to talk to you. I can't wait to do it again. Appreciate your time. Any day any time, Ryan, but thanks so much and love checking out on the show. All right, Tyler done everybody. Go long, TD dot com. Check out what he has to say. I can't wait to dive into that a little bit later, guys. Miami Dolphins, right? That's the team in the AFC against your patriots. Are they the team that's going to leapfrog them this year? Or all three teams going to be vie for the ASC is brutal. The four teams in the west, the four teams in the north, the three teams in the east. If the people are talking about it, I mean, there's just not enough. That's 11 teams for 7 spots, right? And then also the AFC south has to send a division winner, right? So really there's not, but if see south had the one seed last year. I know. And they're not even, we're not even talking about the talking about them. Like all the cults are going to win the division because they have Matt Ryan and Jack Leonard's awesome and Jonathan Taylor and Michael Pittman and the everyone loves Frank Reich. Not even talking about the Titans, Derek Henry is back, people. I think the thing that we're not talking about most is the player, maybe in the Santa Fe who's made the greatest just turn around, especially for as far as how he's publicly perceived. And that's Zach Wilson. I mean, I think he might have reached the point where he's ready to leave the jets to some great things, Ryan. That's all I'm saying. Well, just fans certainly hope that the guy who sits in this chair normally really hopes that, right? All right. When we come back, we're going to dive into the PGA Tour and the live tours ongoing feud. I have a few interesting comments about that with Rex hoggard from golf channel dot com. He joins us next here on the rich eyes and show we'll be right back. Welcome back everybody to the rich eisen show, Ryan leaf here filling in for rich our next guest is a writer for golf channel dot com. We're speaking about the PGA Tour, the FedExCup playoffs. It's taken the PGA Tour's very best just to get to this point. Now it'll take more.

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Joy Behar Compares TPUSA Conference Protesters to Nazi Germany

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Joy Behar Compares TPUSA Conference Protesters to Nazi Germany

"Joy behar decided to chime in, play cut 51. I mean, there was this term, what do you call it? This turning point conference with all the smoke, which what are they smoking something down there? Or it's like whatever. Anyway, there were out there. Then Nazis were in the front of turn out there in front of the conference with antisemitic slurs. And the Nazi swastika was just like goebbels did in the Hitler end during the Third Reich. It was the same thing. Right out of that same playbook. Yeah, you know, turning point right out of that same playbook as the Nazis. Now, joy behar kind of is the hype person for Whoopi Goldberg. So she starts to get Whoopi really hyped up. She starts to get Whoopi really fired up. The story just gets weirder and more bizarre with the view because it doesn't stop there. Oh no, this only begins the saga of the view smearing 5000 young conservative students.

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Andrew Weissmann Wants Revenge Against Society

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Andrew Weissmann Wants Revenge Against Society

"In for years he was a federal prosecutor on the federal payroll destroying lives destroying institutions as much as he could You have to imagine That when this punk was in junior high or we call it middle school now or when he was in high school he frequently must have gotten his ass kicked because he is on a revenge against society And he posts the following post the phone DoJ next steps number one prosecute and flip Clark eastman and Meadows Clark is the former official justice eastman of course was the lawyer for Trump and Meadows was the chief of staff Prosecute and flip Clark eastman and Meadows Prosecute and flip them for what Doesn't matter see this is his technique It's very Third Reich like Weissman very Third Reich like Just throw some books at these guys use these very ambiguous laws Threaten to put him in prison for 20 or 30 years and make them say things that they would not otherwise say Number two if you can make a criminal case on them immunize them and force them to testify in the grand jury See This guy would have been fantastic I think he would have been on the wrong side of the Nuremberg trials but would have been fantastic in some fascistic or Marxist regime Because that's where his head is

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The January 6th Committee Attempts to Prove the Impossible

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:43 min | 2 months ago

The January 6th Committee Attempts to Prove the Impossible

"The January 6th committee is in a sense trying to prove what is impossible to prove. Now they claim that they've gathered enough evidence to support a Justice Department indictment against Trump. Now, they don't have the power by the way on their own to indict Trump. They're just a committee. They make a report. What do they do? Turn the report over to the Justice Department. Now admittedly, Merrick Garland would like nothing more than to do a strike against Trump. But I think even he realizes, first of all, he's going into uncharted territory. The idea of indicting a president from the other party is another remarkable thing to do. And in some ways, would I think push us not to, but perhaps towards civil strife, maybe even civil conflict. It's a very, very precarious action. I think the January 6th committee is blind to that. And so many leftists on social media. They're like, you know, here's, for example, Robert Reich today. Those who argue that Trump should not be criminally liable because no president American history has been criminally liable overlooked the fact that no president in history has staged an attempted coup to change the outcome of an election. Oh really? Ever heard of the Russia collusion hoax? Wasn't that staged by Obama and the Hillary campaign to change the outcome of the 2016 presidential election? I mean, the amnesia, I don't know if it's just genuine amnesia or just willful blindness, but this is, this is Robert Reich. Apparently with a straight face, never before, has a president or a presidential candidate ever. Yes, that actually happened in the last residential

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Joseph Pearce Reflects on the Life of Pope Benedict XVI

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:20 min | 3 months ago

Joseph Pearce Reflects on the Life of Pope Benedict XVI

"Talk to you about the life of Benedict, the 16th. By the way, how old is he today? Now, last week, he celebrated 95th birthday. So he's had a long, long arduous life. That's hard for me to believe that he could be 95, my goodness. Now, so let's talk about his life. Obviously, German, his last name, ratzinger, I assume in your book, you go through his life from the beginning. Yeah, basically that the book is a part of the fee and an overview of the legacy. So it's not a conventional biography or Benedict the 16th, but it does tell the story from the beginning from his childhood where of course he grew up as a child under the tyranny of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. So he knows what totalitarian secularism is. Because he experienced it firsthand. As did of course St. John Paul the second with his experience of communism and the Nazis are both. So these men know the dangers of the absence of God in human affairs because they experienced it firsthand as young men. And

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Elon Musk Accused of Being an Oligarch

The Trish Regan Show

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Elon Musk Accused of Being an Oligarch

"There are a lot of folks that are very angry right now, very angry that Elon Musk bought the company. You have employees voicing their concerns, they're worried about their future, of course. You've got media companies that are voicing their concerns. They too are worried about their future and how they fit into all this. Let me share with you how The Hollywood Reporter is casting the story. And I quote, Elon Musk is Twitter's new ruler. Interesting choice of words there, ruler. Expect grand plans and chaos ahead, the Tesla mogul doesn't care about making money with the platform. Instead, he gets his chance to play wizard and ban bots authenticate users and create his version of free speech utopia. Again, interesting choice of words, given that they're going with ruler, it's kind of in line with what former U.S. secretary of labor Robert Reich was saying about Elon Musk, accusing him of being an oligarch because he's been so successful. I mean, I find that quite troubling, considering the guy immigrated here to the United States of America created an industry from scratch, taking on, by the way, the auto giants, the oil giants, those industries that someone like Robert Reich, you would think would typically despise, and he became the richest man in the world by doing so. Why? Because that is a testament to what we are as a country. This is America, right? Used to be anyway. And I think Elon Musk gets the sense that increasingly if you do not preserve certain freedoms, including that First Amendment freedom, you run the risk that you won't have the same opportunities in the future.

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Ric Grenell: U.S. Weakness Led to Brexit, European Borders Changing

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 6 months ago

Ric Grenell: U.S. Weakness Led to Brexit, European Borders Changing

"But when I hear this stuff and you may disagree with me I don't know your view The American people don't care about Ukraine You know the American people didn't care about Austria The American people didn't care about Czechoslovakia The American people didn't care about Poland at one point And then all of a sudden we have the Third Reich I'm not saying this is the Third Reich I'm not even saying this is the old Soviet Union but I don't think we should be so cavalier as people with a public microphone that just blow this sort of thing off I'd be curious about what you think Yeah I actually agree And I would go one step further in that it matters for NATO and it matters for Europe I spent a long time in Berlin hearing from Brussels and Paris and Berlin about why the transatlantic relationship was really about strengthening Europe And I told Chancellor Merkel that the reason why Brexit happened the reason why Crimea happened rewriting of the European borders which is Absolute nightmare Scenario The reason why we've had the borders rewritten in Europe In the last ten years a couple of times is because of weakness from the United States That's just a plain fact

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Thomas Friedman Showed Love for Communist China in August 2008

Mark Levin

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Thomas Friedman Showed Love for Communist China in August 2008

"Now Friedman is praised communist China's power to get things done before in August 27th 2008 column writes news busters During the Summer Olympics back then hosted by Beijing just as the winner Olympics are now hosted by Beijing he praised the concentrated state power of China China did not build a magnificent 43 billion infrastructure for these games or put it on the unparalleled opening and closing ceremonies simply by the dumb luck of discovering oil No it was the culmination of 7 years of national investment planning concentrated state power National mobilization and hard work national mobilization ladies and gentlemen I'm surprised he didn't mention the Third Reich

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UK lawmaker says he'll go to police with 'blackmail' claims

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

UK lawmaker says he'll go to police with 'blackmail' claims

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Ex-Labor Secretary Reich Says Democrats Should Assault Sinema

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Ex-Labor Secretary Reich Says Democrats Should Assault Sinema

"Now, last night, former Clinton secretary of labor and Harvard professor Robert Reich tweeted out, tonight, Republican senators lined up to shake Kirsten sinema's hand. Democratic senators should have given her the backs of their hands. After withering criticism for apparently encouraging violence against women, he deleted that tweet. What do you make of that tweet by Robert Reich? It shows you that he is part of this cabal behind the curtain that is pushing forward, very vigorously this socialist agenda. And they know they have a very narrow window to push this through. They're fully aware of that.

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Daily Mail: Daunte Wright Victims Tell of His Violent Past

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 7 months ago

Daily Mail: Daunte Wright Victims Tell of His Violent Past

"Well what about Dante Wright Who is he Our friends at post millennial took a deep look but actually the daily mail did and they pointed it out Here is each of rights victims in their stories about how Dante derailed each of them Jennifer Lemay May 1420 19 Not much is said about the initial incident that Jennifer's son Caleb suffered Caleb and Dante were purportedly friends until that day at the gas station where Dante Wright discharged a firearm toward Caleb striking him with a single shot bullet in the head Causing serious disability impairment Enders injuries Caleb Livingston was left crippled and wheelchair bound over the incident He can't even talk in his limited limb movement Dante Wright shot him in the hit CV December 2019 an anonymous woman who calls herself CV as it stands for crime victim Her story is the aggravated robbery charge that Dante Wright was scheduled to face trial for before his death CV and her roommate invited someone named Emma J driver over on the night of November 30 2019 Driver brought along Dante Wright the pair were friends The four of them hung out all night but eventually driver and Reich caught win that CV was due to pay her rent So the two men hung out until the next morning when they could rob CV over $800 in rent money Dante Wright held CV at gunpoint He said the following to see the I know you have the money give me the effing money We know you have the money That is what we are here for unquote And after that right choked her and both he and driver fled after trying to rob

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Gordon Chang Discusses China War Games With US Targets in Secret Desert Site

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 9 months ago

Gordon Chang Discusses China War Games With US Targets in Secret Desert Site

"With us now is the foremost expert on China. He's terrific. He is the author of the great U.S. China tech war. And it is Gordon Chang and Gordon are you with us now? I am Charlie and thank you so much. You bet you do a wonderful job and talk about our enemy, China, and you have been on the cutting edge of this for quite some time. So let's talk about this breaking news here. China war games with the United States targets in secret desert site. What is going on with the Chinese Communist Party militarily right now? It seems like they're ramping up and I'm not really sure what we're doing domestically militarily. That's a separate issue. So give us the insight, give us the breaking news of what's happening from the Chinese Communist Party militarily. The breaking news is that satellite imagery has seen an aircraft carrier and a destroyer a replica in China's Xinjiang in the northwest part of the country, used for target practice. This has occurred before where China has built replica replicas of U.S. Navy ships. And so to a certain extent, this is ground log day, but the American people are starting to pay attention and that is what is the news. And the broader context, Charlie, is that China's involved in the perhaps the world's fastest military buildup certainly the fastest since the Third Reich, and we know from history that when militant regimes build up their militaries like this, they always use them in acts of aggression. That's definitely true. Do you anticipate China making a move towards Taiwan in the coming months, it sure seems that that's what some of the rumblings and intelligence is showing. It could be coming months. It could be after the Olympics, which start in February of next year, or it could be India could be Japan could be any other country that borders China because we know that China believes that it should be much larger than it is today. And in fact, Chinese leader Xi Jinping has been hinting that he should be ruling the world. Chinese officials since 2018 have been saying that the moon and Mars should be considered sovereign Chinese territory. This is the most ambitious human history.

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"reich" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"reich" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Steve Reich's music for pieces avoid on this edition of new sounds. The solution that position and it's different. It's different, but a little bit in that condition. Okay? 77777 Representative. Seven. Oh, Once again a collaboration.

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"reich" Discussed on Millennial Money

Millennial Money

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"reich" Discussed on Millennial Money

"About one place. I just wanna start. Is you say that something is missing in financial planning conversations that we're not talking about core values when it comes to our money and while investment performance is really important. It's just not always it people's top of mind even though we think it might be it. It really isn't so. I just want to start out with. Why are we not talking. More about core values. Why is this not part of the conversation. Well i think that the industry is so inundated with financial advice and a lot of money. Managers are so impressed with their performance in the returns and they love talking about the statistics. And they don't see that it just glazes over their clients faces and probably about four or five years ago. I was at a seminar. And i was a little sceptical. I went to the seminar. It was a women's leadership financial seminar and they henderson room and they had us spend about forty five minutes to determine our core values..

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Will Carson Wintz Be Ready for Week 1?

Get Up!

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Will Carson Wintz Be Ready for Week 1?

"Good news from indianapolis where quarterback carson wentz and guard quentin nelson will return to practice this week on a limited basis to nelson nelson both coming off foot surgery in early august holtz head coach. Frank reich had this to say about his quarterback last week in the perfect world. We have a really good idea after that third preseason game and carson would get to work two weeks going into the first game. That's the perfect world. The nets perfect world is the only gets the work of game week. I don't know if that's going to happen would be week to week. Three is still some mystery here regarding the timeline on carson wentz. What do we make of the recovery. Time line here. It seems to be going pretty well. Kimberly what are you hearing. In terms of carson wentz in the colts yeah it was somewhat surprising just because the initial time was five to twelve weeks and you know when i asked people around the league. Oh carson may be back in practice. Look at this. they're like. Oh is that an indictment on the other guys. I don't think that's the case. But i think india's a very delegates only because we've seen frank reich Gold took in my opinion go above and beyond in solidify this carson's team then and we. I love nick foles. But this is carson's team gotta hear this nicole stock and it just seemed a little extra and when you think about how carson has been described by people in league as far he needs to feel security needs to feel wanted. He needs to know that this is his team. The colts clearly are doing that. So this tie him being back at practice so soon you want you wanna make sure that he's not rushing himself back before he needs to be because this is a team that could go really far

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This 20-Year War Will Become a 30-Year, 40-Year War

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 1 year ago

This 20-Year War Will Become a 30-Year, 40-Year War

"Out. We're now for those We want to keep calling this a 20 year war. I guess they're going to tell you it's over, right? Now It's just the question of how we handle the surrender. Which has been a disaster. And we should talk about that, but that's all they want to talk about. Because they don't want to talk about the consequences. Now what's happening? The consequences Now is that This so called 20 Year war. It's not going to be a 30 year war of 40 Year war. Because our enemy The Taliban and Al Qaeda. It's not like wiping out the Third Reich or Tojo's Japan and so on. Our enemy. These terrorists they're called terrorists for a reason and not a standing army. With uniforms. They're not going anywhere. And they're not going to change their spots, and they're not going to change their stripes. Everything you're hearing now. There lies it's exactly what Khomeini said. When he took over Iran. The women will be treated well. Will be free speech rights and due process and equal justice. And, of course, he's a liar. Much like Stalin was a liar who said essentially the same

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"reich" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"reich" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Power to get everything you want in. That's the thing. I don't understand about going back to the democrats you have the power. You have the presidency back. You've rescued it from these. People incompetent. Malevolent people who were in charge. And you have a majority in congress. Why aren't you using it the way that we really need to be using it. Well first of all. I wanna say in fairness to the democrats with there in the capital right now. I'm impressed by the one point. Nine stimulus bill got through. I'm impressed that it looks like an almost trillion dollar infrastructure. Bill is going through. I would if i had to bet i would say that. Three point five. Trillion dollar have soft stimulus bill. That's likely to go through. I think the democrats actually accomplishing more than the obama. Democrats or the clinton democrats in the first two years Where the democrats have both houses of congress for both of those administrations. But i you know as a progressive i want more. I mean as a progressive. I want to see. The minimum wage raised as aggressive. I want people who are in poverty who are being kicked out of their homes or their rental units. They should not be. I don't want to be subjected to that. I don't want people at the border being put back into prisons or jails or cages a progressive as a liberal. I want much more than the democrats seem to be able to deliver. And i also want the for the people act. I one voting reform. I don't want right. These republican states to be able to take away the votes particularly votes. Who black and latino people. And i'm angry. Yeah and say man. I should probably couch my earlier comments by saying listen. I understand that. The by the administration and democrats in congress have actually gotten a substantial amount done and they've they've certainly turned this whole pandemic in a different direction. But that being said it's not wrong to ask for more considering the power that they have especially with garcia voting rights. As you bring up you see them in -sconsin this language of hope and optimism which is all well and good but you know voting turnout as they claim is not going to solve the problem of voter suppression. It's not going to end it and we. We can't just sit here thinking that like okay. We're going to stop the bleeding of the trump administration and think that they were doing okay or that we've done enough. Yeah well. I think there's a real danger. We're not back to jim. Crow were not back to pre nineteen sixty five of voting rights act. But we're pretty close and were pretty close because there is something that we haven't yet talked about but it is the elephant in the room and that is trump and the trump administration. What donald trump did the racism he exploited and provoked and the fact. He's still with us. He still justifying all of these republican state. Legislators trying to constrict the vote the fact that trump can still do that is frightening. It frightens me and the fact that we've got a few democrats like joe. Manchin and kristen cinema democratic senators who are so concerned about being considered centrist. That they won't commit themselves to the for the people are to preempting all of these Negative turns on the in state legislatures on voting rights That's be is incomprehensible. There is no centrism anymore. If feel fascism on one side. You can't be a centrist centrism. Meant something when you have legitimate republican party small government and actually had some principals behind it but centrism when you're talking about compromising with trump works.

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"reich" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"reich" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Say. Just how much trouble. We're in when he and i spoke. It was the day before the democratic congressional primary in my hometown district ohio's a level reich had endorsed nina turner the former ohio state senator and fellow bernie sanders support. Turner lost her bid the next day just as lost at massachusetts nomination. But if bob reich is an example you don't necessarily need to win your election to advance the political conversation in this country robert reich him to the show while shamila delighted. How are you. i'm good. I'm good In washington dc today at our offices right now the. Us congress is busy debating amending dismissive spending bill right now but earlier this month we saw their failure to extend the federal eviction moratorium right. They saw coming. They just didn't act. Now biden. And the cdc did finally extend that moratorium although they can only do so in a way that helps about ninety percent of the families across the country. Who need it in your opinion bob. How could congress let this happen. But that's a very good an awful question at the same time i mean i. I don't know what happened to the democrats. i mean. the biden administration clearly knew this was coming. They knew when the moratorium was ending democrats in congress. Nancy pelosi and chuck schumer. They knew when this was coming. They obviously are communicating very closely with the biden ministration in terms of what needs to happen. So why did this happen. I don't know my guess. I'm gonna give you my cynical reading. I we usually. What actually is it has been. The case is he got landlords across the country. They have considerable political power in various states and cities. They don't want any more of this moratorium and they have been putting pressure on the administration and on their representatives on democrats and they say no. We were willing to go up until now but now that we've got the stimulus we've got the three hundred dollars a kid coming into people's pockets There's no reason for this and so let's just stop this because we can't afford it and it's becoming worse and worse because the cumulative effect of this in terms of back rents that are owed our image becoming huge and we were. We're fearful whatever gonna get this back. That's what i think has happened amidst all of this worry about folks who are having trouble just really keeping a roof over their heads. We have a couple of rich guys. Going way over our heads in trying to go to space. Richard branson jeff bezos. What could they be doing with the money that they're using so essentially go to the edge of space djamil. I think the real issue here is one of a wealth tax or a much much higher marginal income tax on the highest incomes. I mean if we had a sane tax system then we would not have this mortgage or tenants crisis of because we could pay the background. We could in this pandemic period at the very least there would be a stretch acts on billionaires to fund poor people who can't afford their rent. I mean any sane system that would be happening right now and the fact that we don't have a surcharge on the visas and the mosques and they the other billionaires. I mean the six hundred sixty billionaires in the united states during the course of the pandemic they increased their billions by one point eight trillion dollars. I mean you can't you can't even get your arms around that kind of figure but let me assure you one point. Eight trillion dollars is way more than is necessary to keep everybody who is reading in their house and home at least through the end of the year instead. Of course we got the spectacle of seeing these guys launch themselves to the very border of space would. Do you feel like there's anything good that came out of that. Look i you can always make a story that oh well. Isn't this grace because we are moving closer to space travel for ordinary people. Well i think that's bullshit. Frankly i mean ordinary people are not going to go into space in my lifetime. Maybe your lifetime. And why would we want to go into space well. Why don't we use all that energy that intelligence that money to make the earth habitable in it's kind of a a symbol of something that runs very deep in capitalism. If you wanna put it that way. And that is the very wealthiest secede from everybody else. I mean today. Djamil to be rich in america is not to have to come anywhere close to anybody was not rich. I mean you have your own private claims your own private areas of the country in terms. We aren't security guards. Your own limousines your drivers your everything is privatized and you only see other rich people carry. That's launched extreme the logical extreme. Symbolically metaphorically is you have a space colony of only reach people right but in respect while they're still here on earth how a rich people dangerous well. They're not so much danger at they're just a they're not paying their fair share of the dues. You wanna call dues for being a part of as society and a portable world. And i think they're also kind of thumbing their nose at society. They're saying we can live in our own world we can go into outer-space we can do anything we want. And we have the ultimate freedom and by the way you guys don't and the lower your income the less freedom have freedom is just for the rich and that's something. I think you addressed very well in one of your earlier chapters in the system. How the rich get to enjoy socialism. Ironically and the rest of us have to deal with the harsh consequences in bad things about capitalism. I think this is a very fundamental important point about american capitalism that distinguishes american capitalism from almost every form of capitalism including social democratic systems in the nordic countries here we have the harshest and most brutal form of capitalism. That is we have almost no safety nets. Our safety nets that we did have a dating from the nineteen thirty days. And nineteen sixty is unraveling if you are poor if you've had bad luck if you've had that illness i mean you're in terrible trouble if you can be fired at will you have no freedom. You're really constrained in ways. Almost nobody else in the world in advanced countries is constrained. We have no sick leave. We have no mandatory paid paternity or maternity leave. we have no childcare. I mean we have nothing for most people accept social security medicare which both date from the thirties in the nineteen sixties. But if you are rich if you have rich parents if you've had the best luck if you've if you've gone to good schools and and you have the right connections. You are in a different socialist world in the sense that you're too rich to fail. The government will bail you out. If you're a banker and you have completely screwed up you know as the bankers were bailed out in two thousand eight. You get a tax breaks. The fed the federal reserve board will give you extra benefits will take the debt off your hands if you've been so foolish as to aggregate a lot of debt during the years leading up to the pandemic again and again you as a rich person. You're not only a quote unquote entitled to have the world at your fingertips but the government is making life terrific for you and the reason for that djamil is because you've got political power. You've got enough political power to get the bank bailouts to get the fed to bail out your corporations. You've got enough political.

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A Closer Look at the Algarve Coast

Travel with Rick Steves

02:18 min | 1 year ago

A Closer Look at the Algarve Coast

"Let's start out today on the beaches of southern portugal. The all guard prejean offers one hundred miles of warm sun and a collection of charming resort towns. From land's end to the spanish border are guides are christina. Dorte and robert reich. They specialize in showcasing the highlights of portugal. And the all garb to american visitors christina robert boondi. Thank you together. So when we think of the algarve christina what does it mean to the to a portuguese holidays. Israeli go to holidays with our families knows and normally because the kids are in school until the end of june so everybody goes at the same time so july and august can be pretty crowded but if we have a chance and going out of july august it is a marvelous place to go wonderful beaches. Wonderful food very good offer of of places where to stay hotels and also houses that we can rent houses or apartments and june absolutely beautiful until the first week of july. It's quiet so that is interesting that there's a huge bell shaped curve of demand and in the summer summertime vacation. It's everybody's down there. Yes now robert When you think of the popularity among locals and you were local are the locals looking for a big resort or are they looking for the cute little little cove for the little town. That locals are looking for Just basically good nice relaxing beaches wherever they may be right because What christina was saying is it's kind of like when you go off season little bit off season You have to think that you can't go. You can't go to the beaches that are up north because the weather still not quite a good because there are good beach resorts north of lists. That if you're a little bit shoulder season he wanted to go south. Because you're guaranteed good weather down there by morocco. Now when you go to the south I'm sure that every region of portugal has some different cuisine. What do think about to enjoy the food scene when you're on the elgar food scene is fantastic. Because you're right there on the water. You'd every kind of fresh seafood you can imagine and i guess the the best expression of that in portugal is the is the dish that everybody goes there. Force the cut the planner. The planner is like just a big big mix of all this great seafood. Some potatoes juicy broth. it's just really like the essence of the

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Fauci's Agency and University of Pittsburgh Have Been Conducting Disturbing Fetal Research

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Fauci's Agency and University of Pittsburgh Have Been Conducting Disturbing Fetal Research

"We We learn about The Third Reich, Hitler's Nazi Germany. We learned about Dr Joseph Mingolla. We learned about the concentration camps. And all my life. All my life. I've heard the words never again. Never again. But Unfortunately, Human nature. Being what it is. Never again It's just words. Never again is just words. Because we do have it again. We do have it again. I first heard about the, uh, vouches government agency. Doing the horrific experiments with taking the scalps of the, uh, the babies in and grafting them onto the backs of rats because Tucker Carlson over on Fox Interview. David delayed The pro life. Researcher who found out about it, and I'm like, Oh, That's that's just horrifying. And here it was mentioned in the Washington Free Beacon article yesterday. Never, you know. Why don't we make never again means something? Why don't we make never again means something?

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Indianapolis Colts OL Quenton Nelson out 5-12 Weeks With Foot Injury

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Indianapolis Colts OL Quenton Nelson out 5-12 Weeks With Foot Injury

"Quinton nelson has the same exact injury as carson wentz and having these same exact surgery as carson wentz has the same exact timetable to return as carson wentz. Two of the indianapolis colts biggest stars. Best players out with the same damn thing and their foot carson. Wentz to surgery went very well. Frank reich alluded to the fact that he'll be back closer to five weeks twelve weeks. I guess we'll have to sit and find out about gwen

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"reich" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"reich" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"I've been around fights. Obviously i've seen flights but it felt like some teams are much more likely to fight than other teams. Is your team team that fights or no. I don't wanna team. I don't wanna fighting. You know like you're saying there's that whole school mentality that is not a true training camp and at least one brawl. Yes that's counted the air. That i you know i grew up in you know. You're kinda has generation behind what or maybe a fall generation beyond. But you know that that's kind of that's one mentality we had a little sperm show day. But what what. I've talked about with our players. Is i expect our leadership to our leadership to to really lead the way they're When things get heated let. Let's have that intensity we want the same intensity that's going on before the end of the play but when the play is over i expect yard leaders to be able to keep control of their position groups of things. Don't ask hey. I want to let you know that if jacobson some happens you now i'm not saying there. Well maybe just gets a little mental block or something. Third quarter approve season game. Or whatever just know that. I've been working on it and i still. Wha y looked at the art rights so yeah. I mean look at who you know what i'm saying if you're a guy you're done and you've always been one that put that on the ticker your guy your guy and you've always been one from head coach frank right as of you by the way sir. It's been an honor to watch you coach. Good luck with this team building it with the absences and still covert lingering. Around by the way. Happy to see your okay. Hey happy with everything. Lingering and everything happening good luck. Can't wait to watch The team that you put on the field on sundays. Mondays wednesdays thursdays saturdays. I can't wait to see the team. thanks for us. Meetings for us. Today got walked through. You get getting after it in the gym. What do you got the rest of the day. I think. I just got some meetings coming up time. I'll walk through this evening so a lot of work to do yet. All right good luck out there head coach. Franklin thank you joe. He's a man so the dealing cards thing so you know. I was the emergency quarterback like a lot of people think that was a joke but frank reich was the assistant quarterback coach. He my first couple of years had to come out with me. Go through the place. Basically get the quarterback center exchange center quarterback shane's thing right the ducks cycle thing in the handing off of the whole thing like he was the one that had to develop me. And then clyde christianson. Right i write this. What we're gonna do dice right right than go through the whole thing. So then i take the fundamentals that i learned from frank into try to apply it to like ten plays or whatever with quite christianson and i think those two were just. I don't want to say like practicing there. Think i think frank reich was practicing his coach. he's a. I'm not going to get the opportunity to coach. What is the equivalent of a seventh eighth grader. Never again because i'm gonna be so he was really like it was i think he was really invested. I feel like we put in very good. Fifteen twenty minutes after walk-throughs and everything like that. He finally broke through whenever he told me it was like dealing cards. You know he found out. I was a gambling person. He's like you know you like you know how like you you you probably do. But you know somebody. That's exactly the motion that you should be doing. My fucking okay. I can deal cards fucking deck. Like he's a good guy he was always a good guy. That's what i was excited when we got the head coaching gig. In if you recall at the press conference. I asked him about the josh mcdaniels. Strictly because of my relationship that i had with him that i could ask that but his answer was just like as perfect as you could ever imagine in. I mean there was a chance. I guess that could go a bad way or whatever They wanna use her clips. Yeah you can't by the way. I'm in the middle of my show. You know that you see that happening as you probably got an email us. The cliff's we're very lucky and thankful that frank stop by but whenever he answered and said like the backup role was always good for me. He had the biggest comeback. I think in college football history then. He got the biggest comeback in nfl history. Whenever he was with the bills. He's always just been that guy in the backup quarterbacks. We all see dan lobski now. And you'll you hear like most quarterbacks go on tv. They know all the offenses that's their job is to be another quarterback coach basically but they also have the confidence to have those conversations with the star order. It's a very. It's not an easy roll. You're like almost a diplomat as well as a potential teammate and coach and a set of eyes and exercise. It's a tough position normally those who get into the coaching ranks. Pretty well and i think that's why people are calling for lobski couple years ago or whatever. Dan said no i got to get on tv and say bad things about it sure. Yeah which teach their own. But it's it's interesting. Because i think if you're a colts fan like his temperament and everything like that he's the perfect guy for a situation like this because i feel like if you do have a coach who's like a little more emotional and everything and you have these three big injuries..

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Colts Coach Frank Reich Tests Positive for COVID-19 Despite Being Vaccinated

Hammer and Nigel

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Colts Coach Frank Reich Tests Positive for COVID-19 Despite Being Vaccinated

Colts coach tests positive for COVID-19

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Colts coach tests positive for COVID-19

"Colts. Frank Reich will miss the start of training camp. After testing positive for the coronavirus. Rank is fully vaccinated. The team says he spent a symptomatic it's still unlikely Rank will return to the practice field until early next week. I'm Ed

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"reich" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"reich" Discussed on Meditative Story

"But it does for me. I love the delicate touch satellite but nan and the same time is that mammy from un life that comes to mind now however quiet however charged invited to drop into it. Let go into it..

"reich" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"reich" Discussed on Meditative Story

"In twenty minutes will be on the ground and tomorrow morning. I'll be doing what. I never thought i'd be coming home to do. Watch my older son. Run away The landing the plane the force of deceleration the body making us lean forward landing of plane the mind skipping away to what we need to do to get to are headed..

"reich" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"reich" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It spread. Coach Frank Reich says the team is rallying around him. A CDC advisory committee will meet today to discuss who they believe should get a covert 19 vaccine. First. The advisory Committee for Immunization Practices says it wants Americans to be informed before the FDA makes a decision about emergency authorization of a vaccine. New on Daybreak mask, miscommunication, doctors air finding that more people are reporting they have trouble hearing people wearing the face coverings. New states. Anjali Kakheti spoke to one of those doctors, he says more people are noticing hearing loss. Anjali. Good morning. Good morning. That's right. If you have heard yourself, say, excuse me or what a lot more during the pandemic. You're not alone. Some doctors in Indianapolis, I spoke to say they've seen a 20% increase in the number of people seeking help for hearing loss Now of those 20% Dr Rick Nelson, who specializes in hearing loss that you held says almost all of them have been diagnosed with hearing loss. Now, hearing loss is something that happens over time most often correlated to age. 25% of those over 65 years old suffer from hearing loss 50% for those over 70 years old, But Dr Nelson also says it can happen at any age loud noise being one risk factor, he says. Without the pandemic and having to wear a mask. It's possible some people may have adapted, prolong testing or may not have even noticed. I think the mass do a couple things. One is the muffled speech that people are producing. So it not only decrease the volume but also decreases some of the speech frequencies that we want to hear. And then to one of the crux is it is really the visual input that we get from looking at someone's face and looking at their lips while they're talking. So how can a person tell if it's the mass causing hearing problems or if it's really hearing loss? Dr. Nelson advises to sit in a quiet room and have a conversation with someone wearing a mask. If you still can't hear that person, he says, it's time to get a hearing test, which is quick, painless and.

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"reich" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

SportsEpreneur Podcast

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"reich" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

"Join me in our office for this chat. He's the kind of person you want to be around. And that's just not me talking. Ask any of the members of C twelve group or just watching walk into the office with a smile on his face. We are grateful for Tony Spending his time with us and with that. Let's welcome Tony Scenario. But going back and we're talking about Maryland obvious. Draw the connection Buffalo in Maryland of Frank Reich and Houston oilers. Come to town for a playoff game and Jim Kelly. He can't play emotional talk of course later on the end of losing the Super Bowl Again but that's another story for another day. Franks a quarterback worse than on one side with my brother my dad and my cousin on the other side of the stadium. This is before cell phones and it was freezing cold and we want to leave. We would have done anything to leave if you come tapped us on the shores. We're OUTTA here. Oregon couldn't leave couldn't get in touch with them because it's eighty thousand seat stadium latium there in so we're gonNA the whole plan was gonna meet at the car after the game so we couldn't leave. We stayed Frank Reich leads the greatest comeback in the history of the NFL. It was is like nothing I've ever seen to that point. Nothing that I've seen. Since then I've seen comebacks. But the stage the atmosphere the whole thing Frank Reich was not the starting quarterback he. He was hit one games with the bills in the past. Kim Kelly always like. I don't think Jim Kelly is what he is without Frank Reich bean by his side. You don't get that in today's NFL. You know if a backup quarterbacks good enough and winsome games he's GonNa Tom Brady Jimmy Garoppolo. He's GonNa go start for the forty niners I. Something's going to happen. That didn't happen. He got dry. He was later on with the panthers. So we're GONNA get to that Frank Reich. Mike was obviously at Maryland and remember. The story comes out. It's like well. He led the greatest college comeback. This stuff doesn't happen by accident their stories and we can dig into it a little bit deeper but like he never freaked out. He went in the locker room. He's like he's like him. And MARV Levy another one. They didn't the just some belief that they had that they're going to be okay and that doesn't mean they're gonNA win right. Some people get that twisted like. Oh they had this belief and low. They ended up still lives in the second half. But you do that enough times. You have enough belief a couple of things bounce. What's your way? They got a couple of lucky breaks down baby catches of all runs today's NFL. They would've seen who he stepped out of bounds by like an inch that wouldn't have counted. But that's the breaks right. That's how bills have been screwed. One some of many times or Frank Reich Maryland then he comes to Charlotte now. He's a head coach. You've had interactions with him. I saw him speak. At the touchdown club probably ten years ago and such a humble guy. WHO's the offense user quarterbacks coach for Peyton Manning and he made jokes about like? How is the easiest job in the world? If you're the quarterback you bet coach for Peyton manning it's like I don't have to do anything but it would take someone like Frank Reich to be that humble about it anyway. I just think it's there's all all these different connection points Maryland. Buffalo Frank Reich talked me a little bit about. Yeah I think well for. He was not the starting quarterback Maryland. Either and I I think I was in Las Vegas at the time at a convention and they were playing in Tennessee and I thought Oh my gosh I got a what's is going on with the game so I turn it on. And they're down. You know multiple touchdowns hopeless everything right. Yeah and so I thought so. You know I'm GonNa. I've got something to go to go do that. And then I'll check on them again so I turn it back on all of a sudden Maryland scoring I gotta find it. You know I got I gotta I go find someplace to watch this game. Yeah and there was no place to watch him and they didn't even show that game anywhere you know so I'm I'm huddled around some broadcast of it somewhere. Just listening to this this thing and all of a sudden okay. It's another touchdown. With another touchdown touchdown in Tennessee's getting stopped and stopped and stopped optus was just that momentum which that great feeling and then so later Frank Reich came to Charlotte. I was part of this little men's ends group. That would meet one morning every couple of weeks and it was combination like pray together. A Bible study kind of thing and just kind of catch up on life together and Frank Reich came a couple of times and he never mentioned any of that. I knew well and I told him about it. Any went yeah I forget what he said. Something like the. I've I've lived this many times with many fans. And so so but what he did say. I don't think he would mind me saying it wasn't really confidential. He talked about teaching his kids how to win But also how to lose and he was he had young family at the time and he used monopoly to kind of teach them how to lose gracefully as well as to win and I thought that was pretty powerful and so it was a it was a great takeaway from that guy and it just kinda showed you the kind of guy he is and you probably probably would love to see him at Buffalo. I would love to see him in Maryland opportunities those places they talked and it's interesting because he didn't have maybe the background 'cause he's in Philadelphia he got got those after probably Maryland. It was no Philadelphia while he was. He's at Philadelphia Philadelphia. Or right right around in there somehow and then of course right. Yeah they the superbowl great year. Win The super bowl. He's interviewing with Buffalo in the bills this year doing well and they got a good programming and might not have worked out because it might have been to like you said before too much reliving. The Past Indianapolis doesn't have that history with Buffalo. They are in the same division for a while with the bills. But it's separate ned their own identity. Sometimes I wonder you've seen it with Joe Gibbs going back to the redskins you saw with marv Levy coming back to the General Mandy see it in a lot of different places like well if we bring the pass back to the future back to the present maybe we can have some of that again. It's lying stilled. What got you here won't get you there Kinda on a thing right? I mean it really. Is I almost think it's like a blessing. In a way that he got to go to his own place and form his own identity and they had a game. I think it was last year for sure here and they win for it. Yeah and the Ford and a place in overtime right right that they don't get it. There's a chance that they're going to Houston. Twos like a game they could. They could just kicked kicked the extra point. Kick the extra point or punt or just. Let's take the tie any just in these leading his team he knew and people were blaming him. And they're going after him and that that was the beginning of their streak and it was like he knew it doesn't matter what all these outside forces in all ESPN and all these fans or whatever. He's making a decision decision based on. What he knows is going to help him in his team doesn't make you think that a guy like Frank Reich when he went into those Maryland? Huddles those buffalo huddles else and when he when he said at you know in Indianapolis were going for. It doesn't just say to people were winners. We can win. Yeah no we're not settling there's a status. You know when you look at results you can see if you look at results over time. There's a there's like a just a little bar graph of little ups and downs of results over time. If you settle for the status quo you get what you have. You might be a little better sometime sometime little worse some time. It's get what you have and I think what he said is no. There's there's something better out there to go for than just what we have. And now everybody. Nobody thought was writing him off. Because luck retires right and here they are here. They are again to Kobe. Percent Right I mean here. Do you stop counting those types. The people out and they might not win. And that's the thing so there's GonNa be people waiting to lose eventually. He's going to lose again in other barriers there long enough. He's GonNa have bad years. It's just inevitable like you're saying but it's not going to be a for lack of going for because he's like you said teaching kids. He knows how to lose. He can handle that. Can handle the losing the with it. He's GONNA put. He knows how to win. Yeah that's all he's yeah. Yeah Yeah if you if you live your life for the crowd. You're probably GonNa have an unfulfilled miserable life. You really can't live for the crowd. That someone you see and you see fulfillment you see it. When he talks? You see in Smiley's he he's not freaking out he's never too high it's never too. I mean. Obviously we're not there with them rats sitting in the conference with him in talking about the next week's game but I'm I'm sure there's there's something there there is that fulfillment there is that smile it. It was essential to chat with Tony Scenario here his thoughts. I'm Brian Cry. We hope you enjoy these insights if you WANNA connect with us hit us up on instagram at sports e pure. Thank you for listening to the sports leaper leaper new podcast. The podcast for sports entrepreneurship collide. Now go get it..

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"reich" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"reich" Discussed on WDRC

"This is Steve Reich you're dealing with not gusts right hold on boys simmer down to steer like all my with this town is the same as it was when my dad was is and you and your boys get mountain get moved but Sam and I would be a save your old man's rotten in the Caleb so your playing footsie with the law I won't understand if I try to explain there's no place in this town for Gus or you are any of your own young now drawing a bandage total gym just as easy to use the gun from your hands then why didn't I'm saving that pleasure for young when he gets out of jail and learned get turned into a long let him can you all along so much can not hardly all right over to the side of the heart never not ever see an order and I'm not find joy is not as bad as all that first vehicle were fine so far down the walk is her first and doing well on the pan is a herd of Longhorns fundraising they make as long as Boston anyway they're white face is not so wise now pourtant thing is that they are in good shape conditions that will be very pleased he's he's gone bunch of dried is kind of a long way just.

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"reich" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"reich" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"You know they want to talk about you know the early days of the third Reich well this is this is all part and parcel of the recipe is you begin to demean in and make less human not only the target but also those associated because as Castro said look if you're supporting trump you're supporting you know every evil thing so now this is going to justify whatever action they choose to take yeah I mean this is the is the is the senior intimidation tactics please are you know you yeah you're telling the last out there and obviously fueled by the media yard basically telling people out there like listen these trump in these trump supporters you know their evil I mean you you know you know you and it's sort of like well what it what do you do if so if you're saying someone is an evil threat to the country someone is like a **** who's going to you know do all sorts of horrible things and possibly perpetrate current genocide any new things that they're implying well you know you're you're not really you're getting what are you suggesting that people do with them that doesn't suggest you know you need to go peacefully protest Jeff these people are in imminent threat to your life and you can defend yourself by any means I'm sorry that's what is implied without a doubt yeah any justifies whatever action they take I mean you know when we are in the heat of war the enemy is less than you know we referred to you know the Vietnamese is being kooks and and and now here they are they're here in this country you know contributing citizens in a business man people that we have grown to love and admire for all that they have gone through but it wasn't that long ago that we didn't mean them and here we are you know participating in this in this very same action and yeah you know we're we're just we're we're walking hypocrites yeah I know when I think about how podcasting angle here is very important too because always for the last couple weeks here is from the last is well compensated and Republicans concerns they're all causing these mass shooting they all have blood on their hands they are all responsible directly for this because of the words that they say and then they both the same time to render clear using is you have kids can usually it could easily inspire someone to violence and they they don't care they don't care about the words that they use that they'd like to accuse other people of causing violence with with rhetoric but when their own rhetoric is is horrifying why things are with their rhetoric isn't I mean if you can say this I mean in in always love these arguments they sound so so sophomoric well what they're saying is worse than what we're saying I mean you know bad is bad there's no doubt about it but it clearly extreme and when you start referring to the present United States is an officer are you kidding me your enhanced yeah now and I mean it's just the fact that yeah I mean people like Joe Scarborough and Anthony to which can just go on MSNBC day after day and say this no one challenges them nobody no no no you can't you can't challenge challenged in their in their own designed you know bunker in echo chamber there if anybody I mean the email our good friend Steve Cortez who is kind of like the the token pinata there is CNN in he's a former you know trump operative worked in the campaign of twenty sixteen he's taken bullets for conservatives all the time and you know they they cut no quarter when it comes to Steve and you know god bless him for put himself in the position MSNBC you can't even begin to look like a conservative even what you know when you when you got people there who at one time were on fox news and gave you some sense of balance I mean it's like well I can you believe it's the same person anymore yeah now I mean it's it's so it's so disturbing now that they can sort of constantly Fabian and nobody like all.

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"reich" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"reich" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Last night eight to three the home runs in the eighth inning by Erin judge a two run go ahead shot and then D. V. Gregorius the grand slam also of note here see cease about the a six innings Reich outs and David Hale the win in relief by the way yeah do you think I don't want this to become like the topic of the show because I think it's thirty to talk about enough I'm just very curious he thinks he's he's about these all famous I think he's a borderline all fat borderline all I think he gets in do I think it's in no doubt about it now the reason I ask that is I said during our open today let's see sees about his more on all those very complementary yes and there's a friend of mine who is deeply offended by offended that I called them borderline that he's hall of Famer that's embarrassing I said more line and first of all I hate arguments like that has now become as if I'm and I see him on it I see so you guys had a great career hall of fame is pretty good right and so I've been debating him via text message I'm getting a headache they didn't I'm not even saying he's always very well we'll get in he's borderline you probably will get in so you agree with me I do I've always thought that he's great I don't know if he's a more is who's filming right now is he a give away I'd come back here he sees yes is the borderline a little over the border there's a Yankee fan Fauria already signatures thing one CC I probably know so that's a line no definition of borderline I don't know above a little bling there right on the line I don't finish the argue finishes under the new standards yes no did you think you.

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"reich" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"reich" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Here is the reaction of the media double the reaction of Nancy Pelosi predictable well motivate and further in power this kind of a mindset motivate and further empower this kind of a mind and so I want to read this piece to this segments too long buy ion Hirsi Ali some million Muslims same place as a mark comes from and I also remind you about the media about how tolerant the media is twenty anti Semites on the left how tolerate the media was not just the New York Times The Washington Post but all the media to the third Reich and Adolf Hitler is they jump all over trump who's obviously reacting angrily he what he hears and sees this constant relentless attack on American principles this constant relentless attack I'm Judy is now of course the anti defamation league which is in the back pocket of the left considering the head of the anti defamation league was an Obama special assistant is coming to the defense of these individuals and trashing the present the United States I mean.

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"reich" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"reich" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Take dave. How are you? Dave. Can you hear me? Go ahead. Dave. I coined it SU you guys are football fans. Right. Sure. Absolutely. Remember the bills game in twenty five years ago? Well game, I'm certainly not going to lie to you. I do not. Talk Frank Reich. Warren moon. Yeah. Yeah. That one. So I I I was watching I'm not a huge hockey fan. But I I watched that game last night, and I had that sink big bills fan. I had that same exact feeling that. Yeah. Thirty to thirty two hundred zero thirty five three in the third quarter. And and lost and lost the game in it was the same exact thing. Yeah. You just have that horrible taste in your mouth. You never want the refs Dave to control the outcome of a game. Certainly not in a game seven, you know. It's one thing it's a regular season game or maybe game one game too. But game seven with ten minutes to go with the team is up three zero. And I got buffoons that are calling in that are saying, well, you never know what would have happened. If you know, give me a you. The best defensive player and you make them play without one guy for five minutes after after playing through a a period overtime the game before exhaustion just has to kick in at some point. And it did I it's an unfortunate situation. Dave really is. You could just feel it common. I mean, I don't know why. But the first goal got got scored so quick. I think in my heart. I said that no, you're right. You're going to tie this game up here. Now. And they took the lead. And it was great on the nights that actually have to. Yeah. We just talked about that day. No. You're right. Dave. Well, said Dave good call. I appreciate the phone call. Thank you. Thank you so much. We're gonna take a quick break. I will get to more of your calls on the other side of the break. But before we do that Chris Matthews from channel eight he was at the game last night. He's covered the Golden Knights all year. So we'll take some more of your calls. But Chris Matthews is going to be coming up first. And then we'll get to your calls. Peter, Brian, Dave, Matt you guys are all on hold. We'll get to your calls when we come back. But I also wanna get to Chris Matthews. So we'll get to Chris Matthews from channel eight is well Gary law this'll be joining us. We're gonna continue this conversation on the other side of the break. You're listening to the Vegas. Take on the one at one point five FM seven twenty AM K, Don dot com..

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"reich" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"reich" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But how will all work we'll coming up on money talking the new cost drive into Manhattan what it means and who will pay that story coming up just a few minutes. But first, here's John Schaefer with days gig alert. Steve Reich is one of the most influential composers the past half-century Gerhard Richter is one of the most important European artists of our time. His fans include the rock band, sonic, youth and the writer Don delillo now. Right and Richter have been put together in New York's newest performance art venue. The shed an engineering marvel and multi use space, the shed opens tomorrow, and among its first offerings his rice Richter. A new Steve Reich piece played live to a film by Gerhard Richter. That's runner by Steve Reich that work led to his new rice Richter piece, which premieres tomorrow at the shed details at new sounds dot org. Fair.

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"reich" Discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"reich" Discussed on Science Salon

"The lack of interest in science. I think our government should do much more to support basic science. We've given up on things like nuclear power that are completely green. We've done so much that to me is kind of crazy and those were own goals. We didn't have to do it. So can we do better by the Americans who are not doing extraordinarily? Well, absolutely. I'm convinced. We can. Yes. Us to tick today were between having a high school graduation versus a college. Graduation of what it does for your income sense like the nineteen seventies. And it's just it's just huge, basically if you graduated from high school and never went on your wages are flat since the nineteen seventies. Those that have a college education, it's gone way way up. So in part, just those basics. But then I heard another related comment that in whatever year Robert Reich became Clinton's economic advisor, MAC ninety four maybe ninety three and. And so some some advisors came to him and said, you know, we have all these community colleges. Computers are really the future and the internet was just starting and we gotta get workers trained in computers community colleges, essentially free at the time. And and the unions leaned on him to not support that through the Clinton administration because self train computer savvy workers are not likely to be supportive of of unions in the future. So that that was rather interesting. I didn't know about that. I would just say countries versus Finland South Korea Singapore, they've improved their education systems a greater amount. So it can be done. I'm not saying we should copy them in every way where very different country. But we haven't improved our system much at all. So it's really incumbent on us to make ourselves. Wealthier happier. More creative more peaceful society, just knowledge science education. So even as a libertarian, you agree that the government has some role in getting its citizens educator. Up to a certain level to be economically viable in the world. Yes. But I would say even if you're a pure libertarian. You know, we have the system we have right now, it's not going to disappear overnight..

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"reich" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"reich" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"And and, you know, take to get you know, increased maturity, I think one of the things you said on the podcast, which I thought was really brilliant was the maturity gap between wins and foles right now is pretty big. But that's even say Carson Wentz is a pretty mature guy for a quarterback his agent of his experience. It's one of his one of the things that made him so attractive coming out of college. It's one of the reasons the eagles traded up to get him. Because he he does have his feet on the ground. You know? But I do think that last year messed things up for him. And he came into this year wanting to do too much. I think he he wanted to get back so badly that he tried to force the issue on the field and off the field. And I think that change in the offense of coaching staff. Maybe. Changed the way some in the locker room perceived him, whereas, you know, not being there. I can't say for sure but Frank Reich and Doug Peterson. We're quarterbacks in their career. They've had they've had long careers in the NFL. So they're familiar and probably somewhat comfortable with a young quarterback. Having a strong opinion about what plays they should run. And what they should do this stuff. That bothered me. If it is true is if Carson Wentz had come in and said, I don't wanna play. I'm not running any of that Nick foles stuff because you got to do what's best for the team. And if the Nick foles stuff works, and if it stuff that Doug Peterson wants to run Carson Wentz should be mature enough to run it. Whether that's true or not. I don't know. If that's if that's the case, I would hope that that is something that changes with Carson, if if that kind of an attitude festers and maintains itself, then yeah, you could be you could see the situation devolve and grow from three to a six or seven, but we are a long way from that. Because we know that Carson Wentz a young. Christian kid who I think wants to do. Right. I think that he is very well respected in the locker room. He's got immense talent. And I hope that this year is a part of the learning process that a young quarterback goes through. So yeah, I'm not stressing big about this. I think it does just call to everyone's attention. The fact that he is not perfect. And maybe everybody has to be okay. With the fact that Carson Wentz is not perfect. And that maybe he is like other big time quarterbacks that we have seen in this league that had success. I wanna read you this tweet from eagles blog who Derek Sarli of the former WWW dot eagles, blog dot com. A great eagles while that used to in the world. And this is what he tweeted the other day..

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