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Fresh update on "republic" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:19 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "republic" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"More or less the egg counter to China and to Russia that I enjoying corporations with most countries in Africa. How lucrative do you think blinken speech was? Do you think he was offering an alternative for these countries? Yes, you could see it. Because one way you see he announced the bridge that is to raise 200 billion toward the 600 BN infrastructure investment fund that was recent announced that the group of 7 dropped countries. At least in a way, direct challenge to China and in that case to Russia, which is a working with some countries like San Francisco and republic, marry to the middle of an insurgent. So in this case, I think the conflict version mechanisms and then this investment bridge, I think, has something in store and something more tangible for most of these countries. Can you paint us a picture of how much Russia and China have been gaining influence in the region over the last decade or so and what they have been offering to the East African nations.

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Victor Davis Hanson and Eric Speculate on the Direction of America

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | 14 hrs ago

Victor Davis Hanson and Eric Speculate on the Direction of America

"Speculating on the direction of the country. And we have an early talked about the midterms and Trump. It seems to me that the blessing of the unfolding nightmare of this administration is that many people who are kind of on the fence are waking up and understanding, wow, I never dreamt that anyone could make Jimmy Carter look Reagan esque. I simply never dreamt that we could have this kind of series of unfolding disasters and disasters is almost a nice way of putting it. What happened in Afghanistan everywhere we look, we see kind of nightmares of historical proportions. And I think that's good for the republic because my thesis is always that we've been so spoiled as a nation that we've kind of acted as though I don't need to do much. We'll be fine. The pendulum swings back and forth. We don't we never took it seriously that we could swing so far away that we swing into cultural Marxism and the death of America, which is where I think we are now. So what are you thinking for the midterms and for Trump if you have any thoughts on that? Well, I think there's some historic changes that the Democratic Party is not aware of. They have been for the last ten years a party of the very, very wealthy, the dot com corporate and the very subsidized poor. And the Republican Party turned into a nationalist workers populist party and it drove out, of course, had never Trump elitists, but nevertheless, part of that is we're starting to see a reemphasis on class rather than race and that's a disastrous for the Democratic Party because race in their way of thinking LeBron James and Oprah or victims. But my point is that we're going to see, I think, 50% of the Hispanic vote and these are people that I live in a predominantly Mexican American community, whether it's outrage about gas prices, inflation, crime, all of the border, and I think that I've never seen anything like it. So I think there's going to be a big pickup in seats. I think they'll take the Senate, but more importantly, they have the, they're going to be identified with a lot of middle class people and race will be secondary.

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Fresh "Republic" from Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:50 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh "Republic" from Monocle 24: The Briefing

"That's plus the latest business headlines right here on the briefing with me, Marcos hippie. We begin today's show in the Democratic Republic of Congo where later today, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will arrive, as part of his three country tour of the African continent, last night he delivered his first speech off the tour in South Africa, calling for governments, communities, and peoples across Africa to embrace Washington's vision of democracy, the tour has been portrayed as an attempt to conquer recent efforts by Russia and China to gain influence on the continent. So what is America's new diplomatic effort and how will blinken's message develop as he meets with officials in the Congo and Rwanda later this week, joining me to discuss this is Nicholas barrio correspondent of The Wall Street Journal in Uganda and the Great Lakes region. Welcome to the program. Nicholas, could you first tell us what you made of blinken speech in South Africa yesterday? Yes, as you mentioned, you could see really a broad delay of Russian relations with the continent. We had

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Taiwan 101: Sebastian Talks to David Goldman of the Asia Times

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 3 d ago

Taiwan 101: Sebastian Talks to David Goldman of the Asia Times

"Known as the Spangler columnist for Asia times also PJ media Claremont institute on and on and on and most recently the author of you will be assimilated China's plan to sign a form the world David Goldman. Welcome back to America first. It's a privilege pleasure to talk to you thanks for the invitation. So I want to do a kind of one on one O one here. If you don't mind, because not everybody, we have 3 million plus lists. There's not everybody is assigned knowledge and understands exactly the significance of what happened recently in Asia. So if I may, please endow me, what is Taiwan, how was it formed, and why does it matter? Let's start with the basics with regards to Pelosi's recent trip. When the communists won the Chinese Civil War in 1947. The nationalist forces under Shanghai shek, our Friends, to camped en masse to the little island of then called formosa or Taiwan. And established an alternative Chinese state, the republic of China. All the international agreements agreed that this island was part of China the same way say Puerto Rico is part of the United States. However, they had opposing governments in the stood each other off. Now, in 1972, when Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger went to China and began the process of restoring diplomatic relations, they agreed that Taiwan and China were part of the same country and then it was up to the Chinese to the two sides to work out what their common future was without American interference. That was the Shanghai communique of 1972. And I spoke to one of the original members of the Nixon delegation who helped draft that communique. In 1972, and I was told that Pelosi's visit to China was a really terrible idea because it violated the spirit of the agreement. Why

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The Inflation Increasement Act

Dennis Prager Podcasts

03:42 min | 3 d ago

The Inflation Increasement Act

"Secular fanaticism is the curse of 20th and 21st centuries. These people are fanatics. The mansion deal he calls it the bench and deal. Features massive new subsidies for solar and wind over the next few years, massive is correct. Plus tens of billions of dollars in other handouts designed to dramatically increase the percentage of these unreliable sources of energy on our grid. Number two, it aggressively restrict fossil fuels. It includes among other things new taxes on oil and gas. And worse of all, granting the Biden EPA essentially unlimited power, I don't understand that. Didn't think Supreme Court just ruled. Oh, but Congress can make a law. Well, they can make a lot of Supreme Court. It'll be going to court. Well, by the time it goes to court, everything will be shut down that matters. Essentially unlimited power to restrict fossil fuel projects. It gives billions of dollars to the left wing causes it includes billions for undefined environmental justice. Prager rule number 36. Whenever justice gets an adjective, it's not justice. Social justice is nothing to do with justice, environmental justice has nothing to do with justice. Racial justice has nothing to do with justice. Just know that. And you will begin to understand the double talk. You are willing and language of the left. There's justice, and there's injustice. Just like when you add a word to democracy, like people's democracy, it's a bad sign. North Korea, a gigantic concentration camp. Is the people's democratic republic of Korea. People's democratic. Okay. The White House commission report is an extreme environmental justice is an extreme left wing wish list. That says we must quote sunset investments by 2030. That is just 8 years from now. In fossil fuels plastics and are you ready? This proves that they're fanatics and lawyers. The environmentalist world. And nuclear power. It actually says we must sunset investment in nuclear power. They don't give a damn about carbon emissions, but give a damn about destroying the society we live in. Environmentalism is to the environment what communism was through workers. The great Green New Deal gives government limitless corruption inducing power. The deal itself has tens of billions that bureaucrats can allocate arbitrarily. Tens of billions. Manchin's requested permitting policies would give new illegitimate powers that are guaranteed to be exercised corruptly.

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What Is NATO?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | 3 d ago

What Is NATO?

"What is NATO? NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. NATO was formed post World War II, and it was formed with the idea of trying to hedge against the Soviet Union. Now there are some good reasons for that in the Soviet Union was an evil empire in more ways than one. Albeit, I don't think we're quite honest with some of our relationship with the Soviet Union. We did partner with the Soviet Union to defeat the Nazis. After that there was this mad dash of who will control Europe and NATO was formed. NATO has 30 member countries. These countries, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, turkey, which I never quite understood. United Kingdom and the United States. These are 30 independent member countries. And there is what is called article 6. The article 5 article 6 of NATO, which is the mutual defense clause of NATO, which is an attack on one, is an attack on all.

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Matt Vespa: The Republican Base Changed, Cheney Opted Not To

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 4 d ago

Matt Vespa: The Republican Base Changed, Cheney Opted Not To

"Matt Vespa writes. The Republican base changed, Cheney opted not to, so August is where she'll end her career. Matt Vespa writes, does this at town hall? Does this family not comprehend that their time is over? And no Donald Trump isn't the greatest threat our republic ever faced is historical illiteracy and other affliction impacting the Cheney clan? If Liz ventured back to her state once in a while, she'd know that her voters can't stand her. Liz Liz Cheney isn't going to stop Trump from another run at 1600 Pennsylvania avenue because her little kangaroo court select committee can't find anything that warns a criminal indictment. Second, she's going to lose her primary. Wyoming conservatives had enough of her anti Trump shenanigans. We have a strong candidate in Harriet hagman. Liz's days are numbered, and this cringe worthy ad from Dick Cheney might have cost her votes.

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Twitter Unleashes Criticism on Dick Cheney Following Ad Spot

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 4 d ago

Twitter Unleashes Criticism on Dick Cheney Following Ad Spot

"And as media writes, the blue check mark crowd in Twitter, people from all political backgrounds, unleashed a torrent of criticism against him. His infamous 2006 hunting accident where he shot a guy in the face was prominent in the minds of many, one blue checkmark said, fun fact, Dick Cheney is also a liar. He's a murderer who killed hundreds of thousands of people for oil and defense contracts F him F his wretched daughter and F Trump they can all rot in hell. Dan Caldwell tweeted Dick Cheney as VP was the chief advocate of the disastrous war in Iraq that killed up to a million people. He should have no standing to accuse anyone of being a threat to our republic. Dick Cheney looks ready to shoot Trump in the face with a mother load of birdshot. The thing I thought about when I saw the video was the hit TV series Yellowstone. It's like Yellowstone season 5. Starring Dick Cheney.

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Liz Cheney's Only Goal Is to Ignore Millions of American Voters

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 4 d ago

Liz Cheney's Only Goal Is to Ignore Millions of American Voters

"Because he confirms what we knew. Her goal. Her driving raging goal has been, in his words, to prevent Donald Trump from ever coming near the Oval Office again. Do you understand what that means in a constitutional republic? Where the people get to decide? They are spitting all over the millions and millions of voters who get to make that decision. The January 6th committee doesn't get to make that decision. Liz Cheney doesn't get to make that decision, Dick Cheney doesn't get to make that decision. We do. We do. And I don't know that I've ever seen. A more tragic downfall of a prominent political dynasty like this one.

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Dick Cheney: Donald Trump Is the ‘Greatest Threat to Our Republic’

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 4 d ago

Dick Cheney: Donald Trump Is the ‘Greatest Threat to Our Republic’

"It's really tragic. This is a tragedy. This isn't just political fodder. This is a tragedy. Here's the spot that was taped by Dick Cheney for his embattled daughter, congresswoman Liz Cheney. And our nation's 246 year history. There has never been an individual who is a greater threat to our republic than Donald Trump. He tried to steal the last election using lies and violence to keep himself in power after the voters had rejected him. He is a coward, a real man wouldn't lie to his supporters. He lost his election and he lost big. I know it. He knows it and deep down. I think most Republicans know it. Len and I are so proud of Liz for standing up for the truth. Doing what's right, honoring her oath to the constitution when so many in our party are too scared to do so. Liz is fearless. She never backs down from the fight. There is nothing more important she will ever do than lead the effort to make sure Donald Trump is never again near the Oval Office. And she will succeed. I am Dick Cheney. I proudly voted for my daughter. I hope you will, too. I'm Liz Cheney, and I approved this message.

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Sebastian Welcomes Breitbart's Editor-In-Chief Alex Marlow

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 4 d ago

Sebastian Welcomes Breitbart's Editor-In-Chief Alex Marlow

"Mahler, welcome back to America first. Doctor gator is a blast to be with you and I what a great story and I never ask you for silly number that was very stupid of me. And I probably should have, because in retrospect, he did let me pull the trigger and some first class travel a few times. It was probably not necessary. Well, we have so much to discuss, especially your latest series of articles about in America this summer, the summer of rage. But first, let me share with our millions of listers across the nation, a story you told me in one of those very, very early editorial mornings that we used to have what like 9 a.m. every morning with the key editors. And you told me every story, anything that gets up onto this hallowed ground of bright dot com has to have certain elements. Number one, it has to be interesting. It has to be fun to read. Number two, it has to push the mission forward of saving America of standing up for our values, the values upon which our republic was founded. And if I miss any out, please add them. And then the one I find so interesting, especially now as I'm writing a television script for a new show, is in each story because they're there. You've got to find an identify the villains and the heroes. Am I missing anything out from the breitbart style book? Yeah, no, that's it. It's if there's anything I would add to the last point that we like content that fights. We like content that puts our audience in the fight. And bonus points, if you can do that without actually having to literally write, go fight with this person or fight on behalf of that person, but yes, absolutely we see ourselves as not just part of the news landscape. We think we're the best part of the news landscape. But we're also a part of the activist landscape as well. And I think that that's a part of that is identifying what are the battles that matter for this country and for the free world, but

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China claims 'precision missile strikes' in Taiwan Strait

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 d ago

China claims 'precision missile strikes' in Taiwan Strait

"China has begun live fire military drills in the waters around Taiwan China says it has conducted precision missiles strikes in the Taiwan strait as part of military exercises by its navy air force and other departments in 6 zones surrounding the island the drills have been prompted by a visit to the island by House speaker Nancy Pelosi this week The intentions to advertise China's threat to attack the self governing island republic in response to moves to solidify its de facto independence from Chinese rule state media says the exercises are joint operations focused on blockade sea target assault strike on ground targets and airspace control I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Arizona Is a Shot Heard Around the World

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:23 sec | 5 d ago

Arizona Is a Shot Heard Around the World

"Were getting discouraged last evening, understandably. And look, our system is very unique as a republic. I believe last night in Arizona was a shot heard around the world. Thanks to the wisdom of our framers. When last night was a win for our constitution and ultimately about how we the people are truly the sovereign.

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We Think Arizona's Kari Lake Has It in the Bag

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 5 d ago

We Think Arizona's Kari Lake Has It in the Bag

"With us right now is the person who looks to be the Republican nominee for governor in Arizona and she looked like as if she was down, but we held the line here and he said, I don't know, there's a lot of people still there. Carrie like joins us right now. Carrie, first, the more important news, congratulations, happy anniversary. Is that 24 years for you and Jeff? Four years with Jeff, my husband sitting right here next to me, 24 years ago, we got married in Sedona. It was the best day of my one of the best days of my life. Well, it seems as if these couple days won't over overcome that, but might rival it. I will say the stress level was pretty high and I wasn't that stressed on my wedding day because I knew I was making the right decision, but, you know, we're living in times where our elections are on shaky ground. That's why I won because the republic is in jeopardy because of shoddy shady elections and people know it and they want to vote for leaders who will go in there and make sure that we restore honesty to our elections, which we do intend to do immediately. Yeah, and so Carrie, it looks as if, you know, the lead right now is 12,000 still a lot of ballots yet to be counted. Are you confident that with these final ballots, they're going to be counted ethically and transparently. We're getting a lot of emails to people that are still nervous. I believe that it's in the bag for you and onward to the general. What are your thoughts? All of our statisticians, all of our experts in this say, it is impossible for my opponent to come back from this. It's going to go in my lead just keeps growing. And my confidence is going to be ethical, what's going on down in Maricopa County, hell no. Since when did ethics come into play when it comes to Arizona elections? And that's why we have to reform them and restore honesty to them.

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Eric at the YAF Convention: Self-Government is a Miracle

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 6 d ago

Eric at the YAF Convention: Self-Government is a Miracle

"Government had never been tried in the history of the world, ever. And because of that, there was a serious question when you go into that place and independence hall in 1787 and that summer, will you be able to come out with this idea with this constitution that says, yes, genuinely we can govern ourselves or are you going to come out of there saying, you know what? There's a reason we've never had a genuinely free people before because it doesn't work. People are selfish and people do what they want. They need somebody over them. It's not going to work. This republic thing, it's too radical. It can't work. They literally didn't know. So when misses Powell Philadelphia says, what have you given us doctor Franklin, a monarchy or a republic, I always thought his answer was kind of this cheeky, you know, if you know a little bit about Franklin, he was kind of this wit. So as a republic madam, if you can keep it. And I realize no. Off the cuff, he said this, but he meant, first of all, the question was genuine. This wasn't like, let me just ask this. These people really didn't know what have you been doing in that building for a hundred days. Were you able to pull this off? This is what I said before. Do you understand how wild insane preposterous the idea of self government is? If you understand that, you realize what happened in constitution in the constitutional convention, independence hall in the summer of 1787 was essentially a miracle. It was at least a miracle of history. So he comes out and he says a republic madam if you can keep it. Now, that's the title of the book because what Franklin understood and what I've just shared with the golden triangle of freedom is that if you don't keep the republic, the republic doesn't keep itself.

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Jack Posobiec and Charlie Discuss Arizona Voter Turnout

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | Last week

Jack Posobiec and Charlie Discuss Arizona Voter Turnout

"Everybody, Charlie Kirk here with the great Jack posobiec. Thank you guys for tuning in today. Very important day here in Arizona, Jack welcome. Thank you so much. No, this is ground zero for the republic today. If we were going to take back the Republican, it starts in Arizona. So you're going to be sick of me telling you this, but you're going to hear it from Tyler Boyer, and then you're going to hear it from me. Turnout is low. Tyler's freaking out in our group chat. I can see it, yeah, and he's been out here since 6 a.m. and what's going on. Nobody's here. We need more people. By the way. So if you are in Arizona conservative, you got to go vote, get your friends to do the same Tyler believes that turnout is so low that this means that maga candidates up and down the ballot will lose. He said, if this continues and this is the slow drip, then we're going to get blown out. Here's the thing. The issue that the issue that you're talking about is complacency. And this is a broader question for the midterms nationwide too. Is that we keep saying red wave, you and Blake talked about this yesterday. If you keep saying red wave red wave red wave, everything's fine. Everything's fine. Well, okay, but you have to actually go out and make it happen. Yeah. So just assume that that's not going to happen. Put that aside and say, okay, what can I affect action action action for the war room audience? Go out there and make a plan. And then by the way, if you know that you're going to vote, go and do what we used to do in 2016, we called it maga three X and what is maga three X? That is, you make a plan to bring yourself and you find three people, three people that maybe they're in your family that weren't planning to vote and you make sure that either you bring them with you if people hear you. You can do 5 if you want to go 5. In the group chat of one guy that I know really well, just moved here and he's like, hey Charlie, you know, what do you think about all this? Aren't the elections corrupt? I said, if we're going to keep being friends, you got to go vote. You literally texted me a video of him voting for Blake masters and voting for Kerry Lake. I was like, Charlie's constantly spamming the group chat. Just so you guys know, it's constant.

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What Wyoming Primary Voters Are Saying About Liz Cheney

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | Last week

What Wyoming Primary Voters Are Saying About Liz Cheney

"Here we are in August and August is also the month in which we have the Wyoming Republican primary. And that means it looks like zhao do Liz Cheney. She is on her way out and everybody kind of knows it. CNN knows it. ABC News knows it based on a recent report, the federalist knows it based on a recent article. These are conversations that these media outlets are having with people in Wyoming and they're stopping random people at like, well in the case of the federalist was the midsummer cowboy festival. Liz Cheney, by the way, made a kind of cami or appearance and then rushed off to do her quote important January 6th committee work. But the woman who hung out and spent a lot of time at the festival was her opponent. This is. Harriet hagerman, who is leading Liz Cheney by, let's see, 25 points, 25 to 30 points depending on which poll you consult. And even Liz Cheney seems to kind of recognize that she's done because she said recently on CNN quote, if I have to choose between maintaining a seat in the House of Representatives or protecting the constitutional republic, look at this woman's grand illusions or delusions. And ensuring the American people know the truth about Donald Trump, I'm going to choose the constitution and truth every single day. So this is basically a politician who has, well, it's not just that she's lost her political marbles. I think what's happened is she has alienated herself so completely that her career move now is to seek opportunities in a completely different direction.

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Ari Fleischer: If Credibility Was Their Business, the Media Would Be Different

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last week

Ari Fleischer: If Credibility Was Their Business, the Media Would Be Different

"You know I know we have had you on before and we've kind of touched on this But why do they not care I mean it is still a business You do have to get clicks and some still sell traditional newspapers It's still a business It's not a charity despite the government's efforts to try to make it a government entity Don't they see that people just don't trust them I mean they have to see the polls you and I see where less than 10% of Republicans take these people seriously anymore They've got to understand that credibility is their business and it's just getting flushed down the toilet If credibility was their business the media would be very different The activism unfortunately has become their business Look when I stood at that podium and you were a Secret Service agent it was a different world Back then the media was still liberal We all knew that but they would at least tell you their job was to be objective and be fair Most mainstream media have now thrown that out the window They enjoy being activists They enjoy being retweeted retweeted by a Hollywood star They enjoy the number of followers they have They want to get a contract with MSNBC or CNN Why else would CNN allow its anchors It's reporters to go on the air and just launch opinion after opinion Because journalism is no longer about telling the people what's going on it's become activists for a cause And that cause became figuring out fixing fixing what the American people did in 2016 when they chose Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton the press said that Trump was a threat to the republic and they needed to save the republic to hell with objective journalism And they became activists and I have so many chapters and some of the examples in my book especially at The New York Times where this younger class younger generation of social warriors have taken over newsrooms older reporters really don't know what to do with this But younger reporters don't even believe in objectivity and talent two sides of a story anymore

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The First Real U.S. Election in 1800

Mark Levin

01:49 min | Last week

The First Real U.S. Election in 1800

"And so what is this challenging elections Electors and The first real election in this country was 1800 That was really the first real election And as Smithsonian magazine put it so long ago but made it such a protracted affair was that state legislatures were elected throughout the year As these assemblies more often than not chose presidential electors you see what I'm saying The assemblies chose presidential electors The state contest to determine them became part of the national campaign In 1800 the greatest surprise among these contests occurred in New York A large crucial state that had given all 12 of its electoral votes to Adams in 1796 Allowing him to eke out a three vote victory over Jefferson The battle for supremacy in the New York legislature to hinged on the outcome in New York City Thanks largely to lopsided winds and working class wards where many voters own no property the Republicans secured all 24 of New York's electoral votes for Jefferson and Aaron Burr For Abigail Adams John's wife that was enough to seal Adam's fate John Dawson a Republican congressman from Virginia declared the republic is safe the Federalist Party are enraged and despair But Adams himself refused to give up hope

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How Is Putin Feeling Right Now? Rebekah Koffler Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

How Is Putin Feeling Right Now? Rebekah Koffler Explains

"Let's do a little bit of red teaming the CIA's famous for during the Cold War writing the psychological profiles of the enemy like a khrushchev or Saddam Hussein. How is Putin thinking right now? So we've had a war since February is he confident? Is he feeling strong? The latest report from the UK is that 50,000 Russian soldiers have been killed already in Ukraine. So if you were back at DIA, if you were consulting for the administration, riding the psychological profile of where is Vladimir Putin today, what kind of words would you use? Putting his feelings strong. Yes, he has already chopped off about 20%, one 5th of Ukraine, very strategic areas. The so called the Donetsk and Lorentz people's republics. This is where the industrial heartland is of Ukraine, all of the coal mines, the deposit of very high quality coal, minerals, he is also blockading right now the grains, the exports that Ukraine, traditionally, is famous for and which allow Ukraine to feed basically their own people. While they can't get them out, and all those talks, the trilateral talks of the authoritarian trio, Erdoğan, raisi and Putin, the threesome, the bromance, threesome that's going on right now, in terms of the exporting and releasing Ukraine's grains now, I'm not very optimistic. This is all a charade each of them have the wrong agendas and those agendas do not include Ukraine and releasing the hunger. They alleviating rather the hunger. Yeah, to have Erdoğan of turkey and Putin integrand together that is not a not a safe combination.

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"republic" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"republic" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Is America a democracy or are we a republic? This is a question that I've been hearing about really for many years and sometimes I'll also speak of American democracy and inevitably I'll get through the website or peer somewhere, you know, I just, I like your podcast and all, but I just want to tell you, America is not a democracy, we're a republic. And this is sort of got me thinking not only whether that's correct, whether this is a meaningful distinction. We're going to talk about this in some depth today, but why people say that. What are they trying to get at? What are they trying to say? We are not in order to emphasize what we what we are. Now, the two terms democracy and republic have related but different meanings. Now I should say at the outset that both terms are so routinely abused. Not just in their kind of sloppy usage in the United States or in the west, but all kinds of tyrannical regimes will appropriate the title of democracy, the title of republic. So I think, for example, about I remember from the 1970s, when Pinochet was a dictator of Chile, he would be like, I'm the president of the republic of Chile. Well, Chile wasn't a republic in any meaningful sense, but Pinochet wanted to make it seem like he was a man of the people. And that's really what republic means a government that is accountable to and for operating in a sense in the interest and the welfare of the people.

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"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Well i think you actually still will end up on the network. I think this will end up being for you. What was a great case. Study in what you can do and what you can deliver and a great resume builder right a demo tape. Essentially chun an actually live in and the and the combination of those numbers and some of the contents on the shows. I think that you know the formats are also crowded but there was a room for you. that that was clearly demonstrated. But you know i think This is something you need to continue to pursue whether format make sense and maybe right now with where we are in the live. Format isn't what makes sense right. Maybe it's more of a building up a podcast presence and being able to leverage that I listen. I was one of the first listeners. To the dan bongino show when he first started podcasting and look what it got him at gotham russia's slot in the endgame right so well and the those those are such different things right doing an audio only show and doing what we've been doing here are totally different and candidly. I like the audio only format better. It's easier in terms of the The mechanics and i i think that Audio only is is more accessible for more people in terms of just getting on the go So i don't know. We'll see regardless i know this i'm gonna take tomorrow off and i'm definitely going to take at least next week off so if there's going to be a sunday show. It's not going to be this sunday. I'm leaning heavily that direction. And i think you and i've talked about this a lot julian to that the first episodes i did When i was going in depth on topics they really. I think they really were more valuable in terms of helping people understand. It's great it's great to to put the news of the day in context but you know what even better if if we can Have the people really understand the foundational conservative underpinnings of the thing. Yeah and there's not a lot of people speaking that message. So i think you know there's all kind of people that are giving their on the new news of the day. There are a lot fewer people that are actually going in depth You know in terms of explaining where concepts like property rights. Come from which is something you didn't one of your early shows acidic episode on with people typhoid typhoid. Mary who was typhoid. Mary was about that was interesting. And fun. and fun to do right. So yeah owners. Monetary live chat here. Terry i have been praying about this. I'm not basing it on numbers What what we really looked at My wife and i and and just kind of the aggregate of some other people at church that i consider counselors and so on his is just looking at the the Aggregate effort four the return on effort for my family and the reality is that i mean i schedule everything in the afternoon because i'm not available in the morning I turned down some work opportunities. Because i'm i'm you know Doing this and i can't keep foregoing opportunities to to make money for my family and so Anyway is what it is julian. Thanks for the call. Appreciate the support and you know talk to you later probably tomorrow so thanks again All right so anybody else wants to call in We've got a few more minutes left before we normally be scheduled. And of course i i stay longer if if people wanna talk so we'll see We'll see what happens next. I do think gonna end up doing a sunday show I am going to start doing my morning. Bible study so i don't know if i want to do it as a cooperative thing or not With other people. I that's a whole another thing to broadcast and and But i've thought about doing that and doing Question and answer around the christian faith and christian theology and those kinds of things as well So we'll see we'll see what happens next I think we'll just call it. Good here guys. Thank you so much for your for your time and attention things for supporting the show. Thank you for all a loving messages of support and the letters and so on and I i'm certain that i'm not done with this. I am certain that. I'm i'm done with a daily broadcasting Daily live morning show. I'm certain that i'm done with that at least for now So we'll see we'll see what happens next Thanks again and we'll go from there appreciate all of your All of your Like i say time and attention and help and prayers and talk to you guys soon. Thank you for listening to the republic keeper podcast. We were on the like share and followed channel. We ask you to please support the page by going to republic uber dot com slash support. We will see you tomorrow..

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"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"The the people who are who are saying what you say. Are the reasons that i've kept doing it so long. And so i think now and i'll say this brian candidly. You know. we're trying to fill up an hour every day and there's always enough to fill it up but very often some of what i really am filling it up with. It really is kind of filler at some level right. It's just well you know. We got an hour and there isn't. It's a slow news day. Let's put the stuff in i. I'm thinking that once a week and it doesn't have to be live either once a week. If i do a well produced show that has the most important stories in it Maybe we can have something that's valuable and we'll work a lot better. I don't know I just know this that that brian you and you know me longtime twenty years. I think we know each other almost at least and You know a faith family business. You know faith family country and everything else right and and the reality is that here. I'm gonna. I'm gonna let me stand up and grab something off the shelf here on this to show he These are this is important to me. So these are. I have a whole stack of notebooks. Like this Probably this stick and what these are. If i open them up on a show you the cover of this one says job. Thirty eight to psalm. One five this one says genesis exodus one through five and what they are is. This is me handwriting. A copy of the bible for my grandkids and while this was a project i started. We've been in this house. seven years. Brian i started this in two thousand fourteen and in because it was in our old house when i started it and so Every day i would get up and spend the first half hour hour of my day Handwriting the next part of the bible talk and complete it and haven't completed yet well since the show went with a live daily show. I stopped doing that. That doesn't fit. I don't have time for it and so realizing that. The show has crowded out. My personal bible study time and this mission that i was on that really is larger and bigger and more important than this show Was one of the reasons that i've decided not to do this now. I i am considering doing a. I wanna go back to doing my daily bible study the way i was so i'm considering doing a daily bible study show just doing my study with whoever wants to join. And because that's something i need to do anyway and i'm going to be doing anyway Back the way i used to. And so maybe i'll do that and differently but go ahead. I'll just you but all of us all of us and You know we all we all need to work together to collectively try to make life enjoyable instead of so complicated and starts it starts at home and it starts at the man upstairs and I realized i don't mean a long time to get to that point. And i understand it. I don't expect my grandkids ever read these. I don't what i'm hoping is that when i have a completed copy and gets divided amongst my grandkids at some point that they'll get the message that at least grandpa thought this was really important in. Oh and maybe they probably won't be able to read my chicken scratch and i probably have some copying errors in there that might lead them. Stray but I mean in the you know sure that it's an authoritative copy. But i want them to see that man. Grandpa spent a lot of time on this so there must be something here. That's valuable for me whether it's in this copier another so and i need to complete that project and this is the show get in the way of it. And so the upshot is i it is what it is well and to that point where you just said you need to visit finish. The junior completes the journey. We need to finish this together. And that's once a week or once a month. We all need to fix it. We all need to try to figure out how to conform. And if i need to step up and try to help i'm i'm i'm gonna do it. Because we're in a very volatile state of frame right now in and and i recognize that so candidly. That's another part of this. Right is that is. I made the decision to put myself out there. And did and i can tell you that It hasn't been good. It hasn't been good professionally. Hasn't been good personally with a lot of people so the the effort has been It's it's been difficult I have. I've lost a bunch of friends. Who were there. They won't talk to me anymore. Because i i'm an out conservative and it it's So all that all that combines together to say Thirty hours a week in front of the camera or trying to be in front of the camera doing this. It's not thirty hours in front of the camera. Five in front of camera but thirty hours to create it And upload it and all the other stuff for a couple of hundred a month coming in and it's a couple hundred a month to do No not anymore. That so business i get it and You know it's great. There's a greater purpose reverend. Yeah so anyway brian. Thanks for calling in call call me after. I'm terrible about remembering to do that. Call me in an hour would you. If you if you. I know you're terrible attitude but remember and let's get it on the counter. I wanna see you know said not supposed to do. The personal phone calls on broadcasting. But what the heck. It's my show i can do what i want Anybody else wants to call in talk with you. The phones open now after brian Suggestions how to move forward others suggestions for funding. I mean i considered a you know pimping vitamins vitamin salesman and get my own. Vitamin line by this and to supplement pass vitamin salesman And i really don't. I probably could call mike lindell and say. Hey mike send me a check. And then i'm a pillow salesman pass and then it makes me unable to criticize mike lindell. If i feel like it so let me grab this. And this is another old friend Good morning are identifying by name you can. This is julian for those. You've watched the show for a while. This is my friend. Julian that shared the broadcast with me when i was on my road trip down in florida Julian thanks for the call. Yeah my pleasure. Listen i i wanted to express port You know supported. The shot listened to its very beginning. i know it's tough to find the right format but i think the other piece everybody needs to understand is how much of a stacked deck. This is right so you. You have proven that. This is a valid concept with valid contents and that it generates interest naturally and organically when When the when the deck is stacked when somebody doesn't have their thumb on the scale and there's you know ruining that and This should be a wakeup call to a lot of people. How much content. How much good content that they wished they could get. they're not getting it. They trust these tech platforms to be able to the ones that are the gateway to it and and i think it's also a wakeup call to conservatives that we we have to be willing to give up the convenience and the easiness of these types of platforms to be able to go to places and make the difficult switch to go to places where voices are not gonna be surprised like this Because the the effort that you put in the results that you got you know the numbers that you shared the over the months that you've been doing this it. It without question blows up any debate as to whether it was valid or worthwhile content. The audience spoke then. Somebody came in and put their fall on the scale to prevent. That seems like it. I mean that's really the thing. Is you know one hundred sixty six thousand hours of content consumed in november and literally. I mean for a guy with with a with a A webcam in a in a shed to be tucker carlson even once in your life. There's validation for the concept you know and i was. I was regularly beating. Lou dobbs regularly beating lou dobbs all through the month november and so i was like man. We got something we got to talking. Then i was like man of this thing keeps going I'm gonna end up on a network.

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"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"One hour a day. And so i don't know i just know that this is unsustainable and i've i can't keep going the way it is so sharon anything else you wanna have you know you've been in the last thing that you know. I really appreciate your being a christian. And i am too and i love that the philippians i and another thing that i just wanna add before we close this that Whatever you focus on fan. Yeah there's a lot to that. Yeah that's right. thank you so much. Appreciate the call. Thanks so that's sharon i think from illinois Not sure where. She's from but Anyway i'll i'll stay for another minute to anybody else. Wants call in the feedback about the start of the show. That was a good call out. we start the show early and people get that notification and then we're not live and maybe that's Maybe need to figure out how to change that up. A little bit So that when people get the notification anyway we'll see I don't know what the what the future holds. Let me do something. That i haven't done here before and i'm gonna just to change the screen here briefly and i want to show you guys because i kind of feel like all of you like family now right i wanna give you a quick and dirty on. This is so. Here's a hold on smile buddy. Brian lenders hold on brian. You're on the air. But i need you to hold on there. Okay hang on. So here's a this is like Like hold on saving. Stand up and show this. There's a this is where coal sits where. I'm sitting here these screens right and this ring. Light is kohl's light. There's a camera that we normally use the white sheets. They're like light diffusers to keep the light from shining on me. I'm normally standing over there. That blue mike is mike. In this is an old converted shed that we do the show in every day so The green screen behind me is there the cloth to to allow the mount rushmore thing to show through for for call when he's sitting here and over on the other side we have the green screen and Anyway that's what it is so this phone call is brian. This is important to me that you called This is an old friend of mine I started a business in two thousand three and brian. You're one of the first guys to come to work with me at that business. And i i can't remember. The last time i saw is probably been. I don't know six seven eight years. Maybe maybe more. Since i've seen you but we've talked. How are you good morning. Pro- probably probably mitch longer than that. How you doing. I'm doing all right. Which is dumb. because you're you're like in market. So i need to just like we should put it on the calendar right after this call so i'll get lunch next week. But what are your thoughts on those. You've been watching the show and supporting. I'm grateful for you. Being a booster. But what are you thinking about this and well and just the person in general Brian i'm a. I've always said this fondness for in. I'm kind of motion guy as you know but I am a metal crossroads in kinda kinda hard to sit back in You know listen to this show is You're pretty strong voice and you got this following you got the people. Follow what brian says and Super appreciative of it. And i have been falling over the last eighteen months and you know as things have been progressing. I'm getting that. I'm getting angry because guys like you. We need you. We need that voice. And i don't care if it's once a day or once a week brian. You're a positive influence all of us. I'm proud of you. Thanks and You know i am. I'm a madame said. i'm disappointed. i'm i mean. I'm you know i'm just too much your local show to see the the routine. Their local show only works with the national show. The the whole routines gotta go together. I can't do any of it So seattle shows i. I will say this brian. Sit on this for hours. We can do this next week. munching will make the happiness. I will say this we collectively if guys like you are willing to put yourself out online with what's going on in this country. I'm ready to stand with the standard idea in front of behind you to try to make a difference. We just we need your voice at least once once a month once a week or something and both lewis grotesque level did with the magazine right. We were facing crossroads different. A lot of people that didn't want us to win right and we want anyway right. Yeah a lot of powerful people that didn't want us to win and we made it. We made it work. Amen to that. And i just again i had to call had to add today than it. Pretty positive influence on my life and Let's let's let's make something positive happen. Not say haven't done that to this point but I mean this is the ryan. The encouragement for because. Here's the thing and for everybody listening. This is a man. I really respect. I respect him a lot and a lot of the people who have supported the show. People that i have tons of respect for.

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"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Ahead now. You've probably had the you know the the letter that you sent me on my bulletin board. The the the all of the notes that you all have sent me. I have every one of them they matter so much to me The phone numbers eight six six nine hundred eighty three eleven eight six. Six nine hundred eighty. Three eleven. can't talk to them with mary in here. But marian yeah i mean the And you donate it to the show. Which i'm so grateful for that and i know that it's not easy for people to do that. There's so much free content. And so i mean the the plan was never to have a donation based Show it was to have that be a abridged getting the show large enough that we could support it with advertising and have the content free like most people so yeah Anyway thank you so much. Mary and i appreciate the call and your support in the else. You want to add one thing i would add. Is that the considered doing it once a week. And i really. I really don't want to give up doing it. Because i enjoy it. I just i. It's not sustainable with the What it takes and what the return on energy is for my family and and all the other people in my life it just once a week i might be able to do and it is what it is so thank you so much. Mary appreciate your call. So that's marian she's been Such a big supporter of the show. And i'm so grateful that she has been And i'm sorry to deliver this bad news So anybody else wants call. It's one at a time so hit works. I we just have the one phone line and here. We go who this is and welcome. This is brian neuron that republican broadcast. Who's this good morning. My name is sharon such the number. They're nice nice to talk with you. Thanks for calling appreciate it. Well you know. I wanted to tell you that one thing I think would have helped some when you're when my phone. I use my phone for all my emails. Everything you know. The message comes on her live. And then it's it's. I'm hold her indefinite mind. You don't know it in. My life is busy. So i logged off and ben kissel log back on so if you are truly live when you're winning when it pops up i would leave it on and listen to it. I'm doing around mojo. That's that's a concern actually starts exactly five minutes before the live content and the reason is because of Trying to make sure that the streams get established everywhere because they don't always work and sometimes the things drop a little bit and we have to reestablish it and so it allows us time to recover so that we can be on time and Hopefully we'll be that caused. Death caused me to miss most of yours. And because i have a busy life and and i it's not that you're broadcasts aren't important to me. It's just that by the time. I log off and get busy. I don't even it didn't really doesn't even say on their. You know countdown minutes before. Come back home. That's good feedback. And i'll incorporate that if we if we end up doing a once a week so thank you for for that. I appreciate it. Let's go that. I do appreciate your broadcasts. I get a lot from them and I do understand the impact of the negative news. There's times when. I just had to shut off everything and If you're doing a live broadcast all day you're fully and embroiled in and in your head and mind and i'm sure that fishing trip sounds like the right medicine for you with your grandson young. Just it's again. It's you know one of the concerns. I've had all along. Is you know the the christian guy right. And the bible says whatever's para whatever's lovely. Whatever whatever's good think on these things right and so sharon. I'm i'm i'm sitting here and i'm saying to myself i'm spending so much time thinking on things that are the opposite of pure and lovely in good and you know i'm i'm not sure how what the that that's you know. I kind of said to myself. Well if i if the show is good and valuable to people that I can kind of feel like you know. The negativity that i ingest is worth for the positive outcome right but Yeah it's The positive outcome isn't there the the tech oligarchs just aren't going to let it happen so I i will say this. The the the the intention of the program and this is where it's gotten off off track. It's both both the audience issues. That that having that are part of it sharon and then the other thing is. I really didn't ever want to do a daily news. Show i i started as a podcast and the like the first edition that i just played there. The the Addition was on the philosophical underpinnings of property rights. Why is private property important. And that show think actually some of the the initial podcast that i did. I actually think have a lot more value than breaking down the daily news. Because they're the philosophical underpinnings of conservatism. And why it's important and so. I'm hoping that i can get back to doing that on a once. A week program maybe We'll see your. I like the once a week. I especially if it's something that we can listen to or not necessarily live but we can go back to and and pull off when we have time really focused can. Yeah and i think we'll give me more time to prepare it to which would be you know I think maybe the show will actually be better. I may might be able to do two hours better once a week. Then.

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"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"I will see what that means. That's super interesting Taylor green apparently is going to be debating with aoc. She says Or at least she wants to try. And here's here's what she had to say about it. I'm also happy to tell you that yesterday on the house floor i happened to finally bump into afc and i challenged her to a debate about the green new deal. You see. i'm a small business. Owner that has created jobs. I've signed the back of many paychecks. I've also built the economy as a job. Creator business owner. We actually build the economy. Let me tell you what. Asc has never done. She's never created one job. She is not build the economy. She's only in the business of trying to tear it down. And that's exactly what. I told her when i spoke with her yesterday on the house floor. We're going to debate. I told her she said she asked me if i had read her. Fourteen page green new deal. I said i've read some of it. And she said well when you read all of it then you can challenge me to debate. Well the good news is. I've read all fourteen little pages and i'm very ready to debate her on the house floor. So this is what we're going to be doing. The date hasn't been set. But when it is that i will let you know and she better show up if she chickens out then she shows exactly who she really is a scared little girl. That is pretty stupid. Doesn't know anything about the economy or economics and she boasts that she does because she has a degree in economics but she doesn't have enough commonsense to actually be able to produce anything in the real world. She just has a government job. So i just wanted to fill you guys in on what's going on. Here's the plan going forward. It's going to be america first policies and this is what i'm going to be fighting for every single day and that's for you and that's for me and that's for the future of our children and our grandchildren and beyond that america first policies is the only way to save this country and i am so thankful that we had president trump for four years for years to show us exactly what that looks like. Now it's our turn to pick it up. Pick up that mantle and run with it and make sure that america first policies are the future and the way for this country. Thank you guys for your support. And i look forward to talking to you again. Pay one more thing. Share this video and tell your friends so on that. But you know the the upshot here. Here's a first policies are the the thing that we need have. And and when i say that. Here's what i mean you know if you look at the preamble of the constitution. What does it say you know in order to form a more perfect union right for our hostility right and so the idea here. Is that the purpose of the american. Government is what serve the interest of the american people. That's what it's for. It's not to serve the interest of some other country or some other group or some other people as to serve our interests the interests of the american citizens you and ida voters citizens the taxpayers. America is the country that our country should have as its first interest. Our our government chavitz for centrist. And it's amazing to me. This is controversial. I'm not mad that that angle mirko puts germany. I not mad that that you know vladimir putin puts russia i or or chairman. She puts china first. We should expect the leader of any country to put their own country. I i expect trudeau. Justin trudeau to put canada and their interests ahead of america and interests. It's only american democrats. Who actually think somehow your better if you're putting another country's interests first and newt gingrich weighed in on this this weekend. You on daily. Abc seven seventy in in new york. The john medina's show and he said that he was. Here's a new nurses. This is the most anti american presidency in our country's history. He said he's appalled at the kind of hostility. Were getting about the united states. From joe biden from kamala harris. There is the idea that that following the murder of chauvin. Okay you know. Biden and harris gingrich says quote had an opportunity to come out and say the system works. Here's a policeman who's now been convicted on all three counts. We can feel good about how america deals with these kind of issues instead. What did they do. They came out when i rant about institutional racism. They didn't say look at this. Justice has been done in america. If you're a bad cop and you and you murder a man you will go to prison. Look at this. America is a place where you can rely on the system to defend you. Even if you're george floyd they didn't say that they came out and said see. See america's really really bad and you know i. I don't know what it is that got. I kind of trump wanna think what happened. What america due to these people to make them hate us. So much. Is it that i don't know i can't even get my head around it call with what is the deal that these guys are country so much but they do they They act like they're propagandists for the chinese. Almost like you're on the chinese payroll and you are on the russians payroll and all they're trying to do is to just seems like all they want to do is tear things down. I wasn't transgender. Sports stuff when you back. This is republic uber. You're listening to republic keeper and now.

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"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Or somebody else you know some other dignitaries stay in his hotel and and you know trump was making money off the government. That was the big right. The emoluments clause. Oh my goodness you know as though as though somehow a booking the secret service in trump tower was the the key to donald trump's financial future which is just ridiculous right but now we have a book written by kamla harris and The ex baltimore mayor. Catherine pugh was sentenced to three years in prison for what it appears the same thing that kamala harris is doing train. She arranged for sales of her of her bulk. Sales of her book called healthy holly And then she got thousands of dollars in kickbacks from the publisher and end up going to prison for it and It appears that Kamala harris is doing the exact same thing. She's got a book she wrote called. Superheroes are everywhere and it's included in the packs that are given to migrant children solve these migrant children that are coming in. they're getting a copy of kamala harris. His book and the government is buying those books and the publisher is sending a royalty check to kamala harris. And so how is that. Not a violation of the ethics clause. And how is it not a violation of much. More of a violation of the of the emoluments clause me. And she's getting exactly. That's her roddick with her name on it. And the government is directly purchasing it to give it to people in the government doesn't have a need to give books to people. The government actually has a need to house secret service agents when they travel with the president and they actually have a need to house dignitaries when they travel and so. I don't know what the deal is with kamala harris but speaking of which she weighed in on the upcoming state of the union and so here is kamala harris on the upcoming speech mexico northern triangle countries to address the root causes of migration. How do you define success role. That's a great question. Well let's first talk about what it is. I come at this issue from the perspective that most people don't wanna leave home. They don't want to leave the grandparents. They don't want to leave the place where they grew up where the they speak the language where they know the culture the place where their place what that is home. Most people don't wanna leave home and when they do. It's usually for one or two reasons. They're fleeing some harm or they cannot stay and satisfied the basic necessities of life such as feeding their children having roof over their head. That's that that that is part of a big part of what is going on. So i look at the issue of what's going on in the northern triangle from that perspective. And then my take on. It is that we've got to understanding that we have to give people some sense of hope that if they stay that help is on the way and that brings me to then my focus which is for example. I convened a group of members of our cabinet secretary of agriculture secretary of commerce. The head of the usa id which is our aid organization. Tony blinken secretary of state was a part of it. Jake sullivan was a part of it and bringing together members of our to do what for example is gonna happen out of commerce. Which is they're going to convene a trade mission virtually now and then. The hope is in person later with agriculture. Tom bill sack is going to increase our focus and our resources around helping the farmers in that region who have been devastated by crisis in terms of climate and drought. us aid. I think that was her delivering the state of the union. I'm sorry about the way our frame that that was her delivering the state of the union. And basically saying that. We're going to do nothing. The i the idea here is an i. There's some there's some merit to what they're saying. There's some merit they're saying the idea. Is that if you have a big leak under the sink. It's great to go get towels and mumps and stuff to mob him up but the best thing is to turn off the water first before you clean up the mess and the argument they're trying to make is that you have to stop the flow at the source by changing the complexion of these countries. So that people don't want to leave him. Well that all sounds great. But that's a really big job and it's a much bigger job than the scope of the us government. Our job is not to fix every broken backwater in the world so that are broken. Backwater in the world doesn't send their people here in even if every broken backwater in the world of fixed you'd still have terrorists and other people in drug smugglers want to get into the country because they don't appreciate our laws and don't want to obey them and so a secure border is necessary regardless and it's not only necessary if other countries are having trouble and so the approach to this is all wrong and it's all wrong on purpose now I just saw this. I don't know if you saw this breaking news. This is twelve hour tweet. So o'clock last night. I guess And mira copa county superior court judge christopher corey excuses himself from the legal challenge to the senate republicans election.

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"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"A moderate. Said i'm not wild. Liberal that people accuse me of being and of course the progressive wing was concerned that that was true and nobody on our side was concerned that that was true. We kind of knew that it wasn't true that joe wasn't act going to whether he was a wild liberal or not didn't matter we knew that he was going to govern that way and so along with that. I mean as part of that. There's a illegal aliens who Don't leave the us if you come in on a on a green card or you come in on a A work visa and you Don't leave on time when you're visas up. You're supposed to leave the country. If you don't leave you can incur fine. Okay and then. The fine may have an impact on whether or not that visa can be renewed. You can continue to work in the country and all those kind of things. While the biden administration has announced that they have stopped issuing any finds like that that Financial penalties for failure to depart That they never enforced them until two thousand eighteen hours. A federal government has always had these fines but they've never enforced him until the trump administration so in two thousand eighteen they started issuing these fines and enforcing them and now the biden administrations come in and so now we're in a reverse that we're going to go back to The way it's been Defines or not actually having any impact on on keeping people From staying.

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"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"And number three is. The show needs money to run. And you'll find the link in the stuff that went up to promote the show are the all the all the motzer there the links to support the show and It's cool the run rumble. Introduce you at the stats. Look like after for that and now see if we can't grow the audience. They're done another their live life platform to pursue joe manchin talking about the Good government is the best reelection policy. And i'm looking at all. These claims that Voter id eagles voter suppression. And i've been saying. And i think a lot of people have been saying that it's insulting to african americans to assume that you're too stupid to get an idea because you have darker skin. As somehow that say preventative to getting identification. Which that's that seems to me to a ridiculous proposition on his face while Scott rasmussen the polar just did a poll and found out that Seventy seven percent seventy percent. Seven percent of americans support voter. Id well that would be. That would be great in. Somebody's gonna say well that's just all the republicans right. Well it's seventy percent of democrats poor voter. Id and seventy two percent of african americans support voter. Id so this idea that voter id is not supported by. The american people is ridiculous. It's supported by absolutely everybody. Republicans democrats black white hispanic. Who doesn't support voter. Id democrat politicians. Who want to rig the system. That's who doesn't photo. Id democrat politicians. Who want to rig the system. Everybody else supports. Democrat supports voter. Id and so the democrat politicians who wanna read the system have willing accomplices in the media. Right and what they're trying to paint. Is this picture. That america is the systemically racist bad place. That's part of what. Daniel cameron addressed in there in the clip. Is that it's no. It's not systemically racist. It's not bad if it is historically racist because joe biden created it through the legislation that he passed but part of this is the Pushing of the idea that anybody in the media that includes me Who cherries an alternative viewpoint. Therefore must be a racist and so tucker carlson because he's succeeding and because his influence is growing has become a bigger target. And you know if we're successful with this show that'll be my future right that's fine So be it. But jim acosta is the guy who's maybe the worst media professional in in the country the second worst briana keillor's worst Jim acosta is calling tucker carlson chief white power correspondent now from his role as essentially state run media during the trump administration. To tucker carlson's kern rana's fox news as chief white power correspondent. The diamond of the murdoch media empire continues to exert its influence on politics and policy in america and around the world. Fox news is just one part of the murdoch media empire and joining us to talk about. This now is cnn. Chief media responded and host of reliable sources. Brian stelter that. Welcome back and that. But the jim acosta is the calling tucker carlson. The chief white power correspondent and said that fox was effectively state media under the trump administration. And yet i haven't seen any project veritas. Video from inside of talks about how they were cooking the books. and not. just project veritas. That hasn't gotten to media matters or you know certainly of inside of fox. They were trying to push a narrative and that were caught on video. Like it's been at cnn. Certainly that video would've been everywhere and we would have seen it by now but there hasn't been any like that coming out of fox. There has anything like that. Coming out of new matt newsmax. There hasn't been anything like that coming out of china. Oh in there but there has been things like that coming out of cnn. So in terms of who's state run media it would appear that there is a direct like hotline from the white house. Over to cnn and it was from the biden campaign to cnn. Prior to that that they just you know would whatever the biden administration said. That was what the fact became on cnn. And so it's it's a little rich for them to call Fox news state run media. It seems to me Aoc says that a biden exceeded her expectations in the first one hundred days here so leading up to the state of the union. Here's aoc's commentary on that. Yeah i mean. I one thing that i will say is that i do think that by demonstration prison bite. It has definitely exceeded expectations. That progressives had You know. I'll be frank. I think a lot of us expected a much more conservative administration And i think that his not only what has ultimately come out but the active invitation and willingness and collaboration with progressives in his first hundred days for almost one hundred days a has been very impressive. So you know. She says she was wearing joe. Biden would be conservative. And you joe campaign is.

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Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Here's what that looks grateful to be here today and in fact this is chance for me to say. Thank you more formerly that. The chevy volt is upstairs will be able to take a look at it thousand photo so simple as that. The batteries are in the trunk. No battery in this particular design. A t shape right down the center and across the back seat area is everybody thought. We killed the electric vehicle. We didn't rely charging the batteries right. Now what's the source of it's coming from. The building is it. What's our mixing collar. Oh actually lansing kids building lansing feats power to the building. So i don't. I don't own betcha. There will be on natural gas from another car. Star your grid right. It would be charging off our grid which is nine about ninety five percent goal ninety five percent call so there's the clean energy car running around ninety five percent coal and so now not only. Do you burn the coal not only the carbon emissions from the coal. You have all of the environmental disaster from the mining to make you know with your metal hydride batteries or whatever. They are and the Child labor and all the other stuff that's employed to make that happen. Is you know so the the between the wind power and the electric cars. I think they may actually be killing the environment faster than the combustion engine. And you know it's funny. I had a discussion call with my son the other day. He's he's big on the electric vehicle thing begging fan and i said well you know that sounds great theoretically but let me just ask you from transportation standpoint. How do you transport energy in a battery the way you can transit. There's the thing that's the advantage to. Petroleum is from an energy storage and transportation standpoint. Nothing beats you camp power anything for the amount of space that you can power combustion engines with gasoline or or oil. It's the most efficient and so my son's like well. What about you know this electric stuff. And i said you got issues of how are you going to power. The electric ships are those gonna work. Are they going to be solar ships. Are they gonna have big batteries. The only thing that works he flies helicopters. Like do you think there's gonna be electric helicopters you know. He flies refueling missions at his helicopters. Just refuel in air refueling right. How's that going to work in air battery exchanging to carry extra batteries. The reality is that there are advantages to petroleum in terms of its its compactness in its portability that nothing else offers and the other things all seem to make just as much waste maybe more. I don't know When we get back what do we got your back. We got jim acosta again. The kamala harris. Oh and then some more transgender sports fans stuff that we'll get into and the stuff i promised.

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Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Our government that's democratic you're really is the senate as initially designed. The senators were elected by the state legislatures. They weren't even responsive to the people and so the house is the one that's designed to be. Democratic is designed to be the one that that slows things down cools things office. He said and is deliberate and the other thing that he said that that i think is just such a key is he said good. Government is the best reelection policy right. If you do something everybody likes you're gonna get reelected this idea that that the biden campaign has right now that they've got a ram through all this unpopular stuff before they lose power in two years. Why don't you just ram through popular stuff and retain power in. Why don't you just do things. The americans want you to do and get reelected instead of doing things that you know. That americans oppose. And you know that you're gonna lose the election and what they're hoping to do is do things americans oppose and make them permanent and it's just such a bad plan in joe. Manchin is exactly right about this. The the best most popular government is good government and we have a really great example of that in the the attorney. General in the state of kentucky. Daniel cameron is this is the kind of public servant that we all want to have. More of here's daniel cameron. I just wanted to have him with us. Daniel cameron thanks very much for being here. Thanks for having me you. Do you believe this country is systemically racist. Well no i don't believe this country is systemically racists. What i believe is that this country has always tried from the very beginning to become a more perfect union and certainly we've had our challenges throughout this nation's history and there's no hiding from that But when you hear comments like you heard from a president biden and others that throw fuel on the fire that explode the tensions that we have in this country. That's not good for hoping to unify this country. And so in my part i try to stay away from hyper hyperbolic terms. I try to make sure that. I reflect love and and in christ in my comments and try not to be caustic So i'm gonna continue to do that. I'm gonna continue to reach out to folks that have different views from me. Of course again. As i stated earlier we have challenges in this country But the promise of a more perfect union is always one step away always one step closer and i think that together we can get there We put aside these hyperbolic terms. If we put aside casting aspersions on one another and if we hold hands and walk together into our future yes i agree and you know what do you do in the face of all of this rhetoric then general. I mean last weekend. Maxine waters called on rioters to scale on the street. Getting their faces get more confrontational. If chavez was acquitted leader kevin mccarthy tried to censor her but the democrat stopped it is tabled it. Even nancy pelosi said that waters has nothing to apologize for. So what we left to think and to do in the face of this well. I think it's important that republicans make sure that we show a strong vision. An alternative for how this country can look. That's why i'm excited that After president biden tells us what he's going to do in terms of taxing and spending. And what have you that. We're gonna hear a very positive very four looking vision of from senator. Tim scott He's a personal friend of mine. I'm excited about what he's going to have to say about the vision of this country and how republicans can align with that vision for the working men and women of this country. I think that's incredibly important as we move forward when i talk about the working men and women of this country i'm talking about folks that looked like me that folks maria that looked like you folks that are the rainbow if you will of this country and so it's important for republicans to make sure that we're tapping into that renewed spirit of reaching out and working with the working men and women in this country to make sure that they have good paying jobs to make sure That they're able to take care of the issues that are of the focus of the dinner table at night and so i'm excited about what he has to say. Things like what. Maxine waters again. President biden have said Those things really hurt The Unification of this country going forward right and so so daniel cameron a hit hither arm. Butner oregon. Your comoro my on call. It are both trying to do this. Wrote at once here. I shouldn't get in his way. So daniel cameron is a rising star right and what he says. There is so right that we need to make sure that we have good jobs for our neighbors for people who look like me for people like you. Black hispanic white asian doesn't matter what we need is a growing economy and opportunity for everybody and that we don't engage in these hyperbolic type of politics. That is you know. Has kind of become a hallmark of so much of what we're doing now and i really liked the way daniel cameron speaks and i like the way he presents himself. And i. i just think that we need more of Politicians like this What we don't need more of.

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Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Semitism and of course Talk about the holocaust and so on right. But here's the thing. He says that what he see now. This is where it's important He says in nineteen thirty nine. The people of slovakia elected government that was fashioned the same way as nazi germany that summer all of a sudden things began to change as a ten year old. I went to meet my friends in the park. But i couldn't because a big sign the gone up. It stated jusin. Dogs are forbidden to enter that afternoon. I went to the beach. But i was also turned away ahead to be identified in the street by wearing a star. So my friends wouldn't talk to me. Because i was ju- within a euro is thrown out of school as we're all jewish children. The separation of jews from everybody else in town was a step by step process. That moved quickly printer. Credit out of stapled together wanted many articles waitress fired in new york trump supporter holdings go to hear people losing their jobs. Unconservative people losing their shop. Affi- accounts people losing their go. Daddy accounts oh you. Oh your republican. You're one of those In the thirties. My father at a lumber business. He produced railroad ties by the tens of thousands of ship. Them all over europe by nineteen forty. Jews could no longer own a business to prevent from losing in my father. Has one of his friends are christian to take over his business on paper and my father would continue running it and compensate the friend for using his name so to speak literally considered in the last couple of days should just scrap the republic caper thing. Start over with a new name as they've decided that they they people decided. This isn't a good name. Show start over and just never talk about the virus. Never talk about the election. So that i can never talk about climate change. Because that's the next thing they're going to have on this climate change if you don't buy their religious view on climate change. You're going to be turned for that. So i literally i just thought.

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"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"On the supreme court. The my understanding is that supreme court is today holding hearings To review the cases from believe pennsylvania and georgia. These are the sydney powell suits and also the Donald trump suit and i think sorts. Mike kelly in pennsylvania mike kelly in pennsylvania and sunni powell. Lynnwood and the mike. Kelly was also the donald trump won and so the pennsylvania. One aleve is about the The procedural stuff could they change it. And then i don't want to be televised. Normally supreme court stuff isn't guys. That's a really great question. And i'll tell you what The soon as the show ends. I'll figure that out if it's going to stream i'm gonna watch it's all streaming But i generally they're not Sometimes they'll they'll have an audio stream of it sorta i'll figure it out and then Let's see it's also. I think michigan is there today to my understanding is that these aren't the cases today and somebody can correct me if i've got this wrong but my understanding. Is that what. They're what they're doing. Today is a hearing to decide whether or not to hear a case. So it's a procedural here they they haven't said yes. We'll hear the case it's will we gotta sit and figure out if it's our jurisdiction and the the two sides have to argue whether or not the court should take the case.

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"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"The jews were the reason florida this. We must not allow to happen again. The film i don't. I think it was scheduled for november and. I don't think it's been released. I'm not sure if that's correct if it was released i'm disappointed. I missed it. And i want to see it The gentleman featured there his name is irving roth and Irving roth is holocaust survivor. And he basically gave an interview a couple days ago. Said i'm seeing signposts on the road to auschwitz in our current culture. And from someone who would know. I think we should listen to what he has say. And so I'll be taking a break here in a minute but were to here from urban roth. He's the founder of the holocaust research center in new york city and he's ninety one years old and I think we'll. I think we'll appreciate what he has to say Come back from tournament. He says one of his favorite quotes is from a fifth grader and You know out of dreaded from kids at sometimes we're gonna learn a little from irving roth I've got some other stuff on lockdown stuff. Whether or not the masks work etcetera more stuff back. You're listening to republic keeper and now republic keeper with brian. Kelly back not very new stuff in order. We'll talk about the screw part. I didn't forget do that now. I guess and then there's not a lot of talk about stuff from irving roth.

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"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"republic" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Cases today Robert will talk about that. We are going to talk about the supreme court stuff today So i wanna kick off though with i think of all the things have been set about rush No one said it better or more completely than a james golden also known as bowls nursery on the hannity. Show here. here's sean. We can't wrap our arms around this. We can't wrap our brains and heart surrounded that our beloved rush has returned his talent to god and we are so thankful for him. You know rush is to be a second generation. Founding father this went beyond radio this went beyond politics. What rush did for america. One man changed so many trajectories in this in this country. When rush began his career there were twelve hundred radio stations. roughly doing the talk radio format. Today there are over. twelve thousand. The number of print conservative publications very few today there is a flourishing market. You there was no fox. Tv there was no. There was nowhere on tv that you could get conservative. Ideology that you could get the values that represent what most americans believe until rush. He changed of media. Changed the landscape rushing. Radio show grew for over thirty years. This is unheard of in our audience from small children. All the way up. Through the senior of senior citizens..

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Remso Republic

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"republic" Discussed on Remso Republic

"Those far all let's see. No people love to drown their food in Tabasco and other hot sauce that is such a live hell. How was that a lie? What? Island countries. Do not use spice it we eat spicy food. Okay. Now, he's the food Dominicans don't use spicy food Cubans. Don't use spicy food, the only Caribbean countries that spicy food are like African-based countries. Like Jamaica in Haiti in the Bahamas, but Spanish countries in the islands. We don't use to lead. We don't use Tabasco. We don't use any of that. Okay. So definitely. Bisi food and put Tabasco and hot sauce on everything. That's like a that's even more of a Central American in like, you know, you don't really put hot sauce on Peruivian, food or Argentinian food. Yeah. That that's definitely noticeable. I definitely agree. That's how it is of Puerto Ricans because I've got I've got a couple of Puerto Rican friends here in northern Virginia. We'll we'll go out. We'll go get. There's a Peruvian restaurant up the road. And yeah, I have no Peruvians don't pull lot of they spices on their stuff. So we're always asking for more spices. But, you know, even like my family, like we go through bottles and bottles of Saracho, another things that might just be a personal preference necessarily know how that's a whole cultural thing. Yeah. That's interesting. Yeah. Cousin in flora. I mean, the more south you go in South American countries, the less spices. They use in their in their cuisine sent Merican is very spice spicy type of stuff like like Chile 's and jalapenos in peppers and then in the Caribbean. You're using more arbs like salon Kulon throw a garlic that kind of spice, but we don't really. You spicy wrestling? And after all your best thing out. More more baskets of your life. It makes life worth living. Oh my gosh. No. Joey Hanson's the food. It's like saying that adding bake into something destroys the meal, bacon, only enhances. Are you? Sure, you Puerto Rican. Now. Okay. The next one next one. Okay. This one we have to find some common ground on. All let scene owes love to Quila. I don't like to Quila. Will not go down my throat. It's just like it's spicy piss water. Yes. I like, whiskey I like bourbon, but tequila is like a different level of stuff. It's just I've never enjoyed the first time I ever took a shot of tequila. I was at this party. And I I was I took the shot in literally touched my tongue, and it's like at that point. I already swallowed it. But I was coughing. So then it came out my nose. So that might nostrils were like on fire. But that's not the worst part this girl. I was trying to hit on she took a shot to she was laughing at me and then forced her to swallow tequila and all of a sudden, she's choking and Bennett came out her nose. So that just like killed the whole vibe and since then I've never touched tequila again. Wow. That's story. Yeah. I mean, it's funny now when it happened. I was oh my God, I'm dying. But I I have not had to kill a sense. It's just one of those things. I just don't I I didn't like it that time. I wouldn't like it now. Yeah. Tequila is a Central American thing again like in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, we like spiced round, we like rum Bacardi those types of things I think captain Morgan is Puerto Rican. I think Cardi is Puerto Rican. Okay. Here's the thing like Puerto Ricans stole Bacardi because originally was Cuban, and then they fled Castro, and they went to Puerto Rico, and they stayed in Puerto Rico for the tax incentives. So technically, it is Puerto Rican. But not really. Area Caribbean, though, we like we don't really fancy to Keila. It's it's very much rum is the predominant liquor. I know white people like to pretend they like to Quila. It's like saying you like to keel like saying, you're more bad ass than other people..

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Remso Republic

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"republic" Discussed on Remso Republic

"It's usually not like single men's single men trying to do this like, I know in some cities in Texas with their essentially, it's a problem because what happens is it's it's that's not what it's for. But the rent out storage units, you know, and that's where they'll live shit. That's like. What's? Yeah. I mean, when you think about it's like really really really cheap rent for just an empty room in all you do is put some beds, and you put a fan, you get a generator and people will live out of storage units. And it's a legal but at the same time it's like you're not technically homeless. That's some crazy Stoep in shit. God, they're you know, they we get really creative. You know, very, you know, you'll sell you anything. We'll you know, you'll never see a homeless Mexican. All right this. Yeah. Yeah. So this next one is. This next one's kind of funny if you don't speak English your undocumented. Okay. This is this is why make fun of like, Miami Daytona those areas. Yeah. Like, my father my father's from Orlando. And I remember he told me a story about the first time he wants a Miami. And he met these two Cuban twins. And he tried speaking English, and they didn't speak English. So he tried saying, oh, we're from Cheboksary from they're like, no, we're from Miami. And he's like, wow, you speak English. And they both looked at him. And they were like because we're from Miami. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. It's really hard to get around Miami. If you don't know any Spanish, probably one of the few dairy, very very few cities, but probably the largest city in which you know, if you don't know Spanish, you're gonna have a hard time. Yeah. That's that's a given. Okay. The next one all men have satis. I have have a tattoo. I don't know where they got that one. I don't know many many Latino guys have tattoos. I don't know where the guy don't eat there. I think the Huffington Post needs some meat more Latino people. Honestly. Yeah. I think I know more white people in like, you know, people like biker culture people that are touted. Many hispanic. Yeah. It's not really a thing. Yeah. 'specially fewer, you know, conference a religious family. You're very much covered up. It's not necessarily that. You don't have a tattoo, but like a risk really start like showing it off, right? Yeah. So you're not going to have like necessarily like neck tattooed cab tattoos, which I've seen, you know, men walk into Baptist church like touted which is fine. I don't mind that. But like in his in, the Catholic culture and Hispanic religion, like you're very you're very conservative in that way. But it doesn't mean you don't have to choose. It. Just means you not cover them. Okay. This next one kind of follows in. I'm reading this list from BuzzFeed right now. Okay. You're Latino therefore you must speak Spanish. This kinda hits while I was talking about the beginning. It's like I feel like in most situations. I lose my Latino card because I don't speak Spanish. Know how that's a prerequisite. I know a lot of Korean people around here that don't speak Karan, a no one ever gives them a hard time. Yeah. Exactly. The more north you go you're gonna run into that. But that doesn't make you less of a of culturally. What you are just just curious did you speak Spanish at home or did you speak, predominantly English? Yes. So I was born in Miami. So my well, I was born in Miami. And then a couple of months after I was born I moved to Dominica Republic for a couple years. So Spanish is my first language. I actually went to the Dominican Republic attended in English school to to to learn English. And then I came back to Miami in the moved around a little bit. But Spanish is my first language at kind of lost it a little bit as I moved around. And as we my family was getting business and stuff like that. We just used English more often. So I'm fluent in understanding. I was Sam intermediate in speaking. But yeah, that's like my background is fantasy. It is my firm. First language, but unfortunately, like it I lost some of it. But so it's detrimental to your life. You'll feel like you've lost out chain of these right perfectly. Find in a Hispanic in in a Spanish country. Gotcha. Okay. This next one. I guess say is probably the only true thing I've seen on here..

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