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"revere" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:05 min | 1 d ago

"revere" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"You can go to my website, which is mind of the sensor dot com. Or the book is available pretty much wherever books are sold, including Amazon or Barnes and nobles or you can go to the Cambridge university press website and get a 20% discount with the discount code corn 21 down. Thank you for that 20%, 20% discount for our listeners. A porn 21 at Cambridge, all right? Cambridge University press will do that. Robert corn revere, thank you for in the book and thank you for joining us today. Thank you. And we'll see you next time. For Colin times and topics, follow the show on Twitter at Dr. Drew podcast that's DR DR EW podcast, the music crew today's episode can be found on the swinging sounds of the dark droop podcast. Now available on iTunes. And while you're there, don't forget to rate the show. The Dr. Drew podcast is a corolla digital production and is produced by Chris Loki and Gary Smith. For more information, go to Dr. Drew dot com. All conversation and information exchange during the participation in the doctor brew podcast is intended for educational and entertainment purposes only. Do not confuse this with treatment or medical adviser direction. Nothing on these podcasts supplement or supersede the relationship and direction of your medical caretakers, although Dr. Drew is a licensed position with specialty board certifications by the American board of internal medicine in the American board of addiction medicine. He's not functioning as a physician in this environment. The same applies to any professional who may appear on the podcast or Dr. Drew dot com. When it comes to fitness, what's real? How about a coach and a personal plan that give you 360 support? Join any time fitness for just $1 today and get something real. That's any time fitness. That's really if. Visit any time fitness dot com. Grab a 30 day free trial of live by live plus and you'll get unlimited skips, commercial free music, and all of the podcasts and live streaming events you can handle, visit live X live dot com slash podcast one to learn more and start your free trial..

"revere" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:37 min | 1 d ago

"revere" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"revere" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:51 min | 1 d ago

"revere" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"So I want to talk a little more about that specifically libertarianism so much as the issue of freedom today. It feels like it's come up. It's on people's lips a lot. They're sort of, there's a lot of pushback against overreach from a public health standpoint and overreach from the standpoint of what we've been discussing on social media. Is there something different about this landscape? I've been sort of struggling with it in my own mind. I'm trying to understand what's going on. And I'm hoping that maybe you have some insights into that. And is this something? I guess the way I like always start framing something like this is, have we been through something like this before? Is this is there a historical antecedents for this? Well, I mean, there are historic lab students for most of the things that we're going through, including the flu 1918 flu. But many of the kinds of public health measures that were enacted then are things that were going through now. Although, like many things, that was lost to history until we're forced to repeat that. Yeah, but I've read a lot of that material now having taken a good look at it. And a lot of it, there was a lot of similar kinds of policies put in place and then a lot of similar sort of pushbacks. There was anti maskers and things. But there was a general acknowledgment. Like, we can't ask people to do that. I was like, yo, are you kidding? That's ridiculous. Shut businesses down? No. Okay, we can't do that. Make everybody wear a mask. We can try, but we've got to pressure them socially, but as a government policy that's ridiculous. It's putting a noose around some or whatever. It's putting a making them whatever. You can't that position. And this time around, governors that took that position, which was, hey, as a governor, this is not my job to make you do things. I would like you to do. Here's what our public health system is telling you to do, but for me to mandate it to force it. That really wasn't happening in 1918. Lisa is the best I could read the literature. Some cities would do things like that like San Francisco sort of did. But it was a governor. It wasn't the federal government. So talk to me about that for a minute. Well, I'm not an expert in the pandemic of 1918 or this one either. I've seen certain measures that I think are overreach. I think there's a concern about executive power generally. But you kind of have to take a case by case. Okay, I get what you're saying. And I understand that that's how your mind is a lawyer's specifically training. So it's very unfair to ask for anything sort of global in general. But the idea, I guess it looks to me like let me frame it this way that's a more of a legal question. Do you expect to see challenges in the courts? Because it feels like that's where this is kind of going. Yeah, as you said, there's overreach. Let's just take the issue of outdoor dining. It made illegal in Southern California. Or lying down on the beach. The most insane incompetent bizarre capricious, irrational policies, and it seems like those things are being tested in the court, but they're being upheld. And so go ahead. It's been going it's been going both ways, really. And as I say, you kind of have to take a particular case. For example, I handled the case in New Jersey, where the question was where church services were permitted and people to gather in churches but not in movie theaters. And you can argue what the health effects for one or the other or both, but it doesn't seem rational to permit people to gather in church and sing and do the kinds of things you do in church services while you're not permitting them to go to movie theaters with a appropriate health protocol. Let's be clear, let's be here for a public health standpoint, not rational. It doesn't seem rational because it is not rational, but that's not the issue, right? Particularly since people are encouraged to be quiet when they're watching a movie as opposed to singing in fellowship and doing the things they do in the church. Right. And so how did that play out? What was at issue? We were not successful in getting an injunction against the state notwithstanding the difference in treatment, but ultimately the restrictions were loosened, so it didn't go further than that. I would think just the church state separation would be sufficient to sort of push them back a bit. One would think. Oh my God, see, to me, that's like, wow. Aren't people constitutional lawyers standing up and going, wow, wow. We have crossed into territory that I don't think we've been in before. One of the things that is so often true in the law is that at the time of an emergency courts are willing to be more flexible than they are in other times. And then it's only in hindsight that we see sort of a court's correction being made by the courts. And, you know, I think there was a general reluctance by. Certain judges to interfere with what the governors were doing at the time. And then there was a series of decisions by the Supreme Court striking down restrictions on church attendance under the protections of the First Amendment for free exercise of religion..

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"revere" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:27 min | 1 d ago

"revere" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"revere" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:49 min | 1 d ago

"revere" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Everybody welcome doctor podcast is usually, you know, I want you to do all those good things to keep us going here. Appreciate it very much. Do check out also the streaming show at doctor grew TV and don't forget to follow us on the very social media platforms. I've been doing some Instagram lives lately. So obviously, Dr. Drew Pinsky and also over it, TikTok at Dr. Drew to some live stuff there too. Look for me there. Appreciate the follows and appreciate your being here today and part of the corolla enterprise. Today, my guest is Robert corn revere. He is a First Amendment attorney. Adjunct scholar at the Cato institute, book is the mind of the sensor and the eye of the beholder. The First Amendment and the sensors dilemma. Robert, thank you for joining us. Happy to. Thank you. So the obvious place to tell us to start a tell us a little bit about the book. Well, the book just came out last month from Cambridge University press. It is a book that basically talks about the value of the First Amendment by looking at examples of those who are sensors. What is the mind of the sensor and how does that differ from the spirit of liberty, which is something that I think really encompasses the broader value of freedom of expression? And it seems like we live in a time where, in my lifetime, I can't remember it becoming so acute. I mean, I guess in the 60s there was a similar sorts of different, but phenomenology flying around around freedom and censorship. And now it's gotten very strange. I think probably because of social media and the Internet where there are sensors that are extremely arbitrary. This whole version, this whole notion of third party fact checkers who are let's just take it from a scientific perspective. They're not scientists. They're not familiar with the literature, they're coming on. They have no business, being even in the conversation. And yet they are determining what isn't is not appropriate for an environment like a public square environment, such as social media, and were it not for the fact that social media accepts plenty of money and guidance from the federal government, I mean, you can it's easy to say it's a private enterprise and their title do whatever they want to do. But there's a little more going on with that. How do you interpret all that? Well, you're getting right to the most complex questions right away, aren't you? I'm afraid so. What is bothering me? Well, it's bothering many people right now because of the whole phenomenon of social media. Keep in mind, we're dealing with an amazing social experiment for the past 25 years with the Internet, where for the first time in human history, every individual live with access to the Internet has access to a worldwide audience. That's never existed in the history of the world and communications policy makers throughout the 20th century look for ways to get more people able to speak to a broader audience. So we have that for the first time. And the question that you're raising about social media platforms and their content policies goes to whether or not, as you acknowledge, private businesses have the ability or the right to determine what kind of community they want to foster. It is through the ability of platforms to provide access to the rest of us to third party speakers that the Internet is what it is and has created the form that it is. But by the same token, those social media platforms are not the government. They're not the entity that is engaged in censorship and maybe we should define that term, because when you look at it in terms of First Amendment law, the constitutional protections we have are protections against government actions, not private actions. Typically what we think of when the government restricts speech that censorship win a private entity does. That's editing. That's selling rules for that private form. So we're talking about very different things. Where it gets cloudy to me is where I look at the public media, excuse me, the social media forum as the public square. I mean, why is it phenomenologically different than a physical space we call the public square? Which is maintained by the government. It's not doesn't belong to the government. They may even belong to the businesses surrounding the square, but it's maintained by the government for access and for the good of the tragedies, so the tragedy of the commons doesn't develop. And so there is access to stand up on a platform and render free speech. It's protected by the government. Why can't we do that or what is different about this electronic space from the actual physical space of public sphere? There are a couple of things about that. One is, what is called the public forum doctrine, evolve through the 20th century in First Amendment law. And that is kind of think of it as kind of like a First Amendment easement on public property. And that is, as the Supreme Court put it from time immemorial public streets, parks, sidewalks have been considered to be places for public communication. And so people will do parades or protests or things like that. And there's subject to very limited rules for what the government can do. A social media platform is different in that it's not owned by the government. It's not governed by constitutional rules. And it's certainly arguable that those entities should be able to determine what kind of community they want to foster for people who participate in those. Spaces. And another main difference is when you're talking about the government, it has a monopoly on control over public property. And that is, you know, either if the government says you can't march in the streets, that applies to everybody. Social media platforms come in all shapes and sizes. People who don't like one can move to another. And some are certainly larger and more influential with others. No question about that. But if they weren't always that way, and alternatives have grown up over time. So there are a lot of differences between the private spaces that exert control over what kind of terms and policies. As opposed to government controlled spaces that are subject to constitutional rules. You know, it just occurs to me that it reminds me of Alex Alexis to talk Phil's observations in 1824 that he essentially wrote in on democracy or democracy in America..

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Robert Reilly Discusses Slavery and the 1619 Project

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Robert Reilly Discusses Slavery and the 1619 Project

"I'm glad that you have written this expanded edition of America on trial with clarity on the ridiculousness of the 1619 Project. One thing Erica might say that reinforces the point you just made that slavery was in institution from time immemorial is one thing the 1619 Project neglects to notice as they're saying the slavery was introduced in 1619 when black slaves were brought by Dutch traders to Virginia is that slavery was already widespread in the area of the American colonies, practiced by the Native Americans. Who enslaved each other. Can you imagine, can you imagine? But again, this is because we're both Christians. We understand that mankind has fallen. And a part from the God of scripture, what we do is scandalous is inhuman. So yes, slavery has existed. Always, it's a horror and we are right to be horrified by it, but if anything, it has been serious Christians that have labored against the slave trade. I wrote a book about William wilberforce, whom Frederick Douglass revered, so if a freed slave like Frederick Douglass can revere a white English man for taking a biblical stand against the slave trade, you do have to wonder how we could get to a point where we have to clarify that slavery was not invented by white people in 1619 and Jamestown. It's almost funny, but it's but it's

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"revere" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:45 min | Last month

"revere" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"We need more Paul Revere's out there not less So I always tell you during the show you know we get comments criticisms I listen to them during the break I read your emails and people so I leave my Facebook page open for comments and people comment in the back end then a lady Marie just commented OMG I have to shut you off I'm a true conservative from New Jersey And I love the rush but he was never an alarmist dial it back Oh Marie I'm wondering well I wouldn't categorize Russia's an alarmist I think that's an opinion based term more than anything But I'm not sure Marie you and I listen to the same rush libo because man no one adored Rush Limbaugh more than me but when rush saw a problem believe me Russia was the first one with no BS to come out and say hey you said we got a problem here I'm not sure what radio I was you were listening to And if you want me to pretend and you want to turn off the radio and pretend like this inflation crisis and debt crisis and that spiral we're going through is just going to go away by flowery thoughts and singing kumbaya and making s'mores then yes turn me off You're right And you'll get kicked in the teeth with this crisis when it comes your way I told you we can fix it I've said it repeatedly I'll always be an optimist about the future of the United States cause bless this country The minute we were founded But let's not pretend everything's going you know peaches and cream right now so we can pat each other on the back And just start singing campfire songs while the country decays in front of us No no no no You're right I'm not your guy then And that's all right And let me get to this Hey stand up for what you believe in can be challenging I know But there are basic things you can do to stand up for your principles like buying from companies that believe in what you and I believe in We've got to stick together now more than.

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Is America About to Go Through a National Divorce?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 3 months ago

Is America About to Go Through a National Divorce?

"A new poll shows that forty one percent of biden voters and fifty two percent of trump voters at least somewhat agree that the time has come the split the country into red and blue states. What is your take on this. What is that paul. Can you send that to me. Connor we have been warning about this for quite some time that the country is about to go to a national divorce and you see a lot of conservative podcasters following our lead on that we've been. We've been on top of that honestly because of you the amazing listeners. You guys have been emailing us. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com and we tens of thousands of emails in every week or two and so we really get a good idea of. What are you thinking. What's going on here. Are you happy with your current government. And so i just wanna thank those of you that amazingly support us. Business insider majority of trump voters believe. It's time to split the country into to. This is where we are headed quickly. I said this in a meeting recently and it just got totally silent people. Decide what do you mean. And by the way let me just be very clear because lot of journalists watch this. I think this is terrible. I don't support it and it is tragic but it's true. This is what's happening university of virginia center for politics poll. Uva surveyed two thousand voters. Half of whom voted for trump hafer biden late july in order to get a better understanding the growing split between the democrat party. So i asked. I asked people to question. What do i have in common with. Ibm inc supporting transgender activists. In san francisco they want peace of people forcibly vaccinated. I don't they think america's racist i don't they think our history goes the gutter. I don't they want our borders open. I want our borders closed. They love the tech companies. I don't they don't revere the constitution. I do go through the list. Besides us both using dollar bills to transact our business relationships. What do i have in common with that person. They're starting to say. I don't wanna live in the same country as them and guess what that's what our side is saying to.

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Vaccine Mandates Are About Power; Not Helth

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Vaccine Mandates Are About Power; Not Helth

"Dennis prager here an interesting outright now from cnbc. On the thing that i have wanted merck says it is now. it's new. Cova pill reduces the risk of hospitalization and death by half some patients they face three trial of merck and rich back bio therapeutics oral antiviral treatment. Mall nuke you know it's funny. All of these teams are tough. The first time and like i remember hydroxy chloroquine and now it comes off the tongue like hello. Let's see mal new pie. Revere mary go ma new pie revere why do they make up. These names that showed it reduced the risk of hospitalization or death by around fifty percent of covert patients merck plant seek emergency use authorization in the us it author if if off the rise by regulatory bodies mo new pair of air could be the first oral antiviral medicine for covert. So here's an interesting question if you if this is out. Why do we insist that people take the vaccine because it has nothing to do with health. It's in the guise of health just like the destruction of america and the power to the left emanates from anti-racism. It's the it's simply the front. Under which power is exercised

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"revere" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"revere" Discussed on Radio Boston

"What's the message. You want to deliver tumor genie this afternoon. In what specifically do you want to hear from her. So i i do give credit because this is the first. I've heard as mayor and i've been married for six years now This is the first time. I've heard from any mayor boston or leader working collaboratively on this specific issue. So i i do give her credit and the willingness to be able to do that and i'm happy to work towards responsible regional solutions Mayor jenny knows that the challenges of mass and cavs probably better than anyone and this is. It's in her neighborhood. And i will send with her to work toward more. Buy in from cities and towns throughout the region. It's not one communities burden to bear alone. it's obscene reveres. It's not City of boston. We have to be together and and work together on that. And she's she's right about that but it can't just be displacement to to another community either and we need a real coalition. We need a real regional solutions. We need something that's responsible And actually i look forward to talking to mayor janey about today. That was revere mayor. Brian regan. He is speaking with acting mayor. Kim genia boston a little later this afternoon. So let's get some more context on the situation unfolding act that area around massachusetts avenue in melania kaspovar. Wbrc deborah. becker was listening in on. That conversation with rigo joins us now deb. Welcome back thank you. So i'm just going to start by asking you your reactions to what you just heard. Well i i think he's got a point If if he did in fact learn of this Through a voicemail and was not getting consistent information then i think that mayor rigo Certainly has reason to have a lot of questions and a lot of concerns about this proposal. and the you know comparing it to what happened in revere for covert and being able to set up Some sort of emergency services on quick notice. He's right he had partners. He had the state and in this case It doesn't seem to be the same. So i think his concerns are legitimate at the same time There are real problems in that neighborhood of boston. in boston has been trying for a long time to get other communities involved in to get help and it hasn't happened at this point so mary rigo and i didn't discuss this deb. But the neighborhood. Around mass and cass recently. Put a stop to a plan to house. People have vacant best western roundhouse in the area correct. That's right Victory programs had a contract to use two floors of that hotel for up to thirty..

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We Need To Honor America’s First Responders

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 4 months ago

We Need To Honor America’s First Responders

"Can you also talk about just first responders in general on nine eleven as this episode airs this day where remembering people that went into the conflict and went into the fire and went into try and sacrifice themselves for a broader purpose. That kind of commitment to duty which i feel. We're losing in our country right now. Can you talk about that in your own personal life and how that's a value you and your at your company really tried to embody Nine eleven in the actual day has burned into my mental psyche as it has with millions of other people as a medic and the training that we've gone through and i correlate it back with judy of august october. Twenty seventeen in las vegas. Your training kicks in and the firefighters. That i know that i that i revere and and it's not just firefighters. It's all of our law enforcement my my belief on this and the little things that drives minute in coffee is these are the true minute. These are the true american heroes that have sacrificed so much per. so many. How many other professions besides our military and our first responders actively put that uniform on and go out and put themselves into harm way arms. They and sacrifice what what other people can't even fathom in me. That is what the enemy of a minute then. It's whether we're standing up and fighting the tyrants seventy three seventy four seventy five seventeen seventy sex or modern day blazing into that fire and rescue those children or or just coming up and within the law enforcement end the medic community and i think the first responded community is getting a bad rap. Now with this cancel cauldron law enforcement and you know the. The big shots are medics paramedics are. Emt's no they're sung heroes in para medicine and we need to honor them. We need to honor this entire

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The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 4 months ago

The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

"The time has come to reclaim what is ours. As I write in American Marxism. What is ours, the American Republic from those who seek to destroy it. If we expect others to rescue our nation for us, as we go about our daily lives as mere observers to what is transpiring Or close our eyes and ears to current events. We will lose the struggle and yes, it's a struggle. We've allowed the American Marxists to define who we are as a people. They d famous land. Our ancestors in history and trash have founding documents and principles. They're mostly reprobates who hate the country. And have contributed nothing to its betterment. Fact they live off the sweat and toil of others. You While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining its sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. The ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible for the enslavement. Impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protest stations from some in our society who embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. But attempted disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential and leadership positions of the Democratic Party, media, academia, culture and so forth. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Tom Paine. To name just a few. And become energized and inspired by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison.

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The Ride of Sybil Ludington

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:01 min | 4 months ago

The Ride of Sybil Ludington

"Night in question that gave civil place in history was on april. Twenty six seventeen seven civil had just turned sixteen years old on the evening. In question a writer came to their home to tell her father that the british had attacked and burn the town of danbury connecticut. The ludington house was located just south of connecticut. Along the coast from long island british. General william tyron had come to destroy the arms and ammunition stockpiles with over two thousand men. Curdle ellington had to assemble the four hundred militiamen in the county to defend themselves from the british. The problem was the militia had been disbanded for the winter and hadn't yet reassembled. The record is in clear on what happened next either. Civil volunteered or her father asked her but either way. Civil set out to warn the residents of nearby towns and to assemble the militia. She supposedly grabbed a stick and set up with her horse at nine pm with their sticks. She prided the horse and used it to knock on the doors. Of all the houses she stopped at all evening. She wrote around putnam county warning the citizens and calling the militia to assemble all night long. She called out. The british are burning. Danbury through the darkness of night she wrote a forty miles or sixty four kilometers. She took a circular route through the county visiting the towns of carmel mayo pack. Ken cliffs and farmers mill before returning. Home herreid wasn't just long. It was dangerous now. Not only were there loyalists in the region but there were british troops and a local group of outlaws known as skinner's plus. It rained that night and she had to do most of the rides soaking wet when she got back home in the morning. She was exhausted and soaked but she had done her job. The militia was assembled and they were able to drive general tyron back to long island. Sound civil was congratulated by our neighbors and supposedly by george washington himself just as a point of comparison. Symbols ride was three times longer than paul. Reveres she did it in the rain and she did it during the war. When there were actual enemies about paul veers ride was done just before the war started and there wasn't any danger from the british yet.

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MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Challenges Antony Blinken Over Afghanistan 'Betrayal'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:11 min | 5 months ago

MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Challenges Antony Blinken Over Afghanistan 'Betrayal'

"Even andrea mitchell has turned the trump hating democrat loving andrea mitchell of nbc news challenging the secretary of state yesterday on nbc. Listen to this. We evacuated our embassy and there have been cables back then. I know you must be familiar with or your teams are of people who feel completely betrayed and these are thousands of people that we rely on it. Embassies all embassies around the world. The message is going forward that we will not be loyal they were told about the evacuation. They were not put on those choppers with our american staff and they were forced many of them to find their own way through the taliban checkpoints and they get turned away at the airport and some even got turned away once they were inside. So what is the message to people working for the us. Government veterans groups are angry about the issue and then there are all the millions of afghan women who have told their daughters and been raised under this promise of a future which the taliban are already. According to ambassador revere today is denying. There are horrifying examples from provinces and from inside kabul people being targeted door to door people in safe houses being out. And all this promise of you will be safe. The taliban spokesman said stay in your home is because we haven't told all of our people how to treat women how to respect women. They also say you can go to school. You can work as long as you comply with sharia law which under their interpretation is the most extreme example of the islamic code is seen anywhere in the world i of the eighty two thousand plus people who have been evacuated about forty five forty six percent have been women and children and we've been intensely focused particularly on making sure that we can get women at risk out of out of harm's way

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J.J. Watt's Secret to Mental Strength

Men In Blazers

01:38 min | 5 months ago

J.J. Watt's Secret to Mental Strength

"My guest today is a bona fide. Day great american born in waukesha wisconsin plus with superhuman quality size strength power quick hands and feet america to dominate. Nfl lines of scrimmage since two thousand eleven defining himself as a warrior. One man wrecking crew future hall of famer. National women's soccer league aficionado box jumping legend who's also a chelsea fan extraordinaire. Welcome to men in blazers. Mr. jj watt. Thank you roger to kind. That was good intro. Jj are so many reasons. I revere ye above old your journey to becoming one of the best players in nfl history which has been a saga overcome challenges after another defying doubters haters illness injury along the way it said that addition to your physical gifts you have intense mental strength the ability to set your mind to a challenge and make it. So what's the secret to perseverance. Belief and dana confidence. I think it's partially a little bit of craziness. I think that there's probably a little bit of insanity in there where you go through some situations where people would say. Maybe now's a good time to stop and you say now. I don't think it is whether it was some of the injuries. I've gone through with my back the broken leg or transferring schools in college. Whatever it is. There's always been some people that said this the right decision is this the right thing to do and for some reason or another way. My parents raised me. When i was a kid. The answer has always been absolutely a threat thing to do.

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The Greatest Need in Our Life

Pray the Word with David Platt

01:58 min | 6 months ago

The Greatest Need in Our Life

"Judges chapter nineteen verse one in those days when there was no king in israel a certainly vite was so journeying in the remote parts of the hill country of ephraim who took himself a concubine from bethlehem in judah. This verse begins one of the most horrible stories. And all of the bible as one sin leads to another and another and by the end evil and violence unspeakable evil and violence or having their way. But the reason i read judges nineteen verse. One awhile lead us to pray. According to it is because it all begins with the rejection of god as king. In those days there was no king in israel. And if god is not king thrown of our hearts king on the throne in our lives king on the throne in the church king on the throne in our families just keep going where god is not honored and revered and worshipped as king then unspeakable sin and evil will follow the greatest need and every one of our hearts is to worship god as king. The greatest need in every one of our families is to worship. God is king the greatest need in churches to worship god as king. The greatest need every single person's life around us. Our greatest need in the world is to see and bald in revere and worship and follow god as king so we pray god today we confess you are the king of kings you're the lord of lords. Jesus you rule and reign overall and we worship you as king and we pray together today be the king of our hearts

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Why Autor Micah Wilder Was Threatened With Excommunication From the Mormon Church

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:13 min | 6 months ago

Why Autor Micah Wilder Was Threatened With Excommunication From the Mormon Church

"Monkey. You were saying earlier. That as you're going through this process you think anybody are thinking. Well okay Maybe i can help reform Mormonism from within whatever discovering is true and the mormons that you know they revere the word of god so they should be good with this At the same time of it doesn't work out that way. When did you get the phone. Call you or you have call elder wilder. When did that message come through. Did give us the background there. Yeah so what led up to. that is after. I'd come to this. saving faith. In revelation through the book of hebrews at the mormon church was not what it claimed to be I had actually publicly professed in front of about forty or fifty mormon missionaries. My new found faith. In jesus christ so as a missionary whose concluding my two year mission trip i was supposed to stand up and share my testimony in my testimony had radically changed from the beginning of my mission to the end and so i actually publicly professed that. I believe that jesus was all that i needed that. I was saved by his grace and not by works. And i now new for the first time in my life that i had right standing with god and the forgiveness of my sins through the shed blood of christ and so as a result of that public testimony my mormon leader ended up calling me and said we need to. We need to chat and so that was when the two of us went into a meeting and we talked for about three hours. And i very candidly shared with him. The things that i had been reading in the bible that i come to know that salvation was independent of the mormon church of any religious institution but totally dependent on christ alone told him that i no longer needed the mormon prophet or any earthly man to mediate between me and god that there was one god and one mediator in that is christ and so all of these things I came forward To him and he responded by telling me that. I was filled with the spirit of the devil And i was being deceived by satan and then he threatened excommunicate me in my mission was terminated. Three weeks early and at that point then is a twenty one year old Mormon missionary was put on a plane and sent back to utah and had to face my family and my

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Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society

"They're mostly reprobates who hate the country in which they live. Have contributed nothing. So it's betterment. Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others while they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible. The enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. Attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential or leadership positions in the Democratic Party, media, academia, the culture and etcetera and I might add. Many in the Republican Party. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren. Samuel Adams. John Hancock. Paul Revere. Thomas Paine, to name a few. And become energized and spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington. Thomas Jefferson. John Adams. James Madison. Benjamin Franklin. And many others. Well. They have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated The most powerful military force on Earth. And found the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of

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We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 6 months ago

We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More

"Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others. While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx. His writings are responsible for the enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embracing advanced Marxism, Marxism score ideas. An attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. Bear with me. I'm reading with one eye. These are the useful idiot to occupy. And influence our leadership positions in the Democratic Party media academia in the culture. But we must take solace. Find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Thomas Paine. To name a few. Become energized and in spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison. Benjamin Franklin and many others. Well, they have smeared and degraded. While they have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We must continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated the most powerful military force on Earth. Founded the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of mankind.

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'American Marxism' Is Written to Expose an Ideology

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 6 months ago

'American Marxism' Is Written to Expose an Ideology

"Now, this book isn't written. To just promote the book. This book is written to expose an ideology. To expose how they're devouring different institutions in this country. To inform Not just you, but our fellow citizens. This is the pamphlet that I hope it will be. That is the book. Modern day pamphlet to get into the hands and get the information of their minds as many people as possible. Try right. The wave of the wave of repression sweeping our nation is not unlike the earliest days of the French, Russian and Chinese revolutions. All were promoted as popular movements. And people's revolutions. Intended to establish Russo in communalism and Marxists, egalitarianism. But that is where the similarity ends. These revolutions were sold as liberation movements with the masses of the proletariat would rise up against the governing tyranny. In the corrupt society. They became genocidal police states. Of course, Unlike the other governments and societies, America is a constitutional representative Republic. Not a tyranny. Not a monarchy, not a dictatorship. There's no widespread dissatisfaction in America. In fact, most Americans are patriotic and revere the country. But the forces of false liberation today are led by fanatical ideologues and activists. Who are the real purveyors of tyranny and even totalitarian ism. They use propaganda, sabotage and subversion. In an effort to demoralize, destabilize and ultimately destroy. Existing society and culture.

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'American Marxism' Achieves Over Half a Million Copies Sold

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 6 months ago

'American Marxism' Achieves Over Half a Million Copies Sold

"I want you to be Really quite uplifted by something. American Marxism. In the first week sold as you know, 400,000 copies, hardcover and all other platforms. Unheard of This past week it sold Another 150,000. The vast majority of which were hardcover. This has given a take was the final numbers aren't in likely a bit higher. That's 550,000 copies in one form or another of American Marxism in the hands of half a million people. The book. Many books and audio But a book. A substantive book. A serious book. And at the end of the book, an action plan in the book. This gives me a lot of hope. Because when you folks read the book and take your time, but when you read the book You'll be able to pass the knowledge and information on the person down the street. People who live with you. And others. This is important. This is our Thomas Paine and Paul Revere moment. Not because I said it, but because it is And you are all participating in it. You are all participating in it.

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You Will Be the Paul Revere's of 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 7 months ago

You Will Be the Paul Revere's of 'American Marxism'

"I just want to make sure every one of you is with us. And has your copy of American Marxism. As I said before. One of the men I admire so much as Thomas Paine. And one of the greatest documents ever written. Was 45 Excuse me. 47 page long pamphlet on the American crisis. And George Washington thought so too. There are a country of about 2 2.5 million people, 200,000 people. 10% of the population. Read that pamphlet. It would be as if 30 million people read the book That's not going to happen. But that's why I mentioned Paul Revere. You're going to be the Paul Revere's, too. We're gonna spread the word. I think our fellow citizens who loved this country whether they be democratic Republican or nothing. Whether they be black or white or brown or whatever. Whether they be gentile or Jew. Regardless whether they be fifth generation citizen or newly minted immigrant. If you love this country will put aside any superficial differences. And we will rally to the defense. Of our liberty. The future for our Children and our

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Ty Seidule Went From Revering Robert E. Lee to Being One of His Fiercest Detractors

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

01:59 min | 7 months ago

Ty Seidule Went From Revering Robert E. Lee to Being One of His Fiercest Detractors

"Ties julie. Thank you so much for. Coming to the podcast. Oh jonathan my absolute pleasure to be here. Thank you for inviting me. I found out about your book. Your book has been out for more than a year. Now right no. It came out the end of january this year. Oh the end of january. This year. Because i got an email from rancher now who is the pulitzer prize winning author of biographies on alexander. Hamilton george washington. The latest one grant and He sent me an email and he said you must read. You must read robert e lee and me by ties egeli. You have to read it It is right up your alley. And i'm so glad he recommended it and i'm so glad i read it because it truly is something i've been dying to read and that is a white southerner taking on race racism but most importantly the myth of the lost cause And so how about we. Just start right at the beginning. Who were you when you were a young kid. Growing up in virginia. Who did you want to model your life after jonathan i. It's crazy to say it. But i wanted to be like robert e lee and i did. My first. chapter book was about robert e lee. My dad taught at a school in northern virginia. Where the descendants of robert e lee were He was the ultimate virginia. Gentlemen and educated christian gentleman and everything in my life in alexandria led me to believe that he was that he was this great person. If it's like that old movie Spinal tap on a scale of one to ten. I would have said lee was in eleven you know and even though i was a good episcopalian went to church every sunday. I was ahead. Acolyte later in high school i would have jesus in the four five six range so it wasn't as though is that i saw lee as good i it was reverential.

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'American Marxism' Book Is About Rallying a Movement

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 7 months ago

'American Marxism' Book Is About Rallying a Movement

"I also want to thank those of you who have priority copies of American Marxism on the day This book is released. It will be a short of getting a first edition copy. It's almost 40% off on Amazon's. It's a little over 17 bucks. I'm hoping we can use it as a There's an important document if you will. So we can rally around. Cause galvanized the entire nation, not just pockets of the nation, but the entire nation. And each and every one of you can become Paul and Paulette reveres. I am so blessed to have you in this audience. I am so blessed. To have a microphone. I have to pinch myself every now and then. Is a truly great honor to be here. I have nothing but respect for you. And I always will and always do treat you with respect. I will never scam you will never write books. That are pointless. That are filled with nonsense. That are self promoting. Every one of these books. Takes really a smart person to digest. And you digest them all.

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Interview With Actress, Sarah Paulson

Awards Chatter

01:35 min | 7 months ago

Interview With Actress, Sarah Paulson

"Surplus thank you. So much for doing the podcast. I feel like a long time coming. I mentioned to you on twitter. I looked up the last time we did. A proper interview was two thousand twelve. Which is you know whatever nine nine years ago but like a lifetime ago when we think about the fact i just want to note a few things. It was right after game change but before the emmy nomination it was before the second season of american horror story which was your first big one with ryan. It was back at a time when you said you were still auditioning. You are still sort of anonymous. You weren't yet. sir paulson. Who second home is at the emmys. who other actors are you know revering. Who has this crazy twitter following which. I've been reminded of this week. So i guess i just first of all congratulations on everything that's since we've been in touch but not for full thing like this graduations and secondly does it feel like a lot has happened in the last nine years. Oh my god it feels like a lot is happening tonight. The last nine years. I mean i remember. I think we were at a real estate where we were born. You're at the office in new york city. And i remember sitting down with you and i remember you saying. I think you're going to get nominated for game change. And i was like no way. I don't think i really do think so. I think. I don't. I never been nominated before and i just couldn't imagine that it was true and you seem pretty confident and i liked that about you right away

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"revere" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"revere" Discussed on Pantheon

"Your dot com and check out some of our sweet merch that we got right now because everybody just did A drawing of us as The scooby doo gang and saw i was actually it was. It's like a double thing because the ghost apart here was actually a character on. Scooby doo for real never real. Oh wow. isn't that what you name came from. But i learned that alba. We were bad. Yeah wow i'm surprised hanna-barbera or has ensued you yet. Assist right is eisenson thing. Plus don't that out in the world. I don't want that i'm not redacting any paul reveres. Actual goats hasn't suited. Because it actually. What does that behind. What's up behind you. Actually it's me just seven four zero four tap. Oh hasn't college don't worry russet anyone if anyone has worked just a horse lord lord if anyone has a creepy setup russets you because you have like a little crawlspace with the door propped open and i keep thinking that any minute someone's gonna burst through that. No one's bursting through there. There's zip died that rest of the cabinet thing. I know that every human being has zip ties that's brew shapiro shit. Of course. I have some next to me at my desk for management on my pedal boards but also. They're about yea big. Mike camera there it is. Oh the size of roaches in richmond virginia. Yeah they're about the size of roaches journey. That's very. That's very astute. Nightmare of a person. Kyle griff missy. Man to man is not seen everybody. I hope we get to see each other sooner than later. Yeah but griffin sherry from the ghost of paul revere their latest release good at losing. Everything is streaming everywhere. You can get that literally anywhere where you stream albums you can also buy it on vinyl at their web site which goes to paul revere dot com. I believe sale at tower records for sure who they go and What else was going to say by their merge support them on patriot fan and Thank you for everyone who's bought merch for long. May you young so far. We still got some stuff. Hats and assam. Good shit we still we. Would you wear one right behind. Sub for sure. I'm hat fiend. Dude text me your address. I'll street you won a ghost one. Hell yeah do you have a vinyl are vinyl either yet. I don't think so. He came out this year. Can get your definitely nelson. I'll send you one of the hat and one of those. I'll send you vinyl and ours to me right. This is my favorite thing about being like hanging out with other bands. We're just like you want my stuff. Yeah we have a sony. Sportsman walk walkman player. Would that's the the weirdest combination of english words. That didn't make any sense as bad as sony walkman. The sportsman edition in our fan is the yellow. Listen to friends the white one. Oh the whites waterproof larry. Yeah those are sweet. We keep it in the van just so we can listen to our like to band that we meet on the road to their cigarettes. Don't know no. We didn't make sweden make cd's for records garden. Did you guys make. Did you make cd's. Yeah we didn't yeah. We just didn't see a lot of bands trying to like put up cassettes. I've seen a few of those. Yeah i don't know why. Why would you even bother. I mean do you miss his that much..

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"revere" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"revere" Discussed on KTRH

"Dressed up as a Paul Revere liberty other patriots are unbelievably heartwarming this became it's own little subset of the program and its right there all there at rush revere dot com with the free boxed icon while supplies last we're summing up order this no no no no this is not we're not selling a Martin this is not a sales pitch at all although the publisher is thinking that we ought to re issue summoned paperback but we haven't decided what is this why is was a labor of love for Catherine may were thrilled to be able to share these adventures with you it was it was so much fun to write these work and by the way I did the audio version of every one of these things and it saw it was just so much fun it was such a delight to take a stab at the opportunity to teach a twelve year old the truth about the founding of America wants everybody to love this country we want everybody to understand how special and blessed it is not because we're better people that's not what American exceptionalism is American exceptionalism is not that we are better people by our DNA a special that we're brighter smart that's not what American exceptionalism is you American exceptionalism is you know the history of the human condition of the world as folks I don't know how many of you ever stop to really think about it the history of the human condition is misery the vast majority from the beginning of time whenever that is whenever that was the vast majority of human beings have lived lives of poverty they have not lived lives of plenty they have not lived lives of what we consider creature comforts most people never know about electricity most people never know better plans most people never knew about automobiles most people never knew about the internet combustible engine most people knew nothing but manual labor most people know nothing but tear running is the former government most people had nothing most people have very little because they were not free they were born free the natural yearning of the human spirit is created by god is free but there are people on this earth you want to deny that freedom and control that freedom the United States is exceptional because it is the first nation in the history of mankind which constructed itself around the premise that the citizen runs the show that the citizen is intrinsically free alienable rights that government cannot deny because they come from god they are part of our creation the constitution of this country limits what government can do the first ten amendments the bill of rights limit what government can do not limit what the people can do the first ten amendments spell out what the people are free to do that the government cannot stop that has never happened in human history that's the exception and that's why everybody wants to come to America because of the freedom the on leash to freedom that then unleashes opportunity and potential first time in human history we wish that the Brits got close with the Magna Carta magna Carter was one of the foundational building blocks but never has there been any where in the world everything like the United States of America it's a blast it is special your kids need to know what if they haven't been taught the truth about it that's why what's happening now is ripping my heart out shutting down the twenty two trillion dollar economy with stories today that the two hundred and forty thousand that's why we don't know where that came from one of those numbers those numbers are different one of my daughters gave us the number the health people gave us the number take a break we'll come back and continue rush revere dot com make sure you look for the free box icon.

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"revere" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"revere" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Dressed up as a Paul Revere liberty other patriots are unbelievably heartwarming this became it's own little subset of the program and its right there all there at rush revere dot com with the free boxed icon while supplies last we're summing up order this is no no no no this is not we're not selling a Martin this is not a sales pitch at all the publisher is thinking that we ought to re issue summoned paperback but we haven't decided what this is why is was a labor of love for Catherine may were thrilled to be able to share these adventures with you it was it was so much fun to write these what I did the audio version of every one of these things and it saw it was just so much fun it was such a delight to take a stab at the opportunity to teach a twelve year old the truth about the founding of America wants everybody to love this country we want everybody to understand how special and blessed it is not because we're better people that's not what American exceptionalism is American exceptionalism is not that we are better people by our DNA is special that we're brighter smart that's not what American exceptionalism is you American exceptionalism is you know the history of the human condition in the world as folks I don't know how many of you ever stop to really think about it the history of the human condition is misery the vast majority from the beginning of time whenever that is whenever that was the vast majority of human beings have lived lives of poverty they have not lived lives of planting they have not lived lives of what we consider creature comforts most people never knew about electricity most people never know better plans most people never knew about automobiles most people never knew about the ending the combustible engine most people knew nothing but manual labor most people know nothing but tear running is the former government most people had nothing most people have very little because they were not free they were born free the natural yearning of the human spirit is created by god is free but there are people on this earth who want to deny that freedom and control that freedom the United States is exceptional because it is the first nation in the history of mankind which constructed itself around the premise that the citizen runs the show that the citizen is intrinsically free in alien abor writes that government cannot deny because they come from god they are part of our creation the constitution of this country limits what government can do the first ten amendments the bill of rights limit what government can do not limit what the people can do the first ten amendments spell out what the people are free to do that the government cannot stop that has never happened in human history that's the exception and that's why everybody wants to come to America because of the freedom the on leash to freedom that then on leashes opportunity and potential the first time in human history we went to the bridge got close with the Magna Carta magna Carter was one of the foundational building blocks but never has there been any where in the world everything like the United States of America it's a blast it is special your kids need to know what if they haven't been taught the truth about it that's why what's happening now is ripping my heart out shutting down the twenty two trillion dollar economy with stories today that the two hundred and forty thousand deaths in a while we don't know where that came from Warren and White House you know those numbers those numbers are different one of my orders gave us.

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"revere" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"revere" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A juvenile revere beach police say the shooting happened Saturday afternoon in front of victory city church on west twentieth street after a funeral service so far police are only releasing the name a forty seven year old Royce Freeman who died at the scene a fifteen year old boy also died and a woman was hurt but is expected to make a full recovery investigators believe the because the shooting was a dispute between the shooters and relatives of the person for whom the funeral service was held in the state house passed a bill that would let people carry guns a church is that your property with schools current state law lets people carry weapons of religious institutions but not at schools Republican representative cord bird voted yes with a sickness in our society and good people good honest people need the ability to defend themselves because yeah police are minutes away when seconds count mass shootings at churches and synagogues in Texas and Pennsylvania have highlighted the issue but no one has filed a companion bill in the state Senate and the opera singer who breached two checkpoints are president trump's Mar a Lago resort is in custody after picking her mom up at the airport John Jeffries has details on Friday Hannah Rome held smashed through two checkpoints before successfully eluding deputies who shot up the black SUV she was driving yesterday the Miami Herald reported that she then drove the bullet riddled vehicle to Palm Beach International Airport to pick up her mom the women checked into a motel were deputies caught up with and arrested her John Jeffries NBC news radio and thousands of people in Miami are showing their support for Venezuela's opposition leader water quite go the Miami Herald reports that during a Miami rally Saturday quite spoke to a crowd of an estimated thirty five hundred on his way home from a two week international tore and Casey price stopped all twenty nine shots as the Canadian shut out the Panthers for two zero Montreal has won six of eight well Florida had won six straight coming into the game well Florida's news I'm Sean fan.

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"revere" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"revere" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Paul Revere eighteen today for one seventy five I laments now a lot of numbers that famous day year always about marking history using time on December eighteenth house of representatives impeached the president of the United States an impeachment that will last forever since December eighteenth there been comments about what are we going to send the articles over well we had hoped and that the currency would be extended that we would have seen what the process would be in the Senate short of that of that time has revealed many things since that time has been our friend in all of this because says review yielded incriminating what did you half expect her to break into time is on my side what is she talking about who did not ride of Paul Revere one all right let's go back to Nancy later new email show that ninety one minutes after trump's phone call with other presidents Lansky a top office of management and budget aid as the department of defense to hold off on the roof caved route you crane eight on December twenty ninth revelations emerge about the OMB director and acting chief of staff Romanies role in the delay of the effort by lawyers of the intended ministration to justify the delay and the alarm this is very important at the alarm that the delay time of because within the administration on January second newly unredacted Pentagon emails which helps the painted on the president's loft raise serious concerns by the trump administration officials by trump administration said they were concerned about the legality of the president's hold on aid to Ukraine on January sixth former trump national security adviser John Bolton said he would comply with a subpoena to testify in that he has new relevant information on January thirteenth reports emerged the Russian government hacked the returning gas company charisma as part of their ongoing effort to influence US elections to support it in support of president trump and just yesterday the house committee two of our chairman here chairman German Nadler judiciary chairman and chief of intelligence a German Eliot Engel of foreign affairs and your woman alone is of the government reform they release new evidence pursuant to a have subpoena it it it left harness you know who that is an associate really drive me that further proves the president was in central player in the scheme to pressure Ukraine for the own benefit in the twenty twenty a lot this is about the constitution of the United States and its importance to the the president can now and put into now the American voter voters in America should decide who our president is not that in the Clinton who came in Russia so today I am very proud to present the managers we'll bring the case which we have great confidence in terms of impeaching the president and his removal but this further evidence insist that and we wouldn't be in this situation having not waited insist that there be that there be witnesses and that we see documentation and now you see some of that change happening on the Senate side I hope it does for the good of our country and to honor our constitution so today on the floor will pass a resolution naming the managers as I mentioned appropriating the funds for the trial and the transmitting the articles of impeachment of the president of the United States for trying to influence of foreign governments for his own personal and political benefit here Adam Schiff of California lead managers kept chairman chef is as you know chair of the permanent subcommittee on intelligence is serving his tenth term in Congress his name before Congress Mr Shipp was a California state senator and served as a federal prosecutor in the US attorney's office in Los Angeles for six years most notably prosecuting the first federal FBI agent to be indicted for espionage chairman Jerry Nadler terror of the house Judiciary Committee is serving his fifteenth term in Congress Mr rather served as the top Democrat on the judiciary subcommittee on the constitution civil rights and civil liberties for thirteen years before Congress Mister Nadler served the New York State Assembly for sixteen years now here's the Lofgren there's a lot of friends here the health committee on house administration which has jurisdiction over federal elections is a senior member of the house Judiciary Committee ms Lofgren is serving her thirteenth term in Congress this is Joe woman Laughlin's third impeachment as a gesture of committee staffer in the Nixon impeachment as a member of the Judiciary Committee the Clinton impeachment and now as a manager in this impeachment of president from your hub came Jeffries of New York chairman hacking Jeffries is the chair of the house democratic caucus and is currently serving his fourth fourth term in Congress is a member of the house Judiciary Committee of the four being in Congress he served in the assembly of New York for six years an accomplished litigator in private practice before running for elective office Mister Jeffrey Jeffrey's church for color for the honorable Howard bear junior of New York District Court for the Southern District of New York I was one of the al downing Deming's of Florida congresswoman dal Deming's is a member of both the house permanent select committee on intelligence and the house Judiciary Committee Mr Mays serving her second term in Congress before Congress and standing service Orlando police department for twenty seven years part of that time as the first woman police chief in Orlando congressman I was in Jason crow of Colorado is a member of the house Armed Services Committee Mister Crowe served his country our country bravely as an army ranger in Iraq and Afghanistan before coming running for Congress Mister crow was a respected litigator in private practice in Colorado congresswoman Sylvia Garcia of Texas congressman Sylvia Garcia is a member of the house Judiciary Committee before Congress miss Kahn miss Garcia was served in Texas state Senate previously of she was the director and presiding judge of the Houston minutes of a system and was elected city comptroller miss Garcia was later elected the first Hispanic and first woman to be elected in her own right the Harris County commissioners court as you can see of from these descriptions of the emphasis is on litigators the emphasis is on comfort level in the court room the emphasis is making the strongest possible case to protect and defend our constitution to seek the truth for the American people I'm very proud and honored that the seven members distinguished members have accepted the serious responsibility again to protect and defend for the people defending our democracy all right that's about enough of that I think before she named impeachment manager is Nancy Pelosi needed to name a few speech managers I honestly questioning whether she's okay that was one of the most stumbling bumbling speeches I've heard in quite some time especially given the stakes in the gravity she could barely get a word out the impeachment manager is if you were unable to decipher what it was hello she was saying as I said no surprises the lead managers are chef and Jerry Nadler Zoe Lofgren is the chair of the house administration committee Hakeem Jeffries member of the Judiciary Committee Val Deming's who serves on both the select committee on intelligence and the Judiciary Committee chasing crow member of the Armed Services Committee and Sylvia Garcia a member of the committee on the judiciary as well hello she said that she wanted to have people who are comfortable in a court room who had prosecutorial experience you could present the best possible case which is going to go absolutely.

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"revere" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

The Hustle Project Podcast

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"revere" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

"It's Yeah it is cleaner and so it's gotten cleaner now is opportunity for us to have hotels right. So they're they're cleaning phase one on right now. It's an in with even with like having hotel development down there we're GONNA have built at at the Wonderland's tea station it's a Marriott Hotel which will have a restaurant you know all these are going to be the first one in at with drift. But they're like you know we're hopeful and A and I know that they're hopeful that they will be trailblazers and they'll be the first of many with this places where like this how it happens you get one one spot in one place and people say okay. Well I just I hope that the city obviously this is not nothing against you. It's it's just more like. I hope that the city is really behind because I've been involved in projects where the city is behind is supposed to be behind it not and so on and so forth so I really feel like when the city he makes a commitment to back up a business and they're going to invest because this guy's investing everything he has like I don't know him personally but when you open a business you make a lot of personal investment time resources money so when the city says that they're behind him if the city really truly stays behind it. I think he's got a great. He's going to do great but if the city sort of moves moves on and let him fly on his own. It might be a little tougher but the city can do a really good job of pushing from behind is especially when it comes comes to sort of restrictive permanent processes and things like that which I have been a victim of were promised one thing and then things change and people start to play politics and it's like guys I'm I'm just trying to open up a business here. I'm not a politician. If I wanted to do that we could have a different conversation so I get I get the idea that you you could probably speak on behalf of the city but you guys have probably been pretty good about helping push that propel that yeah I mean we re pushing for just for a restaurant even right insulate so that if you look at that section of the beach there are a couple of buildings that have been built already none of them have any kind of commercial oh component or any street level like activity right. It's all like Arto parking on the first floors not really conducive to like like what should be an active and fun place. You're on the beach. There should be like so so and again and this is kind of all before I got in. I get in one of my first meetings with the development team of of wonderland and of the beach. I says album and I said I have to say I'm really disappointed with everything because there's no commercial component. Dissolve retail restaurants. Does nothing here like. We're building building apartments. And we're building people play lose. Their goal was to just build something but there was really no purpose behind it right fairly you. I see postcards of revere beach like back in the day I don't know if it's like the forties and fifties fifties and it was like it was like there was like a carnival destiny. Shai why not. Why not? Why can't it be that again but that it should be the vision of of revision? My opinion I mean what what do you just WanNa put hotels there but this is not. That's not the Cape. It's not supposed to be a sleepy little town. This is revere it would be the same thing for Lynn. You know you're gonNa build something on the waterfront. It's kind of be colorful. It's gotTa have life because it's not sleepy town right right. It's really cool to. We know that though because even though the plane was intact you still have some influence over and you can still make some adjustments and yeah businesses like drift getting there in and maybe you at a little bit of a different look to tell me a little bit about so I know you're I know you're gonna be running for reelection. Tell me a little bit about about what you might be running on this time around. I don't know is that top secret right. No no no yeah I mean. We're we're running on on the fact that we've made so much progress in the last four years and talk a little bit about low hanging fruit and it's all about continuing that progress right and and we have a little thing. We were talking about forwards backwards right and my opponent would absolutely be a setback words for for the community MM unity in for for City Hall. So we're just telling everyone this one continue. We've made a lot of progress. We're gonNA continue going forward. We can't can't really look backwards you know. We can't. We can't jump in a time machine and go back a nineteen fifty. We need to. We need to look forward. I'm raising my a family here. I care about the future of the city. I also can't do it alone so I need a lot of people to help and to be to be willing to to say. Hey we want to continue to move forward because this is we're going the right direction is pretty clear where things are going well and we want to continue that progress us looking at it from the perspective of a citizen of a city. I want to. I want someone who has a passion for for things to get better in my city. I don't want an elected official wants wants things to stay the same so I look at it and say it's a no brainer. How do you lose? I really believe that. I just don't know how you lose unless for some reason and this is something I don't know but it's just doesn't make any sense to me you're literally Gelo. You eat sleep and you know what revere and you have for a long time and everything everything you do has the the overall wellbeing of the city at its core right so and you are human. You might make some mistakes that's true oh absolutely But those mistakes are going to be minimal. Because you're not willing to risk is much as someone else. Would you know because it means too much to you. So I wish you the best of luck Thank you and and and I've had to reveal. Just just kidding I've had the pleasure and opportunity to talk to thousands. The people right and it is humbling when folks recognize a work that you do and they recognize the job Bob and they recognize the fact that that in their opinion. They think I'm doing a good job. Sometimes a great job you know and and that is you. The best reward and having the opportunity to run for reelection is great because I get to have these conversations and people people appreciate that you know there are there are you know there are there are there are very very loud voices that can sound sound like ten thousand people but it's really only tags actually you know and and there's a there there are other folks who who recognize what we've done and see it and see the progress that we've made and they don't they don't have to go on social media to talk about it. They don't have to yell it from the rooftops. I I go to the door when they're talk to them and they recognize it and they say you know. Hey I think you're doing a great job. That's that's rewarding so for me at the end of the day I've done every single thing with every fiber of my being to make the city a better place if I believe if I don't like even if I if I were to lose an election like I know number one I'm not going to get out worked. I know that I'm I'm also not gonNA GONNA have a not GonNa have a lack of things to talk about that we've done and and like show the progress that we've made you know my body of work is there. It's like I judge like at a certain point where I just have like. It's kind of out of my out of my way of looking at it. Too is the only way I can see you. Losing is if the if the voting public blick is not educated in what you've accomplished. That's that's the bottom line the and the and that also works that. If you're the person running against you can can can bark bark louder than you and convince people that you haven't accomplished anything that's it because if you take your body of work. Democracy doesn't work unless the people are educated. If people are not educated democracy doesn't work they end up making undemocratic decisions right so democracy only work with an educated population. So your job really in my opinion is just educate them. If you just educate people if you just put out the information of the things you've accomplished and the progress you've made and your plan for the future. How do people for? How could someone be convinced that this is not good for our city? I mean unless someone selling a magic potion. And they're willing to buy Reich his that happened but I think that I think that given your body of work in your ability to communicate that to people not through an ego driven campaign but more wholesome local I care about my community campaign. I think it's a lock I'm willing to bet on it but I wanNA thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank you it. It was great chatting with you and We'll catch on the next one guys..

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"revere" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

The Hustle Project Podcast

14:02 min | 2 years ago

"revere" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

"To jump around a little bit. I I I get into the city council kind of but my head against a mayor my predecessor and we kinda gotTa have added a bunch and I decided that I'm just going to run against this guy and I'm Gonna I'm GonNa go for it before we go there. I just want to quickly tighten it up a little little bit because I don't want anyone to get lost here because you and I know the story maybe but hold on a second. Let me just go back to win. You ran for for a city council. You one that you can only have so much impact as a city council but must have helped fuel your fire and sort of reinforce a lot of the ideas and sort of help you understand how the more local politics happen in your town. The next step after that was you went into the private sector my right so I was. I was working in the private the whole time town council. It's like part hard time so I was able to work in my job. Only because we've spoke prior to the to the podcast like I do all my guests but while you were ward councillor you you were also working fulltime job which is typical of a ward councillor. What what field where you in so I was working in consulting so for a little bit and and I had worked for the NBA for a little bit too? And so I still had the the Eh to my toes into some of the political is right but then had had another job brown and There came a certain point. Were I said okay. I need to kind of take a leap of faith and and run for mayor. Because I'm I know I'm equipped to do the job. I know I have the ideas and I know. Have the opportunity to to to make this happen and fortunately I got I was like enough to get elected and you mentioned the being at the apex and being a having this opportunity to to essentially make make change happen immediately I had a whiteboard full of ideas of what we're going to do all like everything anything that I had. You know you talk about shopping and shopping in the blade. Those are all the ideas a brain dump of all the things that we WANNA do. Why all right thank you weren't just don't discount because they were just ideas? I'm sure that they were all sort of. They'll have plan as well right well. They've yeah it was it was. They're all connected right. It's all like connective tissue right so it wasn't an idea board. It was more like I have a plan like this is a plan. He's like these are the things we're going to tackle. It went from jotting them down to he didn't like to to take them and saying okay. How are they connected? How do we how do we phase them like what? What do I do I it was first priority was kind of lower on the on the priority list? How do they how are they all connected? And how do we make them happen. You know essentially how you kind of road map out and then and then deal with all the other this is just you know these are just planned right. What about all this stuff? That happens that you have no control just normal day to day of being elected officials so so tell me about it so now you you get elected and immediately you you You start working hard right away. Tell me a little bit about what you've managed to do in the past couple of years as the mayor. 'cause I know there's some big things but go ahead. Yeah so we EH highlight. We set out to do three things really and and it was professionalized. Some of the city services this is that we provide professionalized empire city services that we strengthen neighborhoods and punch of different ways but mostly making investments in the neighborhoods and we wanted to build an economy and because the dog track track had been shutdown around suffolk downs. Horse Track of shutdown was lost on the on the edge of shutting down and NETCO with the property at when I walked in to office. NEKO's property that had been kind of on the edge and we know how that ended so you have these three places that were really the economic engine of the city that are essentially no no more and so like I wanted to do those three things and there were a small division right. That's the big Sir and then you're like how do you get there right. So we to professionalize and modernize the city we upgraded the city's website we we've implemented through one system which makes it really easy for residents to kind of answer any question nearing hearing aids with City Hall. We did you know things like like a financial review that found two million dollars sitting around in in. Tell me about that because we talked about that briefly. But so you you. You're an artist so we do. We walked in wanting to do a real like deep deep dive of the city's finances. I knew that there had to be some fresh eyes. That look at it. And I've been talking about this for years and kind kind of fell on deaf ears so we went in and we had a financial review. Don and I like it's like the technical technicalities of calling in and audit. What'd I do but we were is technically a financial review we dug in and what we essentially had somebody look at every single fund and account in the cities? You know on the balance sheet and find out. I like the way it started. I said I WANNA see. I WANNA see every account that has money in it or every fund that has money that has has had no activity in the last four years so money like for four years. If there's no activity probably a good chance that there has been activity vity for you know so. There were two eighty six different funds and a total of two point two million dollars that had been of unused anew of essentially on US money right and not not not sitting in any interest bearing hiring funds or anything. It's just like money either. That had been appropriated both city council at some point or money that the city God from a seek- grant Iran or a federal grant. Money had had has been sitting there that that was I touched so we found that we were able to put that into work. We did more street and sidewalk repairs like any other so you guys took that Verney immediately. Started reinvesting hell you said. Do you know we're GONNA put some of its reserves right but then we also put some of it wanted to put the majority of say reserves. You mean just for future gangs hangs right now just to hold for security which is a big difference because that means moving forward you guys as the city will sort of have your eye on different opportunities where you can. You can invest stop that capital but that three one one system assuming is from a product of that. Yeah we well we take grant to do that and that was something that I knew do that. We that I wanted to implement and so we sought out of secret. That would allow us to do it. We're able to operationalize it and in subsidize. The project right so there have been. There have been so many things that we've been able to do parks and playgrounds. We've we've renovated probably close to nine the nine recreational facilities. He's or playgrounds park after yourself yet I have not will now. I only ask that because I want to compliment you on the lack of ego you go you have because it's it's pretty easy when you get the level that you're at and to be an elected official to kind of feeds most people. If you have any go and be become an elected it feeds the ego so said downfall doubt. It's just not a good look. I don't want my elected officials to have. It's just not what I look. I'm well it's about the community dates it's about it's all about the residents when we're talking local like we're talking local like this is. This is my community time with federal. We're not talking about state at the state level to a local local. These people living in the same community as you. We don't need to see Brian. Regan's name all over apart so anyways I just want to compliment you really quickly before I forget so go ahead and A. and so then in terms of building economy we. We've been really really intentional about making sure that there are things like restaurants on the beach you know. Hopefully in the very near future there will be the first new restaurant new building with a new restaurant on the beach in like in decades. I just saw actually on facebook pretty I got my. Why is there for other for other potential Hustle Project podcast guests and I noticed that I became friends with a guy who who's who's opening opening the restaurant if he's called drift? Is that correct dre and that was actually something. I really wanted to get into tonight if we have the time. Is that revere like so. Many communities on the north shore a has has its gem sort of it has but it just needs to be polished so lynn that downtown area and the waterfront property there. There's a there's a renaissance going on there. You you know there. It looks beautiful. They're they're really sort of shining that part of the town which used to be their diamond and you know things got pretty ugly. They're growing up you you and I both-both leanest both witnessed it and then Salem for example you know they have that downtown area growing up in the area in the nineties. You wouldn't be caught dead downtown Salem. But now it's bustling locally Congress driving arriving beaut- it's literally beautiful. Revere also has the potential to do that with the beach with the revere beach area which growing up in the nineties was sort of wasn't looked at the best place to be. But what you have in plan in store sort of to help revere beach sort of get. It's it's shine back because I know that there's drift opening and hopefully I can have him on because I from what I understand. You probably know better. This guy's an amazing restaurant or an amazing businessman. This man and he's taking he's making. He's blazing a huge trail right now by opening up on Revere Beach I wish him the best luck but what do you see. What's your vision for revere? Beach Charles how do you get that luster back. Yeah so I think it's already. It's getting there right. So we've we've seen the investment that's been made by the federal government see government local government to to kind of unlock the potential especially around the wonderland station. And that's where we're drift will be opening up and it's really pushing for those spaces that can be you know that can be amenities for the community. Any right there are a lot of people. Who are you know hesitant to embrace any kind of development in the community because they worried about the impact learn about different well more the impact on the school system or more impact on traffic right and and you know trying to educate folks vote like those are valid concerns valiquette service but like trying to educate people on the fact that you know if you look at was happening especially on the beach is a lot of development and a lot of building happening? A lot of that was in the works for years. You know we. We're doing a master your plan now. But the last time the city had a match fluids like the seventies and the the whole idea was to have the beach developed the the master development agreement. That is kind of that. We're seeing happen now on at Wonderland that's been like ten twelve years in the making so we're seeing it happened. Finally we're pushing for some of the amenities but but people get frustrated because they think oh you know this is going to have an impact on the school system which we know that the majority of people who are living on the beach the vast majority and they're very few kids. It's coming out of those buildings. The housing stock is is built to ask family family. Young professionals professionals the retirees retiree he'll retirees empty nesters. They're smaller you know sing a studios or one bedrooms. That are you know eight nine nine hundred square feet one thousand and very few two bedrooms but but the the concern is valid. And we just I have to kind of work through them and educate folks and have them understand that we don't end of the day we can't just say nothing happened because that doesn't really not now from the outside looking in you don't if you're not involved in in the city of revere then you would know you would just see what the current state of the beaches and you would say. Oh well well I mean it. Looks like they have made some significant improvements but there's a lot of commerce down their best. They cleaned up the the environmental looks cleaner..

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"revere" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

The Hustle Project Podcast

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"revere" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

"You just missed by so I I miss and I was I was I was devastated but also kind of realistic about it and said Okay like I didn't do that bad. I did better than I thought and I had like pretty but expectations for me. I put my blood sweat and tears but your expectations were to were to be elected to win. Yeah and weren't right. So what kind kind of affected that have on your psyche in terms of where you wanted to go in life now was me want it even more really made me WanNa even more and it made me realize like okay. I've got and I forget how many exactly how many votes I got. But if I got three thousand then I could get six thousand that I could get ten thousand. It gave me fuel. It said okay. So you've you're onto something here and I was. I was bummed out and like I said it was. It was tough for me to Kinda how to deal with but the bounceback was somebody who was older than me why look to as a mentor now. WHO grabbed ABC said? Hey I know you just lost but I need you to need you to come and meet me for coffee I WANNA I wanNA chat with you and I did and he introduced me to a bunch of people and that was and he was blown away he was like he's like nobody. Thought you were going to get more than a thousand votes. And he's like you did way better than anyone expected like. Where the hell did you come from? which is not easy to do right? You can't just like all of a sudden decide. You can hard to win. It's really high right and and so you have to work really hard to to get people like so I came in. I came in seventh top. Five win was all incumbents at one in the top server. Okay so it wasn't even like there was an open seat or anything like that. So top five the incumbents when the guy who came in sixth was actually the former city councillor who had run for mayor private previously. And he he he just didn't make it and then there was and so you know for for somebody to recognize me right and recognize the effort and say in go out of their way and say hey you know I see something here like we should chat and like how to. How do how do we get you to to? You obviously have some passion. You have a fire here like how do we help you and that was how do we. Yeah how do we allow it to grow. And I got the Opportunity Initiative shortly thereafter. I ended up working at the State House which was a great experience. And and I've I've I think I mentioned to you that every experience I've had from the time you're running for city council to even being in the private sector to work at the State House work down in DC. Every like as I got older. And I knew I had my mine was on the city like making the city. A better place. I thought like I always was thinking. Okay how am I gonNA use experience that I'm having right now to make my my city better and like how is this going to help me or equipment and make the city. I didn't think that I necessarily wanted to be there right. I wasn't like you know seven years old and inherited illusions of being there. I always saw myself as the guy behind the guy because I'm A. I'm an introvert because I'd rather be the guy not in the spotlight. Okay so I always saw myself as like I want to influence and make the city a great place and make impact on it but like through somebody else right right like or through like you know have some great ideas and work through somebody who can execute execute whatever right right and that's part of like being a younger guy too. I always like to young like I need to work for somebody who will do these things but I have some of the ideas. That's where I have the vision but I'll I'll kind of work through somebody to do it so having the opportunity to to to work at the State House at work down in Washington. DC They just gave me perspective gave me the kind of kind of growing a growing sense of of appreciation for now the public service. But Hey maybe I can do this myself like like so. It wasn't it was kind of a like a evolving and evolving thing in my head where it's like. Oh well you know yeah so I want to be a city council but you know there's there's other stuff that maybe I maybe it's almost like you have your your own personal insecurities about what what you can and can't do based on your age and expulsion. People believe that the older you are the more experience you have therefore the more experience you have the better you can do it somehow somehow. That's just how people think I don't understand it at all because it's the fresh young ideas in the willingness to work hard that you really want not and you know I i. I agree because people elected me right I write able to to get elected convinced them by by using magic. EDUC tricks you. You spoke on on principle and you spoke about the values that matter to them and you listen to it and you went to wear those people were in. You know what I mean but to me. It's like like when you're for you. It almost sounds like you were just gaining a little more experienced a little more confidence little more experience with more confidence all of a sudden when it got to a certain point you were like okay. I'm ready to. I'm ready to put this thing to work. It was kind of like looking around like I. I'm the guy your point. Sometimes you have to take ownership of of what you've created and people are reluctant to do that because now with that comes a lot of responsibility and accountability and you have to be accountable. You put yourself you put the weight of the world on your shoulders. You gotta deal with on it you gotta own right so this goes back to that and this is kind of a sounds pivotal moment in your career. Where you you eventually got to that point and you said I'm ready to do something? When did that happen? So I don't know if there's one moment but There were a couple of times as I was. I had been elected to the city council and I had been willing to. I think asa questions that nobody wanted to ask partially because of my age so at some point you did run again so renegade so to to jump around a little bit I got I get elected. I got elected to the City Council in two thousand twelve and took office in twenty thirty so at some point in eleven you decided I'm GonNa make a run run again and I and so I got I got elected and then what was obvious in twelve. What was different about how you ran? Eleven versus how you ran the years before when you had lost so I have habit had changed. Well I had a little bit more experience. I had a little bit. Just more brand. Recognition ran in recognition. A little more a little more comfortable being outside of my comfort zone right like just an I had already run once citywide so people kinda already knew my name and I had seen touch people like just can build it does with the message was persistent. It was it was it was the other things a personal stuff. That really just the message. You were still the same still instill filter the you know. The the message has always been making the city destination making a great place and being a place like that. I I want to raise kids because so many so many kids I grew up with look at revere as they grew up. They said I want to get the hell out. Same here I WANNA I WANNA get out. And so they went to. They went to college and never looked back where you know they. They got a job. I mean a little bit of money and they got they got the hell allowed to go to Linfield like no district to other communities we want to go to north shore field right and so like it was like like like I get it and I know the history. I know the image. I know how foolish some people might think it's like it. Sounds to hear somebody but he say reveres should be that community like it should be the destination but I was saying I truly believe I'll leave it like in my soul. You know it just. I believe that revere should be that. Destination should be that place that people want to live and want to raise their families and where kids should grow up and be proud of and say damn right I I like I live in Viagra up revere and I say it proudly right like because I've been in situations where at the State House or other places where you you know someone says Where you from people like? I never did this like other. People like from revere right. Yeah and it's like nine thousand. John be proud own. It like you're from Rivera right like and so like that May and I've had conversations with people with like like all. Did you bring a knife on tale to matter of like. I don't care where you're from. Just be proud of where you're from. That's what I'm looked like. I want to hear that you're proud of who you are. You're right I don't care if you're from Chicago Detroit. I don't care if you're where you're from. Lynn Revere Maldon just be proud of it. And that's all that really matters like I. I like people who are proud of where they're from because that means that they somehow found the good in where they come from there you could be from tops `field and have the miserable experience right and and be bullied or whatever. The case may be your from Rivera from Lynn. I think those two towns are a lot more similar than say inexperienced more rural or suburban experience and talk show but there are the good things you could find in there. There's so much good stuff. I recently had a young lady on the on. The show. Alicia Bingham I and she just started a foundation inland. She's northeastern Grad like myself and she started foundational in to start a scholarship for classical student. Female who's a first generation college college student and we talked about that. A lot too is just finding that that what you love about the city and investing in that right for me. It was my experience in highschool my experience when I was a young kid. Like there's so many different ways I could go and as I'm becoming more philanthropic that's those are the places that I'm looking to invest for you. You've you've been you've been at it for a long time because you've been you've spent so much time sort of sharpening your blade. In terms of how execute you know becoming in an active community member that you now are in a position where you can actually do all of it almost at will. So that's that's an amazing accomplishment. You're at. It's sort of like an apex of that world and is you know it's funny because I still have the picture of a whiteboard that you know I i. I filled out.

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"revere" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

The Hustle Project Podcast

13:31 min | 2 years ago

"revere" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

"A little bit about your history. So you're from revere. Yeah born and raised grew up in the Oak Island section revere which is for those who don't know is right by Kelly's roast beef Kelly's roast beef of courses sources world famous you know and if you've been to revere beach you've probably been to Kelly's roast beef and grew up a neighborhood right behind Kelly's roast beef and have the opportunity to grope and a great household. My Dad was a printing pressman for the Boston Globe. My mom mom for the most part with see at home she helped with the Housing Authority cooked some meals and I went to public school in the city. Got The opportunity to go to Suffolk University. Tell me a little bit more about your parents. Were they involved at all in the city. Because you feel like you know you. Don't I just dream to become mayor out enough. Yeah Yeah so my dad. My Dad was a city councillor he got elected when I was a Seven years old roughly and so that was my first exposure to public service and city government and all that so he he was a city council for a few years absolutely hated. It hated. It hated the fact that Hill the fact that people play politics he loved. He loved getting stuff done. He loved helping people he hated. And for the Sydney counselors. They meet every Monday night. He hated Monday nights because one he was on working. So He's losing money to he would He felt like he was banging his head against the wall and he was doing things for what he felt. Were the right reasons and there were a lot of people who weren't doing in right things for the politics of the Paul hit the politics politics right so so he got involved and it's funny because he got involved when my sister and I were pretty young we were in elementary school and he was involved in the PTA in it was like his his first exposure like he just wanted to be involved in his kids education and so he helped up to a couple of events and help them be pretty successful and they made him the president of the PTA and then this open seat kind of came up and he was like you know what do you think and he talked to a few of the other parents and they all kind of said you need to run for this would be great right behind item. And like I said he he didn't he didn't enjoy much but so he served one term and he served. He ended up serving. I think to he did two terms or three terms. You did six years and then he left just he didn't have an opponent he just he just quit. And there's a funny the article that I keep in my office that is like after. He's leaving a hindsight article and he talks about how he was like the only politician who would have a fundraiser and lose money because he wasn't really interested in selling tickets Gordon interested in having a having a good time and having people so he would order way too much food. Make sure people left left with food. You know so when we would have like now now flash forward. I kind of get the Bug through going to college knowing. Some of my dad's history not like campaigning. With my dad not knowing all the reasons why he hated it so much but knowing all the good stuff that he loved about it and knowing that people really respected him because of what he did because he was a man of principle and because he was somebody that cared so deeply about the community that that that's what I saw it I was like. Yeah like this. This city is incredible of a beautiful beach. We have public transportation. We're really really close to Boston. Strong locally struggle economy like and the opportunity to build even more and And we would have big fights about about the city in about what's going on that. Yeah so this is when you probably realize that you were are meant for politics. It was it was when he said I'm not. You know we would have blow fights or Sunday Sunday afternoons football gravy. My mom threat. My grandmother made would make homemade Raviolis. And we just you know I'd be over the House all day and we just ended up fighting and it was like we can't. We can't talk about this anymore and my dad said I'm not talking about this anymore until when you put your name on the ballot. That's we'll we'll be able to talk about politics so it was like in other words he was telling you plainfield right. You can't talk about this stuff. Oh interesting so interesting so that like I was like all right. This is what I want to do. And he's like don't do it. Don't do it you know then as no I'm gonNA run like this is what I want to do. This is like my game plan. This is how I WANNA run. He's like I'm one hundred ten percents hold on one second. So how old are you at this point. Twenty four so take me back a little bit. You graduate from Revere High Go Patriots And then you end up. Going to Suffolk University. Go to Suffolk. So what did you study at Suffolk. And so I'm studied government. I had I wasn't really sure what I wanted to do. You know graduated high school kind of went in. I knew that I enjoyed the conversations. I would have my dad. I knew I enjoyed enjoyed the news of the day. It was either for me. It was either going to be journalism or war government one insiders and and it ended up being like I say I really like the I love the fact that my dad made an impact on people's is lives and actually helped was able to help people and even though you're saying he didn't have a grand success in there but the the the passion was still obvious there were people who would come in like. Oh Thank Your Dad's doing public service right. I mean there are people now still in revere that will say your dad helped me with an issue. You know you gotta help me with something. And that's one of the coolest things being listening. That's a coolest thing so so that really made an impression on me and going forward. You know I I went to Suffolk. You know I'm not without fault. I screwed up my first my first year and kind of it took a took a little bit of time off my dad. Majed said I'm not GonNa let you waste any more money doing what you're doing. You know I kind of you know. Just enjoy myself a little too much and And I went to work. He made me go to go to work in a paint store. And now when you say your dad made you help because there's a lot of young kids not young kids but younger people that listen to this when you say like your dad made you go work. Cricket a paint store. Explain please because I know what that means but there's no is obviously illegal whether it be but all you with my dad all I needed it was a look right. I didn't he didn't raise his voice for like it was more like just raise discipline for me and for having having little boys. Now it's like it's like Kinda crazy right because you try to instill that discipline but also not impede you know exactly other things so so having that like like you know having the respect and having the discipline instilled like a young age and I think there's a lot of reasons that partial my parents. I've studied karate kid through you've probably so it's like practices practice so knowing unlike conversation like this is what you're going to do and it was like okay. I'll like you knew that. His the best inch like he had your best in mind and he knew that that involves sometimes eaten shit from a little bit. Yeah because he knew that if you did you would gain perspective right and and so I feel like I had the same similar situations growing up. Is that you have this idea of what you want to do. And your parents will give you the freedom to do it. But when it doesn't work out it's not just always L. L. Brush shoulders off and just keep going no well. Now you gotTa feel a little bit for that you got a few that. I think that that build strong character definitely definitely build strong character but go ahead. So you graduate from from Suffolk and Savic and I decided that I got a full-time Gig in the private sector around the same time. I decided that I WANNA start getting involved in politics. Yeah and I thought it would be a good idea to go to Grad school so the project gas because you're hustler so I always think like of of that time my life I had essentially Crossroads right there are three pads in my life I had the nine to five. You know consulting gig tonight heated heated I had Grad school and then I had campaigning. Walls walls the endgame from from Grad School was it still sort of. Was it going to end up being politics and or was it going to be probably more private sector after it probably would have been Right right right and and you know I went to. I think I went and started Grad school because it seemed like that was just a logical maxine. Do it was like. I didn't want to didn't want to go to law school because I got advice. That unless you WANNA try try cases in court. Don't go to law school. You know. Don't don't incur that debt you don't and if you're not going to be a lawyer and practice and don't bother didn't know if I wanted to be you know be an attorney so I said to myself you know you have these options like I like. I enjoy learning so I thought Grad school make sense and kind of at the end of the day those kind of three pads. It was so clear where the passion was right and it was like it was revealed like essentially shiver right it was like politics but also just kind of leadership in the city. That's where I wanted to just being an active the community member right right right and and you know I would. I would go to school being class or I'd be at work and just all I could think about was revere and what I was doing for the campaign or you know what area area the city. I was going to go hit or you know what needed to talk to. And it was driving me each and every day I'd sit around and you do my job but I'd be like okay. Mind would like let me let me. When is it five zero one so I can get out of here and go do what I really WanNa do? I remember member doing in fact I remember my year in College. I can totally relate to this my senior in college outside my first business and I remember being in some of those you know those last semester of of college year classes which are really not like the most the toughest glasses that road but just not even being there really just checked out the whole time just writing it down business ideas in my in my book and I can see. I know exactly what you're talking about and and good for you to be that young and to be able to say you know what no no. No something's pulling me like the logical rational national long-term choice would be yes go to Grad School. Polisher resume get a good job. Climbed the corporate ladder. And you'll live a good life. You would would live a great life right but something was pulling you towards and that's more that entrepreneurial spirit that hustlers mentality. I'm talking about like you just. Can't you just know that the regret of not doing it is so big that you'll never get over it right so you had to dive in. So what was it. What what did you end up doing that? That that you that allows you to sort of get your feet and hands wet for the first time or not so it just it started with just running a campaign right and it started was saying okay. I'M GONNA put my name on the ballot and dive in and I don't know what I'm doing so running but for as an elected official. Yeah it's a run for the city council. You're right out of college so I'm going I'm going. I'm I'm going to run for city council knocking on doors and introduce myself. I'm you know what people don't know about me. I'm pretty introverted..

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"revere" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"revere" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mayor of revere, creates a panel to track the effects of the new on poor casino on his city, a Syrian refugee, and Pittsburgh is locked up accused of planning to bomb a church in the name of ISIS. Prosecutors say Mustafa's aloe Amir wanted to set off explosives in a backpack next month in the church ABC's Pierre. Thomas in Washington says these kinds of plots are becoming more common as the same community to saw the tree of life, synagogue massacre last October. I was recently, the FBI briefing, where a senior FBI official warned that the agency is experiencing a higher temporal of terrorism cases that they've seen in a long time. He said there are roughly five thousand open terrorism investigations, internationally and here at home. This includes when thousand ISIS cases, eight hundred fifty domestic terrorism cases, some involving white supremacists. And when thousand so-called homegrown extremists. Investigators say aloe Amir brought bomb materials. They're printed out, copies of Google satellite, maps, and showed undercover agents, the church locale and even his plan to escape route in Virginia Beach families of those killed in the mass shooting three weeks ago, are demanding an outside investigation. CBS's Jim Krasula says they're not satisfied with what they're hearing from police and city leaders, they Smallwood is among those calling for more transparency in the investigation into the may thirty-first Virginia Beach municipal building shooting her fifty two year old twin brother Joshua hardy was among those killed. This guy decided to go to work one day and just shoot up. This Bill is of the contributing factors Virginia Beach. Civil engineer was shot and killed by police after he shot and killed eleven city workers at one outside contractor police have yet to offer a motive in the case, Jim Krasula CBS news. The parents of New Mexico teenager, accused of opening fire inside of his high school should have done more to keep their handgun locked up this, according to prosecutors who have charged the pair with contributing to the delinquency of a minor ABC's. Clayton San del tells us police have warned the couple almost a year before the shooting that their son was hearing, voices telling him to shoot up his school. The last twenty years only a handful of adults about four have been charged in similar cases. The accused gunman's parents have not entered a plea and their son has not been formally charged is actually in custody waiting for mental health treatment and last month was found incompetent to stand trial. Police say the team fired three shots at the school and Rio Rancho, but luckily, no one was injured cases can hinge on it. But a new report says there's a long wait for results of both DNA and lab analysis. Let's get more from CBS news. CBS news has uncovered dozens of states, are significantly behind Illinois has a backlog of more than twenty three thousand cases in South Carolina. It could take more than nine months to get results back on DNA or firearms testing in Idaho. Some cases have been pending for almost two years. A government report says the backlog has spiked nearly eighty five percent between two thousand eleven and two thousand seventeen more than seventy police officers in Philly are pulled off the street, CBS's, arrow Barnett says it's fallout from a report by a watchdog group on social media by police Philadelphia police Commissioner Richard Ross is taking action nearly three weeks after the release of thousands of offensive social media posts allegedly linked to more than three hundred.

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