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Goodbye 'godsend': Expiration of child tax credits hits home

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

Goodbye 'godsend': Expiration of child tax credits hits home

"Tens tens of of millions millions of of U. U. S. S. families families are are going going to to feel feel the the pinch pinch today today because because the the monthly monthly deposit deposit from from the the federal federal child child tax tax credit credit program program has has ended ended for for the the first first time time in in six six months months families families won't won't receive receive the the monthly monthly child child tax tax credit credit it it was was included included in in president president Biden's Biden's now now stalled stalled social social spending spending bill bill held held up up in in Congress Congress West West Virginia Virginia senator senator Joe Joe Manchin Manchin was was able able to to block block the the legislation legislation with with concerns concerns about about increasing increasing federal federal spending spending but but some some of of his his constituents constituents want want the the extra extra financial financial relief relief retiree retiree Andy Andy Roberts Roberts raising raising his his two two young young grandchildren grandchildren says says that that extra extra five five hundred hundred fifty fifty dollars dollars a a month month was was a a godsend godsend paying paying for for shoes shoes girl girl scouts scouts and and ballet ballet more more than than thirty thirty six six million million American American families families receive receive the the payments payments in in December December families families will will still still be be able able to to claim claim a a reduced reduced child child tax tax credit credit when when they they file file their their taxes taxes later later this this year year I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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California governor denies RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan parole

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 d ago

California governor denies RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan parole

"The the man man who who assassinated assassinated Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy has has been been once once again again denied denied parole parole calling calling the the slaying slaying one one of of the the most most notorious notorious crimes crimes in in American American history history California California governor governor Gavin Gavin Newsom Newsom rejected rejected a a recommendation recommendation from from parole parole commissioners commissioners to to release release her her hand hand Sir Sir him him the the man man who who shot shot and and killed killed senator senator Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty eight eight five five others others were were wounded wounded during during the the shooting shooting at at the the ambassador ambassador hotel hotel in in Los Los Angeles Angeles which which took took place place moments moments after after Kennedy Kennedy claimed claimed victory victory in in California's California's democratic democratic presidential presidential primary primary in in his his decision decision Newsome Newsome said said Sir Sir hand hand now now seventy seventy seven seven still still lacks lacks insight insight regarding regarding his his crime crime and and poses poses a a threat threat to to public public safety safety during during his his parole parole hearing hearing Sir Sir has has stopped stopped short short of of taking taking full full responsibility responsibility for for a a shooting shooting he he said said he he doesn't doesn't recall recall because because he he was was drunk drunk Kennedy's Kennedy's widow widow and and six six of of his his children children hailed hailed Newsom's Newsom's decision decision well well two two of of Kennedy Kennedy son son supports supports our our hands hands release release the the defense defense attorney attorney says says she she will will ask ask a a judge judge to to overturn overturn the the denial denial saying saying the the parole parole process process has has become become politicized politicized and and the the new new Senate Senate nor nor California California law law I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer came came

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Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Says the Filibuster Rule 'Drips in Racist History'

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 4 d ago

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Says the Filibuster Rule 'Drips in Racist History'

"Here he is at a press conference study These are the things the Democrats say about America and our system It's unbelievable Cut 9 go It's essential It's important It's necessary with the fierce urgency of now to pass the Joe Manchin freedom to vote act And the John Robert Lewis voting rights advancement act By any means necessary Stop there By any means necessary The tyranny spews from the man's mouth Go ahead Including reforming a filibuster rule Reforming it Eliminating it Go ahead Ripping and racist history in defense of slavery and Jim Crow I could have sworn mister producer that Joe Biden and Chuck Schumer had said several years ago that it was used by progressives To protect progress The Democrats can't even get their story

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Sen. Chuck Schumer Quotes Sen. Robert Byrd for Radical Senate Rule Changes

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 5 d ago

Sen. Chuck Schumer Quotes Sen. Robert Byrd for Radical Senate Rule Changes

"Chuck Schumer Chuck Schumer was on the floor of the Senate last week talking about Robert Berg favorite Frank legal There have been many but he's their favorite He was their leader in the Senate for many years later become their chairman of the appropriations committee And here's what Schumer said last week cut 11 go This asymmetry can not hold If Senate Republicans continue to abuse the filibuster to prevent this body from acting then the Senate must adapt The Senate always has Robert C Byrd one of this chamber's great traditionalists acknowledged that Senate rules that seems appropriate in the past The way you notice you notice how they get bird a pass Because he's one of those One of the great traditionalists Well he was that he was more than that But forget about all that No no no forget about Biden his background Forget about the whole background of the Democrat party pull them off down the statue hall pull them down move the portraits burn the books do this do that But never ever speak poorly of the Democrat party Or its great members like Robert bird Go ahead Must be changed to reflect change circumstances And boy oh boy do we have changed circumstances now A voting rights by the Republican Party Nobody's abandoning voting rights you

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A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

The Larry Elder Show

01:09 min | 6 d ago

A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

"There is a piece in epoch times. About Robert Malone, virologist, immunologists, who contributed significantly to the technology that allowed us to develop these kinds of vaccines. Here's what the headline is. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Doctor Robert Malone Warren's parents, on COVID-19 shots, as you know, during the campaign when I ran for governor, I was asked by Joe Johns of CNN about Maxine vaccine for children. And I said, one more time, children are not likely to get sick. Not likely to get seriously sick, not likely to be hospitalized and certainly not likely to die. And they showed that, and then Joe John's voice over said, but that's not true. According to the CDC, yada bloch et cetera well, this is doctor Robert Malone, who contributed a great deal to the technology that was used to develop these vaccines. Here is what he said and I'm quoting. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Because if something bad happens, you can't go back and say, whoops, I want to do a do over.

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Robert Durst, New York real estate heir convicted of murder, dead at 78

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 d ago

Robert Durst, New York real estate heir convicted of murder, dead at 78

"Wealthy wealthy New New York York real real estate estate heir heir and and convicted convicted murderer murderer Robert Robert Durst Durst has has died died in in California California he he was was seventy seventy eight eight Durst Durst was was suspected suspected for for years years of of killing killing those those around around him him including including his his wife wife Cathy Cathy and and a a friend friend Susan Susan Berman Berman he he was was on on trial trial for for Berman's Berman's death death last last year year questioned questioned by by prosecutor prosecutor John John Lewis Lewis you you repeatedly repeatedly admitted admitted that that if if you you had had killed killed either either Kathy Kathy or or shoes shoes or or both both of of them them you you would would never never

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John Zmirak on America's Historic Censorship Crackdown

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | Last week

John Zmirak on America's Historic Censorship Crackdown

"I talk to people everywhere I go. And most people have they're completely confused about this stuff. They do not know the basics. They seem to have this idea that, hey, my children need to get the vaccine. You're telling me the guy who invented the technology says absolutely not. And he's being silenced and his name is doctor Robert Malone. That's right. He was just kicked off of Twitter permanently. His videos are banned from YouTube. The 23 year old Yale graduates with degrees in gender studies and queer theory are deciding what legitimate news and what is not. The people who control your Yahoo feed, the people who work in the censorship department of Facebook, it's they, not researchers like Robert Malone, who invented the damned vaccine. No, no, they are obscured. They are radicals, their fringe, their anti vaxxers. We are experiencing the kind of censorship crackdown that happened in Eastern Europe in 1948 when the Soviets squeezed the Soviet the Eastern Bloc into obedience. The same thing that happened in 1968 when they cracked down and Czechoslovakia, the same thing that happened in 1933 when the Nazis started their lifestyle glacial tongue. I don't know why I couldn't say that. That was where they got everybody into line. And they fired all the professors who didn't agree and they closed all the newspapers that wouldn't go along. And they went after the leadership of the various union movements and churches, and they showed them you play ball or you go to dock out. So many priests were sent to dock out was called the priests camp. Well,

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YouTube Takes Down Joe Rogan's Interview With Virologist Dr. Robert Malone

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:07 min | Last week

YouTube Takes Down Joe Rogan's Interview With Virologist Dr. Robert Malone

"I see this article about this interview that Joe Joe Rogan, the popular podcaster had with doctor Robert Malone. And it was a fascinating interview. I watched the whole thing. It was actually riveting. But Malone, doctor Malone does not follow the mainstream narrative about COVID. In fact, there was an article at the Atlantic. Written back in August, headlined the vaccine scientist spreading vaccine mission. Now, he is a vaccine scientist, this doctor Robert Malone, the fascinating guy, and I don't know about you. But if it's between gleaning information from a vaccine scientist or listening to, I don't know, Wolf Blitzer, I'm probably gonna go with doctor Malone. And I had a conversation with a friend of mine over the weekend that kind of blew my mind. Because it shows the power of what a smear against a guy like doctor Malone can accomplish. First of all, I want you to hear a little bit of doctor Malone. Joe Rogan, podcaster. Big conversation here is cut four. Here's a little bit of doctor Malone and what he said about him being deplatformed and taken off of Twitter and LinkedIn banning him and all these big tech giants because he dares to present a view that may not be the mainstream narrative he gets canceled. And he tells Joe Rogan, why? So my position is that people should have the freedom to choice of choice, particularly for their children. And that in order to. Appropriately choose to participate in a medical experiment, they have to be fully informed of the risks. As well as the benefits. And so I've tried really hard to make sure that people have access to the information about those risks and potential benefits. The true unfiltered academic papers and raw data, et cetera. And the policy that's being implemented is one in which no discussion of the risks are allowed, because by definition they will elicit vaccine hesitance. So it can't be discussed. But that's the fundamental background. That's the backbone of informed consent. So informed consent is not only not happening. It's being actively blocked. Now, Rogan, again, very thoughtful conversation. You might want to watch it if you have access to it. If it's not, it's been taken down off of YouTube, a lot of the big tech platforms have already taken this interview down. It had gone

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Herbert, Roberts propel Chargers back into playoff position

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Herbert, Roberts propel Chargers back into playoff position

"Justin Justin Herbert Herbert passed passed for for two two scores scores in in the the Chargers Chargers thirty thirty four four thirteen thirteen win win over over the the Broncos Broncos Herbert Herbert to to set set a a new new franchise franchise mark mark for for passing passing touchdowns touchdowns in in a a season season with with thirty thirty five five breaking breaking the the record record once once held held by by charger charger legends legends like like Dan Dan Fouts Fouts and and Philip Philip rivers rivers yeah yeah I I I I think think it's it's it's it's special special because because I I was was a a Chargers Chargers fan fan growing growing up up and and I I knew knew about about all all those those guys guys and and I I watch watch them them all all in in you you know know their their football football legends legends and and to to be be able able to to be be even even in in the the same same conversation conversation with with them them is is is is a a huge huge honor honor Austin Austin Ekeler Ekeler had had a a touchdown touchdown run run and and Andre Andre Roberts Roberts ran ran back back a a kick kick of of one one hundred hundred one one yards yards for for a a score score LA LA is is now now nine nine and and seven seven and and remains remains in in playoff playoff contention contention mark mark Myers Myers Inglewood Inglewood California California

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Chief justice: Judges must better avoid financial conflicts

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chief justice: Judges must better avoid financial conflicts

"Supremo supremo court court justice justice John John Roberts Roberts says says the the federal federal judiciary judiciary needs needs to to do do more more to to ensure ensure judges judges don't don't take take part part in in cases cases where where they they have have financial financial conflicts conflicts of of interest interest in in his his annual annual report report on on the the federal federal judiciary judiciary Chief Chief Justice Justice John John Roberts Roberts pointed pointed to to a a Wall Wall Street Street journal journal series series that that found found in in a a recent recent eight eight year year period period a a hundred hundred thirty thirty one one federal federal judges judges participated participated in in hundreds hundreds of of matters matters that that involved involved companies companies in in which which they they or or their their families families own own shares shares of of stock stock federal federal judges judges and and Supreme Supreme Court Court justices justices are are required required to to recuse recuse themselves themselves from from cases cases where where they they have have a a personal personal financial financial interest interest Roberts Roberts noted noted the the journal's journal's report report did did not not find find that that any any of of the the conflicts conflicts affected affected the the judge's judge's actions actions and and that that the the conflicts conflicts occurred occurred in in less less than than three three hundredth hundredth of of one one percent percent of of the the cases cases handled handled but but he he says says they they are are duty duty bound bound for for one one hundred hundred percent percent compliance compliance hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Brown, Smart star as Celtics beat Suns 123-108

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Brown, Smart star as Celtics beat Suns 123-108

"The the Celtics Celtics jumped jumped all all over over the the Suns Suns shooting shooting fifty fifty eight eight percent percent in in the the first first half half in in leading leading by by as as much much as as thirty thirty points points Jaylen Jaylen brown brown and and Marcus Marcus smart smart each each scored scored twenty twenty four four points points as as Boston Boston stopped stopped a a three three game game slide slide topping topping Phoenix Phoenix one one twenty twenty three three to to one one oh oh eight eight Robert Robert Williams Williams had had ten ten points points ten ten assists assists and and eleven eleven rebounds rebounds for for his his first first career career triple triple double double punctuating punctuating it it with with five five blocked blocked shots shots fired fired I'm I'm one one of of the the people people on on my my team team has has to to set set the the tone tone with with this this person person been been a a starter starter you you know know enough enough about about this this what what they they look look like like it's it's working working for for for for just just one one moment moment jobs jobs on on the the team team just just to to come come out out with with their their energy energy Devin Devin Booker's Booker's twenty twenty two two points points let let the the sons sons who who were were again again without without starters starters de de Andre Andre eight eight and and then then J. J. Crowder Crowder in in the the league's league's health health and and safety safety protocols protocols Phoenix Phoenix entered entered with with the the top top record record in in the the NBA NBA but but lost lost for for the the third third time time in in four four games games I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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John Solomon Calls in to Discuss the Job Creators Network

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

John Solomon Calls in to Discuss the Job Creators Network

"I'm just talking a little about job creators network and this Kavanaugh deadline today. How do you read the tea leaves on this thing? Where's it going? Well, listen, first off, I better understand 30 years. And when I came to this town, there was only one small business lobby. It's called NFIB, the national federation of independent businesses and they have gone silent in the last 5 ten years. You don't see them here. And job creators network has become one of the most forceful voices in all of corporate America, but particularly for Main Street America in small business. So over the course of this year, they've done a lot of big things. They sued Major League Baseball to call attention to the economic losses from moving the All-Star Game to from Atlanta to Denver. They got involved in some of these mandates. And now with this particular mandate, the private businessman that they've gotten to the Supreme Court was one of the I think big challenges. And I think it's going to sound, is there in federal law, the capability for government on its own executive branch to impose upon business and requirements, they get their employees vaccinated. A lot of people that I've talked to legal experts both on the left and right think this is a dubious power that Biden has assumed. And so I think this court is going to look, it's a 6 three conservative court, particularly when you look at economic and economic freedom issues. Robert says to be more consistent with the other 5 conservative justices, a 6 three pro anti regulatory coalition. I think probably the court is going to come down and say that this is unconstitutional and it can't be done. But we'll have to wait and see this is going to be one of the first big tests of big government's power under the Biden administration. But a lot of the experts I'm talking to expect the court to either be 6 three 5 four saying that this doesn't exist in law the power to do this doesn't exist a mob and only Congress can bestow that power to the executive branch. You always pucker when you're talking about John Roberts because he

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There Is No Way to Have Freedom Without Virtue and Faith

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:43 min | 2 weeks ago

There Is No Way to Have Freedom Without Virtue and Faith

"Two. May folks welcome back. I'm talking to Robert Wiley. I believe that's Irish. He has written a book called America on trial, the defense of the founding and we're at that part, Robert Reilly, where we talk about virtue. I was saying this when I wrote my book that asked, if you can keep it, the question that Franklin says, if you can keep it, I really, in the course of writing that book and in the course of my friendship with Oz Guinness, who has written a number of books that touch on this, I realize that this is really as basic as it gets. In other words, there is no way you can have freedom working understand even what freedom is on the American model, the founder's vision, unless you get the idea that at the heart of it, just without any other options are these concepts of virtue, these concepts of virtue and faith, all of the founders understood this. And that's what it is so astonishing. It wasn't just some Christian founders and the others were enlightenment Diaz. No, no, no, no, no. Every single one of the founders understood this, but you write about it in the book. This idea of virtue has vanished. We live in a sort of secular pseudo culture that pretends that we might have a wonderful country or a wonderful world with avoiding the very issue of virtue or whether there is such thing as virtue or right or wrong. Again, it's almost, it's almost funny. Well, you know, Eric, there's an afterward in the book where I ask the question, if it wasn't the founder's fault, meaning the current state of decay in which we live. Whose fault was it? And I can only suggest and answer that question because it would require another book. And the suggestion is German historicism, which was imported into this country in the 19th century with German professors education. My Americans going to Germany to get higher degrees, which taught by historicism, we mean moral relativism that truth is only a product of its time, times change. We have different truths. There are no objective moral standards that exist at all times everywhere. Now, to the extent to which the United States and the people have adopted this belief, it means that all people aren't created equal that they don't have these God given intrinsic rights at all times everywhere for everyone because, well, that's just a product of its

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Robert Reilly Discusses Slavery and the 1619 Project

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 2 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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'America on Trial' Author Robert Reilly on the Defense of the Founding

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:26 min | 2 weeks ago

'America on Trial' Author Robert Reilly on the Defense of the Founding

"That's

Chief Justice Roberts Receives Highest Approval Rating Among Federal Leaders: Poll

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chief Justice Roberts Receives Highest Approval Rating Among Federal Leaders: Poll

"Supreme Court chief justice John Roberts holds the highest approval rating of all senior leaders in the U.S. this according to a new Gallup poll that was released yesterday. More than half of Americans hold a favorable view of Roberts, Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell, and director, get this now. You ready? Director of the national Institutes of allergy and infectious disease, doctor Anthony Fauci. That was a surprise he Fauci is even more popular. Than Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

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 Waddle shines, Dolphins beat Saints 20-3 to win 7th straight

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Waddle shines, Dolphins beat Saints 20-3 to win 7th straight

"The the Miami Miami Dolphins Dolphins won won their their seventh seventh straight straight game game to to move move into into an an AFC AFC playoff playoff spot spot by by shutting shutting down down the the New New Orleans Orleans Saints Saints twenty twenty to to three three in in book book made made his his NFL NFL debut debut at at quarterback quarterback for for the the cupboard cupboard Robert Robert saints saints the the dolphins dolphins took took immediate immediate advantage advantage as as nik nik Needham Needham read read books books second second pass pass perfectly perfectly intercepting intercepting and and running running about about twenty twenty yards yards for for a a touchdown touchdown and and a a seven seven nothing nothing lead lead that that was was never never threatened threatened rookie rookie quarterback quarterback makes makes those those looks looks on on them them so so I'm I'm a a little little confused confused out out there there and and I I think think that's that's what what also also played played a a big big part part and and then then we we did did a a good good job job of of first first and and second second down down there there almost almost a a game game Miami Miami now now eaten eaten seven seven suck suck book book eight eight times times and and other other things things to to just just one one hundred hundred sixty sixty four four

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Browns activate QB Mayfield, Colts' Nelson on COVID-19  list

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Browns activate QB Mayfield, Colts' Nelson on COVID-19 list

"The the Browns Browns got got an an early early holiday holiday gift gift they they learned learned Friday Friday that that quarterback quarterback Baker Baker Mayfield Mayfield will will play play Christmas Christmas day day against against Green Green Bay Bay he he was was activated activated nine nine days days after after testing testing positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen meanwhile meanwhile the the news news was was not not as as good good for for colds colds all all pro pro guard guard Quenton Quenton Nelson Nelson and and Jacksonville Jacksonville pass pass rusher rusher Josh Josh Allen Allen on on Friday Friday both both were were placed placed on on their their teams teams cope cope with with lists lists and and jets jets coach coach Robert Robert soleil soleil remains remains out out after after testing testing positive positive earlier earlier in in the the week week jeopardizing jeopardizing his his chances chances to to coach coach Sunday Sunday against against the the Jaguars Jaguars I'm I'm Bruce Bruce Morton Morton

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"robert k" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

03:21 min | 5 months ago

"robert k" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"You know really a buddha. But he goes around in different universes To get near beings who bring out their wisdom and ask and find any that he finds. He makes him talk about wisdom and not about more simplistic day. And so it's a special kind of archangel. Almost you could say of the buddha buddhist. And they say that he was. He was scolding shocker mooney and avello cadavre and saying you guys make such a fuss about the indians and the tibetans and you're just only going here and then goes to bed and similarly turned on and cetera at what about the chinese who guys are leaving them in the dust and you didn't go there and so and so i'm gonna incarnate in china and i'm going to them and then you know they like time and they keep good records his history and they are very me no common sense to have really good cook at carnegie there bring the wisdom to them so sort of the buddhist send. The dow is had this view the enlightened ones on both sides that they were incarnated in each other which is a great thing that an ancient time. Actually india also did so. The indians would see the that shiva. And and and especially vishnu. They would see as being the buddha for people who needed a buddha. And then the buddhist would see buddha as being vishnu and shiva and so on for being them when for people who needed them so that way. They avoided religious conflict in their own ancient time. If you follow me. And they didn't get into that lethal taking about how you you believe my way or kill you. Which is a nasty thing that we see coming from the west more although occasionally they even people can find interpretations where they can kate into everywhere. So nobody's perfect but they were less likely to do that. For some reason in asia i think because they were more they were wealthier actually those countries which is hard for european derived people to acknowledge because lately they're supposed to be underdeveloped but they were actually much wealthier Engine time and therefore they're kings and social authorities even high priests were more tolerant of the mystics in china and in in china and confucius time you know china's said he wouldn't tolerate one person who would just be meditate all their life and wouldn't perform something for society you know and and loud too when he wanted to offer data. He left the country when he wasn't doing his day job. If you understand so economy was bloated more like european economy less tolerant. Let's allowing people to drop out on. Be just completely seek the way. If you will and later taoism definitely is inspired and supports initially and then competes eventually but supports the Intrusion in any society of the mendicant option. Where you can miss drop out and people feed you. Add let you be exempt from taxes and military service and even women free labor service Household labor service and child berry. Labor's they allow you to be free of that just to seek the way as they would say dallas..

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"robert k" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"robert k" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Hello and welcome to now my friends in this very current moment specific moment of your life. How are you doing today. Hopefully you're doing well. And i hope that you're feeling good and healthy and happy and you know just things are in their group. You know I have an awesome awesome gas. You jay the great robert thurman is on the show. Robert is a Scholar of tibetan buddhism and has written a few dozen books on various aspects of the on the subject and he's just an incredible person. I mean the fact that the amount of energy and that comes a geyser of wisdom and mind that he has At any age much less Close to being an octogenarian is incredible and inspiring. And i just love speak with 'em such a such a a joy in such a jewel of human and i know you will feel an enjoy the same transmission. Bob also has a new book out. Called wisdom is bliss were he translates in modernizes. The noble eightfold path. And it's wonderful and like everything. Bob does it is great and his brimming over with his wonderful spirit and they get dinner. Time can be chaos. Both freshly it's easy dishes. Take care of your meals a few nights a week and take the pressure off of you. Everyone wants to be in shape. Everyone wants to eat right and be healthy and fuel.

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"robert k" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

04:44 min | 8 months ago

"robert k" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Oh i know what i was going to share with you and then we're going to bring in guest. I'm gonna make this fast because that suggests suggested it was interesting in in reality. It's going to be anticlimactic okay. Long story short. We have a big tree on our parkway joy to parkway is this is a term. I didn't know until i became a homeowner. It is the strip in between the sidewalk and the street and it usually has grass and a tree or sometimes people will like pull out the grass and put pebbles in the owns it so now we have like a really big pretty magnolia tree that we do not own but that we feel like we do because it's on our over overhangs our house so daniel mentioned we should get a tree person to come out to trim some of these these trees over here and then also the magnolia tree looks like the brand one of the branches is gonna fall and i just filed that away as Something that i'm not going to think about. And then later. I looked out the window and a branch this normally like hangs down to maybe like ten feet or something was all of a sudden like four feet off the ground and i was like. Oh i've never seen it like that. Then i was standing there watching it. And then all of a sudden this humongous crack and then a whole big branch just boom fell and there was a person out there walking her dog. She was fine. We're very lucky that it didn't fall. It didn't destroy a person or part of a house or a car or anything but all the neighbors came over tony. It was like the most exciting thing. That's happened in burbank. In quite some time. Yeah and then yeah. Tin horn flats aside exciting uncle. Reference there for anyone. Yes i like to get hyper local at times. Okay enough of but it's art burbank. Is so fast i just. I'm called a number last night. I called parks. And i don't know like there's a website the burbank website. There's a thing you click on. It's like are you having a tree. Emergency and i was like kind of called them. They said they were closed. Because a cove it and then early this morning the guys were here so tree. -mergency solve a tree emergency. That's right okay. I'm very very very excited to welcome to the show. After podcast her poker player. You know him as aj from the sopranos. And i was gonna say sopranos. But when i had jamie lynn sigler on the show. She's like no. I think it's actually sopranos so now i know He also co host. The very funny pajama pants. Podcast with aforementioned jamie lynn and kassim. Please welcome to the show robert. Eyler thank you for having me. Hello welcome i can tell..

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"robert k" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

02:35 min | 8 months ago

"robert k" Discussed on Human Factor Security

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"robert k" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

05:33 min | 8 months ago

"robert k" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"Talk about facebook. We've all seen the frauds that happened on the marketplace facebook introduced facebook marketplace. Look at it. oh it's like ebay ebay into mountain fraud going on that's developed. We're sitting here thinking what else could come next. But we know technology's moving and we know it's getting quick look at linked in thinking a professional outfit. How many times do we read about fake profiles the uk where that domestic intelligence agency. M i five is warning that some of the people that you may well have linked to won't professional recruitment sites linked in might actually be spies about a guy who had his photograph us on numerous occasions and then people were basically then putting their onto dating sites and it's on onto facebook everywhere else and he's led to real problems in his personal life was wife saying that's not me. That really isn't me. This is me that's my account and that's it but people just use it and abuse it and that's the problem and technology is there. Isn't it looking by looking at. We all thought they were so the so many difference and sites like ebay and we were talking yesterday. Pates taylor myself. We were talking about the talknet and look at the talknet right so we were talking about e bay there is the equivalent on the darkness as we all know and you can obviously buy anything and everything like giovanni i was on a few years ago should managed to technical people says jenny has managed to do but a walls tasers repairs protection job that with the dangerous individual kubanov and i was looking at tasers it was all sat and then i miss mitchell echo by that you call. It was pink using it but the problem is now look at pizza. The bbc of on there i mean so therefore you've got that impression on genuine absolutely fought. What chance do we have with technology because it moving so quickly it moves so fast and it is unfortunately being a very much so in that organized crime world and that's where fraud really takes off me. And then i think the one thing i'd say on that and just to sort of finish as you sat what she say. But i'd ask you what you'd say is what ice as a people is.

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"robert k" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

04:16 min | 9 months ago

"robert k" Discussed on Blind History

"Have really been the boogeyman for them and finished. Started to get any proper treatment but wentz guy in the rather tom that he was sick. Anita treatment there was such strict rules of his movement and what he can and cannot do and without saying it lead to more premature. This i think the player role because yet to wait around yet to get approval there was a lot of red type around him getting proper help for his voice cancer. Absolutely the died in nineteen seventy seven and you know. Many people say that we missed out on one of the true intellectual heroes of the struggle and someone who was a deeply principled man. They eventually inscribed very interesting quote on his tombstone. It was these his woods true leadership. And i don't think anyone by the way can argue this. This is one of those things that unless you're you're an ignoramus or you are willfully being destructive stupid. Can you disagree with us. Listen to this. This is beautifully says. True leadership demands complete subjugation of self absolute integrity and uprightness of character courage and fearlessness and above all consuming. Love for one's people shoyer argue with that. Yeah he was. Buried back in crawford net and Luckily one of the few things that a department of arts and culture whoever might be responsible have done because they not good at keeping up history and particularly on ansi history. Something that the very bitter about and they should be They have restored his grave profit. They've they've i think they've almost made it a bit uglier but at least someone's looking after it was buried in quite a simple grave. It's got a tombstone. His wife is now buried next to him. But you know his children live all over. The world and in fact grew up for much of their lives in america. He sent him over there to study with the little money he had and he was famous by the way for giving away lots of the money that he was meant to keep for his own use and he never left anything close to a grand life. He was tremendously humble man right to the end. Someone who i wish i had known more about. You know i. He'd died before. I was born. But i would have liked to have known more about him. I would have liked to have had the opportunity and his voice was never recorded his friend. Benjamin and often says that he regrets the fact that he didn't record him in a few meetings they had in kimberly he and his wife. Anne used to come visit robertson veronica and he said he was so scared of recording him just in case that got him roberts into trouble and you know again we missed out on a real leader here if you go to that little house and rub nine and which is tiny. It's the size of probably most people's botham and it was really neglected as as part of the whole rubber nine and exhibit for the longest time. I know that they've opened it up now but to get the sense of complete isolation and despair at this man must have gone through during that time while he was working away trying to get these degrees but the idea that he couldn't speak anyone seems to me to be a punishment that is the most cruel kind for an intellectual agreed after percent. So there he is robert mangaliso sobukwe. Who died in nineteen seventy seven and really has left an enduring mark on south africa and the pac continues to be a party which has a very limited. But i suppose an intellectually important history in south africa there is one of the tiniest little parties non and that's largely as a result. What happened off to rub it soup. Grand the fact that the anc con claim him as their own and therefore don't go to huge trouble to emphasize his role in history. But a man who's affected the coast of south africa's story eighty nine like to learn more about Yeah i found reading about him and listening to this interviews extraordinarily interesting so there is rubbish. Sabuku south african. We can be very proud of the man who who did what he said and said what.

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"robert k" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

07:39 min | 9 months ago

"robert k" Discussed on Blind History

"Policy. Where he was looking at non-racial answer by they needed Form the was president and stuff was actually this was led by the pse to speak the sharpeville massacre it was and and obviously the sharpeville massacre to those who don't know was a water. Shed moment in south african history. He wanted the people of soweto. Too much on the nearest police station in orlando and to defy the possible as the postles required black africans to present a pass anytime they were asked so by police and they were only allowed to travel within certain hours. They went to the allowed to be out of black areas in inverted commas outside of those allies and the threat of arrest was hanging over every black person's head even if they were just trying to get home from work something which which in a very very dilute form. Some of us have come to experience during lockdown with curfews but it was much brutal and militant and they decided on peaceful protest. They wanted too much in numbers so they couldn't all be arrested and to make a point across the country all the branches the pac had got together and on that day the twenty first of march they were going to mont on the police stations. Of course it didn't go very well. Because even though robertson book had gone to the trouble of first resigning from bits and a very eloquent letter in which he but his position across that he needed to follow his political instincts and leading an organization and lead black south africans into freedom. He also simulators to the police saying please. Can we try our best. We are planning this protest. Let's try to keep it nonviolent. And he hoped. I think in his heart of hearts that it wouldn't become an ugly bloodshed day. Of course that was not to be so the psc at organizing various areas and susan. Shuffle in six people were killed and he was arrested. The government immediately banned the pac and banned the ansi as well and that was when he was incarcerated but it was one hundred percent guarantee that turning point in the history of our country. It was really the moment that the government the old regime had hoped full. Because now they could prove a. You know there's the danger with the black majority and we've got to impose stricter and more stringent and we'll brutal laws and up pass. Laws are definitely going to stay in place you know. They double dumb and he was obviously sent to jail fairly quickly. He was tried. He was found guilty of breaking a number of laws incitement among them sentenced to twenty three years in prison and those three years were served at constitution hill. Another famous prisoner of constitution hill. In one of the reasons that our constitutional court is based there is because robertson book. We spent his time and by the way doing hard labor. It wasn't like he was just put in the cell. He had to do hard labor as part of his sentence and then pass that he was Moved to robben. Island way remained for the digital six years S for the clause that you'd mentioned earlier super-quick. Laws said it was renewed every year. Which is absolutely ludicrous. Just this is one of the sad part of history and then you have to imagine because his wife veronique is has done one or two interviews she passed away. I think in recently twenty seventeen or two thousand eighteen at a very advanced stage and she. She said a few things about him. He was a very st kind of a learner. He was an academic. He was a professorial type of man and the him to be sentenced to hard labour for those first three years and then to be put in the conditions that he was putting robben island must have been extremely difficult. Fame on robben island deny visited robben island and spent the night on robben island. Once this single place that caught my attention as we drove pasta. Because that point it wasn't even part of the museum was robertson book was house it was on the route between the maximum security prison. Where all the famous prisoners that we know of including nelson mandela stayed and between that prison and the quarry where they went to work every day was robertson bouquets house and it was surrounded by fences he lived on his own. He was not allowed contact with other prisoners and he was isolated from them because in the eyes of the of the national party government he was the most dangerous label because he was also you know. It's extraordinarily clever man. And he used to watch she's to wake up in the morning never really knew when his breakfast would come with part of the reason that it was such torture and eat start his day by going up to the fence and waiting for the other prisoners to go post. He couldn't speak to them because then he'd be punished so he would just pick up a handful of sand and let the sand fall to the ground again. Kind of saying this is our land. Don't forget we've gotta keep fighting for our land and all the other prisoners was part of their ritual to kind of salute him as they walked past on their way to the quarry but there was a there was already a a difference of opinion and a difference of politics creeping in between the anc and pac and many have argued. That robert sabuku was treated much more unfairly because of that unbelievable isolation he was subject to and affected health. Very very badly infant. Just imagine spending six years in title oscillation in no communication. Although they say that that he managed to communicate somehow assan language he wasn't allowed the occasional communication with his wife veronica and his sprint. Benjamin pug poland who he meant it fits university and who became his biographer. Much later on and i've seen interviews with benjamin punt which extraordinary very very interesting friendship that these two built up over the benjamin would send him clothes and whatever he was allowed to. He wants tried to send him a cop and they said that was not allowed. In fact. robert sukhoi said no doesn't make it to luxuries for me in my little house. I must remember. I'm in prison. I'm ben what he would ask for underwear and socks in that kind of thing and he was quite particular about what he wouldn't wouldn't accept as steady yet. He got his degree in prison. That's right you got a couple of degrees. While he was he was locked up. Eventually as i said his health started to deteriorate he was smoke. A lifelong smoke used to smoke a pipe again. Very professorial you know. And i think that the the government saw that they would have a problem on their hands. If you died in jail. They released him into banishment. In inverted commas in kimberley of all places hellish airway and. He was sent to a little house where he was allowed to stay with his wife but he was under house arrest. He wasn't allowed to do anything political or go straight back to prison so the rules were extremely strict and he wasn't allowed political visitors. Although i think he did meet with steve biko during that time but also jane. Tom which is another set point was he received office from i think team particular universities in the united states to take up posts say and requested that he wanted to take his his family him and his family over to take these tests right and And then minister of justice. John foster just not the mission evident ever again. Yeah they really just would not. They were devastated. This guy it's such an expression of what an incredible person he must have been that they were so terrified of him that they wouldn't even speak to anybody they wouldn't let him go overseas. You know you must.

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"robert k" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"robert k" Discussed on The World at Large

"And people like Allen guelzo and others who pointed out the many factual errors in the argument that they were putting the idea that United States is really nothing more than a construct of racism is to fly in the face of all the extraordinary wonderful impressive human achievements that Americans have a dog Chief Dave the last quarter of the millennium Yeah, and so do you see any benefit to thinking like this or do you think it's all just just unhealthy? I think we the trouble with somebody else in writing a book and I've written nineteen now and it's very important to to keep remembering that one must always be as objective as possible. Don't don't allow your political views to influence your history. It's it's rule number one, really. You mustn't be objective. I don't believe when Howard Zinn with his Marxism and his assumptions was sat down or indeed Eric hobsbawm as well as his true old and Ethan Thompson, and any number of other faiths missed writers, sat down to write their books, but they were really doing anything more than using history as a way of propagating their Politics on to the Y. Out and I find that deep down professional and something that nobody should ever do. You had a question about different perspectives. Oh, yeah, that's right. So in different parts of the world Churchill is looked upon very differently so long for example in the United States to take one place. He's looked on his very he's looked on as a lot more heroic than a place like India and Bengal. I've talked to people from those countries and he's looked at as a lot more of tyrant there than he is in the United States. So why would you do you believe that it's this this lies around misinformation or do you believe that there's legitimate want in these countries to have a distaste for him? Well, I mean, of course in India the the movement for Indian independence is part of their of their National myth. It's an essential part of their creation myth. It's why you Americans need to see King George the third for example as as a tyrant which which my forthcoming book will hopefully points out that you can't call him a tyrant unless you're using the word tolerant and completely different way from normal for normal people. So we took you know Alfred the Great was probably not the enormous Splendid outstanding figure that we britons make him out to be the the French, of course on the podium and the Google both of them had major problems with their their lives careers and characters and each country has its foundational month. That it needs to believe in and and propagate and India is no different idea but a country that like Britain and the person like Churchill gave as much to India as as they did. It could be considered tyrants. If you want a real Tyrant, you look at the Japanese empire which was knocking on the gates of India in nineteen forty-one to nineteen fifty-three which in the Philippines, for example Hills Seventeen percent of the population in the short time that they were in occupation had the Japanese killed seventy 15% of the Indian population. They would be responsible for fifty million killed What stopped them Winston Churchill the British Army and the Indian army which together I help them back in in Burma. And so that is not the action of the Tyrant saving fifty million people's lives. Well as we wrap up this interview, I have to ask this question. What is your favorite on-screen depiction of Churchill? I can't decide between a cow and Gary Oldman. I was wondering the expert and well actually although Gary Oldman was absolutely superb job. I'm not going to go quite so far with John Lithgow because he's he's six foot five and Winston Churchill. So he doesn't really care that church idiot, but I'm afraid what I'd like you to do is watch a show called The Gathering storm and with Robert Hardy who I think for me, I was Churchill. He got Churchill better even than Gary Oldman who definitely comes a face seconds and Churchill has been depicted in something like a hundred and fifty movies. And and so to get even the top three or four or five is pretty impressive, but but Robert Hardy or or gharial So, all right. So before we end the interview, we just wanted to get some information on your next book highlights. Well, well as I say, might it's a biography of your last king endure the third. I think I'm going to call it sort of last king of America when you go to see Hamilton and you see that sort of lists being extremely can't figure singing a song about how I hoping to kill as many Americans as possible kill your friends and family or when you read The Jeffersons a 28 charges against him in the American Declaration of Independence you which course have a tyrant and you realize that that is easily the most misunderstood and underappreciated of Britain's Britain's marks. He was just tremendously unfortunate that he should have been up against leaders like George Washington brilliant polymath life Benjamin Franklin the Giants like Madison and Monroe your lawyers like John Adams the idea that they all and wordsmiths like wage. So this idea that they should all lived in the same place. Same decade is really tremendously unfair on parole Joseph. I am excited for you to convince me as an American, but just give me a fair hearing. That's all I'm asking for not nothing more than that. Absolutely. We'll see in Georgia. You are very kind to Papillon. Thank you very much indeed. Thank you for coming on. Thank you. Thank Have a good day and you bye-bye. Thank you for listening to preach the speech Please Subscribe 4 month. Interviews. We have a bunch of great ones coming up and also consider leaving a review. It really helps us out. Also, check out our other Show The World At Large. Thanks again. Goodbye..

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"robert k" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"robert k" Discussed on The World at Large

"The Bengal famine I go into it over six stages. Also, I'm explaining what's happened. And what Churchill did to alleviate it I make no apologies for his his racist remarks I go into them and and thought them all and you know, you have to see everything in the basis of evidence. And and and this is something very rarely get in the bath. In the knocking revisionist books, they never very long these books because the reason that's up the various myths and claim. The other thing you can do is what is like my cook is to is to go on the Hillsdale College websites The Churchill project where website is Hillsdale College in Michigan and to hit the website for the international Churchill society and they will actually show you the documents, you know, can you can find the document very easily defined the arguments and and this and both for and against and listen to the truth until I think there is a lot you can do actually cuz most people are reasonable people most people are mature enough to accept that if they've heard some some, you know, wild mad rumor theory about how even church or was that there might be another job. Side to the story and luckily both Hillsdale and the international churches society and have her put that full right. So I'm curious there seems to be you know, a lot of people who don't like looking at evidence or don't delve into all of it. What are the motives Behind these people want to the face of Earth and I think diversity in an attempt in to to throw an intention to draw attention to themselves is a is strong one. I have to say in some with some people. I have noticed severe psychological disorder, you know people who are taught in tents and. That's just pretty crazy who may become obsolete obsessive and fanatical about about various things. That church was supposed to have done and the other problem, of course. Because your actual session name editors will run stories. However, measly the evidence is last year. There was a accusation that Winston Churchill was unfaithful to his wife and had a mistress and which is completely untrue and when you look at the evidence again, it it's it explodes as soon you investigate it minutes and yet I had to waste two pages of my of my book exploding these these myths which I spent much better elsewhere writing about other things. So, yes, you do get if somebody comes up with some mad theory about Churchill they will get the chance to just go on television or write articles in newspapers and make a big facet of it and it's only much later that people are really when they they look into it off. Able to tell the truth and in those cases nine times out of ten Churchill comes off scot-free as I say you made many hours many blunders in his life the idea that he was some kind of them will figure or or you know, a bad man. Let alone a Genesis Idol Maniac who deliberately wanted to kill millions of innocent bengalis. For example home is complete with that. So out of all the moments in Churchill's life because he had a lot from challenging appeasement to his inspiring speeches to his leadership in a time of war in your opinion. What was Churchill's finest Hour? Well, I mean, I think the moment that he became prime minister on on Friday the 10th May nineteen forty years, which he wrote later in his woman was I felt as if I were walking with Destiny and it all my past life had been better preparation for this hour for this trial. I think that was the was the key moment. He had been waiting all his life to become Prime Minister, but he'd been practicing pairing in every aspect we would imagine he had this tremendously powerful sense of Destiny, which is why I called my book Churchill walking Destiny ever since he was sixteen years old. He believed he was going to save Britain and save Europe. And and save the Empire and of course fifty years later when he was actually 65 years old. He did do these things great things. And so I think that moment where he finally was allowed to get on with the war in the primary position as prime minister was that was the key moment. But but there are any numbers the Battle of Britain Blitz, very important moments in the first world war, of course as well. It moments in his life to its really they were just one off the other his great speech at Fulton Missouri on the 5th of March 1946, which he warned about the Iron Curtain that was falling across Europe. You know, I am absolutely mad. I suppose in a way just to choose one, but you only allow me one so I'm going to choose that one. Yeah. Well Turtles a man who's dead? Lived a thousand lives in one I guess and it's clear. He had some very great moments and he was pretty great man. But younger Generations like my own page to see less Merit in the mire and great people. They see no difference between a statue of Robert E Lee and a statue of Churchill. Why is this bad? Why should we look up to great people a little traction himself had an answer for that really which was when a young American about your aged. In fact, it came up to him at the coronation luncheon in the Queen's coronation in June nineteen fifty-three and said said to him asked him for the sort of Life advice basically and George Will said study history study history for therein lies all the secrets of statecraft and if you can't tell the difference between a Confederate Amanda dead. Who wanted to split up the union and defend and keep slavery and monstrous institution and somebody who wanted to save people who were being enslaved by adults. Then you really do need to study history. And also by the way, you might also study your own values. So after reading all your books and articles, it seems like you have a certain distaste for modern revisionist takes on History, you know such as Howard Zinn or the sixth nineteen project interpretations. So it wouldn't I bother with either a face. So why do you believe Betty Owen histories of American Zen and I'm afraid the sixth nineteen project is an absurdity and many historians. 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"robert k" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"robert k" Discussed on The World at Large

"So so you're right there. He was supposed actually at least 2 to be enfranchising women got the gold standard completely wrong. So you can draw up a long list of severe indictment against his against his musical time. He was of course in the House of Commons for nearly two-thirds of a century in Provo front all of the Grateful Dead. This issue so I don't think anybody could expect him to get everything right but he did get a fair lot of things wrong, but the really important things the 20th century wage rise of the German Empire before the first world war the rise, of course is Hitler and the Nazis after the first world war and before the second world war and then the rise of subject has lost the separable. He was the first person to get these things. Right and he got them right years before those people and he was for many years the only person who got the right and so I think that's the the sort of advantages of the sort Victories of Winston Churchill far outweigh the very serious discipline. Yeah, that's interesting. So do you believe that people who do not like Churchill use these flaws as a justification for doing so or do you think that they have a general just distaste for him or they just wage? Want to not like him. Well, it breaks down the church revisionism breaks down into an awful lot of different groups. You do have of course the fascists and Communists who had not because of what he said and because he was the most prominent anti-fascist and anti-communist of his day. So they're bound to 8 and and he would hang welcome their hatred of printing else, you know, that's just part of that's part of politics and there are some people who are just frankly perverse who if they see somebody is tremendously popular and and beloved they want to try and knock him down simply in order to draw attention to themselves. And you do get quite a few historians who are like that and they do it just adds a sense of wanting to be different and wanting to be perverse and you have people who just unwilling to accept his greatness because of birth Of the floors and that they are so basically the feet of clay are more important than the pedestal and in that I think often some type of she often goes back to a an inability to see the word for the trees, you know, and it's a shame sometimes. I think that that when I get letters about really obscure parts of churches life that they therefore think that more important than standing up against Adolf Hitler and destroying the evil man who ever existed in human history. So I think you have to get everything into the states of being in Astoria and not everybody does. Yeah, especially we see today how the same name is Statue of parliament Square was spray-painted with the words was a racist just quite a claim. It seems more and people in our generation believe Churchill to have been involved. Gassing Arabs and murdering three million Bangles in India, which are some wild claims even interests actions. That's right. And when you when look at each of of course, I carefully in each of these games you realize what complete and utter rubbish they are when you go to the original sources, which I've done and look at this place. He gassed arrows actually would be were to use lachrymose free gas which means tear gas which is used in I live in cities all over Europe and I think more and in America as well with it's not it's not phosgene gas. It's not mustard gas. It's not a gas that kills you. It's gas that makes your your eyes water so much that you can log on Artic with regard to the three million bengalis. Look that was a terrible family, but the fact was that the way in which we fed the Bengals Historically used by getting rice from Malaysia and Thailand and Burma and elsewhere which were all under job Japanese Occupation in late 1942 and early nineteen forty three p in the family took made Family took place because of gigantic cyclo which hit Bengal and which destroyed the roads and the rail links and wage stopped the the rice from being brought in but Churchill got on to President Roosevelt to the Prime Minister of Australia and Canada and so on Thursday and did manage to get hundreds of thousands tons of food brought into Bengal, but just not enough because they were Japanese submarines in the Bay of Bengal and page for him to therefore. We called a Genesis Idol Maniac, which was one thing that he's been recently accused of his completely enough to be wrong. You can see that when you look at the Dead Original sources and go back just very sort of soberly to look at the ends. So calling him genocide Maniac is quite the claim and considering he stopped probably the worst genocide Maniac in history. Where are these claims coming from all over the place. Usually the the internet Twitter which my friend Neil Ferguson has called the universal lavatory warm thing is like very good summation when this is going to be a magnificent moment for World Peace, everybody in the world was going to be able have a gigantic Global conversation with them going to you know, love each other than by our Etc what actually has happened. Of course, is that the first lowest and most vicious and the old temples of people have been given a platform. It's part with things that are completely, you know, disprovable through the evidence and but unfortunately conspiracy Thursday, Is can rush around the world and the same time that it takes the truth to get his trousers, you know, so what do you think the motives are behind this attack these these all attacks. 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"robert k" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"robert k" Discussed on Even Money

"If, you'd like to make your NFL Games a little more interesting. You've come to the right place. He's the even money podcast with Russ Tucker and Steve Physic-. Yeah, biggest baby, Vegas it is even. PODCAST, and here we go. Baby NBA starts tomorrow NHL. Before you know it NFL training camps are opening there might have been a hiccup or to with the MLB bets. Okay. There were still games to watch I. AM now a baseball Fan Joe Kelley of the dodgers. My favorite player ever may be that was hilarious. Last night I'm Ross Tucker I think you guys. Most of you least already know that former NFL offensive lineman five, seven years. Classic journeymen got a bunch of media gigs now and a entire podcast network. Andrew Brandt was excellent on the Ross Tucker Football podcast today. Tomorrow it'll be Dave Richard from CBS, fantasy sports on the fantasy feast podcast college draft. We introduced emery hunt WHO's going to be a star if you. Happen to miss that show will have great cosell a little bit later in the week, the show is presented. Of course, by the number one rated draft kings sportsbook APP I wouldn't give you guys the number two rated R. Number three rated number one rated draft King Sportsbook at very excited about today's show by the way because not only do we have the star. Of The show, Steve Take at Fez exports on twitter. As you know, you're only two-time winner of the Super Bowl of professional football gambling the supercar desk at the West Gate. Casino we also have a buddy of mine from my hometown of Reading Pennsylvania, the Great Paul Roberts. You can check him out at Paul Roberts, Wvu in reading and Steve. I gotTa tell you. So a couple of things first of all Alot Steve How are you? I good Ross. Great to be back as. Paul good to talk with you. Good to see you usually text a lot. Sometimes, we talk on the phone. Good to actually see you. It's a pleasure. You know I've been a big fan of this podcast from from day one and I noticed on your twitter Ross your follow ninety two people and I'm one of the ninety two. So on my tombstone one day, which I hope is not anytime soon I'm just going to have under my name and years of wife was followed by Ross talker you know what's funny about that? You would be amazed how many people say to me why don't you follow me like I can't get a follow and and miss down I'm a little anal retentive people don't know this right but. I actually read every tweet on my timeline I look at every. AM worried about missing a tweet from someone important that I information that I value and want. So every tweet, you've ever tweeted Paul I read Steve Same if you don't tweet them much depot, you don't really either but I've never missed one of your tweets I read every one on my timeline. So I'm very particular about how many people I follow. You don't follow me I'm like. Got To keep it, you'd be a maid I'm not going to embarrass anybody but like there are some big names that have said that to me asked me why I don't follow them and I said and I'm like listen I'll give mercy follow for a couple of weeks. But I I don't I don't care about this or that or whatever and nobody's ever said. Well, then why do you follow this Paul Roberts W. I'm sure part of them is like what but I and that's.

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"robert k" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"robert k" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

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"robert k" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"robert k" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Both I the audience among. Those in listen to this and I think there's so many layers that we can. Open up and UNWRAP. Here's and. Go for it. Yeah, I wonder in the afterlife. What is your perspective of a given that? We're on this side of law at the moment. What do you think is waiting for us? Is there an? What is the somewhere outside of the novel and talking about my views of the afterlife, afterlife, I, actually. My nace Jesus is closer to my own views of the afterlife I did an MA NFC. Called Resurrect terrarium twenty. Resurrect nineteen. Twenty. And I wrote that one in a lot less time. Grenade is is you don't have that much time, so I had a year. but basically it started before I B. I began my MBA program. It started as A. Flyer that you're handed. You've awakened in what looks like a hospital and you're handed a flyer and the Flyer says welcome to the afterlife. You've been resurrected from the dead now. Here are a few things you to know. is where is everyone else? and the answer to that is how good. How well do you speak abalone? Obviously, you're going to be resurrected and cohorts along with people who understand your culture, your time, and to some extent your language. So with that background I wrote this story and when I wrote that the the afterlife that I described had several different sex types flavors that you will based on what region you woke up in. the one that I will. I had my main character. Wake up in is basically a bucolic. Not Socialistic, but you know money is only important as cipher of the key things going you people don't really care about money. The only big difference between that world and our global does that no one dies. You have about a thousand years to get it right and move on to the next level of life. So. It's very much like this life and the reason I wrote it. That way is in and the Bible and in the way the Jews of the day. Believe that you know you. The body is resurrected. Okay when we die, we don't spend an eternity sort of floating in a spiritual ether. human beings are embodied creatures. Now you take away the body What have you have to have a body to have a human?.

"robert k" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"robert k" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"The dunk book of the Dun Cow. People who write books at make these. Thank our and still enjoy the story. I mean you have to enjoy the story otherwise just get nonfiction out. It's not known compelling, is it? Yeah I mean if you want to read just the philosophy and the philosophy or get out, something else read it, but if you want if you're gonna read a story, that's GonNa make you think Then? The story has to be good and I'm hoping mine is and I think it is and I, think others read it I had a few other suit told me that they really liked the story itself. so that if you took out all the theodose, the Odyssey and all the discussion of of the morality of reincarnation, etc, that's in there then. It's still a good tale. That's important, but I also want a story that when people get to at the goal. And you know, and maybe think about things a little more think about things in an entirely new way to just just that slight just that slow at moment of pause net. Just to get. Absolutely. I wonder. Do you still like Bass Guitars? You are still like what he's still advice guitars. Bass Guitars I love listening to Bass Guitar when I listened to a piece. That's the instrument that I focus on, so if I'm listening to a jazz piece or blues piece I, follow the Bass Guitar, and then here all the end, your instruments centered around it but I no longer play Nah. I sold my guitar years ago to buy a mattress early honoring management really poor. I found out by the way. The sister of the guided bought it that it became a life changing thing for him to own the base that I sold. That happen. But that had been so many years even more years in between when I got might be a work for the publisher, etc, that Well. My life tried to give me in Bass. Guitar and my fingers just couldn't remember it I spend. To figure out where it was. You know so yeah. I was quite frustrated by, and eventually sold it to and fellow Bass Player at Night Church and decided the time I would spend. A relearning the instrument, and it would be pretty intense and then be the time you spend practicing because if you're in a band and practicing, it's almost like being the second marriage you know resent a lot on the band. Get any good at all words, does that come from? It comes from a marriage which is paramount to me, but also be from any other creative pursuits like writing. So I gave Ktar. On. A know it. It's not something you play. Music seems to be for me a window to my soul. Do you find that you get much from music? Oh. Yes,.

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"robert k" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"robert k" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Who's aware of what has happened in our history is a species would say that evil is is entirely made up. Thing, it's obviously. Whether, you believe in some form of demonic force, or whether Itin, the this latter way whether you think that the collective bad acts of humanity can be evil and create evil. On, it's out there and that is. On us if you will and so. You know to me the tooth and claw of. In. This includes viruses unfortunately. is not part of of. The equation if you will of of evil and and God's doings in the world it's it's as if you if you were to say well, let's make the molecule water with hydrogen and no oxygen. If you're going to create light. It's GonNa HAP- Ramadorai I can't one of the parameters is that life does its thing, and that includes viruses that includes animals that eat other animals. And many humans we don't and has one of the characters in the story puts it you don't. He says well if you does the, he's chef, so he's talking to. Somebody says you know. Does the chef, not know his butcher. Basically yet on you eat the potato. Do not rip it from. The soil does not lie. You know come from death. So That's not part of the equation of good and evil to me, and that includes covid nineteen now going back to the earlier thing human. Human Beings, how we be even the world. we could all handle this better. You know if we if we were with behavior toward each other as the best of us. Jesus Buddha wherever you want to look at for your inspiration. If we were to behave toward each other. Is these people say we should? As we all know really I think that we should. Then a lot of these questions wouldn't come up. Because when someone was sick, then instead of dealing with things on their own You know people would be looking for them. We've had some of that I mean. We'd had people in our neighborhood who called up and said Hey, you need anything from the store to strop. English muffins off at our home yet, so this is where sometimes the very best of US comes out. When there's been some form a tragedy. It's famous. There's a flood or tornado, and then people just suddenly pour into an area to help. A worse, the tragedy it seems the more the impetus to go help is. So. Again at those. If we didn't have these things in then, we wouldn't know that this other side of human nature exists. Thank you very much for sharing that oil one day in so at the open pops of the so the similar type references to the Odyssey and what are some of the more telling tiles that you share in sort of the book?.

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"robert k" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"robert k" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"It's written ski on the line with the one full mister robot spring out welcome to the show orbit. Thank you rik now wrote. We're having a bit of a chuckle to the coal about his. Somewhat of session with coffee. We're going to talk about this. We're GONNA TALK ABOUT PLYMOUTH WE'RE GONNA, be talking strategy cruises, and we're also going to be talking about his wonderful book. The organ pipes of the soul, but with that being said Robert. It's wonderful to have you with me today. What we like to do and I think it's very important for this call in particular is to UNWRAP. Time a little bit and go back. To when you decided. You were going to write a book because I've looked at your bio. There's a lot going on there. Well. When I decided to write this particular book I had I got might be a with an emphasis in creative writings was actually working on a biography of my grandmother, and it just never went anywhere, because once I ran on a grandmother. I couldn't convert it into fiction. So after I was working on a an Ma, degree or MS, actually match science degree in link English as a second language, and the school ran out of work. Basically I had no summer job, and had the summer income, and I found a position publisher. So I was at that publisher for almost ten years I suspect, but it was quite a while, and I wanted to get back into writing, but I found i. had gotten quite rusty. I haven't written anything Muse and awakened at three in the morning. You know and that kind of shaky out of bed experience that sometimes happens so I took a writing course offered through my public library, discount and I am the instructors. All sterile I got nothing out of the course, except after the course broke up. I found myself in a writing group of former members of class, and just before the class broke up, I wrote this little three page I. Think was short story based on a t shirt I'd seen that, said heaven's like a.

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"robert k" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"robert k" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Back to coast to coast George dory with your own final segment with Robert K. sake and Edwards Adele Robert today we keep hearing from experts on this program that the stock market is on the verge of a collapse yet it continues to go up up in up what the X. going on what caused the problems in the credit market not the stock market and the credit market came into being around nineteen eighty and that's for private equity and hedge funds and all that came from so the CEOs of these major corporations are poor running their companies into trouble be their weapon triple a like general ledger is to be triple a and is now trouble BA one level above junk and so they want back which is illegal they bought back their shares which keeps the stock market high but if the credit market collapses which is what we're talking about the repo market then General Electric or general journal mortars afford a toast so is one big house of cards is the answer what do you think a Ted well I think that the the the migration into these shadow investments these non trans pair non transparent investments that that we're seeing all over the world I I do I do if I report that the Chinese sovereign wealth fund is going to be fifty percent an alternative high risk investments in the next five years half of the money is going to be and that's dangerous isn't extremely extremely high cost extremely high risk type of investing and that is that to me is the greatest risk is that all of this money is being moved into the secret accounts where nobody knows who's managing the money what what it's invested in or even where it is or if it's even there so that that to me is the lack of transparency with unprecedented that we have now and the low the gorging on these high risk high cost investments like hedge funds hedge fund the funds private equity funds these these are all extremely dangerous weapons of mass financial destruction let's go to Dave now in Tampa Florida David go ahead Dave you there no Dave it's no longer with us but let's try Mike in Denver a Michael go ahead Mike good morning Georgia thank you so much for taking yes good morning it it's a real honor to speak to both of you Mr Cusack yeah wanna say dean when you know your your books mean a lot to my generation and I've learned a lot from them he and I really agree with your stance on how millennials you to kind of grow up and and stop complaining about about not having feel well over night because that's not really how it works I did have a couple questions for for for you Mr Cusack Ian and a question for both of you so Robert of all the places that you could live in the world what you used to to Phoenix Arizona to live and then the second question which is for both of you is I was kind of wondering if you could talk a little bit about how you you make your first million in business thank you all right the answer for a white van Exel because I used to live in California that explains it right there right I don't like to pay taxes on worldwide.

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