36 Burst results for "Rogers"

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

The Rich Eisen Show

00:48 min | 31 min ago

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

"To hop on board, if you grew up in Disney crossing enough, I don't need my sports team. If you grew up in Michigan, and you hop on the packers just as far as ascending and Reggie white arrives. And then Michigan's finest Desmond Howard coming into winning an MVP for the Super Bowl. Smart move. Love that team. Robert Brooks, Don Beebe. Don Beebe is a word that you don't hear for him. His family says it. Antonio Freeman. No, yeah, it was a really fun team and this guy, Dave bergan, one of our school teachers growing up. He just like indoctrinated us and converted us from lines to packers. And I got to work with Aaron Rodgers briefly at the espys. We did a I Tonya spoof with Danica Patrick and that was like working with her and Rogers was a bigger deal to me than if somebody was like, you want to work with Vin Diesel or Will Smith or whoever it was in Rogers is it for you then? Big fan. So I must have missed that. I haven't been invited to the espys and how long has it been Chris now for me 20 years? So I missed that one. So you were replies you reprised your role of Sean Eric eckhart and he was. He was absolutely. And I missed that. Did a great job. It's on YouTube, some really bad version somebody recorded on their phone on television. But yeah, man, you know what's funny is I met you years ago. Me, in like 20 ten. Okay. In Malibu, there was some celebrity football game. Oh yeah, the Madden the Madden. Flag football. I was in the audience and I was.

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Red Sox beat Jays 6-5 in 10 to avoid three-game sweep

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 15 hrs ago

Red Sox beat Jays 6-5 in 10 to avoid three-game sweep

"The Red Sox needed extras to defeat the Blue Jays 6 5 the Rogers center tied at three of the tenth JD Martinez was hit by a David Phelps pitch with the bases loaded forcing Jackie Brantley junior in with a go ahead run Two matters later Alex verdugo followed with a basis clearing double Phil locked in right now you know I like where my head's at my swing I like where you know what I'm doing with the ball going from the left field line to the right field line So I'm just going to keep that approach Toronto got to within one have the tying run at third base with George Springer popped out to end it John letherby to run

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Toronto beats Boston 7-2; Red Sox win streak ends at 7 games

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 d ago

Toronto beats Boston 7-2; Red Sox win streak ends at 7 games

"George Springer and Vladimir Guerrero junior had third inning home runs as sir Ronald took care of Boston 7 two at Rogers center Springer's 14th at Guerrero junior's 18th of the campaign was followed by Matt Chapman's two run shot in the 5th off Red Sox starter caught her siebel Obviously first to have bats didn't necessarily go the way I wanted them to but you know I think I made the adjustment there that third up at Kevin goldsman with 7 shutter anything striking out ten as Boston sees it 7 game winning streak come to an end John Luther Toronto

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US officials return to Venezuela amid gas price hike

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

US officials return to Venezuela amid gas price hike

"Senior by the administration officials have quietly traveled to Venezuela in the latest bid to rebuild relations with the South American oil giant AP correspondent Norman hall reports A State Department spokesperson says the U.S. delegation that arrived in Caracas includes ambassador James story who heads the U.S. government Venezuelan affairs unit out of neighboring Colombia The visit comes as the Ukraine war drags on and is driving gas prices higher because of sanctions on Russia The delegation also includes roger karstens the special presidential envoy on hostage affairs His visit is said to be a welfare check focus on the safety of several detained U.S. citizens including a group of oil executives from Houston based citgo jail for more than four years There have been recent signs of thawing relations between Washington and Caracas On Norman

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Sen. Kennedy: People Trust the Media Like They Trust Gas Station Sushi

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:31 sec | Last week

Sen. Kennedy: People Trust the Media Like They Trust Gas Station Sushi

"People trust the media like they trust gas station sushi said senator John Kennedy to Bill hammer. He doesn't do a lot of radio interviews, apparently. He likes TV. We've tried to get him on. He's like the Will Rogers of the U.S. Senate. But there are people who are decidedly not Will Rogers esque over in the house, today's Democrat party is led by nitwits and scoundrels and demagogues

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Charlie Reflects on Our Collective Birth Certificate: The Constitution

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | Last week

Charlie Reflects on Our Collective Birth Certificate: The Constitution

"One of the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands, which have connected them with another. And to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and nature's God entitle them. A decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness that to secure these rights governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. I'm reading, of course, our birth certificate. July 4th, 1776. The founding of America on July 4th 1776 is a profound and meaningful day. You see, America did not stumble into existence. It was summoned into existence. It was a moral claim written by Thomas Jefferson and signed by these incredible men from roger Sherman to William Williams to John Hancock that men deserve the ability to govern themselves. Let me read that again. Deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. This was and is the great shot forward.

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Rizzo slam in 8-run 5th, Yanks rout Jays 12-3 for 8th in row

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Rizzo slam in 8-run 5th, Yanks rout Jays 12-3 for 8th in row

"Anthony Rizzo crushed a 5th in Grand Slam off trumper Richards as New York Cruz to a 12 three victory at Rogers center With the Bezos loaded was the 6th of his career Working through Kingston and just always trying to find the right position to be in and it's kind of just the ebb and flow of the season of staying with it and having good at that It was part of an 8 run frame for the Yankees who also got homers from Giancarlo Stanton DJ le mayhew and Joey gallop George Montgomery was 6 of things giving up just three hits for the win He improved to three and one John leatherbee to

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If You Want to Be Better, Fight for It

The Officer Tatum Show

01:32 min | Last week

If You Want to Be Better, Fight for It

"Politics may be out of control, things may seem that they're going in the wrong direction. However, God is still in control, so no matter what it is, you can rest assure that it's going to be all right. God got this taken care of. There's a lot of things that we can use in this moment. To learn from, to grow from a lot of adversity that may come your way, it's happening to you so that you can become a better person on the other side. This is my pitch to everybody that is listening that if you want to become better and the difference between you and the person next to you that may become better is that if you take this as an opportunity and you come out on the other side victorious and you fight and you weather the storm, things will go well for you. If you do not and you sit around and make excuses and you have this idea of what was me, you're gonna come out on the other side and be hurting. I said this very same thing in 2020. And it was the young man that I listened to, there was a Christian. I think his name is Marcus Rogers. He said, dad, God gave him a message. That, in 2020, it's going to be a reckoning for some people. If you persevere if you hold true to the values you fight through it, you're going to come out on the other side and be victorious and there's going to be others that do not.

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This Is What Makes the Founding Fathers So Extraordinary

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

This Is What Makes the Founding Fathers So Extraordinary

"Natural reality that does not believe that there's an overarching design to our existence. You of course are talking about people that want to be God themselves. It's nothing new. We've seen it. It's somewhat predictable almost. When you see people that get into power, they themselves want to turn into deities. This is one of the reasons why the founding fathers were so extraordinary, founding fathers are worthy of study. There were examination where they perfect of course not. However, the founding fathers were exceptional and they were brilliant. You see the founding fathers after they won the war. Against the British Empire very well could have made the washiton, Hamiltonian, jacksonian monarchy. They could have subdivided America and made every state its own kind of feudal territory because that's all humans knew before them. Before the founding fathers broke away and won against Great Britain. One against king George, the people of America, they wouldn't have known any different. Now there was a grassroots desire for self government thanks to the strong biblical teachings of Wesley and mayhew Jonathan mayhew and Jonathan Edwards and whitfield. Thanks to the colonial preachers that laid the foundation, roger Williams, as well, that started the foundation. For when it ended up being the revival of self government, the breakthrough in time, the 4000 year leap forward. And because of all of that, the founding fathers that decided to go a different way. They might have had many shortcomings. But they didn't have a shortcoming where they thought they were God. I can't say the

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Garlick, Miranda 2 HRs each, Twins end Jays' win streak at 8

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Garlick, Miranda 2 HRs each, Twins end Jays' win streak at 8

"Minnesota belted 5 home runs to stop turtles 8 game winning streak with a 9 three victory at Rogers center Kyle garlick had a pair of home runs before leaving the game with a hamstring injury While first baseman Jose Miranda also had a two Homer game the first of his major league career Byron buxton went deep in the 9th to cap the twins scoring George Springer and Vladimir Guerrero junior each homered in the laws Darrell cotton won it out of the pen He's now one in one You say kikuchi lost it he falls to two and two John Luther Toronto

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Brewers rally for 4 in 9th to stun Padres 5-4

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Brewers rally for 4 in 9th to stun Padres 5-4

"And I'm probable 9th inning comeback as the brewer scored four runs in the 9th inning for a 5 to four win over the Padres After 8 innings of lifeless offense the brewers got to work in the bottom of the 9th inning against padre closer Taylor Rogers Andrew McCutchen's RBI single capped off a wild inning Guys are getting on base Guys getting hit by pitches you know and I'm just like dude this is gonna happen you know You could just fill it We could feel the energy shift The hit snap that over 32 skid from mccutcheon Rogers did not record an out in that inning He hit two batters kept unraveling loaded the bases for Jace Peterson's game tying triple He was then lifted from the game Chuck Friedman

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Kody Clemens hitless in MLB debut, Tigers split with Twins

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Kody Clemens hitless in MLB debut, Tigers split with Twins

"Jonathan scope homers and drives an all of Detroit's runs as the tigers blank the twins for nothing in game two of a double header Scope got the tigers in front early drilling his hip long ball of the season in the first inning to give Detroit a two zero edge He punched in the other two runs in the second inning to help the Tiger salvage a split of Tuesday's double header Tiger second baseman Cody Clemens made his major league debut the son of 7 time Cy Young award winner Roger Clemens went zero for three with a walk The AL central leading twins topped the tigers in game one behind a three run blast from Gary Sanchez

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Muncy's error allows Phillies to rally past Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Muncy's error allows Phillies to rally past Dodgers

"Fulfilling score two runs with two out in the bottom of the tenth and even a billion error by Dodgers second basement max Muncie to rally four four three win Los Angeles took a three two late in the top the extra frame on a single by trade Turner The error by Muncie off the bat of Albert bohm enabled the Phillies the savage the final game of the series I strike out there the game's over right So just find a way to put the bomb play and try to make something happen and we turned out to be fortunate today Mookie betts had never been Rio's home run for the Rogers who saw a 7 game winning streak come to an end Corey Kennedy picked up the winner relief Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Does the Armed Services Committee Still Feel Bipartisan?

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:26 min | Last month

Does the Armed Services Committee Still Feel Bipartisan?

At the End of the Day, It's About Getting Things DONE

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:56 sec | Last month

At the End of the Day, It's About Getting Things DONE

Rep. Mike Rogers: Local Elected Officials Have Immediate Impact

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:53 sec | Last month

Rep. Mike Rogers: Local Elected Officials Have Immediate Impact

"Elected officials have much more of a data impact on their constituents than we do. Their daily lives, you know, if that water is not working or the potholes aren't fixed or the trash can not be picked up, they know what right then and it has immediate impact in their lives until it's corrected. But you know, it's been a frustration for me that so many people think that they just ought to jump into politics and go straight to Congress. And I just don't think that's the way to do it. And I had people, you know, I've been in this business now for over 35 years. And I've had a lot of people ask me what's my advice to somebody who wants to get in this business and I tell them, first of all, volunteering campaigns. It doesn't matter if it's a city council campaign, a county commission, a governor's president, whatever Congress, see the mechanics of how people get elected to public policy positions

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How Alabama's Mike Rogers Made His Way to Congress

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:50 min | Last month

How Alabama's Mike Rogers Made His Way to Congress

"Folks, I want you to welcome to the Doug Collins podcast, Mike Rogers, from Alabama Mike's good to see you, buddy. Thank you, Doug. We miss you, man. Well, I miss being there. A lot of late night Sessions and discussions and everything as we go. One of the things that I always like to talk about when we get started on the podcast is and from a perspective, everybody seems to know us, even if it's back in our districts and states, they know us from things like this. They see us on TV, they see us on, or hear us on radio, they do that. They don't really know like sort of how we got to where we are. So I want to use this moment before we get into the deeper stuff in Washington. Talk a little bit about how you got to Congress, sort of your background, why you wanted to do this in the first place. Well, I started young. I knew from as an adolescent and I wanted to be in Congress and I started to prepare myself for a career in public service. I. Prepared for law. I tell people that law is my vocation, politics is my career. But I prepared for a career in politics by getting an undergraduate degree in political science and master's degree in public administration in all degree. And then at 28, ran for the state for the county commission in my home county was the youngest person ever elected in the first Republican. Like a lot in the south, you know it is. There was the south is very conservative, but it was always historically Democrat until the last three decades. Ronald Reagan had a lot to do with change in that and in Barack Obama kind of kept it off. But many events, then I went from the county commission to the state legislature, was there a two terms served as minority leader in 2008, I ran for the 2002 I ran for the House. I've been here ever since.

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Darvish leads Padres past Phillies 2-0 with 7 sharp innings

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Darvish leads Padres past Phillies 2-0 with 7 sharp innings

"The Padres scored true roger the top of the fourth inning and took their 5th road series win with a two zero victory over the Phillies When he pitched you darvis scattered 6 hits he struck out 5 and 7 innings of work to improve his record to four and one helping the Padres pick up their 7th series win overall San Diego took a one zero lead when a single by Robinson Cano that was either followed by a sacrifice fly by Haas young Kim Kyle Gibson took the loss for the fills and saw his record drop the three and two Michael luongo Philadelphia

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'Windtalkers' Focuses on the Wrong Story

Key Battles of American History

00:41 sec | Last month

'Windtalkers' Focuses on the Wrong Story

"But the big problem is, yeah, there's no story is so all over the place and it's so misjudged in mister focus. The focus of the film should be on yazi and whitehorse. They are secondary characters in their own movie. And so Roger Ebert said that the filmmakers have buried the film underneath battlefield cliches and centers center of the stories on a white character played by Nicolas Cage. So this is an important story. And I think was intention was there. And the screenwriter's intention was there. But they didn't execute at all on the right story. And in the right

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"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

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"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

03:30 min | 4 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Wonder why some of these people are thinking the way they do or look the way they do and when you talk to them about this stuff, it's because government has scared the ever living shit out of them, right? As much as I think certain people, it's like, all right, use your IQ, right? And think about things and you would just be fine if you did that. But then on the other side, I'm like, if somebody, you know, essentially threatened, you're going to die. And that's what these people say, you're literally going to die of this virus. You hear, if you asked, if you pulled a thousand Americans, what the actual death rate was, I guarantee you people would be like 10%, 12%, 4%. It's not even close. But we've scared the crap out of people. Oh yeah. No, and you nailed it on the head where people, you know, brain dead or is it just like blind party obedience or whatever, but that's what my Fight Night event is supposed to be hoping to achieve where I'm not trying to convert people to republicanism or conservative conservativism. Whether you're on the left or the right, you know that you're freedoms are being assaulted during these last two years. And so if we can bring as many people who moderate left, moderate right, people who have just kind of been like me and my business colleagues just completely staying out of politics and now they want to be involved in active. They just don't know where to start or they feel like they're going to be canceled. They can come to this new pack that I started called fight for freedom and they don't have to worry about being, okay, now you're one of us. Now you're a right winger. Now, trumper, no, no, no. We need to get people in office, Democrat or Republican, who are anti mandates, and just pro even though I'm pro choice in all things of your life, where you are able to choose if you want to be, you know, I'm not anti vax. If you want to get vaccine, do it. If you feel like that's what's best for your family, you know what's best for you and your family. But do not force me to jab myself with something that I don't not only do I not understand what's in it. The whole world doesn't know what the consequences are yet of this, you know, we'll find out, hopefully I keep posting this thing. It's like, I see the biggest class action lawsuit in 5 years from now. I was like, do you have any, did you take this and have any diarrhea? I don't know. It's like, it's like the muscles the commercials. Yeah. If your nipples have hurt for the last four years or I don't know. Let me let's pitch that about real quick because I know what's coming up here in a few weeks. Fight for freedom, right? Correct? I got that right. I'd for freedom is the pack in all the proceeds go to the pack to fight for these initiatives, this upcoming midterm election, like I was saying, people who voted for mandates were staunch, locked down, staunch backs pushing passports, all these things. The funds will go towards fighting against these individuals, people. What is the event so people can understand what's going on that night? Yes, it's called fight for freedom. It's freedom Fight Night event of fight for freedom pack. There's a lot of fighting and a lot of freedom and a lot of.

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"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

02:34 min | 4 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Communistic one media, one narrative, one product that only the government is allowed to give us world. And some people can't wait for it to get there. But most warm, blooded American, you know, red, white, and blue bleeders are like, uh oh, I'm giving this, you know, my last dying breath. And I think we're going to need as many of those spiders as we can get. I just can't believe in 2022, you know, you see two years of what just happened, how anybody, anybody, could want government rule over everything you do. After the last two years, it's mind boggling. I don't even have words to explain it at this point, right? I mean, you wonder, again, are people brain dead? I'm getting I'm getting to that point. Their brainwashed their brain dead. There's something in their brain at all. Yeah, I had this really fun conversation where honestly, if I wanted to get kind of nerdy and start talking matrix, I think a lot of the left are non non role playing characters or what is it called when you ever see free guy? Yeah. You know, there's the characters that are just programmed to be there and do things and then there's us who are actually role playing characters that have to interact with these characters and it's like you're saying the same thing you're programmer must have cut out some extra deep dialog or not giving you that same program because you're only saying the same thing over and over again. And so I think we're living in a matrix and there's some type of glitch and now all of a sudden all these different characters are just stuck in saying the same thing over and over again. But that's just weird. I mean, I'll tell you too. I've said this a lot recently because people still live in COVID. Like you walk outside of your house and you just pass away on your front porch. You know, I think a big problem is obviously you or I are free thinkers. We're thinking outside the box. We do our own homework. We actually look at data and don't listen to Chuck Schumer's point of view or Joe Biden's point of view or we do our own thinking for ourselves because that's who we are. But if I just played this game out and I didn't know it or care about anything with politics and I wasn't involved in what I'm involved in and I wasn't owning a business or I wasn't a very independent person. You.

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"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

03:36 min | 4 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Like I said, it's impressive. I wish I could find who is manipulating all these different media outlets. Who's manipulating? Because they are a freaking genius. Somehow they've been able to spin narratives and control people's emotions so well that I want some of that. Well, I was just going to say to you too, you seem like a lot like myself and I'm probably a lot like you were I don't struggle to get words out and talk about things, but some of these topics, you're utterly baffled. What can you say that makes any of this make sense at times, right? And with January 6th to, again, like we said, we don't condone it. You obviously know people were angry and were there and we're making a point. But my question on this too is not to dive back in a January 6th because I hate even talking about it. But the left is the first person that wants the police, the police car or the police officers, you know, body cam to be shown everything, right? Like we want to know where it started. We want to know where it finished. We want all the audio. We want everything there like that. Then you ask about the January 6th video and audio. And for some reason, some of it's just not available to everybody, right? We can't see that. You ask about Jeffrey Epstein's jail cell video and I was like, miraculously, it just is not turned on, right? Or it was off or unplugged or whatever they said. And then the other guy that was involved with Epstein last weekend that hung himself or whatever he did, that camera is gone, right? Like maybe if one camera doesn't work, maybe for some of these people now, we should go full two cameras or four cameras, just to make sure an extra crucial on our camera game planning here. Right. To me, it's just, it's really getting to the point where I've said this for a long time now. They don't care anymore..

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"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

05:29 min | 4 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

"This type of economy. But I agree. It's such a long far stretch that these people come up with these types of ways to be offended and be victimized and fill a press. It's almost impressive. It's like, you put a lot of creativity into that to find a way to be offended, well done. But then they wonder why they're the most miserable humans on earth, right? Because you stew and stuff like that. Yeah. And just to make a point, I'm not even sure this, I'm doing this on the fly here. Obviously, Donald is banned from social media platforms as we know. Is Vladimir Putin still on Twitter right now or any of these people that the people, whether it's a lot of your Putin or legitimate terrorist groups in all around the Middle East, they're all, hey, open arms to come on in to Facebook to Instagram to Twitter to wherever you wherever you want because at least you're not pissing off the left. Right, and you're not hurting anybody's feelings, right? Well, they're feelings, I should say. Yeah, they're not. President Putin is obviously hurting some people's feelings right now as we know. And killing people off. But let's keep on the topic of censorship for a second too with some of these athletes. You know, the LeBron James of the world, right? I mean, he's your easiest example. You know, they don't like a January 6th insurrection because it was so violent and dangerous that day that, oh my heavens, what were you going to do there? But, you know, BLM burning down the streets of America and I get this argument all the time. Well, that's not a government building. I don't give a shit what it is, right? You're burning down businesses, you're burning down the police stations, I would consider that a government building in Seattle. What do you mean government buildings weren't burned down? Right. So these people and then you have the Kamala Harris as you have the LeBron James. And again, I'm not condoning January 6th. I wouldn't have been caught dead there going into the capitol. I want to stress that first off. That is not who I am and I would never have done that. However, you know, these people Kamala Harris, you know, funding a bail fund for BLM supporters. Like she said before the election, right? You have people like LeBron that put out tweets of ripping that police officer and things of that nature that actually save somebody's life. It looked like that day. You know, why are there no repercussions and where will there ever be? Well, the boogeyman get those types of people because obviously money fixes a lot. And to use one more example, you know, we canceled Donald Trump, we cancel other people like him, yet we're okay with Jeffrey Epstein still, right? We're still okay there. Nobody involved with Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Clinton and others, has been looked at, right? Yeah. I mean, the double standard, the hypocrisy is. Impressive, almost like it is so disgusting that they can get away with this and but to answer a few of your questions or to go back to a few of your things, government building or not. I mean, government statues very historic things that mean a lot to a lot of people were destroyed. What about our feelings?.

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"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:00 min | 4 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

"They say you don't like our terms and services, create your own. Parler created some people started going over there. Well, Amazon Banda off their servers. And so then it opened up people's minds of how deep does this go? I mean, how much infrastructure do we need to build to provide a legitimate alternative to these social platforms? And a couple of us have gotten together. I'm going to keep some of their names hidden for the time being. It's going to be coming out here pretty soon. But we realized we need to build a whole parallel universe with not only the platforms of social media outlets, but the hardware, phones, Apple, and Android need to have competitors. The servers, Amazon needs to not be the only one holding the on and off, switch for who can stay and who can go. And even satellites, carriers, like it's like holy crap. But if that's what we got to do, that's what we got to do because the second that all these people who are sick and tired of being censored or not being able to say what they feel can go somewhere else, everybody's going to go in droves over here until this superior, I love the platforms are very user friendly and they're very, you know, established, they're not money talks. And so when they start losing money because they're stupid stances, they're going to have to bend and not be so ridiculous because this side, even though less superior and as advanced and user friendly as it could be, the users don't care. They want freedom. They want free speech. They don't want to be crucified. And so options always is the solution and that's what free market provides, but we've allowed big tech to be so monopolized and controlled for too long that we've, you know, we have a big battle ahead of us, but we're working on it..

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"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:59 min | 4 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

"I mean, how long ago was it this year that Elon Musk paid that $11 billion in taxes? And there are all these just like, hey, give an inch, take a mile. He finally was just kind of like, look, I'm not even going to play this game. You guys, I'm sure I could find ways to offset all these different things. I'm just going to pay the $11 billion that you guys, you know, are coming at me with pitchforks and torches. I'm going to pay it. They weren't even happy with that. They were saying, you know what? He should actually pay more and oh, why does this make front page news that billionaire pays taxes and blah blah blah blah blah? We just needed to be so insignificant that it doesn't make news. It's like we know that you'll never be happy. So we're going to stop trying to accommodate your happiness because it's killing us. There is no level in which you guys will be happy. So we're going to stop now. We're going to save the country, save the economy. And we are going to stop carrying it all about your feelings. Because it's killing us. I mean, feelings, that's the exact thing, right? Like this idea that we're going to get into that censorship. But I also want to mention too before we get in this censorship with these businesses too. This idea because of businesses worth $10 million doesn't mean that they make $10 million free and clear year. So again, anybody that's owned a business or run a business and this is something that even I didn't understand until a couple of years ago, you have salaries. You have payroll tax. You have to pay utilities too because you're building needs it, right? You have to.

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"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:58 min | 4 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

"I'm sitting here smirking and not about anything else. It's just lunacy. And so we've interviewed sheriff Daniels at the southern border a couple of times. He's in cochise county, Arizona. And, you know, we had our first interview with him. I don't know this was like last march, then we talked to him again last May and I actually just talked to him again last week. Every time he talks, it gets worse and worse, right? In the beginning, it was like, all right, have you heard from Kamala Harris the borders are? Nope, they won't talk to me. Okay, have you heard from Mallorca's? Have you heard from Biden? Nope, they're not really responsive. Okay, so that's not a good start. Second, how is the border? Is it bad?.

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"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Yeah, but real quick about the State of the Union mental health address. Hopefully he can start with remedies on dementia or Alzheimer's, but we would really appreciate that as a nation if we can cure that, at least for a leader. I mean, he fights the teleprompter daily, right? I mean, and again, I'm off the cuff a little bit. Obviously, I'm not reading off a screen, and we do this, but I mean, my God, you know, he's saying uranians the other night. He's saying, I mean, this stuff is really and I said this. I've said this for about a year now. We can joke about it and we obviously are. We can laugh about it. We can make comments about it. At this point, it's really just sad. It would be hilarious if it wasn't so terrifying. Right. Right. So no, absolutely. I mean, we'll come back to that a little bit too because you have the gaffes are infinite. But the border, it was incredible to see the reality of the failure of our current administration. I should say, you know, it's been a desire for every administration up to this point to secure the borders and have a better solution to what we're having. But Trump is the first one that actually put his money, where his mouth is, or our money, where our mouth is, I guess..

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"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

05:44 min | 4 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Idea who Tito Ortiz or Frank Mir or rampage Jackson where, you know, and I'm like, in my world, these people are the who's who of, you know, athletes and celebrities and so there's a big disconnect and I'm hoping that my private sector is successes and relationships with the athletes and celebrities can hopefully finally bridge the gap between the conservative politics and policies as well as rejuvenate a whole new audience that has been asleep for way too long and that's how we got here. And I think that's a great point too because for a lot of people myself included even I've been involved with a political firm for 5 years now, but I really didn't care as much until a few years ago and then COVID really made me get even more vocal about it. And I think for a lot of people an event like that will absolutely change how you think about things or, you know, it's not that bad. It's not that bad. Okay, this is terrible, right? And I think that's where we've gotten to on the, oh my God, they have way too much power. I mean, our accounting executive and Buffalo New York still has emergency powers. Still, it's march of 2022, right? I mean, how much longer do you need? And to be honest with you, yes, is COVID still impacting people, sure it is. But it's a very small population of people that it's impacting number one. And number two, how are we going to get over this? If we're not over it yet, we're never getting over it. Yeah, it's part of life now. Absolutely. It's unfortunately here to stay. I mean, just like any other virus or, you know, it sucks. But we don't shut down the entire world because of all these other viruses or ailments or illnesses that unfortunately become part of life. But the real pandemic is the ding mental health that is taking a toll on because of the, you know, attempt at less lowering the curve, you know, 14 days turns into two years and I can't remember who said it, but you know the cure can't be worse than the what is it, the diagnosis and the virus or whatever. And that's what it's become. I mean, there is more suicides, more addiction and drug abuse and all these other types of deaths than necessary. And unfortunately, I think it's the next wave of the true pandemic. And I think that's what's, you know, we already knew this, but it's going to show itself out more and more over the next few years, probably. A lot of people get depressed or have suicidal thoughts or sadly commit suicide because when you're so stuck in doing nothing all the time, right? It's the same reason I'm a big believer in, you know, shaving welfare a little bit and making people get back to work and making people do things every day because if you get caught sitting at home doing nothing over and over and over again, of course you're going to go nuts, right? I mean, of course you will. It's not, it's not shocking to see, and it's really sad to be honest with you, but you see these people and kids, especially, right? Kids, the best part of your childhood is not having any responsibility and going on hanging out with your Friends, depending on your age, going to party with your friends or going to play basketball or whatever it may be. And this is, this is not a real number on kids, and it's really, it's really sad..

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"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on TFG Truth

"All right, welcome back to truth, Mike sparse here today. Mike is down in sunny Florida, so he's got the week off. Special guest today, we spoke to him this weekend on the radio show. So I'm excited to speak to him again. Harrison Rogers, the CEO of the anti woke movement. I love that so much, Harrison. He's also got a great event coming up at the end of the month, so we're going to talk about that later on. But Harrison, welcome, and thanks for coming on. Thank you for having me again. It was a great talking last week and so I'm excited to hopefully be able to get into a little bit more detail of all those different topics. Yeah, we won't have any commercial breaks today, so that'll be fun. We can just rifle right through it. Can you tell our listeners, I know some people heard you last weekend, but can you tell our listeners a little bit about your background where you came from and why you're so involved in this movement now, especially as you said, the anti woke CEO? Yes, absolutely. You know, one of the first things I like to tell everybody is that up until about two years ago, I was completely politically agnostic. I wanted to stay away from politics, you know, mind my own business, leave politics to the politicians because my business over here doesn't have anything to do with politics. I don't want my name to be associated with corruption or immorality in so many of my great business colleagues, great people, felt the same way. You know, it's like, you know, let's just, mind our own business over here, let them do their thing. Well, if 2020 taught us nothing else, it's that your business might not care about politics, but politics cares about your business with how they are able to come in and decide who's essential who's not, who needs to abide by Fauci.

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"rogers" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

01:56 min | 9 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"We have an instagram for the night. Facts for insomniacs and that's usually how people get in touch with me Facts insomniacs g mail and then obviously just through the podcast itself. Their links on all the podcasts. You scroll down. There's link tour discord eliteautori instagram linked to contact us as well. Midnight facts for insomnia. Are you on twitter. i am not. I got off twitter recently. It was just. I get it. I'm i understand. I yes absolutely good Well continue successor if there's If you have anything you want to promote going forward greece out to me and go. Hey jesse i'm i'm gonna be. I'm gonna have the comedy. Mp3 petri out. I'd like to voted or just to do that I absolutely adored visiting with you. And i'm so glad you spend some time with me Continued successor. I am going to check out the podcast. I think that sounds fun and I'll also check out the instagram discord. That that sounds like a blast will thank you so much. This has been super fund. It was great to be able to finally talk to someone about bruce's been awhile. I feel like you know. We've all been locked in our little cells here and this has been a great way for me to get this to get this all out. Well good and yes. Please reach out to your stepdad and go. Hey you gotta do this podcast. That sounds really love him. Yeah yeah listeners. You stay safe go get vaccinated. Remember to wear your mask. Wash your hands remember. Social distance The only way we're going to get through this for good to each other I appreciate you. Thank you for listening. Thank you trevor. And we will talk to you soon. Good by doing a podcast. That times can be a one way conversation. And i hate that so please let me know what you like. And don't like about the work. I'm.

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"rogers" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:45 min | 9 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"There all the time so that you know what is already being covered and you kind of you know you have to stay in the in the zeitgeist of it and i'm kind of outside it right now and so i feel like i would be. I'd be coming in and people be rolling. Their eyes like really dude. That's what you're going to do now. Is there stuff that everyone's been talking about for the last five months. Yeah so i would need to die fully back in. And i don't have without quitting the podcasts at and have the time to do that so i got to make that decision. Yeah that makes sense Well good well. I certainly gonna check out the podcast and this. This sounds very informative yet funny right. So which is. I know the sweet spot. You're trying to go to about this. But it with comedy just so you know. I go by my middle name. My name is trevor shane rogers. And so if you're wondering why. It's not trevor rogers on midnight accidents. Omnitracs that it's shane. Rogers and same with comedy. If you wanna see clips or anything. Shane rockets dot net. Okay clinton all right very good. Let me make a note of that all right. Let's go back to bruce. Just a little bit is their favourite songs albums. You wanna share about boy. You know what i would love. I think one of the questions that you mentioned was like what i haven't seen live in. Yes see all mix that together. That's an one thing that have you seen. So i was a big fan of actually Ghost of tom jones. So when that keep. That was kind of the next album that came out. After i kind of got back into bruce and obviously it was a very kind of a departure but i my girlfriend bought it for me and i just listened to it on repeat and i was a huge fan. I mean it just it even though it was so different Just that you know it's it's so intimate there's something very intimate about it. And youngstown was a song that i had really loved on the array on tom jones and then i've seen now video of him. Doing it live with this. You know the kind of giving it the east band makeover and now's lofgren doing this incredible solo like you've seen the video of or have you seen it live. i think i've seen it live. I i'll have to thank you know But yes i have to go to my bruce basin. Look it up you know. But yes. I believe so. I know i've seen the video. You'd is great. And i play guitar. I've played for years. And you know niles do using the thumb pick and all of the finger tapping and then just the raw emotion of it. I mean that is. I've watched that video so many times and you know showing it to other guitarist friends of mine. They're all blown away by it. It is just amazing. And i haven't i haven't had a chance to see that live and that is something that you know. Every time i go. i'm like oh god please play youngstown. But that is. That's one of my favorites and something that again. Also hearkens back to what we were talking about with with bruce being able to sort of update and or reconfigure or change the arrangement of a song to make it a complete i that was such a sedate song initially and becomes one of the heaviest most rocking kind of driving songs. So that was. That's just one of my favorites something that always kind of blew me away Trevor what's interesting is my first show was the the rising to that was the first show. I went to and And i i. I had not learned the rising. I heard it. Maybe once or twice the album..

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"rogers" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:14 min | 9 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Was what opened the door and i think that's great every every band every major famous band has that one hit that brings everyone in and some people are only going to focus on that one hit or that one album. And that's there's only gonna that's gonna be their only touchtone for that band in some. Some people are then going to. That's gonna open the door and that's what it did for me is just opened the door. You know I think back that You know it was you know i. I saw on quorum the website where people post questions people answered and someone said you know. Why did bruce springsteen not duplicate the success of born in usa and my answer was if you look at his career. He very seldom repeat themselves. The albums you know the You know the river was different than you know darkness and then nebraska and borneo say and tunnel love and on and on So it it is Interesting that when you when you go to see him live I think of my buddy. Sam who Years ago went to tom. Petty concert and i said oh how was it. He said all. I could think was this would be the concert tom. Petty fan would hate. He said because he played all the songs i wanted to hear. All the kids. And i was a blast and i think you know if i was a diehard tom petty fan. I'm probably rolling my eyes going. Why is he doing. You know this over again and It's hilarious that you know. Bruce has such a device diverse catalogue that he doesn't do every song off borneo say mixing in the mix. He just you know he picks just a few from there. Yeah it's kind of funny. It is it is and i respect that and i appreciate though that he does still bring out you know. He's still i think he's dancing in the dark at every concert to at least you know all the ones i've seen he's still does and he will he. I also liked it. When he does bring back certain songs especially you know the the real kind of arena rockers. He often he often reconfigures them. He often is different. It's a different arrangement and kia. That has always. I've really enjoyed that as well with the live shows that sometimes you know. Oh it's a. It's a song that i've been waiting to hear forever. But you know he's but why would he just do it the way that he did it then. It was so big and he did it so many times back then. You can see that for him. He needs to make it fresh in needs to do something with it to to to sort of justify. Bring it back into the set list. And that's something i've respected. It's funny you should mention that. Though about the tom petty concert because i had the experience with you i i was a not a grateful dead fan i but there were a couple songs..

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"rogers" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

03:50 min | 11 months ago

"rogers" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Anyway My son is nineteen and is a big dolly parton fan as a result of that he became a huge kenny rogers. He's nineteen years old and you know he's just not got caught up in the draft. You got that right. My question is do you. Are you saying not only you know. I'm fifty seven. Are you seeing a younger fan. Base of any sort that has it has a has an interest in your music. You know what i'm convinced of. All the people that bought my records played it for their kids. I those kids are now growing up and enjoy what they heard when they were kids. So it's it's a great hand off. I think managing..

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"rogers" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"rogers" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"Have my my Batman Monroeville Mass Batman to this day, but my Robin my brother my older brother who was always For lack of a better term destroying toys to find out how they worked grab my Robin and Wishbone did he essentially like hold the legs and there was a rubber band inside and it snapped off a whole figure just literally fell apart and and back then we didn't know better that we could try to repair them or anything like that. So I did a little away and that removable mask Robin is worth like a shit ton of money nowadays right in that little one of course, right? That's the way it always goes, but I ended up getting a replacement and and this one had a mask actually painted on it like later. They made a version where the masks didn't come off as I guess kids were losing him and parents were complaining or something and but then they would also make they made like the Joker and they made Catwoman and penguin and Riddler and then a bunch of other characters like Green Arrow and and wage is Wonder Woman and Batgirl and things like that. So those were like now those were kind of my before Star Wars figures came out in seventy-eight. Those were like the things I played with all the time where those Batman cake Or so I was you know between the comic books and then the figures and the TV show, you know, and I would have pajamas and you know, you name it. I you know was Batman crazy, whatever I could get my hands on them back in those days cuz there was the other thing is that Batman in the seventies might before those me go figures came out. My mom would go around and say my son loves Batman, where can I get Batman stuff that used to be a Batman stuff in the sixties what happened? And my mom has a story where she goes to this guy asked some this and the store guy goes lady Batman's passe. Well,.

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"rogers" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"rogers" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"It's kind of Blocky. Remember when Mark Waid was talking about an artist named Kurt Schwab. Is that ring a bell? So Curt Swan was the good Superman artist The Offspring was the good Batman artist in in the forties and the fifties the early fifties and and so the office on the plate and the cup and the bowl that I had was Dick Springer. And so that's the version for me that I've and it's also if you remember the opening credits of the Batman TV show the cartoon, that's just bring style, right? Okay. So that was for me. I'm I love Batman. I love Oliver most versions of Batman, but my favorite my version of Batman is to spray. That's the one I love what's considered the Golden Age version of Batman and the golden age is a class kind of a wonky classification system that comic book store owners and people who collect comic books used. There's the Golden Age which is from the 30 like the mid-30s to the late 50s early 60s, then there's the Silver age which is the 6th. These through roughly the 70s like the early 70s then there's the Bronze Age Now why they decided to pick Olympic medals. It makes no sense. It is it is the stupidest rating system down grading system I've ever heard of a personally. I don't know. Yeah. Well it is it's been around for a long time but I use my own classification that nobody will ever use but for me, it's like a golden age because it took you know, the Golden Age of television or the Golden Age of radio then the Silver age. Okay, you know so for each things are starting to mature then for me I call the seventies the super age because superheroes were everywhere that was like the big boom and down arrows right you had Spider-Man on the electric company you had, you know, you could buy, you know, orange juice with Batman on it. You could get you know lunch boxes whatever right like in a dated pop culture. The birth super was showing up all over the place the logo, you know, the Superman logo and then after then the eighties is called so this is where it gets weird in the comic rating system is the Bronze Age. She kind of last through the late eighties kind of right around where Dark Knight Returns and crisis on infinite Earths, which are Tu Mara d c titles very famous titles. But then after that everything is like the Modern Age and it's like have we been in the Modern Age since the late eighties what we in the postmodern age, like what so myself I've I've come up with other things like the Dark Ages is the nineties because partially all the heroes go very dark and they're greedy and they all talk like Christian Bale, you know, if you're going to read them to your kids and then of course then we get into life..

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