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"rosenberg" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

04:18 min | 3 weeks ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

"Be better. You'll get better client because you can cherry pick people you wanna work with and send the jerks off to the other advisers and let them work with them and you know just make them hate the industry i take the good ones so leach. Hence pretty darn important. Yeah yeah so enriches. We are It's a great segue to get into introducing our guest today on the show. I was Very honored to have met mike rosenberg from smart assets Maybe a few months ago and during our conversation. I remember it had nothing to do with being on the podcast whatsoever. We were talking about smart asset and how we might be able to partner together in some different areas because obviously as a as the enriches are listening. They know that we are all about client. Acquisition right that's it all begins and ends with konak was as you saw. I was thinking there might be something here. But as i got to know mike a little bit better on that initial conversation And we were having a meeting like like the way. We're doing our podcast here today for your viewers. I'm like man. You gotta be on my podcast. I don't know if we're going to be able to gather but you know you've got some really interesting things about you. You're very compelling presenter. Whenever you're talking about you know you've got this passion about and everything. I'm like dude. You make a great guests on the show. would you entertain being guest on the podcast and mike. What did you say. Yeah i said sign me up. This would be my first podcast ever and carter likewise i mean. I kind of figured early on. It might not be a business fit. But every so often. I get into a conversation with someone where i'm just like. This is the type of person i want to work with. You have something good to offer so if any way we can work together. I'd be i'd be happy to try to try to help and likewise so amount happy to be. Thanks for thanks for the end but yeah absolutely so. So here's what we do on. The show are enriches as we call them. you're gonna get a chance to sort of share your your journey a little bit. So let's go back in the way way machine if you will and Let's talk a little bit about how you got into where you're at today right. I mean most people. Don't start out thinking of themselves. So i'm going to be in sales right in some capacity. Obviously you are in sales..

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"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:56 min | Last month

"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Here bill boys. He's part of the brass of salem headquarters. Fill a sent an email yesterday telling us to tell our listeners and viewers. that's you folks. I'm sorry but that's who you are that they are having a What is it. Can you read it. I really don't understand this now. This is a culture warrior. Contests believe it or not. It says this show wants to honor. And that's this show. Eric metaxas show honor those in american life or standing up for what they believe in. Okay we know there is a cultural war going on around us. But some people rise up and become culture warriors. You can nominate one of those as the twenty twenty one. Salem culture warrior of the year just go to in orcs website metaxas talk dot com and click on the banner just let us know give praising the courage meant to a culture warrior that you believe deserves it for this are we now is the is the secret idea that everybody on my program who listens to this program is gonna is gonna vote for me. I win this. I hope so. I mean i don't really understand if you don't vote for me. What does that say about you. I got my relationship with you. Kansas williams one he won last year's are definitely. Don't vote for his own. She's already got one of these on her mantelpiece. So enough about can enough okay. He's got one on her mantelpiece. I don't have an emmy a tony. I got nothing. So you wanna go to metaxas talk dot com and you wanna vote for a culture warrior. I guess i mean i would. I would vote for mike lindell. Because i love him Let me ask also when you go to my taxes talk dot com and yet now you have to go there yet. I'm sorry you have to go. It's a legal requirement. You want to go to jail or what. No you don't want to go to jail. You wanna go to metaxas talk dot com when you go there You're going to see the banner for the ice offending freedom. Ladies and gentlemen. We need your help on being blunt. Some of you can give very generously. This is a place. You don't need to think very hard whether this is worth your giving. This is about as good as it gets. If you could give them a million dollars. I would say you should do it. They need your help. They need our help. They are the front line of defense in religious liberty everywhere. In america judeo christian values christian specifically are being attacked for what reason wealth for no good legal reason but for reasons of cultural animus against people of faith if we don't stand and fight in the courts if we don't support the defending freedom the whole nation goes down without religious liberty and i've argued this many times in my books and other places we cannot have in america and because we've not been teaching this in schools. People don't really understand what's the big deal. It sounds like a religious thing. Maybe you're not that religious. It's not about that it's about america. It's about liberty it's about your.

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"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:57 min | Last month

"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The book is what next chicago and you were just sharing something. We had to go to the break. So keep talking there right. I had been downtown at a concert. Looking at the beautiful skyline friend said to me this is the beauty of chicago the brilliance of it and i agreed with him but then i wondered how many people died this weekend. How many people got shot. It turned out to be jost fifty-six shot and nine killed in the sad part. Eric was it. I realize that was a good weekend for chicago. The duality of chicago is that brilliant minds have always lived there that most people are warm open hearted generous spark capable and accomplished. Our universities are great. Our architecture is dramatic. The neighborhoods are great. The culture is fantastic. And yet and yet it's become an unlivable Greatly miss governed place so ads. Chicago goes so go all of our nation's great cities in my view and so goes our nation in the end. So i it's not feasible to ignore the plight of cities and all of the cities in our country. Now have been under great great pressure since the middle of last year and most of them are failing in in a dramatic way so something has to change here and i think it has to start at the community level. People have to get out of this sort of cognitive dissonance of thinking that this politics virtue you were asking. Why and how is it that this all can persist this politics of virtue of turning your head when you know that The forms of governance are failing that the values are failing. You turn your head because you don't wanna be that guy right. You don't wanna be that guy who calls out fatherless families rate who who calls out a culture which makes it so that young black men are not comfortable excelling academically. You don't want to be the person who calls that out at your upper west side dinner party because you might not get an invitation comeback right. This is part of what's gone wrong So i think we sort of need A new political party in our non-partisan local elections if the socialists can put six people on the city council of chicago which they did last time around adding five to one who was already there in one thousand nine hundred. Then i would say a new reform party of chicago can do something to and it's time for that. Well i want to ask you about it seems to me. I just finished watching. Rick berns as nine hundred ninety nine a documentary on new york and i thought to myself you know. Government rises to solve problems when they're not solved in the public sector so when you have a real the the negative side of capitalism the triangle shirt factory horrible conditions when you have people not governing themselves the government steps in and says we'll take care of it and then suddenly you get laws and regulations and the government grows and at some point that gets incredibly out of hand. You get somebody like a robert. Moses who's acting like a dictator. The government gets so big and people fail to understand. This is fundamentally against freedom against american principles and so talking to something. I know you deal with in the book but the issue of school choice. How is it that you can have these unions. Unions were originally formed because they needed to be formed but they have now become the enemy. They've gotten all this power and they're working against the common men and women of the cities by saying we don't want to give you choice in schools. We want your kids to go to these rat traps where they have to have cops and metal detectors. It's amazing to me that that basic idea of freedom especially in our cities. We don't talk about that as though that's an old fashioned jingoistic white nationalist idea. And you think well it's not it's it's meant for everybody freedom freedom of choice freedom freedom to choose where your kids go to school whether they go to school whether you want to home school them and we'll take them to a A church school. There's a school in chicago by the way chicago. Hope academy which was started by a friend of mine. Bob cousy a christian high school they are right in the inner city. They have done unbelievable work. And i think to myself boy. If we had ten of those across chicago it would everything. But i don't know if you're aware of that but it's it's you know only about maybe ten fifteen years old But to give people a choice that used to be a bedrock american idea. Now it's become sort of some kind of a conservative idea. You talk about school choice in here. There's a place called Legal prep charter high school. Where kids in one of the most violent dangerous neighborhoods of the whole city west garfield park are immersed in writing the guy who started. It was a lawyer law teacher who found through his work for another nonprofit. That kids just didn't have the basic writing skills to even get accepted to college and it really hit him hard since he was a young attorney and a legal writing teacher Working for another nonprofit that was encouraging kids to develop careers in law. He's he felt. There was a false promise so he started this charter school. It's worked very well. Kids are a writing at college level. Usually by their junior year of high school. They're a going on to college. They're aiming for jobs in the professions not necessarily law. That's just one success story. The problem is yes that the chicago teachers union is involved in a mad monopolistic power quest. They've convinced lightfoot to extend a ban on charter school growth. This at a time when charter school enrollment has grown greatly over ten years in chicago. While the public school district overall enrollment has been plummeting in other words. Parents and students are voting with their feet. But but the response is to clamp down on the thing that they want so added to that the democrats in the legislature passed a bill which included a little secret addition to To ban the closure of any more regular public schools for go. Roman that we're going to have to a ended there. This is astonishing stuff folks if you live in chicago know somebody who does you need to read. What next chicago matt rosenberg. Congratulations thank you. My pleasure world all.

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The Plight of Chicago Is the Plight of All Big American Cities

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | Last month

The Plight of Chicago Is the Plight of All Big American Cities

"Talking to matt rosenberg. The book is what next chicago and you were just sharing something. We had to go to the break. So keep talking there right. I had been downtown at a concert. Looking at the beautiful skyline friend said to me this is the beauty of chicago the brilliance of it and i agreed with him but then i wondered how many people died this weekend. How many people got shot. It turned out to be jost fifty-six shot and nine killed in the sad part. Eric was it. I realize that was a good weekend for chicago. The duality of chicago is that brilliant minds have always lived there that most people are warm open hearted generous spark capable and accomplished. Our universities are great. Our architecture is dramatic. The neighborhoods are great. The culture is fantastic. And yet and yet it's become an unlivable Greatly miss governed place so ads. Chicago goes so go all of our nation's great cities in my view and so goes our nation in the end. So i it's not feasible to ignore the plight of cities and all of the cities in our country. Now have been under great great pressure since the middle of last year and most of them are failing in in a dramatic

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"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:31 min | Last month

"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking to matt rosenberg from chicago and the book is what next chicago. You're just telling us something really nuts. You're seeing that mayor lori lightfoot Was quoting john lennon's beautiful but insipid song. Imagine in response to some killings. Tell us more about that just so that we understand what in what context was she doing this right while i put it this way that she is channeling john lennon. She did not name him what she did. Say after a mass shooting. In which a number of people were killed was it's a whole essentially. She said it's a whole different ballgame if we don't have all these guns around and the absurdity of that is that it's the proclivity to shoot a gun for spurious reasons. That is the real issue here. I think common commonsense observers understand that so the hard part here is going back to a failure among parents. You know the hard part here to me is the issue of what i like to call in eric. This was growth experience for me. I had to confront. What is the central problem here. And i realized it's centered around something that i decided i would call moral authority. This is probably an area in which you have some experience of thinking and writing and and analyzing i realized it's a pretty basic definition what that what's constituted within that but there are maybe only five percent of chicago's one million households that are not living with moral authority but that's a large enough number to affect a tyranny of the minority which means it's not safe to be out on the streets which means that schools k twelve public schools are in state of disorder. Where police are required to be onsite breaking up fights guarding students against violence from other students. There's a great pressure on the county court system because of a small relatively small handful of miscreants who have an outsized effect on the city's so there is a problem of moral authority in the city

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Matt Rosenberg: There Is a Problem of Moral Authority in the City of Chicago

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:31 min | Last month

Matt Rosenberg: There Is a Problem of Moral Authority in the City of Chicago

"I'm talking to matt rosenberg from chicago and the book is what next chicago. You're just telling us something really nuts. You're seeing that mayor lori lightfoot Was quoting john lennon's beautiful but insipid song. Imagine in response to some killings. Tell us more about that just so that we understand what in what context was she doing this right while i put it this way that she is channeling john lennon. She did not name him what she did. Say after a mass shooting. In which a number of people were killed was it's a whole essentially. She said it's a whole different ballgame if we don't have all these guns around and the absurdity of that is that it's the proclivity to shoot a gun for spurious reasons. That is the real issue here. I think common commonsense observers understand that so the hard part here is going back to a failure among parents. You know the hard part here to me is the issue of what i like to call in eric. This was growth experience for me. I had to confront. What is the central problem here. And i realized it's centered around something that i decided i would call moral authority. This is probably an area in which you have some experience of thinking and writing and and analyzing i realized it's a pretty basic definition what that what's constituted within that but there are maybe only five percent of chicago's one million households that are not living with moral authority but that's a large enough number to affect a tyranny of the minority which means it's not safe to be out on the streets which means that schools k twelve public schools are in state of disorder. Where police are required to be onsite breaking up fights guarding students against violence from other students. There's a great pressure on the county court system because of a small relatively small handful of miscreants who have an outsized effect on the city's so there is a problem of moral authority in the city

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Author Matt Rosenberg Is a Chicago Native Son Who Can’t Believe What He’s Seeing

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:49 min | Last month

Author Matt Rosenberg Is a Chicago Native Son Who Can’t Believe What He’s Seeing

"His name. Is matt rosenberg. The book is what next chicago notes of a pissed off native son. Wow matt rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thank you eric. It's a pleasure to be here. I know of you because of your dad the legendary milt rosenberg my goodness. How long did he do radio. I mean how many years was he in that world. Thirty eight years he was on. Wgn am but it was just a second job. His first job He was a professor of social psychology at the university of chicago. And i grew up in hyde park in the professor of social social psychology with common sense and great curiosity which i think he passed on at least partially to me. So you've been a journalist. You've done a lot of things this book. I mean everybody in the country Including some chicagoans are wondering what in the world is happening in chicago. so what. What is the book about what next chicago. What ultimately Are you saying here. I am addressing urban progressive misrule In our nation's biggest cities. I'm looking at the unified theory of systemic racism and positing that that is not the problem that the problem is that urban political elites largely of color are running our nation's biggest cities into the ground. What i'm also trying to do. When this book. I went deep into the south side. I moved back to chicago where i lived for thirty years. from the time of being a a young child six years old to you know My mid thirties. When i finally left and moved to seattle with my lovely wife where we raised two children. I had to come back in twenty twenty looking at the city in chaos and turmoil. I went deep into the south side. Talk to black people in their homes and workplaces about what's gone wrong how to set things right so that was a big part of it but then the policy piece. Eric was very big. I felt don't shy away from this. How is it that the public schools are failing. How is it that the criminal court system has run off the rails. How was it that. of fiscal governance has gone so wrong. Why is it that corruption is endemic and rules of governance are rigged so it was ambitious. But i feel like. I had a chance to step up to

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"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:08 min | 2 months ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Books. And talking to joel rosenberg. The new book is enemies and allies. Joe first question. Can i interest you in some giza dream sheets for mike. Lindell's mike pillow website. If you use the code. Eric wapping discount. Okay let's put that to the side and let's talk about something else. Can we talk about your book. Enemies and allies. Yes and by the way giza egypt and so that is right with the theme of the book. Right is obviously cotton-producing countries. Egypt love egypt. That's the best segue ever going. You know you're a big big big seller of your books you You mentioned some things you said. The media did a bad job of covering the abraham accords. Horrific it strikes me that people talk about. Oh we're so divided. Well a lot of people want to put that on trump. I i have to say having looked at the situation. Because i was not a big fan of his During the primaries. I didn't know whether we trust them. I didn't know i let things play out and i have been so astonished at the viciousness. The these simple irrationality that came out of the emotions of people kind of hatred for him as a proxy for their hatred of. I don't know what something something daddy did or didn't do. I don't know but the idea that something. This central to world history. A valuable accord in the middle east would not be reported would much. It's almost inconceivable to me. Honestly as bad as things are you would think that it's pretty basic like somebody cures cancer. You gotta give props for that. They were trump past. Dr yeah no you're right. There's there's a so the left wing media the mainstream media. I don't i don't expect anything good from. And that's why. I launched these two websites in the middle east. All israel news all arab news to be your middle east correspondent of provide original coverage exclusive interviews but also linked to when there is good coverage. What is that good trustworthy coverage that day. But i'll tell you. I'm particularly concerned about people on on the right of the center. Right peculiar christians or general conservatives who live remained never-trumper. What would that tells. You is okay. We didn't know him and we didn't trust him but even though he's given us you know supreme court justices are pro-life and strict construction est originalist. That doesn't count that he's been more pro-life in any president in american history old. That doesn't count. I have problems with some of the tweets. I have problems with some of the things he's said. But but i'm looking at this and saying and told him you are the most pro israel pro life president in the history of the country not to mention pro growth not to mention strengthening our eyes and putting the fear of god in our enemies. Why because people in the enemy camp around the world my god trump could. He could go crazy on us. That's a good idea. You want your enemies to be off guard. Now it's a little stressful. If if if you live in congress but if you're russia if you're china if you're iran you want them to be off guard and trump really did an amazing job. And i think anybody who can't say look. There are things. I disagree with them on. Fine there's every president's gonna have that we not going to give him any credit for this laundry. List of successes. No i can't in good conscience not adjust my understanding of a person based on what's really happening right in front of me it is is just amazing honestly Where do you see things going right now. Biden has empowered iran He has brought the name of the united states very low in the world. It seems clear that our allies the most of them think that were were a joke. Or we have. We've clearly lost Prestige around the world for what just happened in afghanistan. And that's continuing. When you see our enemies strengthened. Clearly china is the foremost of them. Where do you see this going apart from the intervention of god. I mean it seems to me to be trending in a very dangerous direction. will in the middle east certainly. There's there's two entirely opposite directions that are dynamics that are going on. And this is what i describe at. The core of enemies now is biden is emboldening our enemies. By the and he's rattling our allies by surrendering to the taliban in afghanistan. A country we had one it was. It wasn't perfect and it wasn't a pretty. It wasn't like removing the nazis from peres. We've got paris. I've been to kabul. I've met with tribal leaders. I met with afghan christian leaders. It's a poor impoverished troubled country and it was always going to be that but it was stable. We had one and in one moment biden against the advice of everybody pull the jenga stick out and collapsed the entire thing. now why. that's so bad is because as i as i say the core of enemies and is is that our enemies feelable and iran is. The is the main victor in the collapse of afghanistan because iran now realizes the biden is weak trump pursued a peace through strength policy and biden is doing you know chaos through appeasement and this is a problem. Iran is just a few months away now from having enough. Nuclear enriched fuel that they can start building nuclear weapons and what they want. The iranian supreme leader wants is a nuclear nine eleven. He wants a second holocaust. For israelis israel jews and when i interviewed mohammed bin salman the crown prince of saudi arabia. He told me on. The record is only on the record interview for any book ever. He said the iranian supreme leader is quote the new hitler unquote and the s. gets the iranian threat. Biden does not. What i found was every arab leader that i spend time with fully understands how dangerous iran is and they but they see biden in full retreat from the middle east. What's going to happen. What you wanna watch for now. Is i think this is actually gonna pull the arab nations and israel closer because they now have to build a nato alliance middle east nato as it were as a bulwark against iran. The iranian threats. And i i would be watching the saudis. I think that will be very telling the next year or so. Do the saudis make peace with israel. i talk a lot about that in the book because i've spent a lot of time with a top saudi leadership. It's it's amazing. I'm sorry we don't have more time but it's so good to know you're there. It's so good to know you're writing about all these things folks. The book is enemies and allies Brand new bestseller from our financial rosenberg. And joel i wanna mention again. All israel news Is your website in case people really want to know what's going on joe. Congratulations on the book. And thanks for what you're doing. Happy to be your middle east correspondent. God bless you paradise that they do things that don't give folks alvin. Can i just say that. I'm tan for such a time as this you are. Is it religious of.

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"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:21 min | 2 months ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Pray about it and use the code eric. I just thought i wanted. That's my first question. My second question is in your way mike. Mike is graciously given me wonderful pillows. I'm a big a big flip. You sit in a room. With netanyahu and all these bigwigs. I sit in a room with mike lindell. Okay what what. Discount code has netanyahu given. You know. y'all going out over that. I must value. Get right okay. But i joke around. You really know these people. You've sat with these people. You've gotten to know these these people over the years and obviously you're right about that in your book enemies and allies nonfiction one question. I wanna ask you and you can go anywhere you want. But when people talk about the abraham accords. I'm not sure. I understand the significance of that. I haven't heard much about it. Tell us what's your perspective on that. What did trump achieve anything. Well the media did a terrible job covering most important storage game. Changing set of arab-israeli peace agreements in a generation re literally have not had an arab-israeli peace accord in twenty five years We've only had two prior egypt and jordan and president trump who was told by everybody in the peace industry in washington. You'll make the middle east worse you'll never make peace. You don't know what you're doing. You're a moron. And yet he accomplished four arab israeli peace agreements plus an agreement between kozo a muslim majority but non arab country and israel. It's extraordinary what trump pulled out and eric. You know this about me. In sixteen i was a sharp critic of trump. i would've considered myself a never-trumper. But i did would always know whether never-trumper did i said. Okay i have these deep concerns about him but let's let's pray for him every day and let's see how he how how he does. When i sat with them in the oval office a scene described in this book. I told him that. I'd been a never-trumper now eric. You know the man. How often does the term never-trumper get used with mr trump in his presence particularly in the oval office because judging from the looking at his is not that often. But i said to him. Listen i didn't believe your promises. I didn't trust you. But i've been stunned by what you've accomplished and i began rattling these things off. Let's just take a few right. The abraham accord had not yet happened. But we were trending there. It was clear to me that he was going to be able to pull these things off. Four arab-israeli agreements. Okay plus destroying the isis kathy. Liberating five million christians and muslims and yazidi from the reign of terror of isis taking out the isis terror. Commander abu bacher all-body taking out the top iranian terror general qasim sulamani ripping up the iran nuclear deal of imposing a maximum pressure sanctions campaign against iran. Moving the us embassy from talbot to jerusalem recognizing israel sovereign rights over the golan heights. And i could go on. And on as i do in enemies and is i believe. Trump deserves a nobel peace prize for the abraham accords. I doubt that he's going to get it. But if you don't win a nobel peace prize for creating peace with four arab countries and israel. What's the price for. President obama won one and never created a peace treaty. Between any thank you. That's what the prize is for. You know and. I know we've lived through times in our In our years on earth there many things that have been dramatically devalued a lot of the brand names. They're still carrying on whether it's the new york times yale university the nobel prize especially nobel peace prize. It's one of those things. It has become meaningless. You didn't win it you know before. Nineteen eighty or nineteen ninety. It almost has become meaningless because once gave it to obama in couldn't give it to trump. Even though he did what he did you start realizing unfortunately it has been devalued. Its political so you can no longer care about that. We look to god. Does god want me to do something Is he pleased that i did it so i i'm glad to hear from you. An expert on this stuff that what trump achieved was what i thought. It was really wasn't successful and unbelievably hopeful in a region where we haven't seen hope in a long time. Let me give you another example under president. Trump trump embraced egyptian president el-sisi for liberating hundred million egyptian arabs from the reign of terror of the muslim brotherhood. We can't think of a single example in history were an arab muslim took removed it a terrorist regime in this case the The muslim brotherhood and yet obama rejected. Fcc said that it was terrible. made him persona. non ratto wouldn't invite him to the white house tromble appropriately embracing now. I then got invited to bring the first ever. Even juggle delegation to meet with el-sisi ever in the history of egypt and raleigh or getting know each other i've had five meetings with him and i described these meetings in enemies and allies. Cc told me you know joel. I'm trying to do everything. I can to rebuild the churches in egypt that were destroyed or damaged by the muslim brotherhood at government expense. He's rebuilding those and he said. I'm building the largest church cathedral in the history of the middle east. And i'm gonna give it to christians on christmas eve as a gift. Would you come again. And witness that moment and i described it in the book. This is historic and trump. It's a lot of credit for standing with leaders with allies like this. We're going to go to a break folks. i'm talking to my friend. joel rosenberg. The brand.

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Donald Trump Deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for the Abraham Accords

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:58 min | 2 months ago

Donald Trump Deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for the Abraham Accords

"Question. I wanna ask you and you can go anywhere you want. But when people talk about the abraham accords. I'm not sure. I understand the significance of that. I haven't heard much about it. Tell us what's your perspective on that. What did trump achieve anything. Well the media did a terrible job covering most important storage game. Changing set of arab-israeli peace agreements in a generation re literally have not had an arab-israeli peace accord in twenty five years We've only had two prior egypt and jordan and president trump who was told by everybody in the peace industry in washington. You'll make the middle east worse you'll never make peace. You don't know what you're doing. You're a moron. And yet he accomplished four arab israeli peace agreements plus an agreement between kozo a muslim majority but non arab country and israel. It's extraordinary what trump pulled out and eric. You know this about me. In sixteen i was a sharp critic of trump. i would've considered myself a never-trumper. But i did would always know whether never-trumper did i said. Okay i have these deep concerns about him but let's let's pray for him every day and let's see how he how how he does. When i sat with them in the oval office a scene described in this book. I told him that. I'd been a never-trumper now eric. You know the man. How often does the term never-trumper get used with mr trump in his presence particularly in the oval office because judging from the looking at his is not that often. But i said to him. Listen i didn't believe your promises. I didn't trust you. But i've been stunned by what you've accomplished and i began rattling these things off. Let's just take a few right. The abraham accord had not yet happened. But we were trending there. It was clear to me that he was going to be able to pull these things off. Four arab-israeli agreements. Okay plus destroying the isis kathy. Liberating five million christians and muslims and yazidi from the reign of terror of isis taking out the isis terror. Commander abu bacher all-body taking out the top iranian terror general qasim sulamani ripping up the iran nuclear deal of imposing a maximum pressure sanctions campaign against iran. Moving the us embassy from talbot to jerusalem recognizing israel sovereign rights over the golan heights. And i could go on. And on as i do in enemies and is i believe. Trump deserves a nobel peace prize for the abraham accords. I doubt that he's going to get it. But if you don't win a nobel peace prize for creating peace with four arab countries and israel. What's the price

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"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:09 min | 2 months ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Ram dobson and others were there. We want to have you back because you know eric. We talked about this before. You and i are connected by romans. One sixteen where paul says. I am not ashamed of the gospel for. It's the power of god for salvation to the jew first but also to the greek so so to the greek ladies and gentlemen doesn't mention the irs. You'll notice the italians tough luck. God wrote the book mentions the groups. Wants dimension okay so take it easy. No so look you. What's going i. It's always fun to joke around. But we have to get serious because what's going on in the middle east so many people and i'm included are dramatically puzzled like we've never been quite this puzzled at what just happened. I mean i've been on the record. That i don't believe biden was elected and i think this stuff is gonna come out but that's a side issue. Let's say he was elected. Let's say he is the president. Why would a. Us president do what he did in afghanistan. It is utterly unfathomable to me in other words as upset as i am about it. I'm even more mystified. Because i feel like we all must be missing something. Nobody could be this incompetent. There's gotta be more to the story. At least that's my theory will. Unfortunately my book enemies and allies didn't come out in time. And i say that because as you read this book you'll see is i described the transition from president trump to president biden or. I'll just say president biden. There there he is. He's making these days vice president biden. That's probably more accurate. If you don't mind. So so. But i i actually profile him towards the end of the book because i knew everybody would be asking. What should we expect. It's going to be a sharp contrast from trump to biden's but what do we know about by right. Well there are some good things. He's the most pro israel person in the entire democratic party and using eight which is saying almost nothing. No no look. Let's be fair israel. Bipartisan point of unity. For seventy five years it's becoming divided now because you've got the squad Now trying to strip a billion dollars worth of missile defense funding For israel From the latest budget but dome the iron dome system which is which is crazy because it protects palestinians israeli arab muslim and israeli jews and christians but the point is there are many pro israel people in the democrat party and biden is among them but even by some of the closest friends say that his judgment on on middle east issues is is horrific and that he's been wrong on almost every foreign policy issue in the middle east off the last forty years. The former defense secretary under the obama biden administration. Bob gates said this on the records now in the Enemies now as i explained in detail that in twenty eleven biden boasts that he persuaded obama to remove all u. s. military forces and advisors from iraq. Now bob gates at the time as defense secretary leon panetta as director and others pleading with the president. Don't do that. you're going to create a vacuum and bad forces are gonna come in and things are going to get worse. Not better but biden. Fresh forward obama agreed. And what did we get. That's where we got isis. That's where we got actual outright genocide by isis a slaughtering christians but also slaughtering even in larger numbers muslims and then ease and other religious minorities. You would hope you would hope that. A person like joe biden would see that his catastrophic error in twenty eleven lead to genocide and therefore should not repeat the exact same mistake in afghanistan. Unfortunately santayana famously said those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it and this is what's so dangerous because if biden can't handle the taliban wisely how is he going to stop iran from going nuclear. Well that's the point. He has demonstrated a really a staggering ineptitude in foreign policy at a time. When unfortunately it matters folks. I'm talking to our friend you'll rosenberg. Don't go away. The new book enemies and allies. Hey folks eric taxes here. Joe biden and the democrats have laid out. The most socialist agenda or country has ever seen instead of following president. Trump's blueprint that had the economy booming. The dems are going to raise taxes. Increased regulations and skyrocket and already outrageous national debt. If your retirement is in traditional investments it is in jeopardy. Americans should be diversifying their investments with gold and precious metals..

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Why Would a US President Do What Joe Biden Did in Afghanistan?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Why Would a US President Do What Joe Biden Did in Afghanistan?

"Have to get serious because what's going on in the middle east so many people and i'm included are dramatically puzzled like we've never been quite this puzzled at what just happened. I mean i've been on the record. That i don't believe biden was elected and i think this stuff is gonna come out but that's a side issue. Let's say he was elected. Let's say he is the president. Why would a. Us president do what he did in afghanistan. It is utterly unfathomable to me in other words as upset as i am about it. I'm even more mystified. Because i feel like we all must be missing something. Nobody could be this incompetent. There's gotta be more to the story. At least that's my theory will. Unfortunately my book enemies and allies didn't come out in time. And i say that because as you read this book you'll see is i described the transition from president trump to president biden or. I'll just say president biden. There there he is. He's making these days vice president biden. That's probably more accurate. If you don't mind. So so. But i i actually profile him towards the end of the book because i knew everybody would be asking. What should we expect. It's going to be a sharp contrast from trump to biden's but what do we know about by right. Well there are some good things. He's the most pro israel person in the entire democratic party and using eight which is saying almost nothing. No no look. Let's be fair israel. Bipartisan point of unity. For seventy five years it's becoming divided now because you've got the squad Now trying to strip a billion dollars worth of missile defense funding For israel From the latest budget but dome the iron dome system which is which is crazy because it protects palestinians israeli arab muslim and israeli jews and christians but the point is there are many pro israel people in the democrat party and biden is among them but even by some of the closest friends say that his judgment on on middle east issues is is horrific and that he's been wrong on almost every foreign policy issue in the middle east off the last forty

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"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks remember. I promise i would have roll roll. Joe's enberg on the show. I realized i'm getting his name wrong. It's not roll joe's enberg it's actually joel. Rosenberg joel rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thanks bob it's great to be with you. Oh eric trish. I even heard of you. I've heard of you in fact i've had you on the program many times. You have so many new york times. Bestsellers that i. I laugh because to somebody who i don't know. I think i have five officially but i thought you have written so many books and your books do so well and you now have another book so before we get into current events. 'cause i wanna talk about the middle east. Sure i'm tell us about the new book. Because it's i know it's it's the new book. Well what's interesting about this book. Enemies and allies is. It's the first book. It's the only book that really takes you inside the middle east twenty years after the horrific events of nine eleven to to assess. Where are we today right. Who our enemies today. Because they've changed and who our allies today. They've also changed but what makes us book. Distinctive is not just that. I'm sort of analyzing it from my own vantage point. But i'm taking the readers inside the palaces and the presidential compounds in every major american ally in the middle east. You're sitting with prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu you're sitting with israeli president ruby. Rivlin you're sitting with. Israel's defense minster by you're also sitting as i take you with me into riyadh saudi arabia and you're meeting mohammed bin salman most consequential and i think the most controversial leader in the arab world and presidency in egypt and king of jordan and the leaders of the united arab emirates and bahrain. This there is no book. Might this that has allowed you to sit there and listen to these leaders. What are they think are the worst threats facing not only the united states but them how do they how are they changing their societies because there are massive changes. So that's what makes us book interesting and for me fascinating to live it over the last few years. Well obviously you. You told me that you're an albuquerque right now now technically. That's not even part of the middle east. My right that is correct. I went the other direction. Me know that i know my geography right. You can't push me around just because you know you. You live in the middle east. But i know a lot of stuff for example but actually this is true. You told me you're in skip heights that you're albuquerque. He's a wonderful pastor preaching that turf many times. And i laugh. Because when i was there i remember. Skip saying to me. You know you need to meet this guy. Stephen collins he's discovered biblical sodom He's got a a archaeological museum. I thought wait a second. I'm going to albuquerque new mexico. We're really really really far from the sands of the middle east. And obviously i got to know. Stephen collins put his story in my new book. is atheism dead. But it always cracks me up. That it was an albuquerque through. Skip height saying that. I found out about one of the most significant archaeological finds of our lifetimes in the in the middle east. So what brings you to albuquerque. Since you're normally at least on the wet on the east coast of the united states will fifteen years ago. Eric skip high-tech invited me out to talk with him and his congregation about first nonfiction book ever written called epicenter and he got so excited about this book about really looking both of the geopolitical and the biblical understanding of israel and the arab muslim world that he said we should do an epicenter conference. I said okay. We should have two thousand people in jerusalem. And i said i don't know how to organize a conference like that but we did it. He said we need. We need to create an epicenter documentary film. This needs to be shown in churches all over the only caveat mutual. i need to. You need to have a website that explain. I said so. Skip got excited. He was creative. He helped co produce this film. He co hosted this. We had this conference and for fifteen years. We've been working together to help. Educate christians and obviously non-christians as well. What is going on in the middle east. Why does it matter to us. And how is christians in particular. But not exclusively. How how should we think differently. What what what's the so. What of all this skip has been every single almost every single delegation of evangelical christian leaders that i've taken to meet with these high power high profile arab-israeli leaders and and he's all through the book and the last thing is a year and a half ago. He helped me launch two new websites all israel news and all arab news to provide data david our by our coverage not just sort of big picture in enemies now is this is all news to me. It's fascinating skip is a is a dear dear brother and i I i didn't know that he was in your book. Enemies and allies. I see a copy behind you there but that is so cool. When i was the only time i've ever visited israel. We would see graham lynch's franklin graham's daughter and she was going to stay there because skip heights egg and a group was gonna come and to do a tour While we were there she got news from her father. Franklin that our grandfather. Billy graham had just passed away so of course. She went home. But i've always thought that it would be fun to do. A tour of israel with skip. Anyway i mean get off this but i've become so i remember seeing you. We were at the king david together with part of the the white house of faith initiative team chatting with you and there were a number of others jack..

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"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thanks bob it's great to be with you. Oh eric trish. I even heard of you. I've heard of you in fact i've had you on the program many times. You have so many new york times. Bestsellers that i. I laugh because to somebody who i don't know. I think i have five officially but i thought you have written so many books and your books do so well and you now have another book so before we get into current events. 'cause i wanna talk about the middle east. Sure i'm tell us about the new book. Because it's i know it's it's the new book. Well what's interesting about this book. Enemies and allies is. It's the first book. It's the only book that really takes you inside the middle east twenty years after the horrific events of nine eleven to to assess. Where are we today right. Who our enemies today. Because they've changed and who our allies today. They've also changed but what makes us book. Distinctive is not just that. I'm sort of analyzing it from my own vantage point. But i'm taking the readers inside the palaces and the presidential compounds in every major american ally in the middle east. You're sitting with prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu you're sitting with israeli president ruby. Rivlin you're sitting with. Israel's defense minster by you're also sitting as i take you with me into riyadh saudi arabia and you're meeting mohammed bin salman most consequential and i think the most controversial leader in the arab world and presidency in egypt and king of jordan and the leaders of the united arab emirates and bahrain. This there is no book. Might this that has allowed you to sit there and listen to these leaders. What are they think are the worst threats facing not only the united states but them how do they how are they changing their societies because there are massive changes. So that's what makes us book interesting and for me fascinating to live it over the last few

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Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'

"Rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thanks bob it's great to be with you. Oh eric trish. I even heard of you. I've heard of you in fact i've had you on the program many times. You have so many new york times. Bestsellers that i. I laugh because to somebody who i don't know. I think i have five officially but i thought you have written so many books and your books do so well and you now have another book so before we get into current events. 'cause i wanna talk about the middle east. Sure i'm tell us about the new book. Because it's i know it's it's the new book. Well what's interesting about this book. Enemies and allies is. It's the first book. It's the only book that really takes you inside the middle east twenty years after the horrific events of nine eleven to to assess. Where are we today right. Who our enemies today. Because they've changed and who our allies today. They've also changed but what makes us book. Distinctive is not just that. I'm sort of analyzing it from my own vantage point. But i'm taking the readers inside the palaces and the presidential compounds in every major american ally in the middle east. You're sitting with prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu you're sitting with israeli president ruby. Rivlin you're sitting with. Israel's defense minster by you're also sitting as i take you with me into riyadh saudi arabia and you're meeting mohammed bin salman most consequential and i think the most controversial leader in the arab world and presidency in egypt and king of jordan and the leaders of the united arab emirates and bahrain. This there is no book. Might this that has allowed you to sit there and listen to these leaders. What are they think are the worst threats facing not only the united states but them how do they how are they changing their societies because there are massive changes. So that's what makes us book interesting and for me fascinating to live it over the last few

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"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:59 min | 2 months ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Is that. God is as serious as a heart attack. God is as real as the inevitability of death. He is as real as dangers of drunk driving. He's real as the cancer you're gonna get from smoking. He is inevitable. He's not some wistful option that you might wear. Maybe believe the law of gravity going to believe in causality today. Oh maybe i am going to avoid fire. Because we'll burn me the the existence of ghazi rude hard fact which you might even regret. There were times when. I'm like if only the atheist were right right. I would rather the certainty of annihilation after death. Then the very real chance of hell. I would rather god did not exist but sadly he does i. There's a book. I wanna ryan someday. A new regret to inform you. That christ is risen. That's a title. I plan to use someday billion. You should at least write the article. John there's so much. I want you to write man. You better stay healthy. I don't get what you need to because you've got a lot to you. You've got a lot of books to write. What you just mentioned The when i was writing this book one of the most astounding things to me was discovering that the two leading atheists of the twentieth century. John paul sartre albert camus came to faith at the end of their lives. I i said how is it possible that nobody knows this. I mean it's kinda crazy. And when i discovered i thought this i mean this happens a lot of times. I'll find something when. I'm writing a book and i think how did it get to be me that found this because this is i didn't have to dig for decades to discover this. I just happened to find a book. And i read it and i think wait a minute. This is real on. I do more research and you find out. It's true but to the biggest atheists of the twentieth century jump all start in alberta mu. They look into the abyss. The bleakness of atheism harder than anyone and at the end it was untenable. They couldn't handle it they said doesn't make sense. Both of them turned to god and camus camus was practically begging a priest to baptize him and it was a mainline protestant precent. He was kind of like mad. Have been baptized. That was fine. No he add been but he wanted to make an official restatement right and the priest was was. I think a prisoner in word but he was like well. I don't know. And i don't think you're ready or something like that. Confirmation four you should have gone to a catholic this roles. He has lost these things. It's almost it's almost funny but anyway well thanks for talking about my book with me and it really is. I hope it encourages people because we need some encouragement don't we we started to We're gonna talk to joel rosenberg. John thanks for all you do my friend. God bless you folks. I've got to tell you a secret about relief. Factor that the father son owners. Pete and seth taliban have never made a big deal about. But i think it is a big deal i i really do. They sell the three week. Quick start. Pack for just nineteen ninety-five to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back hip or knee. Pain nineteen ninety-five about a dollar a day but what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quickstart they lose money in fact they don't even break even until about four to five months after you keep ordering it friends. That's huge people. Don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes pete. And seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money..

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Professor Paul Kengor Explains the Modern American Marxist

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Professor Paul Kengor Explains the Modern American Marxist

"So in other words, in the thirties and forties, if you were in the Hollywood 10 if you were Algeria, this if you were Earl Browder later on Gus Hall, the Rosenbergs in the 19 fifties, you swore loyalty oath to Stalin's Soviet Union. And what we have today is they're not doing that. I mean, today's American Marxists, which is why I think with this this brilliant title of your book, I think you may have failed us even more than then you realized, uh, this is a unique American. Brand of Marxism. It's American Born. It's American fashioned. You know, the strain or strains of it is something that history here to four has people have never seen before. So this is really unique. And you say in your book, you say there's been an Americanized adaptation of Marxism, and I think this place is put it exactly right, which takes marks Marx's core precepts and contextualized them. To our American system, And here's really the dangerous part. And this is what a lot of people don't get. So so they contextualized them to the American system like you say, mark in order to effectively overthrow the system. And and that actually is something that's not new. So these people in the thirties and forties they would hide behind the Fifth Amendment. They would They formed the front groups with names like the Committee on the First Amendment. And you would just pull your hair out. Congress would write like First Amendment. Fifth of men that the first thing you got here do is throw out the U. S Constitution. What are you talking about? Exactly? And a lot of these guys and gals today. Yeah, You know, it's the same thing so they're taking the Marxist framework. And they're using it in a way that seems in at least in their rendering of it, right. You know, American about rights and civil liberties and so forth, But it's in order to undermine the existing system. And, yes, that's American Marxism today.

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Professor Paul Kengor Writes a Remarkable Review of 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Professor Paul Kengor Writes a Remarkable Review of 'American Marxism'

"Professor. Paul Kengor is an expert on communism is an expert on the Cold War. He spent a lifetime studying this. He's from Grove City. And not at my request, he wrote a review that appeared today in the American Spectator, The American Spectator. Is an iconic Publication and our website. By one of the great Conservatives really in modern times. Bob. Terrible. And who has been so important in so many ways to so many people. I don't want to give you a taste of what Professor King, Gore said, given his unique position. And I Some of you believe me in some of you on but I'm not reading this for the praise. I'm reading it for the analysis, okay? Go to Amazon and type in Mark Levin, American Marxism and you'll find the number one best selling book in the country, with hundreds of reviews and mere weeks. Even more impressive. It's rated 4.9 out of five stars. Clearly something is up. It's not just Levine's name is platform as he raised his huge radio show his life, Liberty and Love, inch on the Fox News Channel or his previous best sellers. What's up is what Levin has tapped into with this particular book, American Marxism. What's up is unfortunately, American Marxism. This is not American Marxism in the form that this nation long ago dealt with. This is not the American Marxism of the past century in the style of the standard. Of the former standard bearers Gus Hall, Alger Hiss, the Rosenbergs, the Hollywood 10 and so forth. No, that was really Soviet Marxism. Those guys and gals of Communist Party USA swore a literal loyalty oath to Stalin's

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"rosenberg" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have that experience anyway but people at all day thanks in part because it the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Today we have. The list of rosenberg is critic in post. And eliza. thank you for being on the podcast. Really an article. That i thought has been overdue really since the start of the year and really points out which going on an outlawed the lead. Nbc's not running the golden globes. What's the big deal and they should give us your thoughts on the award. Show zhen really. I mean you mentioned in your article. The ratings have just literally tanked on those shows on. It's been.

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Summer Camps Return With Fewer Campers and Counselors

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Summer Camps Return With Fewer Campers and Counselors

"Summer camps are back but with fewer campers and counselors all fifty states are allowing summer camps this year corona virus related rules will be in place Tom Rosenberg with the American camp association says the goal this summer is to have fun to get there we actually have to agree to follow these basic rules and I'll listen to this camp directors who are doing their best to care for children Josh Nelson says the Glorietta adventure camps near Santa Fe New Mexico a ready to go fly lines you have mountain scooters the waterfront's huge the camps will have mask rules they have the same book rooms so that's where they can take the mask off at night or when they're sitting down at meals at their table Margaret JP's children are going to camp in Kansas it's a sign that things are getting back to normal the camps in New Mexico will be at one third capacity I bet Donahue

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Russian Opposition Activists Set for Court Amid Crackdown

BBC Newshour

01:27 min | 6 months ago

Russian Opposition Activists Set for Court Amid Crackdown

"Mm hmm. Now in moves that indicator further crack down on any opposition to President Putin. Russia's upper house of parliament has approved a law that bans members of what it deemed extremist organizations. From standing in elections. A new law will, in effect bar many of President Putin's critics from running in legislative elections in September. Let's go to Moscow and speak to our correspondent Steve Rosenberg. Steve tell us who is being talked about here. Who are these so called extremists. We're talking about extremist or terrorist organizations according to changes to the electoral law. So if you look at the official list off terrorist and extremist organizations in Russia, it includes groups such as al Qaida on Isis, so no surprise there. The electoral law is not being amended because of those groups. It is clearly being changed to make it harder for supporters of opposition leader Alexander finally to run for office this autumn in the parliamentary election. Don't forget that a Russian court is considering at the moment whether to label Mr Levine is political political network, an extremist organization. In fact, one federal list in Russia has already labeled it extremist. So if, as expected, the court goes ahead. Designates Alexander won. His network is movement azi extremists that will be used almost

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Director of Russia’s Foreign Service Denied Responsibility for SolarWinds Hack

BBC Newshour

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Director of Russia’s Foreign Service Denied Responsibility for SolarWinds Hack

"The S V R says allegations his agency has been launching cyber attacks against the West are absurd and pathetic. Washington holds the SPR responsible for the giant solar winds hack that infiltrated a string of US federal agencies. The SVR chief has been speaking to our Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg. Journalist We peer with partial in Australia should not least one of Russia's most closely guarded buildings. The country's spy chief tells me how lucky I am. You were the first foreign journalist allowed in here, so gain a risk in, says Looking around, he adds, these walls have witnessed the planning of great operations. There's one operation in particular. I've come here to talk about. Mr Nourish Skins Agency. The SPR has been accused of carrying out the largest cyber espionage operation the world to scene. Now it's six hackers broke into computer networks of US federal agencies, including the commerce and Treasury departments. One of the most sophisticated cyber security breaches in American history investigators. The attack is widely blamed by cyber experts on Russia buying searching malicious code into a software update from the company. So the winds Hackers gained access to a T least nine U. S government agencies, including the Pentagon, Homeland Security and the State Department. The White House named the SPR as the perpetrator. So will its director. Admit to such an audacious operation Me a bullet. Bert Listener was losing the key. I think you might be flattered to hear such an assessment of the work of the Foreign Intelligence Service, which I run such a high evaluation. But I don't have the right to claim the creative achievements off others as my own spot in Italy this way, But when the U. S administration says it has traced the attack To a

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"rosenberg" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

02:45 min | 7 months ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

"At least what they could get for such a modest budget. They initially offered the directors chair to nicholas roeg. Who turned it down. they later landed. Stuart rosenberg. He was best known at that. Time for cool. Hand luke rosenberg brought in some of the crew that he had worked with just recently on the charles bronson vehicle called love and bullets cinematographer. Fred kona camp who is an academy award winner for the towering inferno and rosenberg's goto composer generally lalo schifrin. He also brought in love and bullets coast. Are rod steiger as well. Schifrin would go on.

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Should Emergency Rooms Be Equipped to Deal with Addiction?

All Things Considered

04:01 min | 9 months ago

Should Emergency Rooms Be Equipped to Deal with Addiction?

"Visits to hospital emergency departments plummeted. But a new study shows more people than ever are turning up at hospitals seeking help for drug addiction and overdoses. NPR addiction correspondent Brian Mann found many emergency doctors have struggled to respond. Emergency departments are great at treating things like chest pains and asthma attacks After the pandemic hit. A lot of those people stopped showing up at hospitals. They were scared of catching the coronavirus. But Kristin Holland, a researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, says patients experiencing addiction needed help. So desperately They kept coming. The thing that really stood out to me about all drug overdoses and opioid overdoses. Those were the only two for which we saw. An increase. Holden study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, analyzed roughly 190 million emergency room visits. The data shows even people who didn't catch the coronavirus were hit hard by the pandemic. People are indeed experiencing poor mental health, suicidal thoughts, substance use, potentially as a coping mechanism. But there's a problem. Experts say Many emergency departments aren't well staffed or trained to help patients with these kinds of problems. Dr. Mark Rosenberg is president of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Emergency physicians have always been able to treat the overdose, but we did not have tools to treat the addiction. Or the dependency. Rosenberg's organization has worked for years to convince emergency departments to improve addiction care. But he says, reform has come slowly. He points to the fact that most emergency doctors still don't use buprenorphine. It's a drug proven to help people with opioid addiction, avoid relapse. Only one third patients get medications for Opioid use disorder in the emergency department. Experts say regulatory hurdles and stigma around people with drug use disorders have kept many emergency departments from improving their addiction care. Dr Stephen Veal heads the emergency team at Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Florida. I think there was a lot of hesitancy because it's not what we've done. It's not what I've trained in, and it seems like somebody else should do it. But I think that what finally pushed emergency physicians out of their comfort zone to do something is just the number of people that we've seen die. After a spate of overdose deaths. Three years ago, Veal changed his department using buprenorphine and also adding a new member to his team. Larry Brooks is a trained addiction counselor who now works with patients in the ER as soon as they're revived the overdose patients that comment to an emergency room They're at their most vulnerable. They're at their lowest point that they've ever experienced. You know, the you know, been dead. Or at least near dead. And brought back to life during the pandemic. Brooks Hospital has seen a new spike in drug cases, Brooke says. It's made a big difference. Having an addiction program in place. This is the best time for us. As health organization and a community as a whole. To make an impact and say, Look, somebody is here. You're not going to get kicked right back out the door and go into withdrawal and have to find something else and then be back here in two hours, But experts say emergency Department addiction programs like this are still rare. CDC researcher Kristin Holland says she hopes data from her study will convince more hospitals to change our takeaway from this is meeting people where they are and if people are coming to the emergency department for these outcomes, that's where we need to meet them. Well, death from covert 19 have dropped from their peak. The CDC has fatal overdoses nationwide keep rising with more than 220 drug day. Brian Mann NPR news

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Welcome to Shondaland

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:19 min | 9 months ago

Welcome to Shondaland

"Tonight. We're talking about shonda rhimes. Who is like she's a total boss. Queen television absolutely all right so first. We'll talk a little bit about shonda. So shonda rhimes was born in chicago. Illinois in january nineteen seventy. She was the youngest of six children. Her mother vero was a college professor and her father. Eilly was a university administrator. And she'd said that she exhibited an early affinity for storytelling early on in her life. She attended marin catholic high school and served as a hospital volunteer which inspired an interest in hospital environments. She majored in english. And film studies at dartmouth college and she graduated in nineteen ninety-one at dartmouth the black underground theatre association. She divided her time between directing and performing in student productions and also writing fiction and after college. She moved to san francisco and worked in advertising but she moved to los angeles a little bit after that to stubby screening at the university of southern california. She was ranked top of her class at usc. And she earned the gary rosenberg writing fellowship. She obtained a master of fine arts degree from the. Us's school of cinematic arts. And while at usc rimes was hired as an intern by debra martin chase who was prominent black producer she also worked at denzel washington's company monday entertainment so after she graduated rimes was actually an unemployed script writer in hollywood and to make ends meet. She worked various jobs including as an office administrator. And then a counselor at a job center during this period rhymes worked as a research director documentary. Hank aaron chasing the dream which won the nineteen ninety-five peabody award. One thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight rhymes made a short film called blossoms. Unveils which starred. Jada pinkett smith and jeffrey rate. This is actually only credit as a film director. So that's nineteen ninety eight short film blossoms unveils new line cinema purchased a feature. Script of hers It ended up not being produced at that time but she received an assignment shortly thereafter to co write the hbo movie introducing dorothy dandridge in nineteen ninety nine which earned numerous awards further star. Halle berry. get out. I didn't realize that she colorado so interesting. Oh wait till you hear the the plethora of things that she's worked on. Oh no after grad school rhymes sold her first screenplay called human seeking same about an older black woman looking for love in the personal ads. And that film wasn't produced. But you have heard of her next project in two thousand and one rhymes wrote the debut film of pop singer. Britney spears the starring zoe saldana and taryn. Manning crossroads everybody. I didn't know that she wrote that. Get out up saying. I feel like it's been really it was really panned by the next but maybe for them. Okay no sometimes. It's it's sometimes you just want a nice story about friendship road trimming going on a road trip and having a nice time and may be hitting up a karaoke joint. Heck yeah and singing. I love rock and roll. That's all i'm saying is that maybe it's for them. I think lauren has actually seen crossroads. I have felt you know. She wrote that and then the next thing that she worked on in two thousand four was the sequel to the princess. Diaries called the princess diaries. Two royal engagement. Get out. yeah. I didn't realize that she was so like a dummy. I just assumed like shonda rhimes right out. The gate was grey's anatomy but apparently she was introduced are obsolete reduce. So she's working on all these film things in two thousand three. She actually wrote her first tv pilot. Abc it was about young female war correspondents but the network. Turn it down. You know what they didn't turn down ask project. So here's where sean hillen comes in sean. Billion is the name of rhymes production company shine million and its logo also referred to the shows that she has produced an also to rimes herself. So when we say shaun d land. It's like interchangeably sean. And her production company. Yeah and like the. Because i do remember like i think it was. Abc or nbc. I forgot what what channel she's on but it was. They were like girl a sorry But it was like thursday nights. Is sean the land. Because it was like it was like back to back to back to back shadowland shows. We'll talk about that. You have a basically they. They tried to rebrand thursdays. Like tgi. T thank goodness thursday because that its native shot in the land. I mean people are gonna watch no matter what they didn't need to need hype it up so The name shawn lane was stylized as capital s shonda capital l. Land one word from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen but since two thousand sixteen is all stylize lower case everything is lower case. It's always very recognizable font so you might often see in print as actually all lower case letters.

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Additional COVID-19 vaccine hubs in Houston area

Sean Hannity

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Additional COVID-19 vaccine hubs in Houston area

"Its part now adding more current virus vaccine hubs statewide, including three new ones. In Houston, the Department of State Health Services says more than 333,000 doses of the vaccine. Are expected to be delivered next week to 260 providers statewide. That'll includes 79 hubs for large scale vaccinations. The newest list of hubs includes CH I ST Lukes Health Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center and the School of Nursing in Houston State, also designating new hubs and anorak Rosenberg, Galveston, Texas City, Cleveland, Conroe and Brenham.

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Navalny plans to return to Russia after recovery in Germany

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Navalny plans to return to Russia after recovery in Germany

"The Russian opposition activists, Alexey Navalny is expected to ride back in Moscow today. He's been recovering in Germany after being poisoned in Russia last summer. BBC. Steve Rosenberg, Aleksei Navalny is decision to return Hope is a direct challenge to Vladimir Putin. The man Mr Navalny believes ordered the attempt on his life. The president denies that accusation. But in Russia, no criminal case has been opened into the poisoning of Mr Levine Lee last summer. Instead, he's the one being investigated. He faces new fraud charges He was recently put on a wanted list. The prison service here says it intends to detain him for violating the terms of a previous suspended sentences.

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NBC Nightly News

11:30 min | 11 months ago

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"And none of us wants to hear this but this could get even worse than more. Contagious uk variant. We've been talking about. It's now at least fourteen states. And the cdc warned today it will become dominant here by march. Richard angle got rare access. How these variants are being tracked as they spread around the world. Kobe is ravaging brazil hospitals running out of oxygen deaths rising because of new covid mutations today the uk already struggling with its own highly contagious variant band. Nearly all travel from south america. I went to the. Uk's main sequencing lab near cambridge leading the world in hunting for variants robots here select covid. Positive tests gathered nationwide. The virus is fed into machines that reveal. Its genetic code and if the code has changed with a mutation dr. naomi park manages operations. How often when you run these sequences do you find anomalies pollution. But i guess very come out which become more alarming or americans looking for various mutations closely enough saying no he's not nearly sufficient vehicle to be the real time surveillance and monitoring of these various so americans might not know the the real kind of variants that they're facing now it might be danube realize they see the effects and i certainly too late. The variants identified so far do not appear to be more deadly but since they are more transmissible overwhelming hospitals and causing more deaths richard engel. nbc news cambridge with all that president elect joe biden laid out his blueprint for scaling up the vaccine effort with more on that. Here's nbc's jeff bennett tonight. President-elect joe biden unveiling his action plan to pick up the pace of cova. Vaccinations this is the time to set big goals to pursue them with courage and conviction because the health of the nation is literally at stake. His plan encourages states to allow more people to get vaccinated including those aged sixty five and older and frontline workers boosts vaccine supply by releasing the majority of available doses sets up federally funded. Mass vaccination sites sends mobile units to hard to reach parts the country and calls for closer coordination with state governments. Have my word. We'll manage the hell out of this operation to for it. The president-elect is calling on congress to pass his nearly two trillion dollar corona virus relief plan which includes direct aid for struggling american families and businesses biden tonight announcing he'll issue an executive order requiring everyone to wear masks in places where he has the authority to mandate it. The president-elect is also urging patients warning american. the out of the pandemic won't be easy or fast. Lester jeff bennett tonight. Thank you just five days. Before the inauguration a massive show of forcing washington is getting even bigger with twenty five thousand national guard troops. Now here's tom. Castillo across washington security is growing tighter by the hour restricted zones razor-wire topping perimeter fencing the national guard increasing troop levels to twenty five thousand weapons at the ready as dozens of state capitals also beef up security amid intelligence that right-wing extremists are threatening. More attacks. there's a great deal of a very concerning chatter. And it's what you don't know that. We are preparing for today. Disturbing details in charging documents against jacob chesley part of the mob that attacked the capital. The prosecutor in arizona said there's evidence that the intent of the capital rioters was to capture assassinate elected officials in the united states government. The doj has since struck that phrase chancellor's attorney says he was following trump's directions and will seek a presidential pardon despite guns explosives and zip ties. The in dc says there is no direct evidence yet of kill or capture teams today. The washington post reports attackers. Were within seconds of reaching vice president pence before secret service agents hit him in a nearby office capital police and the fbi toll nbc news. They are investigating what the republican members of congress. Aided the mon aided and abetted the crime may have to be actions. Taken beyond the congress and In terms of prosecution for that also tonight the dc police officers who fought for their lives last week are speaking out problems for. Daniel hodges crushed in the doorway there in my mascot. Still mike whitney sprayed with everything i was able. I think that was able to get out of officer. Mike known scream to the crowd. He had children guys. Were trying to grab my gun. And they were chanting like killing with his own gun. Also tonight the secret service and the parks service are closing the national mall the first time ever for an inauguration. Dc's mayor is encouraging people to stay home and watch it all on tv lester. Those accounts office simply awful. Tom thank you. The number of arrests in last week's attack is growing quickly. The fbi now seeking tips with billboards around the country nbc's. Pete williams joins us pete. What's the latest lesser federal prosecutors. Say they're focusing now on the most violent offenders they've opened about three hundred investigations with the rest so far in about a third of them. Some of those arrested are cooperating. Generating more leads. The fbi says it has received an astonishing one hundred forty thousand photos and videos to help identify rioters people or even sending in tips about their own friends and family members as for whether the rioters had leaders prosecutors say it may take months to find that out. Lester alright pete williams tonight thanks in sixty seconds moving vans at the white house and appending impeachment trial. A presidential transition like no other way to the document we. I had a light a candle. I'm chuck rosenberg on my podcast. The oath i talk with people who served with integrity and honor men and women who liked the way this week former. Fbi assistant director. Frank figliuzzi if you're all about harsh rigorous aggressive rules enforcement. You're not going to last very long as an organization because people will hate you for it. Your system won't have credibility they won't report conduct and they won't cooperate with the core values you're trying to maintain so with any disciplinary system with any attempt in your family. Your team your community. Your company to enforce compliance enforce regulations and values. You'd better have compassion along with consequences. Join me for season for the oath and msnbc podcast search for the oath wherever you're listening right now and subscribe new episodes every wednesday day. Hi everyone steve kornacki here. You may remember hosted an nbc news. Podcast called article two inside impeachment. It followed the developments of president. Donald trump's first impeachment last winter the article. Two podcast is back with a special episode bringing you the latest on the second impeachment of donald trump. I'm joined by. Nbc news capitol. Hill correspondent leeann caldwell who was in the capital on the day of the riots to break down the house vote and what a senate trial could look like. Search for article two inside impeachment wherever. You're listening right now to subscribe for free tonight as the president faces a second impeachment trial. We're learning how he'll make his white house exit. Here's peter alexander tonight. President trump the final hours moving trucks outside the west wing but no sign of the president. The vice president pence. Nbc news has confirmed called vice. President-elect kamla harrison thursday belatedly congratulating her and offering assistance with next week's inauguration that unlike the president pence will attend the conversation described as cordial and pleasant at the capitol. Nancy pelosi sidestepping questions about when she'll send that article of impeachment to the senate for trial to be prosecuted by nine house. Democrats so urgent with the matter. They're now working on to taking this to trial and monday. You'll be the first to know. Democrats would need seventeen senate republican votes to convict. President trump an uphill. Climb at least one republican alaska's lisa murkowski at trump critic not indicating how she'll vote but suggesting she's open to convicting the president. I believe that this president has committed an impeachable offense now harris. The incoming vice presidents addressing concerns the trial. That could start as early as curation day will overshadow their agenda. We know how to multitask. There's a reason that word existed in the english language. That's what's gonna be required. We've just learned that. President trump expected to leave the white house hours. Before the inauguration with discussions underway for a ceremonial send-off arriving in florida before biden is sworn in last year alexander. At the white house tonight. Thanks up next a rescue mission by a quick thinking restaurant manager. Police say an eleven year. Old boy is out of harm's way tonight. Thanks to a clever restaurant manager. San brock has the warning. Signs may not have been glaring. Were visible enough. We have some customers years. We've shuki one off the kids. These weeks a loss of bruises on his arm orlando restaurant manager. Flaviano convey value syncing distress from an eleven year. Old boy with his family secretly flashing him this note. Do you need help. What happened when you showed him that sign. He knocked me yes he needs help in he. May this sign with his hands. Timothy wilson the second. The boy stepfather is behind bars. Tonight facing three counts of aggravated child abuse. Police say the boy told investigators his stepfather hit him with a wooden broom tied straps around his ankles and neck and was hung upside down from a door. Even just seeing the pictures. It's absolutely appalling that that this happened to a child. Police told nbc news. Wilson denied the charges though they say the boy's mother kristen swan admitted to knowing about the abuse she's charged with two counts of child neglect the boy in his half sister now in protective custody as the touch and perseverance of another mother. I was ready to grab him and why he lives may have changed. The trajectory of this boy's life san brock. nbc news. good for her up. Next how one. Man's inspiring america with two critical missions.

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Wrong-way driver involved in fatal Houston crash on Southwest Freeway

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Wrong-way driver involved in fatal Houston crash on Southwest Freeway

"Workers. Houston police They're still sorting through the details following a chased down the wrong side of the Southwest Freeway. Officers say a man drove for about 30 miles on the opposite side of highway 59 from Rosenberg into Houston early Monday morning. The chase in It after the truck wrecked out in a parking lot at Loop 6 10, the male and female passenger or hospitalized, But no word on

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Man and woman in U-Haul lead wild wrong-way chase on US-59 into Houston

Rush Limbaugh

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Man and woman in U-Haul lead wild wrong-way chase on US-59 into Houston

"Two people hospitalized in a wrong way crash of the Southwest Freeway this morning, Police say the man drove about 30 miles on the opposite side of highway 59 from Rosenberg in the Houston in the pre dawn hours. The chase ended after the truck wrecked out a parking lot at the 6 10 interchange. Man. The female passenger now hospitalized. No word on any charges yet?

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"rosenberg" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"Bob Rosenberg on dose of leadership, , former CEO of Dunkin donuts. . I am so excited to have you on the show. . Welcome pleasure. . Well, , you got this new book coming out in October, , round the corner to round the world, , your lessons of that you learn running Dunkin donuts I love Dunkin donuts by the way I think copies outstanding pilot. . Now, , go through the airport I always bypass starbuck's sorry starbucks and I always go straight to Dunkin donuts that coffees just so good to music to my ears. . You know I was reading your bio and it said you graduated from Harvard Business School. . Told me this right and your twenty five and you became the CEO when you're twenty five is that right? ? That's correct within weeks of my graduation I had in my early career I basically virtually grew up. . Over the store I worked in lots of different jobs within my family business, , which is not call Dunkin donuts gone universal food systems and a variety of different jobs I went to hotel school and went into the army, , and then went on to graduate school in. . Expected to join the family business but Lord knows I had no expectation that it's twenty five I dad who is only forty seven at the time eighth grade educated Guy Returns to me. . And asked me if I wouldn't take over the responsibility of CEO. . At his business said the REF aching request and that one third few weeks to decide upon. . But ultimately best decision I ever made man the yeah. . Obviously a life altering one of those decisions in life that that. . was definitely a y intersection the road, , and you had to make a choice. . You went down that path and there was no looking back. . Once you did. . But Man Twenty, , five, , I can't imagine you know that was almost twenty seven years ago for me just the the leadership lessons I've learned from twenty five to fifty, , two AB. . been. . I can only imagine you with your experience it had to be a minimum exponential. . So the type of leader you were at twenty five to when you stopped in one, , thousand, , nine hundred and what do you think the big differences were one of the things that was an advantage <hes> early on in the first soda, , era I break the book down into the six areas that I that I see as the company history from nineteen, , sixty, , three to. . Nineteen Ninety Eight. . But in the first era, , the big help was business school and it was there that I learned the language to strategy. . I would love to say that I came to the job as a copy twenty, , five year old into it. . All right I think I matured and and made my mistakes and boy did I make a lot of mistakes over those thirty five years if that the thing that I think the grew was my emotional intelligence. . To better understand myself an-and away to. . Hopefully understand my teammates around me franchise on his and the people that I came in contact with end consumers. . and. . It was a journey I. . Mean I would absolutely say that <hes>. . It's an old saying, , but it's true in my case no, , you can't put an old hat on a young body. . You do have the Soda Lauren through trial and error and I think truthfully, , in my case, , the setbacks experience were more informative and more useful. . than the successes in fact, , a big mistake the after the five I five is of tremendous success, , the second five years or really difficult, , and it really came as a result of the success of the first five years. . It became an impediment to future success in it wasn't until. . Unfortunately almost led the team off a cliff in the second five-year era <hes> that I really began to start to learn the more effective lessons about who I was what my responsibilities were. . As a leader. . and. . It came from a book of all places. . Really my my soda moment transformational moment for me. . He uses a book that you read was kind of a transformation moment, , <unk> moment or. . Second Year of a second era of Maya my stint as CEO, , and after the first five years basically was under pressure to go publican. . And when I came out of Business School Isaiah inheritance <unk> universal systems where eight little businesses it was it was excused chaos and fundamentally what the team did is we basically narrowed that down a one <hes> we had really been experimenting with far too many businesses and we say basically decided to exploit the the sort of the diamond in the rough that we. . Had which was a bunch of stores in many cases, , soul breakfast lunch called Dunkin donuts and made donuts and coffee, , and we decided to focus on our core business and quiz extraordinarily successful and we went from one hundred thousand dollars in pretax profit within five to seven, , hundred, , fifty thousand and we went public because my dad I've been trying to sell the business. . While I was in business school was unable to sell from billion dollars. . It'd become the billionaire always wanted to be after taxes and that was the reason he turned to me I. . Think at that Young Age is he wasn't quite sure what to do and. . Put me in charge. . Then I changed the vision, , change the dried to keep up unreasonable injectors and. . Drove the business off a cliff I was sitting there amidst. . Stockholder suits, , franchisee lawsuits reading a book called the best and the brightest by David Halberstam. . And it was a book about the Johnson and Kennedy Administration of the Vietnamese War, , and what he maintained was even though the administration are governmental Mister show run by these Ivy Leaguers the best the brightest our country at the offer they never really went into the hamlets and into the front lines where the war was being waged the final what the true story was while the con-, , winning the hearts and minds of the townspeople in the leadership in the towns. . And Halbe Sam said the great fault lie in the fact that our leadership. . Suffered from what he called Hubris the Greek word for arrogance in sitting in that chair and I remember like it was yesterday I said Oh my God Halberstam could be talking about me. . Yeah it was in that and I decided I. . You know I was blaming Franchisees for suing us and. . Problems that we're having in terms of Mike. . One of my key executives left the company because he had lost faith leadership fellow had gone out of business school with. . An and basically we convened our management team. We . decided that as leadership we'd never blamed. . Martine. . Mates are followership take a hundred percent of the responsibility hundred other responsibility. . And that we that invite, we , apologize for the Arab always we invited franchise on his end to noodle out with us what we did on how we can improve it. . We decided we're GONNA go each of us to visit a hundred stores a year each in order to touch the front is travel with the district manages visit the store talk to the owners. . Get very important in we created an advisory council. . So fundamentally, , we did a one eighty in terms of our attitude about how were leaders particularly need what my responsibility was in it all came from that that insight that momentary it's insight from that one book that was transformation I love that story the book was called the best and brightest what what was the full in the brightest by David Halberstam? ? Think Nineteen, seventy-three, , , it's it's it's bestseller it was. . An important book at the time. . In my view, , it's still a great management. .

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"rosenberg" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Conversation with creative people with inspiring messages and a lot to share joining me today is a good faith Bob Rosenberg. I've known Bob for the last five years and we occasionally hang out together. He's known to many many people as the former CEO of Dunkin Donuts and he's written a book He's promised to do for a long time all about the experience of running Dunkin Donuts with business and life lessons Galore. The book is brand new. It's called around the corner to around the world a dozen lessons. I learned running Dunkin Donuts G as I sit here with at all Dunkin regular and a Cruller donut. I'm thrilled to Welcome to the podcast man has done so much for the culture and for business bringing us all Dunkin Donuts. Thank goodness. Bob Rosenberg joins on like The book is called around the corner to around the world by Robert am Rosenberg 35-year CEO of Dunkin Donuts. I think the title is so apt but because I grew up in this area as you did. I know where it all started but I also know what I travel overseas or do an island or somewhere west of the Mississippi. I need to know there's a Dunkin Donuts there. That's the way I feel warms my heart off. And as I said, I think they're around the world there are over five million customers who start their day with a cup of Dunkin Donut coffee and their favorite home goods and whether it's a donut or a or a muffin or a bagel and that's a heart-warming thought that it's nice to know that you have so many loyal customers and you have a job opportunity as a as a business to to provide a little smile and a little sort of bounced two people steps as they start their day every day and we love being a part of that and I love being able to do a job. Our customers. Well, the book is the story of the evolution of the business when you took over for your dad and that's kind of interesting in itself because you were just a recent very recent graduate from Harvard Business School at 25 tell me more about that. It was it was a sort of a pivotal turning point for both. My father was only forty-seven years old and who had found at the business office and the company itself. My father had started after the second world war and a business he knew which was basically the developing trucks that went around to factory sites and construction sites dead serving coffee and and sandwiches to to workers and the business was growing my dad and eighth-grade educated guy basically thought he needed some help and he brought in his dead brother in law a CPA and a guy he admired as his full partner and that business continues to grow but it's vending machine started. Come on the scene. The business started to falter and they decided to diversify and they opened up a donut shop in the Southern Artery in Quincy in 1948 was called open kettle and through a series of happenstance as they basically be modest wage be changed the name to Dunkin Donuts in the launch the business but the partnership faltered and when it reached five stores, they broke up and my father bought my uncle out for the VIN Book value of the business did my uncle proceeded to do I took that proceeds and he decided to open a competitive Donuts chain called Mister Donut, huh? And the new companies Rife with all kinds of family conflict waged pulled it out for a number of years and a few years later and eight years later when I came on the scene basically missed it don't it was the same size as Duncan and my father had Diversified the business opening bank accounts as in Hamburg as well as how would he be fat burger some new englanders may remember was our chain and cafeteria company and a vending company in Mister Donut without burdened of all those different authors. This is was flourishing and we were sort of stagnating my Dad tried to sell the business for a million and a half dollars back in those days my second year in business school. He had taken me with him to New York when she was approaching a private Equity buyer to try to buy the business but because profits has stagnated he wasn't able to get the million and a half dollars that after taxes would lead him to be the millionaire. He always wanted to be wage and it was against that backdrop that a few weeks after my graduation. He turned to me and asked if I wouldn't take on the responsibilities as president and CEO pretty awesome responsibility at that wage, even though you knew a little bit about the business and you say that you filled in for some of the managers over time when you were a student virtually. Figuratively grew up over the store. I I did all kinds of jobs all the way through high school and through college and in between college and graduate school. I I I actually helped do the spadework to launch our Beef & Burger business by going to work for McDonald's and their first location and greater Boston and the other bridge and the name Miss Mass. So I had a number of jobs. I worked in the kitchen I porch canteen card. So I I worked in the bakery. I had spelled manages on on vacations when I'm in college when they when they went on their vacation. So I took over and manage the stores in Stoneham in in Somerville and the Summers so I had I had experience in the business. I'm a Believer at home and Maxim Malcolm Gladwell, so I'll blind in his I think 2008 book called outliers. He said successful. Leaves a trail in yep. Look closely enough. You'll find that most people who are successful in most things that are successful people to practice and Apprentice for ten thousand hours and their trade and I think that money is true. I believe that and so I did spend my 10,000 hours. It probably was over eight or ten years, but I did that working in different jobs in the company before we go on a walk and talk a little bit about the path and the ark that it took let's talk a little bit more about your father who was a larger-than-life guy sort of soaked up all the energy in the room when he came in for all the successes you point out the issue that he had bought a hubris and why that was something that you took us a lesson. Tell me more about your dad my dad and I were very different people. We had a different life experiences. Yeah, he dropped out of school in the eighth grade. He had a knack for and he was a real enterprising young man. He had delivered post for a Western Union in those days and even went so far as to sell ice and Rockingham Park on hot days and by crawling under the under the under the link fence to do a job. He was a very entrepreneurial a very resourceful very Savvy, but he and I had different styles and so the different beliefs we had different life experiences and I am honor and love my father. He gave me a phenomenal opportunity at a young age that worked out well for me and for the business, but it didn't come without its challenges. He was a young man very demanding and had it had always had his foot out the door because he was a child of the depression so he was always lucky. To sell the business and I had a hard time trying to keep us in and I loved what I was doing business with started off. I changed the strategy our team did and we started have a lot of Suboxone was hard to have one eye on who was going to buy us in another I and trying to run the business on a day-to-day basis change the strategy and beat Mister Donut, which was really off of Jack is in those early years, right? So it was it was both a wonderful opportunity but a big challenge book starts off with chapter on the Halcyon Days the first year long, it takes us all the way up to the time when you left and the Brits had taken over at that point and we'll talk a little bit about that. But I'm not a business major by any stretch. I'm married to one but I learned a lot about General business sense and understanding and just explain how you broke down the book for those people who are listening living Reddit yet..

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"rosenberg" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on Uncommon

"Didn't have to do anything to do business me. I would put like. Poppy Golden retrievers puppy golden retrievers like five. That do you have a family dog? We've got two dogs. What are the? Capitals. That Kabylie across the land. Look like mini labs. That's cool. We choke linemates. Doug is a WHO love chocolate labs. My next dog is definitely a goal trade off. The something about Golden retrievers that the just so smiley. You can never. Pain. That is a raisin. That's the reason why will never get a golden retriever because my Paulo's? She seems to react to like cats and dogs long hair. So she's always like schnauzers and stuff in their family which I use to hike because I used to think that would like little yappy shits but. She convinced me all those. Tanks. I can't account deal with the whole breathing thing. It. Nicole. Thank you for doing this and commandeering your daughter's room I. Think it is. This is the one at school. Where can people find you on the INTERWEBS? On instagram Liberty Interior. And website is libertine periods dot com today you. Will make sure we link all that of course but. The call Rosenberg thanks coming up. Thank you..

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"rosenberg" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Rosenberg on the other side with Peter Hoffman to the all time greats often got a spot across from the school today which was good I saw that and he ambled in like a migrant farm worker so that worked out we waited for the four o'clock when you can park there legally in any ambled out yeah it's pretty good you have to play the game here in New York a lot of places we can go all we're all disappointed on the air judge news obviously I had a lot of thoughts coming in and then a lot of the news change let me start quickly and for those of you old enough you won't mind a rest in peace for editing tools at Ingalls back as I tried to explain to these guys when when radio was not the lowest rung in show business entangles was a sports director at W. C. B. S. and he died at eighty seven years old this afternoon I understand least that was the news was released this afternoon and he was a star man I mean he was a star we talked a little bit recently about Marv Albert and how it's a shame that Nolan decided not to invite him back to the fiftieth celebration because he was so synonymous with that championship team that the Knicks had fifty years ago well let angles was you know it's just a different time I can't it's hard to explain it and nor would you be overly interested if you didn't live at that time and you didn't grow up in New York at that time with you know W. C. B. S. and W. I. N. S. and getting your sports news you know nowhere else no internet no where else so these guys were stars you know reading goals was a star and I met him several times but I didn't know him and I'm reading everybody's online tributes and apparently the guy was like vin Scully the people he didn't have any enemies he didn't have anybody saying a negative thing about him to his face from behind his back he is right was a rare rare breed so I won't belabor the sadness and I won't pretend I knew in many better than I did because I didn't but you're going to read a lot in here about at Ingalls passing and everybody I've talked to in this business and obviously we all our age no a lot of people in this business I have nothing but positive things to say about that angle so R. I. P. to him and deeply saddened to hear about the passing of that angles who was a star when radio really mattered you know when it really it really was a go to place and there weren't very many choices and he was a pro when he had a great voice and he was great to everybody coming up and Joey Waller just told me that he interned for him you know years ago at CBS so a tough loss there the Erin judge news I can't you know I'm hoping it's not veracity outlook I really am because Matt Harvey had his rib removed as part of that scenario this started in the shoulder in his neck which is why they didn't find it according to judge himself and we're all frustrated as I went off last week about the Yankees inability to keep their players healthy and finding out about things this is the second one now that seemingly happened last September what is coming to light in March or February and Severino this case so all I can say to you guys out there is that I empathize with your frustration and I don't know what to think I don't know you know blaming is fine but I wouldn't want to be right if I'm going to do it I don't want to go off the handle because I'm frustrated but I I I I really do hesitate the thing that you know and and judges said he's he's hopeful still although he will not he did admit he will not be ready opening day with this fracture rib I I am dubious that he can rest two weeks and be fine I just don't know how that works and I don't know doing what he does if the bone is going to reveal to the point I mean it can you imagine judge swinging at seventy percent because I can't you know the baseball players do what they do Aaron judge is going to attack the ball that bat speed and the way the ball jumps off the bat is you know stuff of legend if he were to stay healthy and play ten years it's a stop you'll talk about what your kids your grandkids if he has that kind of career but only if he has that kind of career you know we what so my fear is that that they're gonna have to remove that ribbon now you're looking at three months plus before he's back on the baseball field and even then you know to be determined and I don't know I can't say that if they thought it was thrashing outlet syndrome that they would say because it would be such a Downer for their fan base and for everybody involved but you can read about Harvey online all you want about having that rib removed how small it is and how it's all connected up there around the collar bone in the shoulder in the neck and that's where his his discomfort it came from after diving for a ball in September of last year against the angels so bottom line is this is very frustrating it is very frustrating you already know about stand you know about Severino you know about her mind and you know about the accident and you deserve better than this and maybe there isn't any blame to to go anywhere maybe their luck is just this bad but hello the court of public opinion is going to convict them pretty badly here when two of their players got hurt in September and the real season comes and all of a sudden Severino goes out for the year and judges to be determined I I you know like all of you I'm hoping for the best but I fear the worst and with the Aggie injuries we've learned to fear the worst they never come back when we hope they will they never come back and we'll they will it's as simple as that so you know the frustration is there what more can you say about injuries there anything dollar to talk about the injuries and the potential and when will he be back I mean we've had enough of that I was set to come in today before the judge news on the articles news I was set to come in today and talk about just how bad things were when we had to concern ourselves with how Spike Lee gets into the war show on Broadway like that that was consuming sports talk in New York this week how Spike Lee enters a building to see the war show on Broadway that that was worth talking about I mean if this isn't rock bottom I don't know what is so baseball can't get here soon enough we want you know we want relevance in our teams we want something to be proud of we want something to cheer about in crow about N. and puff out our chests about and you know the ranger win last night was incredible and Savannah dead is incredible and it's I don't think it happens this year for them I don't blame you if you're a ranger lover even with a hard schedule for dreaming I think that's what we do and that's what we want to do and that's fine but as I said last week I really believe they're on the right track and that's more important and that was just a thrill it's why you go you know people say what either one of you is a stay at home because there's nothing like being in the building when something like that happens that's why there's nothing like being in there is no substitute for being in the building for a game like that and even though your odds are worse than the lottery odds when it comes to going to a game like that you can never know what it's going to happen and anybody who was in the garden last night will remember that game for the rest of their lives and.

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"rosenberg" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"rosenberg" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Louis Rosenberg is our guest. He's an inventor technologist and founder and CEO of unanimous a good to meet you. Yeah. Good to meet you. I know nothing about your world. But I'm intrigue. So this is going to be good. You have a bachelor and a masters PHD in robotics, and virtual reality from Stanford and even vented, augmented rally platforms developed a proxy robotic systems for the air force. And it just keeps going is is this the future? In terms of no many facets of life. But let's just focus on the air force now. Like there were those been talked, we'll always need pilots. And then there was like, well, we don't need the pilot to fly the plane, but he needs to be in the plane. And then there's like, well, why we sacrificing human life, when we don't need to. But are we there yet? Do we need pilots? My personal view is that people are important. And, and my, my focus in terms of the work that I do is really to try to keep people central to all of these things, where decisions are being made and, and processes are, are being acted upon in in real time. Unfortunately, it the military is moving more and more towards. Remotely operated vehicles, ultimately artificial intelligence, a operated vehicles, hopefully not a operated weapons. But that, that is definitely a danger in the near future..

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