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Joy Reid Is Wrong About Planned Parenthood v. Casey

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Joy Reid Is Wrong About Planned Parenthood v. Casey

"Joy Reid I think not only helped spark hate in this country but she also helped spark violence and so do the other hateful vile demagogues she knowingly brings on her program to spew their portion And she's not alone That entire network is filled with these reprobates Starting with the morning show right into the night Let's take a listen cut 8 go Planned Parenthood versus Casey That's the one that set up until 1993 when that ruling happened Women had to ask their husbands for permission of what to do with their bodies They had to have a man's permission essentially a reward of the man you married Okay let's slow down First of all that wasn't true in every state And secondly the view wasn't You have to pass your man for permission The view was it took two people to create that baby And that a person shouldn't get a woman shouldn't get an abortion without at least informing that individual Of what she was doing Especially if they're married I know that's such a horrific obstacle isn't it But you see the way they keep talking about it's a woman's body It's a woman's body It's also a baby's body This is the one case where it's two bodies It's two bodies She doesn't talk about viability because she doesn't care about viability

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Charlie's Dating Advice to 'Red Specks' in a Sea of Blue

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Charlie's Dating Advice to 'Red Specks' in a Sea of Blue

"Hi, Charlie. I'm a young conservative guy in the bluest state in the country. I'm a big blue city. So dating is a struggle. So what's your advice to young conservatives that are red specs in a sea of blue and also how do you feel about dating apps? Yeah, so I'm not a huge fan of dating apps, but so I will have an opinion here that will really get people. You should not date people that have different politics than you. You should not. And the reason I believe you should date for the intent to marry. I don't think date is a hobby. I think dating is an interview process. And I know that is a minority opinion. I'm most college campuses where date is a mechanism for, I don't know, companionship amongst other things. And so I believe that you and Berkeley is gonna be tough. You're gonna have to hopefully only date people in alignment with your values, right? That doesn't mean you can't have friends with people that disagree with you. But dating is a very serious thing. So how do you go about doing that? Well, thankfully, at turning point USA, all the conservatives in the front of red shirts on, so maybe you can introduce yourself to somebody. But yeah, look, I will say this that try to associate or marry or date somebody that does share your deeply held values. I think that's very, very important. And secondly, I will say that which is men in general who have difficulty finding women generally have a couple of problems. And this is not directed towards you. I just met you. So please, we're good. If I say this, okay. Most men are beta males. With very little to any very little to any detectable testosterone, like the radar is trying their best. Men, I believe, especially in this time of moral and societal chaos need to get back into what it means to be a spiritually physically and mentally strong man, which I believe, which I believe includes stopping, watching pornography, which I believe means working out on a regular basis, and I believe also understanding that the most desirable quality that young ladies look for in men, according to my big survey of all of our listeners, is self control.

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Why the WHCD Is a Waste of Time

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Why the WHCD Is a Waste of Time

"Were you at The White House correspondents association dinner on Saturday night? I was not now. I won neither. I wasn't invited. I went 6 years ago and said, this is really, this is the regime. This is the gathering in of the over class. And I'm using that advisory. It's just the permanent government. I don't think it's a deep state, like turkey has or like Russia has. I think it's an over class. And they get together once a year and they celebrate their over a class Ness. And it's not very classy, but it is dominant. You did not hear much about the founding values that you would see held up at restoring America. So my question is, who is going to write for restoring America? 'cause you can't to go to that dinner is almost to take you off of Tom Rogan's radar, I think. Well, you know, obviously, I think one of the issues here, you know, people like to go work with some are examiner, racist, of course. There are some great reporters, but that group in Kellerman, I think, look at The White House press briefing room, right? That it does pervade. So we're showing America it is a work in progress. What we want to do is just build up some of the top thinkers in conservative thought, both on the kind of think tank side, but in media. We've had politicians already senator Rubio's written for us and Andy McCarthy, I hope, is going to be starting writing for us a Deborah so on some of the social policy areas. John Bolton, got a piece. So really what we want to do is just try to attract these thinkers and say to them, what are my key pictures is I can pay, I can pay people to do it, which they deserve for their time. And secondly, I'm not going to edit you and my colleagues are not going to edit you excessively. We want you to make a robust argument and feel free to kind of run with it. Again, because what is the central plank over restoring America as idea? Free debate, dialog discussion,

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How Russia's Attack on Ukraine Exposed Their Military Struggles

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

How Russia's Attack on Ukraine Exposed Their Military Struggles

"Inability of Russia to command the air. We've grown so used to that watching in 91 with the invasion in Iraq and in 2001, the expedition to Afghanistan, 2003, the invasion of Iraq. We secured air control. What is happened here? Why haven't the Russians been able to do that and do they have it over eastern Ukraine right now as they begin their new offensive? They certainly have more control over spaces where they have control on the ground. And so yes, they have a higher degree of control in eastern Ukraine. The reason they have not established control across the entire country, I think, are threefold. One, it's a vast country. If you put a map of Ukraine on top of the northeastern United States, it runs from New York City to Chicago from Raleigh, North Carolina to the Toronto, north of Detroit. It's a huge land space and therefore a huge airspace. Second point, the Russian inability to conduct effective logistics that we saw and continue to see on the ground, no reason to believe they're much better at doing it with their air forces. So secondly, I'm going to bet on bad logistics bad maintenance. And then thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, again, the fighting spirit of the Ukrainians into welcoming hands we have placed an awful lot of capability so far kind of low level stingers up to ten, 12,000 feet, watch when those S 300s come online and if we give them additional combat aircraft are already flying their own testing, if we up our game there, don't look again for any change in the battlefield or in the air above it, Russia will continue to struggle there as well.

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Former Green Beret Rep. Michael Waltz on the Ukraine Crisis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

Former Green Beret Rep. Michael Waltz on the Ukraine Crisis

"Talk to us about the last 5 weeks because the Ukrainians, they stood up to the plate and their use of irregular tactics. With one anti tank missile on the back of every rifleman, talked us about the performance on both sides as well. One, the Ukrainians have been trained by green berets and that's what we specialize in around the world is embedding with militias, tribes, allied military, and making them better. I think you're seeing 8 years of that training payoff since 2014 when they were invaded the first time. And then secondly, thanks to president Trump who began sending in the lethal aid in the first place after Obama through literally through blankets and MREs at the process. Yes. That said, they should have had a lot more than they had. The other thing we had the commander of NATO and general milley admit during these hearings is Ukrainians would have been in a far better place if they had stingers before the invasion before. Not a week after the invasion. Right. And a sticking point that I pressed them on also is why aren't we training them? Why aren't we training battalions, companies, platoons, still. So we did that great training in the last 8 years, but we cut it off as soon as the invasion started. Why aren't we training them in Poland and Romania? In safe places on NATO terrace. That's right. Well, we can deploy with ease. That's right. Bring them over there and keep the training. So the NATO commander said, well, we're not doing that congressman as a matter of policy. So I went to the Secretary of Defense and said, why aren't we doing it? He said, oh yeah, we are, but we can't get any confirmation

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So Obvious (MM #4016)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

So Obvious (MM #4016)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Multiple times each day, I go through my Internet news feed. I saw a story the other day that just made me go, yeah, duh, that's so obvious. And I was kind of offended the headline was written this way. It was from the auto blog on Yahoo. And it said, SUVs and trucks are more likely to hit pedestrians than cars. I mean, all you have to do is apply any city street, and you know what's happening. People who drive SUVs, people who drive trucks aren't paying as close of attention. It's a power thing. It's a safety thing. They feel safer on the road. But at the same time, they always seem to pay less attention. Secondly, it goes to figure when they're up higher, you can't see below. You can't see pedestrians crossing streets, because you're not as close to them as the cars are. I see it all the time, big pickup trucks, SUVs, limited visibility, causing more accidents, and that's a headline in a news story. But I guess I shouldn't complain, because sometimes you get a headline that doesn't match the news story at all. And it's on purpose. It's clickbait. And this headline will definitely wasn't clickbait.

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So Obvious (MM #4016)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

So Obvious (MM #4016)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Multiple times each day, I go through my Internet news feed. I saw a story the other day that just made me go, yeah, duh, that's so obvious. And I was kind of offended the headline was written this way. It was from the auto blog on Yahoo. And it said, SUVs and trucks are more likely to hit pedestrians than cars. I mean, all you have to do is apply any city street, and you know what's happening. People who drive SUVs, people who drive trucks aren't paying as close of attention. It's a power thing. It's a safety thing. They feel safer on the road. But at the same time, they always seem to pay less attention. Secondly, it goes to figure when they're up higher, you can't see below. You can't see pedestrians crossing streets, because you're not as close to them as the cars are. I see it all the time, big pickup trucks, SUVs, limited visibility, causing more accidents, and that's a headline in a news story. But I guess I shouldn't complain, because sometimes you get a headline that doesn't match the news story at all. And it's on purpose. It's clickbait. And this headline will definitely wasn't clickbait.

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So Obvious (MM #4016)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

So Obvious (MM #4016)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Multiple times each day, I go through my Internet news feed. I saw a story the other day that just made me go, yeah, duh, that's so obvious. And I was kind of offended the headline was written this way. It was from the auto blog on Yahoo. And it said, SUVs and trucks are more likely to hit pedestrians than cars. I mean, all you have to do is apply any city street, and you know what's happening. People who drive SUVs, people who drive trucks aren't paying as close of attention. It's a power thing. It's a safety thing. They feel safer on the road. But at the same time, they always seem to pay less attention. Secondly, it goes to figure when they're up higher, you can't see below. You can't see pedestrians crossing streets, because you're not as close to them as the cars are. I see it all the time, big pickup trucks, SUVs, limited visibility, causing more accidents, and that's a headline in a news story. But I guess I shouldn't complain, because sometimes you get a headline that doesn't match the news story at all. And it's on purpose. It's clickbait. And this headline will definitely wasn't clickbait.

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Breaking Down the Ukrainian Military

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:16 min | 2 months ago

Breaking Down the Ukrainian Military

"Can I go back then and ask you two more military questions? Do they have a Marine Corps? Do they have a 101st airborne? Do they have a big red one? Because I haven't seen any serious conversation of this for a civilian, and I imagine you're having those among military people. And then secondly, he sent 8 missiles within ten miles of Poland. And I said to Brett pere last night, you know, those go off course by ten miles and you've got that every square inch of NATO involved. What does NATO do when a missile goes awry? Yeah, we ought to worry about that deeply. And I kind of picture some 24 year old Russian drinking whatever the Russian version of Red Bull is. And he's Tapping in coordinates and one of those missiles goes across that border and hits, let's say, a U.S. command post. We've got a significant number of deployed troops now in that region. And now Todd Walters, general Todd Walters, my relief supreme allied commander in NATO, he is going to respond. And very quickly, you're in a highly escalatory ladder. So wars begin with miscalculations. That's how World War I started with an assassination two sides mobilizing suddenly the lights go out in Europe.

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Why J.P. Moreland Wrote 'A Simple Guide to Experience Miracles'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Why J.P. Moreland Wrote 'A Simple Guide to Experience Miracles'

"JPMorgan welcome. It's so good to be with you, my brother. Thank you for lifting the tone of this conversation by not being me. I'm going to do my best to let you talk. Honestly, I'm thrilled to talk to you, but I'm more thrilled to talk to you than I would even normally be because you've written a book titled a simple guide to experience miracles, instruction and inspiration for living supernaturally in Christ. Many people think that one is either some kind of an intellectual theologian or the kind of Christian believes in miracles. You and I know that's nonsense. But I'm glad to show that that's nonsense by having you on the program as the author of this book. When did you decide to write this book and why? Well, I began to do a study of the book of acts of fresh and the first four centuries of the church to see what they emphasized in trying to build disciples, and they were world changers. And I discovered three things, Eric. First, they valued people learning what they believe and why they believe. So the cultivation of a Christian mind, secondly, they emphasize principles of discipleship and character formation, centering around the tender, Hartford Jesus, but finally, there is no doubt that they emphasize the manifest power of the kingdom of God on behalf of the name of Jesus. And today, we have lost sight of that in western culture.

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Sen. Ted Cruz Describes Call Between Senators & Zelenskyy Last Weekend

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz Describes Call Between Senators & Zelenskyy Last Weekend

"Now We're having a hard time getting answers is the constant back and forth about these MiGs in Poland One story is well Poland's surprised us another story I'm hearing is while they didn't surprise us we were pushing him to do it And then when they did it and there was backlash we changed their mind I mean what is going on with this story with the MiGs and Ukraine Sure So that I can shed considerably more light on This week and I and the other members of the Senate had a video conference call with president zelensky in Ukraine And it was he was in an undisclosed location He began the call by saying this may be the last time you ever speak to me or hear from me and there's no doubt Russia is trying very hard to kill him right now He said several things One of the things he said that I think was very important he said if the United States had imposed sanctions on Nord stream two something that I was fighting for all of last year he said if we had done that last year Russia would not have invaded Putin would not have invaded except for the fact that Biden weighed sanctions on Putin and Russia and Nord stream two which is what precipitated the invasion But secondly what he said on the question you asked is he said his number one priority we asked him what do you need He said his number one priority is control of the air He said right now the Russians have air superiority and they said we need fighter jets We need fighter jets We have Ukrainian pilots who can fly them but we don't have the jets to go head to head with the Russians In Poland they have a number of MiGs old Soviet MiGs from when they were all behind the iron curtain the Ukrainian pilots are trained in flying MiGs so those are naturally jets that make sense Poland has been interested in providing them what they wanted from the United States as some commitment that we would backfill and make F-16s available to replace them so that Poland was not left defenseless

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A Wise, Contrarian Take on War in Ukraine With Col. Douglas Macgregor

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 2 months ago

A Wise, Contrarian Take on War in Ukraine With Col. Douglas Macgregor

"So with this right now, is colonel McGregor himself? And I want to explore this with him colonel. Thank you so much for joining the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Thank you for inviting me. So colonel, we kind of went through some of your commentary that you had on Fox News that was, let's say, made headlines. Walk us through your position on the Russian Ukrainian conflict and why you believe America should not intervene. Pretty well, first of all, I think it's very important that the president make it clear and repeatedly. That we will not intervene. He said that early on, but some of his comments indicated that he was waffling. And it got a little sticky yesterday because the polls thought that they could turn over several MiG 29 jets to the Ukrainians and finally the secretary general flew in to stop it. First of all, you don't ever, ever want to challenge a major military power on that power store ship. In the worst possible place to take on Russian forces, it's on Russia's border. It's just stupid. You have no way to be successful. Secondly, we are very dependent upon your power. And we are way behind in the air Defense Department. We have not spent intelligently and we have not created effective air defenses against missiles and aircraft for our forces on the ground. So if we went into this, we risk being naked effectively in the face of air power and then our own air power would likely be shot to pieces by Russian air defenses, even though they won't admit it truthfully they know whether you're stealthy or not. They have extraordinarily effective air defenses and radars that will track and shoot us down. So from the standpoint of the capability, the best thing we can do is stay behind NATO's borders and effectively watch if the Russians were to advance towards the eastern border of NATO, then we could repel them in all probability, but it's even questionable as to whether or not we could have managed that particularly on the border with Poland Lithuania led to Estonia.

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Sen. Ted Cruz Explains Why Biden Won't Expand U.S. Oil & Natural Gas

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz Explains Why Biden Won't Expand U.S. Oil & Natural Gas

"Can you please explain to me why Joe Biden won't from a national security perspective if nothing else Open the spigots to our oil and natural gas pull the coal out of the ground use it to crush Putin's economy and his army I mean have you ever heard of anything like this or seen anything like this Look Mark what you're asking is incredibly reasonable It is a no brainer Which means the chances that Joe Biden will do it are essentially zero And I think it's two factors that are at play One Biden when he was sworn into office made the decision to hand the agenda as administration over to the radical left It is the fringe that is Bernie Sanders It is Elizabeth Warren It's AOC who set the agenda It's one of the biggest surprises you know Biden in 2020 He campaigned as a reasonable centrist moderate and from day one he abandoned that And it's been the radical socialist fringe So when it comes to energy the first week in office he shuts down the Keystone pipeline The first week in office he bans all new leasing on federal lands at offshore drilling The first week in office he opens up our borders stops building the wall returns to catch and release and rips up the remain in Mexico agreement And you look at the State of the Union last night he's continuing to follow the tune of the drummers of the radical left So they won't let him increase U.S. energy production because the Green New Deal and the radical anti energy left is setting the agenda But secondly there's another problem that is equally fundamental Which is on foreign policy Joe Biden and his entire team embraces weakness and appeasement You look at every enemy of America They believe the answer is to give them what they want to negotiate a way to

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How Should Boris Johnson Crack Down on Russia? Nigel Farage Tells Us

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:13 min | 2 months ago

How Should Boris Johnson Crack Down on Russia? Nigel Farage Tells Us

"So Nigel, let me ask you, we have four minutes to go through this. I'll tell you really quickly. I am personally wore weary and I'm worried about escalation with a potential nuclear power. With that being said, I sympathize with a lot of what you said, I could see this getting out of control. How do we navigate this? What should the course of action be? What should Boris Johnson do right now? What should Joe Biden do specifically, as we see what's happening in Ukraine? Let's make sure that the sanctions are genuinely watertight. And one of the problems is, our woke culture has taken us towards green new deals. It's taken us towards trying to achieve net zero. And it's meant we've stopped producing as much gas and oil and electricity. We've stopped being independent when it comes to energy and that's why of course we spend. Get out between America and the UK and Europe, they get about a $1 billion a day for their oil and gas. So number one, cut off supply, make ourselves more self sufficient. Cut them out completely of the banking system. Apple, who I rarely praise, will stop setting their products in Russia. Number one, make the economic noose as tight as possible to try to get Russia to turn against him from within. And secondly, and I like you. I'm war weary. We've done too much of it for too long, but this is actually different. This is really very serious. We have to stand together under American leadership. The British will be right by your side, but it must be American leadership. We have to say, if NATO members are attacked, we will act and when we say it, Putin has to think that we mean it. And this is the problem. When Trump was there in The White House, there were no Russian incursions. We had Russian incursions under Obama. We had Russian incursions under Clinton. We've got Russian incursions under Biden. Under Trump, Russia did not move into any fresh territory. Do you know why? Because they actually thought this guy is a serious guy who punishes if we do. So we've got to get tougher. We've got to get real. But the west must stand

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Can We Stop Election Fraud? Robert Barnes Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Can We Stop Election Fraud? Robert Barnes Explains

"Can we stop election theft in America? Absolutely. And really, they're sort of three approaches. One is legislative reform. Making legislatures do their job to make the rules clear so that what happened in 2020 can not happen again. Secondly, litigating selectively good cases as people have done in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania in particular, but also elsewhere to challenge the existing rules and policies that allow that to happen in 2020 and get courts to rule no you can't do it. As courts in both Pennsylvania and Wisconsin have ruled. And then third the court of public opinion is constantly significant. A lot of ordinary people forget that what Barack Obama said is true, elections are very local in terms of how they are counted. Get involved, ordinary people can be volunteers. Ordinary people can get elected at some of those commissioner positions. And had that happened, a lot of this wouldn't have happened. A lot of people were asleep at the wheel because they forgot their own individual power to have a supervisory role because elections are so determined by your local neighborhood precinct. Be there be involved be engaged, watch the process supervise the process, monitor the process, learn the rules, understand the rules, use things like the open records act to keep officials accountable. When you do the combination of those things, it becomes very, very hard for them to steal another election.

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Author J.P. Moreland on His 'Simple Guide to Experience Miracles'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:13 min | 4 months ago

Author J.P. Moreland on His 'Simple Guide to Experience Miracles'

"JPMorgan, welcome. It's so good to be with you, my brother. Thank you for lifting the tone of this conversation by not being me. I'm going to do my best to let you talk. Honestly, I'm thrilled to talk to you, but I'm more thrilled to talk to you than I would even normally be. Because you've written a book titled a simple guide to experience miracles, instruction and inspiration for living supernaturally in Christ. Many people think that one is either some kind of an intellectual theologian or the kind of Christian believes in miracles. You and I know that's nonsense. But I'm glad to show that that's nonsense by having you on the program as the author of this book. When did you decide to write this book and why? Well, I began to do a study of the book of acts afresh. And the first four centuries of the church to see what they emphasize in trying to build the cycles. And they were real changers. And I discovered three things, Eric. First, they valued people learning what they believe and why they believe, so the cultivation of a Christian mind. Secondly, they emphasize principles of discipleship and character formation, centering around the tender, heart for Jesus, but finally, there is no doubt that they emphasize the manifest power of the kingdom of God on behalf of the name of Jesus. And today, we have lost sight of that in western culture. And I have come to believe that miracles book of act style miracles are not rare. They're happening all over the world, including this country. All the time, the problem is that we've been naturalized, so we don't believe in miracles. We have a resistance. And the other problem is people who write on this tend to be a little bit well

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Bill and Hillary Clinton Thought They Would Never Get Caught

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Bill and Hillary Clinton Thought They Would Never Get Caught

"Right I mean clearly the reason we're talking a Sarah card one because she's great A talented investigative reporter but secondly nobody knows more about this case than her I mean she knows more than I do I'm willingly succeed to see the gold medal to this era Here's what worries me about it You know I'm serious You know a lot But the clintons have successfully insulated themselves from prosecution throughout the years by playing this sergeant Schultz thing I don't know nothing I don't hear nothing I don't see nothing And they use these cutouts like strobe Talbot and Cody shear A Cody shear who is strobe Talbot's brother in law strobe Talbot being a known Clinton inner circle guy was Bill Clinton's deputy Secretary of State He was at brookings And Cody shears his brother in law Cody shear sour wrote this dossier that resembles this Steele dossier I believe yeah And you have Sydney blumenthal That's right Who was also involved in it also involved with Cody sheer and I remember breaking that story And I remember wondering whatever happened to Sydney blumenthal It's like they left him out You know there were so many people around Hillary Clinton and you're right down to describe them as cut out And I think you're being very humble because I think the people that listen to you know that you you have this down pat You have been investigating this from the beginning along with me and along with others and you've seen different angles of this case as well And one of those is being Cody here and this other dossier The involvement of the State Department in this with Jonathan winter Remember him Yeah we of course wanted on We could go on and on with all of these names It's almost as if you have to put one of those big diagrams up with all of the names and all of the connections And I think what is so brilliant about and I know you're going to say you're saying Hillary Clinton's brilliant I think Hillary and Bill Clinton were so adept at playing this political game They thought they were never going

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Caller Steve Has Some Thoughts About Hunter Biden's Art

The Dan Bongino Show

01:04 min | 5 months ago

Caller Steve Has Some Thoughts About Hunter Biden's Art

"All right let's go to the phones I haven't taken a call yet Let's go to Steve KK OB Stephen how are you today How are you Good Good I'll be quick I'm going to run through some quick points and then let you get on with it First thing I want to say is that I appreciate you and you're not alone man Be strong and resolute We're standing with you You've got a lot of hard pipe in guys and Catherine county New Mexico and Apache county and Arizona So I just want to let you know that Thank you brother I appreciate that It means a lot I'm serious Thank you A couple of quick points We all know the paintings are money laundering operation Secondly I'm calling on this You're talking about Hunter Biden's parents Hunter Biden's paintings right Yeah absolutely Probably money Yeah awfully suspicious stuff don't you think the guy did blows a bunch of blue ink out of his blowhole onto paper They're like hey $500,000 Kinda weird huh Steve Yeah it's a picture of the State of the Union

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"secondly" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:09 min | 11 months ago

"secondly" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"And then Secondly, you have to get a good education because We as black people in America when things happen like with George Floyd being murdered, and then Rodney King being murdered in the early nineties, when we destroy our communities. We destroy our opportunities, Richard, Thanks So much for your call. This is think I'm Chris Boyd. Richard put a lot on the table. Elizabeth. Do you want to respond to any of that? Yeah, So I I really, really appreciate that comment, and I couldn't agree more with a lot of what Richard said. I mean, first, I also just want to emphasize that a lot of the rebellions to, um you know, especially in the aftermath were supported, um by members of the black clergy and and and black churches became And an important post rebellion. Organizing points are places through which to launch demands. Um, on city government, and I think you know, Richard really kind of hit on the head. What is so necessary going forward Because if we're If we want to realize that structural transformation that the Kerner Commission suggested more than 50 years ago, and that is so necessary. I mean, what we really have before us is a hearts and minds battle we, You know, we and and that, of course, relies on Education that relies on understanding what happened in the past, understanding the systems that create inequality and beginning dialogue with people so that that we can all understand that the things that we have we have much more in common than that which divides us and I think, unfortunately, we're beginning to see a real backlash. To to those ideas and to the possibilities of those very conversations as things like critical race theory, which means you know, the history of racial exploitation and oppression are being put under are coming under attack right now, but but it is, you know, I agree with Richard that we have If we're really going to solve the problem of racism, the disease of racism in American society, Um it is it is a hearts and minds battle. A lot was made about the fact that there were a significant number of white people demonstrating alongside their black and brown neighbors in the wake of George Floyd's murder. Of course, there have always been some white Americans, right who completely embraced the idea of black equality and the importance of that. Is there anything different now? Or is this just You know, people getting attention for once again being a small group of white people who are trying to make this happen, this kind of justice. I think one of the most blatant differences and I think this might signal that may be the kind of era of the previous era black rebellion is over is that most of the violence took place in an affluent neighborhoods and and white community, So the most kind of like a protracted sites of violence were in Portland and Seattle and polluting, Um, you know, did not take place in low income communities. But it took place in, uh, rodeo you know, on on Rodeo drive in Beverly Hills and Fifth Avenue. I mean, this was an entirely new, um Development, So that's one thing But I think even more, um, because you know, between 10 and 25 26 million Americans participated in these protests, and many not most of the protests occurred in majority white communities and some all white communities. I think this really indicates That most Americans and and maybe it is only a slight majority. But most Americans want to live in a more racially egalitarian society that there is a coalition building among LGBTQ, plus activist, racial justice activist climate activists, labor rights groups. That recognize that that these that these that these policies have failed that the mode of governance in the U. S isn't working that privileges, you know, law enforcement. And incarcerating people over educating people on giving people jobs. They don't want their taxpayer dollars allocated this way and have mobilized to to bring about a different kind of America to realize that founding principle of equality that we've never quite lived up to as a society. You imagine a different future for black rebellion, different forms that it might take? Well, I I hope that that you know policies are enacted again to address their the root causes so that you know that we live in a more peaceful society. Um You know, I'm really inspired by my students and the younger generation. Who's you know, the people who sustains that mass mobilization last summer were mostly young people of although, of course it was intergenerational. I look at my students who You know, kind of were Children during the Obama and his administration and then came of age during Donald Trump and and Covid and again, I think they they want to bring about a different kind of Society. They want a better America. Um and I have to remain optimistic that,.

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"secondly" Discussed on Mindset for Life

Mindset for Life

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"secondly" Discussed on Mindset for Life

"Your respective of titles or status in an organization or educational background areas of expertise. Everyone is human being and we of course all have to buy groceries all have to eat meals. We all have to sleep at night and we all have to get better. When we're sick in that sense we are all the same if we look at each other with that sort of set as leaders. This is where we begin to have the kind of influence that can grow and be massively. Effective influence is about seeing other people and seeing them as humans and beyond that. Secondly it's finding out what their objectives really are when we want to have influence towards others is strikes me that most of us think that means. We're going to talk at them. We're going to give them our information. We want to tell them things. We want to convey a message but the truth is influence begins by getting to know the other person we are open to whatever. They're thinking whatever their experience might be and whatever their objectives really are so before we can influence others as leaders we need an open mindset or an outward mindset to see other people once we can see others and get to know them a little bit we can build a relationship with others. And i'm not talking about the kind of relationship where we might consider building to get what we want. If we're doing that we're still putting those people above or beneath us and we're kind of using them like vehicles or maybe we want to influence them but they're really a pain to us we don't want to interact with them at all and in a case like that where there's someone we just think is very difficult when might be tempted to go around them completely and not even consider them in what we're trying to do. And in that case those people become irrelevant to us or irrelevancies and again. We're treating them as if they're either above or beneath us but they're not on this level playing field now as we're working with someone else that we want to influence..

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"secondly" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"secondly" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Secondly we may observe and human nature a principle which if strictly examined will be found to diminish extremely the assurance which we might from human testimony have in any kind of prodigy the maximum by which we commonly conduct ourselves in our reasonings. Is that the objects of which we have. No experience resembles those of which we have that will we have found to be. Most usual is always most probable and that where there was an opposition of arguments we ought to give preference to such as founded on the greatest number of past observations but though in preceding by this rule we readily reject any fact which is unusual and incredible in an ordinary degree. Yet in advancing farther. The mind observes not always the same rule but when anything is affirmed utterly absurd and miraculous it rather the more readily admits of such a fact upon account of that very circumstance which ought to destroy all its authority the passion of surprise and wonder arising from miracles being agreeable. Emotion gives a sensible tendency towards the belief of those events from which it is derived. And this goes so far that those who cannot enjoy this pleasure immediately nor can believe those miraculous events of which they are informed yet love to partake of the satisfaction that secondhand or by rebound and place a pride into delight in exciting. The admiration of others with what greediness are the miraculous accounts of travelers received their descriptions of sea and land monsters. They're relations of wonderful adventures. Strange men and uncouth manners but if the spirit of religion join itself to the love of wonder there is an end of common sense and human testimony. In these circumstances loses all pretensions to authority a religious may be an enthusiast and imagine he sees what has no reality. He may know his narrative to be false and yet perseverance. It with the best intentions in the world for the sake of promoting so holy cause or even where this delusion has not placed vanity excited by so strong at tim tation operates on him more powerfully than on the rest of mankind in any other circumstances and self interest with equal force..

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"secondly" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"secondly" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"He's put his name on it. Joining us live from California. Doctor Canal. Welcome back to the program. Thanks now, Doctor, can l I know that you're popped your extremely excited about the absolute barrage of information that's emerged in the Past year or two on vitamin D. You're saying the vitamin D revolution, the vitamin D error has officially started in the impact. It's gonna be unprecedented. What's really going on here? Well, let me tell you just a little bit about how I got into this because I think of it gives them information about how this evolved. About eight years ago, I realized that vitamin D was going to revolutionize medical care. The reason I came to that conclusion is because I realized that virtually all Americans air vitamin D deficient When we followed our doctor's advice and our government's advice, and we start putting on the sun block and staying out of the sun. It had a tremendous effect on the vitamin D levels in our blood. So I started a nonprofit the vitamin D Council on there. You can read more information than you can possibly remember all about vitamin D. And I also realized that the amount of vitamin D Americans were taking whether it be in their multi vitamins or trying to drink milk was pretty much irrelevant. The amount is so low it had no effect on vitamin D blood level. And when I realized that it literally changed my life, and then within the last year, so I realized that toe work fully toe optimally work. Vitamin D needs a number of co factors. It needs vitamin K to vitamin K one. But the more expensive vitamin K to it needs boron. It needs magnesium. It needs think, and we'll talk about all these. Secondly, I realized there's the difference between having vitamin D on the shelf, and people can buy it for getting people information on the radio, so people who are not taking it or taking the wrong preparation. Can learn about it. And that's a big difference. So I approached the number of companies and purity agreed to make the vitamin D formula that I insisted upon. And secondly, I said, by the way, I want people to take this with fish oil. So what we're going to talk about today a securities offer about complete vitamin D Formula One that Unlike anything else on the market, you can't buy it in the story. You can't pocket on on the Internet it This is the only such formula that exists together with their ultra pure molecularly distilled official. Now, let me ask you a question because I'm a skeptic it hard and I like to play the devil's advocate on the radio. And how is it possible? That one vitamin. In this case vitamin D could be involved in everything from cardiovascular health to immunity, the body weight, even dental cavities. I mean, I've heard stuff like this before. You know about vitamin C. What's what is different with vitamin D? Yeah, That's a good question. Let me just do one thing. So people understand exactly what sort of things have been discovered. And one of the best ways to do that is to go back and look a Google news. Now. Here's some headlines from major publications in the last couple years about vitamin D, I'm just going to read off. List of headlines when you think about it is truly amazing it and these sorts of headlines have never been seen before. For any other vitamin Newsweek are Americans dying from a lack of vitamin D London Time Neglecting vitamin D comes with a heavy price. U P I lack of vitamin D can affect 36 organs..

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"secondly" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"secondly" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Name. Secondly, you got to correct today, cap to correct That's pretty good with baby brain in my head still hurts him. That last question was. I can't remember what you said. Well, birth and moon and really got to you got Also two Okay, man being a pregnant like tight. I tied her up. You tired of that? Let's go over the answers for you guys in 2002, Brian Dunkleman and Ryan Seacrest hosted American Idol for the first time that dunkleman in the front throws you but I'm reading it like Venice Cup is a tournament for women playing bridge happens every two years started in Italy in 1970. For a gorilla's native to Africa. According to the Red Cross. More than 50% of Americans can swim. You'll be happy to know 55%, so not much can't 50 55% conduce three or more basic strokes. Good stroking. I'm not gonna swimming. Okay, Well, we'll teach you. A lunar eclipse happens when the earth comes between the moon and the sun. Okay. All right. I couldn't figure out what's the lineup here? Okay, Kayla said cow jumps. For the moon. Okay, Close. Kayla. Close, Very confusing. Someone has been spending a lot of toddler type. Thanks for playing. Kayla will be back to play Win Brook's Box. Same time tomorrow. New Year's Eve moving 92.5 T Mobile are bringing the biggest party is a year to U. Turn it up. Justin Bieber. What? Justin Bieber is taking this stage for his first live concert in three years and moving 92.5 has your free access. Bring in the new year and say goodbye, 2020 with the world's biggest pop stars, But it's in the open like a check star Justin Bieber rock. Hey, what's up, guys? This is Justin Bieber when your way into the live stream on New Year's Eve. Now just text, the letters and why e 278592 that's n Y e just 78592. He's a lonely intentions when all this week Thanks to a depth jam Records, T Mobile and Seattle's number one hit music station moving.

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"secondly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"secondly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Weenie on Bloomberg radio. Well, it is a world of central banks and central bankers were gonna be reminded out at 2 P.m. Eastern when we get the FOMC minutes, But there are people out there for whom Central bankers are not the be all end all we're going to welcome one of them now. Andrew Dyson is chairman and CEO of Q and a Quantum Division of P. Jim on. Of course, as we know, under wants, you know, operate on a different level in many ways, explain to us what the Quanta Division of P Jim concentrates on for its daily bread and butter and why central bankers really not the bill in this environment for clones. Thanks for the great to join you on your amazing two things. Those concepts in terms of what we do first. That way, rather long term, typically institutional but not exclusive institutional equity funds, and we use computer driven signals. To do that on. We use the range of those signals on DH billed to the pope others to target our opponents. Secondly, we run multi acid or funny is across From market globally on alternative and again to try and build the balance that could do well in all conditions. We think doing these things constantly, you know, using if you like. Logic and emotion in the long run, outperforms that's certainly been a long term experiences well. So, Andrew, What is your analysis telling you now, if you are a fundamental investor, the analysis was just own. You know, six or seven hours. Big tech names, and that's the story. What is your work? Show you Well, we're very much on the other side of that hole..

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"secondly" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"secondly" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Com Israel of the post season the masses for Colorado for your queue for the bubble is used to refer to the number one market confidence for later the bus have to believe in themselves it is for food has the feel of his go down in a lot of guys have lost confidence they got to play a conference on both ends of the floor tonight secondly the busts most produced from the role player position they have to produce at least they're averaging fifteen points between those two guys also discount stores this is a career defining is this really it's disappeared in the last month and you wonder why he has to shorten his term for the bus to advance I believe I think you're right still the closure of the whole team as the higher seed two sixty nine throwback uniforms we saw earlier this year they're wearing white with a gold box across the chest a black and gold trim Washington state loan reform through the white August third two thousand seven a seven in one of the most news early on Israel to stifle the shop each direction but to do that for him head of the right side towards try because the block on it holders all the floors the officials it was a Chris rested for sure with the cold pressed right you're probably could've the changes he's got this with sixty five seconds receive news guys a lot of times when he made his first shot goes in what has the world is forced to lose between the circles to change to reset orchestrating the box office classes too is right looks left to solve a lot they'll both shuttle back to the killing place behind the base of the fake a three double doubles kicks at lakeside court blues bowlers to three point it is expired the first he fired the three shots on goal what's a quick shot the whole thing your please his first good defender position a little tacky for to the following Robinson has worked because of falling down what trailing badly for three Miller's Dr we hold one for six the old to hello three two hundred and members he doesn't want to squaring off against the chance to pulls up from sixteen one sixty percent of those type of hi miss around with it turns square off fire is gonna be sixty percent short thank you for it the Washington state very fission score he was right hold a shot his first number one Colorado exclusive there's nobody around fifteen twenty five to play in the first period in the Cougars leave the buffaloes by two eight six this is called a masterful.

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"secondly" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"secondly" Discussed on KTRH

"Secondly why would you put that deal back in place well I don't think a lot of people are actually following what's happening I don't think that they've been briefed on what is actually happened since the deal was signed in on two thousand fifteen your member prime minister Netanyahu came to Congress and he spoke out against this nuclear deal and said that it was a danger to Israel and I think he did what a leader of any country facing an existential threat a threat to the very survival of that country would do this is a deal that threatens the survival of Israel because it is a path a legitimate path for Iran to ultimately have a nuclear arsenal at that time when the ten young spoke before the Congress there were a lot of question marks what is this still going to do is the wrong going to become more moderate after this deal is Mike are they going to join the community nations or not under a lot of people a lot of hopes about what he Ron would do any turns out that a lot of those people that thought this deal would make you run more moderate they thought this deal would make the prospects of war less likely were completely wrong it made the prospects of war much more likely and we've had a situation in Israel we've had to strike at Iranian targets in Syria which is on our northern border over two hundred times and the problems that we face from Iran war xcelerated an increase because of this deal because now we have a much richer enemy where billions and billions tens of billions of dollars are pouring into Iran's coffers in a lot of people don't know this mark they think the big money the wrong guy for the deal was up front was exporting nearly three million barrels a day of oil last month Iran is was roughly about half a million barrels a day in a month now that's in over two million barrels a day difference now the price of oil I mean check this morning but it's probably about sixty five seventy dollars that's a hundred and thirty million dollars a day thirty days in a month means four billion dollars every month in a year that is nearly fifty billion dollars over ten to fifteen years that's over half a trillion dollars that's going into Iran's coffers and I'd love to tell you mark that the Iranian revolutionary guard are going to establish a GI bill for returning members but that's not what happened anyone what they use is the use those billions of dollars pouring into Iran when we come back I want to ask you this question when Israel strikes targets in Syria is is real concern that Iran will respond militarily van.

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"secondly" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"secondly" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"From now here on Fox Sports radio. I don't pretend to know everything because I don't know, everything, and I'm never going to be dishonest. While doing a show that is my word. You have my word on that, for the entire time that I do this show. I honest to God don't understand the Drake stuff. I really don't Drake calls a press conference after the finals. I don't get it. And maybe it's because I've got an earning phobia, like I feel like I learned it or else on one it, I remember playing high school football, and because I was terrible, and I was tiny at the time and I didn't play if I didn't play in a game. I wouldn't eat the food. That was handed us afterwards because I feel like I earn it. I do not get do not get the Drake stuff this he actually think he had a part in this audibly. It's, it's so it's so. So insane that it feels like he's just playing the act, almost like he the guy called a press conference. After players played in one a series and he's calling, and Secondly, who the hell talking to them. He's great at what he does, but he's not an athlete if he was he would have been playing. I don't get it. I honestly got have. No, I do not understand it. If I was a player and I want to Super Bowl but I didn't play in the game I would never wear that ring ever ever. I, I would need at least kneel down or something if I had nothing to do with it. I would never take credit for it ever like somebody's got to explain it to me. Please explain to me in what universe Drake, actually thinks he had something to do with the war with the rafters winning that series awfully. I don't I literally don't understand. How how you think like that? I do not understand things like that. And maybe you look he's a fan and I get it. But man, you add silk to do with the rafters winning that game Jonas docs, Fox Sports radio. More out of sports and a little bit of fun, next..

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"secondly" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"secondly" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"One of the dishes, all point on the president's new immigration plan is D H is asking the Pentagon. Remember, they did get the Pentagon funds in the new Pentagon budget Democrats trying to prevent look past presidents of all done it, and that is unused funds can then be reappropriated for other projects. We have legislation that allows an authorizes the president laws. In other words that authorized, the president that, if there are if there's any drug dealing commerce lanes in the country. He has the authority to build the barriers, and the lights to stop them. Now they have not changed that law. And Secondly, the president is the commander in chief, if you have Merican being killed by illegal immigrant criminals, and then you have four thousand homicides, and in two years. And thirty thousand sexual assaults in two years and Andre thousand violent assaults in two years. Maybe that then becomes about the safety the security, the American people first. And how do you argue against in the day and age of radical Islamic terrorists? How do you argue against keeping the border secure vetting those that want to come into this country legally, not respecting our laws, and our sovereignty, and our borders? You know, we're gonna give priority to people to come in. I'm not against them Gration. I don't really give a rip where you come from. I just wanna make sure that you're not here to commit any harm against any American and number two, you got to be able to take care of yourself. We can't. You know, the cost is in over the years, the trillions of dollars when you add in the educational system, the healthcare system, the criminal Justice.

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"secondly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"secondly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And Secondly, if you hit somebody in the bleed, you don't want these scumbags. Yes. You make age from that don't need that. You don't want that? No, very practical. It looks stupid people walking around in you know, wife beaters and shorts. And I got you know, leather gloves. Larry. I'm ready to go, man. I got that fight feeling. Just get ready because I've had too many negative experiences out go, and again, it could be the loveliest nicest people you've ever met the all of a sudden a hit comes home. Ada cloud. Yeah. He wants he wants to throw it on. He's out of his mind. He just smokes them, you know, angel dust angel dust. We'd and you gotta go. You gotta go out with them. Right. Hey, one more thing before we take on breaking again one show today. Chris Catan, Brian Kilmeade authorize Dahl giving away tickets. It's going to be a fantastic show. If you really love the Bernie sit show, and you love the both of us, and I'm not exaggerating you need to thank Bernie. Because once again as often happens one of all walks whether it's the Bill O Reilly studios. All yes. Lunch. I was really really close say hit my save your life. Right. Yes. How close was that? This was moving at about at least thirty miles an hour, and it was coming in the bus lane in the right lane on thirty fourth street. And you standing there looking at your phone in the lane. And I had heard a beep the horn, you didn't hear it. I didn't hear it. And I had a push onto the curb you literally pushed metre on the curb I could've.

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"secondly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"secondly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Seven twenty A M K, Don, you has that we now discovered he discovered that Robert Mueller had been hauled before the court during his tenure when he was the FBI director to address abuses, basically fraud being perpetrated on five quarts and some seventy five occasions or more and exculpatory evidence withheld we also had breaking today that Richard Burr the Senate intelligence. Committee chairman announcing today that his committees. Russia investigation has yet to find any evidence of collusion between the president's campaign in the Kremlin, and they're going to soon release a report on the Obama administration's response to Russian interference in the last presidential election, which we now know if we put two and two together they were up to their eyeballs in setting up this president is that true or false. Well, there's there's two things that are going on. There's a group in the FBI that clearly was trying to set up this investigation and blowing past the normal strictures enrolls and regulations in common sense. The good FBI agents in good Pfizer cases. That's one thing going on. Secondly, we now know from Obama himself and the people around him they were tepid. They didn't take the rest of the thing that seriously into after Hilary loss. That's a major intelligence failure. In our party of Russia was trying to interfere with their election. Take Donald Trump out of it. Because it's pretty obvious now that there was no collusion. It's still our president's job to stop that. When it's going on. You saw what President Trump did in the two thousand eighteen election various third of action when the first signs of that foreigners were trying to tinker in the twenty eighteen midterm elections. The president had the homeland security secretary out there he had briefings he had ordered offensive measures to stop this stuff. Brock Obama was sitting on his hands by his own acknowledgment. He was fearful of making too much ways before the election. And that was that led us all down in the in the intelligence community. I think that that's what Richard Burr and Mark Warner jointly a democrat and Republican or go to conclude but Burr statement is so important for another reason. The second where we left we. We were talking about in the fourth Faisal warrant where the one that Rosenstein, find still relying nine ten months into the investigation. I'm not darn dossier. Right. There's another action that he took a month before that when he appointed a special prosecutor Robert Muller one has to wonder did he justify in the documents that have not yet been released appointment based on a false dossier as well, which raises some legitimacy questions about the the beginning of the mother investigation. And I think that that's a question that all of us need to ask more the Justice department. I have not been able to get an answer. Then we're gonna get to the bottom of this. These people that have committed these crimes going to be held accountable. Real quick, I believe so I believe the inspector general's investigation found some significant will moles report in a month. We're told show. Yeah. You know? I don't know. But you would assume that Richard Burr wouldn't feel comfortable saying what he said this morning if he thought Bob Muller had evidence of collusion. I think all the reporting I've done from people around Muller and inside the current FBI Justice department. There's gonna be a finding of no collusion. I think that that's going to be one of these tried with, you know, innuendo. That's my guest to all right? John. Solomon.

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"secondly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"secondly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I have seen and heard from enough Democrats and Republicans to they are willing to put partisanship aside. They have said they are for complete border security, and they have finally and fully acknowledged that having barriers fencing for walls, or whatever you wanna call. It will be an important part of the solution. Really? Would you care to show us this list? You've compiled of all those Democrats who are now all gone over your stupid wall didn't think so. And shortly after Trump gave a speech, the RNC repeated his lie in the form of a tweet quote. Dozens of rank and file Democrats have reached out to the administration and signalled. They are willing to provide wall funding if the government reopens, and quote, and I know what both Trump and the RNC you're trying to accomplish accomplish by telling this lie firstly their gas lighting, the brain dead base. Secondly, this is another attempt to try and bully Democrats into giving Trump money for his wall that he promised Mexico would pay for but given how they just watch Trump cave before the nation given his approval ratings at thirty four percent, given the seventy one percent of the American people said shutting down the government for a stupid wall wasn't worth it. I don't think they're in a position to try and bully anybody tried all week to bully Nancy Pelosi. How did that work out? I must admit I did appreciate his from sea to shiny sea comment. We do not need.

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"secondly" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"secondly" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Power first of all Secondly, this is of your own making because you were also disaster. Good lord. So he replaced her with Wendy link. And she's meeting today with a company that will provide new voting machines gray along that won't overheat. During a recount my goal is to get them on board as quickly as we can. So that we can work with them. Make sure that everybody's properly educated in the way, they work right now, we use the fill in the arrow straight line arrow. And with the new machines. It'll be filling in the oval in look at that Bill, and I were on the way to the south Florida fair when that announcement was made and then we're at the maternity and who do we run into our new agricultural secretary. I have to paint this. Picture though. It was a classic Jen moment. This is why love you so much. So were there meter, hey doing? Yeah. We'd love to have you on the. Here's the business cards were three steps away. Waging goes let me ask you a question. Lived in a farm. Holy moly. She goes. She goes chickens in my backyard. I'm like, okay. The press people that she's with surrounded ready protector in a bubble. Question. But you know, what she is? Well, well, researched and well-spoken when it comes to know. I don't live on a farm, but she has a stock. Yeah. Quick answer for that question. I do the same thing. Chris evert? She was here talking about in the neonatal cocaine babies like have you ever been to a Neo Natal unit? She goes, no. But I plan to. By the way, the new new machines should be in by twenty twenty link says she's going to serve the twenty twenty. And then I said she's getting out. All right. Fix.

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"secondly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"secondly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"If the story is true story. And if the story is true, we have leaks coming outta the Muller operation. Not somebody other office his operation. And the Justice sparring must. Oversee the special counsel's office. That's the way it's supposed to work and Rosenstein sits there with his son up knows. Does no damn thing about it. But Whitaker, you're now the acting attorney general. If these two reporters are telling truth, at least one of them, the head case, if the head case is telling the truth. Then you have then you have plenty of information to begin conducting lie detector tests and other forms of investigatory activity with respect to the Muller office. I'm quite serious about this. As a footnote, I keep hearing the media all media, even our friends in the media that tomorrow marks twenty eight days of government shutdown. First of all, the vast majority is open as I have to keep repeating. Secondly, as I also have to keep repeating government shutdown. They keep including weekends and holidays. So we've calculated out of this twenty eight days eleven days weekends, Christmas New Year's day snow day last Monday. And this coming Monday is Martin Luther King's birthday. We're all supposed to be celebrating this and yet. As we celebrate Martin Luther King's birthday, and the federal government is in its entirety except for essential employees shutdown. They're going to blame Trump for a government shutdown. So they can't even be honest about this. The truth is.

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"secondly" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"secondly" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Secondly, we need savings for taxpayers the president's instincts. He says are right. Most Americans will not miss non essential government functions. A referendum to end government plunder must happen. Wasteful government agencies are fighting for relevance, but they will lose now is the time to deliver historic change by cutting them down forever. I completely agree. We have more to come including Alexandria, Cossio Cortez says we're going to run a train on the progressive agenda. And apparently when forty four percent of people don't pay taxes, you can expect that some people think more people should pay taxes. What okay we're gonna get into all of that. And so so much more including oh my goodness. We have so much. I don't even know where to start, quite frankly. So we're gonna get into all of that. And we have Florida, man. And we also have today in stupidity and all of that good stuff. In the meantime, as we get moving on here, I'm trying to desperately find. I know we have our blink home security cameras, and our that's their motion activated cameras that really add an additional layer of security to your home, and you can monitor them anywhere. If you want spot somebody breaking your house, when do you wanna do it ask John who's blink camera alerted him of burglars? Trying to break in while he and his family were home or Shannon. Again, who's blink camera? Caught a thief stealing packages both times. Blink video clips were sent to police to help convict the crooks. Blink motion activated indoor and outdoor cameras are wire free. They set up in minutes and run on two AA batteries that last up to two years. And if.

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"secondly" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:46 min | 3 years ago

"secondly" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Is becoming much more stronger. I mean, their presence on Twitter and Facebook, and and the people who reached out to us angels families after we've been on TV or spoken as something is. I mean, it's becoming stronger and stronger, and I and I feel that decided what majority like what happened in the election in two thousand sixteen I believe that we are here. And and we are waking up, and we are becoming more aware of what's happening around us because we have a president like President Trump who isn't afraid to tell us. What's going on? And that was last night. One of the parents, the Mendoza family in fact, who lost one of their loved ones to murder by an illegal immigrant. Welcome to the show. I'm on Twitter official dental is on Facebook. It's going to be kind of a crazy day. Not only I want to later on what we're gonna do is break down. And we're going to start at some of the segment, but we're gonna get into it too. Big things that I want to start this hour one of them's going to carry over. And we'll we'll keep we'll keep kind of discussing it throughout the program is the difference between a crisis and a national emergency. We have to have this conversation because there's a lot of discussion about it. And I'm not convinced on some things. And the reason I'm not convinced on some things is because I never like setting precedents to be used against myself in the future or anyone else. So that being said we're going to discuss that in a little bit. Secondly, there's three things actually Secondly, this is a huge. I have many is this one two three big stories. That have to do with grotesque media bias, bad bad media, biased and the first, and I'm just gonna tease this when I'm not gonna I'm gonna play the audio later. I'm going to do it. Now, let the first is this local station. This local news network in. We'll just for today can only three might just for today. These are the worst one is a local news station that's in San Diego, and they have reported on the border for I don't know, however long they've reported on the border just for forever, right? So they've been reporting on the border for such a long time CNN wanted to get what they call local view from one of the reporters there in the area that's been covering it for a long time. So they suggested the local station K U S, I suggested to CNN there reporter, who's covered it the longest and has broken the most stories about it. Right. We'll see in according to k- USI, the local station CNN had a problem with this. And the problem with this. I know because it sounds like you got somebody who's totally informed here. Right. That's what you want. Right someone who's completely informed and knows exactly everything that's happening the border, right? That sounds well and good. And last year purpose is to present a narrative that is that contradicts that the the actual story. And so according to the local station K U S I CNN declined. Apparently, they're suggested reporter because the reporting on the wall has been positive and has shown how it's worked. So I'm gonna play because and then K U S I being total. Why is I love them? They literally made this story which they should because that's kind of a big story. So we're going to share their reporting on how CNN was like, we don't wanna actually talk about. What's happening? We want to talk about what we want to say is happening at the border Sumner share that for you coming up, and then there's two other. That's just one. There's two other pretty bad examples of media bias that I'm going to get into as well, the big this the third big thing. That's happening today is going to happen during our program, and it's going to happen during our last broadcast hour, we broadcast three hours if your market doesn't take the third hour you need to be on all of them right now. Because this is wherein we have problems the third hour of the program today at two PM central three PM eastern, and we were going to carry this. And I'll tell you why we're going to carry this. It has to do Florida. We're going to carry an announcement from the Florida governor Rhonda's Santa's now some of you out there might be asking. Well, why Dana are you? That sounds kind of weird. Why are you carrying an announcement? You're on stations all across the country. Why are you carrying an announcement from the Florida governor Rhonda Santa's? That has to do with Florida specifically one county, perhaps I'll tell you why. Because the governor at two pm central three PM eastern. Today's making a big announcement as to the future of the Broward County sheriff and certain other individuals, apparently as it relates to stoneman Douglas and some other things, and I think that that considering everything that's taken place in the last year. And considering that the sheriff blame me for his competencies. I think that that deserves to be broadcast on my third hour of the program because I'm interested in hearing what the governor has to say now, I know that there's been a lot of rumors about exactly what's happening. And well, he's you know, I do not I one of the people. I don't get excited about nothing until the ink is dry, and that's not a good at that is that's an simply a sane. That's not describing how feeling here because there's no excitement to be had in anything like this everything that happened has been horrific and tragic, and what just absolutely put your heart in your stomach is the fact that it's taken this long for some steps to be made towards real Justice and changing things, and I credit that movement to people like Andy Pollick and Ryan petty and the Boers just family, and these individuals who are so fed up, and they and they lost members of their family the borders. Family. I mean, good grief. They're sweet boy, I think he they just about lost him. And they are they were just floored when they realized everything that could have been done to prevent this. And how there was so much just reckless, and competency and jobs that simply were not done. And so they have been absolutely. Just tirelessly working and fighting to make sure things are changed to that. Nothing like this ever happens again, not just in Florida, but really elsewhere and really raising particularly, you know, the the Pollock family raising attention to the fact that you have behavioral programs in schools across the country that could be protecting the next heaven forbid murderer because there is another murder. There's another murderer author you just it's statistics evil is real. But that doesn't mean you don't prepare for it did recognizing evil and acknowledging that evil exists isn't submission to it. And it's not a surrender to it. It's saying we know you're there, and we're going to get you before you do anything, we're going to stop you. That's what it says. So I'm going to be carrying that in the third hour of the program today as well. The president was at the border yesterday met with number of border patrol agents and local. Politicians as well as senators from Texas and the Lieutenant governor and so on and so forth. And it is. It was good to see. And he also talked to a number and you heard them in does a family. They're just a little bit earlier a number of these families that had been really affected because they lost people, and they're they've lost people because of our horrific or I would I would say immigration policy. But I kinda almost wanna say the lack of policy that sort of, you know. That's just kinda how I'm looking at it. And then simultaneously over this. We have the shutdown now, I'm gonna say this. I think that the president has been really good in handling this. But I'm getting nervous about stuff. I and let me set this up here because you have a number of people like, for instance. And I know that sounds weird. Don't I'm using this as a measure share was to share. I know just hold up share was tweeting yesterday, just give Trump has blanking money. So he can do the blinking wall. In this shutdown cetera et cetera. Right. The Democrats are trying to act like the shutdown and these federal employees losing payers more of a crisis than what's been happening at the border, right? They act like it's more of a crisis. Now, it is a crisis. What's happening at the border. Can we play this sound bite from Barack Obama? This was Barack oh, what was this? This was several years ago. Right. Two thousand fourteen I want you to listen to how the then president described what happened in at the southern border. Listen, we now have an actual humanitarian crisis on the border that only underscores.

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