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"senator hart" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

05:08 min | 2 months ago

"senator hart" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Is confirmed for la. His twenty two. Signing a neekam ran over senator hart and last is reporting that the chew thing for the sounders is as close to being finalized. Yeah it's a lot is happening right now. Live with the twenty twenty two now. It feels like it's long term right like this isn't seattle saying how do we win. Mls cup this year this is. This is a good asset. We can bring him in now. Probably on a good deal and then you figure out talent later it has always worked for seattle to operate that way. Now they just have more options to do it. All right let's go to the mailbox for a one zero six zero s extra at imola soccer dot com. It's been fun show. Let's put a A bow on a dave. Pick the best of the best. So sean basically has a question which she's asking. Do we already know the front runners. Four supporters shield. So he asks. Do we think all the supporter shields contenders are the team. You think will win. It is already at thirty points. Through seventeen games. S casey seattle galaxy. Revs orlando colorado nyc. Orlando's twenty nine orlando's twenty nine. Not quite enough grew. He put them in there he said colorado nyc could get there because they have one game enhance it on twenty seven and if you think that the shield winners in that group do you think the shield winner will make mls cup this year for the first time in. I don't even know. I guess in toronto in two thousand seventeen you. I think that would be right. Let's try to narrow it down to. How many teams we wanna narrowed down to three or just pick one with the big one. I think he's asking is the one in that group already. Yeah i don't think anybody's gonna be able to jump that In my opinion like Let's see new york. City has a case especially if they hold on all these assets in those those attacking pieces growing burgas back. They've got such great home. Formby look to a team with both. I mean i think new england in the east to me everybody else in the east probably doesn't have a shot at it so to me new england in the east and then it's kansas city and seattle in the west and honestly i expected to come from those three teams. Okay would you put any other team in. Who would be the outside team that you would push in outside those three. That's like that's not some groundbreaking answer from me. Those are the three obvious choices. Yeah i think the two outside teams would be minnesota and minnesota twenty three points. They have to make up so much. I gotta pick it outside team. I'm saying that you can pick it in that group just outside the top game Yeah i don't actually think. But i think that the teams that are gonna win it are in that group..

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"senator hart" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:31 min | 7 months ago

"senator hart" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And that's the beautiful thing about the eu and now that is the situation guides from best country. Are our guests right now on travel with rick. Steves agustin's theresa specializes in surfing kayaking and recreational sports on spain's northern coast. He comes from a long established family of basque fishermen in the city of san sebastian or as the scarlet donosti out. He's joined by francisco. Gloria in francisco's family herd sheep for generations in the high country around pump blown. We have links to our guests websites in each week's program details. You'll find that in the radio. Section of rick steves dot com. Francisco has the e u been a good thing for for basque rights. I think so yes. The european common market is for all of these tiny little countries. That irons have countries more permissible. And we can do what we we want. But i don't think that is a good thing to separate from the main countries. I don't think we will allow that. No so secession is not really a goal but being true to your culture is the new. The new hope unreasonable new trend with the u. s. sites here as a tourist coming to basque country. It's important that we see it as a cultural region of its own. You know it's not spanish-basque. If we're going to basque country what would the top sites if you have a week and basque country francisco. Where would you go. Well i you have to go to sense of stem sentence. Senator hart most beautiful city even franco into the yes for like twenty years. He would even do there. It is expanding beautiful. It's gorgeous and the beach to how the food you have the top. We'll call them pinchers their famous food and the gorgeous beach the crescent beach So that's sensible. Okay and then you. To go to the new modern city call bilbao noted with guggenheim. Bilbao was very strong industrial area. And it's been reinvigorated with this new investment in the google guggenheim was looking for a new place to open another museum in europe besides Venice and bilbo said okay. We're going to pay the the building. No matter how much it costs and they went to bilbao has it been a good investment for bilbo the best. It has changed the okay to great cities. What else do we do. Well i'm gonna of course famous. The running of the bulls evans for the rain over. The years is pump owner actually bask or. How does that work well. That's a tough one okay but it is a different region. It's called navarra and nevada. It's very very special. Because from pamplona to the north have basque culture but from employer to the south. We do not have basque culture. So if we talk about a culture. Half of navarre is basque. If we talk geographically have navarra. it's completely separated for the country. Okay historically nevada's separated kingdom from spain so but culturally you can save. Pump owner has bask- Yeah flavor okay. So we have pamplona. We have sent sebastian. We have bilbao call to the french part. You can have beautiful john deplore. That's the up in the mountain opping bounds. And if you're enough point for the pilgrimage all the way to santiago you go. it's the beginning of the community santiago. Okay and then. You have the coast in france sandra loose or biarritz beards and then the big city and the french part My on my own and by own has some very museum and museum if you want to start under sunday bus culture. I think the bosnian sammy my own. It's perfect barrett is the famous resort. And it's very famous for european resort. Gore's i didn't really like beer. It's much and i love sunshine. Deduce what would you say biarritz. It's beautiful it's gorgeous but it's yes that if you wanna see people in the streets noise and beauty and nice and john lewis if you are attractive by history where the king's son franz got married so the king that this big marriage between the french and the spanish king and they said to get married halfway between yup to loose from madrid. Oh oh.

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"senator hart" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"senator hart" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"I. Think it's important to note how incredibly brave the stance Kamala Harris took was because right after she took office there was this tragic killing of an undercover police officer and there was tremendous pressure on her to seek the death penalty to the point whereas you acknowledge Diane Feinstein actually called Kamo. Harris out at the funeral and calmly hurts described that as one of the most painful moments of her career, but she stuck to her principles. What ended up happening was that there was tremendous backlash against her and no doubt. Some of that was also motivated by racism and sexism because it's important to understand just how pathbreaking and trailblazing was as the first black woman become G. A. and then to seek attorney general, and during that race which she ran against DA in L. A. Steve Cooley. She squeaked by with barely less than one percent of the margin and that was in part because of the opposition from police groups towards her and so what she had to do, what she did do was court their support varies successfully and as a result I think. She made a series of compromises and took stances which I start have. Enumerated at the top of the hour that I find deeply. Problematic and I think part of that was instinctual political survival. But as a result, very important reforms that we were advocating for that progressives were advocating for she did not get behind the death penalty legacy is also really interesting because as DA. When an excuse me as attorney general, she was confronted with. It's very complicated case we're in a death penalty case, a federal judge had found the death penalty be institutional, and it was up to her to decide whether or not to appeal that ruling, and she did and as a result of her office defending the death penalty, it was reinstated, and of course, we have it to this day. Nikki solely Seyran LGBTQ MOM of. You're a deputy public defender again argued many cases against. The DA's office at the time that was commonly harasses you pointed out on the issue of lgbtq rights. Comma Harris. Didn't she preside over the marriage the first? LGBTQ marriage in California or at least in San Francisco. Well I I I I. Don't I can't speak to that to be honest with you i. I I'm here to speak on her record as district attorney because I have did public defender for twenty four years. saw what she did and I do want to speak to large issues or statement regarding her record there because I do I do I'm here to set the record straight and as I said as a public defender, it's very difficult to stand up. And and and defend a prosecutor just on principle. You know I am a true believer. I'm here because I see that there was some I have to say that. There's credit that's not being given here. When Laura talks about in her article the crime lab scandal? Yes it it goes to the top you know. Senator Harris is is responsible and has to speak to that. But in that article, would it mentioned that? Weeks later she started the the Integrity Unit at the DA's office that today's date chase a udine is now using to implement changes and reform as far as prosecuting cases that involved officers who have questionable records or who are not trustworthy. Senator Harris created that unit in that office weeks after the crime lab, skiffle. But the thing is people are not mentioning it. And that's what I have issue with. Yes. As an lgbtq person I always felt that Kamla has been an ally. The last time I saw was that the Alice vetoes. Breakfast. In Twenty one, thousand, nine, hundred. That's the last in person pride events So I do believe she's always been an ally of the Lgbtq community she has stood. Up for the community. But what I wanNA tell progressive here people here who are on this call is it's not about anything except standing up and setting the record straight as far as progressive values as a prosecutor. And I I know to say she was the most progressive might not be compelling. My argument is to was progressive period. We're talking about a period of two thousand four, and if we agreed at progressive means moving forward and doing making radical changes and bold changes in order to effectuation, some semblance of justice equality under the law. She was that person. I, talk to her before she became district attorney I talked to her about my client being found in a dumpster because she was prostituting herself. And I told Senator Harris. How important it was for us to treat these girls as victims and not. Suspects not as criminals. I tried a six forty seven be case in juvenile hall that was prosecuted by her predecessor. Who People are saying was more progressive. He prostituted young girls who are charged with prostitution. Senator. Hart's came in. and. Did something progressive and different She stopped. And he also created that that coalition and she also spearheaded dot task force invited me as a public defender to the meeting, and I spoke up on my experience of these young girls being traffic and use their body being used and she stood up and she did something different and progressive. Well we're going to leave it there and we wanna thank you both so much for being with US Nikki. Solely San. Francisco. Deputy Public defender. She wrote a piece for USA Today headlined I worked with Kamala Harris. She was the most progressive DA in California and Laura Basilan professor at the University of San Francisco. School. Of Law and director of the schools criminal and Juvenile Justice Racial Justice Law. Clinics wrote a piece last year headline Kamala. Harris was not progressive prosecutor. And just for the record. Looking at the issue of same sex marriage I thought it was interesting to go right to Harris's memoir. The truths we hold where she recalled officiating some of the first same sex wedding ceremonies on Valentine's Day two, thousand four after then San Francisco Mayor Gavin newsom unilaterally declared that same sex couples would be permitted to marry in the city. And when it came to the Supreme Court you had. The first marriage after the Supreme Court Decision Decision was officiated. In Berkeley by by Kamala Harris. Bolivia where opponents of the coup government have entered gay eleven of a General Strike and nationwide highway blockade to protest the repeated postponement of Bolivia's presidential elections after the coup stay.

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"senator hart" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"senator hart" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It when the media was going to pay more attention to this case a black Georgia man who while jogging was chased by two white men shot to death the case is now going to go to the grand jury the only reason you've not heard of this case just as the mass shooting in Canada was underplayed is because of the news coverage devoted to the corona virus I would recommend that president trump urged the FBI to investigate this case I'm sure he will in ousted vaccine director with the health and Human Services has filed a whistleblower complaint claiming that his advice about the severity of the pandemic was ignored by the trump administration the complaint also talked about the trumps advocacy of hype hydroxy Clark when what he says is not effective essentially he says that the White House was asleep at the switch and did not respond to his warnings about how serious the corona virus yes when we come in about that my reaction is this well done does anybody doubt that the administration could have responded more aggressively and by the same token if anybody doubt that Donald Trump acted upon the best available medical advice for crying out loud here is doctor thou G. March eight right now in the United States people should not be walking around with masks you're sure of it because people are listening really closely to the right now people should not be what does no reason to be walking around with a mask when you're in the middle of an outbreak wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better and it might even block of a drop list but it's not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is often there are unintended consequences people keep fiddling with the mask and they keep touching their face when can you get some schmucks thing inside the airports of course but when you think mask you should think of health care providers needing them and people who are ill now again this is not to dump on Dr Fauci but is he the guy one morning on Good Morning America hosted by George Clinton not bliss I mean Stephanopoulos my bad he was extolling the virtues of Dr Fauci he's worked for Republican presidents he's worked for Democrat presidents he's been at the job for a very long time he is the very personification of a public servant again sixty minutes March eighth Sunday right now in the United States people should not be walking around with masks you're sure of it because people are listening really closely to the right now people should not be what there's no reason to be walking around with a mask March eight and have course is the antithesis of the advice to giving out now and again this is not to attack Dr Fauci but honestly how can you guys simultaneously by you guys I'm talking about media people on the left Democrats trump haters you know the basket of non deplorables how is it you can simultaneously talk about what a bright guy doctor thought she is in the offing clashes with the president was white as what president to the to do with it which is why president wanted to testify before the house and then when he says in late February and in on March the eighth you know you were watching it but it's just not that big of a deal but trump has been misleading the American people trump has been incompetent this is just too much within the left is shameless we don't know exactly when the first case was in this country we don't know how quickly it is spread we don't know whether or not when you contract it are you have immunity we don't know how many people have are a symptomatic we rely too from the very beginning by the Chinese government and those life repaired it by the World Health Organization we got this no big deal no evidence of human to human transmission it's localized and trump has been a critic of China has been a critic of organizations like the U. N. and instead of saying trump was right maybe maybe just maybe we ought to rethink trump's hostile attitude towards China which is ahead from day one maybe what we think are no it's trump calling the corona virus a Chinese coronavirus or who had come on a vice or foreign coronavirus his racist and why are we spending all this time assessing blame you guys did not take any time to begin calling George W. bush a liar ditch during the Iraq war these people shameless because you're talking to a friend of mine about hypocrisy or things like taxes John Kerry bought a yacht N. or should say is white but the yacht John Kerry body shot and he lives in Massachusetts but he registered it in Rhode Island because Rhode Island did not have a five hundred thousand sales tax that would be applied to that got this is a guy goes in there in the Senate and signed every tax hike bill you can think up when it came to paying taxes he voted by the way when people pointed out the hypocrisy he ultimately paid but not until he was shamed into doing so I live for a number of years as you know in the state of Ohio there was a senator Democrat senator Hart last name Howard Metzenbaum you name the tax hike he voted for it when he retired he moved to Florida why to escape the state estate tax in the state of Ohio and estate taxes he supported when he was in Congress is this thing on some years ago Massachusetts which was a tough one time call tax it uses decided to lower its state income tax rate but you know how left wing the state is in it allowed those who wanted to pay the original rate the option of paying the old rate out of all the tax filers at the Baystate only a fraction voluntarily pay the higher rate among those who did not pay the higher rate with Barney Frank and with Barney Frank was asked why he said well I don't trust the governor to spend the money properly the governor of the time with me Romney well how do you think we feel you don't trust the Republican government to spend the money right how do you think we feel about the democratic government.

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"senator hart" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"There is a general questions anyone seriously think that her this is focus on her her bias her hatred of trump does not leak over into her legal analysis do you really think that she can compartmentalize herds are such deep hatred for trump that she won't even walk by her hoped is hotel you think she can compartmentalize that and her sober non biased constitutional legal opinion of course not it's the same woman who made this joke when I so I heard I heard someone describe this joke I thought she made this show years ago I don't know she made it at the hearing she made this joke yesterday things could do no wrong because the king's word was law and contrary to what a president trump has said article two does not have give him the power to do anything he wants I'll just give you one example that shows you the difference between him and the king which is the constitution says there can be no titles of nobility so while the president can name his son Barron he can't make him a barren thank you jysk she sat back like now that delivery I was a prepared joke and it doesn't everyone's making the point that you know you this on our other Republicans are coming all not raise your dragging a president's kid into politics and whatever the worst part about that is a horrible joke no matter the subject matter it is with the kids find gets fine it was fine with those of terrible joke Matt Walsh said Hey I you know the the democratic impeachment witness coming up here tomorrow Donald Trump more like Donald plump Janet runs all those big bags well I got a sorry guys my job I would say fat we got a thought a joke what that is is it's on the side of her heart senator Hart and also her brain as James Hansen said this is what happens when you invite law professors out of their towers that joke that she just may there that kills in her law school class she's use that joke twenty different times at different speeches she's given and different classes that she's taught and it kills every time things everyone's blasted bus and she's done by professor so funny to mated to a play on words Aaron so she thought that was the funniest thing ever and then she gets out of a bubble she gets out of the tower and delivers again everyone courage is that's at that moment.

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"senator hart" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

Pod Dirty to Me

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

"Oh. This is gonna be good and they're on their idea of good is completely different. How far into the fuck do you realize that they can't kiss <hes> if they can't if they are known to begin to touch you now. They have to be central to touch them to kiss. They have to get it. You there. You know a woman needs a little. You know you gotta get your motor running and if they can't get the motor running then you're you're less than screwed. It's literally yeah so yeah yeah. No you know pretty much right away. Because what happens is for a woman your turn on on or off. It's not catching on if they're working on that. Your motor is not running then. You've got a problem now. They they on never ever coming back for that. There's a very high how do how do they how i just understand. Some people just aren't as in tune to the bodies are there. Some men are just in tune to through weiner and it's like three minutes. There's a gesture happening here. People know your own home ahead and i worry worry that may be women in the past fainted or lied to that's i. We said this before faked it. You know it doesn't help women or they don't care you. You should never fake it because it doesn't help you. In the long run. I keep telling my wife and she does it. They're gonna ooh honey yeah but you'll take the live. Ii buyer a bunch of oscars you will you know but it's so true because women have to have each other's backs typing and and honestly i think it's our responsibility to you know to say a little help out do a little bit and if we don't somehow graciously should help them out. I mean graciously with kindness. Senator hart fantasy my heart tingle <hes> whatever works chasing really hey this. The vagina is definitely connected win. It's early on and you haven't. You don't really have a relationship with this fellow in it's first or second time you've been with them..

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"senator hart" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"What does that even mean? We don't necessarily know what that means but it's that gut feeling. It's the idea that they do with if you heard the heart math if institute no it's this whole idea of heart intelligence where there are feelings and it seems like thoughts that originate in our heart that don't start in the brain start from the heart. Art and then go to the brain or the parts of the body or start from the gut and then go to the brain so we literally feel things and think things from other parts of the body I look it up. You don't believe me so really when we're saying I have that gut gut feeling where I think from my gut right. I'm heart Senator Hart based. There seems to be signed supporting this and this goes back again to the idea of if we want to change behavior slowdown lowdown our brain frequency when we slowed on the brain frequency we expand our awareness and our connection everything else this idea of external reality being and social constructs being real dissolves and it's this inner stuff that becomes important. We talked about this. Previously the idea that hypnosis is somewhat similar to meditation that if when you're meditating and you're focusing on the one thing whatever it is a monster or a candle or your breathing with the idea that eventually you stop even focusing on that clearly your mind if everything that the cool thing is when we clear our mind of all thought we have access to everything that was funny during our and we will get to this up in a bid after the break <hes> that that was what I compared hypnosis to was meditation yeah it was very similar but but but I I have have one question <hes> that is probably very not not an easy answer but before we go on break and and I'm wondering I'm very spiritual person and <hes> <hes> I believe in the Im- put from an external world that there is Im- put that that comes into me <hes> just simply put in in writing or an art is amuse news. You know that that there is something outside of me. How does that interact to relate to the unconscious? The this spiritual world that we speak of and the unconscious they they won the same does a spiritual world work through the unconscious. Does it work to the conscious because or is it you know what what is the process there my first thought is I don't really know I mean I I have my own beliefs but when I'm working with somebody I tend to delineate we we didn't a couple of different things so they're conscious mind their unconscious mind and something I call their core self now we could call it courcelle off we call it higher self we call their their spirit their soul to me all of that would be the same thing they have this conscious logical thing this unconscious and this other part that I believe that I'm talking to so when they slow everything down <hes> slow thinking down eliminate this their version of logic their version of rational and reasonable thinking and get to the core of who they are and again and maybe this is the spirit or the this thing that's connected to the spirit world. God whatever you want to call it. Yes that's who I that's who I imagine talking to so we get all that stuff out of the way I'm talking to. The essence of WHO Charley is I'm or whoever it is right so I'm talking to Charlie is and knowing that you know the answer so I'm literally giving we'll talk about why didn't in some ways give you a lot of suggestions. <hes> I'm I'm. I'm usually giving people suggestions literally giving them suggestions you could do this and this and this and a lot of times I will also say almost all the time say or your unconscious mind or your core self will come up with something better because it knows I'm talking to that part. That knows that you know what to do. You have the answers you're already. You're already complete in the womb. You didn't need it anything. What makes you think you need something now right? You had everything you need it in the womb. Why do you now need something more? You don't great question <hes> I wanNA take a break Yup and then I wanna come back and I wanNA talk about <hes> <hes> suggest ability and and how that impacts young conscious unconscious cools. Let's go on break and breath hi this Charlie hedges and you're listening to the next chapter with Charlie and I'm here with my special guest.

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"senator hart" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Than from the diaphragm and slower so it's a whole thing going on and these are the things that we're noticing at an unconscious level once like once now now that you've heard this and you're like I'll start noticing now. These things are more readily available to your conscious mind to play around with but it was all unconscious in in N._l._p.. And I don't know if I agree with us. There's a lot of things I don't agree with but they're just ideas they would say that that when it comes to communication only seven percent of communication is the verbal aspect the rest. Is Everything else. Seven seven percent is the actual I had heard twenty to twenty five percent. That's what that's why I'm like. We're we're getting the numbers but it's a it's a great concept to think of that at least to some degree. The words are the least important part it's how is the emotion. It's the the the feeling behind it so how you say something something and then the body language is a huge aspect of an and that's another reason say I sort of I don't dismiss but I have less regard for email or texting yeah yeah I mean. How many times have we misunderstood a text? Oh my God it's like Oh. I was being funny. I thought you were serious. That doesn't come across in three words. You have to use emojis or wouldn't even then it's difficult so these are all things that that we that were perceiving at an unconscious level that we're not aware of and far more than that. That's where people are just tuned to their energy like. What does that even mean? We don't necessarily know what that means but it's that gut feeling it's the idea that they do with if you heard the heart math institute no it's this whole idea of heart intelligence where there are feelings and it seems like thoughts that originate in our heart that don't start in the brain start from the heart it and then go to the brain or the parts of the body or start from the gut and then go to the brain so we literally feel things and think things from other parts of the body I look it up. You don't believe me so really when we're saying I have that gut. Feeling where I think from my gut right I'm heart Senator Hart based. There seems to be science supporting this and this goes back again to the idea of if we want to change behavior slowdown down our brain frequency when we slowed on the brain frequency we expand our awareness and our connection everything else this idea of external reality being and social constructs being real dissolves and it's this inner stuff that becomes important. We talked about this. Previously the idea that hypnosis is somewhat similar to meditation that if when you're meditating and you're focusing on that one thing whatever whatever it is a monster or a candle or you're breathing with the idea that eventually you stop even focusing on that clearly your mind if everything the cool thing is when we clear our mind of all thought we you have access to everything and that was funny during our and we will get to this in a bid after the break <hes> that that was what I compared hypnosis to was meditation yeah it was very similar but but but I I have one question <hes> that is probably very not not an easy answer but before we go on break and and I'm wondering you know I'm a very spiritual person and <hes> <hes> I believe in the Im- put from an external world that there is input that comes in to me <hes> just simply put in in writing or an art is amuse news. You know that that there is something outside of me. How does that interact or relate to the unconscious? The this spiritual world that we speak of and the unconscious are they one in the same. Does the spiritual world work through the unconscious. Does it work to the conscious because or is it. You know what what is the process there my first thought is I don't really know I mean I have have my own beliefs but when I'm when I'm working with somebody I tend to delineate within a couple of different things so they're conscious of their unconscious mind and something I call their core self now we could call it core south if we can call it higher self we call their their spirit their soul to me all of that would be the same thing they have this conscious logical thing this unconscious and this other part that I believe that I'm talking to so when they slow everything down a slow thinking down eliminate this their version of logic their version of rational and reasonable thinking and get to the core of who they are and again and maybe this is the spirit or the this thing that's connected to the spirit world. God what whatever you WanNa call it yes. That's who I that's who I imagine talking to so. We get all that stuff out of the way and I'm talking to. The essence of WHO Charley is I'm or whoever it is right so I'm talking to WHO Charlie is and knowing that you know the answer so I'm literally giving we'll talk about why didn't in some ways give you a lot of suggestions. <hes> I'm. I'm Muesli giving people suggestions literally giving them suggestions you could do this and this and this and a lot of times I will also say almost all the time say or your unconscious mind or your core self will come up with something better because it knows I'm talking to that part. That knows that you know what to do. You have the answers you're already. You're already complete in the womb. You didn't need it anything. What makes makes you think you need something now right? You had everything you needed in the womb. Why do you now need something more? You don't great question <hes> I want to take a break Yup and then I wanna come back and I want to talk about <hes> <hes> suggest ability and and how that impacts young conscious unconscious cools. Let's go on break mm-hmm Hi this Charlie hedges and you're listening to the next chapter with Charlie and I'm here with my a special guest.

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"senator hart" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Many. I think that to get through it. Whatever you really gotta be. Guide had nobody. Out. But. Even. I think. You know. Are you working in a quarry? I don't know helicopter landing flip over these. Like. Exactly. Of bird. Whistle of the day. The other misleading thing about at least one month starts. I remember thinking this at the time the Boston start on June first where you only goes three and two thirds. He also had eight strikeouts. This that game. You know it was such an odd outing for him because obviously, you know he gets touched for three Ron earned runs. But he also had the cays which was just made it very I don't know. It didn't. There was nothing that seemed like black and white like, oh, he's definitely injured. Fatigue is a hip flexor. Really like something understand that you'll you throw the ball to lower body but is really a hip lights a big enough injury to say you know what? I don't think if I take some pain pills, or if I take a shot or toward. Oh, shot or something like that. I can't pitch through it. You gotta you gotta see, you know, you have a strike, you say, well, maybe I learned something maybe a little bit more wrestling between bounce back. I mean, we saw last year Severino pitch through the data arm period that, well, they tell him let them pay it also maybe he's thinking, okay if I just pay still along, I'm doing more damage eventually hill for me. I mean obviously, the Yankees have beyond just her mind. They definitely don't have issues lost two series in a row. They've lost five seven to me, no way, not sky's falling in any way, shape or form. I think that, you know polo Neal said this yesterday to the post game, which is when you have a team like this, and you have your having success and you got out to that lead. And now they're tied at the rates, you just want to avoid any long stretches. You know, you wanna avoid long slumps long losing streaks things like that, that really start to make you second. Guess despite the fact that the team has dropped a few obviously, in Toronto and then Cleveland to me, it doesn't seem like the confidence is wavering. At all doesn't seem like it's phase this team at all. And obviously, you know, we'll see what happens if the game actually gets underway tonight. I tell you what I was really impressed with Clint fridges was that the knife, ending his patients, especially fell behind the counter, and he shows you why they, they have to play them, but they also understand with this. Inefficiency why they have to take them out. But him. And maybe you know combination. Accommodates great. Yeah, he really has. I mean, in terms of filling the role that they need him to fill its start comeback. He deserves to be here. I think he does too. I think you're just a tough situation there because gardeners going anywhere and, you know, they're very different players, obviously, because the power and listen guarding gives you that pop every once in a while. Big home run hit one yesterday after gramatica dipping. Matica. A helmet against the wall comes back and split your lip. After he had apparently just told one of the younger guys. Don't do that. Don't throw your helmet really. Didn't he did that we've done? Frazier. I'm not sure who will be a professional we've all tuck slaves helmet right against it. And this isn't the first time he, he took a basal garbage pail last year. They must have hit twenty five times. The garbage that hit back, right? Meal never gonna black. I thought he's dipping man. The tobacco has it looked like Danny de Vito in Batman to when he's playing the penguin and his mouth is just all black. But big is we've all been there been frustrated hit something to hurt ourselves. But we can't show anybody else that we're hurt del at the crime. You know, I get that. I understand what he spent and I don't think he'll be on the way out. I don't think they'll get rid of go Mabon has done a very, very good job for another guy off the scrap heap. Now, I will say this. It was the first let's just call it a slower week for GIO or shell at the play a little bit slower week. So I don't see this is the problem with their like every second evaluate every what's it gonna fall apart? Over. That's what it's going to be with her shallow and the other thing that came out of the weekend to one of the things is Gary Sanchez defense. It's not getting enough. Love now it really is. Because he got rid of his belly belly, not in a way. He's, he's getting in front of balls blackened with his body only. When you talk about. Pointed all my direct. No, no. You're yours is temporary optimistic. He looks like he's in tremendous shape, and he's so much quicker because he he's front of balls and block them with his body, not reaching out there like we saw last year where we didn't know he didn't know which way to turn the glove. Back ended a couple from yesterday. Chevy all over the place yesterday. Absolutely. Tell you what DD hiccup. Was like you don't want him to lose this way. I know glare. I'll be laughing. Mhm flipped Mets, her second look Syndergaard yesterday was phenomenal. And it's aggravating it's aggravating because and I don't expect that every time out, I mean one head over seven innings, he was absolutely terrific. You just expect more consistency. And it is a little bit maddening when this is the case when he can go out and do it against a decent offensive team offensive team and lately, they've and start you still don't know what to count on. And I really believe this. They should hope that he continues to pitch well here for the next three weeks man, you want to get rid of. No, I want the Mets to start looking at things. Realistically, and I think Syndergaard if you pitch well over a three to four week period, leading up to the deadline the Mets to make the steak he may pitch. Well, the Mets are still going to be very same spot of spinning their wheels stuck in the mud mantra now. Three games under five hundred nothing is changing. Though they're going to be able to get a lot for him if he's pitching. Well, they're going to be able to do very, very well wouldn't Willer be the first one back. Man. You came on the show last year. And you announced, I'm going to be a met fan like you know what you were saying. Yeah. Five bagman Glick. Yeah. Exactly what they want to are playing well right now. Debris kaikal but I know there's only twelve teams that are five games out. Giant. Here's the thing, here's the thing, this is why you have to about it because he was dangled in the offseason, that this is why you. So you feel like listen. I different from you though, Carla. What I have a great start. I don't get aggravated. I get encouraged I think that maybe this is a breakthrough getting ahead and counts having that outpitched the way that he did yesterday and doing it with what did he like how many pitches yesterday eighty seven was not many it was great. So. Officiant outing exactly what you want to see and to me, getting courage by stuff like that. But just going and trying to read some of the tea leaves from the off season if he was the guy who was being held out there and trade talks than every single good outing. He has potentially takes one step further to being shipped outta town. Now, I don't like it as FM. I like watching Syndergaard. I hope that he turns into the ace that everyone thought he was going to be, but he's also a way that if you did have to face some serious truth of rebuilding your team on the fly. He gets you so much more than we'll ever get you, if he's pitching absolute, and that's simply because the contract situation Padre still buyers. He doesn't pitch while there, I always wondered why they wanted him so bad his ERA Petco park is like the highest of any ballpark in the majors. Yeah. I mean look, I think that, you know. If you, you are really going to have on your hand, one of the premier guys to be available if he's got four five starts at a row on a consistent level. Did you hear what Micky said after the game that Senator? I guess. Unbelievable job. Like I said he filled his position, great covered. I multiple multiple times which is one of the reasons we had to get him out of there of just gassed at that point, just from working so hard from running twenty five. So he's not me and. Twenty five feet four or five times. That's so different. I was Syndergaard him. Holler out. I'd be like, what are we doing? Man. I just I just pitched a gem for you. Right. Was tired. I had to get him out of kata. They're run over the first base a lot. I don't want this to sound odd. But like syndergaards got that covered. Senator Hart is like one of the more impressive physical, sort of people you're going to encounter. You know, it's not like judge Stanton in terms of him being that big bulky, but he's a. It's like watching Bart. It's like you walk into the room. It's like oh, you are in shape just tell and he's like a physical Sussman again. I hope that doesn't sound where does this. HR. Talking about a guy's body, but to me, it seems like he could run over the first couple. Yeah. No, absolutely. He's not gonna hurt the knee and he's gonna make it gonna make it older. No one thirty three eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six absolutely. What the Yankee should be rooting for next. In addition, Maggie, attempting dementia fences behalf of the show weekend as well..

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"senator hart" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Show is gonna be interesting. We're going to talk about. Attorney AG William bars assertion that spying on looking into that somewhat. You know, we heard that during the Obama administration. Nobody was arrested. We heard that. There was no conflicts that that was just a great or they had a great year. Ron well. So so much for saying that there was no arrests yesterday. Gregory craig. Was charging to count indictment that accuses him of willfully concealing material facts and the Justice department about working about about work. He performed for the Ukraine government. So he was former he was a White House counsel. He he's busted into question is now that AG bar comes out and talks about the spying assertion. What where do we go from here and as an American citizen? I wanna know if the FBI was in fact spying on a candidate running for the White House, and why we need to know this now call me coming out yesterday pretty much solidified the fact that there was spying going on because he said, it wasn't really spying. Well, what was it then? And why why and and you know, it was interesting if you remember Dr back in I think it was October or September of sixteen we heard from. Donald Trump that he believed that there was spying going on the system was rigged. And Barack Obama laughed President Obama left Adam thought he was crazy. It turns out he wasn't so crazy. It's also turning out every time. He turns around everything he stood for is not being invalidated. It's being validated. Lately. How about Mr. ATI? He's facing a little bit of problems. He could go to jail for a long time stealing money from his clients. We all knew that he misrepresented stormy Daniels. That was a case that he shouldn't the way you went after the president essentially cost a lot of money. I mean, the bottom line is what's going on? Right now is Donald Trump is actually getting affirmed that a reaffirmed that everything he said was true. How do you feel about the spying? I'd love to hear your opinions. Seven two two five seven five three nine six two five seven five three nine six. Because quite frankly. This Muller investigation is also making the president look a little bit better by the day. And here's what even funnier rod Rosenstein, Keno. Out and he backs attorney general he said that what he said was accurate. About the Muller investigation. So what we're what are we going to find out? And you know, they redact everything that's going to be redacted that people are bitching moaning about on the left are within the law. I mean, can you imagine you've got confidential informants testifying front of Muller, and all of a sudden you've got to reveal their names? And you know, it's interesting we are not going to ever see the president's taxes, and I don't blame him. And it was interesting. I was watching the news this morning, and there I forget the gentleman's name from Louisiana Kennedy. I believe it is he made the comment. That's true. Because we have more leaks here in Washington. They did on the Titanic. So they're only looking at this for jockeying for position. And then when you listen to some of these Democrats talking about taxation and craziness. How much are they willing to pay when you look at the kind of incomes that the Sanders family and their assets in Warren? In in bringing me into the Bernie Sanders era. He introduces Medicare for all Bill which was endorsed by several candidates running for president. The Democrats ticket. Was specific to the healthcare. They believe they are protecting our health care. How you making out how will your rates how your health plans? Are you limited right now in Carson city the morons up there including the Commissioner. Are looking to change some rules in Nevada. Then that don't don't apply and will not make healthcare in Nevada. Better. Nevada's the only city or the state in the union rather only state in union now you can buy insurance on a year round basis. Now, if you miss open enrollment, which ends December fifteenth, and you were to enroll let's say January or February you'd be able to get coverage the first of the month following ninety days. So right now, if you were to enroll today for health plan, August, I your coverage which start, and that's makes a lot of sense. Well, they're trying to say that that's not that's not a good consumer protection in the state in the Fateh when it was a Dopp did in a bipartisan manner. It was consumer protection. Because let's be honest. We hear from the left all the time. The average family is five hundred dollars away from a calamity a serious calamity. Well, if that's if that's true. Let's say you're premium is five hundred dollars, and you need you'd have to fix your car to go to work. What's more important your job or your health care plan? So you lose your health insurance. Why shouldn't you be able to enroll three months later to get back? Get back on the insurance plan by taking that right away. You screw the consumer. But here's the best one. There's conversation right now. We're trying to fight it and the commissioners behind it. The Commissioner of insurance is behind it. That says all individual health insurance has to be purchased through the exchange. Whether you get a tax credit or not you need to go through the exchange. Well, I already know for fact that the PPO plans are plans being offered off exchange won't be available on exchange because if you walked for those plants on the exchange the tax credits have to be able to be applied and the carriers are already said, no way, no way. Jose. We're not gonna do it. So the moral story is we would act by by their intervention up in Carson city. We would lose the direct market or off off exchange market altogether. Because you won't have any carriers offering any plans, that's how stupid our leadership is in Carson city. And if you didn't vote or if you held your nose, I'm not gonna vote because I'm pissed off at this one or that one you cost yourself and a lot of constituents a big way when you look at what's going on at Carson city right now. And all the healthcare rules and regulations that they're trying to apply. It's a joke. Senator hart. He wanted to pass the Bill they're going to take off the table whereby. If you went to a non network doctor. They would pay a UCA UCR usual cusp unreasonable at the eightieth percentile. Well, that means doctors could essentially say screw why would I want to be a provider? I'll get paid more not being provider. What would that do to your premiums? Probably spark them striking about forty percent. Maybe more. These are the kind of things that are going on in Carson city that can impact you. If premiums were to go down thirty or forty percent would that not spark a greater surgeon economy? I believe it would the president of the United States is looking at doing certain things and until we do this. We're all have a gun to our heads. My wife just got out of the hospital after eight days,.

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"senator hart" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"He does. Let's pause ten seconds for station ID on the PawSox radio network. Rhode Island's station for news, traffic, and weather. Newsradio nine twenty and one four seven FM w HD two Taunton, providence, WB, two eighty four Warwick and w h JJ providence. Bruce, they castio strides into the right handed box sent to bring you the play by play. Here's Mike Monico. All right. Just to the first pitch on the ways of breaking ball. Casey coleman. It ends up at the back. Stop and on the deck circle. Where Gorky Hernandez weights is in the dirt. It's one zero on Reuss nee reached on an error by Harare to start the game swings at this breaking ball and leases it to center, right? Add Greg or makes the catch moving in and to his bright zoo pitches. One out to start the top third. Senator Hart context off Casey Coleman, the thirty one year old from Florida who is not just from Fort Myers. He went to Florida Gulf Coast. So yes, he was a college teammate of Chris sale. I pitched to Gorky Hernandez righty writing. It's a curveball benzine knee high for strike one possibly to Syracuse one top of the third and a seven inning second game of the doubleheader. Hernandez takes low and away. One one. Here's a development, Mike, Dan runs. Ler. Left-hander is throwing in the PawSox bullpen, and we wondered whether or not arrest Ramirez would be short. I think he will what swings and misses at a fast ball elevated wanted to there is not a scheduled off day for well over a weekend. Doubleheader throws a little monkey wrench in the minor leagues. Into your starting pitching rotation. So it would appear to me that harass. No light be short today. Kind of like a site day. One to Hernandez takes strike three. Call halted dials up to ninety five breezes..

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"senator hart" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Putin's power grab. I'm Mike moss. Republicans on the house intelligence committee. You're calling for the democratic chairman of the committee. Adam Schiff to resign for saying he believed there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia more from correspondent, Sunlen Serfaty all nine Republicans on that intelligence committee. They released a letter calling for him to resign. Again. These earnings colleagues not necessarily, of course, someone from the same party that certainly intensifies the pressure shift calls alleged Trump campaigned actions corrupt in evidence of collusion. A warning from former ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul that Vladimir Putin's power in Russia is growing if he decides who's rich and who's not that makes those that become rich on his watch completely dependent on him. Russia says it would remove its military from Venezuela. As President Trump is demanding. Instead Russia says the US should respect. It's right. To build relationships in Venezuela along party lines house. Democrats have voted to rebuke the White House decision to restrict transgender men and women from military service. Congressman Joe Kennedy, the five chiefs of staff for the military branches have testified that they're aware of exactly zero instances of a transgender servicemember negatively impacting discipline oral the non-binding resolution passed the house with complete democratic support and almost complete Republican opposition someone in Wisconsin's one the seven hundred sixty eight million dollars Powerball jackpot correspondent Nick Watson. The speculation is underway on who the winner as we know. It was bought in new Berlin, Wisconsin in the south east of the state, a small town population around forty thousand people we spoke this morning to Caroline and the rainbow diner who woke up at three AM sold the tickets being sold in Wisconsin. Senator Hart was racing realized it wasn't her realized she had.

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"senator hart" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The house intelligence committee are calling for the democratic chairman of the committee. Adam Schiff to resign for saying he believed there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia more from correspondent, Sunlen Serfaty all nine Republicans on that intelligence committee. They release a letter calling for him to resign. Again. These earnings colleagues not necessarily, of course, someone from the same party that certainly intensifies the pressure shift calls alleged Trump campaign actions corrupt in evidence of collusion. A warning from former ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul that Vladimir Putin's power in Russia is growing if he decides who's rich and who's not that makes those that become rich on his watch completely dependent on him. Russia says it would remove its military from Venezuela. As President Trump is demanding. Instead Russia says the US should respect its right to build relations in Venezuela, along party lines House, Democrats who voted to rebuke the White House. Decision to restrict transgender men and women from military service. Congressman Joe Kennedy, the five chiefs of staff for the military branches have testified that they're aware of exactly zero instances of a transgender servicemember negatively impacting disciplined oral the non-binding resolution passed the house with complete democratic support and almost complete Republican opposition. So Wisconsin's one the seven hundred sixty eight million butter Powerball jackpot. Correspondent Nick wac says the speculation is underway on who the winner. We it bought in new Berlin, Wisconsin in the south east of the state small town population around forty thousand people we spoke this morning to Caroline and the rainbow diner who woke up at three AM sold the tickets being sold in Wisconsin. Senator Hart was racing realized it wasn't realized.

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"senator hart" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Back to America before he was Senator Ted Harvey. You know, where your Senator is doing from your state. Do you know how he or she voted last night with this this legislation that could have prevented the killing of newborn infant children. Yeah. This is actually what we're talking about the democratic position on abortion is now so extreme they don't mind executing babies after birth. So there is. Oh, yeah. You for that? Right. Senator harvey. It's an anti infanticide Bill, which almost like you even need to say anything else after that. What exactly did they vote for what I mean, really what is going on Senator? Can you hear me? Well, you know, this is not a new issue. Yes. This is this is not a new issue on this issue came to the American public's attention twenty years ago when a nurse by the name of Jill Stanek. Was nurse. A hospital with the ironic name. Senator Hart by a nurse by the name of town. Gel stanic. Okay. Sorry about that. No, no. You're Jill Jill witnessed a doctor in the. Hospital Christ's church. But. The infant's on a table and walked away and Joe was left there too. Provide some comfort to the child until the child passed away that was twenty years ago, we've been dealing with this issue ever since then I actually carried a Bill the actual Bill the born alive Protection Act when I was in the state house twenty years ago. The what was brought before the United States Senate was in response to the Virginia. Governor who said that that was just fine. There's no problem with that. And the Republicans in the Senate brought that Bill forward and every single democrat candidate who's running for president of the United States right now voted. Against that Bill to give protections to a US citizen that is born alive on American territory. Simply because it was the mothers intent that the child the aborted if that's not horrific. I don't know. What is? Forty years since Roe v. Wade, and this is where we've come and people don't want to speak up because they don't want to be politically incorrect. They don't want to hurt people's feelings. They don't want to say oh women doesn't have the right to do what she wants with around body. But what about the baby's body? I'll just leave it there. But now we're talking about it because states like Virginia and New York are having these really extreme measures passing and people are cheering on their floors of their state Senator and the Democratic Party here at home watch again blocks the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act. It would've saved newborn babies survive abortion attempts from negligent homicide, so how is this even legal Senator what is happening. Well, it is the intent of the mother, and it tells you the strength that Planned Parenthood has over the democrat party when the all of the democrat candidates for president of the United States, which is to vote against protecting children. Would they're porn alive. And allowing the doctors to kill a child. That's that's. Born in the hospital born in the abortion, it is a heinous situation where we are in America where the majority of the the democrat party would vote to advance aside. Just a few days back. President Trump did some defunding for places like Planned Parenthood. That guys is people and pushes them to abortion clinics. I use the word place just a word don't freak out. People will that really make a difference because we all know, Planned Parenthood is just a democratic arm and our tax payer dollars. Go for them to be able to do that. And be that. So with Hindi funding that will actually give any traction to. To to making Planned Parenthood. Not such a superpower. I doubt it they they will figure out a way to get around. This. What we think we give right now about three hundred million a year to Planned Parenthood national yet again. And the majority of that money goes back to democratic candidates around the country to allow funding for Planned Parenthood to continue. It is just a cyclical situation that the Democrats and Planned Parenthood if figured out how to keep radical Liberal Democrats in office using yours at by textile every year the government and by the government. I mean, you and me when you write your tax Bill by April fifteenth to the IRS every year, we pay three hundred million to Planned Parenthood and a lot of that goes to support the Democrats. This is running fathers would just roll over and they'd never stop rolling. But what's crazy is we had control of the house, and we had control of the Senate president and the members of congress did nothing to get a Bill to the president's desk to fund Planned Parenthood. Even though they they've been running on it for forever. And even though Planned Parenthood was shown to be selling. Baby body parts, we still were not able to get the political courage to defend them that doesn't give us the political courage. What? Well, that tells you how sold out both parties are to this culture of death. Let's being funded by the Planned Parenthood. There. There's a graphic rolling around on social media where it actually shows the body of a baby and breaks down every single organ, or what have you is worth the Planned Parenthood when they sell it to look that up. Amos? Stop there because we don't we don't need the tweets. Okay. Senator. So to be continued on that. We will just have to say, let's see we've got about a minute and a half. And I've got to ask you about eliminating the electoral college national popular vote passed by twelve states, including Washington DC, your state, Colorado just enjoy and they want to abolish it up because because they're having a hissy fit because they didn't win but Alexandria, Cossio quotas. We should keep the electoral college, and everyone should get free tuition to go there who wants to. That's great. That's a little easier. So what I listen. But it sounds like it's getting some traction to abolish the electoral college. Well, it's because the Democrats lost the election last time around because they didn't win the electoral vote and places like Colorado that went for Hillary Clinton that is now a pretty blue state. They're now saying we're going to tie our electoral college votes to that of the popular vote. What I think we'll be funny is when Trump wins the popular vote in twenty twenty and Colorado would then have to give their electoral college votes to Donald Trump. This.

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"senator hart" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Back to America trans maybe fuller. He was Senator Ted Harvey. You know? Senator is doing from your state. Do you know how here she voted last night with this this legislation that could have prevented the killing of newborn infants children? Yeah. This is actually what we're talking about. The democratic position on abortion is now so extreme they don't mind executing babies after birth. So there is sign in for that. Right. Senator harvey. It's an anti infanticide Bill, which almost like you even need to say anything else after that. What exactly did they vote for what I mean, really what is going on Senator? Can you hear me? This is not a new issue. Yes. This is. This is not a new issue. This issue came to the American public's attention twenty years ago when a nurse by the name of Jill Stanek. Was that nurse? A hospital with the ironic name. Senator Hart by with a nurse by the name of. Jill stanek. Okay. Sorry about that. No. No. You're Jill Jill. Jill witnessed a doctor in the. Hospital christ. Dr the infants on a table and walked away in jail was left there too. Provide some comfort to the child until the child has to weigh that was twenty years ago, we've been dealing with this issue ever since that. I actually carried a Bill the actual Bill the born alive Protection Act when I was in the state house twenty years ago. The what was brought before the United States Senate was in response to the Virginia. Governor who said that that was just fine. There's no problem with that. And the Republicans in the Senate brought that Bill forward and every single democrat candidate who's running for president of the United States right now voted. Against that Bill to give protections to a US citizen that is born alive on American territory. Simply because it was the mothers intent that the child the aborted if that's not horrific. I don't know. What is? Forty years since Roe v. Wade, and this is where we've come and people don't want to speak up because they don't want to be politically incorrect. They don't want to hurt people's feelings. They don't want to say oh women doesn't have the right to do what she wants with around body. But what about the baby's body? I'll just leave it there. But now we are talking about it because states like Virginia and New York are having these really extreme measures passing and people are cheering on their floors of their state Senator and the Democratic Party here at home once again blocks, the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act. It would've saved newborn babies who survive abortion attempts from negligent homicide. So how is this even legal Senator what is happening? Well, it is the intent of the mother, and it tells you the strength that Planned Parenthood has over the democrat party when the all of the democrat candidates for president of the United States would choose to vote against protecting children when they're born alive and allowing the doctors to kill a child. That's that's. Born in the hospital born in the abortion facility, it it is a heinous situation where we are in America where the Geordie of the the democrat party would vote to four infanticide. Just a few days back. President Trump did some defunding for places like Planned Parenthood. That guys is people and pushes them to abortion clinics. I use the word push just a word don't freak out. People will that really make a difference because we all know, Planned Parenthood is just a democratic arm and our tax payer dollars. Go for them to be able to do that. And be that. So with him defunding that will that actually give any traction to. To to making Planned Parenthood. Not such a superpower. I doubt it. They will figure out a way to get around. This. What we think we give right now about three hundred million a year to Planned Parenthood national. Again, and the majority of that money goes back to democratic candidates around the country to allow funding for Planned Parenthood to continue. It is just a cyclical situation that the Democrats and Planned Parenthood figured out how to keep radical Liberal Democrats in office using yours or my tax every year the government and by the government. I mean, you and me when you write your tax Bill by April fifteenth to the IRS every year, we pay three hundred million to Planned Parenthood and a lot of that goes to support the Democrats. This is our fathers would just roll over and they'd never stop rolling. But what's crazy is we had control of the house, and we had control of the Senate was president. And the members of congress did nothing to get a Bill to the president's desk. So de-fund Planned Parenthood, even though they they've been running on it for forever. And even though Planned Parenthood was shown to be. Selling bought baby body parts. We still were not able to get the political. Courage to defend them that doesn't give us the political courage. What? Well, that tells you how sold out both parties are to this culture of death. Let's being stranded by Planned Parenthood. There. There's a graphic rolling around on social media where it actually shows the body of a baby and it breaks down every single organ, or what have you is worth to Planned Parenthood when they sell it to look that up. I'm just stop there because we don't we don't need the tweets. Okay. Senator. So to be continued on that. We will just have to say, let's see we've got about a minute and a half. And I've got to ask you about eliminating the electoral college national popular vote pass by twelve states, including Washington DC, your state, Colorado just enjoy and they want to abolish it up because because they're having a hissy fit because they didn't win. But Alexandria, Cossio Cortez says we should keep the electoral college, everyone should get free tuition to go there who wants to. That's great. That's a little easier. Sorry. So what it sounds like it's getting some traction to abolish the electoral college. Well, it's because the Democrats lost the election last time around because they didn't win the electoral vote and places like Colorado that went for Hillary Clinton that is now a pretty blue state. They're now saying we're going to tie our electoral college votes to that of the popular vote. What I think we'll be funny is when Trump wins the popular vote in twenty twenty and Colorado would then have to give their electoral college votes to Donald Trump. This Alfred.

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"senator hart" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Back to America. Set hobbies that you know, what your Senator is joined from your state. Do you know how here she voted last night with this this legislation that could have prevented that killing of newborn infants children? Yeah. This is actually what we're talking about the democratic position on abortion is now so extreme they don't mind executing babies after birth. So there is. Yeah. You got for that. Right. The Senate Harvey. It's an anti infanticide Bill, which almost like you even need to say anything else after that. What exactly did they vote for what I mean, really what is going on Senator? Can you hear me? This is not a new issue. Yes. This is. This is not a new issue on this issue came to the American public's attention twenty years ago when a nurse by the name of Jill Stanek. Was that nurse? A hospital with the ironic name of. Senator Hart this. Earth by. Jill stanek. Okay. Sorry about that. No, no, you're gel witnessed a doctor in the. Hospital christ. But doctor the insurance on a table and walked away in jail was left there too. Provide some comfort to the child until the child passed away that was twenty years ago, we've been dealing with this issue ever since then I actually carried a Bill the actual Bill the born alive Protection Act when I was in the state house twenty years ago. The what was brought before the United States Senate was in response to the Virginia. Governor who said that that was just fine. There's no problem with that. And the Republicans in the Senate brought that Bill forward and every single democrat candidate who's running for president of the United States right now voted. Against that Bill to give protections to a US citizen that is born alive on American territory. Simply because it was the mothers intent that the child be aborted. That's not horrific. I don't know. What is? Forty years since Roe v. Wade, and this is where we've come and people don't want to speak up because they don't want to be politically incorrect. They don't want to hurt people's feelings. They don't want to say oh women doesn't have the right to do what she wants with around body. But what about the baby's body? I'll just leave it there. But now we're talking about it because states like Virginia and New York are having these really extreme measures passing and people are cheering on their floors of their state Senator and the Democratic Party here at home once again blocks, the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act. It would've saved newborn babies survive abortion attempts from negligent homicide, so how is this even legal Senator what is happening. Well, it is the intent of the mother, and it tells you the strength that Planned Parenthood has over the democrat party when the all of the democrat candidates for president of the United States, which is to vote against protecting children when they're born alive and allowing the doctors to kill a child. That's that's. Born in the hospital born in the abortion facility, it is a heinous situation where we are in America where the majority of the the democrat party would vote to four infanticide. Just a few days back. President Trump did some defunding for places like Planned Parenthood that vises people and pushes them to abortion clinics. I use the word push just a word don't freak out. People will that really make a difference because we all know, Planned Parenthood is just a democratic arm and our tax payer dollars. Go for them to be able to do that. And be that with him defunding that will that will that actually give any traction to? To to making Planned Parenthood. Not such a superpower. I doubt it they they will figure out a way to get around. This. What we think we give right now about three hundred million a year to Planned Parenthood national yet again. And the majority of that money goes back to democratic candidates around the country to allow funding for Planned Parenthood to continue. It is just a cyclical situation that the Democrats and Planned Parenthood if figured out how to keep radical Liberal Democrats in office using yours, and my textile every year the government and by the government. I mean, you and me when you write your tax Bill by April fifteenth for the IRS every year, we pay three hundred million to Planned Parenthood and a lot of that goes to support the Democrats this grinding fathers would just roll over and they'd never stop rolling. But what's crazy is we had control of the house, and we had control of the Senate was president. And the members of congress did nothing to get a Bill to the president's desk to defunding Planned Parenthood. Even though they re they've been running on it for forever. And even though Planned Parenthood was shown to be selling. Bought baby body parts, we still were not able to get the political courage to defend them that doesn't give us the political courage. What? Well, that tells you how sold out both parties are to this culture of death. Let's being funded by the Planned Parenthood there. There's a graphic rolling around on social media where it actually shows the body of a baby and it breaks down every single organ, or what have you is worth the Planned Parenthood when they sell it. Right. A look that up. I'm just stop there because we don't we don't need the tweets. Okay. Senator. So to be continued on that. We will just have to say, let's see we've got about a minute and a half. And I've got to ask you about eliminating the electoral college national popular vote pass by twelve states, including Washington DC, your state, Colorado just enjoy and they want to abolish it up because because they're having a hissy fit because they didn't win, but Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. We should keep the electoral college, and everyone should get free tuition to go there who wants to. That's great. So what? Sounds like it's getting some traction to abolish the electoral college. Well, it's because the Democrats lost the election last time around because they didn't win the electoral vote and places like Colorado that went for Hillary Clinton that is now a pretty blue state. They're now saying we're going to our electoral college dotes to that of the popular vote. What I think we'll be funny is when Trump wins the popular vote in twenty twenty and Colorado would then have to give their electoral college votes to Donald Trump. This.

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"senator hart" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:59 min | 3 years ago

"senator hart" Discussed on WJR 760

"Oh, boy, we need to maybe get a hold of Stewart share on. And and if not today, of course, Monday starts are auto show presentation. So that'll be jam packed because we have a front row seat for everybody on press days. The first two days of this coming week where you have to be a member of the working presser media to be in there. So we have press passes for our WGN listeners via the radio starting at five thirty Monday morning. We started six or do we have started five thirty? She says slave-driver is that an expression you can still use probably not. But she's telling us we have to start at five thirty which is when we start anyway. But the reason I say Stewart share on dick is that there is another report of something like the norovirus, which is what we talked about yesterday with our good doctor and two hundred and seventy seven people sick and board a cruise ship. Royal Caribbeans away of the the big one. That's a big ship. Yeah. Nine thousand guests on board. And it was like a floating country. It is like a floating country and nearly three hundred people sick. And and listen to this. This is at least from this report. This seems incredible. But even people who didn't get sick. And this company's big enough to be able to do this Royal Caribbean says all nine thousand guests on board will receive a full refund. That's the first time. I've ever heard that or anything like that. So that's that's. Have you ever had one of these in a while now? No, even for people who didn't get sick though that. A very good boy with three hundred people ill and stuck there together. It's not a pretty sight. I remember many many years ago. Crossing the Atlantic on the QE to for work. Thank goodness. You can read that to me, and I didn't pay I was sent there and people were sick, and it was kinda miserable. Because Caesar pretty rough on the transatlantic crossing worst one way, then the other, and and it was you know, when you go into the dining room, and they're like four of you there. That's not a good. So, you know, who one of them was in the queen's grill telly Savalas, oh how long ago was that? And he got sick with you baby. He not have a second in his mouth at least as far as I can recall. Meanwhile, there's a great bit of video out there. I thought we'd see the video of the sign falling on the expressway in Australia. But I only saw the night before never saw it yesterday at all. But the video I have seen a lot of now is this little baby. Seemingly I think bare foot barefoot not dressed for the cold weather running down the street. And a Milwaukee bus driver. Saw this little baby pulled the bus over ran across the street and picked up this child less than a year old that's running across a highway overpass. The child as you mentioned barefoot wearing a c. You got the bus driver stopping the bus running outside dodging traffic as she heads toward this endangered child. Scoops are up the little girl is shivering and crying. And the bus driver brings around the bus and cuddles her up in her lap and put a coat around her and. You would say to yourself. Wow. That's something that's heroin, and it is. But do you realize that they keep track of things like this as you might guess in? The Milwaukee transit system says they have stories now of eight other lost or missing children being found by bus drivers in the last few years. Oh. So you'd like to think that's a most incredible unusual story seeing this little less than a year old running down the street and a one c barefoot in cold weather, and you find out that this is not the first time a bus drivers had to save one of those kids. What in the world is going? Yeah. Yeah. And. Being the news person that I am. You know, we see the way we see the bottom half of the glass, which is half full. We see the bottom half. How many of those kids were not found? That's that's unfortunately, true right question. And how many of those little situations and circumstances happen because of opioid addiction or drug addiction or other problems? That's right. Where the father or mother has not it off and the child takes off. All right. It is a six forty two on this Friday morning in this wonderful new feature that we've told you about and glad to have automotive views with cranes. Vice president and automobile automotive news publisher Jason Stein. There's a ton of talked about this rupture in the automotive world. Now, you can include one of the world's biggest auto shows next week's Detroit show. We'll be drastically different. There will be no Mercedes, no BMW Audi. Just some of the big name brands that are absent in organizers. We'll talk about twenty twenty in the move to June as much as they'll talk about this show. Why our return on investment Detroit is a symbol of the new auto show or what I think they need to be forget, the expensive flashy intros that have been hallmarks of this show. The new measuring stick for success customer experiences and products activation. Those social media mentions that are measurable in terms of buyer interest. No more crashing cars class windows. That's all gone. So the twenty twenty show we'll be more like a festival it'll spread from Kobo Senator Hart plaza and beyond think food trucks and ride and drives what shouldn't be lost in..

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