19 Burst results for "Seventeen Eighteen Nineteen Years"

Martha MacCallum Discusses the "Unknown Valor" of Iwo Jima

Dose of Leadership

05:40 min | 1 year ago

Martha MacCallum Discusses the "Unknown Valor" of Iwo Jima

"Martha McCallum. Here you are on dose of leadership I can't believe it welcome to the show it's great to be here Richard Thank you for having me big fan of you obviously in in your work that you've done and obviously a big fan of of the book being a primary ince unknown valor, and what prompted you to write this I think I know the answer this I see say but I just I'm curious about why you got so passionate about World War Two about that generation and specifically you would Jima. It was a personal connection when I was growing up my mom used to occasionally take out letters that were written to her and to her father by her beloved cousin Harry Gray who had been killed at Iwo Jima when he was only eighteen years old and the grease from his death just sort of was there never went away it wasn't something we talked about. All the time obviously but it was very real and when I read the letters, they're so beautiful and he was such an eloquent eighteen year old and wrote great informative letters that had a lot of information them about what was going on and they would often when I did pull out, dust him off and read them I couldn't really get through them without. Being brought to tears. So, and of course, I never knew him but his mother, my aunt, an was someone I was very close to and his sister my aunt Nancy also somewhat I was very close to end became got to know on such a deeper level through the writing of this book which grateful for. So when I started to think about writing a book I. Sort of couldn't get around the subject it was it felt as if it was calling me and it was a story that I needed to tell and I also knew, I wanted if I was going to spend the time and effort writing I wanted it to be a real book of history a book where I would learn a lot. So if I was going to take time away from my work and my personal life to dedicate myself to this, I wanted it to be a inexperienced. That would pay off for me. You know that would be a lot. So it did that in spades and honestly by the time I was done I thought if this book doesn't sell more than ten copies, it will still have been worth it to me. You know I I it resonates with me because I became friends obviously in the marine. Corps and we look at Iwo, Jima with sacrosanct and I've never visited the island. You're fortunate if actually put your feet on the ground there and I've flown over a few times when I was in the rink was a pilot in the Marine Corps and we'd fly over. You would Jima going back and forth from Okinawa and stuff. And it was weird when every time we'd fly over it in, we'd all be talking and joking that. But when you fly over it, they're just be the stunned silence every time we fly over you a German and to give you these chills just because if anybody studies at knows the stories in particular that how many people sacrificed their lives and were injured, it's just phenomenal thing about the numbers in the short amount of days where on such a three square mile or piece of dirt you know it's just. It really is it's almost as if it's a piece of the moon race loading in the middle of the Pacific and I completely connect with what you're saying. Of course I have never served but I was on this flight that only to a once a year it's A. It's to you know a memorial slight to honor those who were lost there, and it is a memorial that has Japanese dignitaries that attend and American. Veterans that attend and their families in a few reporters and people who are interested get to go on his flight. So I was really fortunate to be on it and there was this amazing commodity on the flight and we had all traveled a lot I flew from Newark to Tokyo. And then Tokyo to Guam and then Guam alternate late to gene on the day of our trip there, and it's a day trip. You go in the morning couple of hours on the plane fly back that evening and the Japanese government has complete control over Gina. They have since the sixties. So they dictate the amount of time that Americans are allowed to be on the island, right which in and of itself is sort of an interesting situation. But So it's all very regimented when you land, they take your passports away. They put them in a bag when you're ready to go they give them back to you. And you can leave. But when we were flying from Guam to Jima and the plane was obviously only people who were all on this sing of our mission and we had first class about five, I believe. A woman veterans who were on a couple of from Tarawa but there were five I believe you Jim Veterans a couple of who had never been back. So we're saying sort of camaraderie everyone's joking around a little bit talking to each other with all get to know each other over the last few days on Guam and some of the things that we did together before that. But as soon as the pilot said, okay, you're going to see what Jim now coming up on your left as soon as we dip under these clouds. And as soon as we dipped under those clouds, there was silence across the plane and I looked over at some of these veterans looking down on the island through the window hadn't been there since they were seventeen eighteen, nineteen years old and you could feel that flood of emotion come over them. They saw it and I will never forget the dramatic approach to that island landing on it. It's still steaming as a volcano in different parts of the island. So it's it's smokes while you're looking at it it's kind of a surreal place.

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It's Sharapover: A Complicated Affair

The Body Serve

10:09 min | 2 years ago

It's Sharapover: A Complicated Affair

"Thought we had the weekend off. I thought we had bought ourselves a little bit of time doing that. Mailbox episode but Maria Sharapova decided to upend our brief break and announced her retirement from tennis. Let's not do a whole lung. Preamble about this. We're here because Maria Sharapova has retired and we're here to talk about that to situate her career talk about the the ups and downs of her career and put her career and her into some context. She announced this week via an essay that she wrote for Vanity Fair and Vogue which were released at the same time both conde nast publications. It's the sort of flex that only a player of her magnitude can do. It's been interesting to me to watch her over. I would say probably the past year or a little more and an observed how little attention and how little fanfare has followed her around considering that she was once the highest paid female athlete in the world. She was tennis's biggest superstar for for many years and this latter stage of her career has been quiet. When you say only a player like her obviously Serena can do that too. I Know Naomi can do that too. I think those are the three players in women's tennis who have that kind of stature status to be able to call up an A. Winter. And be like. Hey can I can let y'all know in your publication regardless of who can do it. The point is that Maria is bigger than tennis. In the same way that Serena or Roger or Rafa are Novak are bigger than tennis. They don't have to go through the traditional tennis media to do these things they can call on their sponsors their friends mainstream press. They have that freedom does afford them because they are successful and they make a lot of money. Of course I knew what you meant but I think dealing with a complicated figure like Maria Sharapova comment on us to be as precise as we can with our words so as to not open up ourselves controlled. But we're not doing this. The whole episode. Every every statement about Maria is not an equal statement about serene. We're just not. I agree I'm just saying we can easily cost nothing to be more precise okay. You see what you did there. You put me in a position to be the bad person. Well maybe you shouldn't shouldn't do it anyway. Maria wrote this essay. I think there were probably a few journalists and people within the sport who was coming and we can't release it as a massive surprise considering that her body has been betraying her over the past few years. It's been extremely difficult for her. To stay healthy at this point for even a match or two in a row. Her events have been sparse. It seemed that the writing had been on the wall for a little while. What's interesting to me is that there is no retirement tour. There's no final triumphant moment at a Grand Slam. That meant a lot to her. There's no on-court Farewell. It almost seems I know. Use The word quiet before but it. It just seems a little anti-climactic for somebody who has meant so much to the game for the past fifteen years. Sure but to me. It makes sense because to embark on some kind of farewell tour. You'd have to be able to count on your body to a low to show up for right and I think that's what the bottom line is here for Maria. She told this story in her Vanity Fair Vogue Essay. That just getting on court for her match at the. Us Open last year. Felt like a victory getting the shot in her shoulder Infos cortisone or whatever but just being able to play to numb the shoulder and play in the first round was a big achievement and so she was past the point of being able to plan anything tennis related because their body just wouldn't let her right and I don't think she's the type to be like well. Let me just show up for this first. Rhone have a cute little moment and lose six two six two like. That's not the kind of scripting that she would one. No and she's had an interesting career injury wise because after that big shoulder surgery that she went through with that had really compromised her play. She had to rewrite the way that she served. Her game. Looked quite a bit different than when she was seventeen. Eighteen nineteen years old but she learns how to move on Clay. She wins two French Open. She becomes a dominant player. Again will maybe not a dominant player. But she reaches number one again. She's part of this triumvirate for a little while with Serena and as Aranka all the while dealing with this shoulder issue. That is still very much a problem. It's not just that she won the French Open. She was winning tournaments on clay. Yeah her up until two thousand ten. I believe she had one or made. Just one final unclean. It was green clad. Amelia Island But from two thousand ten words you see Maria making a ton of clay finals in fact the majority of her finals that she makes I believe in the second half of her career come on clay winnings took three times and winning Rome three times. So that's like you said a complete change of course from what we conceive of her to start her. So where do you WANNA start here? Do you WanNa talk about her career on the court and just kind of give a little background where she started where we are now and then I mean the extracurricular things are huge story with Maria as always I wanNA talk about first about her influence one of the things that I've seen since the the announcement that she's retired is some folks. Scoffing at just how much her actual influence was and how much she inspired people and I don't think you can underestimate. Just how much influence Maria Sharapova had in bringing people into tenants. They might not be the reasons that you would want people to come to tennis. But Maria Sharapova is Bar. None globally the most well-known women's tennis player. And we know this. Because Jamaicans don't know what Serena Williams looks like. We know this from schools John's quits. I can't tell you how many times I've interacted with people and they're like what would you like? Well I have a tennis podcast and like Oh Maria sharp over. I'm like do you follow tennis. No but they know who? Marie sharp over yes. Her Persona has cut through so many different facets of life to the point where random people know who she is on top of that. There are a lot of people who the very first match they saw was Maria Sharapova match. And that's the kind of thing that can't control. I was a Cheetah van because the very first match I watched was a continue to match the very first men's match. I watch was an Agassi match. Those are the things that that people hang onto. Because it's their first introduction right so there is that there is the fact that she occupied this place of prominence being the top paid female athletes in the world. For so long we can have a totally different discussion about whether that was warranted or deserved that separate and apart. If you're able to separate those two things then I think you can see clearly that Sharipova mental out to a lot of people and had great influence within the tennis world the sporting world and in society at large globally as well within tennis. She is a polarizing figure. We are not going to pretend like we have always been kind to her on the show. We've had our fun roasting Maria over the years. You've had your fun today with the title for this episode and You know. I'm going to be totally straightforward. Maria is not not a player that I loved to watch play tennis. I can appreciate her place. I respect a lot of things about her. She's not somebody who's matches I- flocked to watch and we've been critical about the way that she wrote about Serena and her bulk about how she handled the IT F. and then water ban and there's a lot going on but she is not an a boring character by any stretch. If you were to look back now and Marie his career what is the one word or the one thing that comes to mind what well? Unfortunately right now. It's Mel Donen. That's the first thing that comes to my e. Yeah like if we're doing plane Word Association. I'm not saying that's fair. Okay but I think when we have some distance when I've been thinking about her career. I'm thinking about winning Wimbledon at seventeen thinking about having a career slam on Sugar Povoa. Her tennis achievements are huge. Because very few women have won a career. Grand Slam. Her off-court achievements are also big and they're also painted by the fact that her blindness and her whiteness made her the perfect foil and the perfect heroin. As opposed to this dominant black champion Serena Williams you know she was the great white hope right again. Another consideration of the great white hope for me. The word is complicated when we covered the muldoon thing. We came down right in the middle of the fence. We come down on either side of the. I think I'm still there actually. It was kind of interesting to go back and look through some of the research done for that episode. What like what three years ago? At this point I'm early. Two Thousand Sixteen when it when it came out so almost four years ago we would have covered this on the show and to now be going through it again are thinking about it again and and feeling the same way like not much has changed for

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Left is Wendy Snyder and veterans day is this Monday and today in studio we are about to salute a true hero he is the I don't want to screw this up the youngest living medal of honor recipient his name is Kyle carpenter and he is with us right now Kyle thank you so much for coming up I appreciate you having me thank you so much your book is called you are worth it your story is so unbelievable I was reading about you in Afghanistan you're a marine your I'll let you tell the story but you are so such a hero thank you so much that that means a lot and yes in a a defining part of my journey is what happened on the roof that that day but before I get into that I just want to tell people you know I think because that is such a defining moment and and a point of focus that I think a lot of people might not necessarily be discouraged but they might not be jumping to read this because they think it's just about a book that only someone in the military or that have been a combat can understand yeah but you know I got injured going on ten years ago now and so it's been an evolution of you know things that have been that at the time we're just experiences in that moment good bad you know painful but now with many years of self reflection deep thought and healing has turned into perspective so very little of the book actually is about military combat it's more of a book of how to get through struggle we are best selves absolutely and to to show people that you know physically mentally emotionally you might be different when you get knocked down in life and when you come back be truly can come back better and stronger than you were before whatever knocked you down you know but as far as the the incident my injury it was November twenty first two thousand ten myself and my fellow marines I was a second Italian night marines and Marcia Afghanistan every single day for the four months that I made it through our seven month deployment allows injured from sun up to sun down was a vicious fight for survival every morning our alarm clock was our base getting attacked with A. K. forty sevens and it was never a matter of wonder if we're going to get shot at today it was just you know when and so myself and a fellow marine just one marine a best friend of mine Nick you for Ozzy we were on a roof together and we were on what people would think of as a look al or standing guard the world this elevated position on this roof looking out for the marines inside the compound who might be resting or eating out cleaning their weapons and the enemy just like every day initiated daylight attack V. now everything I'm about to go through was based off a very extensive two year and over two hundred fifty page investigation done by the marine corps department of defense and witness testimonies and even they brought in a post blast analysis team to look at the hole in the roof that you can actually still look up on Google earth that you know my body weight with my body armor sandwiching that grenade between the roof the roof was weaker so like with anything things take the path of least resistance blew down through the roof so with all that said and the attack was initiated three grenades were thrown before I do not remember any of those excuse me the fourth grenade was thrown and landed I'm very close proximity to myself in NYC on the roof I do not remember seeing the grenade or thinking about it but from all of the evidence and the investigation it was concluded that I covered the grenade that was thrown at us to try to shield and protect my fellow marine did you even think about it or did you just react like there's my body I gotta do something here you know fortunately I don't remember and I used to beat myself up about that but I realize how wrong that was and that not to being unconscious for five weeks dying three times I I give all of my thinking integers being thankful that I woke up and is very understandable that after laying on top of a hand grenade that I might not remember those moments but now with that said I don't remember but you know if I had to guess and I know that is guess is accurate the love and respect I have for my fellow marine along with from the moment as recruits at the time but as marines that we step on those yellow footprints of boot camp it is ingrained us every single day the stories in generations of courageous her roadway super human marines that have come before us and pave the way yeah those marines at seventeen eighteen nineteen years old we're told Hey you're probably nine gonna make it out of the landing craft to try to land on those beaches a war to and they did it anyway and put their visas sand in charge for the marines that covered her name for their fellow marines in Vietnam so even though I don't remember I'm thankful and I'm proud that I stepped up as a friend and as a marine that I needed to in that moment and hopefully in a way that the marines that are still with us from those generations and those who are looking down on us proud the word thank you sound so weak to say to you but that thank you for your service they were all your words men and women you're so sweet I just want to jump in and say that police superintendent Eddie Johnson and will be retiring and there is a press conference with mayor Laurie light foot and we are going to go live to that at any moment so I just wanna make sure we get the name of your book out there are just stories and it just how to be the best self you can be with this limited amount of time we have on earth you are worth it is the name of the book it's available everywhere correct and I read the audio book no really nice personal touch one of the hardest things actually I have ever done very very mentally challenging but I'm thankful I did and the feedback thing great nothing people like him a sword for me when you tell the story of your life when anyone tells a story there life you're visiting some moments some good some not so good was that difficult to revisit some some key moments in your life no again you know I'm just so thankful and grateful that I woke up and also you know those challenging in very difficult and sometimes long and painful moments and night you know those times in life teach us the most beautiful of lessons and you know it's it's still crazy and surreal for me to look back and even hear my own story now nine years later but you know a really interesting aspect of this book that I didn't really expect going into it is I was not only unconscious for five weeks but I went through three combat trauma hospitals Germany you know multiple flight medic cruise the medevac that pick me up and and these people that put their hands on me and resuscitated life back into me you know I through this process I learned about parts of my journey in my life five weeks of it if not more that you know have always been a blank and I might have never had filled in if I would have undertaken this project so the book turned out even more beautifully than I could have hoped for expected I'm just so thankful that my story my fellow marines my family and all those people that help me get to where I am today and and help me you know rebuild this bonus round that I'm living I'm just thankful that I could write this story give them the thank you they deserve and have this story for ever can you make me want to cry you make me want to hug you you make me want to jump for joy we can do all I do what option here mazing he's for Heil carpenter and ease some of your creed does don't hide your scars call your mom I am a mom I love hearing that this book you are worth it I think it should be required school reading for veterans day which is Monday I know some schools we used to have it off when we were growing up right now my kids high school and many others have a veteran's day program because you all need to be saluted I am so proud of you really you make me want to cry and I want to kiss you thank you so much and has really appreciate thanks Kyle so much carpenter everybody the youngest living medal of honor recipients and specifically the second living marine since the Vietnam War and the youngest to be decorated with this Christy just medal of honor how proud must you be it was the yeah that ceremony and the medal it was a proud moment for all marines you know it's a beautiful bird and it's very heavy and I think I'll spend the rest of my life trying to comprehend the gravity in the way of it but is as heavy as it is sometimes I am just so thankful home more than appreciative that I was recognized by my country and told thank you and that I had the opportunity to serve and sacrifice as United States marine and in again to have that metal jerked around my neck that was for all marines are on I'm thankful for that what an inspiration so much while some provide well temper fine unbelievable his name is Kyle carpenter please check out his website it's William Kyle carpenter dot com yes ma'am and you can find him on Twitter and Instagram all social media Facebook as well but definitely Google him he's Kyle carpenter he's a hero in his book is you are worth it thank you so much Instagram and Twitter chicks dig scars do god bless you and god bless thank you so much for having a child it's bill left the twenty sider we're gonna take a quick break and then we will be covering at the press conference from mayor Laurie light foot involving police superintendent Eddie Johnson and I guess we go live to the newsroom right now well we're waiting when the at and I'll give us a two minute warning about five minutes ago so but by expecting to begin any time here week and they did not want to interrupt Kyle they knew better right I didn't want to interrupt what a story I know its so inspirational so we take a break and then if we need to come out of it.

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"The man that understands the life of privilege while David gas guy what doesn't. I'm not saying financial and just say that you know you've been privileged and White House up by I mean look at you I mean come on. work work hard and train hard work cards are a little hard yeah for a full you are you are you for this idea of paying the athletes I think you guys said said it right the nail right on the head especially TJ with this I do I do want to push back a little bit I think if there's a way to make this effective for both sides of the of the fence on this I think they'd be important to set up some kind of escrow account or trust account for these young student athletes because you did mention it I mean some of these kids that are coming from the the high profile life like Tim Tchibo. you give them a lot of money and I think that there was a splurge or use it on things they don't Nestle need for one I have for you know what you can do to cut you off okay I actually agree with that don't put it all in there give mom. a certain percent yeah of it that they could have now so that they can benefit from it right now and then the rest can go into an account like you said that makes fun of say I'm not anything like an interest bearing account or something that nature I mean about it we got kids in E. sports are getting paid hundreds of thousands of dollars and these kids running in leaving their own house there fourteen fifteen sixteen years sixteen years of age I don't think that's healthy enough for them their family the environment that they live in the given all that money and they don't leave the house not socially active the run out in about there was on social media reading gauge with people I think that I mean it's a dangerous proposition for a lot of these people not the kids that are playing right now in the field but obviously you want to do everything you can as an adult to protect them from themselves this mission instances where the just seventeen eighteen nineteen years of age now on the other side I will give you a couple of potential big problems with the stuff the couple of big big problems that they still have to think about all right but what's going on out there busy day in college yes Sir general we got number three George of beating up on Arkansas state right now thirty four nothing it is ugly mom.

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KTOK

"Land Joe package dot com all the social media bear the live video stream also signed up for the newsletter plus were on the blaze radio network it's the weekend with Joe packs glad to have you along for the ride thanks a lot for stopping by but what were you my interview with Charlie Kirk at a moment before he got some breaking news this is gonna be Saturday morning slash afternoon I. as in doing the show live breaking confirmed active shooter a Walmart near cielo Vista mall this is in el Paso Texas from K. T. S. M. A. NA in el Paso Katie S. M. could confirm that eighteen people were shot inside the Walmart the extent of her injuries is unknown el Paso police model other law enforcement agencies responding to the shooter at the Walmart an active shooter situation if you're if you're listening in that area stay away from the area obviously details limited K. T. S. M. as a crew in route so please put out active shooting stay away from syllabus the mall area see the still active and other some video coming out of people are leaving the stores in the mall is a guess is a big mall there and they're leaving we don't have anything other than that but they are confirming eighteen people shot we don't know their conditions updates as I find out more information again this is happening Saturday morning slash afternoon depending on your time zone on the weekend all right I got was Charlie Kirk he is the founder of turning point USA and we talk right before the first Democrat debates we talk a lot about what we expect will we will be watching and so on but also about conservatives among young people are there more conservatives who are young in this country than we even though and the answer is probably yes because with those voices are squelched they're basically threatening shutting up Charlie I appreciated how are you I'm doing great thanks so much for having me let me start this way I see you on on television all the time now dude your doing an absolutely incredible job you're very comfortable the facts are incredible there's a great energy to you I'm proud of of seeing your success great job with that well thank you so much that it means a lot and they're not really good couple years and you know we appreciate your support military units back on your career second growing radio program so thank you for the kind words will make it out to like you are then a really great job I I love goes the fact that you guys don't take any golf I love that it's a youthful conservative movement your organization that tell you don't mind could you tell me or TPO U. S. even came from twenty point USA what what is was it your brain child by yeah I started it when I was eighteen years old I I to Chicago Illinois and it's been seven years now and your organization as ground over fourteen hundred high school and college campuses across the country and your focus is to educate the next generation around the values of free enterprise contribution limit government and American exceptionalism and it has been not been a terrific during now as I mentioned with our campus president and our massive event that we're doing in last week we are honored to post president of the United States that are then which shot you know was a really really great honor an opportunity so you know we're we're growing at every single turn on and you know if they were fighting for the soul of the next generation but all of our country are you know we were we were used to allow this generation to become in el lector socialist victims that are being swindled fire also promises of Marxism and fell out with that we see a great a great opportunity but also a lot of work ahead of us you know to recapture next generation around the ideas of freedom it's Charlie per god keep USA dot org makes you go the go follow him on a on Twitter is a good feature incredible is towards very strong people going following their also follow T. I T. puis SA on there when it comes to young people in this country what I found and I think that you found this as well is that yes they're indoctrinated yester getting be yes yes really getting left this stuff from a college college professors at a twelve to one liberal or conservative but if you have a conversation with them they'll listen you'll hear the other side and more times than not when given all the facts they'll come around and say well that's not the way that I feel at all I actually feel the way that you're saving are you finding that as well I am and I find that important far more than tons of not students are not inherently opposed ideas not expose them at all in the first place effects didn't don't even hear the other side and to know that even on the side right I think there's only one way of thinking and it's up to us to liberate the conversation and to give students in the at the the of the opinion that the intellectual ammunition that they need to be able to understand that there's there's different types of philosophy person out of just allow this Marxist world view and again I'll tell you that our organization fans stand firm around the ideas of America is an exceptional country here that needs to be preserved project in about hundred still it but it's really is there's a lot of danger coming out of our lecture hall there's a lot of danger that emanating from you know our universities and high schools and and our organization now president on fourteen hundred high school and college campuses and for your listeners that are curious the turning point you expect it earlier and they want to engage your get involved and you know you one of our key kind of promises that that whatever happens on college campuses will soon happen all the Congress right and left a lot if you will which trained and they were molded on college campuses I mean their ideology came from campus no a she was not a radical until she had campus and now you see what she's doing with that radicalism she totally changing the face of an entire American political party and with that you know that that the terms of the debate delta Phi on college campuses is critical the soul of our country and a lot of different ways will continue to dictate whether we're gonna look at a free society or one that is embracing very dangerous anti American idea it is our Charlie cargo thunder of turning point USA it you too to that point where people getting into getting involved in organizations like yours on college campuses about fifty miles away from where I sit is UT Austin and people all at UT Austin I in T. follow and and other radical leftist groups have said if you dare joing T. P. USA if you dare join turning point or another like minded conservative organization we're gonna docks you we're gonna expose you we're going to attack you at every turn that's scary it's scary talk Charlie and I think that some young people were seventeen eighteen nineteen years old are going to say maybe a conservative and I'm gonna tell anybody yeah and I mean like this is this is modern day like our public public character assassination happening here and here I mean that they're not being covered in the mainstream press but you have you have militant left wing organizations like a lap you're conservative student and conservative groups if they dare think differently on this is a really dangerous trend and we saw this and obviously at Texas state university thing that your G. Austin or incoming freshmen are facing threats both physical intimidation band threats and threats of violence if they dare you know going to turning point USA conservative minded chapter I mean this is this is not a country does not the country that you know I I thought I lived in a time where it where this is tolerated the allowed where people level conservative views are going to live in danger and the press the press is different so horrible on if they refused to cover it and people which are the domestic care organization and the president seems that he's open to classifying them as such right and has a recent tweet which I fully and completely support and people which is a master terror organization of the paramilitary arm of the far left wing of the Democratic Party I didn't start at a restaurant planned people and FIFA has no case to me to the street and people showed up to our our event and the media basically doesn't cover it and could you imagine could you imagine if conservatives were doc thing liberal students could you imagine if conservatives would make America great again half were chasing liberals the streets are protesting would be outraged existed beyond all of it existed to be all over cable television doesn't exist and that they have to vacate crimes like that a lot yeah you know you live in a great country you have to start making up a crime unfortunately there is real hate crimes happening up conservative and both of which I support this great president and will continue to expose them like you are Charlie Kerr he's got a new podcast called the Charlie Kirk shows last is K. I. R. K. make sure you find a go follow him on Twitter and I'm sure that he's gonna update there when you can find the podcast I can't wait to go listen to them out when it comes to A. O. C. who you mentioned and and receded to leave and and I. N. dot you on Omar and and I I Anna Presley but really more focused on on a see when she says concentration camps when she says women or drinking at a toilets when she said she was physically and sexually threatened by a border patrol agent but you can get his badge number or his name Charlie she now that she's lying and and issue just trying to gin up some trouble or do you think she really believes that stuff I mean I I I don't think I don't think that we have checked the records in a neat then on the next generation exactly the consequences of of lying in fact they believe in and that the ends justify the means so for her you want to get she once open borders she wants to create a scene so she applied openly about it yeah the media think Colorado Annika media doesn't cross examine her on it she just blatantly makes up the thank them there's really no recourse and that that's too bad because you know she just gets away with absolute Paul search you get away with full complete fabrication I mean like you said that you're not drinking out of toilet things were totally fat fabricated and made up right and but for her it's all part of it's all part of the journey all part of the dirt journey deconstruct America and that's really what the left one they want to deconstruct our country what then thank hurts all of your listeners the look up the construction of them are you can look it up online I think you will get I think you'll get a very good picture of how and why you know that ideology is implemented and what it means I also covered extensively on my podcast Charlie Kirk show thank you for mentioning it you bet anyone want to give me a subscriber it really helps out a lot yes go go do that again follow him on Twitter you'll find out how to go and find the trolley car show I guess you can get it on all the podcast deliver a delivery systems as well but they'll look it up you'll find it and and also Charlie make sure you give me a link at all all tweeted as well not that my Twitter is as big as yours do it holy crap it's Charlie Kirk he's the founder of turning point USA so let's let's leave it on this the debates tonight I had to and you have to because what we do for a living we comment on what's happening politically and and then some we have to watch I would rather shut it off tonight but I'm not going to be able to we're going to see a bunch of his pandering we're gonna say and I saw you guys talk about that on television the other night was delirious they're gonna they're they're gonna talk about how much they hate the country how races the president is Charlie Weis at a winning combination winning theory or winning agenda for the left to constantly say how disgusting and horrible this country is the president is the White House is hold people like capric up on high and and denigrate people like Donald Trump who just simply loves the country why is it a winning strategy do you think why I don't think it is but they're trying to reshape the Democrat party and they lost that they used to be a party that had some semblance of you know on the hard working Americans are based union workers right editors carpenters not those are all not transporting Democrats or Republicans right I hope it stays that way hope Republican Party state the party of hard work and the party of middle class values that that's that's truly the party of Reagan and the party of Eisenhower in the party of Lincoln right I think the further away we get from the crowd the cosmopolitan elitist gender a gender the batter perfectly honest with you I think that's why Donald Trump is in some Iraqi look the successful but they're trying to reshape their party in.

Charlie Kirk Walmart Joe seventeen eighteen nineteen ye eighteen years seven years
"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KTOK

"A terrific during now as I mentioned with our campus president and our massive event that we're doing in last week we are honored to post president of the United States that are event which shot you know was a really really great honor an opportunity so you know we're we're growing at every single turn and you know if they were fighting for the soul of the next generation but all of our country are you know we were we refuse to allow this generation to become in el lector socialist victims that are being swindled fire also promises of Marxism and fell out with that we see a great would be a great opportunity but also a lot of work ahead of us you know to recapture next generation around the idea of the three month it's Charlie Kirk out keep USA dot org makes you go the go follow him on a on Twitter is a good feature incredible is towards very strong people going following their also follow T. I T. puis SA on there when it comes to young people in this country what I found and I think that you found this as well is that yes they're indoctrinated yester getting be yes yes really getting left this stuff from a college college professors at a twelve to one liberal or conservative but if you have a conversation with them they'll listen you'll hear the other side and more times than not when given all the facts will come around and say well that's not the way that I feel at all I actually feel the way that you're saving are you finding that as well I am and I find that important far more than tons of not students are not inherently opposed ideas not expose them at all in the first place expect students don't even hear the other side and to know that even on the side right I think there's only one way of thinking and it's up to us to liberate the conversation and to give students in the at the the at the opinions and the intellectual ammunition that they need to be able to understand that there's there's different types of philosophy person out of just a lot this Marxist world view and again I'll tell you that our organization fans stand firm around the ideas of America is an exceptional country here that needs to be preserved project in about a hundred but it's really a there's a lot of danger coming out of our lecture hall is a lot of danger that emanating from you know our universities and high schools and and our organization now president on fourteen hundred high school and college campuses and for your listeners that are curious the turning point USA earlier in the water can gauge or get involved and you know you one of our key kind of promises that that whatever happens on college campuses will soon happen all the Congress right and what if you will which trained and they were molded on college campuses I mean their ideology came from campus you know a she was not a radical until she had campus and now you see what she's doing with that radicalism she totally changing the face of an entire American political party and with that you know that that the terms of the debate and build a fire on college campuses is critical the soul of our country and a lot of different ways will continue to you know dictate whether we're gonna look at a free society or one that is embracing very dangerous anti American idea it is our Charlie cargo thunder of turning point USA it you too to that point where people getting into getting involved in organizations like yours on college campuses about fifty miles away from where I sit is UT Austin and people all at UT Austin I in T. follow and and other radical leftist groups have said if you dare join T. P. USA if you dare join turning point or another like minded conservative organization we're gonna docks you we're gonna expose you we're going to attack you at every turn that's scary it's scary talk Charlie and I think that some young people were seventeen eighteen nineteen years old are gonna say maybe in conservative and I'm gonna tell anybody yeah and I mean like this is this is modern day like our public public character assassination happening here in India I mean that they're not being covered in the mainstream press but you have you have militant left wing organizations like a lap you're conservative student and conservative groups if they dare think differently on this is a really dangerous trend and we saw this and obviously at Texas state university thing that he often or incoming freshmen are facing threats both physical intimidation band threats and threats of violence if they dare you know going to turning point USA conservative minded chapter I mean this is this is not a country is not a country that you know I I thought I lived in a time yeah word word this is tolerated allowed where people level conservative views are going to live in danger and the press the press is different so horrible on that they refused to cover it and people which are the domestic care organization and the president seems that he's open to classifying them as such right time is a recent tweet which I fully and completely support and people which is a master terror organization of the paramilitary arm of the far left wing of the Democratic Party I didn't start at a restaurant planned people and people has no case to me through the streets and keep ourselves up to our our event and the media basically doesn't cover it and could you imagine could you imagine if conservatives what doc thing liberal students could you imagine if conservatives would make America great again half were chasing liberals the streets are protesting would be outraged existed beyond all of it existed to be all over cable television doesn't exist and that they have to vacate crimes like that a lot yeah you know you live in a great country you have to start making up a crime unfortunately there is real hate crimes happening up conservative and those of which I support this great president and will continue to expose them like you arts Charlie Kerr he's got a new podcast called the Charlie Kirk shows last name is K. I. R. K. make sure you find a go follow him on Twitter and I'm sure that he's gonna update there when you can find the podcast I can't wait to go listen to them out when it comes to A. O. C. who you mentioned and and receded to leave and and I. N. dot you on Omar and and I I under Presley but really more focused on on a see when she says concentration camps when she says women or drinking at a toilets when she said she was physically and sexually threatened by a border patrol agent but you can get his badge number or his name Charlie she now that she's lying and and this you just try to gin up some trouble or do you think she really believes that stuff not not I mean I I I don't think I don't think that we have collectively cage you know nothing on the next generation exactly the consequences of of lying in fact they believe in and that the ends justify the means so for her you want to get she once open borders she wants to create a scene so she applied openly about it yeah the media in Colorado on it the media doesn't cross examine her on it she just blatantly makes up the thank them there's really no recourse and that that's too bad all right because you know she just gets away with absolute Paul search you get away with full complete fabrication I mean like you said that you're not drinking out of toilet things were totally fat fabricated and made up right and but for her it's all part of it's all part of the journey all part of the dark journey deconstruct America and that's really what the left one they want to deconstruct our country what then thank hurts all of your listeners the look up the construction of them are you can look it up online I think you will get I think you'll get a very good picture of how and why you know that ideology is implemented and what it means I also covered extensively on my podcast Charlie Kirk show thank you for mentioning it you bet anyone want to give me a subscriber it really helps out a lot yes go go do that again follow him on Twitter you'll find out how to go and find the trolley car show I guess you can get it on all the podcast deliver a delivery systems as well but they'll look it up you'll find it and and also Charlie make sure you give me a link at all all tweeted as well not that my Twitter is as big as yours do it holy crap it's Charlie kirke is the founder of turning point USA so let's let's see but on this the debates tonight I had to and you have to because what we do for a living we comment on what's happening politically and and then some we have to watch I would rather shut it off tonight but I'm not going to be able to we're going to see a bunch of his pandering we're gonna say and I saw you guys talk about that on television the other night was delirious they're gonna they're they're gonna talk about how much they hate the country how races the president is Charlie Weis at a winning combination winning theory or winning agenda for the left to constantly say how disgusting and horrible this country is the president is the White House is hold people like capric up on high and and denigrate people like Donald Trump who just simply loves the country why is it a winning strategy do you think why I don't think it is but they're trying to reshape the Democrat party and they lost that they used to be a party that had some semblance of your own the hard working Americans are based union workers right editors carpenters not those are all not transporting Democrat I from what Republicans right I hope it stays that way hope Republican Party state the party of hard work and the party of middle class values that that's that's truly the party of Reagan and the party of Eisenhower in the party of Lincoln right I think the further away we get from the crowd the cosmopolitan elitist gender a gender the batter perfectly honest with you I think that's why Donald Trump is in some Iraqi look the successful but they're trying to reshape their party in their new bases non citizens lawbreakers and metropolitan Malibu in Manhattan elite care less about Montana Michigan or military and that's where they want to reshape our party we cater to small clusters of people that have very different problems from that of hard working Americans but if that would rather sit at home and do nothing and get stopped for basically for free and also to pander to the non citizens who came into our country lawless like eggs all happening because Donald Trump stole their base away and instead of trying to win back they are now trying to reshape the party and I think the works such three point a very very great excellent point you're you're gonna watch it tonight like I am right I mean it's gonna be I I hate to do it because gonna be hating America right well the the the the the marks the circus what I call it well that's but it's a good nomenclature for sure get get his podcast the trolley Curcio gold subscribe we'll.

president United States seventeen eighteen nineteen ye three month
"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:18 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And it's been seven years now and your organization as ground over fourteen hundred high school and college campuses across the country and you know our focus is to educate the next generation around the values of free enterprise constitutionally limited government and American exceptionalism and it has been locked in a terrific during now as I mentioned with our campus president and our massive event that we're doing in last week we are honored to post president of the United States that are event which are you know is a really really great honor and opportunity so you know we're we're growing at every single turn on and you know if they were fighting for the soul of the next generation yeah but all of our country you know we are we are fused to allow this generation to become in al lector socialist become better beings when the fire also promises of Marxism and fell out with that we see a great with the a great opportunity but also a lot of work ahead of us you know to recapture the next generation around the idea of the freedom it's Charlie Parker keep USA dot org makes you go the go follow him on a on Twitter is a good feature incredible it's worded very strong people going following their also follow to I. T. puis SA on there when it comes to young people in this country what I found and I think that you found this as well is that yes they're indoctrinated yester getting be yes yes really getting left this stuff from a college college professors at twelve to one liberal or conservative but if you have a conversation with them they'll listen you'll hear the other side and more times than not when given all the facts they'll come around and say well that's not the way that I feel at all I actually feel the way that you're saving are you finding that as well I am and I find that important far more than tons of not students are not inherently opposed ideas not expose them at all in the first place executives don't even hear the other side of them and know that even on the side right I think there's only one way of thinking and it's up to us to liberate the conversation and to give students in the at the the the opinions and the intellectual ammunition that they need to be able to understand that there's there's different types of philosophy person out of just allow this Marxist world view and the you know I'll tell you that our organization fans stand firm around the ideas of America is an exceptional country here that needs to be preserved project in about a hundred but it's really is there's a lot of pain you're coming out of our lecture hall there's a lot of danger that emanating from you know our universities and high schools and and our organization now president from fourteen hundred high school and college campuses and for your listeners that are curious the turning point USA earlier in the water can gauge or get involved and you know you're one of our key kind of parameters that that whatever happens on college campuses will soon happen all the Congress right and left a lot if you will which trained and they were molded on college campuses I mean their ideology came from campus you know a she was not a radical until she had campus and now you see what she's doing with that radicalism she totally changing the face of an empire American political party and with that you know that that the terms of the debate so the fire on college campuses is critical the soul of our country and a lot of different ways will continue you are you know the dictate whether we're gonna live in a free society or one that is embracing very dangerous anti American idea it is our Charlie cargoes founder of turning point USA at you to to that point where people getting into getting involved in organizations like yours on college campuses about fifty miles away from where I sit is UT Austin and people all at UT Austin I in T. far and and other radical leftist groups have said if you dare joing T. P. USA if you dare join turning point or another like minded conservative organization we're gonna docks you we're gonna expose you we're going to attack you at every turn that's scary it's scary talk Charlie eight and I think that some young people were seventeen eighteen nineteen years old are gonna say maybe in conservative blog and I'm gonna tell anybody yeah and I mean like this is a modern day like our public public character assassination happening here in India I mean that they're not being covered in the mainstream press but you have you have militant left wing organizations like a laugh conservative student and conservative groups that they dared think differently I mean this is a really dangerous trend and we saw this and obviously at Texas state university with you met your G. often or incoming freshmen are facing threats both physical intimidation band threats and threats of violence if they dare you know join a turning point USA conservative minded chapter I mean this is this is not a country does not the country that you know I I thought I lived in a time where where this is tolerated allowed where people level conservative views are going to live in danger and the price the price is different so horrible on that they refused to cover it and people which are the domestic care organization and the president seems that he's open to classifying them as such right and has a recent tweet which I fully and completely support and people which is a master terror organization of the paramilitary arm of the far left wing of the Democratic Party I didn't start at a restaurant planned people up and FIFA has no case to me through the streets and keep ourselves up to our our event and the media basically doesn't cover it and could you imagine could you imagine if conservatives were doc thing liberal students could you imagine if conservatives would make America great again half were chasing liberals the streets are protesting the outrage existed beyond all of it existed to be all over cable television doesn't exist and that they have to vacate crimes like that what are you know you live in a great country you have to start making up a crime unfortunately there is real hate crimes happening up conservative and those of which I support the three presidents and will continue to expose them like you are Charlie Kerr he's got a new podcast called the Charlie Kirk shows last is K. I. R. K. make sure you find a go follow him on Twitter and I'm sure that he's gonna update there when you can find the podcast I can't wait to go listen to them out when it comes to A. O. C. who you mentioned and and receded to leave Ben and I and you on Omar and and I I Anna Presley but really more focused on on a see what she says concentration camps when she says women are drinking out of toilets when she says she was physically and sexually threatened by a border patrol agent but you can get his badge number or his name Charlie does she know that she's lying and and this you just try to gin up some trouble or do you think she really believes that stuff I mean I I I don't think I don't think that we have collectively cage you know these men on the next generation exactly the consequences of of lying in fact they believe in I am at the ends justify the means so for her do you want to get she once open borders she wants to create a scene so she applied openly about it yeah the media in Colorado the media doesn't cross examine her on it she just blatantly makes up these things and there's really no recourse and that that's too bad because you know she just gets away with absolute Paul search you get away with full complete fabrication I mean like you said if you're not drinking out of toilet things were totally fact fabricated and made up right and up but for her it's all part of it's all part of the journey all part of the dirt journey deconstruct America and that's really what the left one they want to deconstruct our country what then thank hurts all of your listeners the look up the construction of them are you can look it up online I think you will get I think you will get a very good picture of how and why you know that ideology is implemented and what it means I also covered extensively on my podcast or show thank you for mentioning it anyone want to give me a subscriber it really helps out a lot yes go go do that again follow him on Twitter you'll find out how to go and find the trolley car show I guess you can get it on all the podcast deliver a delivery systems as well but they'll look it up they'll find it and and also Charlie make sure you give me a link at all all tweeted as well not to my Twitter is as big as yours dude holy crap it's Charlie kirke is the founder of turning point USA so let's let's see but on this the debates tonight I had to and you have to because what we do for a living we comment on what's happening politically and and then some we have to watch I would rather shut it off tonight but I'm not going to be able to we're going to see a bunch of his pandering we're gonna say and I saw you guys talk about that on television and I was delirious they're gonna they're they're going to talk about how much they hate the country how races the president is that Charlie Weis at a winning combination winning theory or winning agenda for the left to constantly say how disgusting and horrible this country is the president is the White House is hold people I capric up on high and and denigrate people like Donald Trump who just simply loves the country why is it a winning strategy do you think why I don't think it does but they're trying to reshape the Democrat party and they lost that they used to be a party to have some semblance of your own the hard working Americans are based union workers hi editors carpenters not those are all not transporting Democrat I from what Republicans right I hope it stays that way hope Republican Party state the party of hard work and the party of middle class values that that's that's truly the party of Reagan and the party of Eisenhower in the party of Lincoln right I think the further away we get from the crowd the cosmopolitan leaders gender a gender the batter perfectly honest with you I think that's why Donald Trump is in some Iraqi look the successful but they're trying to reshape their party in a new base of non citizens lawbreakers and metropolitan Malibu in Manhattan elite care less about Montana Michigan or military and that's where they want to reshape our party we cater to small clusters of people that have very different problems from that of hard working Americans but if that would rather sit at home and do nothing and get stopped for basically for free and also to pander to the non citizens who came into our country lawless flick it is all happening because Donald Trump stole their base away and instead of trying to win back they are now trying to reshape the party and I think the works such a great point a very very great excellent points you you're gonna watch it tonight like I am right I mean it's going to I I hate to do it because gonna be hating America that's right well the the the the the marks of circus what I call it well that's but it's a good nomenclature for sure get get his podcast Charlie Curcio gold subscribe we'll.

president United States seventeen eighteen nineteen ye seven years
"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KTOK

"A terrific during now as I mentioned with our campus president and our national event that we're doing in last week we are honored to post president of the United States that are event which shot you know was a really really great honor and opportunity so you know we're we're growing at every single turn on and you know if they were fighting for the soul of the next generation but all of our country are you know we were we refuse to allow this generation to become in out of the leftist socialist victim that are being swindled by a false promises of Marxism and fell out with that we see a great a great opportunity but also a lot of work ahead of us you know to recapture the next generation around the ideas of freedom it's Charlie per god keep USA dot org make sure you go the go follow him on a on Twitter is a good feature incredible is towards very strong people going following their also follow to a TV you essay on there when it comes to young people in this country what I found and I think that you found this as well is that yes they're indoctrinated yester getting be yes yes really getting left this stuff from a college college professors that are twelve to one liberal or conservative but if you have a conversation with them bill listen you'll hear the other side and more times than not when given all the facts will come around and say well that's not the way that I feel at all I actually feel the way that you're saving are you finding that as well I am and I find that important far more than tons of not students are not inherently opposed ideas right not expose them at all in the first place except you don't don't even hear the other side and to know that even on the side right I think there's only one way of thinking and it's up to us to liberate the conversation and to give students in the at the the the opinions and the intellectual ammunition that they need to be able to understand that there's there's different types of philosophy person out of a lot this Marxist world view and again I'll tell you that our organization fans stand firm around the ideas of America is an exceptional country here that needs to be preserved project in about hundred still it but it's really is there's a lot of danger coming out of our lecture hall there's a lot of danger that emanating from you know our universities and high schools and and our organization now president on fourteen hundred high school and college campuses and for your listeners that are curious the turning point USA earlier in the water can gauge or get involved and you know you one of our key kind of promises that that whatever happens on college campuses will soon happen all the Congress right and what if you will which trained and they were molded on college campuses I mean their ideology came from campus you know a she was not a radical until she had campus and now you see what she's doing with that radicalism she totally changing the face of an empire American political party and with that you know that that the terms of the debate and build a fire on college campuses is critical the soul of our country and a lot of different ways will continue to dictate whether we're gonna look at a free society or one that is increasing very dangerous and ideas it is our Charlie cargo thunder of turning point USA it you too to that point where people getting into getting involved in organizations like yours on college campuses about fifty miles away from where I sit is UT Austin and people all at UT Austin I in T. far and and other radical leftist groups have said if you dare joing T. P. USA if you dare join turning point or another like minded conservative organization we're gonna docks you we're gonna expose you we're going to attack you at every turn that's scary it's scary talk Charlie and I think that some young people who are seventeen eighteen nineteen years old are gonna say maybe in conservative blog and I'm gonna tell anybody yeah and I mean like this is this is modern day like our public public character assassination happening here in India I mean that they're not being covered in the mainstream press but you have you have militant left wing organizations like a laugh conservative student and conservative groups if they dare think differently on this is a really dangerous trend and we saw this and obviously at Texas state university thing that your G. often or incoming freshmen are facing threats both physical intimidation band threats and threats of violence if they dare you know join a turning point USA conservative minded chapter I mean this is this is not a country does not the country that you know I I thought I lived in a crime yeah work work this is tolerated allowed where people that whole conservative views are gonna live in danger and the press the press is different so horrible on that they refused to cover it and people which are the domestic care organization and the president seems that he's open to classifying them as such right and has a recent tweet which I fully and completely support and people which is a master terror organization of the paramilitary arm of the far left wing of the Democratic Party I didn't start at a restaurant planned people and FIFA has not changed me to the street and people showed up to our our event and the media basically doesn't cover it and could you imagine could you imagine if conservatives were doc thing liberal students could you imagine if conservatives would make America great again half were chasing liberals the streets are protesting would be outraged existed beyond all of it existed to be all over cable television doesn't exist and that they have to vacate crimes like that a lot yeah you know you live in a great country you have to start making up a crime unfortunately there is real hate crimes happening up conservative and both of which are supported straight from the and we'll continue to expose them like you are Charlie Kerr he's got a new podcast called the Charlie Kirk shows last is K. I. R. K. make sure you find a go follow him on Twitter and I'm sure that he's gonna update there when you can find the podcast I can't wait to go listen to them out when it comes to A. O. C. who you mentioned and and receded to leave and and I. N. dot you on Omar and and I I Anna Presley but really more focused on on a see when she says concentration camps when she says women or drinking at a toilets when she said she was physically and sexually threatened by a border patrol agent but you can get his badge number or his name Charlie she now that she's lying and and this you just try to gin up some trouble or do you think she really believes that stuff I mean I I I don't think I don't think that we have collectively cage one of these men on the next generation exactly the consequences of of lying in fact they believe in and that the ends justify the means so for her you want to get she once open borders she wants to create a scene so she applied openly about it yeah media Colorado Annika media doesn't cross examine her on it she just blatantly makes up these things and there's really no recourse and that that's too bad all right because you know she just gets away with absolute Paul search you get away with full complete fabrication I mean like you said that you're not drinking out of toilet things were totally fat fabricated and made up right and but for her it's all part of it's all part of the journey all part of the dark journey deconstruct America and that's really what the left one they want to deconstruct our country what then I encourage all of your listeners the look up the construction of them are you can look it up online I think you will get shot I think you'll get a very good picture of how and why you know that ideology is implemented and what it means I also covered extensively on my podcast early Kirk show thank you for mentioning it you bet anyone want to give me a subscribe at dot really helped out a lot yes go go do that again follow him on Twitter you'll find out how to go and find the trolley car show I guess you can get it on all the podcast deliver a delivery systems as well but they'll look it up they'll find it and and also Charlie make sure you give me a link at all all tweeted as well not that my Twitter is as big as yours dude holy crap on its Charlie Kirk he's the founder of turning point USA so let's let's leave it on this the debates tonight I had to and you have to because what we do for a living we comment on what's happening politically and and then some we have to watch I would rather shut it off tonight but I'm not going to be able to we're going to see a bunch of his pandering we're gonna say and I saw you guys talk about that on television the other night was delirious they're gonna they're they're going to talk about how much they hate the country how race is the president is that Charlie Weis at a winning combination winning fear you're winning agenda for the left to constantly say how disgusting and horrible this country is the president is the White House is hold people I capric up on high and and denigrate people like Donald Trump who just simply loves the country why is it a winning strategy do you think why I don't think it is but they're trying to reshape the Democrat party and they lost that they used to be a party that had some semblance of your own hard working Americans are based union workers right editors carpenters not those are all not transporting Democrat I from what Republicans right I hope it stays that way hope Republican Party state the party of hard work and the party of middle class values that that's that's truly the party of Reagan and the party of Eisenhower in the party of Lincoln right I think the further away we get from the crowd the cosmopolitan leaders gender a gender the batter perfectly honest with you I think that's why Donald Trump is not some miraculous the successful but they're trying to reshape their party in their new bases non citizens lawbreakers and metropolitan Malibu in Manhattan elite care less about Montana Michigan for military and that's where they want to reshape our party we cater to small clusters of people that have very different problems from that of hard working Americans but instead would rather sit at home and do nothing and get stopped for basically for free and also to pander to the non citizens who came into our country lawless flick it is all happening because Donald Trump stole their base away and instead of trying to win back the pace are now trying to reshape the party and I think the works such three point a very very great excellent point you you're gonna watch it tonight like I am right I mean it's going to I I hate to do it because gonna be hating America that's right well the the the the the marks the circus what I call it well that's but it's a it's a good nomenclature for sure get get his podcast Charlie Kirk show gold subscribe we'll show you how good a turning point USA follow them on on Twitter follow him on Twitter is it T. P. O. S. A. dot org that's the website right USA dot.

president United States seventeen eighteen nineteen ye
"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:30 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KTOK

"Joe package dot com all the social media bear the live video stream also signed up for the newsletter plus were on the blaze radio network it's the weekend with Joe packs glad to have you along for the ride thanks a lot for stopping by but what were you my interview with Charlie Kirk at a moment before he got some breaking news this is gonna be Saturday morning slash afternoon I. as in doing the show live breaking confirmed active shooter a Walmart near cielo Vista mall this is in el Paso Texas from K. T. S. M. A. NA in el Paso Katie S. M. could confirm that eighteen people were shot inside the Walmart the extent of her injuries is unknown passably to model other law enforcement agencies responding to the shooter of the Walmart an active shooter situation if you're if you're listening in that area stay away from the area obviously details limited K. T. S. M. as a crew in route so please put out active shooting stay away from syllabus the mall area see the still active and other some video coming out of people are leaving the stores in the mall is a guess is a big mall there and they're leaving we don't have anything other than that but they are confirming eighteen people shot we don't know their conditions updates as I find out more information again this is happening Saturday morning slash afternoon depending on your time zone on the weekend all right I got was Charlie Kirk he is the founder of turning point USA and we talk right before the first Democrat debates we talk a lot about what we expect will we will be watching and so on but also about conservatives among young people are there more conservatives who are young in this country that we even go and the answer is probably yes because in those voices are squelched they're basically threatening shutting up Charlie I appreciated how are you I'm doing great thanks so much for having me let me start this way I see you on on television all the time now dude your doing an absolutely incredible job you're very comfortable the facts are incredible there's a great energy to you I'm proud of of seeing your success great job with that well thank you so much that it means a lot and they're not really good couple years and you know we appreciate your support Miller seven it's back on you're terrific and growing radio program so thank you for the kind words were making it up like you are then a really great job I I love goes the fact that you guys don't take any golf I love that it's a youthful conservative movement your organization that tell you don't mind could you tell me or T. P. O. U. S. even came from turning point USA what what is was it your brain child by yeah I started it when I was eighteen years old at a Chicago Illinois and it's been seven years now and the organization that's ground over fourteen hundred high school and college campuses across the country and your focus is to educate the next generation around the values of free enterprise contribution limit government and American exceptionalism and it has been locked in a terrific during now as I mentioned with our campus president and our national event that we're doing in last week we are honored to post president of the United States that are event which shot you know was a really really great honor and opportunity so you know we're we're growing at every single turn on and you know if they were fighting for the soul of the next generation yeah but all of our country you know we were we were used to allow this generation to become in al lector socialist victims are being swindled by a false promises of Marxism and fell out with that we see a great a great opportunity but also a lot of work ahead of us you know to recapture the next generation around the ideas of freedom it's Charlie per god keep USA dot org makes you go the go follow him on a on Twitter is a good feature incredible is towards very strong people going following their also follow to a TV you essay on there when it comes to young people in this country what I found and I think that you found this as well is that yes they're indoctrinated yester getting be yes yes really getting left this stuff from a college college professors at a twelve to one liberal or conservative but if you have a conversation with them they'll listen you'll hear the other side and more times than not when given all the facts will come around and say well that's not the way that I feel at all I actually feel the way that you're saying are you finding that as well I am and I find that Barton far more than tons of not students are not inherently opposed ideas not expose them at all in the first place expect students don't even hear the other side and to know that even on the side right I think there's only one way of thinking and it's up to us to liberate the conversation and to give students in the at the the the opinions and the intellectual ammunition that they need to be able to understand that there's there's different types of locks the person out of just allow this Marxist world view and again I'll tell you that our organization fans stand firm around the ideas of America is an exceptional country here that needs to be preserved project in about hundred still it but it's really is there's a lot of danger coming out of our lecture hall there's a lot of danger that emanating from you know our universities and high schools and and our organization now president on fourteen hundred high school and college campuses and for your listeners that are curious the turning point USA after earlier and they want to engage your get involved and you know you one of our key kind of parameters that that whatever happens on college campuses will soon happen all the Congress right and what if you will which trained and they were molded on college campuses I mean their ideology came from campus you know a she was not a radical until she had campus and now you see what she's doing with that radicalism she totally changing the face of an empire American political party and with that you know that that the terms of the debate and build a fire on college campuses is critical the soul of our country and a lot of different ways will continue you are you know the dictate whether we're gonna look at a free society or one that is embracing very dangerous and ideas it is our Charlie cargo founder of turning point USA it you too to that point where people getting into getting involved in organizations like yours on college campuses about fifty miles away from where I sit is UT Austin and people all at UT Austin I in T. follow and and other radical leftist groups have said if you dare joing T. P. USA if you dare join turning point or another like minded conservative organization we're gonna docks you we're gonna expose you we're going to attack you at every turn that's scary it's scary talk Charlie and I think that some young people were seventeen eighteen nineteen years old are gonna say maybe I'm conservative and I'm gonna tell anybody yeah and I mean like this is a modern day like our public public character assassination happening here in India I mean that they're not being covered in the mainstream press but you have you have militant left wing organizations like a laugh conservative student and conservative groups if they dare think differently on this is a really dangerous trend and we saw this and obviously at Texas state university with you met your G. often or incoming freshmen are facing threats both physical intimidation band threats and threats of violence if they dare you know join a turning point USA conservative minded chapter I mean this is this is not a country does not the country that you know I I thought I lived in a crime yeah word word this is tolerated allowed where people that hold conservative views are going to live in danger and the press the press is different so horrible on that they refused to cover it and people which are the domestic care organization and the president seems that he's open to classifying them as such right time is a recent tweet which I fully and completely support and people which is a master terror organization of the paramilitary arm of the far left wing of the Democratic Party I didn't start at a restaurant planned people and FIFA has no case to me through the streets and keep ourselves up to our our event and the media basically doesn't cover it and could you imagine could you imagine if conservatives were doc thing liberal students could you imagine if conservatives would make America great again hat for chasing liberals the streets are protesting would be outraged existed beyond all of it existed to be all over cable television doesn't exist and that they have to vacate crimes like that a lot yeah you know you live in a great country you have to start making up a crime unfortunately there is real hate crimes happening up conservative and both of which I support this great president and will continue to expose them like you are Charlie Kerr he's got a new podcast called the Charlie Kirk shows last name is K. I. R. K. make sure you find a go follow him on Twitter and I'm sure that he's gonna update there when you can find the podcast I can't wait to go listen to them out when it comes to A. O. C. who you mentioned and and receded to leave Ben and I and you on Omar and and I I Anna Presley but really more focused on on a see when she says concentration camps when she says women or drinking at a toilets when she said she was physically and sexually threatened by a border patrol agent but you can get his badge number or his name try to see now that she's lying and and this you just try to gin up some trouble or do you think she really believes that stuff I mean I I I don't think I don't think that we have collectively cage you know these men on the next generation exactly the consequences of of lying in fact they believe in and that the ends justify the means so for her you want to get she once open borders she wants to create a scene so she applied openly about it yeah the media think Colorado Annika media doesn't cross examine her on it she just blatantly makes up these things and there's really no recourse and that that's too bad all right because you know she just gets away with absolute Paul search you get away with full complete fabrication I mean like you said kids are not drinking out of toilet things were totally fat fabricated and made up right and but for her it's all part of it's all part of the journey all part of the dark journey deconstruct America and that's really what the left one they want to deconstruct our country what then I encourage all of your listeners the look up the construction of them are you can look it up online I think you will get shot I think you'll get a very good picture of how and why you know that ideology is implemented and what it means I also covered extensively on my podcast Charlie Curcio thank you for mentioning it you bet anyone want to give me a subscriber it really helps out a lot yes go go and do that again follow him on Twitter you'll find out how to go and find the trolley car show I guess you can get it on all the podcast deliver a delivery systems as well but they'll look it up you'll find it and and also Charlie make sure you give me a link at all all tweeted as well not that my Twitter is as big as yours do it holy crap it's Charlie Kirk he's the founder of turning point USA so let's let's leave it on this the debates tonight I had to and you have to because what we do for a living we comment on what's happening politically and and then some we have to watch I would rather shut it off tonight but I'm not going to be able to we're going to see a bunch of his pandering we're gonna say and I saw you guys talk about that on television the other night was delirious they're gonna they're they're going to talk about how much they hate the country how race is the president is that Charlie Weis at a winning combination winning fear you're winning agenda for the left to constantly say how disgusting and horrible this country is the president is the White House is hold people like capric up on high and and denigrate people like Donald Trump who just simply loves the country why is it a winning strategy do you think why I don't think it is but they're trying to reshape the Democrat party and they lost that they used to be a party that had some semblance of you know on the hard working Americans are based union workers right editors carpenters not those are all not transporting Democrats a trump supporter publicans right I hope it stays that way hope Republican Party state the party of hard work and the party of middle class values that that's that's truly the party of Reagan and the party of Eisenhower in the party of Lincoln right I think the further away we get from the crowd the cosmopolitan leaders gender a gender the batter perfectly honest with you I think that's why Donald Trump is not some miraculous the successful but they're trying to reshape the party in their new bases non citizens lawbreakers and metropolitan Malibu in Manhattan elite care less about Montana Michigan for military and that's where they want to reshape our party we cater to small clusters of people that have very different problems from that of hard working Americans but instead would rather sit at home and do nothing and get stopped for basically for free and also to pander to the non citizens who came into our country lawless flick it is all happening because Donald Trump stole their base away and instead of trying to win back the pace are now trying to reshape the party and I think the works such.

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:23 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It's all right there also newsmax TV it's the job picture glad to have you here would like to have back to founder TPU essay it is of course Charlie corr Charlie how are you I'm doing great thanks so much for having me let me start this way I see you on on television all the time now dude your doing an absolutely incredible job you're very comfortable the facts are incredible there's a great energy to you I'm proud of of seeing your success great job with that well thank you so much that it means a lot and they're not really good couple years and you know we appreciate your support knowledge of an effect on your terrific and growing radio program thank you for the kind words about the like you are then a really great job I I love the the fact that you guys don't take any golf I love that it's a useful conservative movement your organization tell you don't mind could you tell me or T. P. O. U. S. even came from twenty point USA what what is was it your brain child but yeah I started it when I was eighteen years old I out of Chicago Illinois and it's been seven years now and the organization of ground over fourteen hundred high school and college campuses across the country and you know our focus is to educate the next generation around the values of free enterprise contribution limit government and American exceptionalism and it has been not been a terrific during now as I mentioned with our campus president and our national event that we're doing and last week we are honored to host a carton of United States but our event which shot no is a really really great honor and opportunity so you know we're we're growing at every single turn on and you know if they were fighting for the fall of the next generation but all of our country you know we're we're used to allow this generation to become you know the elected socialist victims that are being when the fire also promises of Marxism and so with that would be a great a great opportunity but also a lot of work ahead of us you know to recapture next generation around the idea of the freedom it's Charlie per god keep USA dot org makes you go the go follow him on a on Twitter is a decrease for incredible it's working very strong people don't follow America also follow to a TV USA on there when it comes to young people in this country what I found and I think you found this as well is that yes they're indoctrinated yester getting be yes yes really getting left this stuff from a college college professors at a twelve to one liberal or conservative but if you have a conversation with them bill listen you'll hear the other side and more times than not when given all the facts will come around and say well that's not the way that I feel at all I actually feel the way that you're saving are you finding that as well hi and I find that important by more than tons of not students are not inherently opposed ideas not expose them at all the first place expect students don't even hear the other side and they know that even on the side right I think there's only one way of thinking and it's up to us to liberate the conversation and to get students in the at the the the opinions and the intellectual ammunition that they need to be able to understand that there's there's different types of locks the person out of just electric Marxist world view and again I'll tell you that our organization fans firm around the ideals of America is an exceptional country yeah that need to be preserved for tech in about a hundred but it's really a there's a lot of pain you're coming out of our lecture hall but a lot of danger that emanating from you know our universities and high schools and and our organization now president on fourteen hundred high school and college campuses and for your listeners that are turning point USA earlier and they want to engage your get involved and you know you're one of our key kind of crime occurs is that whatever happens on college campuses will soon happen all of Congress right and what if you will which trained and they were molded on college campuses I mean their ideology came from campus he was not a radical until she had campus and now you see what you're doing with that radicalism she totally changing the face of an empire American political party and with that you know the the the terms of the debate so the fight on college campuses is critical the soul of our country and a lot of different ways will continue to you know the dictate whether we're gonna look at a free society or one that is very very dangerous ideas it is not a trolley cargo founder of twenty point USA it you too to that point where people getting it did getting involved in organizations like yours on college campuses about fifty miles away from where I sit is UT Austin and people all at UT Austin I in T. fought and and other radical leftist groups have said if you dare join T. P. USA if you dare join turning point or another like minded conservative organization we're gonna docks you we're gonna expose you we're going to attack you at every turn that's scary it's scary talk Charlie and I think that some young people were seventeen eighteen nineteen years old are gonna say maybe in conservative but I'm gonna tell anybody yeah and I mean like the modern day like public public character assassination happening here in not being covered in the mainstream press but you have you have militant left wing organizations like after conservative student and conservative groups if they dare think differently this is a really dangerous trend and we saw this and obviously at Texas state university with you met your G. often where incoming freshmen are facing threats both physical intimidation band threats and threats of violence if they they're going to turning point USA conservative minded chapter I mean this is this is not a country not a country that you know I I thought I live in a time where where this is tolerated the allowed where people level conservative views are going to live in danger the practice the proper defense so horrible on if they refused to cover it and people with your the domestic care organization and the president in the feet up in the classifying them as such right on his every complete which I fully and completely support and people went to the doctor Kerrigan nation of the paramilitary arm of the far left wing of the Democratic Party I didn't start at a restaurant planned people and people has no case need to the street and people showed up you are our event and the media basically doesn't cover it and could you imagine could you imagine if conservatives what doc thing liberal students could you imagine if conservatives would make America great again hat for K. thing liberal the streets are protesting the outrage exit that'd be on all of it existed to be all over cable television doesn't exist and that they have to vacate crimes like that a lot yeah you know you live in a great country other start making up a crime unfortunately there is real hate crimes happening up conservative and both of which I support this very problem and will continue to expose them like you are Charlie Kerr he's got a new podcast called the Charlie Kirk show was left is K. I. R. K. make sure you find a go follow him on Twitter and I'm sure that he's gonna update there when you can find the podcast I can't wait to go listen to them when it comes to A. O. C. who you mentioned and and refused to leave and and I and you on Omar and and I I Anna Presley but really more focused on on a or C. when she says concentration camps which she says women are drinking out of toilets when she said she was physically and sexually threatened by a border patrol agent but you can get as badge number or his name try this you know that she's lying and and issue just wanna jump some trouble or do you think she really believes that stuff I mean I I I don't think I don't think that we have but the recruits nothing on the next generation exactly the consequences of of lying in fact they believe in I am at the ends justify the means or for her you want to get you want open borders she wants to create a theme so she applied openly about it yeah the media think Colorado on of the media doesn't cross examine her on it she just blatantly makes up the thank them there's really no recourse and that that you that because you know she did get away with absolute Paul search you can play with full complete fabrication I mean like you thought were not drinking out of toilet things were totally fact fabricated and made up right and but for her it's all part of it's all part of the journey a part of their journey to deconstruct America and that's really what the left what they wanted to construct our country from within thank her daughter listeners the look up the construction of them are you can look it up online I think you will get stuff I think you'll get a very good picture of kind of how and why you know that ideology is implemented and what it means I also covered extensively on my podcast or show thank you for mentioning it anyone want to give me a subscriber it really helps out a lot yes go go do that again follow him on Twitter you'll find out how to go and find the trolley car show I guess you get it on all the podcast deliver a delivery systems as well but they'll look it up you'll find any and also Charlie make sure you give me a link at all all treated as well not to my Twitter is as big as yours dude holy crap it's Charlie Kirk is the founder of turning point USA so let's let's leave it on this the debates tonight I had to and you have to because what we do for a living we comment on what's happening politically and and then some we have to watch I would rather shut it off tonight but I'm not gonna be able to we're going to see a bunch of his pandering we're gonna say and I saw you guys talk about that on television and I was delirious they're gonna they're they're going to talk about how much they hate the country how race is the president is that Charlie Weis in a winning combination winning fear you're winning agenda for the left to constantly say how disgusting and horrible this country is the president is the White House is hold people like capric up on high end and denigrate people like Donald Trump who just simply loves the country why in a winning strategy do you think why I don't think it is but they're trying to reshape the Democrat party in a loss that they used to be a party to have some semblance of you know the hard working Americans are based union workers carpenters not those are all now transporting Democrats after forty Republicans right that hope it stays that way hope Republican Party state the party of hard work and the party of middle class values that's that's truly the party of Reagan and the party of Eisenhower in the party of Lincoln right I think the further away we get from the crowd the cosmopolitan elitist gender a gender the batter perfectly honest with you I think that's why Donald Trump is in some Iraqi look the successful but they're trying to reshape the party in a new base is non citizens lawbreakers and metropolitan Malibu in Manhattan elite fact care less about Montana Michigan for Missouri and that's where they want to reshape our party to cater to small clusters of people that have very different problems from that of hard working Americans but if that would rather sit at home and do nothing and get out for basically for free and also to pander to the.

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"A flow test test to tell you that the balls flying out of park and a and a crazy rate yeah well they need to do is go and look at the sink this seems on the baseball that they're a lot smaller than they were when I was right I mean why did you take a ball from from two thousand nineteen and look at a ball from two thousand and two thousand would you be able just tell him it would appear to say this ball feel different does one feels more slick the the the the whole career is is is is militants manipulating this this stitching to get the right grip to throw it if if if it's thicker awesome or or or thinner it's going to change everything and what when why can't they go back to every time the bed touches the dirt all we got to get rid of that for you know I'm glad you measure because I remember the stories about Whitey Ford and the ball was in the dirt health and how it though it back in because it was it was a little in old and a marquee he get a grip will he run and run the ball on his I shouldn't seem guards before you do it back but yeah you're right every ball in the dirt is thrown away why why you're right what what do you what happens to that bottle what I think they're all the was a Mike Scott against the Mets yeah everything was stopped and they're gonna make the ball dance like crazy yeah I always said if you raise the amount back up a vegetative would dominate more I wanted to be less injuries because I you know just seems like there's more injuries Tommy John problem now than it was ever before and I may have something to guy just real hard all the time without you'll pay for themselves but I mean that is that is that the the basic thing with the baseball is you can't look you know you you can't take a all fine a pitcher who's been around for like you know like CC is a perfect example give yeah give me a ball from when he was a rookie and give my ball today and let him tell you if you feel the difference I can tell you I'll guarantee you that help is with the one mile when I was over yeah yeah common sense now I meant all right good night I'm home from work for money I'm going to go make a pizza and have a couple of beers man man me when they beat me I just had something very simple and the I try to use common sense we're gonna have a flow test why don't you get the veteran pitchers get get CC get Freelander anybody is thirty five and older or you know and just say look this is the ball that you use when you started as a rookie fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen years ago whatever is the ball you're pitching with now going amount first of all that the field tests just feel the two I mean it would be funny put two walls in a bad bag trying to guess which one is the one was it was a rookie and which one is the one you pitch in with now now I'm sort of the way he'll be able to pick out the ones which would now because that's when you use it all the time but then then I'm going to mount and throw a fastball now and see the field did it come out of the hand the way you remember is this for like I can't get a grip so I'm just I'm throwing a spear it's no it's under the stitching is is is flatter no one of all the coming out of Haiti and they said I was sitting in the wrong isn't there a basic formula for a baseball I mean if if the let's say a baseball weighed an ounce has this to you that's a baseball a five ounce I don't know I feel it weighs but if this if the thread inspector would make the ball heavier right but if you put different stuff inside of it when that you could still balance it out that is the way the same but I'm wondering is isn't there a simple it it's this way is to put two ounces this waste two ounce of the I mean it's got to be a simple formula what a change it every year let's go to CJ in mount Holly CJ on the fan I right you know what for instance we read the will of the Wimbledon we chat with this we know it won't hi players with your feet the guard like the daily so I think that that we clover who's had good success a bit sweeter is that so that you know you clean years back when they lose sight of the stuff like that they will go on and I think she actually grand slam title I think she knew that part well the court this week yeah so I mean ed and we all want to I will want to break the record and I think it's just a question she can still dominate he just has to be in shape but as you get older you know it's hard to get in shape and you wonder how much effort you want to put into a bag I think he's got a good shot to win yeah the other pop wave yeah alright let's talk about the war yeah Tregian I would do the navy help you know all the preaching of the least problems with extremely games I would screw with location however despite the Levin and aggressive limit hi the kid was flooded so badly what do you think about that we see we see chemical keep call call it a tie yeah well we didn't do that you could play it would still call it that's what it's gonna be a part of their antics I think I would only what I would do I continue with the next day I mean I maybe fifteen innings of because we fifteen has a lot to it I think the biggest problem with winner also game is with with with could face but regular baseball games if it's tied after one I mean at at the nine nobody wants to picture going il est or nine innings in into an all star game because that does take it in as a way for what to do for the team yeah I just think you continue with the next day yeah that's local good idea all right there too and that is always been abolished but of the organization the hill one of their players but the fight was localytics DC contract review board yeah right I mean this is unbelievable that there is a student it does not stupidly inexact use of sport just sometimes you just out of control deals with the forty fund board is supposed to me I don't think I can think of is they they agreed to a contract and then they want to do a physical and then work out because I don't know what's wrong with him and and but they're still trying to work out something we still going to yeah I guess he's just not maybe like a football United Dion he can't play right now is physically on it unable to perform some maybe they have the figures come back down the road but yeah you would you know that you know you see how much interest is put in a Kevin Durant's Achilles they got a follow that like a with a fine tooth comb and you sign in ball play you hope to be rid of this and ready to go yeah well I know getting to know RG Barry you know what yeah the speed of the game you know what this is not like how to leverage decent shooter with college the pace is so much faster and the FBI shop works quickly I'm trying to stop the flow would be two to three years before thought the velvet point shot thank you go to thirty five forty percent for the year yeah look he's and I think his problem is it is the adjustment you so used to driving to the hoop and yet you know you this is a jump shot shooting league and and and you know that's what he has to develop and you're not going to develop that in half a season you know if the takes a while eight seven seven three two seven sixty six fifty six to forty in the morning time between twenty Harris out.

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Seventy two hundred seven three says the police are facing a no win situation. It's fact that criminals are let go and put the blame squarely on the state's attorney. But the question I have here is that the state's attorney and I know there's a lot of, of that law enforcement is, is really putting a push on, on state stern, but she ran on this idea. And the seems like the voters of Cook County resounding -ly voted for her to do this, this sort of reform of political of the state's office, and to think about how we do restorative Justice and other things as opposed to just putting kids and jail. So how do you reconcile that? I mean, there's the idea that you were talking about this idea that there is this need to change the way, the criminal Justice system. Works in general was going be a dialogue between the states turn in the police, and they've got to come to an agreement. And sure, do we want young kids that, that did something in school being locked up? No. But we wanna guide us out here shooting, and sticking up people in sellin dope. Yes. We want him locked up. So there's that middle ground. They have to find work with that. We've seen a couple of instances in the last last couple of weeks of violent crimes perpetrated by younger kids. We're talking fifteen fourteen years old. And you're seeing it, whether it be carjackings or armed robberies things that, and I guess the question I have for you, as you're seeing is that just the is that a criminal underworld and, and gangs in Chicago being savvy to know that the rules that apply to juveniles are different than apply to adults wire, fourteen or fifteen year old kids running around, with guns being able to stick people up nearly willing. In most cases you hit it right on the head the gangs. No that a fourteen fifteen roller is going to have a much different day in court than a seventeen eighteen nineteen year old hard gang. Bangers done time entry. So they'll use that, and they'll also make the kids, do something like that to join the gang. Hey, if you want to join the Geico car Jake, somebody fill your vantage point of, of having to battle gangs, and battle city Chicago crime, both from your position where you're at now. But also, you know, as Chicago police superintendent crime, commission all the way down the line. How is it changed because I've heard this story told to me by people who might be at the university level or other people might be investigating Chicago crime, that gangs have changed that we no longer have these hierarchies that we no longer have the same sort of structures that may have been place. When you were superintendent that if I split off and now these kids are almost in the wild wild west. Well, they call them cliques now where you could have five different cliques, and two black area, and they may be from the same gang or may be different gangs. And there's no longer they're not shooting each other. Because they're being ordered to from the tap, this is just on their own. They're doing it. And they think it's cool to do it and there's nobody in the penitentiary. No, godfather. That's telling the gangs. Okay, do this, and you're gonna give a hundred percents. That'd be, and none of this happens in fact, when those guys come back to the street. Those kids were babies when these guys went away. They'll end up shooting them where pay them a tribute. How hard is that make it for police for, for Intel for relationships when you're not dealing with a structure instead you're dealing with just straight up lawlessness? It's harder to, to enforce the laws against that. Because when you hit a higher hierarchy in the gang, you got informants, you get somebody up, there was telling you, here's the word that's coming down. You're able to prevent stuff when these things are all on the spur of the moment, and they walk down the street and somebody looks at the wrong way and they've fire, it's, it's much harder to sell those type of crime and makes the job of police officer much harder. And I would assume obviously with the way that policing has changed. The because there isn't this, this, this big model, this idea of gang that you're that you're chasing, Senator chasing the fourteen and fifteen year old kid, you can kind of understand why there is this discord between communities and police because they're no longer is this. I don't know this, this regulated way to go about it. It's almost I think about war zones where when there's wars, not fought the way war has been fought in the past. We saw that in the history of the United States, America. Whether it be Vietnam. Our revolutionary war becomes more difficult to fight crime when the crime has changed, and therefore, it's gotta make the job of the beat cop, the person who's on the street. And some of these affected areas almost impossible. It is and the cab history, who's the good kids in the neighborhood. Who's the bad kids neighborhood and treat mcchord Bingley? I think you're seeing a lot less steps by the police today, and that equaling more guns on the street because when the cops were stopping. Kids and getting guns off of them. Then the word got out there. Hey, be careful out. Stop and people tonight, staff and gang bangers today. You don't have that no guns is a great point. There was a there was some gun control measures that were going through Springfield this last session. They didn't get through if you listen, any politician, talk, they'll talk about the flow of guns coming in from the state of Indiana and other places that have have lax gun restrictions is a direct has a direct impact on. What's happening in Chicago? You see it that way, from your perch, well, used to be half of our guns came from suburban gun shops, and the other half came from Indiana and Mississippi. So they're right. Those are two states that a lot of kids from here would go down there, find somebody down there to, to buy five guns and then come back up north with them. The days of kids breaking into a house and getting a gun and using that as their crime. They buy the best guns. They have they all have glocks and much higher. Prior prior power rifles us out on the street. So yeah, and I guess, you know, for I think about it, and how do you stop? It is just is just trying to cooperate with the governments and the, the lawmakers to change the gun laws, a how to police stop this, this flow, because here different stories that it's, it's easier to get a gun on the street than than say drug than an marijuana something like that. I mean you have to look at best practices, and other towns and other states and see what they're doing, and who's having success and adapt those things here. That's what we did. When I was Hooper, we had a lot of success by doing that film last question before I let you go just the, the police reform, we're talking about the consent decree and mayor Lightfoot is behind the consent decree. And this, this concept of, of reform Chicago police department where do you stand on? On police reform as it sort of playing out in the courts federal courts right now. I think you have to look at what parts of the reform reform means more training and best practices and things like that. I'm off work if it's going to handcuff to police that I'm going to be against Phil Klein, the former Chicago police superintendent. And of course, he is the executive director at the Chicago police memorial foundation. We were talking about the lotto ticket, partnering with the lotto to have one ticket. That's that you can get. That's the police memorial foundation ticket that gives to the hundred percent of the proceeds to not just your foundation. But others that help with families of fallen officers work. We find out more info about that. Go to see PD memorial that, Oregon like you said this lottery ticket is for the whole state. It's not just for polices for the whole state and father's day's coming up. What a great gift. There you go fill the thanks for coming in. You just. All right. We'll straight to the news here we come back. We'll talk with Kevin Powell about the White Sox. Fascination with the right handed first baseman. It's part of our legacy..

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on WJR 760

"Gordon. They were just sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen years old, they were kids today. We saw them battling. Old age of battling the infirmities that come with being ninety years old, just as valiantly as they battle, the Germans on that beach shed seventy five years ago today, talking about the amazing veterans who took part in the seventy fifth anniversary commemoration of the beginning of the liberation of Europe from Nazi tyranny. And these are great moments to celebrate our history and our contribution in World War Two and the best place to do that. Are the living forums were that history comes alive? And that's why we wanted to press pause for a moment here and talk to Ronnie Cyrus UIs with the Michigan heroes museum in Frankenmuth, and Roddy. I assume you've got a chance to see some of the events from Normandy today. We do we're celebrating the day, all day today to Michigan heroes museum in Frankenmuth. We're open till eight pm tonight, some subject matter experts, as well as some hist. Torian and we've got a couple gentlemen, dressed up in period. Character. Kerridge address to, to show, what these what these men what Tom Brokaw up as the greatest generation went through on that day seventy five years ago today. They defined greatness they absolutely define greatness, Ronnie. And, and when you look at, you know. We're so used to now, the the, the guided bombs in these, these incredibly technical munitions this was not that time these guys in many cases because they were in radio. Silence. Couldn't be alerted to the bad weather. They were heading into if there was a drop that went badly, they couldn't be alerted to that. And yet, they just kept coming by air and by sea, and it truly is a tale of extreme valor. It is. And I think of today, I think of men like your father guy in my grandfather, who came into over over those beaches that day, Omaha Utah, gold sword and Juno beach on that day seventy five years ago, my grandfather. Glue over that beach, and a glider pilot managed to survive. They're only seven glider pilots survived that day. And I think the resolve that goes men had this morning. I wrote a note in, if you don't mind love to share it with you. I o please do. I sit in silence in, I think the horrors that those young men faced seventy five years ago, this day, I hope for a day, that young men will see through the eyes of the old nor wise men in realize that there's always a better way. But when great violence is required. I also pray that there will still be those willing to do great violence on behalf of those who cannot defend themselves. And I think of men like your father again, in my grandfather, and all those men that went before us, during that during that exercise of great victory in it, just it even today, seventy five years later in a world that I live in, I retired from the military eighteen months ago, I retired from the army. And I continue to serve today's transition assistance visor for Michigan. And I still well up with tears. When I think of the sacrifices that the young men forever nineteen years old made so that you and I can have a better tomorrow. Only extent of the casualties, just to the concentration of. The sacrifice that happened within just a few hours, Ronnie is, is mind. Blowing talk to me about your grandfather, one of only seven glider pilots to survive. But they knew as they were piloting that glider, and they were told beforehand that their chances of survival were next to none. And yet they still went they still got those planes and they went and it's just it's just amazing to think of the resolve about in the steel, you know, we talk in the military today steel sharpened steel, and you think of the absolute selfless service, the selflessness that it took for these young farm boys from in from from farm, boys boys that grew up in industrial towns. These were all boys. Let's face. These were eighteen nineteen twenty twenty one year old by all means today, children guy, and yet, they put on that uniform, they became men, they trained steel sharpens steel, and they walked into the unknown to fight an injustice that this world had never known before. And. Sorry, ready to cut you off there. And I also assume that you're going to be discussing with these historians when you have that many troops that many ships that many see forty-sevens coming in with paratroopers that many gliders the coordination the engineering of warfare that had to go on in preparation for operation overlord is amazing..

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

09:23 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Live. It's Mark with you. And Melanie, you can call in and talk about whatever you want. We were talking about some report previously that says that millennials value politics over good sex on dating sites or something like that. And I think we've pretty much talk that one to death. Obviously, we talked about the the the Miller report that's on people's minds these days, I guess, I'm unsurprised by the whole thing. But I've got an article here from the BBC, and this is somewhat related to what we were just talking about says people don't become adults until their thirties. Scientists say have you ever been told to grow up in your twenties or you need an excuse as to why still find cat videos on the internet? Really funny. I find cat videos on the internet funny. You can pay your bills and also at cavity. Yes. You can do that. Well, now, you might have. Official reason as to why you're not acting like a mature adult people don't become fully adult until they're in their thirties. According to brain scientists. I don't know really sound like something a brain scientist would say. The prior to this. They were saying things like twenty-five that I remember twenty five when I was eighteen they were like you. We hate you because you're not twenty five eight you to then. And then when I turned twenty five they're like, oh, we like you now is like f off. Currently, let's see people don't become fully adult until their thirties. Currently the UK law states, you become mature adult reached the age of eighteen. Eight. Hey creates you probably great. You contractual rights. Yes. Can sit the right to leave your parents house. I. Is not state that you become a mature adult at AG delicatessen, scientists who studied the brain and nervous system say the age at which you become an adult is different for everyone. Well that sounds accurate. I don't think anyone would disagree research suggests people age eighteen are still going through changes in the brain which can affect behavior and make them more likely to develop mental health disorders, professor Peter Jones from Cambridge University said. Your brain scientists you must be right. Otherwise, why would we be talking about here? What we're really saying? Is that have a definition of win you move from childhood to adulthood looks increasingly absurd. I would agree with that. It's a much more nuanced transition that takes place over three decades, I guess systems like the education system, the health system in legal system. Make it convenient for themselves by having definitions when you reach eighteen you can vote by alcohol get a mortgage negative. Can't what's that? You can't buy alcohol at eighteen. Oh, this is a BBC. Okay. And they're also treated as an adult if you get in trouble by the police, which is pretty important, right? We it's here in the United States. So what they'll do is is that your juvenile unless you can meet what they call an adult crime. And then they'll charge you as an adult. But if you're over the age of eighteen they never would like you get caught spray painting. They're not going to charge you as a juvenile because it's juvenile crime. I've never seen any state that works that way. What do you mean? So they usually have cut off. And then there's also usually arranged where they can argue about it. So it's like okay well at seventeen year and adults and from ten to seventeen or juvenile unless we deem you and adults, right? Well, how can you juvenile and adult? Because they feel like it. I mean, basically. Yeah. Allegedly. They have to prove that you had the mental abilities of an adult, which how could they possibly do that? Everybody knows that fourteen year olds don't have the mental capabilities of adults. I mean, it's it frankly, ludicrous, let's see going on despite this professor Jones says he believes experienced criminal. Judges recognize the difference between a nineteen year old defendant and a hardened criminal in their late thirties ethic. Typically true, I think the system is adapting to what? Well, there's plenty of people who are in prison at least in the Florida state prison system who committed a crime when they were sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen years old who will never see the light of day. So. Yes. And I'm not advocating for the criminal system. But I think that overall judges will be like, okay. Well, you're nineteen versus I've seen you five times. You're thirty quit doing judges made made note that difference, but judges really don't have much sway in sentencing anymore, and the one in in the cases that they do they're incentivized to give or at least at some point. In the recent past were incentivized to give a heavier sentences rather than light ones. I mean, you know, the the Florida system went from a gametime time system where people would do ten percent of the time. They were given to a to a system where they had to do eighty five percent like that doesn't solve crime. That's just a reaction to a bad legal system already inefficient legal system. Anyway, going on here. By the way, if a if a young lady has sex at fourteen or something whether she's an adult or a kid doesn't change the consequences of her actions. You know, whether you decide whether she's an adult or decide whether she's a kid doesn't change those consequences. She's still going to have to deal with the pregnancy. I think the system is adapting to what it's what's hiding in plain sight, the people don't like the idea of a Caterpillar turning into a butterfly. He said, I don't know what that means. There isn't a childhood then in adulthood, people are on a pathway there on a trajectory Jones is one of a number of experts who are taking part in a neuroscience meeting hosted by the academy of Medical Sciences and Oxford. Yeah. I mean, this seems like pretty clear statements. Melania? You're you're above the age of thirty right? Yes. So did you think at twenty five you were thinking the same as you are now? No. And I don't think I'll be thinking the same am in five years that I am now. That's just a statement that people progress it doesn't have anything to do with when you're not in adults. Well, I don't know. I mean, I I tend to have always sort of accepted this notion that people become adults at about twenty five like, you know, the the stuff that's going on prior to twenty five looks a lot like not adulthood, and the I'm not saying you should be able to make your own decisions or anything like that. It just doesn't look like what I would call adulthood, obviously, you're responsible for your actions. You're responsible for your actions. Whether you've hit eighteen or not. There's not much evidence that you're not you're going to walk out in front of a bus. It doesn't matter if you're twelve or thirty three. So if you're going to say that eighteen year olds or less experienced than twenty five year olds will. Yeah. Obviously, that's true. To me. The more relevant question is does it still benefit you to have someone else? Controlling your life, and in a incredibly, small subset of people who are all tra- wealthy. That is probably the case for the overwhelming majority of humans on earth. It does not benefit you at eighteen twenty four sixteen to still have somebody who can tell you that you can't have a job move out in cereal for for lunch. If that's what you wanna do. I find it interesting that eighteen year olds are considered you know, that honestly unprepared for the world. And and people do consider that. I do I certainly believe that we don't give them the right to drink, but they can sign a contract that puts them in the military for six years. They can sign a contract that puts them into debt for college for a hundred thousand dollars. I mean, these are some pretty serious. Situations that we allow eighteen year olds to get into. And I kind of feel like they're being preyed upon in many cases by people who are not eighteen who are helping them in these circumstances. Now, why would agree with you that? Yeah, you probably don't need a lot of people making decisions for you. Or whatever. You know, when you're eighteen you're you're the best person to make decisions, but that doesn't make you good at it. It's all these people aren't is kind of. It's kind of like comparing what we have to some a theory all utopia you have to compare what you have to what the alternative is. He's people aren't all going to college over the objection of their parents. They're going to college. Most of the time at the strong suggestion of their parents, their parents, the guidance counselors, their teachers, I mean, the whole systems stacked against you would wanna do not you personally, what somebody who doesn't think you're an adult until thirty would want to do is say, okay, not only. Now. Can they suggest you go get.

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"James ramadan. Louis. What's up, but some change? I don't. Payment. I just wanted to call in and get bogus back just a little bit. I do get his point on people bagging on LeBron all the time. I think every time I turn on the radio. It seems like if some story about how lebrons a bag. So I mean, I get that whole thing that the bogus was saying. And the other thing is too. Could you imagine if MJ had Twitter from the time he was like sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen years old? And by the time he was in his twenties and thirties that kind of crap he'd be tweeting. The most competitive during the world, it could it could be that whole thing. I I have a point on that in a second James. But I gotta say like I the whole thing about Michael about Michael about the LeBron James and value turn on radio. Hip. People bash them a lot. Well, you as you know, Jay, I'm sure you know, this. He, you know, he enables that like he you know, when you understand that. Because it's social media. Everyone has the opportunity to say look at me look at me. He's not the only person that saying look. The only person. But now, so I'm supposed to take him seriously last night where he tells me that passing Michael is just as meaningful as winning titles. Come on. No, no. I I get you there. Now, I mean, but that's where you're talking out of both sides of your mouth. I mean, he can't be doing that. Where you? Why does everyone say Mike being Mike when Michael Jordan was this kind of crap? And you know, but. Everybody says that's just the same. Oh, Mike and Mike. Well, I mean you're talking about. Embarrassed himself in the hall of fame speech. I'm not gonna defend Michael for that one. That was the L where he's talking about. He felt bad for his kids. I mean that was an embarrassing speed say got when he got to the to the Basketball Hall of fame disagree without disagree. However, LeBron doesn't need to promote himself before the game. James? Did you have a problem with that before the game that he did that like we went off about this? Did that was a problem for you? I mean, he he is he's so he's definitely. I'm a big LeBron and my daughter loves him. But this year has been a harder year for me to root for the guys just answering. Please please answer though, bro. I think he's saying he doesn't bother me because I don't I'm not on Twitter. So it to me, I didn't even know. He did it. I wouldn't give a crap if you guys were talking about it. Okay. How about this? How about how about LeBron after a Lakers loss? Sending out an Instagram post congratulate this year. The second but hold on a second. After after he became I think the third player all time to set like an assistant point, Mark. Does that mean I poison message to be dead after your team Lewis at the time he played, but he didn't have to. James? I'm Jay he might who knows. We don't know that I get I think we both get your question. What you're asking. James if Michael Jordan at Twitter back, then I know when I was in my prime. There was no Twitter. I think about that a lot with guys, but my business how it would have been on Twitter. How I would have been on Twitter when I was in my private, I wouldn't I couldn't tell you. I don't I I don't know. I don't know if Michael Jordan would do that James all the knows his Twitter. Now does Instagram now does Facebook now, obviously, these guys all need to utilize it need do self promoters. They're building their brand we all understand that. But to tweet before game James what he did was not you're right. You're right. But if Michael Jordan's got the balls to go up in blouse, everybody at his hall of fame speech. What do you think he would be doing on Twitter? I get it home at midnight. So. James? We're thinking like imagine if well maybe just maybe by Kel Jordan, did that that that hall of fame thing was after his career, maybe doors quit. He might not have done that James. You'll know that not Musto. No doubt. You're right. I don't know that. But I'm just saying I'm a big MJ fan. I grew up in the Arab MJ by. I mean everyone's needs to call him. Dallas will look rock rock. That's why I turned the radio off and put it on music, though. Oh. James? We appreciate local talent. Morning. Music. But here's but here's the deal. Here's the deal. I it's not a case of it's nobody's above reproach. Everyone could get criticized. This is not a case of LeBron James radio every single day. We're we're extolling the virtues and the brilliant. Do you want me to tell you how emotional I was? I was sleeping you want to know the story when LeBron past Michael s I it had little to no impact on my life because I knew was a fate accompli. I knew it was going to happen. I knew unless some injury happened a new we all news going to score fifteen points. But everyone could get criticized what did you talk about the guy to have to? We don't even spend. I mean, we don't even spend this much time James as.

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on KGO 810

"Same using almost the same exact language. So it's it's quite humorous to to watch as an terrific at the same time because everyone knows what Pakistan is. Doing and no one was willing to do anything. What what can we expect once the US, and I like TOMS words a deal evacuates Afghanistan? What can we expect from Pakistan and Pakistan's willingness to tolerate these groups? Oh, I think Pakistan's willingness to tolerate these these groups goes on changed. And if anything these groups are in Bolton and some of the the brakes that have been put on on them will be released to continue to conduct attacks is throughout the south and central Asia. Because one of Pakistan has learned through all of this is that it's sponsorship of terrorist groups, we'll go unpunished, so it could continue to use this tactic as a foreign policy tool, and the Afghan Taliban now that they can anticipate the US withdrawal will that change their tactics? Bell in your measure, for example, they've been operating largely. From this chart since two thousand seven in the north will they moved to say the parts of the country. They no longer penetrate like Harare or north to Mazari Sharif. So yeah, I expected the tap or the Afghan Taliban to conduct operations in areas, particularly some areas in in the west and in central Afghanistan, like gore province, they've been Taliban activities in Harare Indies in core and places like that. But I would expect the Taliban insurgency to be embolden and for them to take to continue operations or to expand their operations throughout all of Afghantistan. They claim the Taliban claims it doesn't seem to take over all of Afghantistan. That's their words. We know. That's not true the Taliban seeks to take control of the country. So in its public statements that it use it self as the legitimate Representative the Afghan people, and it will install an Islamic regime that. Of the Islamic. I'm rid of Afghanistan. That's the name of its government before it was overthrown by the United States after nine eleven. So I, you know, people that say that they'll be peace once the US leaves Afghanistan. The war will only get bloodier. I would expect suicide attacks carried out by the Taliban to increase I would expect the Taliban to be less reticent to kill civilians as they are now because they're putting on a show for for the West End for the Afghan people in order to to to try to claim that there's some kind of moderate group when everyone knows they're not Bill Roggio of the foundation for the defense of democracy. Whereas the senior fellow Tom Joscelyn also a senior fellow at the FDA, they keep with their colleagues, the long war journal, which is a very careful chronology of the war with the names of the groups that have entered into it these seventeen eighteen nineteen years of the US participation in fighting, the Taliban and all the attendant names. Good heavens. There's our interactive charter you can scan. Down about all the gangs have shown up in these last seventeen years. I'm John Batchelor prior to the evacuation..

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"End in central Afghanistan. Like gore province, they've been Taliban activities in Harare in in these in gore places like that, but I would expect the Taliban insurgency to be emboldened and for them to take out to continue operations were to expand their operations throughout all of Afghantistan. They claim the Taliban claims it doesn't seem to take over all of Afghanistan. That's their words. We know. That's not true the Taliban seeks to take control of the country. It said so in its public statements that it's us itself as the legitimate Representative of the Afghan people, and it will install an Islamic regime that of the Islamic government of Afghanistan, that's the name of its government before it was overthrown by the United States after nine eleven. So I, you know, people that say that they'll be peace once the US leaves Afghanistan. The war will only get lot of your. I would expect suicide attacks. Carried out by the Taliban to increase I would expect the Taliban to eat less reticent to kill civilians. They are now because they're putting on a show for for the West End for the Afghan people in order to to try to clean that. There's some kind of moderate group when everyone knows they're not Bill Roggio of the foundation for the defense of democracy, right is a senior fellow Tom Joscelyn also senior fellow at the FDA, they keep with their colleagues the long war journal, which is a very careful chronology of the war with the names of the groups that have entered into it these seventeen eighteen nineteen years of the US participation in fighting, the Taliban and all the attendant names could heavens. There's a interactive charter you can scan down about all the gains that have shown up in these last seventeen years. I'm John Batchelor prior to the evacuation. This is the John Batchelor show..

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"But when you look deeper into the two rounds of the draft fewer and fewer of American ballplayers get getting traffic why? Because general managers now use the crush that they're not as professionally developed. Because they haven't been playing the game as long right professionally and also they take the international player because if they're not ready initially instead of putting them in the G league, they sign them. Instead, they can drop them stash him up see of these guys you even see or hear fun. So this is one of my challenges that I continue, and I'm talking to young American born players as y'all got to get your weight up because the game is starting to phase American warm players out when it can't look no further than mar anglin current. He flat out came out and said if I was gonna see if I could choose American born players will have to go overseas, it your seasoning. And then come back talk about that. And there's no question. Jay in my mind. Listen, most of the not to say, listen Joel Embiid from America, we get all of that along with a plethora of other players. But when you see Luca Danni, and you see Kristaps Porzingis, and you see some of these other guys. I mean, let's face reality. And not just players from Europe. They're also white plays from Europe as well. And when you consider when you consider what's transpiring in the United States of America, there are sometimes I find myself looking at the NBA landscape wondering about the ratio demographics and the racial dynamics of it all. But also wash it they get an wash it. They get a professional hit star. That's really what it is. So it's Ryan who was like he's ready outta high school to enter the draft. He and his family should have that had the chili just like Luke dodges has the choice. They're poor Luca Danni. This would not be tweeting. Go play in Europe. Right. Even though he's been Europeans entire life. Got a chance to pay professionally fourteen fifty six seventeen eighteen nineteen years old. Of course, he's going to say that because he didn't have to go through the system, and we all know what way. Way to go through the system. You're only. The NBA can have a free firm system called the NCAA. Yeah. But guess what? The free form system known as the NC double A NC NCWA, isn't of the quality of euro league play, according to many scarring, I've spoken to so essentially kon-shik is more prepared for the NBA because the euro league is considerably tougher. They college basketball, and you ready for this day and the rules are more uniform think about this. I'm a father of a charter highschool, and I look around I'm like, wait a minute high school kids still plan without a shot clock. Okay. So they have different rules in highschool thirty two minutes per game..

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"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen eighteen nineteen years" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Toss me another story has nothing to do with it speech. I didn't watch. We'll hear something that you'll love Facebook will not well now Alette will now tell me what I love, you know, you millennials. This is how you're always on the internet. This viral video will make you smile all day. Don't tell me how I'm gonna react to something before. I see it just give me the information, sir. Facebook will now let anyone removed messages from their chat history on master. And everyone's loving it. Oh, is that what is the internet? I don't know what that means. Well, I guess it was a ten minute lag. What it means is you're what if you're going back and forth. There's gonna be ten minutes in between every before they see it. And then ten minutes for you. See it. We're going backward. Now, you see this like messages used to take a long time. Some people didn't know a war was over three months until the until the message that was on the steamship got over to the other continent. Now, we're building in ten minutes. But this is a bad idea. Because if you want to get better. With logic. Your arguments thinking putting forth arguments. Opinions you have to be slapped down. Now, the problem now is nobody accepts when they're slapped down. And learns how to do it better. As far as debate goes or social media having opinion or messaging somebody and with an opinion, this is making life too, soft you stupid, impulsive, knee jerk. Reactions to things. Need to get out there. So the other person can go. Hey, hey, whoa. And then you learn the next time around I'll build in ten minutes before I do a knee jerk reaction to well looks like that you can actually deleted at any time. So that means that on you can change your record on the wall. It's going to become the year of screen shots. Then after that reach out what they sent you, especially if you simply you might not be going back and forth and something may not be deemed bad, and you know, until you decide to run for office for years later, then you go into delete, delete, delete delete and you're changing history. And you're not learning anything. When you're seventeen eighteen nineteen years old. Jared. I don't know if you've dealt with this you certainly deal with it with me. Sometimes I'd have opinions that'd be it up in a crowded room. And I'm Bob, blah, blah, blah, blah. And then somebody who knew so much more than me would just spanked me right in front of everybody. And it was embarrassing at the time. But it taught me the mistake I made and I would put that in my back pocket. Get a little bit.

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