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Supreme Court Political Hackery Revealed in Sam Alito's Rome Speech

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:22 min | Last week

Supreme Court Political Hackery Revealed in Sam Alito's Rome Speech

"This political hacked Ness goes all the way up to the Supreme Court. I guess there's a new low, but Sam Alito is she wrote about Sam Alito went to Rome to correct some jokes after overturning roe. He said apparently Sam Alito went to Rome and let his free flag by guaranteeing he is now known internationally as a head. Yeah, this is him. Here we go. I had the honor, this term of writing, I think, the only Supreme Court decision in the history of that institution that has been lambasted by a whole string One of these was former prime minister Boris Johnson. But he paid the price, what really wounded me was when the Duke of Sussex addressed the United Nations and seemed to compare the decision whose name may not be spoken with the Russian attack on Ukraine. Wow. The crisis test has Boris Johnson and Trudeau. I mean, now he's admitting it. I mean, it's out in the open now. You've got a Supreme Court, the majority of whom are conservative hacks. Right. And we'll deliver for all the people who and Sheldon White House is right about this and he's been right about this for three years now. He's delivering for their donors the same way a congressman would.

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James Caan, Oscar nominee for 'The Godfather,' dies at 82

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

James Caan, Oscar nominee for 'The Godfather,' dies at 82

"Actor James Caan has died at the age of 82 according to his manager a cause of death was not given I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career We don't discuss business at the table When things would get tense during the making of The Godfather James Caan used to drop his pants and moon the cast and crew aside from playing Sonny Corleone Khan was also known for the movie's elf Rollerball Mickey blue eyes and Brian's song Please don't do it When he was cast as the bedridden author Paul Sheldon in misery he told reporters in 1990 it was impossible to stay still It was rob Linus statistic joke She said let's get the most hype of guy we know And put him in a bed and tell him he can't move

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'Young Sheldon' Re-Run Did Better Ratings Than Jan. 6 Hearing on CBS

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | 2 months ago

'Young Sheldon' Re-Run Did Better Ratings Than Jan. 6 Hearing on CBS

"Don't believe any of the lies about the ratings. And here's a cold, hard fact. Take one of the networks that went wall to wall. With the ridiculous opening night of Liz Cheney's Broadway debut. GBS preempted a dopey shit come Young Sheldon? To carry the January 6th hearing? Do you know that by the numbers now? They had more ratings for a rerun of Young Sheldon the week before than they did the night of the January 6th public hearing. A Young Sheldon rerun beat Liz Cheney's theatrical masterpiece. 19 20 million people were reporting across all the platforms. That's the total combined number? And they watched it wall to wall except Fox News. 19 20 million. Sounds like a lot of people, right? Do you remember Joe Biden State of the Union? Don't worry, nobody does. Because nobody cared, nobody was really paying attention. That drew 38 million viewers. So Biden's completely unmemorable State of the Union, double the ratings of Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger, theatrical tour de force.

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"sheldon" Discussed on Asian American History 101

Asian American History 101

06:59 min | 3 months ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Asian American History 101

"You're listening to Asian American history one O one, a podcast about Asian American history from generally known historical happenings to the deeper cuts that we don't hear about in school, where your hosts, Jen and Ted, the daughter and father team. Welcome to season two episode 24. It's another midweek interview. Today we are sharing a conversation with chef Sheldon Simeon. We want to state that all of our conversations with amazing people are special in different ways. In this one, we get to integrate our passion for food, which is exciting. Sheldon Simeon was born in hilo Hawaii and acquired his love for cooking from his family, both his mom and dad were memorable cooks in different ways. From hilo high, he moved on to the culinary institute of the Pacific and an internship at Disney World, where he continued to learn. Simeon's career accelerated after attending the Maui culinary academy and gaining recognition in competition and at aloha mixed plate. Fun fact, he met his future wife Janice while working at Disney World. His balanced mix of innovation and tradition continued to push the boundaries of Hawaiian food in both refined and deeply comforting familiar ways. It's also helped him establish his culinary identity and get to the finals of top chef twice where he won the fan favorite both times. Culinary accolades followed his head chef roles and various restaurants he's opened, including nominations and wins from James beard food and wine, star chef and so many more. Chef Simmons current restaurant tin roof is a mom and pop eatery in kahului in Maui. We hope you enjoy the interview. First of all, we're so excited to have you on the show because we're huge fans of food and have followed your career and are huge fans of you. All right, on red. Yeah, I'm a huge fan of food myself. Good partnership. So let's start at the beginning. We've read that you had an internship at Disney World and also attended the culinary institute of the Pacific and the Maui culinary academy, but who inspired you to create with food before that. Well, my family is food was at the highest respect. Right out the womb. Celebrated celebrated with food. It was a way to celebrate. It's also a way that we got disciplined by our parents and all of that, but food is at its utmost highest respect in my family that come from amazing cooks. My dad probably still, the best chef I know, not for the fact that he's technical, whatever. I've never seen anyone eat his food and be like sad or bummed out. You know, he has that he has that hand so to say when he creates something, it brings people together and for me as the type of food that I want to create. My mom was amazing cook and yeah, that's all we talk about in my family surrounded by food my whole life. Continuing on. That's great. We're the same way in many ways. I'm a chef, by the way. But my daughter, genevieve, she's always been my sous chef whenever I do events like catering and we had our food business. So it's kind of fun. Yeah, I mean, that's the reason of having four kids is labor cost for reasons. It's sort of straight into the restaurant. No, it's awesome. I have my kids and know they're always around. And they all have a love for food. And they're definitely chef kids. I feel bad when they go to a restaurant and they don't let they let their facial features in there. Express how they like their food. They have opinions on food for sure. And your daughter looked really excited when she was getting her first knife. Yes. My daughter Quinn, she knows she's always in the kitchen. Constantly cooking up and she knows what media analysis everything she wants, you know, and TikTok and all of that kind of stuff. It's like gets her encouraging to do stuff. And yeah, I love it. I love seeing my kids cook. I would love to see them clean. Also, but they're in there. They're definitely cooking. Yeah. So your experiences in top chef resulted in trips to the finals, two people's choice selections, you've also been nominated as an up and coming chef previously and the best chef from various groups, including the James beard people. And your restaurants as well, getting awards as best new restaurant or best restaurant on Maui. What are these recognitions mean to you? Oh man, you know, getting accolades is awesome. And being recognized for our efforts and it's just when we open the Russia, we want to be a part of the community. And that's my whole thing is like being integrated into our community and giving back in that way. It's like, I think that Hawaii is amazing, special place. And in order to live here, you have to be give back to the land. So to say, right? And no, it's just me doing my part in representing Hawaii, the place that I love. This is truly Paradise. Are people are amazing. Our food and our history and all of that is all these layers that I just continued to represent through my food. And I guess it gets recognized, but I just doing my partner community as at my utmost, I guess. So let's talk about tin roof for a moment. How did that opportunity come up and what was your process coming up with the restaurant concept? Oh, ten roof. So I don't know, for me, like chefs, I've always talked about when I'm around my chef colleagues. I have chefs that run hotels, chefs that run like super crazy, fine dining restaurants. And all through the gamut of different types of restaurants. Get around I just want to mom and pop shop. I kind of just have a small shop that it would be cool. You go to these places. I just want to spot like this. And that spot was still coco Ichi banya. The location of tin roof, there was a restaurant that fed their communities for 20 20 years. And kazuya spot selling bento, tonkatsu played nishime, all of that stuff. And I went there. And I became friends with the family, especially the two sons. And I'd always joke around with them. It's like, man, there's a chef. I really want a spot like this. So if you guys ever get the idea of, you know, moving on, I'm the guy to come and.

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Russians strike 8 Ukrainian cities, hit depot

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Russians strike 8 Ukrainian cities, hit depot

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What the Heck Was Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse's Speech About?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:39 min | 5 months ago

What the Heck Was Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse's Speech About?

"Total lunatic Sheldon White House The yard The Democrat communist senator from Rhode Island is doing it again He just finished a it's supposed to be a nomination process for judge Brown Jackson where there's an interaction The senators ask questions the judge provides answers and you determine our court worthiness That's how the process is supposed to work Not for White House White House and Democrat he went on a what 13 minute or so rant again with the crazed lunatic fringe conspiracy theories that Joey knew Bobby who gave money to Martha and Martha took money from a library return fund 7 years ago for a book that was taken out by a conservative group that allegedly donated to a libertarian candidate who sponsored a bill written by a conservative whose uncle's brother lived next door to Ronald Reagan's cousin's friend at one point I got you and everybody's looking around like what is this guy doing He is a crazy person When I used to give speeches running for office sometimes you get people and they'll do like a Q&A session right So they'll put a microphone in the middle and people come up And I remember one time this guy said something great because sometimes people come up and they don't really have a coach is okay They don't have a question I just want to say something which is fine I'm happy to hear you out I mean it But organizers don't like that So this guy said at the beginning folks if after 5 minutes there is no question mark at the end of what you were saying We are going to have to cut you off and I remember thinking my head that's pretty brilliant There you go That should be the rule at these

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Matt Palumbo: The Left Are Primary Beneficiaries of Corporate Money

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 5 months ago

Matt Palumbo: The Left Are Primary Beneficiaries of Corporate Money

"You know when it comes to Soros I find it ironic that when you write a book like you did backed up thoroughly resource with facts and footnotes That the left in order to get you to stop talking about one of their big donors will claim ridiculous absurdities like oh it's anti semitism which is hilariously stupid on its face Especially when it comes to me and you people who have actively supported I mean it's just a joke But it's really strange If you happen to be a conservative who happens to be black you're also a racist right away So you can't win the argument You are a minority group and you're a conservative You're definitely a racist Yet if you're a conservative regardless of what you've done historically to back minorities speaking about any liberal you are definitely an anti semite It's a lose lose isn't it Pretty much It is hilarious that I mean for the past I know 20 years preceding the past 5 the last was very vocal about getting money out of politics And I think in the most recent elections I go they realize that the primary beneficiaries of it I mean I remember when put together a chart and it was just showing like the hundred most influential organizations in America which was like the NYPD we were various colleges There are big corporations And I think all but two older nations went to Democrats I think the NYPD and some other law enforcement agency were the only marginally right wing major institutions in the country So you know they are the beneficiaries of billionaire money We really only like a Sheldon adelson On our side who was also Jewish yet no one really called an anti semitic to criticize him So no I mean these people ultimately don't really believe anything when they're throwing these claims out

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Carrie Severino: Liberals Should Be Called out for Dark Money Tactics

The Dan Bongino Show

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Carrie Severino: Liberals Should Be Called out for Dark Money Tactics

"You know you brought up the dark money comment I find that to be hilarious because they're always attacking the right for dark money but Carrie did you ever notice it's only dark money which is obviously meant to be a pejorative when it's on the right But when it's leftist money behind the scenes trying to push prior out for a more radical judge then all of a sudden it's free speech money You notice you notice the delicate messaging act they do on that I mean you guys have been victims of this yourself with this dark money nonsense Oh absolutely In one of the senators whose most loves to talk about it he has these kind of tinfoil hat conspiracy theory charts he puts up every once in a while Sheldon whitehouse He himself accepts a lot of money from groups that if they weren't if they were conservative would be delighted dark money We know they can't be dark money because they're liberal but there's exactly the same track structure Exactly the same donor kind of structure So it's absolutely a pejorative term They only apply to groups on

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NHL postpones 14 games; won't resume play until Tuesday

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

NHL postpones 14 games; won't resume play until Tuesday

"The the NHL NHL now now says says the the league league is is on on hold hold until until at at least least Tuesday Tuesday one one day day later later than than originally originally planned planned teams teams will will return return to to practice practice on on Sunday Sunday and and William William Neil Neil lander lander to to the the NHL's NHL's list list of of players players and and call call the the protocols protocols the the maple maple Leafs Leafs forward forward joins joins teammates teammates John John Tavares Tavares Morgan Morgan Riley Riley goaltender goaltender Jack Jack Campbell Campbell along along with with coach coach Sheldon Sheldon Keefe Keefe the the international international ice ice hockey hockey federation federation is is canceled canceled its its under under eighteen eighteen women's women's World World Championship Championship for for the the second second straight straight year year over over covered covered nineteen nineteen concerts concerts however however the the IIHF IIHF is is allowing allowing the the men's men's junior junior hockey hockey championships championships to to begin begin in in Canada Canada on on Sunday Sunday is is scheduled scheduled I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"sheldon" Discussed on Ahkameyimok Podcast with Perry Bellegarde

Ahkameyimok Podcast with Perry Bellegarde

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Ahkameyimok Podcast with Perry Bellegarde

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"sheldon" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Now thanks for doing this sheldon. my pleasure. really delighted to do appreciate it. let's talk about The judiciary There was an amazing Decision by the court from the shadow docket but the whole court weighed in five four to keep this texas law and going in play which bans abortion after six weeks. What the hell was. That was a very strange episode of what is called the court shadow docket which is when they make significant decisions that affect real people that they do it at an early stage in the proceedings before full briefing before argument very often on a very short clock so the parties were interested camp. Come in as emeke. It's being done very little information and in that. Low information high-speed environment what we've seen a strong predilection in favor of certain interests. Getting we'd say in politics helped out by the court and this is a perfect example of court helping out the anti abortion anti women's rights lobby when you're talking about. There's no-one writing briefs that for them to read. There's no arguments before the court. There's no meekest briefs which are literally friendly briefs on one side or the other you would think that something this momentous would you want to have that. Wouldn't you and you think that the default proposition until you had that would be. Don't make a sudden and violent change. Deprives the women of the entire state of texas of an established constitutional right another big one was getting rid of the clean power plan at a very early stage in the proceedings which they did for the fossil fuel industry again you know. One of the tell tales of these is that it's all the republican appointees who are doing it. I guess i should say all republican appointees who are doing it because on the texas roberts bolted. He didn't bowl because he's pro abortion rights. He bolted because this is ridiculous right. Yeah i think he has an institutional feeling for the court of which she is the chief justice at the kill tried to get a for these big special interests donors with everything that he can possibly get away with but when the spotlight is a little too bright on something he will veer towards prudence to protect the integrity of the court. Yeah he's crafty will in me. Yeah he's a slick operator and as you remember in the case on obamacare while he upheld it he also stuffed in two or three little prizes for the right wing in the decision.

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"sheldon" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Excited about today's podcast with rhode island senator sheldon whitehouse. And this time. I mean it. I served with sheldon on the judiciary committee and really got to know him as a brilliant legal mind as a politician in the best sense and as a friend. I think. I know you're going to enjoy this one. Because he really knows what he's talking about sheldon was. Us attorney for rhode island For he became senator. He wrote a book a few years ago captured. And it's about the capture of our government especially the regulatory agencies by corporate interests I think people know there is a revolving door in dc is. It's bad The pattern is of course people serve in a A regulatory agency say the fcc and they make a favorable decision for say oh comcast then lo and behold a few months later They've got a nice high paying job in philadelphia working for comcast or they don't have to move To philadelphia from dc they can stay in dc put out their shingle as a lobbyist. I saw some ugly and this is democratic administration. i saw guy Adamant age sable. And say i came lobbyists and during a regulatory matter that i was very One side a very involved in. I eventually won. But this took a longtime. This fellow was paid by a huge corporation on Who side. I was not He was paid not to lobby for the company's physician before the agency that had but to stay on the sidelines in other words This big corporation paid him a lot of money not to do anything as we say. Minnesota most be nice in this podcast. We turn our tensions to the federal courts. And it's very ugly very disturbing story but One that. I think you'd be really glad you listened to So we will turn to Sheldon whitehouse in a couple minutes. But i wanted to tell you about An experience. I had here in new york city in manhattan on the subway At may times of day is just a lot faster to get around new york city on on the subway is also less expensive. And i like the subway so After recording the interview with shelton. I got on the subway times square. Forty second street took the express going back up to seventy second street and the it was a little crowded That time of day and got on..

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The Climate Workhorse: Extremely Cheap, Clean Electricity

The Interchange

02:25 min | 1 year ago

The Climate Workhorse: Extremely Cheap, Clean Electricity

"Sheldon welcome. Thanks for having me excited to have you here. How long have you been in the clean power business. Would you say I started in the power business in the Right around the turn of the millennium and at that point we we all thought that gas power was clean power. Calpine who i worked for for a long time was Was re powering. America with a clean natural gas realistically have been in the clean power business since about two thousand and sixty thousand seven when i got out of business school and You know helped start and build a recurrent energy So long longtime long longer than most that. That's that's good all right so fifteen or so years in we now define as clean power at another six or seven years if you wanna define Natural gas power as well. So let's start with then where we are today given your long historical trajectory here like i. Would you characterize the state of clean. Power today chaotic. I think. I think it's it's it's it's it's an industry that everybody expects explosive growth from And everybody kind of knows that it's inevitable in the end But but in the near term you know i would characterize it as being marred by sort of fits and starts you know of not wanting to get into policy or anything but but trade issues and supply chain. You know there's there's so many It like every industry has has just been through the wringer in the last couple of years right not not so much all bad but just the volatility So it seems like every day you're responding to some other crisis in the business and so while the general trend is kind of up into the right and there is enormous growth opportunity. You know for for for everybody in the sector it. I keep joking the team. There must be easier ways to make money and save the world. It's it's it's it's definitely harder to save the world and make money then you then you think it is or then then it sounds like a be.

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CNN's Don Lemon Says Major Metropolitan, Democrat-Run Cities Have Become More Segregated

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 1 year ago

CNN's Don Lemon Says Major Metropolitan, Democrat-Run Cities Have Become More Segregated

"Go major metropolitan areas all across this country have become more racially segregated in the last 30 years. I have to laugh at this in a sick way. Because more and more of these universities are having segregated graduations. Have you seen that Mr produced? Okay, everybody in the name of unity and diversity. We're going to have all right. The black kids, you're going to have your graduation Tuesday. The Hispanic kids Wednesday. Asian kids. Why do we have Asian kids here? The Supreme Court said We can discriminate against you. Nonetheless, they're here and the white supremacists on on Thursday, and the Jews were going to have them doing Shabbat because we can't really get the assembly room. Okay, There we are. Now this has gone on in our universities all across the country. They can't make up their minds on the left. Do they want segregation, but they want integration. They want universal unity. Or do they want separatism? They want it all and they want nothing. But anyway, when I want an intelligent explanation, I always turned to don lemon. Go ahead. Segregated, Not less, really. 81% of regions with more than 200,000 residents were more segregated in 2019. You know what I'd like to know. I'd like to know about wealth. Where do the wealthy Television hosts who are minorities. Where do they live? Were the wealthy athletes who are minorities. Where do they live? Where the wealthy entertainers in Hollywood where do they live? Many of them are like Sheldon White House, AK Outhouse. They say one thing and they do

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Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse Is a Leftist Attack Dog yet Defends All-White Beach Club

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse Is a Leftist Attack Dog yet Defends All-White Beach Club

"And so, Sheldon Outhouse henceforth. Long tradition of Rhode Island of these white all White Bailey's beach clubs, and you know what? Minimal attention today by the big media. Minimum. Minimal. They're always looking for reasons to go after Trump. But here they have a guy they've got him. The name it even works. White House. He only goes into White House is this guy? It's unbelievable. But they don't want to hurt him. He's an attack dog for the left. He favors abortion on demand He favors open borders. He favors all the stuff that you know you got a favor in order to be a crackpot, unhinged leftist. So I want to give a hat tip to go local prov because they uncovered this. Of course not the Washington compost in the next limes. No, no, no. They wouldn't dare to look at Outhouse. Cut eight Go back in 2017. You had expressed concerns about the membership of the All White Bailey speech club said that you hoped it would become more diverse. Now your family spend members. Your wife is one of the largest shareholders. Has there been any traction and are there any minority members of the club now I think the people who are running the place we're still working on that. And I'm sorry. It hasn't happened yet. Do you have concerns and Danny? She just said your wife is a major shareholder in the club. That's interesting. His wife, not the two of them his wife as a major shareholder, so he knows this is sleazy. He knows politically, It's a bad thing. So the wife, he puts the wife well, She's a major shareholder. I I just wish that hasn't happened. I wish you what? Well, what about your wife? You jerk.

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"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

Life in the Son

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

"Thank god god has opened my eyes to things that i have read in the bible otherwise would not have understood but i know these things are common on. No you're the danes. Are that do lie head. I don't know specifically. Obviously but i do know what to expect. Generally speaking and you know. I often wonder to myself. You know as many people even just in this country that are bible believing. God burn christians. That know the things that i know. How come we're not making a bigger voice. I sometimes i just want to call up. Some officials say hey look you keep going in this route and this is going to have this going to happen. We gotta turn this around before it happens. But it's part of god's plan so it's not going to change. Sometimes i won't be able to gather up all the christians say all right. Let's go stop this for now. anyway. I mean we're just delaying the inevitable. But we could do something about it. I think what i'm saying now and you correct me if i'm wrong but doing especially what you're doing and what brother john's doing in india we can't change the outcome of prophecy but we can reach as many as possible before that end comes and i think that is what our main mission is now reaching as many as we can not to try to change. What's going but bring those laws to christ as many as possibly i'm just with you. You're exactly right go ahead. I'm sorry that was pretty much my analysis on it but it makes it difficult obviously for what we do because we will face more opposition. But sometimes i really wish that those of us who see was common that we're all band together and do something about it you know. Delay the inevitable as it were and in some respects no would like to reach as many people as because once the whole world has heard the eastern skies splits. And i'm looking forward to that. I feel kinda like paul and bolivia's warnings to die is gain for is christ. I don't know which one i should choose thinking tall. You don't get a choice. I know millet that. I think that's what we're all facing now on and it's it's a reality that at one time was just bobble prophecy and now it's reality. I think you're seeing a couple of things going on. One is the fact that the bible says as we get closer to the end. There's going to be a great falling away the other thing. I think we're saying in other words i in that case. I think he's weeding out of the not. The false believers the editing thing is i believe was in god's plan here is this you remember when when paul wanted to go to the orient ten the holy spirit sent him back..

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"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

Life in the Son

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

"It has a lot of the things we should should not do, and I don't use do's and don'ts, but it's set up exactly like the UCMJ with log. That's at a time of telling you how to carry out your duty as a Christian and doing it in an outline form. With Roman numerals just like they do in the UCMJ off. One of the things about the UCMJ too, is that you sent you bring that up is it's not so much about the do's and don'ts as well. There's a lot of that in there obviously, but one of the things that I noticed, do you see? MJ is, how you carry yourself? And not just that work. When you're, you know, on your posts are on your basis, how you carry yourself off post because you're a representative or ambassador of the military or the United States government. And I'm assuming that's what you're talking about here too. It's not just about what to do and what not to do is how to carry yourself. Try to carry yourself off and we are ambassadors of the kingdom of God here. This is not our home and what happens is and I'm going to share something to you. That I'm writing another book that will deal with this as call log. Act of treason and people don't realize because you are a governmental responsible person to the kingdom of God, you are a diplomat. We had to be careful of what we do. So we don't Aid and abet in a bet. The enemy a friend of mine called me the other day and I I already talked to him about this because it's the same thing, the Lord showed me, but she said to him that if he ever voted for something that had called for abortion, various types of sexual, whatever's brought, you can go down the line. He said the Lord told him, he said, he will have committed treason. You see, people don't think about that. We are ambassadors of Jesus Christ. We are ambassadors of God, we are here. He's our King. And when we vote for people that have platforms, I'm not talking about it. The person's a good person or a bad person. I'm talking about the platform's those platforms off. Godly, then we, we can't vote for them without committing treason because we are an official representative of the kingdom of God. It's like, if I sent, if I were president and I sent an ambassador to.

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"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

Life in the Son

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

"On fire. Their parents on the same thing. Their kids have which was really hold a watch as parents. We teach our children and here. I'm watching these. Children lead their parents to christ which was absolutely amazing. That's that's that's correct. Because i think our pastor said this yesterday the importance of bible school is this that bible schools will create more people to come to christ than any other project they do. So that's why the churches bible schools because they do the people see the changing their children and they want to be part of that. It is amazing it is. I love watching it happen. I want an eight year. Old kid brings his father or his mother to cries. That is the coolest thing i've ever seen in my life. That's that's exactly right but all of the studies the majority of the studies that we use in our cost schools are available under lynch sheldon hawaiian sheldon and they're available on amazon dot com. Some are just paperback some. Have both paperback kindle and summer just kindle but are on amazon. The moment right yes they are and what we tried to do in our training. Is we take step by step. Approach that reaches people in their various levels of faith for instance crucified with him is our first level. Our initial level then. If you're fighting addiction we take you through our addiction course in once those two are done then we take you. I'm working on finishing this up. We will talk to you about being an ambassador of jesus christ because you are an ambassador and we tell you what it means and we have a course on that and then i have what they called you and i been in the military so remember the universe a cold of A military justice koran and so our code book for ambassadors is called the uc j. universal code of my jesus and.

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"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

Life in the Son

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

"He is just he is just something else but what happened here is he started his. First of the three villages he led to christ and then the other two villages came along and i think he has about. There's about thirty thousand people in that area. He's got close to fifteen thousand converts now in that area gone. Yeah he's he's done a tremendous job and that's really. I think in the united states. We don't think about how amazing that that number is on the debt numbers. It says a lot no village. That was that was totally idol-worshipping now as exams Raising the lord. Isn't that amazing. It is and so we built that we built a church in each village from scratch There's a little side story that i haven't told too many people about but it really is an interesting story while in those villages jehovah's witness found out what we were doing so they started calling on the villages squares. They'd all meet in the square and talked to everybody but they were wanting to take over the land we purchased. Ill churches there. So john call bane he was in he was in there. He said one morning we decided to have shootout. So i came with my two guys. They came with their big van. Doctor a doctor and all kinds of fancy stuff handing out money to everybody and so they live. They got into the square. Now i'm in america and i happened to be talking to john or he'd been texting me and suddenly. He told me he's going to be in the square. So i'm sitting outside of one of my clients. I just finished talking to him in in memphis and he's parking lot and i start texting john some scriptures and stuff to pull up and use so anyway he had to. He had a shootout at the Idol worship square. I guess the indian version of the o. K. corral. That's exactly right. So he had to debate this jehovah's witness there and so they started debating and god really moved because all of a sudden the people started saying we want land and john. You guys get outta here. And they started beating them up and sent them home. Yeah so it's just like the elijah and the bails buddy it is it really is and so that's a decided to work with us and so we started building churches there. Yeah but that's what he's doing. All over in india and many many areas in india they are going into these unreached people groups and really working. Another thing they did was he got invited to go. Take our call schools behind fourteen prisons. Now that's unheard of absolutely. You can go in and meet. If you're a christian you can go in and meet your family one on one. But you can't go behind the walls right so we set up fourteen. We had over twenty two hundred prisoners in those fourteen Jails prisons rather so we had. Several of our people came in every day for ten weeks. That's how that's how long are call schools last over there. They're fifty hours or one hour a day for ten weeks So anyway they went in there.

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"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

Life in the Son

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

"So i got a hold of him and he was looking for curriculum and i was looking for an outlet so i didn't look i wrote you lab de and started these call schools and that's where we teach young people between the age of about seventeen eighteen to about twenty five to thirty somewhere in there it all and those calls schools. You know. muslims don't really know much about what what is going on india but explain a little bit about that because india is a hindu country. And what they're doing they're really phenomenal. And it has grown by leaps and bounds. But if you don't mind explain a little bit. What about what is going on in india and why is such a big deal that these calls schools are there and you know how god is moving through those calls schools all right well. India is a ripe area for the gospel. It has been phenomenal. We set up our first call school back then. We had twenty students and we've continued since then now covert kinda through as a curve ball. As it has thrown everybody a curveball. Cau- schools are not going on right now but up until kovin we've trained over seven thousand students through our call schools and basically they go through our curriculum crucified with him and that curriculum is available on amazon dot com. You don't have to be a member of our call schools to get it but it's one of the not because i wrote god routed but it is an excellent book for taking people and mentoring them through their faith basically covers what goes on the inside and beyond that it also helps you with overcoming addictions and finally at it Tells you how to walk out your life. So it's basically a step by step process through your faith and these out of the seven thousand students that we've trained. I think it's been around. Fifty seven fifty seven of those or so Have become a pastors and so each of those pastors now have their own church and the bombers growing as i understand. Yeah yeah we planted.

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"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

Life in the Son

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

"Kidding. You remember when I said, I wasn't sure what it said, but I thought I had to move, right? That's right. You're not going to believe this was that, so I'm not even says I will flee you from the Fowler. Right. That's what it says. The sales manager that I didn't get along with his last name was Fowler, it doesn't get it off, figure it out, but I knew there was something. And then there was telling me, but that's how blind you are without Christ. When it comes to the Bible, I could even pick that up. So anyway, I started studying the Bible more and then I picked up some verse cards that had cars that had versus on them. And I started reading the cards every morning and I, I flipped through them, shuffle them a little bit and then pull a card and for for almost every day but not quite every day. I kept pulling 6:30 to 8, Psalm 32:8. I said this guy, this is crazy. I shuffled him and I still pick up Psalm 32:8 so I said maybe God's trying to tell me something. And so I said Lord I don't know what it is but wage Claim Psalm 32:8. And when it says, I will instruct you in my ways and I'll guide you with my eyes, that was the prayer of David, was it not? Yeah, that's amazing. So anyway, that's what's happened over the years. He has used me in such a way that God has been able to really be a blessing. But he has instructed me along the way and he's guided me along the way. And like I started writing books, I didn't know her supposed to write a book, god Set Me Free from an addiction I had and then I start writing books because he called me to write and I tried to write my first book several times and finally I just gave in. I said God go find someone else. I can walk right, I've not had any writing courses and he said He called me a hypocrite. And I said, well, why did you call me that? I know that's not good and he said, I called you a hypocrite because you tell people to do what I asked them to do. But you won't do.

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"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

Life in the Son

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

"We have a special guest with us today and I guess is Lynn Sheldon. Who is the founder of President of God, fire, discipleship, outrage. So how are you doing today, man? Doing well. Thank you doing well, I'm glad to have you on the show. You're actually on my third guest on the show and it's always exciting to have that gas but you've got an amazing Ministry going. And you know, first before we talk about the Ministries though, just give us a little brief background on, you know, where you came from, how you got up to this point? Well, I am from the Midwest and my job eventually took me to the South and I really enjoyed the South love the Midwest but their taxes too high. So I stay on the South. But anyway, I guess my background is broadcasting. I went to Northwest Missouri State University. Versity and got my degree there in broadcasting, but I took the sales route. So I spent about forty seven years or so. In broadcast sales pretty of them were here at 1000 station here in the South but during this time God gave me a Ministry to start and so we have it's called Godfather Revival and discipleship Outreach off. Now the give you a little bit about my Christian background, I became a Christian in nineteen eighty-five and it was really interesting how that happened. Wage I was working out of Missouri at a broadcast network there. And I was coming home from a meeting. I had one in Saint Louis. We were living in Jefferson City. At the same time, I tend to church. I thought I was a Christian, but I found out later on. I wasn't attending church. Doesn't make you a Christian. But always listen to Christian radio, because I enjoy talk radio, and that was the only radio you could get as far as talk in those days. So I thought I was listening to this particular pastor and he started talking about the darkness in our hearts, and it's so moved me that I pulled off to the side of the road and just wept. As I realized, I wasn't a good person..

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"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

Life in the Son

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Life in the Son

"We have a special guest with us today and I guess is Lynn Sheldon. Who is the founder of President of God, fire, discipleship, outrage. So how are you doing today, man? Doing well. Thank you doing well, I'm glad to have you on the show. You're actually on my third guest on the show and it's always exciting to have that gas but you've got an amazing Ministry going. And you know, first before we talk about the Ministries though, just give us a little brief background on, you know, where you came from, how you got up to this point? Well, I am from the Midwest and my job eventually took me to the South and I really enjoyed the South love the Midwest but their taxes too high. So I stay on the South. But anyway, I guess my background is broadcasting. I went to Northwest Missouri State University. Versity and got my degree there in broadcasting, but I took the sales route. So I spent about forty seven years or so. In broadcast sales pretty of them were here at 1000 station here in the South but during this time God gave me a Ministry to start and so we have it's called Godfather Revival and discipleship Outreach off. Now the give you a little bit about my Christian background, I became a Christian in nineteen eighty-five and it was really interesting how that happened. I thought I was working out of Missouri at a broadcast network there, and I was coming home from a meeting. I had one in Saint Louis. We were living in Jefferson City. At the same time, I tend to church. I thought I was a Christian, but I found out later on. I wasn't attending church. Doesn't make you a Christian. But always listen to Christian radio, because I enjoy talk radio, and that was the only radio you could get as far as talk in those days. So I thought I was listening to this particular pastor and he started talking about the darkness in our hearts, and it's so moved me that I pulled off to the side of the road and just wept. As I realized, I wasn't a good person..

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State Seeks 30 Years for Chauvin; Defense Wants Time Served

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

State Seeks 30 Years for Chauvin; Defense Wants Time Served

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the state seeks thirty years for the former police officer convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd according to court documents filed Wednesday prosecutors are seeking a thirty year prison sentence for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin who was convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd but defense attorney Eric Nelson is asking that shall then be sentenced to probation and the time already served Sheldon was convicted in April of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for pressing his knee on Floyd's neck for about nine and a half minutes as Floyd said he couldn't breathe under Minnesota law he will be sentenced on only the most serious conviction second degree manslaughter chauvinist Gadgil to be sentenced on June twenty fifth hi Mike Rossio

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Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 2-1, Tavares Injured Early

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 2-1, Tavares Injured Early

"In the playoffs. The May believes in Canadiens the last teams to start their playoff series in just 10 minutes In last night, Toronto lost its captain John to various who was accidentally kneed in the head as he fell to the ice. Various left the game on a stretcher. This was the postgame update from its head coach, Sheldon Keefe. He's conscious in communicating well, he's The test that he's had so far have come back clear. He's gonna remain overnight in hospital to undergo further testing to various the leaves lost the

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Judge Delays Trial of Ex-Officers Charged in George Floyd’s Death

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Judge Delays Trial of Ex-Officers Charged in George Floyd’s Death

"Judges ruled that the trial of three former Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting in the death of George Floyd will be pushed back from this coming August to march of next year, in part to allow the publicity over Derek Sheldon's conviction to cool off. All four former officers also face federal civil rights charges.

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 Minneapolis Trial Postponed for 3 Former Police Officers in George Floyd Death

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Minneapolis Trial Postponed for 3 Former Police Officers in George Floyd Death

"Of three fired officers charged in the death of George Floyd has been postponed from August of this year until March next year. In his ruling, judge Peter Cahill indicated that his decision is based in large part on the fact that the three Thomas Layne Alexander King and to Tao, along with Derek Sheldon, were indicted last week on federal civil rights charges, which could bring more serious penalties than the state charges of aiding and abetting. In addition, Cahill noted that the defense team should be given More time after the recently concluded trial of showman who was found guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder, along with second degree manslaughter for the killing of George Floyd, Adam

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Ruling Paves Way for Longer Sentence in George Floyd's Death

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Ruling Paves Way for Longer Sentence in George Floyd's Death

"A ruling by a Minnesota judge could result in a longer sentence for the man convicted in the death of George Floyd judge Peter K. hell is roll there were aggravating factors employed staff the judge found that Derek Sheldon abused his authority as a police officer when he restrained Floyd and that he treated Floyd with particular cruelty under Minnesota law Chauvin will only be sentenced on the most serious of the three counts he was convicted of second degree murder sentencing guidelines say that's anywhere from ten years and eight months to fifteen years in prison but now that the judges ruled there were aggravating factors involved legal experts think Sheldon could get up to thirty years behind bars I'm Mike Hampton

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Chauvin's Lawyer Seeks New Trial, Impeachment of Verdict

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Chauvin's Lawyer Seeks New Trial, Impeachment of Verdict

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting Derek Sheldon's lawyer seeks a new trial and an impeachment of the verdicts the attorney for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has requested a new trial saying the judge abused the discretion of the court and the verdict should be impeached due to jury misconduct Chauvin was convicted last month of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the may twenty fifth death of George Floyd attorney Eric Nelson says judge Peter Cahill violated children's right to a fair trial when he denied Nelson's request for a change of venue due to pre trial publicity Nelson also cites Cahill's refusal to sequester the jury for the trial or instruct jurors to avoid all media Nelson's brief does not refer to reports that one of the jurors participated in an August twenty eighth March in Washington DC to honor Martin Luther king junior Floyd's brother and sister addressed the crowd at that March hi Mike Rossio

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President Biden's first address to Congress is invite-only

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

President Biden's first address to Congress is invite-only

"Security will be ramped up on Capitol Hill tomorrow when president Biden makes his first address to Congress it'll be the president's first major indoor events since he took office two weeks after the capital riot the building remains surrounded by a fence the National Guard is still on hand they had like any event involving the president's security will be high the secret service says it's taken recent events into account and watched other major events like the response to Derek Sheldon's conviction in Minneapolis officials are getting some unintended help covert restrictions mean there will be fewer people in the house chamber attendance is by invitation only and lawmakers cannot bring guess Sager mag ani Washington

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"sheldon" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"I think trump in general took the the conservative jewish right In the us. And even more. So the evangelical Christian right very very serious. And he saw them as a base of supporters in. This is something that they desperately wanted. I think sheldon adelson bite of been saw a figure that helped convince him And he clearly played a role in in. I mean he paid. He paid for the ceremony And was sitting front row. I mean he was involved in the process. But i think to say that he was the reason why i think it might be a little bit of a stretch. I want to go back to the property right. Who's right by. yeah yeah. So he bought the the the am so that the ambassador had used to have a residents in herzliya. that costs. it's a. I don't know if you've ever been there but it's they have. They used to host like fourth of july parties. It's a gorgeous Residents along the water and he purchased it after the embassy was transferred to jerusalem to to prevent the possibility that the ambassador with kind of return the top the embassy Return the tel aviv. Or the ambassador with return to earth steinhardt hertzel on the he purchased this home in in along the water at a cost of sixty seven million We don't even know how much it should have been caught what it should have cost kind of with a little bit done under the table And didn't come. Until after. I mean i was to be fair. I was looking at buying that. Also it's a nice place. If you end up getting points those fourth of july august but yeah so then. There was a a very large involvement in the whole embassy transfer. Yeah so i do want to get back to the democracy. Show i just. I actually think his position is i mean he. He had a right to his opinion. Obviously but i. I don't think i would argue that. If there's a plurality of israelis say that the jewish identity of the state has more central to them to its democratic nature and went in points of conflict might even be willing to compromise on its democratic nature. That isn't exactly the same as saying so. Israel won't be a democracy and i would argue that that's really more of the extreme israeli. Right in a plurality that plurality that kind of talks about the jewish nature being very important to them would not say they're still rally. Maybe at this point i think it's below fifty percent. That still do support a few state solution. But that is the overwhelming or the prominent feeling among israelis that they still do wanna have some separation from the palestinians and create a state. Adelson went way farther than that and saying. Yes the jewish nature is important. And it's also because. I don't want to give the palestinians escape. I mean he was fringe it. His political opinion would be fringed politics. But but you also point out on the article that he moved away from apec that he was outside of apex stream. Can you clarify what right. In what ways he was. Yeah i think it was in two thousand seven that wasn't even over specifically palestinian state issue but there had been in the middle of the midst of the roadmap in peace effort the bush the george w bush would have been promoting with candy rice They're also been efforts to kind of provide increased aid to the palestinian authority and adelson and apec. Actually back this because they see it as the strength. Strengthening of the palestinian..

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"sheldon" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Do and leveraging distribution of ucla. Yom too you know. I'll i'll reduce that distribution if you it's more complicated than apple use a distribution. It was also. It was also require them to charge money so they could be Balanced playing field a little bit. So everyone If everyone's has to charge maybe that will allow other the audio which is also very a Has its own each does well. That's kind of another issue with israeli on media and a lot of ways that there's not very rarely can you find that thank Newspaper which doesn't have a very clear genda that even at even there's a difference between During right versus being. I think oftentimes a lot of places sensationalized for just dramatic effected for also in an attempt to get yours. So that's a problem. Aditorial pages or and correct so every issue when they become more than just the fact that the prime minister of the state has communication with that particular oregon it lacks independence as a journalist up standout for all the other issues you know that journalists and faces there was even a strange. You mentioned in your piece. The strange interaction. That sarah netanyahu had with miriam adelson could count that and yeah I think sarah netanyahu was known She doesn't have the best image. A lot of israeli media she seen as someone is is paranoid and Very concerned with her image and I think there was a a moment around early. Twenty tens period Our they had regular contact with the adelson's Sarah another point accused claims that at that. Uh miriam adelson headed an affair with the editor of israel. Mark regev Which kind of ruined their relationship with them to be at that point but in this specific incident mentioned that sorry our toll according to the statements given to police by the adelson's there during the during the police investigation of corruption affairs tonio in his role in media. Sarah tells a. Mary middleton if iran gets nuclear weapons in israel's wiped out. I'll i'll be to blame she. She's recalling smear mandelson saris recalling. How sorry. Netanyahu told her that she would be to blame because Because i'm not defending. Bb in the paper. She was also going on her. The immigrant sorry details and being portrayed while in the paper so that but it also kind of shows a little bit about the adelson's that it wasn't just about stay continue bankroll they still to this day. Bankroll the easter all. Very mendelssohn as the publisher. They yes they have. This religion is very complicated. obviously But they they continue supporting this because they believe in the agenda that was was Was putting forward And they believed in general of of these rarely rights and right now the prime minister these really right and they did sound like relations with other lawmakers and these are the rights and even with these. The iron pitas had a context with them shimon peres relied on them for a big major conference. Come there's president's conference event that he had organized the money to turn to the adelson's bankrolled it with millions of dollars so everyone relies on them But they see it as very much. I'll give to israel on..

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"sheldon" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Welcome to the mccomb. Israel teachers lounge podcast where we connect students and listeners. To what's happening in israel and give you instructions behind the headline. I'm your host michael burke here as always with co hosts allen goldman. How're you doing okay mic. Well that's good today. Our top yes it is. It's covert okay Today's topic we're going to discuss. The passing of sheldon adelson major financial benefactor political activists and somewhat controversial figure in american and israeli politics allen. Would you please introduce our guest for today. Yeah it'd be happy to or very honored and privileged to welcome jacob mcgee who is. Us correspondent for the times of israel to share with us his wisdom and a little bit of his understanding of Sheldon dawson's place in jewish community and in israel and and his influence so Welcome jacob michael. Thanks for having me. Yeah well you i for me. It was a great piece of somebody. I've been paying attention. He's a famous figure. And i found your piece. Actually informative enlightening. So can you just for our listeners. Who aren't as familiar with the name. Would you be able to just give us a quick overview of who sheldon adelson is sure social nails. His was The owner of the las vegas sands hotel casino system billionaire but also brooklyn native or boston native. That grew the son of a taxi driver in kind of a little bit of a rags-to-riches story To become the the casino. Mogul that kind of we know today mainly we know about him from his contributions to the republican party on most recently to donald trump in the tens of billions and even gotten told to hundreds of millions of dollars on and then of course as well to to israel beit through threw his support for prime minister. Now but also just general causes throughout the country. Or the reo medical school in in the west bank various causes all throughout the country That he's given hundreds of millions of dollars to over the years now. Do you think that you can separate his philanthropy from his political activism or are they always sort of joined at the hip I think it's hard for most people to do that. I think that what can what can be separated is that he did give to causes again. Like you advocate sham. And it wasn't just like the to have a hall named after him or his wife miriam It was also giving funds to the to the maintenance staff at things that weren't always getting like the the the most sexiest titles or or or on parts of the yad vashem brand He was giving lots of money to for example. He paid for his hotel in las vegas. He paid for all the staff to continue getting healthcare and and and their their salaries during the during the pandemic Was publicized but again this not the typical things you might have made from when you hear about sheldon adelson on the other hand. Though most of his money was very much the vast vast vast majority of it was very very political causes And very much influencing both us in israel politics so for people especially on the center or left. It's very he's he's a very controversial figure. I mean I mean in. Israel i mean. Clearly he he. he bankrolls. israel's most Popular daily which is a free paper. The israeli yo- research paper which is Pretty controversial right It's got the nickname of beaten which is a combination of bb telling the newspaper. Because it's kind of seen by most even people on the right Neftali bennett criticized. It is kind of just being like pravda..

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"sheldon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"sheldon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fell to Sheldon they put a lot of a lot of the responsibility on him that my dad should have been taking that responsibility and he showed that hello what's going on thank you who's going to take you to school me yeah I remember one time hours later was shocking you start outside as someone he was good to me I mean you know you start my older brother used to knock me sometimes but you know that's the way it is with a wood brothers yeah I always good in some ways some ways I was man who was who was not with who is he so if you feel like you were compelled to see each other now because you knew that you know it's now or never kind of thing then it means that it was important to you both right to get to see each other one easy answer yes yes a good when I get any younger or what what's what's down the road I'm AT he's eighty five I mean because of the there was a lot of water under the bridge we want to close the bridge now I want to feel easy now I want to say now he's gonna be eighty six someone called on his birthday and say Happy Birthday to one now when they're standing ceremonies anymore as my father speaks as per his brother's example dropping F. bombs like he's in a guy Ritchie film Sheldon keeps his arms crossed and his eyes shut tight he's quiet for several seconds and then he reaches out to pet his cat surely really caught my will find if anything I'll take Kerry cath I don't think you can I'm happy I came to see that I am it's good very good if.

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"sheldon" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"sheldon" Discussed on KTRH

"Three people were killed in a car crash in Sheldon investigators said that car left the road hit a tree in northeast Harris County a fourth passenger was also airlifted to the hospital in unknown condition U. S. Senate votes ninety six to one to approve more than eight billion dollars in emergency spending to fight the culvert nineteen outbreak president trump expected to sign that bill today and what a waste of a good beverage the makers of Austin based Tito's vodka are warning against using their product for homemade hand sanitizer during this Coleman nineteen seer if it it's pretty good Vargas it's only forty percent Vacaville wouldn't kill the bacteria anyway more on these stories no KTRE dot com coming up at the bottom of the hour Pasadena living clearly reliable KTRE traffic and weather next on the ten falls by twenty three now here on Houston's morning news all right one of the big other big stories of the coronavirus of course is what Chuck Schumer said to say that rally and being reviewed by Chief Justice John Roberts and just about everybody else in Washington D. C. as it turns out including Mitch McConnell and Raymond Arroyo Raymond Arroyo here's what he thinks about what Chuck Schumer's real agenda is by what he was saying about Cavanaugh and Gorsuch false rumors for it wasn't physical it was in a way much more corrosive to our Republic he was threatening an issue based impeachment against the two newest members of the High Court in other words if you even think about holding in a way that restricts roe V. Wade we will annihilate you Schumer doesn't speak casually appalled mostly about these issues he was delivering a message to these justices especially Cavanaugh you may think you're safe with life tenure but if Jones wins the White House we will turn over every stone in your personal and professional life and devote all our resources to destroying you and removing you from office remember they don't think you need high crimes and misdemeanors anymore a casual abuse of power charge is enough for the schools to start screaming impeachment wow he got a lot of that world wind coming up more other than I did interesting meanwhile course we have Greg Gutfeld doing what Greg Gutfeld does best on fox being snarky here's what he said about Chuck Schumer so what is Chuck Schumer really is not a firebrand or a bomb thrower he's just a follower following them the abortion movement has moved from the valley of abortion being legal and rare to come one come all it's a descent into the irrational we're one deny science as a way to deny limits to their demands and in this move where abortion is no longer a tragic decision but a choice to be championed laughed about even bragged about it's understandable that a week an anxious man like shock would find themselves swept up in the hawkish fever for casual termination of the small and inconvenient funny how some in the media worried that the judges were being threatened no trucks just another empty grandstanding joke the judges can take care of themselves pity those who never have that chance yeah you know normally with the guy in charge emerge from Brooklyn New York doubling people from Brooklyn New York are a little bit more director in the threats I'll cut you off at the kneecaps that kind of stuff I'll punch in the face they'll talk about whirlwinds five twenty six newsradio seven forty KTRE it's time to take a look at your money order Donna hall well we had another one of those better part of a thousand points down days yesterday what is this morning looking like well speaking of punching in the face is taking.

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