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A highlight from How to Win Gen Z with Isabel Brown and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, Dinesh D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. Hey everybody, it's the end of the Charlie Kirk show. Isabel Brown, former Turning Point USA chapter leader, is taking the internet by storm talking about why young women should reject hookup culture. Marjorie Taylor Greene on why we need to declare war on the Mexican drug cartels and more. Email us as always freedom at charliekirk .com. Subscribe to our podcast. Open up your podcast application and type in charliekirkshow and get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. Buckle up everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here.
A highlight from The Screaming Women of Flagstaff + The Medias Outrageous Spin
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, the next D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. Hey everybody, it's Andrew Charlie Kirk Show. My reflections of a visit to Northern Arizona University that has gone viral, a lot of takeaways. Email us as always, freedom at charliekirk .com and subscribe to our podcast and get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Turning Point USA is on the front lines. I am on the front lines. We are on the front lines. While other people just sit in their cushy chair hoping for things to get better, we are making things happen. If you want to support our program, if our program has blessed you in any way, go to charliekirk .com and click on the members button to become a monthly supporter and get exclusive inside access. And also, when you do that, you will be able to listen to our program ad -free. So go to charliekirk .com and become a member today. Get your kids involved, tpusa .com, tpusa .com. Start a high school or college chapter today. Buckle up everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here.
A highlight from The Trump Paradox with Brent Bozell and Tony Buzbee
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, the next D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. Hey everybody. Today on Charlie Kirk Show, Tony Busby, lead attorney for Ken Paxton, joins us as we recollect on a grassroots victory. And then Brent Bozell from the Media Research Center. Why the media is not trusted. And then a very fun, very, very fun story about Rush Limbaugh at the end of our program. So make sure you listen all the way through. Get involved with the nation's most important movement in the country, tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Start a high school or college chapter today at tpusa .com. Email me as always freedom at charliekirk .com. Buckle up everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here.
A highlight from Re-Evangelizing Britain with Calvin Robinson and Sen. Mike Lee
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, Dinesh D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. Hey everybody, it's the end of the Charlie Kirk show. Calvin Robinson joins us and Senator Mike Lee. A really deep and thoughtful episode texted to your friends. We talk about the law firm running Congress. It's great. And we also talk about the United Kingdom and America and the fight to reinvigorate pastors. Go to tpusa .com or tpfaith .com to get involved with TPUSA Faith. Very proud of the work the team is doing. Email us as always freedom at charliekirk .com and get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust. Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. Joining us now is one of my favorite senators and just a terrific guy. Senator Lee Mike joins us. Senator, thank you for taking the time. Senator, you have a very powerful thread on Twitter that I want to speak with you about. You have this idea of the law firm Schumer McConnell McCarthy and Jeffries, the firm as you call it, that does deals in the the middle of the night and back room deals. Walk us through all this, Senator. I think it's fascinating and very important. Senator Mike Lee. Yeah, thanks for inviting me to talk about it. This is a thread that I posted on the Twitter presence that I use for my own personal musings is my at -based Mike Lee account and on that I explained how this four -person cabal within Congress, what I call up the law firm of Schumer McConnell McCarthy and Jeffries, comes together and whichever four fit in those positions, the top Republican and Democrat from the House and in the Senate, over the last decade or so they've gotten more and more powerful and they've taken it upon themselves very often to be intimately involved in the drafting of spending bills. In many cases consolidating all spending bills, there's supposed to be 12 separate bills each running a different part of government, these guys will put one together. We call that an omnibus and very often the omnibus or whatever bill they're putting together will be held back into the last possible moment until a couple of days and sometimes only hours before government funding is about to run out. Then they bring it forward to their respective caucuses, House, Senate, Republican, Democrat and say here you go, here's the bill, it's ready to go. We unfortunately don't have much time to read it, we unfortunately don't have really any time to debate it, we have almost no time left to amend it, so you basically have to take it as is and vote yes or you can vote no, but if you vote no you'll be blamed for a shutdown and we'll make sure of it. So most members vote for it. It usually has the nasty effect of unifying Democrats, nearly all Democrats jump on board because it almost always spends more money than it did last year and it peels off just enough Republicans to get it to pass and so this is how we end up 33 trillion dollars in debt. This is how it happens because of the action of the law firm and the unflinching response of far too many Republicans to say yeah I'll jump on board with that even though we're unifying Democrats, pursuing Democratic priorities for the most part and we're sharply dividing Republicans. So let's tie this into the 930 fight and you're right, what they do is they kind of hold these votes hostage that have some necessary components, funding the military, things of that nature, and then they just always you know they always will say well you know it's the lesser of two evils, we want to keep the government open. So tie this into the 930 funding fight and specifically the timing and the sequence of this omnibus as you write quote was carefully orchestrated by the firm but ensures that it will pass without any substantive changes once it becomes public and the very few elected federal lawmakers will have meaningful input in this highly secretive process. This is so dysfunctional, Senator. Walk us through how this is going to unfold in the next couple of weeks.
A highlight from Week in Review - Episode 23
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, the next D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on Local Now Channel 525. Welcome to this week's Mike Gallagher Show Week in Review. What a week it has been. We saw a president fail to acknowledge the events of 9 -11 by giving a speech in Anchorage, Alaska, of all places. Then he lied about it. It was an amazing thing. I mean, what a week he has had. The news for Joe Biden is bad and keeps getting worse. For example, we talked about Biden's visit to Vietnam where they literally had to pull him off the stage. Man, oh man, did you see him in Vietnam? Holy moly. They had to pull him off the stage because he started babbling like an idiot. That's the president of the United States. And listen, we better hope he runs in 2024. Let's pray for once that a Democrat's ego torpedoes their chances for reelection. Because if he runs, there's no way Americans can vote for that. There's no way. It's impossible. That's not wishful thinking. It's, it's, you know, September of 2023 and they have to yank him off the stage. They did everything but take out that old vaudeville, the big hook, you know, you put the whole, pull the hook out and drag and then do a little soft shoe off the stage. Some disembodied voice comes over the PA and says, that's it. The press conference is over. And he looks around baffled and says, thank you everybody. Thank you. Where do I go? Where do I go? Don't throw me down, Clark. Certain sharp -eared listeners know what reference I just made there. Let's listen together to grandpa Joe. I want you to, I want you to hear what it sounds like when a president of the United States literally gets, gets the hook. They're so embarrassed for him. For whatever reason, he wound up in Vietnam over the weekend. Maybe air force one took a wrong turn and it landed in Vietnam and his appearance there by, you're going to hear about it all day long today on the news, at least on normal news. You might not hear about it on ABC, CBS, or NBC, but I'm not sure that even they won't cover this because it was this bad. Check this out. We talked about, we talked about at the conference overall, we talked about stability. We talked about making sure that the third world, excuse me, third world, the Southern hemisphere had access to change. It had access. It wasn't confrontational at all. Thank you everybody. This ends the press conference. Thanks everyone. I mean, what a disaster. And then he, then he goes and shuffles off. That's the president of the United States. The music is the best part. When they started playing the lounge music, Robert is in Sarasota. Robert, you see that clip? Yeah. Can I first use your platform to say, um, my thoughts and prayers are going out to everybody today, uh, that we're victims or new people. Absolutely. 9 11. And to follow that up, our president of the United States is booked 3 ,467 miles away into Alaska. You can't get farther from New York than where he's going to be today, where he canceled oil and gas leases. And clearly there's a God because that's exactly where he belongs as far away from New York. Here's the headline that every American who is suffering through the Biden administration needs to know 22 years of never forget. And Biden is spending 9 11 in Alaska. Meantime, we still got the, uh, the occasional troll or the occasional malcontent caller to the Mike Gallagher show. And I had a texture who claims that it's not really free speech to yell fire in a crowded movie theater. Of course, we're talking about all of the Democrats efforts to shut down speech. They disagree with beginning with Trump on down. And I played a montage of the Democrats denying the 2016 election to anyone who says that Republicans are a bunch of election deniers. What do you say about all the prominent Democrats who insisted that Trump didn't win in 2016? I just got a text from Macomb County, Michigan that I want to share with you. And then I want to play a little clip for the benefit of Macomb County, Michigan, and listen to this Michigan texture. Thank you. I mean, I appreciate that you don't agree with me and you think I'm a, I'm rotten to the core and you, and you, you, you hate my, my message on, on the radio and TV, but that's okay. I appreciate dissent and I, and I am truly intrigued. I always wonder, does the left do leftists like Macomb County, Michigan really feel this way? Or are they just regurgitating talking points that they've heard on MSNBC and they've read in the New York Times? It is a fact that election laws were changed and the election process was wildly upended under the guise of COVID. It is a fact that we had an historic amount of mail -in ballots. It is a fact that we had a record number of ballot harvesting. We things know were changed in 2020 under the pretense of COVID. That's a fact. And I'm not yelling fire in a crowded theater by stating those facts. That's their go -to. So let me read the whole text to you. And then I want to give you a video response, Macomb County, Michigan. And I challenge you to text me again. I don't want to embarrass you, but I'm going to challenge you to at least text me your response when I ask you about the video response that I have to your text. Here's the text. It is not free speech to yell fire in a crowded theater. It is not free speech to perpetuate a well -proven lie that there is some absurd sweeping conspiracy that stole the 2020 election and use that lie to divide people and disenfranchise millions and millions of voters. What you people are doing is destroying this country. You are working to drive the wedge between everyday Americans deeper and deeper. And you're just doing it because there's a market for it. Either you are willfully lying and towing your party line, or you're dumb enough to believe this trash yourself. You should feel deep, deep shame for perpetuating your lies. I hope one day you realize the damage you're doing and are tormented by your own guilt forever. Okay. Now, over the top drama queen hysterics aside from that text, let's take a look at the substance of what that person wrote. They want to sit there and accuse anybody who questioned the outcome of the 2020 election as somebody advancing an absurd sweeping conspiracy. So Macomb County, Michigan, what do you say about this? Trump didn't actually win the election in 2016. He lost the election and he was put in office because the Russians didn't appear. Trump knows he's an illegitimate president. The president of the lack of a legally elected is not legitimate. I don't see the president as elect a legitimate president. You said you believe that Russia's interference altered the outcome of the election. I do. We have a president who is in fact it is proven has been assisted by the Russians and may in fact not be a legitimate president. The one thing that Trump is fearful of when it comes to his being president is that finally we will see how illegitimate his victory actually was. I have an objection. I object to the 15 votes from the state of North Carolina. I object because people are horrified. He's an illegitimate president. Do you believe Trump is illegitimate president? What I believe is that there's no question that the outcome of this election was affected by the Russian interference. There absolutely is a cloud of illegitimacy. So that legitimacy is in question. Yes. That was a very tainted election. And in that sense, it's illegitimate. Now, Macomb County, Michigan, I dare you to write me back and follow up to your original text and condemn all of your hero Democrats the way you condemned any of us who questioned 2020. You see, you don't get to have it both ways. Meanwhile, back to Grandpa Joe's refusal to attend any of the 9 -11 ceremonies in New York or Shanksville, PA, or even where he lives in Washington, D .C., to commemorate that awful historic day in America's history. Tulsi Gabbard said it best on Fox News. Biden has decided he wasn't going to be bothered. He'd be up in Anchorage, Alaska. It's outrageous. It's last night on Fox News for those like myself, many patriotic Americans across the country who enlisted because of the jihadist attacks on 9 -11. I find it deeply offensive that he specifically chose to turn his backs on all of those families and all of those Americans. White House is saying that, you know, presidents don't show up to Hawaii on Pearl Harbor after all these years. What's the point? It's insulting beyond words. It was even more insulting. I don't want to say even more insulting. It was also insulting to hear in the speech that he delivered during that fuel stop in Alaska, him lecturing the American people about how it is our responsibility that we must take seriously to defend democracy. And he is saying these words, lecturing us as he and his administration, every step of the way, are undermining our own democracy, both by his politicizing the Department of Justice to go after Donald Trump, his major political opponent in this upcoming presidential election, his going after and changing the rules of the DNC to make it so people who vote for RFK Jr., their votes won't actually count. He is sending his Department of Justice after parents who are trying to stand up for their right to their children's education. I've been thinking a lot about the difference, the major differences between the right and the left in America. For example, the MAGA movement. The putting America first philosophy is met with such disdain from progressives and leftists and Democrats. But when you think about it, putting America first is something best exemplified by Donald Trump's policies. Putting America last best sums up the Biden Democrat approach. Judge Jeanine Pirro summed it up that way last night on Fox News as well. Well, it's consistent with his America last mentality. I mean, this is unprecedented. No president since this happened has not been at one of the sites, whether it's Washington, Shanksville or ground zero. And if you're from New York City, especially, I mean, I was in the city that day. I remember the smoke in the towers. I remember, you know, my investigators saying we've got to get home. We've got to get back to Westchester. This is a very sacred day for so many people. And the president doesn't see it that way. And the sad part about it is that, you know, the world is not a safer place now. It's because of Biden now that the Taliban is back in control in Afghanistan with all the weapons that we left there. We've got an open border now with people coming in that we don't even know who they are. And you can thank Joe Biden for all of that. You sure can. You know, one of the great mysteries of life for me is wondering if this kind of crap is intentional or accidental. And I ask this question all the time. Does Joe Biden and his team say, you know what, we're going to be the first administration in 22 years not to attend a ceremony in Shanksville or Washington, D .C. at the Pentagon or at Ground Zero in New York City? We're going to we're going to change the game a little bit. We're not going to appear. Is that a mistake? And as if the actions of Joe Biden weren't bad enough, egregious enough, the governor of New Mexico, some woman by the name of Michelle Lujan Grisham, decided to amend the rights of citizens of her state. Albuquerque in particular, she declared an emergency because of an incident involving the death of an 11 year old child. The governor said, well, there's gun violence. I get to declare a declare an emergency and nobody gets to carry their lawfully registered and certified guns. We must remember. The liberties, the freedoms that so many have fought and died for. And this new New Mexico governor has literally banned Americans who have a constitutional right to protect themselves from being able to carry in Albuquerque and the surrounding county for at least the next 30 days after a child was killed in a road rage incident. It's it's it's extraordinary. What's law enforcement doing in Albuquerque? What's the sheriff doing? The police chief. She's sitting at this press conference next to a guy who looks like a police authority. He's got a big gold badge on. And he looks very uncomfortable where this lunatic governor is shredding the Constitution, declaring an emergency, a gun emergency. This is what Democrats, if you dared to question a lockdown, if you had any skepticism about vaccines, if you wondered about masks, they came after you. They shut you down. Be kind of interesting to talk to an airline pilot who lost his job or her job because they wouldn't want to get they didn't want to get a vaccine. Do you realize we were firing people for not getting vaccinated? You recognize the absurdity of where we were just just a very short while ago? It's called tyranny. What the New Mexico governor, Michelle Grisham, is doing is tyrannical. She's acting like she's the emperor, the king, the dictator of New Mexico. And they're going to keep doing this and they're going to keep doing this and they're going to keep doing this until they can't do it anymore. Everybody ought to be aware of what she's doing, because what she's doing is absolutely un -American. What she's doing is obscene, where on Friday, this New Mexico governor banned people from being able to carry guns because a child was killed during a road rage incident. She's decided to declare an emergency. Oh, we have a gun emergency here. So now I get to ban your right to keep and bear arms. Check out this exchange. I want to play it one more time in case you're not paying attention. Isn't it unconstitutional to say you cannot exercise your carrying license? With one exception, and that is if there's an emergency and I've declared an emergency for a temporary amount of time, I can invoke additional powers. No constitutional right, in my view, including my oath, is intended to be absolute. There are restrictions on free speech. There are restrictions on my freedoms. In this emergency, this 11 -year -old and all these parents who have lost all these children, they deserve my attention to have the debate about whether or not in an emergency we can create a safer environment. Because what about their constitutional rights? I took an oath to uphold those two. And if we ignore this growing problem without being bold, I've said to every other New Mexican, your rights are segregated to theirs. And they are not, in my view. I mean, this is lunacy. I pray for her safety. I pray for Joe Biden's safety. I pray for Trump's safety. I pray for all of our elected officials' safety. So let me make sure you know where I'm coming from, where my heart is. I would never want anything to happen to any of the people who are elected to hold office. But I wonder if she would be willing to have her security detail suspend their right to protect her.
A highlight from Commemorating The 22nd Anniversary Of The Sept. 11th, 2001 Attacks
"It's funny how people lie about actual real world events, even as we witnessed them on video, like Trump's visit to the Iowa football game. And he just got a resounding welcome. And they were trying to pretend he was being booed. You know, because there might have been a smattering of boos or a few people that gave him the middle finger, they wanted to pretend that he didn't get an absolute hero's welcome at the football stadium. And the video showed he did. Even CNN acknowledged it. Screaming, USA! USA! Trump! Trump! Trump! Man, oh, man. Republicans need to focus on Iowa and New Hampshire to try to stop him. I guess that might be their firewall if you're Ron DeSantis or Nikki Haley or one of the others. I don't know how they're going to stop him. We shall see. It's September 11th. We're broadcasting from lower Manhattan. It's been 22 years since the September 11th attacks changed our world forever, changed our way of life, changed the way we view, oh, things like freedom. Freedom is on my mind today a lot. And I want to start with a difficult question about 9 -11. You know, 9 -11 spurred the Patriot Act, where the government felt that steps needed to be taken in order to be able to thwart terrorism. And the Patriot Act essentially took away the freedom that many, many Americans had enjoyed. Now, I understand we've got to try to figure out how to battle terrorism. Totally get it. But what I'm not too clear on is when the door got cracked open, where today the government is criminalizing speech to such an extent that they want to lock up the 45th president of the United States. The New York Times did a huge piece. Trump's indictments, key players in the 2020 election effort, it is quite the quite the article. They call out just about everyone in Trump's orbit and essentially accused them of being co -conspirators in a crime to overturn the 2020 election. It's insane. It's insane to witness the absolute destruction of speech in this country. And I want to ask you a difficult question. I want to start with it. Did it begin with the Patriot Act? Did this begin with 9 -11? Because my hunch is it might have. And if so, then Republicans are culpable as well. I think the more immediate place we're at right now is due to COVID. COVID cracked open the door to say, hey, if you question anything about the vaccine or about masks or about lockdowns, we're going to destroy your life. We're going to get you fired. We're going to deplatform you. We might even put lock you up. If you dare, I know a guy who lost a job, a good job, because he expressed a belief on social media that he shouldn't have to wear a mask because his coworkers were triggered by him. Now, he has since sued the employer, and I hope he wins. That's still winding its way, I think, through the legal process. But that's just one example of many. Everybody has an example. Everybody knows an example of somebody who paid a heavy price for daring to open their mouth. It used to be that America is a place where you were allowed to open your mouth. You were allowed to question authority. You were allowed to question any narrative you wanted, and we weren't going to lock you up for it. Democrats in 2016 questioned the election. All of them did. I've played that montage for you 100 times. Hillary, John Lewis, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Jimmy Carter, they all said Trump didn't win. The New York Times isn't doing a big expose on them. The New York Times isn't calling them out. But now they're calling out, and I mean everybody, Ronna McDaniel, Ted Cruz, Mike Lindell, anybody within—in fact, I saw in the comments section of this shocking article in the New York Times, somebody said, well, shouldn't Fox News be next? What about talk radio? Yeah, that's right. The left wants to lock all of us up for daring to express opinions. When did this terrible, dark chapter begin? Was it COVID, or was it 9 -11 and the creation of the Patriot Act? Let's start there. I want to flood my phone lines here on this Monday in the Relief Factor studios with your phone calls. Right here in the Ph .D. weight loss and nutrition phone number, it's 800 -655 -MIKE. That's the way for you to join us. I want you to tell me where you think it began. Did it begin with 9 -11 and the Patriot Act? Because we're in a bad place right now. I just read that New York Times article three or four times in a sense of shock. Could not think they can get away with weaponizing and criminalizing free speech in America. And that's a bad place to be. Let's get your take on it. And again, you're smart. You got the smartest audience in the world. Where did it start? Did it begin with 9 -11? Did it begin with COVID? Did Republicans do enough to stop this? Give me your take on tyranny Democrat Party style 2023 America. 1 -800 -655 -MIKE. 800 -655 -6453. Press 1 to come on air with us. Press 2 to leave a voicemail. You can always text us your comments on the MyPillow text line. 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A highlight from Food and Gas
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, Dinesh D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. Dennis Prager here. Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show, commercial free, every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years worth of Hi everybody. Welcome to The Dennis Prager Show coming to you from Nashville, Tennessee. I wish I would add up the number of places I broadcast from in the course of a year. I do get to see this country.
Dinesh D'Souza: How You Can See 'Police State' in Theaters
"Dinesh, we're talking to Dinesh D 'Souza, you know this was the easiest kind of deal I think you've probably ever done. Dinesh came to me I don't know maybe a year ago or so and said hey Dan I'm really thinking about doing this film on the police state this is this metastasizing cancer we can't have this we got to do something not just about talk it and I was like yeah it's done like send me the details later like I'm a hundred percent in because I'm so concerned with this I saw the movie Dinesh I you read my email when I see you asked me for my feedback my wife was crying at the end of the movie I mean like actually crying not figuratively crying because the movie's such a damning indictment of where we are right now with the police state I just saw the trailer however for the first time on the air and I put it on it's it's already going nuclear on Twitter and true social already people are really going to be moved by this project you did an amazing job well thank you I'm really glad it's you know film number seven because I feel like over the years I've improved my skills and making these films and what's great combines an intellectually rich narrative but I've got all kinds of cider and first -person accounts of the police state by people who have direct experience with it and then we combine this with these stunning recreations which are emotionally just riveting so it's a heck of a movie I don't think it's like anything else I've done before we're releasing it originally kind of previewing it in hundreds of theaters and you can buy tickets now today is the first day and we know with 2000 meals what happened is that the tickets sold out and then people like I want to go to the theater and see it because I want to see it with my group I want to see it with friends my well now's the time to do it and you mentioned the website it's just beliefstatefilm .net not beliefstatefilm and .net it's a chance for people to sign up early and make some plans to go see this film in the theater with full effects
A highlight from The Vast Graveyard of Ivermectin Lies with Dr. Pierre Kory and John O'Shea
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, the next D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch anytime on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. Hey everybody, the impeachment of Ken Paxton is underway in Texas and Dr. Pierre Khoury on the war on ivermectin. Very important conversation. Email us as always freedom at charliekirk .com. Get involved with Turning Point USA today at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Start a high school or college chapter today at tpusa .com. Buckle up everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created. Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here.
A highlight from The No Interruptions Podcast - Who will be the Democrat's 2024 Nominee?
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, the next D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch anytime on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. Welcome into this week's Mike Gallagher Show. No interruptions podcast. The only rule, no interrupting allowed. So if you get frustrated when you hear a bunch of people on TV talking over each other and yelling at each other, if you get mad at big mouth Mike Gallagher for interrupting callers, this is a great place for you to settle in and hear two sides of an issue from two smart people who are going to present an opposing point of view. As you know, I've been maintaining for a long time now that it seems inconceivable to me that Joe Biden can be the nominee in 2024. I went on vacation last week in London and what Brits are saying about President Biden was pretty astounding. So let me bring two people into this conversation. John D. O 'Connor is an experienced trial lawyer. He's been practicing law in San Francisco since 1972. This is a guy you want in your corner if you're ever in hot water. He's the author of the new book, The Mysteries of Watergate, What Really Happened. And I'm really looking forward to reading his book. And Mr. O 'Connor definitely believes that Gavin Newsom will be the Democrat 2024 presidential nominee, which is something that I've sort of leaned into. Now, Douglas McKinnon is a former White House and Pentagon official. He was a writer in the White House for Presidents Reagan and George H .W. Bush. He writes for Town Hall, hundreds of columns in every major paper. And he's the author of the book, The Liberty 56 Lessons from Those Who Risked All to Sign the Declaration of Independence. So gentlemen, to both of you, I appreciate you taking time to join us today on the No Interruptions podcast. Mr. O 'Connor, let me start with you. You believe that Gavin Newsom will definitely be the nominee. I think a lot of signs point to that as well. To my vacation last week over in the UK, I started asking a bunch of Brits, Uber drivers and waitresses and waiters what they think about the American political scene. And it was astounding how many Brits would say to me, unsolicited, I can't believe you have a guy who's in the condition that Joe Biden is in as your commander in chief. They can't believe it across the pond. They cannot, and they certainly don't think it's sustainable. Is it your belief that based on Biden's infirm, you know, the feeble, you know, out of it physical condition he's in, is that what leads you to believe that Governor Newsom will be the Democrat nominee? Well, that's number one, Mike. The King has no clothes. Our media does not really publicize as infirmities as they should, but it's just obvious to anybody who's observing such as the Brits you're talking about. There's no mystery here. Now, think about it. It is a year and a half away from the next election. This guy can barely make it now. He can't complete a sentence, really can't carry a thought past a few seconds.
A highlight from Would The Deep State Try To Do The Unthinkable Against Trump?
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, the next D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on Local Now Channel 525. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all. This is The Mike Gallagher Show. Former president has a very strong grassroots base and we have seen that demonstrated. Who would have thought a mugshot on a coffee mug would be a winning idea for a politician, huh? The issue for him that I would be worried about is that in 2020 he was able to stay in his basement. They're talking about masks again. Maybe he'll go back in the basement. We cannot have four more years of Donald Trump in the White House. Now from the relieffactor .com studios, here's Mike last week. And as it so happened, I didn't even realize that my scheduled vacation was up against the Labor Day holiday. So I had kind of a long break, you know, and I recharged the batteries and I got a fresh clear head and clear eyes and I am ready to go. And it's Tuesday, September the 5th. I wake up this morning, I flip on an app, listen to one of the shows that I listen to and I hear the host boldly proclaim, Trump cannot win next year. I'm looking at the phone and I'm thinking, did he just say that? In September of 2023, with a 46 point lead over Ron DeSantis, this friend of mine said on air, Trump cannot win next year. And all I could think of was, it's a good thing I'm back. I am back just in time. I am on the way. Here I am. So welcome in to a safe space. If you are a lover of Trump's policies and what was accomplished, I mean, I don't know that he can't win. I don't know that he can win. We got to let the voters start voting because when the voters in Iowa and South Carolina and New Hampshire, when they all start voting, if the votes line up with the polls, it's going to be a short party for Ron DeSantis, period. And that's when he's got to say, I'm all in for Donald Trump. And that's when I pray Donald Trump will say, he's my guy and it's going to be a Trump DeSantis 2024 ticket, which is unstoppable. And it's even better when you think about DeSantis' ability to govern as Trump is facing all these legal challenges. It's just, isn't it wild when things that some people think are complicated are really real simple. Welcome aboard. We got a lot of territory to cover. I hope you join us. The PhD weight loss and nutrition phone number is 800 -655 Mike. That's the way you join us. Press one to come on air. I missed you. I missed the show. It's so weird. I went with my dear friends, Joey and Peg Hudson to London, and we did all kinds of sightseeing. The Hudson's dragged me out to High Clear Castle, which is the scene of Downton Abbey. I've never seen Downton Abbey, but they love it. And it was fun. It's a beautiful, beautiful, big, big mansion in the countryside. We saw some shows. We ate well. We enjoyed life, enjoyed friendship. We're all facing challenges together as a country, as Americans. And we just got to remember we're in this together. You just wonder, though, how far they're going to go to try to stop Donald J. Trump. How far will they go? And I'm going to talk about something that is unthinkable, but Tucker Carlson talked about it on his show on X, and it is a horrific thing to consider. But I was watching over the weekend Adam Schiff and Bernie Sanders and all these dirty Democrats who are now talking about dusting off the 14th Amendment. Maybe that's the case. Maybe at the polls. Maybe DeSantis can't stop him. There's no way to stop this guy. We're trying to throw criminal charges at him one after the other. Maybe we could try to put him in jail. But we realize that the Constitution doesn't preclude him from running and winning, even if he's convicted of any of these charges. Maybe we can trot out the 14th Amendment, because there's something in the 14th Amendment about an insurrection. Never mind, Trump hasn't been convicted of any kind of insurrection and won't be. He's not facing insurrection charges anywhere. It's about payments to porn stars and it's about documents and it's not everything else but insurrection. But maybe, just maybe, the 14th Amendment will work. Maybe that's going to be our ace in the hole. If that doesn't work, what's left? Well, Tucker Carlson said it, I think, over the weekend, a horrific, evil, terrifying prospect. I've prayed about this all weekend because they didn't even know whether to bring it up to you. But Tucker put it out there. Millions and millions of people are watching Tucker. I think this was during a conversation he had, if I'm not mistaken, with Dave Portnoy.
A highlight from Guest Host Carl Jackson On Our Two-Tiered Justice System In America
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, Dinesh D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. The Mike Gallagher Show. I built hundreds of miles of wall. If we didn't have it, it would be hard to believe it could be any worse. They're just letting people flow into our country. A country has to have borders. Some of the wall was up there and it would be laying on the ground rusted rotten steel, rusted rotten wood, and what the radical left crazy Democrats did. If there's a piece of wood laying down, they consider that a wall. I built because this is the game. They're a party of disinformation. In the ReliefFactor .com studios, here's Mike. Welcome back to the ReliefFactor .com studio. I'm your guest host Carl Jackson sitting in with the great Mike Gallagher and Joe in Kentucky, Louisville. I'll be going to you in just a second here. If you want to call into the program 1 -800 -655 -MIKE. 1 -800 -655 -MIKE. I just want to comment on that video, the last video that you saw on SalemNewsChannel .com with former President Donald Trump in that CNN town hall that he did with the lady that just got taken to school even though she tried to take him to school. That was so annoying. I could barely take that interview. Do you realize the Biden administration, a lot of that new material that we purchased, they've literally sold a lot of it off. They've sold it off. Even to try to rebuild and keep in mind when Trump says rebuild, a lot of the wall was being fortified. He didn't literally build hundreds of miles worth of wall, unfortunately. I wish he had the left and unfortunately some rhinos did everything they could to slow the border issue down. That's something that has to be started all over virtually again with the exception of the 40 plus miles that were added because the Biden administration literally are continuing to sell off some of the material. Some of the some of the material is just setting still not doing anything but they're selling it off. They did they did the same thing as a matter of fact with material from the Keystone XL pipeline. Just so you know how evil and disgusting and despicable the Biden administration and his leading up to this and this show. I'm going to show you how and thank you Tracy for reminding me the the woman was Robin from Hawaii from the state of Hawaii. I don't recall what island and and Derek you're right. I think more more people need to read the left so we understand what the left is doing so that we're not fighting so harshly against each other because I really do believe and I understand you want Trump to win. I got it. Fight for him like heck and you should and you should but there's a mistake I believe in sabotaging Adron DeSantis. I think there's a mistake in in in in saying nobody else should compete in the race and I'm not going to lie with you lie to you. I I don't want a lot of those people on the stage. The only people frankly that I care about and I know I'm going to offend some people out there are Trump DeSantis and Larry Elder and I'll tell you why and and I want to bring I want to bring I'll tie all this together. I promise you and Joe I promise you I'll get to Joe and Louisville, Kentucky. I'll be coming to you because you got an important call here that I that I want to take on but there's a reason why I I say Trump DeSantis and Larry Elder and I'm okay with those three. I'm okay with those three hashing it out. Now I do live in Realville you know Rush Limbaugh was the mayor of Realville. If I'm looking at the polls even though I I know that the polls are skewed I know that the polls are wrong I still know that Trump has a humongous lead over everyone. That is clear even in state polling that is very clear so it is more than likely that Trump will be the GOP nominee unless there's fewer people. I'm a selfish person. I like we the people. I realize that Trump if he gets in he gets four years and I'm sitting there thinking okay we need to win 2024, 2028, 2032, 2036, 2040. How do we do all this? How do how do we do all this? If if you think that it's going to be a four -year plan we're going to somehow turn America around in four years you're sadly mistaken. You're just you're you're sadly mistaken. The DOJ issue is the biggest issue in my opinion out there. The way that the DOJ the FBI how they've been utterly corrupted is the biggest issue but there's something I got to share with you. Unfortunately the DOJ and the FBI being corrupted just shows us that we're too late to the party so it is the biggest issue out there but unfortunately all of the other issues that preceded that in order to create a corrupt DOJ a corrupt FBI we're late to the party. I believe that Trump is better when it comes to that stuff right DOJ stuff and all that man he just I think he'll go in and just wreck shop. I love that. I think I think Trump is better instinctively with foreign policy. He's just honestly he changed my views on some foreign policy stuff and that I absolutely love and adore adore him for. I love his sheer tenacity force of will but I'll be straight with you when it comes to the stuff leading up to DOJ and Ron DeSantis is better and I don't care if you like that or not he's got an instinct for that. You don't have to you can whine like little girls on the left you can lie about it you can deny it you can do what some conservative columnists and and and influencers have been done uh doing that all of a sudden DeSantis is the worst but no I'm sorry he's our second best guy and I don't think it's even close and I think you're playing a seriously dumb game if you try to sabotage them. I think you're an idiot. I think you're a fake MAGA person and I don't think you're out for the country. I think you're out for yourself if you're trying to sabotage our second best guy. I just opinion for the betterment of America. You're an idiot. I want to make it completely and emphatically clear because this is not a one election game. We've come to the party way too late. Ron DeSantis' instincts on cultural Marxism and what led up to the DOJ corruption I'm sorry he's been better than Trump on that. When it comes to the issue of COVID I'm sorry I see all of the naysayers oh well Ron DeSantis is lying he did this he did these are the the whiners these these are the guys in the MAGA movement that need testosterone uh oh Ron DeSantis he's lying about you know he was he he was what are they saying oh he he locked down Florida and guys I live in Florida yes he followed orders just like everybody else but you had what's what's her name Kristi uh and I'm missing someone the lady in Iowa that were very strong on COVID but once DeSantis backed out of COVID he was better than anybody else by far by far it wasn't even close it showed me that he was instinctually getting stuff and he was strong enough to say whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa wait a minute here's what's going on now and he wasn't falling to the pressure so that's why I want to see Trump on stage because as much as I love Trump and we've got a video here saying don't comply with COVID well I'm sorry I love Trump I love Trump but I'm we the people first I want Trump to tell me what he learned so that he does about COVID uh and and the deep state so he never gets duped again when he's in office that's what I want to know I deserve that as a voter you may not want that that's up to you but I'm a we the people person I want that because you know what I don't have the resources to fight against the deep state I don't have them if they lock me up I'm gone away forever you're never going to hear me again so I'm pretty selfish I want to stay out of prison I don't want to be the proud boys guy that I'm gonna that I'm going to talk about uh later Larry Elder the reason why I want him is simple in my opinion Larry Elder is a better communicator than DeSantis he's a better communicator uh than than Trump and I think he can communicate those ideas better than them and even to minority voters I think he can communicate our ideas better to minority voters than DeSantis and Trump can so I figure let them fight it out I think Trump is going to win but let them fight it out because you know why with those three I think we the people win and the left is an isolated on Donald Trump where they can just aim all right so take everybody out of the race let let's take everybody out of the race and let's just let the DOJ the FBI the the mainstream media big tech every look at everything that has been unleashed on Trump now let's get everybody out of the way so they can just completely focus on him you know what Ron DeSantis is do you know what Larry Elder and I pray to God Larry Elder gets on the stage larryelder .com do you know what they are they are an insurance policy I'm sorry I love Tim Scott I love Tim Scott I think Larry Elder is a better candidate than Tim Scott so I hope to God that he gets on the stage all right because I want to hear them debate but they're an insurance policy you know why the left is scared to get rid of Biden those that are Kamala Harris I had somebody messaged me yesterday uh Carl I love you on the show but I disagree with you on this part the impeachment thing because Kamala Harris the left has no problem throwing black people under the bus even a black woman they will throw her under the bus quick fast and in a hurry she's an insurance policy for Biden you know who's an insurance policy because I read them all the time I'm just telling you the truth you don't have to believe it you don't have to agree with it I don't necessarily agree with it but when I read the left when I read the radical left the person who they fear the most is DeSantis whether you like it or not doesn't mean that it's true that is their perception because they believe that DeSantis is Trump not charismatic but will get crap done when he came in the office that's true I don't believe DeSantis at this point I mean unless he gets a one -on -one and there's a miracle that he's going to win the primary but I tell you the left yes they fear Trump but they also fear DeSantis why would you take the guy the second guy that they fear out and try to sabotage them the those of you that are doing that and and I'll say it maybe I'm sabotaging my career today you're complete and utter idiots and I don't believe you're MAGA I believe you're just you're I believe you're just what what's the word I just believe you're grifters I believe you just want to follow the crowd I don't believe you're for the betterment of America I don't believe you're for the empowerment of we the people I think you're full of crap to be frank with you this is Carl Jackson and for Mike Gallagher we'll be back unveil evil in nefarious the modern screw tape letters praised by Pastor Jack Hibbs my pillow is having their biggest sheet sale of the year you've helped my pillow become one of the most extraordinary success stories in America today well now Mike Lindell wants to give back exclusively to you a Mike Gallagher listener the percale and Giza dream bed sheet sets are available in a variety of colors and sizes and 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is just one -sided BS for lack of a better word what I will say is right now the senate is the most privileged nursing home in the country but to every COVID tyrant who wants to take away our freedom hear these words we will not comply so don't even think about it and now sitting in for Mike today in the relief factor .com studios here's Carl Jackson all right welcome back to the Mike Gallagher show coming to you live from the relief factor .com studio I am your guest host Carl Jackson sitting in for Mike Gallagher the number to call in 1 -800 -655 -Mike 1 -800 -655 -6453 thank you Tracy uh callers if you want to call back the lines are good apparently uh the uh callers were in some areas where the phones just weren't okay all right they're rebooting the phones right now so 1 -800 -655 -Mike 1 -800 -655 -6453 let me let me let me play an audio clip for you I think this is uh this is very interesting to me I'm actually surprised to to hear this but that's Derek Klingle being on it I want to go to Tucker Tucker says I agree and I quote I agree 100 after guest says uh Trump and Biden are too old to be president here's audio clip number two I'm actually kind of surprised to hear this but let's roll it uh I think both Trump and Biden are too old I think there should I don't think you should be able to be that old and be president uh but I think Trump trying to be a hundred percent more aware I I think Biden has got some serious dementia issues I'm I'm actually surprised to hear that I I can't uh I did not know he said listen I I do believe that there should be an age limitation that we we talked about this yesterday I do think that there should be some type of cognitive test obviously if you look at uh Trump he's he's I think he's 77 or 78 years old the guy acts like he's probably 60 I mean it's it's absolutely insane and then you look at Biden and it's simply not the same but I I do believe there needs to be some cognitive test and perhaps there does need to be an age limit at some point uh but I'm wishy -washy on that I'll admit I'm not a term limit guy I know a lot of people want term limits listen I just think evil people do evil things they'll just figure out how to do evil things even more quickly I think we need to leave a move a lot of these people out of Washington D .C.
A highlight from Back to ASU
"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, the next D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. Hello, everybody. Dennis Prager here. Thank you, Julie Hartman, for sitting in for me. I feel good hands. Needless to say, I was in Denver for the day. I was lucky that I was spoke for my radio station. One of my favorites, the Denver station. 96 degrees in Denver. By the time the evening comes, Colorado, or at least Denver, I assume Colorado generally, gets cool at night, unlike Arizona, let's say, where the only difference is no sun. It stays quite hot, as it does in Texas and other places as well. I am returning to Arizona State University on September 27th. So, that's 27 days from now with Charlie Kirk. You may recall a big controversy. The white nationalists as the professors, these lowlifes, these fools, these intellectual midgets, these liars. 37 professors. I've offered to go and debate any of them anywhere, to have them even come on my show. Of course not. Among their many awful traits is cowardice. People don't realize, because we're so used to it, we're inured to left -wingers hurling epithets of the worst variety. I mean, calling me a white nationalist, which is essentially a Nazi, a practicing committed Jew. I mean, calling anybody that, unless they are one. But they do that, because that is all the left has. Its entire weaponry is smear. That's it. Smear and lies. So, it's been announced that we're returning to Arizona State University, Charlie Kirk and I. So, listen to what some of the professors have to say. Michael Osling, a Barrett honors faculty professor. Wow. It sounds so distinguished. Honors faculty professor. You think of a person committed to intellectual honesty and truth and dialogue. I mean, isn't that what comes up when you think of honors professor? This time around, Prager and Kirk will not be speaking in my name or the name of the college to which I belong, said Michael Osling, a Barrett honors faculty professor in an email. This lessens my responsibility to speak up against them, but not my responsibility to stand in solidarity with the people that this group of trolls so delights in bullying and vilifying. Did you see that quote? You know what he's talking about? I assume he's talking about people trolling him, concerned he's trolling him. Oh, oh, oh. So, we're not trolls. He's being trolled. Yeah. So delight, wait. So, it does not, okay, I didn't understand that part. It does not lessen my responsibility to stand in solidarity people with the that this group of trolls so delights in bullying and vilifying. The trolls are people who have vilified him? Well, no, you see, that's what's not clear. Oh, you didn't say it was clear. Okay, I can't charge you with that. That's true. So, I thought I'm a troll who delights in bullying and vilifying. I'm not. Okay. Since the first Health, Wealth, and Happiness seminar, many of the Barrett faculty who signed the petition to distance themselves from the event have been put on Kirk's professor watch list. It sounds like you're on a list to be assassinated. I mean, it's a watch list. That's all it is. Beware, these are left -wing, radical, anti -intellectual liars. That's what it generally means to be on Charlie Kirk's professor watch list. If you send your child to this university, beware that this faculty member could not care less about truth, craps on this country, et cetera, et cetera. So, the left -wing professor should be allowed to say anything, no matter how irresponsible. And we're not allowed to say, gee, that's irresponsible. And parents and students, be aware that this professor is incompetent and is morally challenged, to put it as kindly as I can. In the months since the uproar surrounding the initial Health, Wealth, and Happiness event, said Alex Young, a Barrett Honors faculty professor in an email, since the uproar, well, didn't he create the uproar? Okay. Just want to make sure that I haven't entered the Twilight Zone. Surrounding the initial Health, Wealth, and Happiness event, it has been made abundantly clear that Dennis Prager and Charlie Kirk are attempting to use ASU as a stage upon which to promote their broader anti -inclusive and anti -intellectual agenda. May I say that it is obvious I run rings intellectually around people like Alex Young, whoever the hell he is. And I prove it because he would never appear on the same stage with me to debate. Okay. So why don't you, you know, I'm pretty prominent. Wouldn't you gain a tremendous following and tremendous gratitude from your fellow left -wingers if you simply demolished me intellectually? Why don't you try that, Alex Young? Because you know you're lying. That's why. You know that there's nothing anti -intellectual about us, but there is something profoundly anti -intellectual about you. That's why we're going back to Arizona State University. It's about the most interesting. Yeah, Health, Wealth, and Happiness. That's really bad stuff, isn't it? That's true. Charlie Kirk, when we were there last time, devoted his entire half hour to speaking about the benefits of keeping the Sabbath one day a week, shutting off his phone and social media. He's a Christian who's does it from Friday night to Saturday night. I don't even try to contact him. Not that I'm particularly contactable either. People know that. So it's a quiet phone on the Sabbath for me. That's what he did. There's one of the 37 signatories to begging people not to come to our talk. Does one of them even know what we talked about? The state of the professoriate is so low in the United States as to be worthy of weeping. And these Barrett Honors Fellows at ASU are just examples of that. They're no worse because you can't get worse. But there's certainly no better. One of the many, many revelations of the last few years for me has been the sheep -like quality that is built into most human beings. I've always heard, we've always been told the famous Japanese saying, the nail that sticks out should be hammered in. In other words, don't stick out. You'll pay a price for not marching with the herd. And so much of my life, I thought it was a Japanese or perhaps Asian characteristic, but it's a human characteristic. These are sheep, these left -wing professors. They're the people who teach your children to the extent that they teach. What else did I learn? I should write an article, what I've learned in the last four years or confirmed, either learned or had confirmed, the weakness of the conscience. This Alex Young goes to bed with a clear conscience. I have lied about two individuals, utterly lied and smeared, and I feel great about myself. So much for the power of the conscience. 1 -8 Prager, 776. this I trust man. That's why I mentioned him by name. Nick's been in this industry over 42 years, and he's proud of providing transparency and fair pricing to build trusted relationships. If you're interested in buying or selling, call Nick Grovitch and his team at AmFed, Coin and Bullion, 800 -221 -7694. Americanfederal .com. Americanfederal .com.
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"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, the next D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. Hey, everybody. It's the end of the Charlie Kirk Show. Ed Doud joins the program. What is going on in Maui? The media has forgotten. We have not. As always, you can email us, freedom at charliekirk .com. Please give us a five -star review on the Apple Podcast app. And I encourage all of you to get involved with Turning Point USA. That is tpusa .com. We have some very exciting tour stops coming up this fall. We have Amfest coming at amfest .com, America Fest in Phoenix, Arizona. Start a high school or college chapter to join our nationwide educational movement at tpusa .com. Turning Point USA is making hope happen on the front lines, tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Also, consider becoming a member of our program. You could do that at charliekirk .com and follow the cues. It's affordable for all income levels. We are adding exclusive interviews, ad -free episodes, and more. That is charliekirk .com. And click on that member button and follow the cues. I love hearing from all of you, so email me freedom at charliekirk .com. That is freedom at charliekirk .com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks.
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"We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, the next D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch any time on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now channel 525. at preggertopia .com I'm not going to say that George Strait automatically means that I'm here, but it's a good signal. Mark Davis in for Dennis. A certain Texas twang coming from George, if not from me, but a certain Texas flavor when I am here and it is always a joy to be here. Mark Davis from 660 AM, the answer where I am the happy morning host. And boy, was I happy to be here this morning. Happy being a relative term. It was demanding for everybody because I'm here in central time talking to the West Coast crew out there in Pragerland where everybody was working really late between radio and the Salem News Channel. Just fantastic coverage last night, post debate, all kinds of opinions flying thick and fast. So I'm just really enormously pleased to be here in one of my frequent fill -ins. It's always a joy to be here for Dennis. And you can follow me on Twitter or X or Guacamole or whatever they're calling that thing these days, at Mark Davis, M -A -R -K Davis. And the best way to get ahold of us, of course, is the phone lines that are used in the show every day. 1 -8 -Praeger -776, 1 -8 -Praeger -776. Again, I'm Mark Davis here in the big bustling DFW. And wherever you are, I have some things I need to know from you. You ready? And what I'm gonna do is put some of it in question form. Most of my obvious offering is to get your thoughts and ask the blanket question. What did you think of the two big things that you could see last night? One of them was the debate on a stage in Milwaukee. And the other one was seen by perhaps 10 times more people. I mean, are we at 200 million? At some point, everyone in America, if not around the world, will have seen Trump on Tucker. And we'll talk a little bit about whether it was smart for Trump to do Tucker instead of the debate. It certainly wasn't dumb, it certainly didn't hurt him. Because after all, as we've learned by now, nothing hurts him, at least not yet. And by the way, every candidate on the stage last night, every candidate on the stage last night, dreams of having a bump, having a boost like Trump will get today from another arraignment. This time under the aggressive thumb of Fannie Willis in Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. He will turn himself in at some point and you will then almost be able to palpably sense the fundraising boost, the poll boost. Here is the truth of the Trump poll numbers. There's something we know, but there's something numerical we don't know. Again, one eight Prager 776, one eight Prager 776. Talk about Trump's decision not to be on that debate stage. And then we'll talk about everybody that was on that debate stage. Cuz it was a fascinating night for Vivek, a so -so night for DeSantis. A really good night for Tim Scott, a surprisingly, momentarily at least interesting night for Mike Pence. Nikki Haley did great, but did she get enough Mike time? Chris Christie, that New Jersey bully boy thing, that just gets really old, really fast. And Doug Burgum and Asa Hutchinson were there as well, which is about the old, I got nothing bad to say about these guys. I've got nothing bad to say about these guys. Hutchinson was an okay governor of Arkansas, really needs to be awakened on some of the gender clarity necessities. Doug Burgum seems like a wonderful guy, and what a tough nut, keyword nut. Who plays basketball the night before a debate? Who does something that has even a remote injury risk? My colleague Mike Gallagher and I were talking, and he said, if I'm on the debate stage the following day, I'm putting myself in lockdown. I'm gonna be in bed, in some type of pneumatic bubble. Nothing will get to me, but so that I don't rip open my Achilles tendon. Which he did, so he had to crutch himself onto the stage. And I don't wanna be cynical enough to say that this strikes me as debate theater and that it was faked. I don't believe that, I don't wanna be that guy, I don't wanna be that cynical, but I will be this judgmental. How dumb is it to do something the night before a debate that can hurt you? So of course, I know driving on the highway can hurt you and da, da, da, da. So I have all kinds of hot takes on how I think everybody did. I'm gonna frame it in terms of what I expected versus how they did. And then we'll talk about what I expected from Trump on Tucker. I expected it to be stratospherically good, and it was. So we have specific Trump on Tucker observations, and we have specific debate participation observations. And it all takes place against this glorious, fascinating backdrop of late August, 2024. Here we are, we are still September, October, November. So we're still four and a half months before anybody votes for anything. Change is still possible, but how plausible is it? How many times have you heard people say, yeah, in this particular year, by this point, Newt Gingrich was in the lead? Yeah, in this particular year, Rudy Giuliani was in the lead. Well, guess what was not going on when Newt, obviously, neither gentleman ever became president or ever will, it seems, for multiple reasons. There was no Trump, nobody had a 50 point lead. It was just wide open, it was five or six or eight or 10 or 14 or 17 people all running now. Trump is the alpha dog, the king of the hill. There is nothing that has dented his support yet. I will tell you the one thing, I wouldn't even say might, I'd say the only thing that can, the only thing that can, and I'll do that here in a second. In fact, probably got to get to that first. 18 Prager 776, 18 Prager 776. And again, my name, Mark Davis, follow me on Twitter, X, whatever you want to call it. I can't say X, it's Twitter to me, I don't know, I'm an old fart, what can I say? At Mark Davis, and I'll take a look at those during the break. But the best way to get ahold of us, of course, with your thoughts, 776. 18 Prager Okay, I do have a fresh column in the Fort Worth Star Telegram, I'm proud to write for the Star Telegram and the McClatchy newspaper chain and Newsweek and Town Hall, but the thing I did an immediate, I pretty well do mean immediate, turnaround reaction column for was the Star Telegram. So if you go to star -telegram .com and look at opinions, find me, Mark Davis, there is my column that talks about how Vivek and Pence and Tim Scott helped themselves. I mean, the only people who did, but they did. But the enduring question, the enduring question is, can anybody catch Trump? Is that even possible? So if we start with the premise that they say anything is possible, not anything, okay? Asa Hutchinson, Doug Burgum, or Will Hurd winning the nomination is as close to not possible as the English language permits, okay? But let's just say that in these turbulent times, where almost everything seems volatile, it was volatility that kind of lofted Trump in 2016. There were a lot of frustrations, there he was, he seemed anti -establishment, he caught the wind of that in the sales of so many Americans. The timing was just, it was perfect for Trump. Now, eight years, next month, wow, he and Melania came down the golden escalator at Trump Tower. In a way, it seems like yesterday, in a way, it seems like 100 years ago. But anyway, everybody knows him now. And the love for him and hatred of him are both baked in so solid, so two things are true at the same time. With Trump as the nominee, you're going to get two things, guaranteed two things. The love for him and the devotion to him and the desire to flip a huge middle finger to the establishment that now pursues and persecutes him, that will be on fire with energy. The other thing that's gonna be on fire with energy, every Democrat, Biden could be actually dead and on the ticket, and Democrats will crawl on broken glass and walk through fire to deliver another loss to Trump. So that will be in furious force. So which of those forces, which of those phenomena is greater? I don't know, and neither do you. Are there risks to making Trump your nominee? There sure are. But are there risks that a whole lot of people seem totally willing to take? Yes, indeedy. So what is the one thing that might erode Trump support? And I'm not saying it will, but it's the only thing that can. I'll tell you next, and take your calls next, 1 -8 Prager 776. Mark Davison for Dennis. The Dennis Prager Show. Gold dealers are a dime a dozen. They're everywhere. What sets these companies apart, and whom can you really trust? This is Dennis Prager for AmFed Coin and Bullion, my choice for buying precious metals. When you buy precious metals, it's imperative that you buy from a trustworthy and transparent dealer that protects your best interests. So many companies use gimmicks to take advantage of inexperienced gold and silver buyers. Be cautious of brokers offering free gold and silver, or brokers that want to sell you overpriced collectible coins, claiming they appreciate more than gold and silver. What about hidden commissions and huge markups? Nick Grovitch and his team at AmFed always have your back. I trust this man, that's why I mentioned him by name. Nick's been in this industry over 42 years, and he's proud of providing transparency and fair pricing to build trusted relationships. If you're interested in buying or selling, call Nick Grovitch and his team at AmFed Coin and Bullion, 800 -221 -7694, americanfederal .com, americanfederal .com. So, whether you are watching, or listening, or both, we appreciate it. Mark Davison for Dennis here on Debate Night. I was gonna say morning after, depending on your time zone, the day after, what do we think? I'm gonna take some calls here and sort of intermingle my specific thoughts about how each candidate did. And of course, you know what the short part is, how Trump did with Tucker? Simply superb. It was just vintage Trump for 47 minutes and it was awesome. It was just a reminder of how great he is and why everybody wants him back, or nearly everybody wants him back. I will tell you, not to be a curmudgeon about this, but I still think he should have been on the debate stage. I totally understand his logic. Why should I? They're 50 points behind me. I don't need to show up for this. I totally get it. He's right about that. It did not hurt him to not be there, but it was a missed opportunity. There are millions of people for whom the last 10 times they heard Trump talk, it was all about Jack Smith, and Fannie Willis, and Alvin Bragg, and this persecution, and that lawsuit, and this vendetta, and that witch hunt, all of which is true. But it can be fatiguing to some folks who are not a junkie for this. And this would have been an opportunity for Trump with a bunch of rivals, and a bunch of pretenders to be sure, and a bunch of people at 0 .5%, and I know, I know, I know, I know, I know. But it would have been him talking about borders. It would have been him talking about crime. It would have been him talking about climate, which by the way, he did with Tucker, but he could have done that too. Not to get greedy, but why not do the debate and then sit down with Tucker tonight? Wouldn't that have worked? So yeah, but it was a statement. I understand it was a statement. It was a positioning statement that says, I don't even need to be on that stage as they all run for who's going to be the last person left when there are two candidates left standing. That is, by the way, what last night's debate was about. It's what the entire campaign is about for everybody not named Trump. At some point in the spring, there'll be two candidates left. One of them will be named Donald Trump, and the other one will not. And everybody wants to be that other person. And forever it looked obvious that it was going to be DeSantis. It doesn't look that way so much right now. Now it could really be the vague. Will that sustain? Is this kind of a flash in the summer pan? I don't know. Your thoughts are welcome. 18 Prager 776. As I get ready to go to the phones, here's the thing. Everybody, I get asked this all the time. Is there anything that could change the calculus? Anything where Trump just doesn't have that 50 point lead anymore? Because while we're talking math, here's what's undeniably true. Trump can win the nomination, can breeze to the nomination without poaching one single supporter from anybody on that stage last night. Obviously, he could do it tomorrow. DeSantis, just to pick somebody or the vague, let's go with DeSantis for the moment. He needs to poach half of the Trump poll numbers. He's got to go get half of those people. Half of the people saying we want Trump, half of the 50 some percent, if not more, who say we want Trump, who say that now in August, have to stop saying that by the time people are really voting in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina, and Nevada, etc, etc. So what is the one way that happens? And this is a half court shot, maybe a full court shot. And that is that some of the poll emotions right now, some of it, most of it is we want this guy to be president. We loved him then, we love him now, we want this guy to be president. You know, the usual earth logic that people use in expressing support for a candidate. But some of it, and it'll have to be a lot of it. And I don't know that it is. But certain x percentage of it has to be folks who may or may not require Trump to be their next president. But they are furious at what's being done to him. It is a show of support. I mean, why do you think the poll numbers will go up after he is arraigned today in Atlanta? Is it because a bunch of people will just look at issues around America and decide, oh, he is my guy? Some may, but most of the poll bursts and the fundraising bursts that happen after each continuing litany of indictments is people saying, oh, hell no. It's what I call the Jason Whitlock effect. Jason Whitlock is the wonderful broadcaster, blogger, who was on the Tucker one, I think might have been after the first indictment or the second one, I lose track. Jason Whitlock was on with Tucker when Tucker was on Fox and said, I don't even know what I think about Trump. I'm halfway with him, halfway not. I like some of what he does, some of it not. I don't know. But tonight I'm hardcore MAGA. Tucker, tonight I am hardcore MAGA, Jason Whitlock said. And it was as a statement of revulsion at what was being done to him. Now, if that's a bunch of Trump support, cuz here it is in one nutshell. By the time we get to, we go through Christmas, we go through the holidays, everybody digests their holiday meals. And then we all get rolling in January of 2024. And millions of Republicans go, whoa, okay, now it's what's always been serious. But now it's time, time with a capital T. It's not about whether we don't like Jack Smith or whether we think 2020 was rigged or whether we're just not about anything else. Other than it's about one thing, one thing, who beats Biden? Who gives us the best chance of beating Biden? And if the similar numbers of people who think so today think that that's Trump, and by the way, it may well be, then nothing will change. All these campaigns, all the DeSantis's, all the Viv Hanks, all the everybody's, I don't wanna say it'll be for naught, but it will not bear fruit. It will not bear fruit. If, however, and it's funny because right now we got the sort of the fresh angst, the renewed emotion and determination of what will happen after Trump is dragged before yet another tribunal for yet another non -crime. And we can talk about this some today if you want. There's really only one thing out of every single one of these stupid persecution prosecutions, all these indictments, all these things. Really, they only got him on one thing. There's one thing that he just really should have done differently. And that's the handling of those stupid documents. Give back the stupid documents. If you do that, then that's not even a problem. But all this election related stuff is insane. He thinks he got screwed. And guess what? So do I. Guess what? So do most of you. We don't get to believe that. And if we're him, we don't get to act on that and make phone calls and secure meeting space and tweet to somebody to watch a TV show, all of which has been criminalized by these lunatic prosecutors. But in January of 2024, it's not gonna be about that anymore. No matter how we feel about that. No matter how we feel and no matter how resentful we are of that and how much we wanna stick with him. And I mean, in that regard, if millions of people say, God bless you, sir, God bless you, we love your presidency. We want those policies back, but the damage seems to have been done.
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"Life Audio repetition can get a bad rap, but there's a reason why repetition is used as a tool. Because when we repeat something, we start to understand it, and we start to recognize it, and we start to enable it to become a part of our minds. And so we can take that same concept with God's word. If there's a particular passage we're starting to study or wanting to understand, we can start by repetition, meaning read it multiple times throughout the day. Post it around your house so it's in front of you. You can see it. It's a very practical way to get started. We're going to talk about that and more today. Stay tuned. God's word will change our life, but sometimes it's hard to know where to start. Well, that's where I come in. I'm Jody Niznick, host of So Much More Creating Space for God, a scripture meditation podcast. And each week I guide you through a scripture giving you space to listen to the Spirit and pray about what's on your heart. Then we have a thoughtful conversation with guests to help us go deeper. Listen and subscribe at lifeaudio .com. We get it. You're busy. You don't have time to waste on the mainstream media. That's why Salem News Channel is here. We have hosts worth watching, actually discussing the topics that matter. Andrew Wilkow, Dinesh D 'Souza, Brandon Tatum, and more. Open debate and free speech you won't find anywhere else. We're not like the other guys. We're Salem News Channel. Watch anytime on any screen for free 24 -7 at snc .tv and on local now, channel 525.
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"Turbulent times call for clear -headed insight that's hard to come by these days, especially on TV. That's where we come in. Salem News Channel has the greatest collection of conservative minds all in one place. People you know and trust, like Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, Charlie Kirk, and more. Unfiltered, unapologetic truth. Find what you're searching for at snc .tv and on Local Now Channel 525. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all. This is The Mike Gallagher Show. Even when everything you say makes sense except it's all bullshit. It's all non -stop. We know this is designed to banish and isolate and to destroy a political outsider. That's the funny thing about this Democrat party. It does hate America. It's hated America since its founding. Voters decide who our presidents are. Not district attorneys, not big donors, not anchors, not pundits, not lawyers. Voters decide. Now from the relieffactor .com studios, here's Mike Gallagher. The voters get to decide. And the voters are going to decide. I'm convinced of that. If not, my country is gone. Welcome aboard. It's Wednesday. I was reading this morning about the Fulton County Sheriff's Department and how the sheriff says, oh, they're all going to get booked and processed. Trump and the 18 other indicted co -conspiracers. There's going to be this three -ring circus next week, a week from Friday, where President Trump and Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell and all the rest of them are going to get booked and processed like common criminals at the Fulton County Jail. There's one goal there. You know what it is. It's to embarrass. It's to intimidate. It is to attack a guy that more than half the country loves. And every attempt to embarrass him is going to result in his popularity increasing. Every effort to embarrass him is going to result in greater popularity for President Trump. I had a No Interruptions podcast that dropped this morning. Wherever you get your podcasts, I hope you subscribe to The Mike Gallagher Show No Interruptions podcast. It's really special because we present two points of view without any interrupting. You know, there's a lot of interrupting with Mark Davis this morning. You'll hear it today, the Eminem experience. Mark and I disagreed mightily about my belief that if Ron DeSantis and all the other Republican candidates would simply throw their support behind Trump right now, drastic times call for drastic measures. Jack Smith and Fannie Willis and all the rest of them, Biden's Justice Department, Merrick Garland, they want to destroy your ability to elect the next president of the United States. They're what an amazing, inspirational move it would be if Governor DeSantis said, you know what, I'll try again in twenty twenty eight. But right now I'm all in for Trump. I can't believe they've weaponized the Justice Department this way. It cannot stand. It will not stand. I'm in for Trump. And first of all, DeSantis becomes the single most popular politician in the history of America. His twenty twenty eight landslide would be guaranteed. Second of all, Trump's election in twenty twenty four would almost certainly be guaranteed. These Republicans could unify and have the opportunity to turn this whole thing around just like that. Now, it's not going to happen. I'm sure I'm delusional, perhaps. But man, oh, man, what a game changer that would be. And Mark Davis, boy, he went off on me. He just thinks I'm crazy, delusional. I don't want to let voters vote. I'm Hugo Chavez. I'm Venezuela. He kept arguing with me today that I'm trying to take away the right to vote. I said, Mark, that's precisely what Biden's Justice Department is trying to do. Don't you get it? And for Mark and people who feel the way Mark feels, it's just business as usual. Let's let it all play out. Let's have the primaries. Let's have the debates. Oh, next week. OK, let's get our popcorn out. There'll be a lot of drama, but that's OK. It'll all sort itself out. It's not going to sort itself out. People are going to have to stand up and and do things they would have never considered doing before. And I believe that would include Republicans unifying behind Trump. It could be a pipe dream, but then again, hey, it's 2023. Anything is possible. So back to this no interruptions podcast, a back and forth. This week's no interruptions podcast was between Caroline Wren, who's the former finance adviser for Trump, his Trump Victory Finance Committee. She's also been working with Carrie Lake and David Carlucci, who's a Democrat strategist and a former Democrat New York state senator. And we debated election integrity. Caroline said something and there's no interruptions. First of all, make sure you check out this podcast. Again, subscribe to The Mike Gallagher Show, no interruptions podcast wherever you get your podcast. You're going to want to hear this one. Again, no back and forth, no crosstalk, no interference. You get to hear both points of you uninterrupted. But Caroline explain why there is so much doubt about the integrity of the 2020 election. And so I wanted to lift that cut. I want to play that clip for you from yesterday's pot for this week's podcast. I want you to hear why millions of us are cynical about the outcome of the 2020 election. I don't think I've ever heard anybody in just a minute and seconds 54 so perfectly summarize the problems of the 2020 election and why we have so much doubt. I want to play that for you coming up here in the Relief Factor Studios. I also want to invite you to join us, 800 -655 -MIKE. We've also been taking a poll, The Birch Gold Survey at MikeOnline .com. Make sure you answer the question there, the poll question, every day brought to you by Birch Gold. All you got to do is text the keyword Mike to 98 -98 -98 and we'll send you a free info kit on owning gold, silver, precious metals. 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"souza" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"We need a black history month in any case, I'm going to proceed to provide you with a very relevant black history lesson. Trump is sort of unloading on desantis. I'll offer my analysis of the strategy behind this. I'll review the statement of Nancy Pelosi's daughter, which seems to kind of give the game away on January 6th. And I'll explore a contemporary theological debate regarding the apostle Paul and his letter to the Romans. This is the dinesh d'souza show.
"souza" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Ford is halting production and shipments of its electric F one 50 lightning pickup. Brian shook reports. The company said there's a potential battery issue, which is currently being investigated. Ford hasn't shared any additional details, but found the issue during its pre delivery quality inspections. I'm Brian shook. After a fatal shooting, Alec Baldwin's rust will resume production this spring more from ABC's Jason nathanson. We knew the movie rust would finish filming in part to honor the work of cinematographer Helena Hutchins. Now we have more details about when production will restart. Producers of the film saying a statement that the pick back up this spring with new safety officers is a part of the crew and a pledge that no working weapons will be used and there will be no ammunition of any kind on set, returning director Joel Souza was also shot on set by the gun and Alec Baldwin's hand says it's bittersweet to return, but a privilege to see the film through on Hutchins behalf. The statement makes no mention of Baldwin, who is facing manslaughter charges. Jason Athens and ABC News. Hollywood. From ABC News, tech trends you may be familiar with Spotify wrapped. Well, it's not just for music lovers anymore. Welcome to my urine dating rap. Somebody came up with the idea of doing a dating wrapped on TikTok. Amelia Sampson is an online creator focused on dating culture. She says the dating wrapped trend became popular with hinge and Tinder users posting videos of homemade PowerPoint presentations. Breaking down how many led to a second date, what did we do on each first date? How many of these people ghosted me? I went on 13 first dates, proper dates this year. And while not all data is good data. Sam's 2022 dating wrapped. Bring on the trauma. Samson says the trend was a welcome dose of reality in an often challenging social media landscape. Like Instagram is seeing happy couples and feeling like you're all alone. There's something really comforting about the camaraderie of like, okay, yeah, we're all so like not doing great at this, but we can laugh at it. With tech trends, I'm Mike de buskey, ABC News. The
"souza" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It's the big take from Bloomberg news and iHeartRadio. I'm west Kosovo. Today, farmers are protesting rules that order them to slash emissions. And from their tractors, from their cows. The tensions we're seeing in the Netherlands are also playing out in other countries around the world to talk about that, agnieszka de Souza joins me from London, she is a food reporter and also known affectionately as Bloomberg's food czar. Aggie, thanks for being here. Thank you for having me, Wes. Hey, when we talk about the biggest pollutants, it's often oil or coal, but as we just heard from Dietrich, the Netherlands is zeroing in on agriculture pollutants and in your own reporting you describe how other countries in Europe and around the world are also targeting agriculture. Why is this happening now? Farming and agriculture is still relatively little and just to driver of climate change there's more effort and more understanding that I think the public opinion is changing. When it comes to impact of farming on the environment, it's actually pretty big. Agriculture itself accounts for a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions, growing your food, but then also transporting the food, all the way to retailers. That actually accounts for about a third of global greenhouse gas emissions, so it's actually substantial. And just looking at livestock, livestock is a major driver, other missions of the land usage of water consumption of so many different aspects and cleaning up agriculture can not happen without tackling the environmental footprint of
"souza" Discussed on Revision Path
"Educators who started a charter school in Harlem was talking about how he wants to get his degree at Howard and he learned so much and but like as soon as he got out, he'd be able to change and improve the entire education system within two years. Three years, if he was being lazy, but he had all the information necessary and he was going to get in there and make all those changes. I think that's where I was when I first started teaching. I was really enthusiastic about the education that I got. I felt super empowered about it. And I immediately felt like I'm going to jump in and make all of these changes. The longer I've been teaching, the more I've realized that it's never an immediate change, you can never change the flow of the river that you're in. But you can disrupt the water. And if you make these minor disruptions over time, you can make and you can make an immediate impact. Well, not immediate, but you can make this impact for that immediate space, which you might not be able to change the flow of the water that you're currently in. And I think that's something that I've had to kind of sit with. And I guess be more strategic about what impact can I have and what impact will I be? Will I be okay with having if I can't change the entire flow of the river itself? What do you think about kind of the state of design education now as it relates to diversity? Because I'd imagine what the years that you've put on this conference now, and even changing the different schools that maybe you have gathered a bit of a reputation. A good reputation, I mean, but you know, from your perspective, how do you see design education? I think design education is at this really interesting spot. I think their topics about the colonizing design practice and there were a lot of people that are doing a lot of work on plural reversal approaches, professors such as Leslie in the well. Continue to do amazing things and encourage me and a lot of the stuff that I do. I think there are a lot of folks like Cheryl Cheryl Miller and her collaborations with designers off of the continent of America and working with Afro based designers. And it's something to bring their aesthetic and their design language into the forefront, I think, is also something that's really interesting. From an institution standpoint and a university standpoint, I think a lot of the difficulty ends up being and people being threatened by the change or being uncertain how to how to handle the new wave of demands that are coming for design institutions and programs, especially as the student populist becomes browner from one generation to the next. I think in a lot of ways, it's an exciting time to be a student and it's an exciting time to be a professor and see universities make room for these things to happen. I would imagine a difficult time for those that have no idea what steps to take next. If I've never had to consider anything other than Swiss design or anything other than the Bauhaus. And now you're saying that there are all of these other visual languages or aesthetical approaches or cultures that I should include in my curriculum and give equal amounts of respect to this one thing that I've made my bread and butter over the last 30 to 40 years. I can imagine that there's a lot of anxiety. But still, it's necessary in anxiety is never a reason to be paralyzed by anything. Have you encountered any of that, like from other educators? Yeah. Yeah, all the time. It's usually not as direct as this makes me feel nervous or I don't necessarily know how I can stack up to attempting to do this, but a lot of times it may come off in passive aggressive terms of we've done it this way for so long. And maybe you should just learn how to do it the way that we've been doing it before you make recommendations for changes. Yeah, I don't think people ever come out and say that, hey, this makes me feel uncomfortable and insecure about approaching this particular subject matter. Can I work with you on this? It's usually this attempt to kind of stopping the clock or slowing down change. And that's not necessarily me saying Texas 8 thing. I think that's something that's happening in a lot of places within the industry. Yeah, I've had a few other design educators on the show, particularly last year that spoke to that as well, and also speaking to how I guess students are looking for more from their design curriculum, they're looking for more from their design educators in terms of how they see the world now and the work that they're doing. They want to know how can they be more, I guess involved in different causes and stuff like that. From your perspective, like have you seen a similar kind of change over the years from your students? Yeah, definitely. So in my graduate research, and I was against state university, there were a few interviews that I did where I asked students how they ended up choosing their majors. And there were a number of students that ended up choosing a major just because some of the course material was interesting to them. So there's one student in particular that group in a predominantly white neighborhood, but that student was black. So that student felt that there wasn't enough access that he had to finding a more information about people that looked like him within the city and neighborhood he lived in. So he ended up taking a few African American history courses and then that ended up becoming his major because he fell in love with the subject matter. I feel like there were a number of visual students that I've taught that have been a part of design programs both at Texas state and la Roche and try see when I talk there and also I can't stay when I was a graduate assistant. And there's this interest in exploring visual languages that relate to them culturally that they can see themselves and I think it's really amazing for them when they find that, but it does create a space for a space of pedagogical opportunities for professors if we're willing to bravely lean into it. One conversation I had with a few of my cohorts recently, especially considering that Texas and the university is within the Southwest of the nation. I mentioned, I think it would be a really good idea. It's a start doing research and creating course work on materials around the influence of San Marcos has a huge Mexican population as this Texas in general. But trying to do this course on the influence of Mexican and southern American aesthetics on the design language of the Southwest. I feel like you teach a course like that to some of some of our students that are looking for something different than Swiss and Bauhaus design or your essential perspectives on things. I think that's also another opportunity where you can then teach something that allows a student to have a greater appreciation for a culture outside of themselves or give a student an opportunity to further contextualize their own identity and have a great appreciation for some of the things that they were exposed to without having full knowledge of what the richness of these things were. Now, along with those kinds of opportunities, you've also managed to network with and meet a lot of other black design educators. Tell me how that's been. It's been amazing to be completely honest with you. I have been able since the first day of black design to meet a number of people and try to find ways to collaborate and or talk about new pedagogical approaches or projects that are being offered in classrooms. I met consistently with kalina sales, doctor Perry sweeper and doctor roji in our.
"souza" Discussed on Revision Path
"Or creative control fest, which takes place in Columbus, or, you know, like it doesn't shy away from those events or try to pit one against the other. Like it's all one community, but at least it's all one shared community I should say like, if you're a black designer now, this is probably the best time in history for you to attend events that specifically speak to you as a black designer. Like it hasn't ever been, I think this good in terms of variety. Yeah, at least not that I can recall. And yeah, I feel that wholeheartedly. It's really interesting the entire idea of these separate organizations that really are in support of one another. And aren't looking to kind of pit anyone against anybody. No one's asking attendees of one not to go to the other. And in fact, we're usually co promoting. Whenever where the black designers or black unite has something, if they send it to me, I'm always always always promoting and pushing people to attend and they've done the same thing for me. And it's really been appreciated. Now you're juggling state of black design of course with teaching your design educator, you're an assistant professor at Texas state university in Austin. When you're back on the show the first time you were teaching at la Roche college, which is in Pittsburgh, what is it like teaching at Texas state? Tell me about your classes, your students like, how is it? Texas state is a really interesting place. It's about 30, 40 minutes south of Austin and also about 30, 40 minutes in north of San Antonio. So it's sandwiched between these two major cities. And in terms of diversity, it's probably the most diverse institution in terms of student base that I've ever taught at. And it's really beautiful to kind of see. In terms of things that I've taught there, I typically teach a few design research classes, both of the graduate and undergraduate level. And I've also taught foundations and typography. But I consider myself more to be a design researcher, so I'm always happy you're teaching the former than the latter, the latter courses. And now do you have a specific focus of your desired research while you're at Texas state? I would say yes and no. So at the graduate level in the past of talks, a class called communication seminar, which is kind of an introduction to design research methods and students can use for their thesis. So I began educating students on research methodologies like quantitative research methods, literature reviews, so forth and so forth, how do you build your design direction, map out your plans? Constructing logic models. So forth and so forth, identifying stakeholders, yada yada yada. I teach a class called designer experience as well. Where I typically tend to leverage some of my own graduate based research around using design that only to using design classroom not only as a space to develop new skill sets, but also expand considerations on what things could be applicable for. So I'll teach design research methods and some UX techniques, but rather than using them for digital artifact, I ask students to kind of expand their thought process on what an interface is. It doesn't necessarily have to be strictly digital, but it's anything that anybody interacts with. So if we're designing for behavior purposes, how can we use these research methodologies in order to bring about a particular behavioral change versus doing it strictly for additional clicks or site visits or things of that nature? Sometimes we will work in collaboration with other organizations. One summer I saw the course we worked in collaboration with kyo hogas, municipality, housing authority. They were applying for $50 million grant to improve the quality of life for residents in a lower income community. And we asked to be a part of the project. So we jumped in while we were performing the research and began asking questions to identify certain things that were happening in the community, that design could be used to leverage as a solution to improve quality of life. One of the problems that we ended up finding was given the conditions that folks were living in. One thing that they definitely were missing was adequate opportunities to build community with one another and communicate with one another while also bottlenecks around communicating with the leasing office and people that manage the property. So we propose the number of solutions that had nothing to do with digital components, but were more so interfaces that we can build on the community grounds themselves to kind of improve that person to person and persons of business interaction on these grounds in order to change some of the cultural issues that were happening within that particular space. This year, there are a few projects that we're going to be working on as well. They're all about community engagement, interacting with a group of people, but then attempting to solve a problem for behavioral change while using design as a solution. For me, I find this a lot more interesting than working along the lines of an arbitrary design brief because I feel like the strictly giving students a brief doesn't give them an opportunity to meet people and expand their thought processes. And if as designers were supposed to be this empathetic group, but we never get an opportunity to meet or engage with the people that we're designing for. We're strictly designing within our own locked in biases, and that can also be very dangerous for marginalized audiences. So putting them in a position where they have to get out of the classroom and interact with an audience puts them in a space for their challenging their own perceptions and what a compliment. And if they're designing with this audience and as they're working, as they're meeting them, that's your engagement. It puts them in a process of thinking, you know, my best results or realizing that my best results can come at hand when I'm working directly with the person who the solution is for versus working behind a desk without ever having to engage with them. I'm curious, you know, you've been there now for about three years. How would you say things have changed since when you kind of first started there? Because it sounds like what you are doing right now is something you maybe had to work up to getting to. I'm still at a point where I'm attempting to recommend changes. And then get by and around those changes, which isn't a slide against Texas state. I think the reality is I'm an extremely young professor. I'm only 35 years old and many of the professors around me have been teaching for just as long as I've been living in some cases. So for me to be this young and common make attempts to challenge the way that certain things are being done, even if I'm citing that a new research or things of that nature, for any program, would be a lot to take in because that whether directly indirectly illuminates that for potential changes to come, they'll need structural pedagogical changes as well to make room for some of these changes. So I think for myself, there's still this need to kind of get buy in or to prove the benefit of particular things that other folks may not be super familiar with. How would you say you've grown as an educator since you first started teaching? I think there's a number of different things. I think naivete is something that I've shared a lot. Have you ever seen the there was a documentary on charter schools? It was called waiting on Superman. Oh, yeah, I saw that. Yeah. Yeah, I'm watching it again recently. There's a section of the movie. The documentary one of the.
"souza" Discussed on Revision Path
"Really felt nerve wracking, but gratifying is actually put together. You were one of the folks that actually came out and spoke with the initial one. And I want to make sure I take my time to thank you for that because I know that you're super busy and you sacrifice your time to speak at the event. But one thing that we all spoke about afterwards was the response of the iron Twitter from it. There were studios that tuned in live and actually created visual graphics of what was being discussed. There were people that tweeted and sent personal messages about how they never felt so seen or heard in the field itself. There was just such heartwarming messages that were coming into response to this at a time period where there was so much anger in anguish. So it felt really good to kind of put that together. Yeah, I remember seeing a no web flow was one company that sort of did these sketch notes right along with it. And for those that are interested, the 2020 event, I think it's on YouTube, right? Yeah, yeah, yeah, it's on YouTube. Yeah, and it was myself. It was Rene Reed a couple other folks who have been on the revision path podcast, but that was a really great event. It was just kind of this one day thing that we all came together and spoke and it was a lot of fun and I'm glad to see that you got that kind of feedback from it. Yeah, I needed that as well. Timothy Brad levins, who's also been on the show, spoke with me before programming before I began blending the second event. And he said to me like playing a conference, you typically do it in four stages, the first stage is, oh my God, I'm so excited. I can't wait to do this. Second stages are man. This is so much harder than I thought it was going to be. The third stage is I can't believe I agreed to do this. I'm never doing this again. What was I thinking, then the fourth stage? Once you start getting the responses, you know what? It wasn't that bad. I can do that again. All of the positive messages that I got at the time period, but the battery in my back to be able. So it's a kind of do it again the following following year. So given the popularity of the 2020 event, what can we expect from state of black design this year? Because you're putting it on again. So there are a couple of things that I'm trying to do differently that I think people can be really excited about. The initial event was really my attempt to give people a space in a platform and not necessarily do so in a manner that felt control looking thrived. I really wanted everyone to be able to speak their truth and talk in a way that other conferences have not allowed them to. And I think that was a part of the success of the initial events. The sheer rawness of some of the discussions. The second event was really making an attempt to continue that on, but part of the response that I was getting was really from companies that were trying to figure out how do we then create this pipeline for designers of color into industry that we are struggling to find. So I used this event as a mechanism to create this pipeline. I was going to use donations and sponsorships to keep the cost of the event free to students, but then leverage that money to pay our speakers as well as make attempts to offer scholarships to students that are studying design as well. So for this event, the conversation that I had with the number of the sponsors and stakeholders was really along the lines of what are some of the areas that are participants can be best served going forward. And one of the things we talked about is it's great to have these avenues open up, where they can interview, then IBM if they'd like to or an Argo design or materials or PayPal Adobe and everyone else that sponsored the event. However, especially considering that a lot of these participants are coming from programs that may not have the funding to give the same level of education within design and some other institutions or some folks of participating that are self taught, it would be amazing to give some professional development opportunities. So this year, I've been speaking to a lot of folks about hosting workshops in order to teach the people that are tuning in some new skill sets that they can use to improve their portfolios or to add new weapons to their utility belt when not to make a comic book pun and to improve their skill sets on a day to today basis something else that they can pull on to solve complex problems. Additionally, we're speaking about hosting projects that can be worked on with particular employers to kind of gain exposure to what particular assignments are like. So not only can you interview, let's say, for example, with an NBCUniversal, which will also be a sponsored events, but they will also be giving competitions where you can design a movie poster for a film that doesn't exist, but it then becomes an opportunity for you to engage with art directors in this particular industry and talk about potential internships or ways that you can improve that work. There are also making steps to expand our target base. And we're beginning to invite and have additional programming for high school juniors and seniors. So if you are getting ready to go into a college and your visual creative in your high school K through 12 education, which you don't know what a career will look like as a designer, how to begin it, how to start searching for a community or a community while on campus or even the right campus appropriate to go to where beginning this process of attempting to educate some of those students as well to try to set folks up for the success that they're looking for. Wow, so it sounds like it's kind of expanded almost into this career fair. I mean, of course, there's gonna be the different talks and stuff, but you're doing also a lot around making sure students are set up with interviews and other opportunities to network with companies. Yeah, yeah. I really want to backtracking if after the initial event, there were a lot of companies that, as I mentioned prior, that we're looking to find ways to diversify their workforce. And if that's the discussion that they're having, I want to be able to bring people to them, especially when a lot of people participants up these events are also saying that they would love to work for some of these Fortune 500 companies. However, I also want to make sure that I'm providing an avenue by which they can continue to improve the skill sets that they have in between the attending our conferences and in between their potential interviews for one position to the other. So my hope is if a student who begins to attend from their junior year of high school takes advantage of some of the workshops that are there, if they continue to attend these workshops and listen to these panels and interview with these companies that have been sponsoring their exposure and the connections that they would have made by the time they graduated would put them further ahead than it would have if they've never attended and never worked on anything outside of what was in their classroom. Who are some of the speakers for this year? Aw man, we have a ton of great speakers this year. This year, we will be headlined by Nicky Giovanni, which I'm super excited about. We will also have jelani Cobb who will be speaking. We will also have Anne Barry fellow Kent alone that will be there. We will have Regina Gilbert, lacy Jordan will be there Theresa Moses, Silas Monroe, Mary a MoMA, Mike Nichols, Colleen, kalina sales, a better Samson, rajas Shar, trade seals will be giving a work shop on type design. We will have Jennifer white Johnson to be hosting a panel on disability design. Kelly waters will be there. She'll be zinc from Microsoft will also be there as well. And this is just the name of the list is really extensive this year. I was going to say that's a lot already. Yeah. It's just an amazing list of people. And I'm really fortunate that they have all been willing to participate in this. It's interesting, you know, we talked about 2020 just earlier and one thing among many things that stuck out for me that year was just seeing how many black designers found community online that year. I think because of events like state of black design and so many others that started that year, black designers came around these events and really formed this sense of community. Have you felt that since the state of black design? I feel like the year by the state of black design, there were so many things happening within the community and people attempting to build their own table. That I think that year in general, when the first state of black design happened, we also had where the black designers hosted by mitzi, black ignite, which was hosted just a couple months after that, by Heather Lee, he also had their events as well as myself, which I believe was the last events of the year. We were all kind of in communication with one another, especially after our initial events happened. And we've all leveraged one another in order to keep everyone going. We each kind of serve a different role, but have each come together and kind of as a family, just to kind of keep things going so for the second events, I know we had Jasmine Kent from how I believe in black ignite and mitzi all sit on a panel together. I've consulted with mid scene, heavily on a number of things that I was doing for black ignite heavily brought me on to give a keynote. And I say all of this to say like there's not only been a community in terms of the following, but the folks that have been attempting to lead these separate initiatives have also been coming together to assist one another. So it's a fight and champion for the things that they view as important. And I feel like that's something that's been extremely beautiful and powerful. When considering three, four years ago, a lot of these spaces weren't available. There was no state of black design or black ignite or where the black designers and the followings for each have been extremely impressive. Yeah, they really have. I mean, of course, for folks that have been falling revision path around the time I talked all about where the black designers had mitzi on the show and everything. But yeah, it is interesting seeing how all of that has and I mean, I have to say it has come together very quickly. I mean, even from my somewhat limited perspective of looking at kind of the landscape of the design industry from 2013 to now and seeing how few events and things there were around black designers, even just media, when I started revision path, there was not any other podcast that we're talking to black designers about the work that they've done. And now, of course, 9 years later, there's several others besides myself, but just to see how things have grown in such a very short period of time, I'm curious to know, why do you think these other events just don't get it? Because what I find interesting, you know, aside from the speed of all of this is how I don't want to say how limited the resources have been, but y'all really pulled all this together from nothing. Like you put out a web page or you put out a call on Instagram or something and you have thousands of people flocking to you registering, you know, signing up for your event, spreading the word, fostering community. And you see larger larger slash other design competitions or events and things like that. That don't even come close to that. Why do you think that's the case? I think it's the number of reasons going back to my thesis research that I know we talked about in the initial interview large percentage of black college students that end up going to these so they end up going to social serving programs because based off of the research they did in my graduate year of college, there are a lot of students that when choosing a major will choose majors that help them either contextualize things they've experienced or choose majors that help them advocate for others. And I think that advocacy piece for a lot of people comes off as being political. I think design while it can be at school that's used for advocacy, it's often communicated solely as a tool of luxury. So even in terms of how conferences typically communicate themselves. And so if you go to not calling not picking at any conference in particular, but if you visit Hughes site, it's really all about how to learn the latest and greatest and designing for Fortune 500 company or a major firm that's dealing with a Fortune 500 company. But it's never articulated. It's never really given any attention to areas that may be of concern for people of color. And the reason being is that design always wants to come off as being apolitical. And my thesis research I quoted Melissa Harris Perry in her books as a citizen she had the segment where she talks about whenever people think of politics, they're often thinking about Democrats, Republicans, when in reality, the art of being political is really attempting to pull one person's attention from one thing to something else. So if I'm trying to get you to look somewhere that you're not currently looking that happens to be political, and then she then makes the argument that being black in America is really a political act within itself because you're consistently at something to get people to recognize your humanity. So the discussions that we have at a lot of these events are not just about being a better designer or what you can do in the workspace, but it's really these difficult discussions around the nuances of being marginalized. How do you exist in a space being a black person where you might be micro aggressed or the racism that you experience may not be as subtle all the time? It can be subtle and sometimes it's going to be very direct. What can you do to protect yourself mentally emotionally and physically? What are the recourses? How can other people be there for you to support you through these types of things? And in many cases, these are conversations that aren't really had in your traditional conferences, but their topics of discussion. And there are things that black signers are speaking about whether or not these conferences are including them. And not to mention traditional design programs typically tend to keep things very or centric. And they don't typically provide much room for cultural relativity or exploration into the cultures that a lot of people of color may come from. So if you now have workshops that are being done, so for example, trace seals will be giving his workshop a lot of his work is predicated on designing typefaces of marginalized audiences. That's not something that would traditionally be taught at a design school currently. But if it's something that's being provided out of workshop, it now becomes something that deals in that new ones and becomes interesting to people that have been marginalized. They want to know more about that history, but also how do I leverage that history and culture into my professional practice? Black ignite, how design where the black designers and state of black design each give you an opportunity to have that conversation safely. And also learn to explore visually, things.
"souza" Discussed on Revision Path
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"souza" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie
"Just hope that he's doing well. I there's a rumor going around. I have no idea if this is true or not. So crappy from wrong that. He was in the hamptons like the day after it happened. But i don't know if that's completely sure not by was like he could have a home there and be there and coping with everything that happened. But someone's dead that means that somebody gets charged with what manslaughter or something. I mean right now. It doesn't look like anyone's going to necessarily get charged with the with like manslaughter or a wrongful death or something but but You know endangerment whatever other things potentially happening on sad and it could be you know crew and production team. And i. I just i'm confused. Why in two thousand twenty one This was ever even a thing lee. Why even use blanks. Why i mean we have the technology like if you can build an entire world for loki to go transit through like on streaming television. You can certainly you know. Cg a gun yeah. It just doesn't make sense to me sound effects and there. Yeah no. I completely agree. It's i can't even like what you were saying nicole. I can't even imagine the head. Space alec baldwin might be in right now just like having to live with that. Yeah her family especially all the I don't know if you have seen on twitter. Br like all the jokes that are being made towards him because of his previous tweets and things that he's said about gun control in previous president and everything like that people are coming towards him and making jokes and comments. So it's just crazy to see not make tragedies like people like she's a woman. Jed like somebody else injured. What d- d- right. Yeah the director. Joe souza was injured. Also yeah i think he was released thankfully from the hospital so but yeah. I read that. This prop went through multiple people on that. Not just who. You mentioned hannah gutierrez. You said it was not just here..
"souza" Discussed on The Qwipster Film Review Podcast
"Equity dot net. Today i'm going to be getting into a new kind of series for this. We just did the mortal kombat series from the nineties all the way up till today. Today i'm going to be getting back to another video. Game fighter that spawned its own movie actually a few movies but only one from this particular blockbuster did emerge never had a the article sequel anyway. It's called streetfighter. It came out just a year before mortal combat in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Four streetfighter is a pg thirteen release it does have violence and.
"souza" Discussed on WTOP
"The Souza Freeway's looking decent Third Street Tunnel, New York Avenue. Everybody so far off to a good start. Jack Taylor w T o p Traffic, Right, Let's check here with Matt Reeder and get our Thursday morning forecast. Morning, man. Hey, Good morning, Jonah. That's a quiet one, too. It's cold out there for sure. We have clear skies. The winds, of course, are much lighter compared to what they have been for the past several days, and it's only 5 20 so temperatures could actually cool another two or three degrees before sunrise. And we are gonna have a lot of sunshine today, especially in the morning. We're gonna end up seasonably chilly like we did yesterday afternoon highs will be in the mid to upper forties. Then the next system will start sending some high level clouds are way late in the afternoon into the evening will cloud over. That'll keep temperatures from getting this cold tomorrow morning, and that's a good thing because we're precipitation is on the way to Looks like we're gonna be getting a mixture. Some light rain and drizzle. Mix it with some light. Wet snow is some sleep problems starting around midnight tonight, especially north and west of D. C. But the ground is going to be warmer because of all of today's sunshine and temperatures will be warmer s. Oh, no accumulation. The wintry impact really expected out of this low temperatures will be in the mid to upper thirties. Light rain and drizzle tomorrow morning, tapering off early in the afternoon tomorrow at the latest, and then just mostly cloudy, breezy and surely the rest of the day. Highs would be in the mid forties, too near 50 so the big belt will continue heading into the weekend Saturday and mix of clouds and sun Brisk and chili Mitch up before, he said Mostly cloudy on Sunday that next system looks like it's going to stay disorganized into our South High's will be in the low to mid forties. 27 Manassas. Right now. 30 and Frederik 32 officially at Washington, Reagan National and 29 right now, in friendship Heights, brought to you by lend the plumber trusted Same day service seven days a week. It's by 21 here, and there's hope that White's ferry could return to service. The owner there has offered $400,000 to resolve a land dispute that led to its shutting down in December. The Washington Post says that the offer from Herbert Brown to Rockland Farm is a one time payment only, and the two sides are negotiating the ferry has moved. Travelers across the Potomac since the 18th century. There's no love from a local planning commission for Maryland's plan to ease traffic congestion. The leaders of the Maryland National.
"souza" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Com promo code My G Here's Richard Richard. What did you think of President Trump in my near Minority Leader McCarthy's meeting yesterday. Hey, Mike. Hey. Yeah, Here's an article about it. I'm excited about that meeting. Let me give you a little background about me. I'm a Latino man raised a military brat. Dancer 21 years in the military served in two wars and I bleed red, white and blue. I'm not about starting a third party, but I really am excited about that meeting for 2020 to take over the house to take over some more Senate seat to really get a true conservative party back in there, somebody who actually looks at our values and respects our values and right now listens to us and listens to you and listens to millions of people who feel just the way you and I do. Yes, absolutely that Here's what Here's what we're saying. You know, 74 million people can't be wrong. You know it when I look at the Republican Party over the last few years and what we've become, I've told everybody I meet We have become the party that eat their own young can't let it happen. And I'm encouraged by the meeting yesterday as well and believe me, the elites can't stand it. The next to Souza has a great way to pull the curtain back and exposed the elites. Great finesse to Souza and you all coming up. One side's hey, didn't want his home. Up top at on My head is all you see. Balance of nature, our.
"souza" Discussed on WTOP
"Police play safely and responsibly. 11 38 Let's go to read on the traffic center. Well, it looks like we've had a bit of it about face in the district for some of these bridge closures headed into the district. You're head of the inauguration. It seems that the bridge is a crossing. The Anacostia now will allow vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists. It is commercial vehicles that will not be allowed to cross. These Just so this means inbound Douglas Bridge inbound 11 Street Bridge inbound Souza Bridge. You will be allowed to travel over Except for if you are in a commercial vehicle, The key bridge has always been open and will remain open trying to get into the district. What has changed? There is inbound Canal Road cannot access the Whitehurst Freeway. The Whitehurst Freeway is closed. Inbound Canal continues on to the outbound key bridge. Now the other bridges that we have in the area inbound Roosevelt Bridge inbound 14th Street. Bridge remain closed. The memorial bridge is closed in both directions. What is open the chain Bridge, the key Bridge and the Whitney Young Bridge all remaining open now. Elsewhere in the District Canal Road it Reservoir Road is a report of a crash. We also have problems in Maryland West Palm 4 50 near Glendale Road was a report of a wreck. South bound Maryland in 97 in Brookville, south of Jennings Chapel Road was a report of a crash and westbound I 70 near Maryland, 85, or East Street was a report of some debris on the Roadway in Virginia Sound found 3 95 after 1 10 watch for the broken down vehicle Westbound 66 after the Fairfax County Parkway. The right lane was blocked, also with a broken down vehicle for a limited time. Save up to $300 on top rated mattress brands on Lee during the year and sale at Mattress firm I'm Rita Kessler, w T O P traffic and the forecast from Lauren Rickets. We've got some sunshine today. Clouds are winning out at times, but we do have a good little deal of sunshine. Temperatures are gonna continue to rise into the.
"souza" Discussed on WTOP
"Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O P APP is just in to the W T o p traffic center. Well, we know it. You're riding in on the Potomac crossings are closures, the 14th Street Bridge, the Memorial Bridge and the Roosevelt Bridge. Slow traffic on 66 trying to get to the Roosevelt. Awful lot of traffic. Offline Street 3 95 year delay stretching back towards Shirlington. The trouble is the 18 wheelers closer they get to the 14th Street Bridge. That's bad. One we believe is broken down at the foot of the bridge. One just beyond it was along the right side of the roadway, all traffic detours onto the North bound GW Parkway, where big trucks are not allowed in question Southeast The Souza Bridge, the 11th Street Bridge and the Douglas Bridge. All have question marks. Those were scheduled to close two hours ago. Jack Taylor wtlv traffic. Good Tuesday morning. I'm Nick Guy in l A and I'm Joan Jones and getting into and around D. C. It's going to be tougher than ever this morning. As you just heard there from Jack Taylor wt Opie's Melissa. How will continues our team coverage this morning. If you planned on traveling into downtown D. C. Over the next couple days with bridge closures in effect, you may want to find an alternate route. W. T O P Traffic reporter Dave Gill died. Not sure if we've ever seen this many D C bridge closures for any single event for this long, but that doesn't necessarily mean there's gonna be huge impacts deal, Dean says. Volume is likely to be lower in the area. Now, If you're trying to get out of the city, some outbound traffic will be allowed. As for the regional impact these bridge closures will have. It's still unclear what that could look like. So it's best to avoid downtown D C. Melissa al w T o P. Nis. Now, In addition to the closure of those three bridges over the Potomac yesterday, the Secret Service said three bridges over the Anacostia would also be closed. But collars have been telling w T O P s traffic center that those bridges are still open at this hour. And we have calls out to d dot and the secret service to find out if and when they do. Plan to close those bridges in steam Train service gets even more restricted today. With the union station, Metro and 12. Other metro stations already closed within the security perimeter. Amtrak Northeast Regional Service is suspending trains south of Union Station Starting today, Passengers with reservations for Virginia trains in and out of Washington will be contacted via aria and mark commuter rail services already suspended. Passengers who arrived at Union Station on Amtrak won't have access to taxi or ride share service is out front. The nearest open metro station is no. Miguel a debt. The Eloi constrained. Wtl P news some D C circulator bus routes will not be running the Rosslyn to Dupont Circle route is suspended through Thursday in the National Mall route is suspended until Monday. Most of the other routes will operate on the outer perimeters. But the Busses will turn around when they get too close to restricted areas. You can see all of the changes and closures on the roads that are websites. W t o p dot com It's 806 now, and FEMA has denied request from Maryland and Virginia for emerged. See declarations in advance of tomorrow's presidential inauguration. If their request has been granted,.
"souza" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I guess it does. Forget that shit Saturday morning at 11 on NewsRadio. 1200 Wook. I I appreciate you stopping by. Thanks a lot for being here It is the weekend with Joe PAGs 1 805 01 70 81 805 017080 Joe PAGs Combat of the hour. It could be the next to Souza and the next night talk about Trump's legacy. We talk about what happened Wednesday. We're talking about the fact that Dennis has a new podcast that he's putting out and that's really, really awesome. So make sure you stick around for that finished to Souza coming up in the bottom of the hour. A lot of people want to be heard. In the meantime, I want to make sure that you get as many of you in here because a lot of you really do want to be heard You been holding for a long time. Let me go to the phone line could be lying three and it is Mike and main. Mike, talk to me. I Doing, Joe. Thank you Living the dream, Mike, talk to me. Yeah, well, I respectfully disagree with your opinion about Trump should attend the inauguration. His wife That's what I think it means to me. A victory for Mitt Romney victory for never Trumpers victory for Biden's project election victory for business as usual victory for people like Susan Collins Victory for the corrupt establishment. Now I did not vote for President Trump. And support him with my money for him to go there to Washington, Bend over and grab his ankles, and that's all I'm gonna say, Joe. Thank you, Mike. It's a pretty rude way to put it. I love you like a brother and love that you call in that you support the program..
"souza" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Stay at home Work force in this economy got a bit of a reprieve yesterday. Slack mercifully went down for like, hours. I'm mark but only a little bit because while some might have taken pleasure in the instant messaging platform being humbled Others were a bit debilitated marketplaces into Euler has that one reports of a slack outed surfaced around 10 A.m. Eastern for awhile. That new message alert notice. It was just gone. Software developer Peter Murray noticed the silence right away. My first inclination was to tell my teammates Oh, no, There's a problem with slack and my place to do that would have been The black team for for the company turns out slacking his team about slack. Being down was gonna work, so they reverted to email Jeremy Porter situation was a little different. He runs an I T management company with his business partner whose death You know for him to be able to communicate with our employees. We have to be in some type of a chat situation all the time, so they hopped on Google chat. Gary Souza is a junior software developer in Phoenix, Arizona. He's pretty new to his current gig and says he gets a lot of guidance on slack and when it was down and just kind of went for a walk for a half hour just to see if maybe slack blew over and it be back. By the time I got back and It wasn't like, Oh, man, I don't know I'm supposed to do now. But some found freedom. Patrick Sheffield, the project manager in Tallahassee, says he felt some relief not being tethered to on his first day back from vacation. It was kind of nice to have a couple hour period in the middle of the day where the noise went down significantly. By early afternoon Eastern time. Slack was coming back online, and that calming or annoying could once again be heard across the land..
"souza" Discussed on WDRC
"And the lack of reaction from the left as an indication that perhaps the pro abortion side of this argument wants to take this even further than it already is not just abortion up to the moment of birth, but perhaps even the death of the baby caused by a doctor after the birth of the baby, That's where they wanna go. Absolutely. We have already reached that point. I mean, President Trump announced that he was signing the born Alive Protection Act. And I think that the fact that there's quibbling even about that with Democrats And that is, by the way when a child they tried to abort it, But it lived through. The procedure is born outside the womb. You know, Democrats think that that child should die. And so the fact that we have to fight to protect that child shows that this isn't about location. This isn't about the fact that Oh, look, it's just exited the womb because we all know that a birth is actually not just for one second process. It's a long process and s so there isn't just a proof moment. Where all the sudden Now this is a person and before that it was nothing. It was a cluster of cells. It wasn't appendix. It was a polyp, which is what they argued. So we're really fighting to protect babies from being dismembered by the by by these people who call themselves doctors, but are actually abortion. It miss this is there a novel lot of places on planet Earth where life is not Held as sacred the way it is in the United States. But what does it say about our society that we've been willing to tolerate this debate for the better part of 50 years and tolerate 50 million deaths of unborn Children on now we're talking doctor assisted suicide. The Netherlands has already said they're they're open to euthanasia for Children under the age of 12. Mean is America's starting to embrace a culture of death? Yeah, you know, we actually have some of the most radical abortion policies in the entire world. So if we that came out and said, you know what? We're not gonna louder trimester abortions anymore for no medical reason. Those women wouldn't be able to go to Europe and get one because a lot of countries don't allow that. I'm talking to Daniel Does Souza Gill, who is the author, most recently of the choice, the abortion divided America. And Yes, if you recognize the name her father is diminished. You said this is her book.