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Britney Spears and Kevin Federline's Spat Heats Up

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:19 min | 2 d ago

Britney Spears and Kevin Federline's Spat Heats Up

"The Kevin federline Britney Spears story got a little more interesting. It's not just me talking about Britney's court case, which I'm getting tired of myself because I don't know where this girl's going anymore. She's absolutely out of her mind. Out of her cotton pick in mind, but Kevin federline made some comments the other day that pretty much said, look, people don't know this, but our sons, Jaden and Preston, did not want to go to her wedding. They didn't feel like they wanted to see their mother. Brittany likes to say things like Kevin keeps the kids from her, all this kind of bullshit, but that's not really true. Kevin said the kids are bothered about what they see on Instagram. All these naked selfies, it's not easy for a teenage kid to go to school and having their friends talk about their naked mom. Holding her breasts with her ass out on the beach, twirling and dancing like a lunatic, so he explained why those two sons have problems and an issue with their mom doing what she's doing. Which most, if not all divorced, fathers could understand, but then Britney find back. And even our money sucking fake husband, Sam asghari got some words in too. He needs to shut the hell up. Nobody needs to hear from this guy.

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What Makes America Exceptional? Bill Federer Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:38 min | 4 d ago

What Makes America Exceptional? Bill Federer Explains

"Bill, I've been following you for years. We've shared so much time together. You have the ability to be able to analyze the arc of history and then be able to apply it to today. I've asked you this question before in our podcast. But I think it's really important for our audience to hear this. What makes America different and exceptional from a biblical standpoint and historical standpoint is America like every other nation that's been on the face of the earth and if not, why? In answer to that, I decided I would research every century of recorded human history to see what the most common form of government was. So I went back to Sumerian cuneiform on clay tablets and the elamites and the Persians and the Greeks and Romans and the most common form of government in world history is kings. Hands down, it's kings. Nimrod tower Babel pharaoh Caesar's power wants to concentrate into the hands of one person. It's no different than you put some kids on a playground and one's the bully. You put them junior high girls in a clique and one of them is the diva. You put some people in the Woods, one of them's an Indian chief. You put them in an inner city, one of them is a gang leader. And all the king is, is a glorified gang leader. And it's a hierarchical system. If you are friends with the king, you are more equal. If you are not friends with the king, you are less equal. And if you're an enemy of the king, you're a slave or you're dead. Well, I thought slavery started in 1619. No, wherever you had the first king on top you had slaves on the bottom. And this model continued with technological advancements, kings could kill more people, right? So instead of cane killing neighbor with a stone, they're killing with a bronze weapon or an iron weapon or a failing spear, similar sword gunpowder. The weapon improves, but it's that same fall in nature, it can't kill enable. And also with technological advancements, kings could track more people. Do you know Augustus Caesar wanted to have a worldwide tracking system? It was called a census that was like modern technology 25 BC, right? He wanted to count. If he could have had 5G and cell phones and cameras, he would attract him that way. But as the centuries go on, the king of England had the biggest empire that Planet Earth had ever seen, 13 million square miles, half a billion people. Anyway, the sun never set on the British Empire, the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top and America's founders decided they didn't like this one world government guy telling us what to do. We broke away and flipped it. And made the people the king.

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Biden says Trump lacked 'courage to act' during Jan. 6 riot

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden says Trump lacked 'courage to act' during Jan. 6 riot

"Donald Trump returns to Washington today for the first time since leaving office It is getting an earful from his successor about the capitol riot Donald Trump like the courage to act President Biden says as law enforcement officers were assaulted at the capitol Speared sprayed stomped on Brutalized Trump sat in The White House watching on TV While he was doing that brave law enforcement officer subject to the medieval hell It's the clearest link he's made between Trump and the insurrection since the house panel investigation started It comes as Trump returns here to address the America first agenda summit a speech Biden spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says she is not even tracking I don't know what he's coming to talk about Sagar Meghani Washington

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House members arrested while protesting outside the Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

House members arrested while protesting outside the Supreme Court

"Lawmakers arrested by capitol police while protesting outside the Supreme Court At least 16 House Democrats were arrested Tuesday for blocking traffic outside the Supreme Court during an abortion rights demonstration California's Jackie spear says they are just getting started You're going to see this happening over and over again Not just here but around the country Others arrested include representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Minnesota's Ilhan Omar Speer says the Supreme Court decision overturning abortion rights under roe versus wade was an unprecedented loss of rights We're not going to go back This is the greatest takeaway of rights for women in this country in our history The members of Congress were fined and released after their arrests Tim McGuire Washington

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Daddy Spears Denied in Britney Spears' Court Case

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

Daddy Spears Denied in Britney Spears' Court Case

"I've been on top of the Britney Spears conservatorship story for two years. I have a source on the inside who tells me everything. So my folks on the Patreon show have heard this, you guys are the free show we're going to hear this and I hope that will maybe motivate some of you to go to Patreon dot com slash fame is a bitch and pay the 5 bucks, which is less than a gallon of guests and listen to me 5 days a week, break big stories and get even more personal than I do now in the free show. But my source said, yes, they in court was absolutely crazy with Britney Spears. Attorney and her father's attorney. Her lawyer, Rosenberg, and her father's lawyer, wine garden, went head to head. It was very vicious. Wine gone when arguing that the courts of circus and Jamie spears or father is effectively being sent to the gallows. And judge penny who sat through all this was furious with those statements. Wine garden demanded that if Jaime is to be deposed, it must be in Louisiana in 30 days and kept secret to prevent a media circus. He also demanded Britney to be deposed for Iraqis against her father. Everything wine garden requested was denied. It's now been ordered that daddy spears must sit for deposition August 12th in LA. And he's requested to pose Britney was denied because she's not making the allegations that the FBI agents who are making the allegations specifically regarding the bugging of her personal devices and her

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Rep. Lauren Boebert: Washington Is Worse Under Pelosi's Watch

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last month

Rep. Lauren Boebert: Washington Is Worse Under Pelosi's Watch

"This was Washington what you expected to be or better or worse You know I would say both It's definitely a lot worse than I thought because Nancy Pelosi controls every square foot of the capitol That is no longer the people's house That is Pelosi's house and it is devastating We saw that at the beginning with the fences and the razor wire and the 26,000 armed National Guard because armed security and walls work the elites get that But also I think it's so much better because I thought I was going to Washington D.C. and I would find maybe four other members of Congress who were actually there for the right reasons And I found a lot more than four And so there are a lot of men and women who have stepped up to answer this call Many of them are serving in the House freedom caucus And these are the members that I surround myself with who I spend time with who I learn from And really pursue saving the country with many of the things that have been exposed under the Biden administration is because we have got out in front and we've had legislation to reverse course to expose what's happening to stop what they're doing And we really put that out there as the tip of the spear And we were successful in getting some of that undone I mean look at the board of propaganda the 1984 ministry orwellian ministry of truth We came out heavy against that And now the board is paused and Nina jankowicz has resigned So these are some of the exciting things that have happened just in my first year of Congress serving with great men and women who are there for the right reasons And some of those stories are in my book as well My American life which is also available on audible dot com my story in my voice to your ears

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Why Gina Carano Gets Nervous for Interviews

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:41 min | Last month

Why Gina Carano Gets Nervous for Interviews

"One of your costars from your new movie turned the Prairie whispered in my ear that you don't like giving interviews because it makes you nervous. And I find that hard to believe. As a woman who stood up to the woke giants, that can't be true. I mean, just having a little interview with me can't make you nervous. Is this fake news Gina Carano? Well, no, it's very real. That's probably why it took a year to get me on. I just, you know, I really am introverted. I really represent a part of America that's introverted. We like to mind our own business. We want to do our own jobs. We want to let people do theirs. Whatever you want to do with your life, that's fine, but just let me do mine. And when I saw that so many people like me were holding their breath for the 2020 election and they were holding their breath, you know, with questions that were okay to ask. And it really bothered me. Then that's when my blood gets hot, that's when I start saying something is when I feel like a big group of people are just being bullied into silence. And so that's why I started speaking up, and now it's like, I do still get nervous. I do just want to do art. I don't want to be a politician, but I will say that the right time to speak up is when you feel like your country is in danger and that we should be fighting this battle, I shouldn't leave this to my nieces. We need to fight this battle because they're going to have to deal with their own and maybe there is a chance that we are able to buy America 25 more years of amazing until this agenda, this comes back around. Maybe this will be an awakening instead of a reset.

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Gina Carano: Everyone Is Tired of the Hate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:37 min | Last month

Gina Carano: Everyone Is Tired of the Hate

Sebastian Talks Hollywood Censorship and Redemption With Gina Carano

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Sebastian Talks Hollywood Censorship and Redemption With Gina Carano

"You gotta follow this lady on Twitter. Gina Carano at Gina Carano saw you at the premiere. You got very emotional. Tell us about the movie and why you got so emotional. Oh, I've just, I think I've just been emotional. All my life. But it's kind of like the closure. This movie coming out is kind of the closure of being canceled publicly attacked on so many different levels by so many huge corporations and the mob, of course. And then so when this movie came out, it just feels like, okay, it's out. That's the closure and I'm ready to move on and move forward. And it was so nice the way it happened. There was just, you know, the movie is great. The people that are a part of it are so proud. It just feels like a really good pure way to close out this cancellation drama that has taken over my life. But I wasn't even going to mention it 'cause I wanted to be discreet, but you brought it up. We'll talk about that a little bit more, but it's not closing out. This is, this is for you. This is a vindication. Is it not your back, your bold, you're bigger than ever? You've got your amazing, amazing reputation from The Mandalorian, so you have been vindicated by great people, such as, I mean, Nick sissy, who's really a nice guy. I mean, he looks scary on the big screen, but deep down, he's a nice guy, isn't he? He's a gem. He's the easiest. I mean, when his audition tape came across the desk, I was like, are you kidding me? This is our

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Julie Kelly Responds to January 6 Committee in New Article

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:30 min | Last month

Julie Kelly Responds to January 6 Committee in New Article

"The one and only Julie Kelly has a new article on January 6th. She's responding to a lot of this commentary that's coming from the January 6th committee. By the way, backed trip alone, the former lawyer for Trump in The White House is evidently going to testify tomorrow Friday. Now I don't know if he's giving public testimony. It says he's giving transcribed testimony. I don't know if that means he's going to be interviewed remotely and they're going to transcribe the interview. He's not going to be doing it on video. But evidently, this is going to go into a car tomorrow. So we'll see what comes of all that. But there's been a lot of talk to the effect that you had a kind of armory of ammunition in Washington, D.C.. Brought by all kinds of militia groups and we're getting this narrative from we got some of it from Cassidy Hutchinson, who testified. She kept talking about quote armed supporters of Trump. Now again, she had no evidence of any of this. She's referring to other people who told her about these things. And then she begins to say, quote, I remember Tony mentioning knives, guns in the form of pistols and rifles, bear spray, body armor, spears, and flag balls. Right there, you gotta be a little cautious. If someone is bringing a flag bowl as a weapon, this is not exactly a weapon of insurrection. Hey, I'm gonna take over the government. I'm gonna bring my flagpole with

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Lindsey Lohan Quietly Gets Hitched

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:42 min | Last month

Lindsey Lohan Quietly Gets Hitched

"Lindsay Lohan, got married. Lindsay Lohan got married. A man's name is Bader shamas or Seamus. It's a Jewish name. SHA MMA S, shamus. He's a kuwaiti born financier. Whose net worth is about $4 million, and every single star from that legendary, well, remember that legendary car picture was a Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan in that car in the early aughts. They were all looking crazy and effed up. They've all gotten married unless year. That picture is amazing. Because all of them got married this year. Isn't that something? But lelo and our man, they met in Dubai, this is where she lives now. They've been together for over two years. And the Lindsay Lohan of today is a little more low key because while Bader regularly shows up on her Instagram and she's like posts that claim she's pregnant, she really has been floating in our love, I mean, lilo got married in her wedding was an Instagram Live stream from the middle of a planet fitness, which is what she's working on a commercials lately. She didn't immediately sell the exclusive pictures to in touch and TMZ didn't post anything about how white Oprah was arrested after a wedding guest spotted white Oprah stealing the gifts and loading them into the trunk of an Uber now it's very low key. Nobody knew how it happened. The other day was lilo's 36th birthday and yesterday she paid tribute to her 35 year old man and called him her

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Malcom Nance Author of 'They Want to Kill Americans' Was Right

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

Malcom Nance Author of 'They Want to Kill Americans' Was Right

"This, I said this in a hearing, just after January 6th, they called me to testify before Congress. And one of the things that I identified was, I said, there's a reason they were able to mass on the capitol, get in there, start pitched lethal battles with the police using spears, American flags, as spears and Trump flags. It's battering ramps. They were able to get close because they had the camouflage of white skin. Yeah. That was it. And they were thinking, we're not going to hurt or harm people who are like Donald Trump or ourselves. And that was part of their strategy was to close in upon the building and seize the building and proclaim Donald Trump president. I wrote that a year ago and I could not believe it. Then, and now I'm finding out it's all true and this is why people need to buy this book. This week for the next two weeks before this launch because people are not going to take this lying down. They, as, you know, calls for Donald Trump's arrest or indictment or criminality. I still every once in a while, get these feeds from the right-wing blogosphere and the right-wing world, they live in a crazy alternate reality where we are armed, rampant militants tearing up the world. And they brag about the number of guns they have. They brag about it. And you know, I'm afraid that by the time that this, you know, we get to book launch on July 12th, they'll have solidified in their heads that they're going to have to do something about the January 6th committee and the people who are investigating it. And now that they've got their big win in the Supreme Court with roe versus wade, they feel empowered that this country is theirs

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Britney Spears' ex ordered to trial on stalking charge

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Britney Spears' ex ordered to trial on stalking charge

"Britney Spears short timer ex-husband is facing a criminal charge for trying to crash her wedding A judge in California has ruled that there is enough evidence against Jason Allen Alexander to have him tried on a felony stalking charge Alexander is 40 and was married to spears for not even three days still he felt compelled to show about her wedding and talk his way inside where he live stream part of his foray quite records say in addition to the stalking charges he will also face misdemeanor counts of trespassing vandalism and battery His lawyer entered not guilty pleas on his behalf Spears married longtime boyfriend Sam asghari at her home in California on June 9th among the guests where Selena Gomez Drew Barrymore at Paris Hilton and Madonna Gabrielle

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Britney Spears Is Not Better

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:00 min | Last month

Britney Spears Is Not Better

"I don't know if you took a peek at Britney Spears recent Instagram post. I know I had a hard smash cut there from Harry Styles to Brittany, but sorry, I have Brittany brain. I go from one topic to the other, but she's not any better. Britney Spears has been out of the conservatorship for a while now. We've been talking about her Instagram post and the things that have happened in her life from the new puppy to the miscarriage to the new trip to the new house. She's doing everything she can to keep juggling all the things in her life and yet everybody can see. And look, I'm not a friend of hers. But close friends of her who see what I'm about to say need to tell her Britney, you're ready for another crash. And you might not survive this next one. Because she literally is not any better. She posted this Instagram message the other day. Haven't been on my honeymoon yet. Got married and moved into a new house around the same time, not the smartest thing to do, then came 6 emojis. Oh, well, it's coming together. It's so weird. I wake up and everything is new. New pool, new kitchen, new bed. I think I'm in shock. Figuring out a couple of things. I definitely like being outside, but I also like being inside too. Okay. My art is 6, so my dogs are in pig head. Change is great as my kids say. That's fetch. Since I'm so uncool, yes, I will keep sharing. It keeps you on track. My family has always had a way of letting me know, well, I guess I have a pretty good way as well. Took a nice dip in my pool. It's so bright. It has a nice chill spot. And it's like, I went down in four times already. It's hella fast. I cut off all my hair. It's short now. My husband just made me street, made me a steak. Life is good. I cut my hair, my husband made me a steak. Life is good. Who talks

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Britney Spears' ex Jason Alexander hit with felony stalking charge, pleads not guilty

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Britney Spears' ex Jason Alexander hit with felony stalking charge, pleads not guilty

"A man who has once briefly married to Britney Spears is facing felony stalking charges for trying to crash the pop star's wedding Jason Alexander was married to Britney Spears for all of three days but for whatever reason he decided to show up and act out at spears wedding last week to longtime boyfriend Sam asghari Alexander now faces a felony stalking charge along with misdemeanor count of trespassing vandalism and battery Authorities say he was streaming live on Instagram when he approached spears house and was in an empty room after telling security that spears had invited him She had not Alexander's bale is now set at a $100,000 a judge has ordered him to stay at least a football field's length away

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Britney Spears and Sam Asghari tie the knot

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Britney Spears and Sam Asghari tie the knot

"Britney Spears has tied the knot with her third husband in a ceremony at their Thousand Oaks home in Southern California Nearly 7 months after the pop star won her freedom from a court conservatorship Britney Spears married her longtime partner Sam asghari a representative confirmed the couple's nuptials saying asghari was ecstatic after wanting to get married for so long The couple met on the set of the slumber party music video in 2016 spheres father mother and sister were not in attendance while celebrity guests included Paris Hilton Madonna Selena Gomez will.i.am and spears attorney in a touch of drama the singer's first husband Jason Alexander was arrested while attempting to crash the wedding of Ventura county sheriff's spokesman said officers responded to a trespassing call and Alexander was detained after deputies realized he had a warrant for grand theft and

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Josh Mandel: J. D. Vance Has Been Camped out in Silicon Valley

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Josh Mandel: J. D. Vance Has Been Camped out in Silicon Valley

"Today and in the past you've been backed by Tea Party organizations You've been backed by gun rights organizations You've been backed by outsider organizations You've been the outsider fighting all the time when you were treasurer You were the outsider fighting the entrenched government in Ohio and so forth I'm just asking you a straight question Was JD Vance anywhere to be seen or heard No word I mean literally this guy's been camped out in Silicon Valley for years his personal bread his business bread and his campaign bread is all buttered by Silicon Valley I mean like I said earlier I think he's a Silicon Valley sleeper cell And that's what he'll be in Washington as well And I think a lot of the people here in Ohio see JD advance and that's why they're going to reject them at the ballot box tomorrow And for any of you listeners that want to learn more about Ohio or their other parts of the country the websites real easy It's Josh mandel dot com J O S MAN to EL dot com It's not too late to pitch in if you want to go on there and pitch in ten bucks 20 bucks 50 bucks whatever it is We'll use the vote activities tonight and tomorrow We've got a huge get out the vote operation through churches and through pro gun groups and through pro life groups As you mentioned Mark I am the only candidate in the race that's endorsed by the national association of gun rights which is a no compromise not given an inch constitutional rights gun group I'm also the only candidate in the race endorsed by the right to life action coalition of Ohio who are the pointy tip of the spear leaders in the right to life movement and as mentioned been endorsed by senator Ted Cruz of Texas senator Mike Lee of Utah senator Cynthia lummis of Wyoming these are all senators who were endorsed by Jim demint in the Senate conservatives

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"spears" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:22 min | 3 months ago

"spears" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"In life, right? Athletes growing up in the south, kind of the same cultural background, grandmother's mama's integral parts of what we were and growing up. But P town, the flip side of that is, in 2014, when you and I would sit there and we would talk about socioeconomic issues when we were talking about social justice issues when we would get into sports when we talk about the landscape of the SEC. You know that's what I love doing, man. I love talking about sports, but I like talking to people and getting to know them, even disagreeing and figuring out a way to either agree to disagree or bring me around to your side or vice versa. So it's something that I really enjoy doing with you, the hours are sitting in that studio and me and you going back and forth, blowing through breaks, producers being mad at both of us because we keep talking and won't chat up. So I'm still doing it, man. The podcast just does it without somebody telling you to rap. Well, the one thing I do want to ask you about because I owe a lot to you because I came in to this with a fairly typical point of view from someone who had done what I had done. I didn't really understand the plight of athletes. And being around you for all those years was an education which brings me to where we are today in college football. A basketball player today essentially told Miami the university of Miami, hey, unless you guys raise my NIL number, I'm out of here. And a lot of people cringe when they see that and all these other things. But Marcus from your perspective, where are we right now in college football with all this going on around us? Yeah, unknown land. And you know, I remember you and I were talking about this as well. It would be uncharted territory. There would be parts of NIL that people would detest and hate because the tradition and pageantry of college football and college sports in general, you knew people would have an issue. And when money gets involved, it gets convoluted. Things start to become confusing. I think you just in a correction, right? It's just like anything else. Once you start involving the ability for people to make money off their name, image and likeness, and all of these other companies with understanding the marketing budgets and things that they can do to get ingratiated with college sports in general, which had already a crazy money maker now, some of that money can be filtered down to the players. I'm a little bit, I guess, this encouraged or discouraged by some of the approaches of some of the athletes, right? Like, yeah, you treat yourself like a professional, treat it like a business. But to your point, they'll be out here asking nobody for $800,000, man. Or if you do it, do it in private. Or are you doing it in a way or in a manner that seems business like? And I just think that it's going to become more and more about the discussion, but I think a correction is going to come. The system will be figured out and how to structure it and tailor it. And I think the big argument was where we are right now, listening to four day and listening to you through sometimes throughout the week when people are calling about these NIS and the business that is going on, I think it's just like anything else P town, the money has now been involved. But the money has been involved. It just became so polarizing on how much revenue college sports was bringing in and how much how much responsibility that these athletes had for generating that particular revenue. I think just now you got to figure out a way to structure it. Figure out a way to cap it. And I don't think anybody was out here put a wild wild west. You know I beat my drum about these guys should be able to make money on their name image and likeness. And would it be fair no, because if you Bryce young and you the Heisman Trophy winner, you gonna make two, $3 million, then another kid that may be a good quarterback at a program that's not as polarizing as Alabama. All of that comes along with it. But it's just like contracts in the NFL or in the NBA or in any professional rank, which I believe college is so close. It's semi pro based on the revenue that's being generated, that they just need to figure out a way to structure it, whether that's cap per conference, cap per school, or just put an overall cap on what a kid can make. In any particular season, obviously special and extenuating circumstances for different individuals because that's how real life works, but I think ultimately you're just going through a phase of a lot of unknowns and ask people sift through and figure it out. It's a lot of frustration involved with that. But it's also a lot of celebration and celebratory things involved with that as well. Yeah, and I know there was this old adage that you heard and I'm sure you would cringe when some people would call and say, well, they are getting a free education. And we've moved past that thank goodness that we don't look at players and feel like we're giving them something. They are providing our great deal and whether they get too little or too much, they're at least getting something these days. Right, right. And Paul, you know, for me, that was what it was about. And I go back because you remember how mad and upset and how much of a visceral reaction I had when Todd Gurley got suspended for signing autographs. And I understood the rules and, you know, that's the first thing people want to rules don't allow them to do it. The rules were in place in a system in which the NCAA just had completely monopolized and made every athlete feel like we are under the thumb until we can figure out how to go pro. And that force guys, the leave school early that wasn't ready to go to the NFL, family situations, and circumstances. And I'm not going to tell a kid like myself or like a tar girly or any kid coming from backgrounds where they need all the financial help that they can get. And somebody want to give them $3500 to sign their name and they can send a check back to their mother or their father to help them do whatever, take care of younger siblings to help them keep the lights on or whatever. I just felt like it was so disrespectful not to allow them to be able to have that opportunity if what they've done has afforded them and brought enough attention for somebody to want to be able to put them in that particular situation. And that's where my great lab because I think you got to go deeper than just saying well that's the rule and they shouldn't be able to make money off their name image and likeness. Well, what if I need to supply something based on my talent and where I am in order for my family to be in a better situation? And you know that's always been the crux of my argument. So great to have you back here, Marcus, all the best tonight and with everything you're currently doing. We will hope to hopefully see you soon. We miss you. Thank you, my brother, love you, and I'll talk to you soon. And tell miss Linda to hit me up 'cause I know she don't want to talk to you all day. I'll tell her. Marcus spears. Putting out a personal plea to my poor wife on national television. We'll take a short break. We have 30 minutes remaining in Vegas, and then we're blowing this pop stand, stick around. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb Joe podcast. As long as I can remember, I.

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Disney Execs Celebrate Targeting LGBTQ+ Content to Gen Z, Millennials

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:13 min | 4 months ago

Disney Execs Celebrate Targeting LGBTQ+ Content to Gen Z, Millennials

"Disney executives celebrate targeting Gen Z and millennials with LGBTQIA two S plus content saying nobody stopped them. Play cut one 14. Company, when I was at free form, it was very much in the brand ethos of free form to be the tip of the spear when it comes to inclusion in part, I think nobody stopped us because we were, you know, we were targeting Gen Z and millennials. We were targeting a younger I think more open minded and now we know as my son texted me this morning. You know, Gen Z is 30 to 40% queer than the other generations mom. So Disney better get with it. Unbelievable. That's a Disney executive being told by her son that Disney gets to get even gayer. She used the word queer, which if I use that word queer in high school, I'd be suspended for hate speech. It's hard to keep track of the rules. That's a mark that you're living, and that the totalitarian moment you can't keep track of all the rules. If you can't keep track of all the rules you're living in a tyranny. I can't forget that what's rule in my violating what can I call people? What shouldn't I call people? That means the person who holds the sword has all the power.

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"spears" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:20 min | 9 months ago

"spears" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Britney Spears conservatorship ends after 13 years by Meghan mcclusky. Britney Spears conservatorship was officially terminated on Friday, bringing an end to the legal arrangement that is controlled her life for 13 years. The decision handed down by Los Angeles County superior court judge Brenda penny came less than 5 months after Brittany testified that the conservatorship was abusive and that she wanted it to end immediately unless than two months after Brittany's father, Jamie spears, was suspended as conservator. Britney's case catapulted into the spotlight this year in the wake of a series of developments, including the February release of The New York Times documentary framing Britney Spears and Brittany's explosive June testimony, which helped shed light on what the pop star is endured under the conservatorship and galvanize the hashtag free Britney movement. Here's what to know about Friday's hearing, all that led up to it, and what comes next. What happened at Friday's hearing. As an enthusiastic crowd of free Britney supporters rallied outside Los Angeles Stanley mosque, courthouse on Friday, judge penny ruled that the conservatorship of Brittany's estate and person should be terminated effective immediately. The conservatorship of the person and a state of Brittany Jean spears is no longer required. She said, judge penny went on to say that accountant John, who has served as temporary conservator of Brittany's estate since Jaime was suspended, will stay on the case in a limited and administrative capacity until related financial matters are settled. He will retain power to execute a state planning and transfer outside assets into an existing trust for Brittany. Brittany took to Instagram to share a video of the crowd outside the courthouse shortly after judge pennies ruling. Good God, I love my fans so much it's crazy. She captioned the post. I think I'm gonna cry the rest of the day. Best day ever praised the lord, can I get an amen? How did we get here? Since condemning the conservatorship and those involved in it while addressing an open court for the first time in June, Brittany has been more outspoken about her circumstances than ever. In a now deleted Instagram post from July, Brittany criticized those close to her who were trying to save face publicly after not supporting her privately. There's nothing worse than when the people closest to you who never showed up for you post things in regard to your situation whatever it may be and speak righteously for support. There's nothing worse than that she wrote. How dare you make it public that now you care? Did you put your hand out when I was drowning?.

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02:14 min | 11 months ago

"spears" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Spears are sending congratulations. The 39 year old revealed she got engaged on Instagram, too long time boyfriend Sam Asgari. I'm Mark Mayfield. The US government's account of a recent drone strike in Afghanistan is being met with skepticism by reports suggesting the victim wasn't a threat to the United States at all. Jim Forbes has more, according to The New York Times the drone attack that American officials say killed an ISIS terrorist Carrying a bomb in a car moving toward US troops may have killed a man with no ties to Isis, a man who was simply carrying water to his family. American military officials say at the end of August, the drone attack was in response to an eminent threat by suspected suicide bombers. The time says after watching video evidence and interviewing people in Kabul. The newspaper has doubts about the version of the events told by the U. S military. I'm Jim Forbes Condoleezza Rice says the US is much safer now than it was 20 years ago when the 9 11 terrorist attacks happened. Homeland Security Department that Didn't exist before 9 11 and this actually dedicated to thinking about the security of the homeland. Speaking on CNN's state of the union, the former secretary of state added that leaving Afghanistan to the Taliban is concerning because it's harder to gather Intel on potential terrorists. Although Rice believes with the technology that the US has she's confident the American people are more protected. Than they were in 2000 and one a pilot in Northern California used his flight path on Saturday to spell out the words never forget on the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Nature. Christopher Price has been serving in the air Force since 2003. He spent nearly a decade on the ground serving in Afghanistan and Iraq before becoming a military pilot. There was no smoke from the plane, but the words were visible by looking at the flight path. And for the first time since the pandemic hit 18 months ago, a cruise ship set sail from Baltimore Passengers began boarding the carnival pride bound for the Bahamas on Sunday morning. All passengers had to be fully vaccinated with only Children younger than 12 and people with documented medical conditions excused. I'm Mark Mayfield. KBC dependable traffic.

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"spears" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on AP News

"Spears father James has filed paperwork to end the court conservatorship that is controlled his daughter's life and money for 13 years. Now, the paperwork filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, a judge now has to sign off on it to make it all official. But it does appear that Spears will get to determine her own fate. Minus court supervision. I'm Oscar Welles, Gabriel. Georgia School District near Atlanta, switching back to online learning this week after the deaths of two bus drivers and a bus monitor from Covid 19 while offering prayers for the families of the three who recently died. The Griffin Spalding school District says virtual learning will last at least through the rest of the week with bus driver and teacher shortages because of Covid, a spokesman says they aren't sure if drivers are calling in sick because of actual symptoms or because of fear but says they're trying Hire more drivers and offering bonuses. Drivers in Savannah are protesting. They say Children aren't wearing masks, and there's no time to fully sanitized. The buses. 54 Georgia school districts and charter networks are seeing schedules disrupted because of Covid 19 I'm Jackie Quinn, an Idaho man captured on videotape has pleaded guilty to assaulting police in the January 6th insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. 67 year old Duke Edward Wilson entered a guilty plea to one count of assaulting officers and one count of obstruction. Admitting to striking at least one capital police officer with his fist and striking at least one with a pole. Charging documents include videos that show Wilson grabbing a PVC pipe and jabbing at officers. He is also accused of helping to push two officers to the ground and take a shield away from one as he and other Donald Trump supporter. Work to breach the U. S. CAPITOL January 6th. Wilson could face up to 28 years in prison and $500,000 and finds he remains free. Pending sentencing. Jackie Quinn, Washington Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase prints of a peace photography for.

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"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"Court system specifically you said there's a lot of inside dealing and cronyism and re players where you get the same judges and the same lawyers. In many cases enacting conservative ships and guardian ships that are fine and allow a family to look out for the best interest of a person but also in a fair number of cases that results in these lawyers taking a fat cut of someone's assets as those assets fall into the hands of someone other than the conservative. so i think this requires a watchful. I think part of the solution to these problems is going to be policy. Change and more scrutiny on the hill were already seeing that we've seen calls for hearings about conservatorship abuse on both sides of the aisle. And i think that's the right avenue. I think there need to be some tough conversations about where we draw the line in terms of someone's right even to behave in a way that is harmful to themselves. You know in california. It is within the probate code that you will be represented by somebody. In britney's case they went straight to court appointed counsel but the promo code is really a differ greatly state to state. There are some states where you are not guaranteed by any means access to counsel whatsoever. The rules vary place by place but to me the key that the legislative the policy lever involves language around the right to counsel of your choosing which when it's there as it sensibly is in california it is often not applied aside and in many states that doesn't exist at all and to me that and the sort of data gathering stuff that elizabeth warren and company have called for that to me is where it lies. I think that that is such an important point to take away from all of this. And it's often overlooked regardless of whether you buy into the arguments of britney spears conservatorship defenders regardless of the factual questions about her mental health. It is very hard to come up. With an argument that justifies the repeated refusal to allow her to seek her own outside counsel who could have worked with someone with genuine mental health struggles. They're just has not been a valid argument that i have seen in all the conversations around this and if that problem can be solved on a policy level in this wider universe of conservatorship abusive people can have more ready access to their own counsel in cases where they are high functioning enough to want to enter seek that..

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"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"Is that for years they are treated in a way that deprives them of control and that that can set up a situation. That is ripe for this kind of a legal mechanism to formally robbed them of control and that then once they get into it for a whole variety of reasons it can be hard to get out of but one of them is that they have been trained and conditioned in a way where. They don't necessarily advocate for themselves. In the way that you or i might in this situation if we were placed into it tomorrow so one thing that i suspect that we will be hearing going. Forward is some sort of factual dispute and brittany's testimony right her in her account of her life in court and i suspect that there will be some sort of hovering argument that if something was untrue in what she said then that nullifies the argument right that if she is not correctly and accurately representing every bit of reality than there is actually reason for all of this in place. Exactly as it was. But one thing that i've been thinking about the last few days is let's say every single word of that was a lie. That's still shows to me. Sufficient narrative control and mental sophistication as to make a pretty airtight argument against the structure. And i want to say that her her elaborate planning starting in two thousand eight to try to get these lawyers to try to meet them to try to communicate with them to try to go to her friend. Get him to read a letter on live. Tv pleading her case writing and in the third person about herself so that her friend could read it on live tv. I mean this is indicative of a level of composure and narrative control. Even that is so different from the story that has been put forth by her camp. That i don't know it's been a little shocking to meter. Remember how sophisticated these covert ops. She was running in two thousand. Eight word you know how little sophistication ought to be required right to be free in america. You don't need to be sophisticated. You can blow it all right. You can spend it all. This is america. We throw people to the wolves. What are we talking about here. This is america. You are not safe from your own decisions. We built a whole big country around the idea that you are not safe from your worst decisions or even mediocre decisions or even best decisions and bad luck so why on earth this one per anyway now. I'm very upset before. I'm going to cut that out. Thank you both for your time before. I let you go what happens now. I think there's two pieces of this. One i think you've kicked off a conversation about the britney spears conservatorship While she helped kick it off. And i think you've helped elaborate on that conversation but there's also this larger now debate around how conservative ships work outside of people with enormous fame and celebrity and money What where does this go from here. This was one of the reasons why i think jianye both felt this was such an important story and we both kind of went deep in conversations that were not just about britney spears but were with legal disability rights experts talking about this as an underregulated corner of the court system and a set of legal mechanisms that can be exploited to take advantage of the vulnerable. We talked to a disability rights lawyer who says that in the most extreme of these kinds of cases of conservatorship abuse. Uc families adopt a strategy of isolating a person medicating them liquidating their assets. So this can get to a very dark place. It can be very hard to escape from for conservatives that want to assert the rights to process as britney spears is clearly struggling to do and we talked to people familiar with the l. a..

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"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"If you are tough then it's your fault for coming off so tough the thought you could take it or something. There are things that we have heard about. Britney spears every i i would say this has been an absolute from everyone. We've ever talked to about her. Everyone says she is deeply deeply deeply hardworking. You know that she has this unparalleled work and that she is genuinely sweet. And kind. And the way that those two things have been used against her in the structure. You heard the testimony and in something that we heard you know going back to people who are around her. Since she was sixteen instantly she became such a valuable asset that it would be letting so many people down to take a break even for a second it was not even allowable starting at the very beginning that she has taken genuine pleasure and artistry in performing but that she understood it as sort of a mandate but that is what she does because she's britney spears her success was so sudden and she was so valuable and she was so monetize the bull that that itself was wielded against her as if it made her vulnerable in a way that was analogous to the way disabilities make people vulnerable where she was worth so much that she had to be robbed of decision making power in order to protect the asset. That was her life and in a way she's been made to pay for other people's possible or actual desire to use her where that has been used against her to say you are so valuable and so vulnerable because of your outside talent and charisma that we must iraq this structure around you. That does not give anyone not even you the person generating this value the ability to endanger that in any way or for any reason. Even if that reason is i would simply like to stock right going back and talking to quote paris hilton in this article. We talked to a lot of friends who were with her. At the peak of white hot team that she lived through in the early two thousands and the way they talk about kerr already being controlled and shelter to the point. Where you know paris hilton. We report Taught her to use google. What google was. You know we talked to friends who said we don't know if she was ever allowed access to a computer. It seemed like she was sort of cut off from the world. It's run through this whole conversation. This theme of if you deprive someone of their rights for this long if you shelter someone for this long and erect these walls around someone. It's going to change to some extent. Someone's actual capacity to make decisions for themselves and certainly their expectation of themselves. And i think that's what you're hearing in her testimony where it's sort of pleading and still in some ways for those of us on the outside of this kind of an arrangement shockingly obedient on you know. She was angry and lucid and seemingly correctly a furious but still living within this structure and the precursor of many many years of other types of control and that is one way in which her case is actually not unique because although that early control came in brittany spears case from fame and wealth what you see in disability rights disputes all the time with conservatives.

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"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"She talked about being medicated against her will. Being given lithium being given mood altering drugs that can have a cumulative effect that if not applied correctly can be adverse to someone's mental health. So there are real questions about the mental health condition. she's in now and nevertheless regardless of where that factual question lands there are grounds to criticize the philosophy and the law behind this structure. One of the things that is most conceptually maddening about the conservatorship structure is that many people involved in disability rights of spoken about. Is that being officially deemed incapacitated. It has an inherently self-perpetuating quality. Right if i was essentially deemed unworthy of making any mistakes in the future after having made a series of mistakes in the past. That would do things to my own sense of capacity and my own internal ability to you were robbed of avenues to use your capacity informally separated from it. Then you lose access to that capacity. I think that's a really good point. There was an experiment in psychology years. Ago where. I believe they were students or maybe graduate students. As part of this experiment they pretended to have some form of mental illness. And they fully manifested there. They did a performance of having mental illness to get committed in some way but that once they were committed they did nothing to portray that mental illness anymore but several of them could not get out all of the activities. They did while they were considered mentally. Ill were attributed to mental illness. When they would take notes for in their journal just to keep track of what was going on while they were being committed. It was called like you know writing behavior. they were manifesting writing behavior. One thing that was striking to me in the brittany testimony itself. She says i want changes going forward. I deserve changes and it struck me as such an incredible understatement right. She describes horrific abuse. She describes being denied her reproductive freedom. She describes being basically enslaved by this conservatorship in by her father and she still comes to kind of plead her case. Like not recognizing just how serious these allegations are and just how obvious it is that you would just herve change You know in two thousand seventeen. You wrote something. After the weinstein story was broken it was about how predators entangle and contaminate the best quality. People have right and obviously. I don't want to compare the kinds of abuse. Men in terms of how britney spears herself has done both the misogyny of the press and media and the false narratives that you both described so eloquently in the article the difference between what was actually going on when she shaved her head what was actually going on when the police came versus how it was reported plus how her father has treated her right. It seems like so much of this. Is that the family. Believed that britney spears trusted people. She shouldn't and that that was some deep sin. Some horrible things. She needed to be protected against that. That are being kind. And being trusting was something wrong with her that she had to be stopped from experiencing Did you find an investing. This story that in some sense that part of why this has gone on so long. Is that the misogyny from the press and from her own family directed at her had worked that she had come to kind of accept this diagnosis of of what was wrong with her. I remember writing that about the weinstein story that when someone takes advantage of you or abuse you the worst thing about it as you said. Is it in tangles. All the good things about you. If you're really sweet then it's your fault for being sweet to them..

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"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"We're resigning because we were under the impression that this was voluntary. Those were the arguments made to us but it does seem like all of these people like her sister is going on instagram. Saying if she wants to go to mars or end the conservatorship. That's fine by me. I love all people whether they're black white or blue. You know i. I see this debate unfolding in. It's a little bit like we're inside the logic of this conservatorship still right. Like what the fuck are we talking about right. This is a performer who has an ongoing career. She gets to decide how that money is spent. We have the right to blow our money however we want. We have the right to sleep with male models who may be one a career whatever it is whatever. They're claiming there just seems to be a denial of reality even now the way in which this structure which is so sort of like all encompassing lee maddening the way that the cultural paradigm surrounding britney spears has grafted almost exactly onto its framework about. How do we think you should live. You know what do we want out of you. What we want from you is for you to be blonde and performing and hot and constantly making money and smiling at the camera and doing everything that the public wants from you and continuing to make money and being an amazing mother and never making a mistake. Great the way in which these cultural expectations that have shaped and constricted and flattened and taken over her life from the second. She got famous the way that her life has always been governed by what other people thought was in her best interest and what they wanted from her and the way that that has gotten completely conflicted with something that you know people we talked to says it happens in conservative ships in real life as you were saying we don't operate under the framework of our choices must be in our best interest. We have the right to make bad decisions and those bad decisions often become foundational to any good ones. We make in the future right. We we only learn how to make good decisions by fucking up in the past. We don't learn anything unless we're able to write and brittany has always starting culturally and now through this legal framework then bound by what other people think is in her best interest and we have seen how corrosive that idea is starting from the way that was grafted onto a seventeen year old. That you have to be hot but also virginal but also you know ironically perfect and your body to all of these things the way that these expectations have arguably never actually served her human interest rate and only ever served profit for other people mainly men around her is one of the darkest and status parts of the story. The jenny hatch case that i brought up this woman with intellectual disabilities with down syndrome..

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"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"Sam ingham seems to have met britney may be two days after the court ordered conservatorship had been placed upon her that her right to have a five day notification period had been waived it seems like his representation of her was so inadequate that she you know. We talked to so many people who said that for the next year and a half. She was essentially nonstop trying to get another lawyer and there were three lawyers that came into the picture. All of whom were effectively thrown out on the basis of brittany spears has been found to be incapacitated and she does not have the capacity to hire you as the lawyer. And so it's this unbreachable a catch twenty two when you're in. This is something that i've been bringing up. Is that the kind of conservatorship that britney's under a probate conservatorship. It's not even for people who are having mental health. Crises in california. That's a different kind of conservatorship called the l. p. s. conservatorship and the probate conservatorship is very specifically for people. Who will not get better for whom that is sort of an absolute certainty whether by age or terminal condition or something like that but there are plenty of people with disabilities who have been placed in the position. That britney's in the lawyer that gave us that murderer quote famously broke up. One of the most high-profile conservatorship cases in the country. Before this a woman named johnny hatch. Who has down syndrome and was placed under conservatorship after an accident but anyway many people with disabilities have found themselves in this position where formerly deemed incapacitated. They lose any avenue to prove or use their capacity at all. There's something so strange about the kind of pushback you hear from whether it's anyone representing the consider ship or or from this attorney or from larry rudolph the manager. Who resigned today. This idea that like there are these very specific arguments made about the specific set of facts. But then you step back. We hold on a second. This is an international pop star performing regularly. that is high level work. That is somebody using a great many faculties every single day performing going out on stage meeting fans doing all of these kinds of high functioning activities and yet she has denied the basic rights to kind of control her own destiny as she said in her own testimony you know denied her reproductive freedom tonight any kind of to choose to have a family in looking at this conservatorship issue. Did you find any examples anywhere of someone under a conservatorship having this level of employment of ongoing kind of career activity anywhere ever the experts. We talked you're definitely founded unusual. Mean britney spears test the outer limits of the kinds of people to whom this extremely restrictive type of conservatorship as jia points out should be applied and so we are in some respects in kind of untested territory where we have seen after article of rudolf. Step down now. Ingram stepped down in him filed paperwork requesting that a new court appointed counsel be put in place. And so it's sort of anyone's guess. Because this is such an idiosyncratic case how this is going to play out at this point and weather britney spears will be allowed any autonomy in finally choosing her own attorney for instance or whether the weight of the sames re behind the scenes diagnoses that defenders of the conservatorship invariably point to will continue to prevent her from doing that. Yet one thing that. I i guess bessemer trust which was overseeing the finances on behalf of the conservatorship. They're claiming a we're withdrawing..

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"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"Dot gov and we're back joining us today to new yorker writers and new york times bestselling authors who just published a bombshell investigative piece about britney spears conservatorship nightmare. Jia tolentino and ronan farrow. Thank you both for being here. Thank you for having to be here. You had to pull the strings to get on this show all right. Yeah we were your weird half. You're in the hallway. I'm in here. thank you for. Sgx thank you for being here for this to be here. It's there's a serious topic. Obviously but i've never interviewed ronin and someone else so this is like a urine extremely odd place inside of this dynamic. Let me just dive right in. So britney spears lawyer pointed by the court samuel ingham. The third filed a motion to resign. As her attorney in her testimony. Brittany said ingham has been scared for me to come forward and it sounds like she as she describes it didn't know her basic rights. What do you make of ingham's role in this conservatorship as an advocate for britney spears in she called into this hearing and the lawyers representing the conservatorship immediately tried to suggest that the room should be cleared. If sensitive topics arose that the transcript should be sealed and she said no. I want to be heard and then as she got to talking she released suggested some allegations about the way in misrepresented her. That are seriously problematic for any attorney as an attorney myself. You never wanna hear a client. Say i was not advised of my basic right to get out of this situation or avenues to terminate it. So what we've seen in the leaks around. His departure is sources familiar with his thinking. Air quoting that implying that he is quite mad about this that he's defiant in suggesting that he did advise her in the ways that he needed to. But you know what i found when we dug into transcripts is it seems like there was a situation where in was chummy at times with the judge on this case and where there were conversations were in fact at times they joked about not telling spears things. There's an exchange that the times first reported a while back where the judge ingham talk about not telling britney that she can get married if she wants. So you do sort of see a pattern. That seems to suggest that spears's take on. This has something to it and i think that that would be alarming to any lawyer and prompt any lawyer to want to get the hell out of dodge. There's one piece of it which is just was this lawyer doing an adequate job of representing britney spears or did you have other kinds of entanglements and then there's this larger question about the rights of prison in a conservative ship. Even when those rights are being represented faithfully one thing you say and the piece is britney could have been found holding an axe and severed heads. Saying i did it and she would still have had the right to an attorney but under a guardianship. You don't have the same rights as an axe murderer. It's also strange to me that this is a court appointed attorney. Because she's a wealthy person able to afford her own attorney right. You talk a little bit about the rights that people under conservative don't have. This is the only. I think the only corner in the legal system where you can have a court appointed counsel that you then we'll pay the maximum for sam. Ingham has been five hundred twenty thousand dollars a year which is more than britney spears often claimed as her living expenses and if this strikes you know it's extremely unusual. It doesn't make sense to people when they hear about it right that the only situations in which the court appoints council for you as if you're unable to britney is obviously someone who's been able to and not just that somebody who from the beginning you know..

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"spears" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Abigail abrahams when britney spears told the judge on wednesday about her experience with her conservative ship. The legal arrangement that gave her father control over her finances and person alive. Her words horrified the public. This conservative ship is doing me way more harm than good. She said detailing how her legal guardians have dictated where she lives works and receives therapy stopped. Her from seeing friends forced her to take medication against her will and prevented her from having her. Iud removed so she could try to get pregnant. I deserve to have the same rights as anybody does by having a child a family. Any of those things but while spears speech was shocking for many listeners disability rights lawyers and advocates say which you described isn't unusual for many conservatives ships in the united states which are typically instituted for elderly adults people with mental illnesses or those with intellectual or developmental disabilities spears is arguably the nation's most high-profile conservative and people with disabilities who've been fighting to reform conservative ships for years. Now hope that the attention paid to her case can give momentum to the push to rethink the entire system. I'm really heartened by the support that people have shown her and the outrage that people express when they see what conservatives ship has done to her life says sam crane legal director of the autistic self advocacy network. What i really hope is that people can go beyond advocating for her and start really advocating for broader reforms that will help ensure that other people don't have to go through this either. It's supposed to be a last resort. If the system was born of good intentions in practice it can become warped and strip people of their basic civil rights. Conservative ship also known as guardianship is illegal legal tool that puts a court appointed guardian or conservator in charge of making decisions for another adult. Who's deemed incapable of managing their own affairs. The idea of conservative ships and guardianship is supposed to be a protective mechanism to protect a person who cannot take care of their own. Basic needs says. Zoe brennan krone a staff attorney with the aclu's disability rights project there's limited data on conservative ships but a national council on disability report estimates. That at least one point. Three million americans are under guardianship. Once people are under a conservative ship there can be periodic reviews but the process varies by state. And there's little oversight conservatives don't have to lose all of their freedom in california for example we're spears's cases located this system is supposed to favor limited conservative ships and give the conservative only those powers that ah judge determines are truly necessary. This could mean someone only.

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"spears" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Because we've never really a lot of people are just being introduced to conservative ship through this story but she wasn't even arguing against the notion of conservative. She just didn't want her dad in of it. Even she saw the benefits so that that should be telling it. It's become this black and white issue and with mental health should not be especially when you don't know she didn't even know she could petition to end the conservative ship. So i just wonder you know. She probably isn't. I don't really know the full details of like who her attorney is but i think her attorney was court appointed. She just doesn't know a lot of this. So like i kind of have to give her the benefit of the doubt if you believe that. She didn't know she could petition to end the conservative ship that she doesn't understand that there's another system of which she can be Taking care of outside of conservative ship in general one of the more effective pieces of documentary Knowledge base movements was in new york times. Free britney special and it sort of centers around a lot of legal analyst. One person that once represented britney spears britney spears father in all of this and she had approached it as a very pro brittany voice and at the end of it. There's a little blurb that says she's back in the case representing britney spears his dad. And you're like wait a second. What i feel like. That's an important detail. She's out here making the arguments for britney spears and then she just moves back onto team britney spears his dad so like i said it's not sexy but we should let this play out. I didn't think that that documentary would have been something that you would have seen in the actual new york times. I think the idea of making it about the two bloggers jessica and we've talked about some of this before those bloggers had not been viewed as credible in seeing all of the little symbols in the shadows and it was interesting to watch a documentary centered around them. Because i'm not sure the vetting process in the new york times itself would have allowed all of that to happen. I just think like from washing the documentary. And i still feel this way now even talking about it like we have taken away so much agency for britney spears everyone everyone is allowed to talk about. Britney spears we talk about britney spears podcasters. Talking about britney spears. Everyone is talking about her but she is not allowed to talk for herself. And that is super problematic to me that entire documentary though made me really sad for for her and for the behavior that we ve allowed around her. You saw that perez hilton now that the tide has turned on this because we feasted on that woman in terms of celebrity desecration where we were entitled to just be invasive in every part of her life so that the smallest of things her in the car with her child on her lap photographs taken. That made it look responsible when she was simply trying to get away from parana and now perez hilton now on the other side after making a life and a career off of this kind of thing is saying because it's more popular in easier now. Oh sorry about all of that. My my terrible bad now. I mean also justin timberlake's tweet tweets like. Can we all just agree justin really. It's a little too late like you were the catalyst for a lot of the negative attention that she got. You said terrible things about her and you wrote a song about her making her out to be like a crazy person like this is just. This is too much. Just stay quiet. Don't talk about it. No one's gonna take her apology at face value. I don't think it's just say quiet. Just don't say quiet but don't say quiet twenty years ago which is the issue rate. It's too late it's too late you know you don't really care what you have to say about this. I'm sorry like maybe you've grown as a person but like i don't know by this whole tweet but you mentioned though the the brand still britney's brand still being strong in las vegas. Justin timberlake has so many people around him with an image to protect. the staying. Quiet thing doesn't quite work for someone like that once. This stuff starts coming out in popular opinion changes. He's got he's got an entire economy around him that begins with him being the one who survived being a child star in a balanced way very few child stars have coming up through disney right all that all that stuff early in his career is born of a foundation of disney mythology. Is it not. There's too much to protect their for him to just stay quiet when he's this is i don't know that he's had a worst public. Shame than this well. Well the and he sort of janet jackson he did he did. He did the janet jackson apology with. Britney spears apology. so there's somebody there. There's cultural appropriation there. But also this hearkens back to a conversation that we were having about how you tap into music and you're able to look pass certain wards like nicholas shea can't survive what justin timberlake did publicly people would be trying to cancel. Nicholas j right now. There's a vocal minority that try to do it at justin timberlake. But he actually at the heart of it. He's got the songs he's got the catalog. He's got the talent to kind of be like. Okay we'll look past. We forgive you justin. I just think on the topic of like music and artists like we talked about this a little bit earlier. But i think like you when you listen to a song that you like. You can't un feel what you feel when you hear it right but you can't stop supporting someone financially and i think that maybe there's a lot of bernie fans who are never going to spend a dollar on seeing justin timberlake perform or buying his albums and music or streaming it But if you know. They're at a coffee shop in the hero song on that they like. Maybe they'll they'll still kind of like you know bob around to it. I don't know. I mean i don't know where where you land with any of this. It's very convoluted but yet justin sweets did not do it for me..

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"spears" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Have i again nothing. This conservative ship is lawful from the very beginning the probate court does not have that type of authority so in my opinion all of this is britney spears to the extent that this is what is happening. She's been lied to. She's been gas lit. She's been misled. And the fact that she has a court appointed attorney that is allowing this to happen to me is even more egregious. The whole point of an attorney for the conservancy is to protect against these abuses. And if this turns out to be true. And i have no reason to doubt britney at this point so i'm going to say it sounds like it's truthful. This was abusive. This predatory This is horrifying and is not consistent with the law of the state of california. You know she said repeatedly in her statement to the court last week that she wants. The conservative ship removed even went so far as to say that she wants to sue her family for the four. What she says she's been through and she wants the conservative ship removed without having to be reevaluated. I mean she went out of her way to make that point over and over and over again. And this attorney that you talked about filed a motion just yesterday to remove britney spears father as conservative of the estate. The superior court denied the request. Do we have any sense about why. And what's your response to that. So as we were speaking. I went on the la court website. That's my job. That's what i've been doing for over two decades. I did not see a motion being filed. What i saw was the court. Finally signing in order approving bessemer trust and jamie spears as co conservators and even that is half baked petition that the court appointed attorney came up with In terms of how britney gets out of this conservative ship. I've been clear about this all of my social media and every statement. She needs to get her own attorney. Who is independent from the court and competent enough to file a rid of habeas corpus. She does not need to be evaluated. She does not need to file a petition. She has been denied due process. And those are the circumstances that the court of appeal. That court of appeals in california can immediately rectify. But she has to get away from sam. Ingham i cannot emphasize that enough but but lisa how how the conservative ships supposed to work. It sounds like you're saying that she she cannot get her own attorney outside of the court appointed one where my misunderstanding you our shack certainly can she just has to reach out and make a telephone call at what i'm concerned about is that she may have been gas slipped because the way that this conservative ship was established She actually did hire an attorney. She might even hired two or three different attorneys and each and every time sam ingham went to the superior court where he was known to be a favorite of the judges and he told the judges unlawfully. And i believe unethically that miss spears could not were lacked capacity to retain an attorney even though she had in fact retained an attorney. Names adam streisand. So all she needs to do is pick up. A fallen and any number of competent attorneys would would jump all over themselves to represent britney. Jean spears probably for free and they can terminate this conservatives ship with a risk to the court of appeals will lead some carly is appropriate and conservative ship. Attorney practicing in los angeles.

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"spears" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on Popcast

"A britney and any of this agitation from her about ending the conservative shit boy. That really seems like he's the one instigating her. So i think britney is romantic partners and her romantic life is interestingly is like very much so front and center of the powers that be in the conservative ship. I've been struck by that throughout as well because going back to the trae wig thing you know to your the tabloids tell it he was made co conservative because he was going to be the one on set with her at x-factor factor. Everyday that jamie for whatever reason didn't wanna be there. She didn't want him there but he was gonna be the sort of babysitter while she's doing live. Tv basically and then as liz says you see this flare up around david lucado. There's some some drama. He's sort of shuttled from the whole arrangement. They try to get a restraining order against him and even now with her current boyfriend. You've seen him on instagram. Anti jamie spears stuff. He's obviously been very supportive of her. She mentioned him a lot throughout her speech in court last week. I want my boyfriend to be able to drive me in his car. We want to have kids. I need to get this birth control device so they have conveniently it seems in trying to keep the conservative replace often used boyfriends both to their advantage as part of the business arrangement but also when convenient as a sort of boogeyman to blame any agitation on her part on whoever she's dating at the time even in the context of this most recent britney statement a lot of the pushback that she was registering had to do with performance had to do with touring and to do with the presentational aspect of her job. But it's a very different component of the work then sitting in the studio working in that context doing doing recordings etc and it did make me wonder the degree to which she felt friction in those spaces as opposed to being out in the world in having to kind of put a face on. You don't have to put a face on when you're sitting in a studio. I mean sort of but not in the same way so just made me wonder how different those two those two scenarios were something. That's kind of hiding in plain sight as the content of our albums. I mean there's a lot of songs were she's talking about. Gimme me more being trapped. She often has imagery of herself in chains. It is a little bit like she's been telling us this for a long time when you look at her work. It's so funny to think about that because you can imagine you know if she is and i've heard stories over the years about her having a sort of savant like mine where she'll hear a beat or a reference track you know from another songwriter and say like oh. That's the one. I want that one. You do wonder if she was drawn to these tracks both that she was writing with other people and giving input on but then also ones that were presented to her where she likes this theme of control and an about being cage and that tracks even before the conservative ship. And i think you see a lot of that with any popstar but especially a child up star about who owns me. Is it me or is it my audience or is it my business to that point. You know we talked a lot about jamie. We talked a little bit about samnang on the lawyer. What do you feel based on your reporting..

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"spears" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"spears" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Spears is not online and doesn't handle handle her own social media in any way, shape or form. Very cute. Thank you. Stick with us read between the lines. We know stuff. Yeah, we're going to probably be talking about Britney Spears a lot tomorrow. So you're going to want to stay tuned to the Colleen Bradley Show no matter what we talk about, I mean, but new, But is that too But that, too, and also and such as such as Allison Mack turned over a substantial amount of information to the U. S government about the inner workings of Nexium. This revealed in a sentencing memo, the government apparently asked the Eastern District of New York to impose a sentence. To below otherwise applicable advisory guideline range due to Alison Max assistance in the case, meaning she was dishing the dirt. The former Smallville star pleaded guilty in 2019 racketeering, conspiracy and 168 to 120 months behind bars is the guideline range for her sentencing. Mm. Uh huh. All right. Yeah. So she's probably going to be going to jail for a little while. High, but not later. Not really. Yeah, but not as long as she probably would be. Because she gave the dirt. And finally, if you have an HBO Max account on June 17th, you might have received a strange email with the subject line Integration test email. One Did either of you guys received now? I don't think I did. But if I did, it could have been in my junk that. Okay, So this was a big snafu. Everyone was like, Well, what the heck is this? It Turns out, the intern made the mistake. Oh, okay, we'll blame it on the Internet. That's what HBO. Max is doing their help, Twitter said. We mistakenly sent out an empty test email. And yes, it was the intern. They said. They're helping the entire way to throw that up. I mean, you guys there might not even be an intern. And that's what I love about the stories. You know. We don't have an intern, but I would love to just blame everything on the intern. Yeah, all the interns. It's all there. Fault. The in terms of that's all the dirt we have this hour. If you don't like the.

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"spears" Discussed on Bourbon on the Cheap

Bourbon on the Cheap

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"spears" Discussed on Bourbon on the Cheap

"With names such as Elijah Craig Jim Beam and Evan Williams engraved in Bourbon him. The name, Jacob Spears is often overlooked. In fact few outside of experienced. Urban lovers have ever heard his name. Who he is Jacob Spears Fred Minutes book bourbon the rise fall and Rebirth of an American whiskey says given all the facts. We have Jacob Spears is Bourbons. Most probable Creator. His descendants say he is the one who at least came up with the name bourbon after Bourbon County the mystery behind Jacob beers and his contribution to Bourbon is as interesting as his story itself. He was a man who engaged in several occupations. He was a farmer distiller dealer in Blue Grass Seed and breeder of fine horses in this episode. We will examine the life of Jacob Spears and ask the question life is his story Untold. Let me a button podcast is your source for real commentary heartfelt dialogue conspiracy theories and that much-needed laugh connect with us on Facebook Instagram. Tik Tok and Twitter where you will find stupid dad jokes and inspirational messages listen to us on Apple podcast Google podcast Spotify Pandora, iHeartRadio sneaker and 30 plus other platforms early settlers first came into Central Kentucky and the 1770s bought one thing they often did after staking their claims to the land was to grow corn to feed their families and their livestock soon Farmers produce more corn wage. They needed or could sell conveniently. Using early American resourcefulness, the pioneers made corn whiskey many of these settlers were Scottish Irish and many had been distillers for Generations wage. They brought their traditions and their expertise with them to Kentucky. Although the Revolutionary War interrupted the lives of even those in the frontier as soon as the war was over Kentucky citizens again took up farming and Distilling in Earnest many farmers constructed their own steals or took their corn to a neighbor process home by 1792. There were five hundred steals in Kentucky and buy 1812. There were two thousand and by this time the Steelers had started to transform the wrong White Lightning product into a smooth sophisticated Brown whiskey aged in charred Oak barrels whiskey proved to be an important commodity to early, Kentucky. It was sometimes used in place of money many people were paid their expenses with barrels of whiskey. As a preventative this wholesome beverage was also believed to be good for snakebites fallen arches chills and fever women's complaints and baby seals in early Kentucky whiskey was almost as essential as milk meat salt flour and cornmeal one such settler was Jacob Spears song Jacob who was born in Rockingham County, Virginia in 1754 was a revolutionary war veteran having served in Captain. Hoglund's company of Colonel William cross regiment during the Sandusky expedition of 1782. He later joined Joseph Bowman's company is a sergeant and trekked without outfit to present-day Harrodsburg in Mercer County. Where he purchased a tract of Bourbon County Land from John Hagen? Jacob Spears family moved to Kentucky and the late Seventeen eighties soon. After arriving in Bourbon County Spears would begin to distill whiskey at the time. It was not called Bourbon and there is some debate about its origin interesting fact Jacob met Mason and Dixon at his Tavern on the genie River when they were surveying the Mason-Dixon line. One of the main attractions of the Bluegrass region is the Kentucky Kentucky Bourbon Trail a driving tour that visits seven of the more famous bourbon distilleries in the area off ironically the trail bypasses the place where it all began located in the countryside just north of Paris and Bourbon County. Of course on quiet Kaiser road is the Jacob Spears house and Distillery also known as The Stone Castle. The Stone federal-style House, which features Gothic Revival additions was built on Spears's property somewhere around 1790 by Thomas Metcalfe a fellow Bourbon County resident who would become Kentucky's 10th Governor together with his wife and Elizabeth spiers raised six children to include four daughters and two sons on Thursday. Very Farm while he continued to produce bourbon from markets as far away as New Orleans just across Clara Kaiser Road from the house sits the remaining Stone bourbon Warehouse that was built around the same time as house up to 2,500 barrels of whiskey could be stored in this remarkably preserved outbuilding. I'm still standing on this far more Spring House and store house for his bourbon whiskey. It is the most complete distillers complex still in existence today. According to an 1897 account. Jacob Spears is Bourbon County Distillery was known as the famous peacock Distillery standing Hillside near Kaiser long enough former Community along Stoner Creek five miles north of Paris Baptist preacher and distiller Elijah Craig often gets credit for giving bourbon its distinctive color eggs taste as he was reportedly the first to agent and charred Oak Cask, but Jacob Spears who lived in Kentucky Bourbon County was the first to lay off his barrels his Bourbon and he began shipping them to New Orleans where there is coincidentally he Bourbon Street even the name is debated home. Some people theorize that the whiskey was named after Bourbon County and Kentucky While others think the namesake was Bourbon Street in New Orleans. But Richard Campanella author of Bourbon Street says the connection between the street and the whiskey is purely coincidence. He writes then there is the name that America's most famous Locale for Libations shares a sobre with America's most famous distilled Spirit was pure Serendipity Bourbon Street and bourbon the whiskey do however have a common origin both salute the Royal House of bourbon the former and the 1720s and the latter in 1780s when a cross county in Kentucky was so named to honor King Louis XVI and to the 16 say to the American Revolution that region would later be specialized in the.

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