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Lavern Spicer Is Much More Than 'Just a Black Woman'

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 min | Last month

Lavern Spicer Is Much More Than 'Just a Black Woman'

"Say on your website and the website is Laverne 2022 dot com. Democrats only judge me by the color of my skin, but I'm much more than just a black woman explain. Yes, I'm much more than that. I am a fighter and I will continue fighting for this country and fighting for what I believe in and speaking of racist attacks. I get those all day long every day in my inbox. For some reason they believe that when Hitler died, he was reincarnated and came back as Biden. And they tell me that he's going to come down and smack me back to the democratic plantation that I belong on. And I know that's a lie. And they can not sell us me. And the Democrats want to tell us how we supposed to feel what we supposed to say. And how we supposed to act.

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Florida's Lavern Spicer Is a Grassroots Candidate Like No Other

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last month

Florida's Lavern Spicer Is a Grassroots Candidate Like No Other

"Spicer is here. This is why the Republican establishment is like, I don't know if we want to win. Well, I want Laverne to win and I want people like her to win. Laverne, welcome to the program. How are you? I am feeling very well and thank you Charlie for that warm welcome. Well, I just love your background. I love why you're running. Tell our audience, what is your background? Why are you running? Tell us about yourself. Okay. Well, I'm running because 22 years ago, I started a food bank in my community. And we provide food for several thousand families. Each and every month. That's the senior community that made less than $200 a month $5 on food stamps. That's the veterans that are staying in the street because they don't have a place to go. We give them a hot food. And also box food that they can take home to cook. We have those people that are homeless that have been left behind, that have been destroyed because of these failed policies of the Democrats. We are here to keep them afloat and to show them love and restore their dignity and life. So after doing this for so many years, I heard president Trump say, why don't you take your community back because they're not helping you anyway. So that just wrong a bail for me and I'm like, and I was like, you know, he's right. It's time to go to the next level of fighting for these people. And show them how to fight for themselves because the black community is tired of being sick and tired. We're tired of the Democrats last. They only use us for the votes. They come out and get these old people, these dinners of fish and salmon, and then once they vote for them, you know, they don't have us. And that's why these communities are failing.

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"spicer" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:45 min | Last month

"spicer" Discussed on TFG Truth

"You know, because they want to make everything about the police. When it's a police that kills a black person, they want to make it all about the police department. But what about that black owned black crime that takes place every day, especially in her district when on any given day, a hundred plus more people are shot on the corner in Chicago. So none of that matters because it's black on black. But when it's blue on black, then that's when everything changes up. So we know what this is all about. We know that they want to come for our guns. And that's why we as conservative must continue to fight for our rights because they're trying to censor every move that we make in this country. And it's time out for it. And Laverne, to me, what's scary about that is, you know, even when I've been now politically involved for the last four or 5 years, but, you know, before that, not that I was paying attention as much, but I don't remember them just slapping us across the face with it. They don't even care that we know what their agenda is anymore. They're just telling us, and that's what's really scary. What I see in The White House is a total joke. When you look at Joe Biden's staff, he had those two to one in the colorful dresses with the ball head and the other old one that wears the big long dress that looks like an older lady. Those two are a joke. How can we send them to any country to represent us? We're the laughing stock of the world. And he can't remember damn thing that he's supposed to be signing in at first place. And Kamala, what is she gonna do? Going laugh her way around the world. Ha ha ha. Everything is a joke. You know, if you send her to the border, that's a joke. Everything everywhere she goes, it's a joke. And so is his whole staff. You know, he can't remember his son is all over social media. Walking around the beach with his drawers off his shirt on his side. On his shoulder, you know, and everything else that they showing that he's doing including buying crack and everything else. And smoking it. Yeah, smoking, of course. Swinging around pulls naked. You know, and nothing is sad. Nothing is sad about that. You know, no investigations, nothing. You know? And all of this is a big joke. It's a joke. Speaking of Kamala going to the border. To be fair, she did. She was just like a thousand miles actually away from the actual border, but she took over the borders our role God knows how long that was. I've had the opportunity to interview sheriff Mark Daniels, who's on the coaches county. He's the head of the coach. She's county sheriff department. We actually start him yesterday.

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'Titanic' and 'The Omen' actor David Warner dies at 80

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

'Titanic' and 'The Omen' actor David Warner dies at 80

"Actor David Warner has died from a cancer related illness in London according to his family he was 80 I marches our letter with a look at his career None of these stewards have seen that David Warner was an acclaimed Shakespearean stage actor who mostly gave it up because he had stage fright He was known for playing the valet Spicer lovejoy in Titanic Jack the Ripper in the film time after time and more recently naval officer admiral boom in Mary Poppins returns Why have I let the supreme be in keep me here in the fortress of ultimate darkness Warner also portrayed the evil genius in the movie time bandits and dillinger in the 1982 version of Tron Warner had roles in two Star Trek films and in Star Trek The Next Generation each time as a member of a different species

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"spicer" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"So let's say NBC, they might have 5 correspondence or Washington Post. So you would send some folks to the briefing room, find out who was there so that you would and then you could say to the president, okay, Peter Alexander from NBC is here. So and so from The Washington Post is here. And you'd kind of get a sense. And then reporters would call you prior to a press conference or briefing. And they said, hey, by the way, I got a question. I'd love to ask about immigration today. But there's a big question about Canada or whatever. And so you say to the president, mister president, we've got several requests for questions today. I recommend so and so and so and so today because the idea is that I would want to advance and I remember the first time and I put this list together and he just looks at me and I thought he was going to tear my head off. And he was like, yeah, I think I got this. Yeah. I think I got this, yeah. I can not imagine Joe Biden saying that. And really, you brought something up and just the serious and funny side of it is what else do they give him cards for? Well, that's what I'm saying. It's scary. And it really brings the begs the question on who's riding the cards and putting this out there, but it is because all right folks, Sean, Spicer with me today on the dot com's podcast. He's got his own podcast coming is out now. Get it where Sean tell us where we can get the podcast. Wherever you get it, you go to Sean Spicer dot com, but you can also go to Apple or wherever you get it. It's called beyond the briefing with Sean Spicer. Get it, it's beyond the briefing. And then obviously Spicer and companies every night, 5 o'clock on newsmax. But yeah, anywhere that you get your podcast iTunes, Spotify, et cetera, go there, download it, subscribe, rate it, love it. Oh my goodness. Hey folks, we've been on with Sean Spicer. Great conversation just where we hit a lot of topics got his new podcast out. But I think the thing that is hit for Sean and I appreciate him so much on his show. Go watch him on his show. It's just the honesty that we take a look at where we are as a country. We got a lot of questions. And there's questions out there that I think people need Andrew. That's why we're here. That's why we're here on the dot com S podcast. That's why Sean is going to be beyond the briefing and also on sponsoring company as well. Go out, have a great day, look forward to seeing you again on the Doug Collins podcast. Hey, everybody. I just want to talk about sleep. You know why I want to talk about sleep? Because I just got out from underneath my pillow bed sheets and my pillow that I keep under my head every night because I like to sleep on my side, I'll actually sleep on my back, a lot of sleep, you know, I move at night and my pillow is just the best thing that goes under my head. It keeps me getting restless sleep. The sheets are amazing. It's just what you need. Everybody understands you need 7 hours of sleep. Why not sleep in some of the best products out there? And Mike and the folks at MyPillow are great folks to do this with and you can go to my pillow dot com or you can call them at 805 6 four 8 four 7 5. You'd code word Collins. So LL INS, you won't want to miss this. If you have not got these Giza bedsheets, you need them. They're amazing. They're soft. They don't wear out. Do you need those to get that sleep against your body at night and provide that cooling just soothing nature? They let you get the most sleep. But you know they're not just about bed sheets and pillows. They also have the my slippers, amazing. I don't wear, I've talked to you about it before. I don't wear slippers, but I do wear my slippers. They're amazingly comfortable. You can wear them outside. You can wear them inside. Great products. You've got towels. You've got all kinds of stuff. Go to my pillow dot com. It's spring cleaning time. It's spring time to get out there and try and buy new things. Replace some of your old stuff. You'll run a place your towels get some other products for your bedroom. All at my pillow dot.

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Sean Spicer Gives His Take on the Decrease in Military Recruitment

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Sean Spicer Gives His Take on the Decrease in Military Recruitment

"The recently there was a story that came out that said that 40% that they basically the army was at 40% of its recruitment quoted for this year. Air force is looking like an architect from Bruce ve in the air forces is struggling navy struggling, marines say that they're not. They're saying it's the worst since 73 since the volunteer army came into being. What's your sort of take on that? I'd love to get your sort of behind the scenes. I know I have some ideas. I'd love to hear your ideas about that. So let's say this first and foremost, and you probably know this is at any ideas that I express from my alone exactly. We'll have the opinions on the Department of Defense Department of navy or it's interesting. I didn't know that prior to you sharing that with me. So I will say this, it's interesting because normally during a period of economics churn, recruiting goes way up because people look at the military as a very safe place, right? You get a job, you get job security, you get great benefits. When it comes to war, you know, we're not we're out of Afghanistan and Iraq. I mean, there's obviously some hotspots. But it's not like it was ten years ago. So I think that's a fascinating question because there's two things that kind of pop to mind. One, is there a lack of national patriotic call to service, desire to serve? And two is there a woke element here where people who do want to serve are saying, I don't see the services exhibiting the same strength that they did, say, ten, 15, 20, 50 years ago. In the sense that they are now not about service that are about all of this inclusion and equity that I see online. Right. I don't know. It's interesting. I'm literally thinking off the top of my head as we

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Sean Spicer Wants to Show You Another Side of His Podcast Guests

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Sean Spicer Wants to Show You Another Side of His Podcast Guests

"One of the things you talk about Donald Trump, everybody always used to ask me, what is he like? And I said, for me, he's the same off camera as he is. On camera, except maybe a little more animated off camera, but he's the same kind of person. You and I, you know, we get that part. But you know, when you go to these songwriters, you mentioned John rich, who was an entertainer actor, everything else. But the background of so many of these folks that you see are hard work is tenacity. It's the things that you can't bring out in a three or four minute interview. Yeah, but that's the thing is that when you have, when you're in politics in particular, but even if it's not, even if it's just on TV or an entertainment of some sort. And you just are seeing somebody through the clip. And then you have a conversation with them and you get to have an exchange with them of some sort of even maybe share a meal or something. And you get to know them. I'm always intrigued by so I was like, wow, I never knew that about you. You know, to your point, like Trump, it was funny at one point a Sunday show commentator with that hair. Said that Trump never laughs. And I thought, are you kidding me? He is one of the funniest damn people I've ever met. I mean, he tells jokes. He laughs. And I mean, some of the jokes you don't want to repeat. But. There are things about, and then I will tell you, I've also seen a guy like that be like some unbelievably compassionate and empathetic. And so for me, it's like, I don't know, like I said, I just think it's fun to share with people aside of somebody that you know exists, but they may never see.

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Sean Spicer Tells Us About His Latest Podcast Adventure

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Sean Spicer Tells Us About His Latest Podcast Adventure

"Sean, welcome back to the Douglas podcast. Always going to be with you Doug. Yeah, we're at 5 o'clock every weekday. And then the thing that's interesting is the show, I love doing the show. It's been one of the greatest things in my life, just to be able to have these great conversations with folks. Every night, but there are only limited to 5 to 7 minutes. And so you get three to four questions. And the thing that I wanted to do with this podcast, it's just twice a week, so it's not meant to. It's meant to, so many times I have a guest. And I'll say, okay, so it's topical. So tonight we're having, you know, so and so on and we're going to talk about immigration, but I'm like, gosh, I really love the background of that person. And so the title of the podcast is beyond the briefing. And the idea is when I was press secretary, everyone knew me from the briefing. And I was like, well, there's a lot beyond the briefing that you don't know about me. And so the idea is to get to know people beyond the briefing. So the other day I interviewed the president of Guatemala on the show. Well, everybody wants you to ask the questions that Kamala Harris won't, right? Immigration. But when you start to do some research about this guy, his political background and his upbringing are absolutely fascinating. And I'm thinking, okay, this is the kind of guy that I want to sit down with for 20 minutes. And again, that's the idea. It's just 20 minutes to go beyond the briefing to say, tell me a little bit about who you are as a person, you know, and I'm just an inquisitive guy. I mean, whether it's how does Doug Collins get elected to Congress and, you know, you and I have known each other. Yeah, there's a lot of people ask that question. I sort of grown up in politics. I always, I was the kid that always would sort of like love to scratch that surface and be like, tell me, how did you get here? And so whether it's business entertainment politics, I'm just always inquisitive about how somebody got there.

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Sean Spicer: The Story Behind the Podium

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | 8 months ago

Sean Spicer: The Story Behind the Podium

"What was it like when you first knew you were going to stand behind that Cody? So it was interesting because I was in New York City on December 22nd when Trump had announced that my family had come up. We were actually on our way to Rhode Island. It was a we normally had we go home to my parents place and spend Christmas up there. So I'd been in New York working on the campaign. So that we stopped in New York to kind of pick me up and it was about 1 o'clock. And I remember looking and all of the TV screens had it on. And you know, we went out to dinner and it was just that that day changed everything. And you know, I joke with people that there was the day, you know, I had done about 500 interviews. During the course of my 6 years at the RNC, and I had gotten recognized in like the sweater section of a Joseph a banks in Alexandria. And even then it wasn't even like a real recognition. The guy was like, I think you're the repository guy. Yeah. So it was definitely weird to suddenly go from that to like because, as you know, Trump is a very polarizing guy. Everyone had an opinion. They were either loved you or hated you right off the bat. And then it got much more intense. So it was just, I mean, it's sort of was very, very odd to go from. Walking down the street no one care to suddenly everybody's staring and pointing. And it was also just very weird for my family as well because suddenly it became a concern about what people them as well going, okay. Do you want to be do I need to worry about your safety

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Sean Spicer Describes the Biggest Changes Occurring in Politics

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | 8 months ago

Sean Spicer Describes the Biggest Changes Occurring in Politics

"Time. Sean sponsors with us, Sean. Where's multitudes of hats from author to newsmax has one of the hottest shows in the country home newsmax in the evenings of just a great guy but he also comes from a great background. Navy guy, for some who know I had my short time in the night before I went to the air force so we have some similarities here as we go. But coming up did a lot of politics, a lot of things before becoming actual press secretary for Donald Trump. So we're going to talk about a lot of things, but Sean, thanks for coming on the show today. You bet, good to be with you. Let's start off right now. When you came into, I want to start a jump forward then we'll jump backwards. Politics, when you really got involved and we're going at it and we both been in a long time, what do you think the biggest change is that we see in politics today from when we were verbally nailing in wood stakes and Putin campaign signs on at 20 and 30 years ago? I mean, I think the speed. So social media has really changed a lot of that. We first got in, when I first started campaigns in the early 90s, you put out a press release, maybe in the morning and hope that you would see it on the evening news in the next day's paper. There was this lag of, you know, when you put something out, and now you don't have to wait for the media to be an intermediary. And so you have instant reactions. You can have your own Twitter following and YouTube channel and email list. And so you build your own base and so the speed at which things happens is instantaneous. And so I think that has changed everything, because there's no time to digest things. There's no time to everyone wants an instant reaction. And instant outrage. And so the model has shifted significantly and you can't

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Out of time. Sean Spicer congratulations on your show. Congratulations on the book radical nation. Keep fighting the good fight. God bless you. Thank you. Merry Christmas Eric. Merry Christmas. I'm John Smith baker, founder of fathers in the field, a national ministry dedicated to connecting godly men to mentor follows boys. Fatherlessness is tearing at the fabric of our country. I believe it is the number one societal issue that is decimating the family in America. Are you called by the lord to serve to lead and to fight for the hurt and the abandon? Are you ready to be the tip of the spiritual spear as we faithfully and obediently respond to the biblical mandate to defend the fatherless? If so, then this work opportunity may be exactly what you've been praying for and know that we have been praying for you as well. We are immediately hiring full time regional field missionary positions. The fathers in the field mission is to equip and empower Christian men through the local church to engage with broken families to restore the wounded hearts of fatherless boys. If God almighty has called you, join us in this battle for the fatherless, apply now..

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Stops then. Well, so who do you see who sees what you see? Who's willing to fight? I think if folks like Josh hawley, it seems to me they're just a handful of people who are willing to say the kinds of things that you're saying. Well, I think that it's much lower than that. You think I look at the people just south of the loud encounter in Virginia where I live and I'm thinking those parents got out there and started to say no when it came to critical race theory when it came to the agenda and things that were being taught to their children. But that's where it starts Eric. When parents get involved and start saying no, I'm not going to allow this to happen. When people run for the school board and say, I'm not going to let my kid hear that. Read that book anymore. Have that agenda or that app that pushes and questions in third grade, whether or not they want to take a sexuality test. That's when it starts. That's where it matters because what we have seen more than anything through this pandemic is that it is the local school boards. It's the town councils where we can really start to affect real change now. I think you're right. And I always bring up that clip from the movie to a Torah where, you know, the Japanese realized they've attacked Pearl Harbor. They've awakened a sleeping giant. And I kind of feel, that's where we are now, that sometimes when you attack, you win. So other times when you attack, you wake people up who then begin to fight. They have not been fighting. They've been sleeping or just mowing their lawn, doing what they do. Suddenly, I think your average American recognizes, I need to fight. This is for everything. This is for history. This is for my kids. And so I think we're living in an exciting time ultimately if we keep fighting and speaking out the way the way you are, do you think Trump will get back in? I mean, what can you say about that and your official position? I do. I mean, look, he's a wild card. He always keeps it close to the vest. But I will say that from everything he said and done, I get the feeling that that's what he is moving towards. Yeah, I don't think there's any doubt. I also don't think there's any doubt that the zillions of Americans who voted for him and the many people that have woken up to the horrors of the current regime will put him in office because there is no one quite like him. I don't think that while he is able to do what he was doing, that there's anybody to compare we're out.

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:34 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Can't remember now. You've written a book actually. So the first one was the briefing when I left The White House. I actually wrote a book called the briefing that was about my life, my experiences. And then just over a year ago, I wrote another book called leading America that was about president Trump and his agenda. Suddenly I remember now that you mentioned it because you were on here. Well, radical nation is a book that outlines what is happening. And I think it's important for us as Americans to realize that we can no longer trust people. We have to ourselves see what is happening. We have to hold our leaders accountable. And I know you do that on your show. You go through this stuff. And you try to, I think that you're gracious and you're generous. You're willing to really try to see things as they are, but we're in a war right now. It seems to me. And then it seems to me that what you write about in radical nation, if this administration gets its way, it's the end of America. And I'm not speaking hyperbolically. The problem is once government gets its hands on things it doesn't give them back. So I think that what they have realized is that through build back better and the infrastructure plan and climate change and all this stuff is that if we spread enough money around, get people addicted to a push enough people over our southern border. We'll have a permanent democratic majority that will be addicted to our policies. Can you stay on for another four minutes? Of course, thank you. Okay, folks, we're talking to the author of radical nation Sean Spicer. Don't go away. Let me tell you everything right together with you. When I call in you. Hey there, folks. He was Trump's White House, press, secretary. He was. I'm Dancing with the Stars. He is the author of radical nation. He's the host of a program on newsmax every night. What is it 6 p.m.? 6 p.m. eastern. Sean, it's good to talk to you and get to know you're out there. Congratulations again on the book. I just have to ask you, do you think going forward? Because again, the agenda you lay out in radical nation. It's so radical. It's so anti American, so destructive. Do you get the impression because I do that they know their time is short. They know they only have a little moment where they have enough power to do these things which perhaps can't be undone. 100%. So when they lost in Virginia and frankly, almost lost in New Jersey a couple of weeks ago. What they recognized is that the clock is ticking. They have until next November. The house is gone. Through redistricting alone, they know that. And the dirty secret is speaker Pelosi is retiring. So whether they lose the house by two or 20 doesn't matter, they need as much of this agenda passed, so they will go to whatever length is necessary to make D.C. estate to pack the court to codify DACA to give citizenship. You name it, they will do it as much as they can as quick as they can because come November of next year. They will lose the house and the Biden agenda stops.

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:27 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The question? That is the question. But look, you've been on the inside. How do you explain it with a Republicans like that? Who needs radical Democrats? I mean, it's just like, wait, is that why I think you're right on some of these things? It's like I look at this and I'm going wait a second. So you have a guy who is leading the VA who's providing the care to those who have served this nation who has no experience in the field whatsoever in dealing with a broken system where it needs help and it needs to provide care and services to those who have earned it. And yet we threw it away to a guy because it was a political payoff to Barack Obama's former chief of staff. Why? Where were the Republicans? Where would the Republicans stand? Why are so many other people getting through? We have at least a 50 50. We can stop a lot of this stuff, and we don't. I think it's because, you know, this is why I am willing to go to the extent of saying that I think people like Mitch McConnell, their cowards, and ultimately their traders. They are exactly the problem. It's because of them that we have gotten here. And I believe that the American voters, many of them, finally see this, and finally see that if we don't have whether it's Trump or someone like Trump, somebody who believes in the make America great again ideas that we can't go forward that these rhinos have traded power for truth for it's a horrifying thing to see, but I think many Americans, many Americans who voted for Trump, they see this. They see that finally, this is kind of where we are. These are the folks we can point the finger at. That's how we got here. Yeah. Well, I mean, there's some great things that McConnell, for example, was done. He stopped Merrick Garland from being on the Supreme Court. He shepherded through three great Supreme Court Justices in terms of Gorsuch and Barrett and Kavanaugh. So there are some things that he did phenomenally well for the conservative movement. And I think that they will pay dividends for generations. There are other things where I'm trying to figure out why we capitulated. And if we just carried that same spirit through, but I think so many of these folks have been in Washington for so long that the name of the game is how do I get a deal where you might get 60? I get 40, but at least I get to 40 that I needed to go back to my district and get reelected or my state and get reelected. Instead of saying, no, it's not the right thing to do, and I'm willing to die for it. Well, I guess that's the thing. I mean, I really do believe that unless you believe in this crazy thing called truth and unless you believe in virtue unless you believe that there's a God who will back you up when you do the right thing, you won't do the right thing. And these people are tremendously cynical power brokers and they their fingers in the wind. That's why even when you refer to McConnell's victories, so to speak, it's hard for me not to wonder whether he simply did that to placate the base so that people couldn't dismiss him completely, so they would say, well, he's done these things because I just don't get the impression that he believes in anything and that he will do what he needs to do that these are very canny career politicians. And we know that the founders knew that career politicians would be the enemy of American freedom and self government, but somehow we've got both legislative bodies loaded with these kinds of career politicians. I don't think that that's off. I think that's part of what I've done in the book is right. There's one chapter called Biden ink and another one that details some of the people in his cabinet and other understanding who they are in their backgrounds though is crucial to understanding this administration because when you see where they come from and what they've done in the past, you will understand what you're talking about even to a greater extent because as I was researching it, I'm like, I had no idea the length and breath and depth that some of these people had come from. It is dramatic. Is radical nation your first book. I can't.

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:06 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"How this is possible. It's obviously not. We're going to go to break when we come back. I'll let you finish that thought. Folks, the book is radical nation. Sean Spicer is my guest. Please come home for Christmas if not for Christmas but you is like Friends and nations hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about a dollar a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise, even just getting older or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too. Go to relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. Folks, I'm talking to Sean Spicer, formerly with the Trump administration. Now the host of a wonderful show on news max and the author right now of a new book radical nation Joe Biden and Kamala Harris is dangerous plan for America. You were just saying Sean that you believe. I mean, you're being gracious, but that folks like McConnell and company are that they really want to make a deal, whatever. But I guess my question is, is that what they're there for? What kind of a deal? They don't really believe that they can work against the build back better preposterous agenda. Do you really think that they don't think that that's a bad thing or that they I mean, are they ignorant? Do they not understand that we know that they have to understand the basics? I just get the impersonation. I don't care. So they're fighting build back better, but I still think the infrastructure deal was a joke and you had 19 Republican side with that. Because at some point that they thought it was a good for their district. There are people. Here's the thing that I don't understand. Dennis McDonough, I write about this in the book because the secretary of veterans affairs. He's never served in the military. He's never worked with veteran service organizations. He's not a doctor, which is at least the leading service that the VA provides. He's only the second person ever to lead the VA and all these Republicans voted for him. Why? Why did we vote for that's.

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:43 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Centuries. You know, I was doing a show three, four weeks ago. And the producer called me before the show and said, let me ask you a question. Can you could you give us one example of something that Biden did well? And I went like this. And she was like, I mean, she's like, seriously. And I said, no, no, I'll listen to you. If you can give me one thing, I'll say it. But I couldn't think of one thing that they've done well. Foreign policy, it's been a complete debacle, the economic policies like you say, going out of their way. You think about it. He came in to do three things, right? To unify the country to get the economy roaring after COVID and to contain COVID. None of the three things that he said himself would happen have occurred. Beyond that, he's ruined a heck of a lot more affiliations going up Afghanistan with her withdrawal. We're having a huge problem with our allies. Our adversaries China and Russia are having calls at night to plot against us. I mean, what's going right right now? What's going right? Well, look, this is why I do believe that no one is incompetent enough to achieve these losses, so to speak. No, but no level of incompetence could account for what is happening. What is happening in America right now, strikes me as the dedicated plan of folks who are effectively anti American founding marxists and they will do whatever they can to destroy the nation for which millions have died over the centuries. But I think the mistake that folks on the right make, and this is the point of radical nation, is that, for example, when we talk about Biden's not doing his job on the southern border. That's a mistake. He is. They know what they're doing. These are future voters. They know exactly what they're doing and every time folks on the right try to think that it's them not doing their job, we're missing the point here. They're doing their job, which is filling the roles of future voters. They're making New York City voters, non citizens, 804,000 of them giving them the right to vote. They're giving it to them in New Hampshire. Vermont and two cities in Maryland and want, this is slowly becoming that way. They want to make D.C. a state to get two more democratic senators. This discussion about voting rights is a farce. It's not about voting rights. It's about how to bring more people onto the democratic roles. I mean, the bottom line is they have a plan. It's happening right beneath our noses, and we need to wake up and understand what's going on to stop it. Well, do people, I mean, it seems to me that the Republican establishment is guilty. They are responsible for the dismantling of America before our eyes, because they are the ones to whom we look for for something. We expect action. And there's just a handful of folks in the legislative branch. You seem to be willing to really fight this. I mean, Mitch McConnell and others, they, to me, seem exactly horrible to say, but exactly like Joe Biden. They just want power. They really don't care about America or truth. Terrible to say, but true. I don't know that that's, I would go as far as that, but I will say that there is an element of they want to make a deal more than they want to promote the right thing. So it's like, well, I got a deal. And I'm part of me is I get that sometimes. But at the end of the day, for example, we're going to walk out of this entire pandemic with China stronger. I don't understand.

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"V Sean Spicer, the book is radical nation Joe Biden and Kamala Harris dangerous plan for America. One of the issues that's really close to my heart, Sean and probably to yours is religious liberty. How is it that somebody who pretends to be a Catholic Christian could be evidently the enemy of American style religious liberty? It's really, it's a conundrum, if you believe in logic, but I think when you're dealing with folks like this, you realize that it really is about power. It's not about what they believe. Well, I think that's absolutely right. They look at this as I can check a box. I can say I'm religious. No one's going to name check me because the folks on the left aren't going to do it, right? You think about the folks in The Washington Post to The New York Times. You think they're going to call him out for the hypocrisy of his Catholicism, the idea that he says I'm a practicing Catholic and I go to church and yet I don't abide by the church's teachings. In fact, I openly put claim my obstinance to some of their teachings when it comes to life and gay marriage and things like that. You know, frankly, that's the bottom line though. If you know there's no consequences, it's like crime. Now while it's wrong to do, but if you could walk into a store and know that you could take stuff, there would be no consequences. You wouldn't go to jail. There'd be no record. Then it makes it less tough to get over. And I think that's for the left. They know that they can do things because no one's going to call them out for it. It's so obvious. I mean, I think sometimes I watch TV less because this stuff, it's gotten so obvious. I mean, the brazenness, whether it's people actually looting stores and not getting arrested for it, or folks like Biden, doing what they're doing and realizing they're no consequences. My theory is that it is waking up Americans that their Americans seeing that, wow, I have to admit I didn't dream it could get this bad. Because things are if you go down the line, I don't think you would have to work hard and they've been working hard to make things this bad. It's as if they are the dedicated enemies of America and they are doing everything that can be done while they can do it to dismantle the America of the founders that we've had for nearly two and a half centuries..

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"When we come back folks, I'll continue the conversation with Sean Spicer, the new book is called radical nation don't go away. In case you haven't been paying attention, the Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up, the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leading the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation that's the last thing we need, our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your gold, it is real, it is physical, it's always been valuable since the dawn of time, legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy, p.m. investments dot com. Folks welcome back, I'm talking to Sean Spicer.

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Sean Spicer Talks About His New Book 'Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's Dangerous Plan for America'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 10 months ago

Sean Spicer Talks About His New Book 'Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's Dangerous Plan for America'

"Let's get to the subject of your book radical nation. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris is dangerous plan for America. Why do you suppose somebody who most of his life was, I think thought of as just a centrist, maybe a political genuine political hack who it's kind of go along with whatever to stay in power, which is exactly what the founders hoped would not happen in the centuries ahead. But how do you suppose he was persuaded to tack this hard left to the point of a kind of legislative madness being unfurled as we sit here? I don't think he was persuaded. I think there are two things to keep in mind. One, I lay this out in the book. Joe Biden has always been a sort of finger in the wind politician. When he started his career as a senator, he believed that roe V wade was improperly decided that life began at conception. He will change his position to fit the political times. So that's who he's always been. Number one, number two, is he said it during the campaign that he wanted to be the most progressive president ever. Joe Biden realizes that at 78 years old, he's not running for a second reelection. He's not going to get a ton done. But he needs to fulfill this idea of becoming the most progressive president ever. One of the first meetings that I write about that occurred in The White House is when he met with a bunch of liberal historians to figure out how to outdo FDR. And you think about the type of people that he's chosen already. Kamala Harris. He chose her not because of her qualifications or experience or because she was frankly even loved by her own party. He chose her because of the color of her skin and her gender. Actually, can I tell you what? He didn't choose her because of the color of his skin. He chose her because she identifies publicly as a black woman. I am darker than the vice president. So we are living in a time now where it's that political.

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:19 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"To see you. Good to see you. For a second, I actually thought you might have Melissa. I was ready to ask a question. I was going to say, but you're the real thing. Who wants the actress when we can get the guy spicy himself, okay? It's kind of funny because Saturday Night Live rarely does stuff that is to my mind. I mean, if they were making fun of me, maybe I wouldn't see their way. But it struck me as a tremendously affectionate homage. Like there was just something about it that I don't know if you ever talked about that publicly. But there's something about the way she did it that made me whether I knew you or not, like you because of because of what she did. Did you did you feel that or were you just annoyed? So the first one that they did, I thought was like, not only funny, but let's be honest. It was kind of well deserved. I had a tough week. And made a few missteps. And so I thought it was like, okay, that's a little bit of a jab. You gotta laugh at yourself. And so well deserved. The subsequent ones I thought were really starting to get personal. And while they definitely had a hint of humor in them, I thought that they were more like mean spirited than funny. Actually, that's interesting, 'cause I may be missed those. I may be missed those. I mean, I'm not even kidding. I'm not even kidding. The super soaker one got all the attention, and then I don't look. I don't remember, since they weren't making fun of me. I don't know the details of it the way that you do. But let me just say you're a great sport. And that is a high compliment to be a great sport. In this day and age, obviously now you have a show with newsmax. So you parlayed your gig with president Trump into a show on newsmax. I think that's pretty good. And you have a wonderful what's your co host name? Lizzie Keith. Yeah. Keith, she is so lovely. I have had the privilege of meeting her. It's a wonderful show. Congratulations on the show, but congratulations on the book because we do need people to articulate the madness of what Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are perpetrating or let's start here. Is it the two of them or any semblance of the two of them that are doing this? Who do you think first question? Who do you think is running the country? Because I think most Americans know it ain't Joe. So in the book, I talk about a meeting that a bunch of Republican senators have in the Oval Office with Biden and Susan Collins notes that Biden's agreeing with everything they're saying. She's signing off on it and then Ron claimed The White House chief of staff is in the back of the room, like shaking his head. And they effectually started referring to him as prime minister klain. I think he is probably the head of the pure pure of her bureau. But he is one of probably 5 Steve Rochelle who is a senior counselor to him. There's a few that have been around him for a long time, but I think they claim is probably the chief among them. But it's interesting because nobody knows who these people are. I mean, you do, 'cause you're a D.C. insider. You have a news show, but most Americans have no idea who the folks are that you just mentioned. So I just want to ask you, my question is always, is it not clearly unconstitutional to be to have somebody that we call the president who is not in fact presiding who is not in fact leading? Have we ever had anything quite like this before? And why do you suppose people aren't speaking out against it? Because it strikes me as at least unconstitutional. But what do you think? Look, I'm not a constitutional lawyer. So let's just all of my legal education came from SVU and SVU. A Law & Order in Law & Order SVU. So in less Benson and stabler, well, so you're saying this is like above your pay grade to say that the American people shouldn't be governed by somebody who won the election and was in fact audience what kind of illegal advice they're getting here. But I do think that, look, the reality is he was elected. He was sworn in office, and he is a living. And Sean, you're in a nice show. You don't have to say he was elected. You want to walk that back, Sean? Well, you want to walk that why don't we just say we're not going to choose not to hear that? Because I don't believe it's clear that he was elected. It is clear, okay, I'll give it to you that the electors, the electors in the states. If we want to put it on them. But okay, so let's say he was elected. How is it possible that most Americans don't get the impression he's actually leading? And how is that okay? That just strikes me as a offensive to America to Americans voters. I think what you're asking is two separate things, Eric. Is it okay? No. I don't think that I think most people can agree with that. The second question is, is it legal? Is it constitutional? And I think as long as the person is alive and they were sworn into office, then you can't remove them unless we have a procedure of the Twenty-fifth Amendment to get rid of them. So unless that is invoked and enacted, then I don't think that you could say that's kind of my question is why do you think why do you think conservative Republicans aren't enacting that? I mean, if ever there were what looks like a clear cut case of being able to do that, this would be because they set this up beautifully. They look out beautifully. This is taking a Biden. Who do you end up with? Is it pronounced Camilla? Depends what day it is. I can tell you what it is. I can tell you, you may not be able to pronounce it, but you know what it is. And it's unpopular. And it's not good. And if you get rid of her, you're going to Pelosi. The point is, is that these guys have set up a situation where we now pray for Biden because the alternatives are so much worse..

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Remember Melissa McCarthy from Saturday Night Live? Yeah. Remember, she would do an impersonation of Sean Spicer. Do you remember how fun that was? Well, guess what? I got the actual guy, Sean Spicer, Sean Spicer. Welcome to the program. Congratulations on the new book called radical nation, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's dangerous plan for America. Great to see you. Good to see you. For a second, I actually thought you might have Melissa. I was ready to ask a question. I was going to say, but you're the real thing. Who wants the actress when we can get the guy spicy himself, okay? It's kind of funny because Saturday Night Live rarely does stuff that is to my mind. I mean, if they were making fun of me, maybe I wouldn't see their way. But it struck me as a tremendously affectionate homage. Like there was just something about it that I don't know if you ever talked about that publicly. But there's something about the way she did it that made me whether I knew you or not, like you because of because of what she did. Did you did you feel that or were you just annoyed? So the first one that they did, I thought was like, not only funny, but let's be honest. It was kind of well deserved. I had a tough week. And made a few missteps. And so I thought it was like, okay, that's a little bit of a jab. You gotta laugh at yourself. And so well deserved. The subsequent ones I thought were really starting to get personal. And while they definitely had a hint of humor in them, I thought that they were more like mean spirited than funny. Actually, that's interesting, 'cause I may be missed those. I may be missed those. I mean, I'm not even kidding. I'm not even kidding. The super soaker one got all the attention, and then I don't look. I don't remember, since they weren't making fun of me. I don't know the

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What Does Sean Spicer Think of Melissa McCarthy's SNL Impression of Him?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | 10 months ago

What Does Sean Spicer Think of Melissa McCarthy's SNL Impression of Him?

"Remember Melissa McCarthy from Saturday Night Live? Yeah. Remember, she would do an impersonation of Sean Spicer. Do you remember how fun that was? Well, guess what? I got the actual guy, Sean Spicer, Sean Spicer. Welcome to the program. Congratulations on the new book called radical nation, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's dangerous plan for America. Great to see you. Good to see you. For a second, I actually thought you might have Melissa. I was ready to ask a question. I was going to say, but you're the real thing. Who wants the actress when we can get the guy spicy himself, okay? It's kind of funny because Saturday Night Live rarely does stuff that is to my mind. I mean, if they were making fun of me, maybe I wouldn't see their way. But it struck me as a tremendously affectionate homage. Like there was just something about it that I don't know if you ever talked about that publicly. But there's something about the way she did it that made me whether I knew you or not, like you because of because of what she did. Did you did you feel that or were you just annoyed? So the first one that they did, I thought was like, not only funny, but let's be honest. It was kind of well deserved. I had a tough week. And made a few missteps. And so I thought it was like, okay, that's a little bit of a jab. You gotta laugh at yourself. And so well deserved. The subsequent ones I thought were really starting to get personal. And while they definitely had a hint of humor in them, I thought that they were more like mean spirited than funny. Actually, that's interesting, 'cause I may be missed those. I may be missed those. I mean, I'm not even kidding. I'm not even kidding. The super soaker one got all the attention, and then I don't look. I don't remember, since they weren't making fun of me. I don't know the

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:38 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"To Salem now dot com. We should also say Albin that the Salem news channel we're giving people a lot of information. I apologize folks. Salem news channel. If you go to Salem news channel dot com, not to be confused with Salem now dot com. You can get films, documentaries that Salem now dot com. But the Salem news channel, how do we break this down? You can watch this program as a TV program at the Salem news channel. So even though we were yanked off of YouTube, because Alban has a potty mouth and they don't like that. Their family friendly over YouTube. We are now at the Salem news channel. So check out Salem news channel dot com. But you want to check it out not just for us, but there's all kinds of good programming on there. So Salem now dot com news channel dot com. We also should say, and we'll talk more about this in our too. But we continue to raise funds to get people out of slavery in Africa. Think of the irony, right? Think of the irony. Black people are enslaving black people in Africa today today, 10,000 years after 1619. It's just beyond belief. The good news is you can do something about it now right now. And through this program we're partnering with Christian solidarity international. You already know about that. And we are freeing slaves. You are freeing slaves so many of you have been generous, but I want to say to everybody taking this is an opportunity folks to give anything. You can go, nobody, you know, you don't have to talk to anybody on the phone. Just go to metaxas talk dot com. And give anything you like. You want to give monthly, you want to give a one time gift of $10, a $100, $250, $250, freeze someone from slavery. Again, unthinkable, but true. And it's a beautiful thing to do with a family, get your kids involved, explain to them that this is going on, but that we, as Americans, as Christians, those of us who are Americans, those of us who are Christians, but you don't need to be an American or a Christian to do something about it. But I think it's incumbent on those of us who have the ability to do something about it to do something. So I'm really pleased that CSI has done all the work. We just need to send them enough money so they can pull this off. Please do that. Please go to metaxas talk dot com today at the end. Later on, we'll tell you more about that and about what we want to send you by way of thank you gifts. When we come back, I'm talking to Sean Spicer in an hour or two. Oh, it's gonna get crazy. We'll be back. Oh Santa gets into town he'll be coming on the chimney down. Hey there folks, have you ever looked for a business podcast? You're into business, but you also like to be entertained. So you're looking for a funny business podcast? Well, some of them try to be funny. They're just not funny, which is a problem. I think I have the answer for you. If you like business news and current events with a side of actual comedy, you want to listen to I can't say this was a straight face. It's called IP frequently. The hosts are David and Brad. IP frequently solid business advice that leans right conservative comes with 80s music and current events. They're calling it the unicorn of business podcasts. Is that a good thing? If it's funny, it is a good thing. There are also calling it the Holy Grail of business podcasts subscribe to IP frequently and stay up to date on their weekly stream of episodes wherever you get your podcasts, go to IP frequently dot com. That's IP frequently dot com. Boom boom. Boom boom. Boom boom. Boom. Boom boom. Boom. And if folks welcome to the arc matex to show, I get the most exciting guests. For example, remember Melissa McCarthy from Saturday Night Live? Yeah. Remember, she would do an impersonation of Sean Spicer. Do you remember how fun that was? Well, guess what? I got the actual guy, Sean Spicer, Sean Spicer. Welcome to the program. Congratulations on the new book called radical nation, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's dangerous plan for America. Great.

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"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:56 min | 10 months ago

"spicer" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Okay. Thanks for interrupting me after I went on for like an hour talking about how it was today. Tomorrow is Joel Rosenberg. Tomorrow, we are also talking to Mark Ibrahim who was there on January 6th. Like, look, all my Friends were there on January 6th. But Mark Ibrahim's story is chilling. So that's tomorrow. Okay, so today I said we have Sean Spicer. We have Kevin McCullough, our buddy votes dramas coming up an hour to a lot of exciting stuff coming up. All right, today, because I've been traveling so much. I have two doctors appointments. It's like, you know, it's like, when are we going to get this done? Two doctors appointments and then I have to drive out to queens to the Christian book story. I am finally signing tonight. I have to sign 5 hundred copies of my new book is atheism dead. A lot of you order them. You're like, where's the book? Where's the book? The publisher, I think literally had trouble getting paper to do. It's like it's been the most bizarre thing. Literally tonight, I'm finally signing 500 copies, which will be mailed to you in time for Christmas. But I apologize for this. It's just crazy. It's been absolutely crazy. I think America ran out of trees. Yeah. Hey, the jerk store calls. It's running out of you. I'm going with jerk store. Okay, so. I sound like inebriated. I'm not. I'm just really tired. Anyway, nobody cares. Hey, we've got some we've got some more news for you. Some people know this. If you go to Salem now dot com. I mean, I've talked about this. We era in the advertisements. But I just want to personally say, if you go to Salem now dot com, there is a film there right now. I don't even remember the title. Album, you remember the title of the new one that's up? I don't, but voting bachman is in it. So, you know, it's Malcolm. Voting bawcombe. It is about how the church, the church. You know, the evangelical church, the one that you thought was on the up and up and straight shooting. Is really allowing Marxist voices critical race theory into it. And we need to be a prized of who is going down that dangerous path. By the way, it's called how the left is stealing your church, how the leftist when a creative title, how the left is stealing your church. Look, forget the title. It's really good. It's really important and I wanted to make a particular point today of saying to you my audience, please go to Salem now dot com and watch how the left is stealing your church with whatever with your family with your home group, this is really, really crucial. I was in an event here in New York City last night, private event. I was the speaker. And I was very good last night. I just want you to know, you really missed something. No, I just was talking about my new book as AP isn't dead. But you can't help in any conversation when you're talking about atheism, drifting toward what happens when you have atheism. It devolves to kind of Marxist big state government. It becomes, it's not, you know, atheists tend not to believe in religious liberty. Ironically, it is Christians who are most devoted to religious liberty to not forcing their religion on others. But tell me again how the left stole how the left is. I put it on how the left is stealing your church. She's stealing your church. So I've watched the whole thing. But I want to recommend it, folks. Please go to Salem now dot com, how the left is stealing your church. It's chilling stuff. I mean, when you see the former campus crusade for Christ, Bill bright, I knew Bill, bright and vonette bright. I was honored to know them. Crew has kind of jerked leftward. I don't know where crew is officially today. But these are organizations that typically in the past, I would have given money to. I would have told my friends, this is a great organization. They're drifting sometimes swerving and sometimes jerking dramatically leftward and listen. It's not about politics. It's about the gospel. It's a way from biblical orthodoxy. So if you want to know more and boy, I hope you do. Whoever you are, go.

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Sean Spicer Writes First Book Taking on Biden-Harris Admin Called 'Radical Nation'

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 11 months ago

Sean Spicer Writes First Book Taking on Biden-Harris Admin Called 'Radical Nation'

"And you've broken that you've broken it down into 1920 parts You've really looked at this carefully You really analyze this and it's also extremely readable It is the first book that's really taking on this administration So let me ask you a question You're probably sitting at home you're probably fuming over what's going on here Is that what drove you to write this book Yeah I mean in part because I think the biggest part mark is I think what is happening it's right beneath our noses And we have to understand if we don't wake up like slowly but surely we will fall into this what I call a radical nation And I just don't think part of there's a two chapters in the media If you wake up and you don't listen to Mark Levin you don't watch the blaze or newsmax You are not being told what's happening in this country and the motives All the stuff that the Democrats do build back better I mean it's all these things that are catch phrases but the reality is is that they are creeping us towards socialism They're creeping us towards more government that we can't get back And we're being run by people who in large part are incompetent in the government And the media is not talking about these issues about the lack of qualification for the people And I felt like I need to do this because I've been there I've done it and I've been like these people the motives are there Joe Biden has talked about transforming the country talking about changing the structure and nature of our economy I'm sorry I don't think anybody knew that that was part of the campaign last year but he's telling you what he's doing and then all of these policies lead us towards that but taken in bite sizes with the cover of the mainstream media You're not able to see it And part of it was to pull back that veil and say here it is this is what's happening pay attention and hear the sort of the decoder ring to the Biden Harris administration

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Sean Spicer Refuses to Admit Biden Won Election on Real Time With Bill Maher

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | 11 months ago

Sean Spicer Refuses to Admit Biden Won Election on Real Time With Bill Maher

"You know, I saw the other day, Sean Spicer was on with Bill Maher on his HBO program. I don't watch HBO. I was in a hotel and I saw it. And I was really amazed at how impressive Spicer was when he was he didn't bring it up, but Bill Maher in his just superlatively sneering way. He's really, you know, if a sneer could be perfected. He is asymptotically approaching the telos of sneering. And I have to say or the platonic form of sneering. He was pushing Sean Spicer trying to get him to say, of course, Biden was elected. And Spicer in a feisty way with facts was simply to sound reasonable. He wasn't even making any big claims. But what fascinated me was how the sneer carries the day. In other words, if you can get the audience to just go with you, looking at the facts is scary. Looking at the fact is scary. I mean, God forbid somebody like Bill Maher concluded like, hey, you know what? They have some kind of a point. There's something to talk about here. He would lose his career. I mean, it's just like any aristotelians who dared to look through Galileo's telescope like oops. You shouldn't have done that. You're gonna lose your job at the university of Padua. It's kind of amazing that we're living in times like that where prosecutors judges they are all rather than doing their job and saying let the chips fall where they will, they are caving to the

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Former Trump Press Secretary Sean Spicer Reflects on His Time in the White House

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Former Trump Press Secretary Sean Spicer Reflects on His Time in the White House

"Way back with press secretary extraordinaire. Sean spicer short time in the white house. What kind of a ryan that was for you. We played this clip at the this insanity. Why didn't you mentioned this. You mean the thing. I talked about two days ago from this put. Money didn't tweet about the sharing insanity. Talk to us about what that was like to live through. And then give us your take on on what went wrong in the trump. What went right. What went so. I mean look. It was tumultuous. It was intense. I think that look this goes back to what we were just talking about. Trump upset the apple cart and every president both parties that come in need three groups right. You need the press. You need donors and you need sort of the permanent k street lobbyists types trump's view was if you want to join the great but i need you to and what happened was let's see one without them. Yes and they were put. But here's the thing. I'll say in a very pg way but like there used to have in their but kissed and they're used to people saying. I love to have you come over to my house in georgetown for dinner party. The ins and outs of the nato. It's like they want you to. You know he was like look. I'm doing this. i'm doing it this way. If you want to join me. Great but i don't need you. Pissed them off

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"spicer" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"spicer" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Is america. First and here's your host. Dr sebastian gorka. Welcome back to one. On one with my good france sean spicer. So let's finish this story how you got fascinating career. Transitioning from asia studies japanese into politics running campaigns. How'd you end up in the white house. Working the president so i i was mobile ice in the navy from two thousand eight to two thousand eleven. I got off active duty in basically january. Two thousand eleven. I went on terminal leave. And so i was looking for the next professional move My wife and i wanna start a family. We didn't really think politics anymore was the right. You know the most stable and conducive to to raise kids and so i was looking for some corporate stuff and a mentor. My said there's this. New chairman of the rnc has just been elected. Would you guys should talk. We met we hit it off. My wife was like look. This is probably what you want to go to the national party. Sort of like the major leagues and she understood how important that wasn't said okay. It's a two year gig. Go for well. We finished the first two years and we really wanted to change the party and make some Some huge changes in how we did business meaning. We wanted to shift away from all adds get more into a data specific model where we helped candidates up and down the ballot reform. The primary system reform the debate processing systems. We stuck around for two more years. That made it four. We did very well in the midterms. And then you not sticking around for presidential as sort of like walking out for the super bowl and so again. I look my is literally my god. It's now going with my six year so we did it and you know. I led the debate process in two thousand sixteen and got all the candidates. I mean don't let the debate arosa in the in the past up until two thousand sixteen. Both parties had no say in their debate process. None so if you saw a debate between republican candidates who are democratic candidates. They had nothing in two thousand twelve when rights and i were at the rnc when we went to debate we had to ask. Abc news cnn. Could we please have two tickets up. We'd like to attend the today and they'd be like for your parties debate when i say this is wrong. The idea to get to that point. It has never changed because news media organizations done announcing debate and then everyone would go. And i started saying to myself. Why are these. Left-wing hogan dictating our schedule right and the question so we made some reform one. We limited the schedule to. We made them geographically because candidates. The two most important things for candidate are their time their money and so if they knew where the schedule was. Okay the first ones in new hampshire at this day and the second one is they can plan accordingly. They're not wasting because what was happening in two thousand twelve. Abc had announced a debate on like a friday saturday. Night in new hampshire and then nbc had it on a sunday so they were like you know i'm going. What are you debating road. So i thought that this made sense for the party. I led that effort. I am a firm believer that the party is like a league. You don't choose among your team. You just want a good season. You want the best team to emerge as the champion that so not. Everyone agreed with me on that. Because of that i got to know all the candidates and their teams and trump became the front runner. I dealt a lot with his campaign about you. Know the his his issues with debate the format. Why because he was more media savvy yet but because he had never done it before so he was he'd be okay. Why am i here. How do we figure this out. Why can't i do that and so we would. Some of it was and then some of our demands. I'm going to do this. You better figure that out. So i got to know him and his team. And and then when he won the indiana primary we faced off as i think every candidate does where you can sit down with the nominee. The differences trump didn't have this big robust bureaucratic and to some extent campaign apparatus. He was him a twitter account and a handful of loyal people. So when we first met and we were kind of trading what we had. I was like okay. I have like seventy five people that work for me in. Dc and another two hundred in the field and their comms team was like four people. And it's it was just. It was because he drove it and so we sync up in a way that had never happened. He's telling people. Have mitt romney in one in two thousand twelve. I would have been the deputy undersecretary for communications at hud. Which i'm sure is a very good job. I'm sure but that's that's what happens. You in the rnc or the dnc or the jv teams like you get the jersey right. You go to the pizza party but you're not starting so so. Did you connect through that process. Did you personally connect with them. And so when when he became the nominee it was actually a call in august. Steve bannon kellyanne called me one night. They're both on the phone and they said hey tomorrow it's going to be announced that we're taking over and we need you come up to you over the camp and and so we negotiated a deal where i spend most of my time in new york working with the campaign. And what was your official position. Then now i still was the chief strategist for the party. Okay but but what we did is but he was now the candidate candidate so i basically moved up to new york and worked out of trump tower and look on december twenty second he had one obviously november and then he calls me on december twenty seconds. Okay let's do this. Put up the release. And i was like that was it and i think to be honest and straight with people. I'd love to say that we had like a thousand people in the resume process and he was interviewing people but i think there was a very limited number of people that had earned his trust that had experience and in one of the job. And and so you know that was it and then via would all went from there. We'll talk about what happened inside. The building of the book is radical nation. It follows leading america and of the briefing but the new book is radical nation. Sean tell us give us your take on what happened in twenty sixteen Former colleague friend of mine. Mike flynn called it a peaceful resolution. Revolution i i find it amusing as as an immigrant than i like to remind my fellow americans. The first time in the republic's history that we elected president a man who wasn't a politician and wasn't a retired general from washington obama. every single. President was senator congressman galvano or retired general eisenhower washington. Something big happening twenty sixteen. What is twenty sixteen represent to you politically not not not individuals but framework now. I think it's the first time that the american people feel like they had their voice heard in a way that it had what trump got and still gets today. Frankly is an understanding of what people feel. Government isn't doing to them and how these policies affect them and you know the one thing..

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How Sean Spicer Transitioned to a Career in Politics

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

How Sean Spicer Transitioned to a Career in Politics

"Back to one. On one with my good france sean spicer. So let's finish this story how you got fascinating career. Transitioning from asia studies japanese into politics running campaigns. How'd you end up in the white house. Working the president so i i was mobile ice in the navy from two thousand eight to two thousand eleven. I got off active duty in basically january. Two thousand eleven. I went on terminal leave. And so i was looking for the next professional move My wife and i wanna start a family. We didn't really think politics anymore was the right. You know the most stable and conducive to to raise kids and so i was looking for some corporate stuff and a mentor. My said there's this. New chairman of the rnc has just been elected. Would you guys should talk. We met we hit it off. My wife was like look. This is probably what you want to go to the national party. Sort of like the major leagues and she understood how important that wasn't said okay. It's a two year gig. Go for well. We finished the first two years and we really wanted to change the party and make some Some huge changes in how we did business meaning. We wanted to shift away from all adds get more into a data specific model where we helped candidates up and down the ballot reform. The primary system reform the debate processing systems. We stuck around for two more years. That made it four. We did very well in the midterms. And then you not sticking around for presidential as sort of like walking out for the super bowl and so again. I look my is literally my god. It's now going with my six year so we did

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"spicer" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"spicer" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"And saying okay. How do we win this. How do we win this marketing war if you will and anyway. So that's that's that. And then say lovey. I joined the navy as you asked about in twenty nine years. Old i got commissioned very late as we had a family history. My grandfather was a medal of honor recipient. He had served in the navy groping. And you you see it a lot. And i just wanted to serve and i wanted something bigger than me. We didn't have fraternities at my college. But i always felt like in politics. You're fighting for your side right. You're you're which is great. You're involved in the process but you're not serving the country in the same way i again. I think it is servants. Because you're fighting for the for the values and the policies that the country will live under. So i think there is a degree of service but i wanted a higher calling in the thing about the navy was there was something about knowing that like you were part of something bigger than yourself or a party so i joined it. Twenty nine years old finished twenty second year in the navy last week and i think i'm probably on the tail end of that career we we. We have something to discuss when it comes out. Certain a board visiting visit visit border visitors at annapolis the naval academy we shall discuss. I'm still by the way white house. I'm studying my position as a presidential appointee on the national security education and bring it. Just bring it sleepy creek because we're going to have as much if not more that showings having with you right now. This is one on one with sean. Spicer follow him at sean spicer. Former presidential press spokesman white house press secretary hosts of spicer and co on us maximum. It's exciting all just in time for my birthday. He's got a new book. It's called radical nation guys but you can pre-order it right now and you'll get it the day it comes.

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Fall Flavors (MM #3845)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Fall Flavors (MM #3845)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, the calendars turned to October and I've actually seen a couple of people in separate posts on Facebook, not arguing but positioning for the fact that pumpkin spice shouldn't even be thought of that something apple based should be more fall like. Yes, they're arguing over fall flavors. One taking on that Apple is more important to fall than as pumpkin. I like a bow, so I really don't care. I've always liked apple cider and apple pie and anything apple based. I'll even eat an apple, pumpkin, well, can't go wrong with pumpkin Spicer pumpkin pie or pumpkin, anything to me. It's all good. We sit here and argue all the time about people and all their politics and views trying to get us to think one thing or the other, and then people being, well, somewhat serious, but yet somewhat sarcastic and thinking we should be arguing about Apple versus pumpkins. I'd rather live in a world where we're arguing about apples versus pumpkins. But it puts up an interesting thought. What is the most important fall flavor? Is it pumpkin? Is it Apple? Of course, I'm going to stay totally neutral in the middle of this one because you can't go wrong with either apple or pumpkin to me.

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Fall Flavors (MM #3845)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Fall Flavors (MM #3845)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, the calendars turned to October and I've actually seen a couple of people in separate posts on Facebook, not arguing but positioning for the fact that pumpkin spice shouldn't even be thought of that something apple based should be more fall like. Yes, they're arguing over fall flavors. One taking on that Apple is more important to fall than as pumpkin. I like a bow, so I really don't care. I've always liked apple cider and apple pie and anything apple based. I'll even eat an apple, pumpkin, well, can't go wrong with pumpkin Spicer pumpkin pie or pumpkin, anything to me. It's all good. We sit here and argue all the time about people and all their politics and views trying to get us to think one thing or the other, and then people being, well, somewhat serious, but yet somewhat sarcastic and thinking we should be arguing about Apple versus pumpkins. I'd rather live in a world where we're arguing about apples versus pumpkins. But it puts up an interesting thought. What is the most important fall flavor? Is it pumpkin? Is it Apple? Of course, I'm going to stay totally neutral in the middle of this one because you can't go wrong with either apple or pumpkin to me.

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Sean Spicer Calls Mike to Discuss His Latest Gig at NewsMax

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Sean Spicer Calls Mike to Discuss His Latest Gig at NewsMax

"Spicer is a host at newsmax media. Of course he served as the thirtieth white house press secretary and white house communications director under president trump and he joins us on our guest line. Sean it's been a while. Welcome back to the show. Have you been. I spent a while. It's good to hear from you again. I've been great and you wanna ride on newsmax every night at six. It's it's fun it's been great Watching the audience grow as people tune into us learn about us and and get excited about how we do it exactly as you described look different. We don't cover the topics that msnbc and And all those other guys are gonna do. We make it We give people very different perspective in a way that I i think you're not gonna get anywhere. I mean i've been in those seats. I was the white house press secretary on capitol hill. All these places. So that when i give you a perspective it's not just pontificating actually saying this is what happened in those situations. Well it's a tough roll. And i try to remember when i criticize. I call her circle back jen because She does does a whole lot of circling back over the weekend There was a press event where she She said literally a two to peter doocy that illegals won't be tested Or vaccines won't be given rather to illegals. But certainly it's mandated for american workers. That's the kind of stuff that a press secretary finds themselves of in the middle of You were were soundly criticised you. You took it. I thought with grace and with dignity but boy they came at you like they came after

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Trump Meets First Responders in New York on the Anniversary of 9/11

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Trump Meets First Responders in New York on the Anniversary of 9/11

"Are incredible people. I want to thank you for that. Endorsement then endorsement so much down all fairness. I don't think any police department anywhere endorsed the other guy ninety. I must have gotten close to one hundred percent of close to one hundred percent. There couple of strays everywhere. We're trying to figure out what they are. We the military. We get great with the military. We did incredible with police and fire. So i just want to thank you. Yes president a former president trump with cops firefighters. Steve hilton said that was a very powerful image to see. President trump with a bunch of first responders while president biden is being heckled and booed and even trolled by little kids wearing trump hats. I thought steve hilton's commentary on fox. News was pretty profound. There was something that happened this weekend. I don't know why it just really put it really sort of pointed up. The contrast i think between what we've seen from biden and the white house over the past few months or so and what we had with. President trump is this picture with president trump. on nine eleven. He chose to spend with the police officers and fire department of new york. And just really look at that picture. Something about that photo of him drink there. I don't know what it is. It was very powerful to me. It really showed the contrast with this biden regime. He's right. there's such a dramatic difference right now. There's a mood in the country. And i here's a poll. That came out from cnn. I don't know if you trust the polar not vast majority of republican voters say they want donald trump to run and in two thousand twenty four. Sean spicer told us today. Not only will trump run in two thousand twenty four and he will be the nominee and he will win

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"spicer" Discussed on Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"spicer" Discussed on Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

"To go into. Wasn't thought i didn't think consensus a populate. The sunday couple of charges. That would be i think once i saw it with two things really i mean. It's not disingenuous cyber cup of shops especially at the ends when writing a book. When you get to the end it so must be like riding a bike downhill the rest of writing. The book is like is like a big up slow but this Prevented has been partly sun. Kuna who mice. And then you just typing talking typing frantically and it will come spewing out sunday a couple of chances at the end were really like that and the bravery chuck particular. It wasn't the Right when i sat down and wrightson but you know. I wrote two very quick king on wednesday sets my husband. Oh i think maybe needs to this summit. Will you think he he went whoa. I didn't know you're gonna design but actually one of the drives if the book to me is the. I just think that we all talked about it more. If it menopause with just the thing that we talked about in the way that young women now talk about periods just would be issue. Is i think it was stopped to address office. Societal problems around the way owes women treats it. So i got to that point on. I just feel in order for this sars like righteous pigs for this narrative off to make sense. I need to tell the truth about the resolution that menopause gatemen near not meant. I had felt. I had striped break reach after it as everything makes sense. And that's fit stephanie. One of the reasons why. I feel so much facet within myself than i have a house because instead of spending my life fighting against the mixed of mixed emotions would be something. We're not understatement. The abusive relationship me. I dealt with it and i take me. She is to deal with so it was really really important to say that. I mean i've kate the sorry vagina. Lachey chapter a dental Toll rising that. I'm not felt conscious. My mum rating at pullman. But for me it's me emotional stuff. That was a little more. Yes simone dubai runs anjem jemaine grid by kind of more or less saying that she. It's a good time when you meant good time and i i was bouncing shame in once and he eat he said to me. This is a great time for your about to come into your power. You know if you pause on our side you may on eight shots but the book is about physical and the mental shit. We will go through but also the mental stuff that we need to go through exactly what you were talking about that. Do you think paul confronting the pools. It's not just about. Hr not to identify and vaginal. Atrophy sweats in this. Neil but easy about confronting. The demons in our lives does menopause oskar to confront our demons. I would like that. I think the thing that i found. When i was talking to women when i was researching the book was the why does is it. A gives you permissions. Put yourself first. And that's whether that's because of the drop in east agenda Fiction disability. Hormone out whether whether it's in they sue fat whether it's to do with life stage whether it's too for women who have children with children having last the every woman i spiked to almost without exception has reached a point in had live somewhere between forty five and fifty five in the main west. She had gone enough enough. I am not hurting out for this animal. And whether that was a psychological relationship poppers were f- we single one had reached that point in. I found absolutely fascinating therapist day. He said that i mean he was generalizing around around middle-age men tend to narrow that focus in shot down whereas women's focused really widens out a nice look to the world for adventures whereas men really just all about that tiny narrow rituals in their routines of many of the women. I spoke to set the Of that relationship not one of the most fascinating chapters. Roy was the one those vows sex relationships and the number of women who i'd say fifty percent of them has either next departments a wanted to leave palmer's and the ones who on seven awesome. I mean this one comment which was but one of them saying basically heaton. He's a nice bloke. He's perfectly protests. Been but you know all he wants rating wants to play goals. Have pinal the white bacne. compact prune Against moore yes. I will not the woman who's letter For years when her children were more or less older and she said Friends just couldn't accept but she had left someone else that she glass for her and she went to see a therapist. They set this so common that know this age women lethal thousands and it's very very rare on keeping husbands but it was many in sexual contacts a very very well that mainly just to leave Nine must always leave someone else which was estimating your books. Very well researched You wear such very very lightly. As i say is. It's quite aerob- Rich stuff in the about increase in eating disorders in a menopausal women and higher rates of suicide to through some of the things that you've done that i mean i have to say when i was reading so many things was a bit of a penny drop light when i when i started got becoming menopausal at kennedy fussing by fostering don't necessarily think it was a bad thing but i did get slightly into kind of obsession about eating stuff. The took me through some of the things that you discovered it surprise you. I mean because i will say sane menopausal women really get their shit together when it comes to looking awesome selves and you actually have a chapter about that but women you know realizing thicker lacoste themselves ago. Yeah took some of the surprising things you learn about. Well fifty saying the real at real turning point cutlets women sense of fitness and waste. Last week i went out for a drink. Some friends and the guy was selling. He's like oh my wife She couldn't come because she's going kayaking kayaking. She's probably but she's i think she's mayes fifty four says. She always been sporting site when she was think. I think it's partly stupid light. You've got one buddy but it so say that point when you realize you're not is changing and it feels out. He'll control having the white that you'll blowing an adolescent Your body changes and that in a winless young young people young women develop eating disorders that point point when that body salsa spiral out of control and. I think it's really interesting that that's.

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