35 Burst results for "Stahl"

Ellie Mystal Claims 2A Was 'to Preserve White Supremacy and Slavery'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:20 min | Last month

Ellie Mystal Claims 2A Was 'to Preserve White Supremacy and Slavery'

"Ellie miss stahl argues that an individual's right to self defense with a gun isn't actually provided by the Second Amendment, its original purpose was to preserve white supremacy and slavery, play cut 66. In your book, ally, you argue that an individual right to self defense with a gun was not provided by the Second Amendment, but by the conservative Supreme Court interpretation of the Second Amendment in its Heller decision. You also say quote, there was an original purpose to the Second Amendment, but it wasn't to keep people safe. It was to preserve white supremacy and slavery. Look, Ellie missed all is not a serious person. He's a provocateur who just says things to try to get headlines. Interestingly enough, the National Rifle Association that comes under massive scrutiny and continuous scrutiny by the left actually started originally as an attempt to try to arm former slaves against KKK members that one of the first initiatives the National Rifle Association engaged in was to try to increase gun ownership. Amongst southern slaves, the Second Amendment is applicable to all people of all colors and all backgrounds. Regardless of your income level or your socioeconomic situation.

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Democrats Ignore How They Treated Janice Rogers Brown

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Democrats Ignore How They Treated Janice Rogers Brown

"But I want to get back to Jamil hill. And she said that, well, you have to look at what we black women just looked at what happened with. Catan G Brown Jackson. It was just couldn't give a rip about what happened to Janice Rogers Brown. The tanji Brown Jackson says she didn't even know that her nomination was held up for two years. Didn't even know that Joe Biden the Democrats filibustered it for two years. Didn't even know that when she got on the D.C. Court of Appeals, Joe Biden threatened to filibuster her again if she was nominated for Supreme Court Justice. Did Jamil hill and the rest of them like mister stahl, who claimed Josh hosley was trying to get Jackson Brown Jackson killed even know about it. Did they care, of course not? Because Brown. Because Janice Rogers Brown is committed the impartial sin of being a black person who's a conservative.

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Can We Expect Indictments After the Durham Investigation?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | 5 months ago

Can We Expect Indictments After the Durham Investigation?

"Investigation apparently reveals facts that establish that the Clinton campaign worked with the government to spy on the 45th president of the United States. Are you old enough to remember president Trump telling Leslie stahl that I was spied on? Are you remember that little juicy exchange? Where Leslie stahl newswoman? 60 minutes pillar of journalism. Challenged him mocked him, winded him, oh no, no, you can't say that you were spied on Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, paid an Internet company to quote infiltrate servers. At Trump Tower and even The White House in this pathetic attempt to list to link Donald Trump to Russia. So, if this is true, indictments are going to be coming, that's against the law on so many levels, I don't think it's out of the reasonable vernacular to not say treason.

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The Growing List of People Who Were Wrong About Spying on Trump Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 5 months ago

The Growing List of People Who Were Wrong About Spying on Trump Campaign

"You want to hear a little Montage that Derek my producer put together that's not hard to find. I give you Adam Schiff, I give you Valerie plame, the former CIA officer, and I give you the former director of national intelligence, James clapper. Let's take a stroll again. Down another memory lane. So that it was all essentially a deep state conspiracy. There was spying on the Trump campaign all of that was debunked by the inspector general. But I think attorney general Barr's rather casual assessment that the FBI spied on candidate Trump is a little too loose with the facts. Well, I think he's deliberately spinning the narrative that we're by he's a victim of the deep state spying on him or spying on the campaign, which is not the case. It's not the case. But what are you going to say today, clapper? What are you going to say today, Leslie stahl? What are you going to say now?

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"stahl" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Either things are doing into the jasmine star show. I am very happy. You're here and i'm even more excited for you to step into a career you're excited about and aligned with because that's exactly what today's episode is all about my guest..

"stahl" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

04:33 min | 11 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on How to Money

"We are back. And we're talking with ashley stahl about ditching work that you hate enlightening the job that you want and it doesn't necessarily have to be worked at you hate you know. Maybe it's just a job you don't particularly love. Maybe a little not angry just Actually like in your book. You talk about being fascinating. Can you talk a little bit more about that. What does it mean to be fascinating. What does it mean to essentially. Draw the attention of somebody that has the power to lead your career to higher places. One of the biggest mistakes that people make in their job hunt and in their networking efforts is not having an elevator. Pitch meaning an answer to tell me about yourself. it's it seems painstakingly obvious to know that you should be able to talk about yourself. But it's not because we don't often spend a lot of time being intentional about that. And according to research is talking to someone who was on the research team over at stanford and he had told me that the most memorable human emotion you would think it would be love or connection. But it's aw awa a sense of all so if you can create a sense of offer someone. They will remember you and what better way to do that. Then figuring out higher going to answer one of the most asked questions in networking and interviews which is tell me about yourself and the thing about your elevator pitch. Is you need to train your ear to know when you're being invited into one because it can sound like many different things and weren't many different costumes could sound like tell me about yourself. What got you interested in this role. Why did you move here and apply for this. Why did you leave your last job..

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"stahl" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Where able to bombard aluminum or something with alpha particles and find that they excited something that decayed and gave Decayed engage at some half life and so forth meeting and it was artificial version are. Let's call it not not a natural induced version of radioactive materials and Fair me somehow had the insight. And i still can't see where he got it that the right way to follow that up was not using charged particles like office and so forth but use use these newly discovered neutron says the bombarding particle seemed impossible. They barely had been seen It was hard to get very many of them. But it had the advantage that they don't They're not charged so they go right into the to the nucleus and that turned out to be the experimental work that he did that. won the nobel prize and it was the first step and vision Discovery efficient. And that's he. Did this two completely different things an experiment. That was a great idea and a tremendous implementation. Because how do you get enough neutrons. And then he learned quickly that not only want neutrons. but you won't really slow ons He he learned that experimentally and he learned how to make slow once. And then they were able to make Go through the periodic table and make lots of particles. He missed on fishing at the moment but he had that basic information and and then vision followed soon after that. Forgive me for not knowing. But what is. The birth of the idea of bombarding wouldn't Neutrons is that Is that an experimental idea was born out of experiment. He just observe something or is this an einstein's stahl idea where you can be sanca that took a combination because he realized that neutrons had a characteristic that would allow them to go all the way into the nucleus. When we didn't really understand what the you know what how what. The structure was all this so that took on understanding a recognition of the physics itself of how neutron interacts compared to say an alpha particle. Juliane curious us and then he had invent away to have enough neutrons and You know he added team Associates and he pulled off quite quickly. So you know it's pretty astounding and probably maybe speak to his ability to put together the engineering aspects of great experiments and doing the theory. They probably fed each other. I wonder can you speak to why we don't see more of that. Is that just really difficult to do. It's difficult to do. Yeah i think in both theory and experiment and physics anyway was It was conceivable if you had the right person to do it. And no one's been able to do it. So i had the dream that that was what i was gonna be like fair me but you love both sides of it the theory. Yeah yeah. I never liked the idea that you did..

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"stahl" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

05:33 min | 11 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Can i regulate them in an appropriate way or you know am i able you know going. Ro- roller coasts of them. Or am i kind of person who's very far away from all feelings always on the very rational side and so on and so on so to develop an idea about your own emotional life so then you can figure out your blind spots may be with your with your children where your where your challenge is our mother or father for example if you come from a family that always suppressed anger because they wear so shy of conflict than it will be important to deal with emotion to get better ways to work out conflicts than just pressing every conflict and every feeling of anger because otherwise you carry it. You carry it over to your own. Children and people are very shy of conflict. Become off passive aggressive. You know because they just don't have appropriate ways to to deal with conflict. Impassive crassness is really really a burden to to relationships. Good stuff right but really taking this in this like subjecting myself and just kind of doug back in my childhood just to see what you know because from my understanding we have to end here soon and i would love for you to come back someday. Maybe even with from guests because I am really sitting hair digging on back trying to you. Know 'cause me. I think i have a tendency to be because i'm single mom and i lost my mom kind of like a why going to keep moving Child relies on me. So i have tennessee just to be strong and just keep doing what i have to do so that i don't have to find myself helpless in in the can't you know rely on anybody or anything and then whatever an issue that i probably don't even think it's an issue like i can. I can do that. It's no biggie. I've been moving along this. This far is possibly something that still need to pick back up and it still could be playing a part Within my my life. But i have a tennessee to do that because what can i do about it.

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"stahl" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

04:51 min | 11 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Sunshine child. That is your healthy and authentic verse version of yourself. Wow okay so would you. So you know it's always upbringing and then dealing with that Inner child so it's you say to that when we are trying to understand children or maybe we were even not trying to understand. Children is it a good Thing to remember in dealing situations that you want swore child you know come from a place of their of the being one yourself you know at some point life. You know we all wear. I don't. I'm not sure whether i understood your question. Could you put it. Maybe in some different words again. Yes so when parents you know Are dealing with their children and to gonna be real critical or or. I feel like a lot of time us. Parents don't really respect. Our children are not see them as human beings. There's more by what i say goes and not really about that What they're thinking. Our feeling is a safe to say that we should always remember that we once were children. And how you know what that like for us and try to look at He's a little different to elect a two way street in. Just we don't really give children what you know that since important. Let the man as there's one thing that is very very clear and that is research about parental abilities. What is really important. And that is very very clear. The most important ability parents need to have is empathy. They have to read and feel the children's thoughts and feelings especially in the first years of operating whether children can't express themselves very clearly and since the first years are so important for all the brain imprints. This empathy is is really really important and but empathy means also that you have a good connection to your own feelings because he counts. Feel the other people's or your children's feelings if your feelings to yourself are blocked if you always suppressed for example sadness in your life because this was not acknowledged or not wanted by your own parents because they had difficulties to deal with feelings of weakness like sadness or anxiety and so on so you learned as children. You learned as a child. I to to suppress this week feelings. You have really hard times to deal with these feelings. When you're you're yourself your mother or your father. Yes and your child. Seeding says or eight inches are you know. Then then you say maybe a kamar shut up. It's a case it's not you know it's it's not so bad. Come on you know and you just go over this feelings or you don't even recognize them at all. That can also happen. You know any how you have hard times to to meet these feelings. Inappropriate way and that children develop a good contact to all. The feelings is the bottom of being authentic and for having a good south steam in later life. That is all about feelings that you have connection to all your feelings that you know adequate ways to express them and that you have means to shape them and to regulate yourself in a certain way. Wow this is really good. I mean even as i. I'm listening. I'm taking notes for myself. You know Reflecting on you know myself as a parent in am i doing the doing these things. You know and sometimes awareness awareness. Isn't that a slap you in the face and to hear something else or somebody else and then you start to think and you know so. It's always good to hear it too. Yeah it's a very good exercise for parents or just yes. Let's call it exercise just to think about fina box. Do have good contact all to my feelings and or are there. Some feelings are ira suppress block away. And how'd you are deal with my feelings..

"stahl" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"I would have to admit as well that my parents really made mistakes. Yeah and these deep-rooted loyalty is often. We yeah Now missing the word the please help me. Hingis in german hindrance. No you don't say honesty. Yeah i'll just look it up in. This is yeah barrier obstacle. And the words that i know but sometimes the words don't come to me when i need them so i start over again. You can cut it. Yes and these. That's the problem is speaker for language. You you know many words but they don't always come to you when you need them. You know so. I started over again. The sentence he's this loyalty this loyalty to the parents is often the obstacle to change your old beliefs into new and much healthier beliefs. That is really much more often. The case than one can imagine that also the adult people prefer to think. I'm not enough then would admit a k. My parents really you know really had some shortcomings and that is also the reason why many people ought to some people. Some people get angry when they hear me talking. What is think why no not my parents are guilty. I'm i'm a doubt me. I can make my own choices short choices. I can't blame it all on my parents and so on and so on that is just another sign that they didn't detached in a healthy way from the parents because my message is not blame. Your parents my message is if you want to now how you take and how you function. If you want to understand your unconscious patterns you have to have a look on your childhood. Because all these patterns were implemented at that time and is you want to solve them and develop new healthier patterns. You have to analyze the first step. You're old patterns and that is by my approach. I you're analyzing get in contact with your shadow chart. Then you strengthen your adult. I and then you develop your.

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"stahl" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

03:22 min | 11 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"What what age would you say that a child becomes like aware of self. You know when these things start to they take on these These messages that they're receiving and six with them age okay but in the first two years It's all about if you develop basic trust or not and later on when language starts gets into place than these other belief systems you know. They built up later. The self-esteem bills up well a good basic trust is very very good precondition to develop good self esteem of course but for self esteem. You have to happen another awareness of yourself like that you compare yourself with when you're three or your four years old. You already have an idea what your parents expect from you and walk you have to. Do you know to play with other. Children are not so you have some concepts some concepts that you can compare yourself to others and then it starts you know this building up with self esteem. When mommy than is often very very strict you think when you four year all for years old five years old six years old. You don't think mummies way too strict. Maybe she should go to parent counseling. Because you know she has really think with her own parents in the past but you think and feel as a child all. I'm bad girl or on the bed. Boy i not enough. I'm not okay. She's so strict because in the eyes of the children the parents are always the be all and end all and they're always right and that's the way how children develop their beliefs. That is not even the intention parents most of the times. Of course it's not the intention of the parents but that is just how it happens that these believes are developed because children always think they are guilty and not their parents and their i realize their parents and this idealization is often carried over into so many people who cling to their old believes. I've so many clients who tell me well. I know i've accomplished so much in my life. And i know that i'm enough but i just can't feel it. It just can't see my sunshine. And then i i always say okay. We don't do anything without any hidden advantage. So please feel get a feeling for yourself. Deep dive into your inner feeling. Ask yourself which hidden advantage to. I have cling to my old beliefs and very often the people say why if i would admit that i'm enough that i'm gercy that i'm okay..

"stahl" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

03:09 min | 11 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"But if you have this child wound then it doesn't start. It doesn't stop leading. You know and it has a then viz the situation that you were abandoned by your partner as much bigger impact on your life so this upbringing did the upbringing decides whether you're able to to live healthy. Relationships are not because the biggest difference between people who have difficulties to live in relationships and health relationships to the others is that the first ones think either. I'm in a relationship. Or i'm a free person whereas the other people who have not so many difficulties think i can be in a relationship and be a free person and that comes down again to this over adaption childhood because when people learned i can get only i can get only along with you under the condition i adapt to your wishes and will like children had the experience with unable parents so they took the responsibility to adapt to their parents vicious instead. the other way round. They have this deep imprinted feeding okay. Relationship means that. I have to make many many compromises and i have to do what you want. Otherwise you will leave me because otherwise you will reject me. that's is. That is what i experienced with my parents but since all these programs are often running on a very unconscious level the effective people only think when they are dulled. Either ole relationship that just something that at feed so so so tight in. I have to make some any compromise and i enjoy my freedom. All they think and feel all lay ship is something oh on. I'm i'm so afraid to be abandoned and to you but they don't make the connection to their childhood experiences. Do very interesting. This is Something that a lot of people need to to to hear but it also lets healthy to hear to like you said. Parents don't have to be perfect. It's just have to be you. Get you know again enough because like you said there's no such thing as perfect you know this world you know we all grow up. We carry on stuff from our our. We grew up and kind of black passes it down. Would you say like kind of take some of that stuff in new. Pass it down and you pass it down if it doesn't go exactly and therefore it so it's important that reflect yourself On your shadow child you become parent yourself so you just don't pass down again to your own children..

"stahl" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Then. You have the problem that you don't feel authentic in in contact with other people. Then you have the problem that you may be feel very lonely because you feel only safe when you stay at home and when you avoid contact to hide away in your home like you castle and that is the actual problem that you have to face then so the self protection strategies are the biggest burden on ourself and on our relationship so in my book. The charging you Discuss of this self protection strategies. And when i come to the sunshine hard a clear vision of my fenwick south i Come to the south reflection strategies from south protection to self reflection that means healthy behavior Constructive behavior which would we unburden our relationships. And which is much more appropriate than the old south protection strategies. I can definitely identify. What the the Self protection in. How that could work against you. I'm now breaking those down from past relationships and stuff so you know For the time it seemed like it was working. Because i didn't have to deal with but then i still do. Because i'm like noticing. Something's not connecting. I'm like oh let's planes it address those deal with them but i know i have a few books deal with love. Fear commitment and I wanted to ask you when it comes to like commitments. Loved awesome but in commitment within relationship from a man or woman develop fears or issues with commitment through their upbringing. Also or does that come with experience in which no no no definitely the upbringing. Definitely definitely the most commitment issues develop from over debt over adaption as a child. so let's Just let's make an example if you felt neglected as a little child by child by your parents because they were all overwhelmed and so they didn't meet your your needs for closeness and protection. At least not. That didn't meet these needs. Good enough parents don't have to be perfect. Just have to be good enough then you then you experienced as a child lack of love and connect connection our connectivity and then you have actually two.

"stahl" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"To talk about their emotions and so on but in all the generations that was really the that was mostly only woman. Women are thinking the yes as well as in europe or in germany the mall streeter of psychological literature are women and not men but there's luckily a change is change taking place within the younger generation. And i'm very very happy for that. Yeah that's true because now people Especially with men are starting to accept like who went to fair piano that stuff now right. Yes and reflect on their motion talk about their most emotions beneath each other and in former times or back. Then men were only talking about sports cars in politics and women were talking about relationships and so on and there's a big shift. I know within growing up like the black culture in just talking about this the other day that you know the men are told right kinda like not to cry to suppress it. Yeah exactly it wasn't healthy. You know because they don't know how to they feel like they're going to be less than two there. Here's or their woman and their their family. You know and. I'm starting to see more men accepting that and to but i also see a whole group by this listen to the other day disgust sensitivity in how a man it's not supposed to be raised to be sensitive and that's what a single mom i s to them does raise a sensitive man to me. I took offense because at the end of the day man still human being right so has feelings and emotions inside. Didn't think thousand very healthy comment that to something that's like you say programmed or someone learns or develops or. How does that usually come come about. I guess from a home right. Yes sure the home they occurring has a tremendous impact on everything of course. And that's where you're you you build up this inner child to shadow child and you you you carry these programs over into adulthood and there..

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"stahl" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

04:58 min | 11 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Any relationship. I guess they have you know in you know takes. I guess what takes a prisoner or something like that courtesy when you don't know when you're dealing with someone with these issues if they're if they're not taking care of or even addressed this is A lot of times what. The problem is within Relationships somebody's inner child. Of course there to shadow child really You know in a relationship and they they they they. These people don't reflect on their inner patterns on the shadow chart than they can become so much enmeshed and that is always problem to be mashed in in mass general relationship. Actually means that. I take parts that belong to the other person to me on my side and that i- project parts that belong to me on on the other side to them for example. If somebody doesn't treat me nicely in relationship yes he. Downgrades me is not very reliable. Let's say maybe he's a narcissist and then it can easily be happier than it can easily happen in a toxic relationship that the other part of the dependent partner things. He treats me like this way. Because i'm not enough. So he makes or. She makes herself responsible for the bad behavior of her partner. That means she takes his or her part on her side. Not he treats me like and you know a jerk but i'm not enough or other way round. If my shadow child feeds very dependent and very very very bad i may be expect from my partner that he or she has to heal me and has to take responsibility for my life. So i put something that belongs actually to me and what. I should take care for in front of his or her door. You please careful me care for me. Make sure that. I'm happy interesting k. Is every brand. Is everything understandable. What i yeah. Yeah following along. Because i love Like psychology. And all that stuff and i i tend to everything you're saying is registering because these are the things that go go through my head when i'm An outside looking in to myself and others and always wonder i further than was in front of me. Like kinda of like. What is your childhood trauma. That's ahead okay. So because when you sometimes react so it's a bit Hesitatingly i'm not sure whether i'm you understand what i'm saying or not because i'm always a little bit I'm not so very self-confident. When i speak english instead of mother language and everything was saying his. This is never fascinating to me. Because i always thinking that you know in a different way when it comes chula people in the world and how their actions and how they behave everything. I always consider all that. Like i always say. He's my saying since since long time. If ever body in this world would be self reflected. If everybody did his or her homework on self-reflection we would have much much much better word so this is psychological thinking and to care for your own. Inner parts carefully shadow child has is is a political necessity and not only the hobby for women in the menopause. You know where some older men like to put it. Yes oh the psychology. No that is nothing you know they. They laugh or making fun about people who try to get aware of themselves at least this older generation of men now. The younger ones are becoming much much better..

"stahl" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

04:11 min | 11 months ago

"stahl" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"By the name of that needs stall stephanie. I there yes. Thank you tallow. Thank you for joining us of definitely you you do so much. You're a great psychologist right. Yes soccer therapists psychologists. How many years was like It's been quite some time right. You've been thirty years years. Thirty is okay and you have a written book sand tops bestseller so you're very Like in what you do you very like bursts like you know should do as you should know but i'm saying you probably your rank Like high Recommend highly recommended in what. Yeah yeah yeah. It's at least in. Germany and europe is yes. I'm very on the top on the best selling for many years now in the essence a little bit harder. Because i'm not already known here but a hope that will be a autism. Yes yes you're needed here. Twenty one people need it. We need we need help. Okay thank you for joining from. I'm really stoked to have you share. I know that i was reading the all your stuff. And what stood out for me was Self esteem and i find that to be something that is a game. Changer is kind of moves. When uber's the way a person interacts with people right and the way they just go about in life it all depends on how you feel about yourself. would you say of course of course because Especially your self image determines how you perceive yourself and how you perceive other people for example if you have deep rooted in a belief like i'm not enough which i always say. The believes are the programming language of ourselves team because the self esteem itself is a little bit abstract. Now what is our self esteem but when it comes down to belief systems and you get in touch with your beliefs bay describe your self esteem so if you have for example this believe like i'm not enough or i'm not worth i'm not important this scratches self-esteem in your self image then you're very very easily inclined to project on other people certain superiority you know you perceive them easily little bit like you know stronger than yourself bigger than yourself. And then you're running. The risk of perc- perceiving them like enemy enemy's you know and not as friendly other human beings and their allies a big big potential of misconception misunderstandings and big potential. You know for arguments and and and and fights. Yeah that makes. That makes a lot of sense. Because i've always believed that Lake with people like yourself. Project like You know bullying or when people just treat other people badly. I always feel like that's not really me. That's them how they talk about themselves. Exactly exactly because it's so the the the lil little our self esteem is or the more fragile by the more we the risk you know to to to have cute section of other people be it that we think that they're just much better that they are hostile that they achieve much more than us alive. So the generates envy within us or all..

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'60 Minutes' keeps on the news and is rewarded by viewers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

'60 Minutes' keeps on the news and is rewarded by viewers

"The CBS news program sixty minutes is still one of television's how to shows marches are a letter with the latest for fifty two years the clock has been ticking on sixty minutes and it's still one of the most watched programs on TV the Nielsen company said sixty minutes viewership is up nine percent over last year correspondent Lesley Stahl says the show successes because the stories are timely yet always have the same look and sensibility Stahl's interview with president Donald Trump this year grabbed headlines when he cut things short and released his own unedited tapes stall so she's pleased that there was no criticism of the show's editing and she knew it would be fair because they always are

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How the media covered up the Hunter Biden story — until after the election

Doctor Health Radio Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

How the media covered up the Hunter Biden story — until after the election

"Have no idea what is going on with Hunter Biden. That's because a corrupt press covered the story up. His little question. Hunter leverage his father's position as vice president to enrich himself, accepting money from China, the Ukraine and possibly Russia. The Department of Justice Now looking into Mr Biden, because he may have not paid taxes on all that money we don't know, and he is innocent until proven guilty. Now the controversy was tamped down because the corrupt corporate media has no interest in damaging Joe Biden. Twitter and Facebook actually censored the story, classifying it as lacking context or misleading information. When users published the initial article from The New York Post. More than one million tweets were flagged on the platform. In the 1st 24 hours. That's incredible. President Trump mentioned a report during his 60 Minutes interviews asking quote. Why did Hunter Biden get $3.5 Million from Moscow? Reporter Lesley Stahl's response. Is this really an important issue for the country? All these things have been investigated and discredited. Well, that's not true. 60 minutes has not issued a correction. CNN president Jeff Zucker told his staff. So I don't think we should be repeating unsubstantiated smears just because the right wing media suggests we should MSNBC's Joe Scarborough told his audience. The hunter Biden story is obviously made up. And is the stupidest October surprise ever. The story was barely mentioned in The New York Times Washington Post. That was all before Election Day. After the vote, Attorney General Bar confirmed the federal probe into Hunter Biden. He should have done that sooner so Americans would know the truth. Last week. President elect Biden was briefly questioned on the topic. He once again dismissed the allegations entirely. Will oppress Hammer. Joe Biden on how his son obtained Million's during his time is vice president. Probably not. Well, the DOJ or IRAs. Uncover the truth. I hope so. But I'm doubtful.

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Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer responds to Trump’s taunts

All In with Chris Hayes

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer responds to Trump’s taunts

"You wrote about being targeted and obviously there is there's a sort of few layers. This is you've been sort of. Targeted national right wing media. You've been a target of the President and obviously it appears allegedly a target of this kidnapping plot and one thing we've seen it was in the president turns rhetorical firearm people whether that's Lesley Stahl Anthony Fauci they end up needing twenty four hour security the end up having threats what is it been like? To be on the receiving end of that. Well, it's been hard Chris. I mean, I don't have a whole lot of time to stop and process it or feel sorry for myself. I've got a job to do and I'm going to keep doing my job but starting in April, when the president singled me out and called me that woman from Michigan and tweeted liberate Michigan every time focuses on my state or On me, we see the violent rhetoric increase. We see the threats online increase I have had to have a Lotta serious hard conversations with my children when there are people with a are fifteen out on our front lawn and this, these are people who are looking for any leader to give them some credibility and some some comfort in some encouragement and when Donald Trump won't. Denounce them in the middle of a presidential debate. That's the kind of encouragement basie when Donald Trump says things like lock them all up. That's the kind of encouragement and it's dangerous. It's anti-american. We settle our differences at the ballot box, and if we don't like the results get organized and get ready for the next election, we have peaceful transition of power we put. Our democracy before our Party we put our country before ourselves. That is not how this administration operates and that's why I think this choice to elect an incredibly decent experienced empathetic said of people like Joe Biden Camel. Harris is where where I believe our country is headed because we are sick and tired of being sick and tired and worrying about our lives in our livelihood. Governor from Whitmer of the State of Michigan thank you so much for making time with us.

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Kamala Harris lists 'racist' actions by Trump in '60 minutes' interview

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Kamala Harris lists 'racist' actions by Trump in '60 minutes' interview

"Vanins running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, asked by CBS anchor Norah O'Donnell. If she thinks President Trump is a racist, you can look at Charlottesville. When there were peaceful protesters and on the other side neo Nazis and he talks about fine people on either side, calling Mexicans, rapists and criminals. His first order of business was to institute and Muslim Ban. Senator Harris on 60 Minutes, which also aired Lesley Stahl's interview with President Trump that interview that made headlines even before it was broadcast after the president abruptly left the interview, saying it was unfair and then preempting the broadcast by posting the entire interview on Facebook.

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"stahl" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"stahl" Discussed on AM Joy

"Trump walked out of his interview with CBS, , Lesley Stahl and the White House recording of the interview ahead of its airing on sixty minutes tonight. . Apparently hoping to embarrass the veteran newswoman about exactly what well that remains unclear. . This. As . he begs and pleads in occasionally insult his supporters at large rallies across the nation. . I wasn't going. . To. . Have to be honest no way I was coming. . I didn't have to. . Can you imagine if I lose and I've done all these things I've made never have to come back here again if I get I'll never be back dammit Minnesota you'd better vote for me how the hell do you lose to a guy like this? ? I'll never come to Pennsylvania again. . I. . Hope. . So turn has also revived is popular campaign promise to drain the swamp claiming his opponents are the corrupt ones. . Fight for the middle class. . Biden is what he does. . Right I think he's fine. . He's actually fighting I think hunter. . Biden and his cronies. . What they've done is a disgrace. . Let's see what happens and now on top of it, , we have the Biden deal. . Pretty crazy but you know what nobody no administration listen to those listen to that sound is coming so far away. .

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Why did Trump abruptly exit his 60 Minutes interview with Lesley Stahl?

AM Joy

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Why did Trump abruptly exit his 60 Minutes interview with Lesley Stahl?

"Trump walked out of his interview with CBS, Lesley Stahl and the White House recording of the interview ahead of its airing on sixty minutes tonight. Apparently hoping to embarrass the veteran newswoman about exactly what well that remains unclear. This. As he begs and pleads in occasionally insult his supporters at large rallies across the nation. I wasn't going. To. Have to be honest no way I was coming. I didn't have to. Can you imagine if I lose and I've done all these things I've made never have to come back here again if I get I'll never be back dammit Minnesota you'd better vote for me how the hell do you lose to a guy like this? I'll never come to Pennsylvania again. I. Hope. So turn has also revived is popular campaign promise to drain the swamp claiming his opponents are the corrupt ones. Fight for the middle class. Biden is what he does. Right I think he's fine. He's actually fighting I think hunter. Biden and his cronies. What they've done is a disgrace. Let's see what happens and now on top of it, we have the Biden deal. Pretty crazy but you know what nobody no administration listen to those listen to that sound is coming so far away.

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"stahl" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"stahl" Discussed on WTVN

"You've got to get this thing outside of the conservative media. But there are two stories in one because the Harding you've never seen this when Piers Morgan is saying that liberals were having an issue that they had to be addressing, you know, there's got a problem. I think they got a big problem. And you know, Tio do people like it when the president's fighting say with Savannah, Guthrie or Leslie Stall, Apparently, you know how she was giving him a hostile interview. Does that create does that help the president hurt the president? No impact on the president? I think it depends on how she handles it. I mean, Savannah Guthrie was I mean, hey, was he killed it? I mean, he was so this one and so harsh and just clear with her. He didn't let her rattle him and chief the one who came across the argumentative and combative and people want to think of president gonna handle that. Because if you know if you can't handle Leslie Stahl in Savannah Guthrie And we really want you at the G 20. I mean, that's all a good point, too. But I've never seen a guy in hiding the way we see Joe Biden of people. Finally, if a political campaign makes a calculation, and and by that, I mean They make a political calculation that it's better to hide our candidate that let him the candidate go out to talk to people. Doesn't that mean that something really is drastically wrong there? What also could reflect a strategy of make the race. A referendum on Trump, Not about button. I mean, some would argue That was Romney's mistake as he led the race be a referendum on Romney instead of a referendum on Obama, so I can't blame them for doing their job. Right. Stay right there. We'll take a quick break. We'll come back. We'll get a final prediction from Robert Kelly. He's with the Trafalgar Group. They've been the most accurate pollsters now as a relates polling, Donald Trump in particular and predicting his victory in 2016. We'll continue..

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U.S. Blames Iran For Threatening Election Emails, Says Russia May Interfere Too

Quick News Daily Podcast

02:59 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Blames Iran For Threatening Election Emails, Says Russia May Interfere Too

"In a surprise press conference the Director of National Intelligence came to warn US quote unquote that there's election interference happening the main culprits are Russia of course in. Iran. We, know more about Iran and we know they've been sending threatening emails to people while posing as the proud boys the racist far right group these emails say that they have your info in that. If you don't vote for trump, they'll find you and hurt you these went out to voters mainly in Florida in somehow deny Ratcliffe said that they were designed to hurt trump yeah. You're going to have to help me out with that logic emails from the proud boys that threaten harm. If you don't vote trump are supposed to be hurting trump I mean it's like they say many people don't actually know this. The Pearl Harbor was actually designed to hurt Japan. Shocking right I mean that's what they don't teach you in school. Of course that's not true. This logic makes no sense. Thankfully FBI director. Christopher. Ray was also at the press conference and he had this to say the FBI is the primary agency responsible for investigating malicious activity against election infrastructure maligned foreign influence operations and election related crimes like voter fraud and voter suppression or intimidation, and that's exactly what we've been doing. At the B. I. Working closely with our intelligence community partners, as well as our other federal state and local partners to share information, bolster, security, and identify and disrupt any threats. We are not going to tolerate foreign interference in our elections or any criminal activity that threatens the sanctity of your vote or undermine public confidence in the outcome of the election. When we see indications of foreign interference or federal election crimes, we're going to aggressively investigate and work with our partners to quickly take appropriate action. We're also coordinating with the private sector both technology and social media companies to make sure that their platforms aren't used by foreign adversaries to spread disinformation and propaganda. We've been working for years as a community to build resilience in our election infrastructure and today that infrastructure remains resilient. You should be confident that your vote counts. Early unverified claims to the contrary should be viewed with a healthy dose of skepticism. We encourage everyone to seek election and voting information from reliable sources namely your state. Election officials. And to be thoughtful, careful, discerning consumers of information online. And if you suspect criminal activity, we ask that you report that information to your local FBI field office.

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Trump posts unedited '60 Minutes' interview before it airs

Guy Gordon

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Trump posts unedited '60 Minutes' interview before it airs

"Trump posting his full interview with CBS's 60 Minutes ahead of its scheduled airtime on Sunday. After he walked out on the interview with journalist Leslie Stall, the president posted the nearly 40 minutes sit down to his Facebook page with the caption look. Att, the bias, hatred and rudeness on behalf of 60 Minutes and CBS. In audio coming from the White House camera. Stalin President Trump can be heard exchanging words before the interview began to be fair. And they're Lesley Stahl is asking the president. Are you ready for some tough questions? And he said, Just be fair.

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Trump ends ‘60 Minutes’ interview, attacks Lesley Stahl on Twitter

Radio From Hell

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Trump ends ‘60 Minutes’ interview, attacks Lesley Stahl on Twitter

"Trump reportedly got up, abruptly left his interview. With Leslie solve 60 minutes, and he's threatening to release his own footage of what happened before airs on CBS Sunday. He's mad about something we don't know exactly what but he tweeted Leslie Stall of 60 minutes not wearing a mask in the White House after her interview with me much more to come. But how much more could there be to come? Was an interview? Did she murder someone on her way out? But how

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Trump walks out of "60 Minutes" interview

Joel Riley

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Trump walks out of "60 Minutes" interview

"CBS's Lesley Stahl. He sat down with her for 60 Minutes interview ended abruptly after 45 minutes, got up, walked out didn't come back for a scheduled walk and talk with her and Mike Pence. Then the president posted a photo of stall without a mask. CBS saying Well, she briefly took it off after the interview while chatting with colleagues have been tested for covert 19. Then came the tweet. I'm considering posting my interview with Leslie Stahl of 60 minutes prior to air time is what we don't Everybody get a glimpse of what a fake interview is all about. A source familiar with the session told The Washington Post that they talked about Corona virus. Anthony Fauci Trump's attacks on Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, and that stall pushed back on the hunter Biden allegations The White House had taped it so they could put it up. But of White House staffer told the Post. It was not that bad. He just didn't like her tone. He does post it probably boost 60 minutes ratings with your media minute. Howie

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"stahl" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"stahl" Discussed on KOMO

"Business Journal reporting this afternoon, the Hong Kong based airlines cuts amid the Koven 19 pandemic. Highlight the challenges Boeing's long haul international airline customers continue to face. We reported yesterday that President Trump abruptly ended his interview with 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl and threatened to share his own video of that conversation. And today, the White House seems to be walking much of that back, saying there was no such drama before the latest. We go to ABC News, Washington correspondent Andy Field What do we know? And where do things stand this evening on the sandy? Well, we can only take what we're hearing from various people. Jason Miller, one of the president's campaign adviser, said no drama interview was not ended. Abruptly. We have the receipts from the interview, all of them. Maybe we need to put the whole thing else. People conceive for themselves. Well, you can see for yourself on Sunday. The agreement apparently that CBS says they made with the White House is typical of many people. Do interviews. Is that the person doing the interviewing, saying that's fine. If you want a recorded, do not use it until we air this because we spent quite a bit of money on cruise and everything promoting this thing for you to put it out. They would kind of ruin that. And We're told the White House agreed to that now the president Twitter, claiming he's going to go against that agreement. He's also upset that Lesley Stahl was not wearing a mask. What seems to prompt it'll all this was the 60 Minutes interview going badly for the president. Have we heard from inside sources on that? Apparently, he wasn't happy that Lesley Stahl was asking tough questions asked for her wearing the mask. I could tell you, my colleagues. Walked into the White House with her that day. She was wearing a mask. She kept the mask on the entire time. She was there. When she had to take a Koven test. You took the mask off as requested by the medical people doing it. She put the mask back on. When they sat down to do the interview. They were at least 6 ft. Apart. They're pictures of the White House showing that neither the president nor Lesley Stahl wearing a mask, but of course, What the president Who says he's had covert and Lesley Stahl, who also said she had a word little to no risk of infecting each other. I mean, we're the only two people in the room, not wearing the mask of time. They were never very close to each other. That picture we're told was taken after the president had left. And then she was standing up from the chair going to get the mask to put it on. And that's when they snapped that picture. So it seems a bit disingenuous for a president who almost never wear masks and has gotten colder. As a result of it to complain that someone else who did wear a mask the entire time except for the interview wasn't doing it. And what's the conventional wisdom on whether the president will release his own video of the interview? Is he bluffing Or is that likely to happen? Your guess is as good as mine. I don't know. You know. Listen, I know Leslie stall. I've worked there in the past over the years. She is one of the best journalists out there. She doesn't fool around. When she does these things she goes prepared. And I can't imagine that there is anything in this interview sitting in the White House with all these witnesses where Leslie stall was going to do something in an edited out that would in turn be favorable for the president. Have you heard from your friend Leslie Stahl? What she's saying about this? I haven't talked to have a doctor in a long time. She and I work together Reporters of the White House years ago, but, uh we achieved not say anything publicly. Of course, All this drama certainly is goingto the ratings for their show on Sunday. And I'm sure this's pretty happy about that. Well, I think that is the one certainty in all of this A B C's Andy Field Joining us from Washington D. C. Thank.

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Trump's Scattershot Campaign Strategy

CNN Political Briefing

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Trump's Scattershot Campaign Strategy

"Trump continues to behave in a way where he simply seems in search of rationale for his candidacy and a closing message. It's really an astonishing thing to observe how Erratic House scattershot his messaging has been. We know that to be true over nearly four years of covering a trump presidency that he has the tendency to do that. There's always the stories with the blind quotes of Republican allies of the white. House just wish Donald Trump would talk about the economy or would stay on message Donald Trump is who he is. We all know that he's not going. To Change, he is committed to this notion of grievance politics. That's his whole sort of reason for being in the political realm, and yet he does have a proven political gut an instinct of where he can go to find pockets of support. So it's amazing to observe him trying to throw everything against the wall and seeing what sticks this close to the election I mean that's one thing you can do earlier on. But when you are within two weeks, you've got one more debate ahead of you and then just rally after rally to try to drive home a message. You want to be locked into what that is. That is not where Donald trump is I mean just take the storming out of the sixty minutes interview or cutting short or whatever he did with Lesley. Stahl in tweeting about that, what what is that that is not going to accomplish his political goals here and here's the thing Donald Trump knows it. He knows he's in a weakened position he was in Erie Pennsylvania last night, and once again, he said the quiet part out loud before the plague came in I had made I wasn't going to Erie. I've been. Honest. Go Way I was coming I didn't have to we had this one and then we got hit with the plague the had to go back to work hello weary at least. I mean, just imagine there's the president of the United States going to eerie Pennsylvania telling them. They would never have seen him if he was in a stronger position than he is but here he is yes to actually work for it that his closing message right now today's been tweeting about the economy's who maybe for a moment he consumed some television news analysis that he really should be talking about the economy. It is the one area of strength. We see in poll after poll for him, and yet that has not been where he has centered his closing message inexplicably, and we have new evidence to show that what he's doing isn't working we have a brand new. CNN. In Pennsylvania and one in Florida in Pennsylvania a state critical to Donald Trump's success for years ago. He's down ten points fifty three to forty three against job Biden. This is the Tipping Point State folks and he is Badly behind at the moment. Now in Florida as we see across the whole Sunbelt, it's a different story. It's a margin of error race. We've got Joe Biden at fifty percent and Donald trump forty, six percent in this poll, but it is a race at the margin of error with no clear leader. Consistently, we see him behind in that critical upper midwest rust belt, and if he can't turn that around, he's in serious trouble and that kind remark, an eerie Pennsylvania that's not going to help.

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Trump walks out of "60 Minutes" interview

WBZ Overnight News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Trump walks out of "60 Minutes" interview

"Going to be watching the election returns so well, Joe Biden and President Trump. But not yet. Biden is in debate put mode for Thursday night, Mr Trump was in battleground Pennsylvania area. This is the most important election in the history of our country. Look, you know we can play games that we could be nice and we could have a good time. You think I need to be standing out here? 50 degree weather earlier back at the White House, he was doing an interview with 60 minutes and cut it short political correspondent at O'Keefe Presidents tweeting tonight that he's considering posting a video of it shot by the White House before the interview actually airs 60. Minutes says the White House agreed to shoot that video on Ly for its archives and that the broadcast has a history of interviewing presidential candidates. And asking important questions in the run up to elections. Hairs Hairs on on Sunday. Sunday. Mr Mr Trump Trump also also tweeted tweeted a a picture picture of of 60 60 minutes minutes correspondent correspondent Lesley Lesley Stahl Stahl without without a a mask. mask. People People familiar familiar with with the the interview interview say say she she did did have have one one on on leading leading into into the interview. Meantime, early

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Trump cuts short "60 Minutes" interview, claims Stahl biased

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Trump cuts short "60 Minutes" interview, claims Stahl biased

"A late campaign interview with president Donald Trump seems to have gone awry the interval between Leslie stall in president Donald Trump is there on sixty minutes on Sunday but it's unclear what the status of it is now because trump left in a Huff before it ended that is according to someone familiar with what went down but was not authorized to discuss it in public trump gave his own take on the interview and a campaign appearance in eerie Pennsylvania suggesting that he would release his own version of the interview before Sunday you have to watch what we do to sixty minutes you'll get such a kick you get a kick out of the Lesley Stahl is that going to be happy meanwhile Democrat Joe Biden did a sixty minutes interview on Monday there were no issues reported with that I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Trump expresses unhappiness with '60 Minutes' interview, Lesley Stahl

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Trump expresses unhappiness with '60 Minutes' interview, Lesley Stahl

"And President Trump said today that for the sake of accuracy in reporting he's thinking about posting footage of an interview with CBS's 60 minutes before it's set to air next Sunday. Trump reportedly cut the interview with Leslie Stahl short and abruptly walked out after about 45 minutes, he said, sharing that footage would show how bias the interview

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60 Minutes' correspondent Stahl says she fought coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

60 Minutes' correspondent Stahl says she fought coronavirus

"A leading TV journalist has been stricken by corona virus but is better now this list also is for a while she was really scared she tried to fight off a bout of pneumonia caused by coup bid nineteen the sixty minutes correspondent said she had serious breathing problems at home for two weeks before being admitted to a hospital it was there that after a week she began to turn the corner and she says when she was really she was wheeled out of the hospital through a gauntlet of cheering medical workers still the seventy eight and says she laments that instead of covering the coronavirus story she has become part of it I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"stahl" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"stahl" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Stahl it makes you feel good somebody out there is is winning never you and a real reporters were following up on this stuff really doing it with that if that comes out next summer I mean they'd be best just to get that out right now you know the state department if they if there if they have the information on Joe Biden get it out right now he has no chance of survival after summer do you that might be why Biden would want you know maybe one about but the right there's a lot of other Democrats there that that would not be yeah you know they want if they want to take him down now biting might wanna get it out now just just to get it out of the way if you can hold on to the you know the actual nomination but I mean there's it's not just being a Democrat you're dealing with here right like this yeah you're also controversial in there yet people who know the longer you hold it the the less important it becomes yeah all right final plans for the cruise through history have been made and they are incredible yesterday on this program I found out that Tim Ballard is coming from operation Underground Railroad and there's a new film being made I think is maybe paramount I remember who's making but they're making it on this particular group of operation Underground Railroad and the guy who plays him in the movie is Jim conveys all the guy who played Jesus in the passion of Christ so too we were talkin and they're going to show a special viewing on the on the ship of that movie and I think Jim could easily is coming so we're adding to other for the passengers to the boat you can walk the holy land with Jesus that might freak a few people out there yeah look who just showed up anyway you can join us for this unbelievable trip a cruise through history please Friday is the last day you can get the early bird special which I think Knox about four hundred Bucks off of it it is an all inclusive trip including airfare gratuities it's a great value we're going to go to Greece Italy Asia and also the the holy land so join us make sure you're there come sail away dot com go down come sail away dot com.

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"stahl" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

06:40 min | 3 years ago

"stahl" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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