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What Is Love? God Is

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:54 min | 3 months ago

What Is Love? God Is

"Let's talk about love. This might be the most bastardized word in english language. The most misused the most misunderstood the most misapplied manipulated word that we have whether it's abusing lost in love or jealousy in love or tolerance in love. We confuse it and get it wrong a lot. And it's not just the secular world. It gets it wrong. We christians get it wrong. The church can sometimes get it wrong. We can idolize certain types of love and it's really important that we get this right. What love really is particularly as christians because we are constantly told by non christians that what we believe is not actually loving that it is not loving to believe in john fourteen six for example that she is the way the truth the life and that no one comes to the father except through him. We are told that it's not loving to believe in romans. Three twenty three for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of god. That it's hateful colson. What god called. Sin to call truth what god calls truth to share the gospel to do mission work to be a christian in any way that his counter cultural year told often today lease is hateful. The only type of christianity that is acceptable to much of the world. Today is the one that looks downs so much like the world that own indistinguishable so we have the same views on abortion as everyone else on marriage on sexuality on gender on morality on politics on media and entertainment on truth as longest christians look and sound just like everyone else are considered acceptable in lami. But anything any doctor any practice that just outside of what secularism approves of many considered to be hateful and wrong. I'd not everyone who doesn't share our faith of course believes this way By the way but increasingly it seems many do. Our responsibility is not to be considered lobbying by the world but rather to conform ourselves. To god's definition of love his definitions. I should say of love. Upper sean poor eight says god is love their people in an outside of the church that is their. This is their favorite verse. Almost everyone knows this verse. first john. four eight god is love. God's very essence is love everything he does is therefore love. Everything he says is love every decree every law every action. Every non action is defined by motivated by characterized by love. Love is everything that god is in everything. Love truly is can be found in god that means if we get wrong. What love actually. Is we get wrong. Who got actually is and we get wrong. Who got is we get wrong. What love to know. God is to know true love in those who don't know god can have glimpses of forms of love because it's a gift of what we call common grace. He's given to someone who is not a christian for example of course can love their friends while loves their family. Love their spouse their kids their country. We are made in the image of god which means that we are all made with the capacity to love passionately. Selflessly even the triune. God is in constant communion father son holy spirit all embody log self sufficient in their love and we made in the image of the triune god also long for this kind of eternal love in fellowship. We were not made to be an isolation we were made for love to receive and to give love

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Snapchat will terminate Trump's account on Jan. 20

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Snapchat will terminate Trump's account on Jan. 20

"You don't know what's been going on over the past week hopefully listen to the other episodes this week we've talked about you. Know the story in the capital and all the craziness and all of the illegality the criminality that went on last week and kind of how we've been wrestling through that there has been a backlash not just in your reaction of people not just a political backlash but there's also been a big tech backlash so after all of this happened. Trump's personal twitter account got suspended twitter deleted tweets written by trump from the account so the police account is used by every president it so they didn't take down the police account but he can't access it anymore in all of the tweets that he did send from that official police account president of the united states. If you didn't know were taken down. Facebook permanently banned trump so ready twitch shop fai twitter. Google youtube facebook instagram snapchat. I know it would be hilarious. If snapchat didn't ban donald trump and that was how he was communicating with the american people and used all the filters and all that great stuff that would have been really twenty twenty one. But that's how it happened. He was also banned from tiktok. That would have also been a hilarious way for the president to continue to communicate with the american people if he was like doing the dances and popping up and trying to send his messages through tiktok dances again. Unfortunately we do not. We don't get to enjoy that. Dan from apple banned from discord pinterest stripe amazon cloud hosting now. You would think the everyone on the left is applauding. This and a lot of people on the left are applauding. This even the so-called champion of free speech in the media class or applauding. This saying that this is a great and wonderful thing. Even some people on the right. You're saying this is a good thing now. The aclu actually came out against banning trump from twitter. Which is surprising because the aclu has been on the liberal side of most issues for the past at least thirty years

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Mnuchin makes $916 billion offer to Pelosi for COVID relief bill

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:48 min | 5 months ago

Mnuchin makes $916 billion offer to Pelosi for COVID relief bill

"A nancy. Pelosi has refused. The white house's offers on stimulus deal multiple times so this was in october. This is according to business insider quote over the weekend. The white house proposed a one point eight trillion dollar measure. The white house proposal includes a four hundred dollar boosting weekly unemployment insurance twelve hundred dollar direct payments for us adults and thousand dollar payments for each child. The washington post reported democrats have pushed for six hundred dollar increase in weekly unemployment benefits and twelve hundred dollar payments for child. Dependence is well substantially more funding for state and local governments the democratic proposal. Also though it comes up it includes left-wing policies and left wing proposals. That have nothing to do with the virus or with mitigating the risk. So there's lots of left-wing pork in there that the republicans understandably do not want and are not going to let pass so it's not just a matter of numbers. The disagreement here but pelosi has rejected time and again any good compromise. Coming from the white house are coming from republicans for months plus insisted that a covid relief bill would have to be at least two point two trillion dollars. She turned down. Like i said a bipartisan. Deal one point five trillion dollars in also trump's one point eight trillion dollar deal but now now interestingly she has decided that she would support a nine hundred billion dollar covert relief bell which is obviously last in the one point eight trillion dollar trillion dollar bill that trump offered in his negotiation and she was asked about this. Cnn's menu rajoo. Ask pelosi if it was a mistake to shoot down the previous compromises the previous bills and she became very agitated. She was very annoyed by this question. This question of okay. Why are you supporting a nine hundred billion dollar deal now and you rejected the one point eight trillion dollar deal that trump offered you a couple months ago she got very annoyed and said. Do not characterize my actions as a mistake if you want me to answer your question. Here's a video of that over two months ago when he said i will not accept. Apple's tastes characterize what we did before as a mistake as a preface to your question if you want an answer. That was not a mistake. It was a decision and it has taken us to a place where we can do the right thing without other. Shall we say considerations in the legislation that we don't want so we're very pleased at where it is as i say with a democratic president committed to a scientific solution for this with the idea that we will have a vaccine. It's a complete game changer. From them so she basically admitted at the end of that clip and we kind of splice together. Different parts of her answer will include the link to the full press conference in the description but she basically says look you know don't characterize that as a mistake it wasn't a mistake. We had other considerations and other considerations she kinda reveals at the end of that is that now they have a democratic president. And so it's okay if they pass a bill so long as trump doesn't get the credit for it and because we have a vaccine now. We're able to give people less support than we wanted to. Before the fact of the matter is she just didn't want to negotiate with trump. She didn't care the people were suffering. She didn't care. small businesses. Were being closed down and people's lives were being ruined and families being put a very desperate situation. She didn't want to give trump any credit for the relief. They very well could have offered.

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Good Samaritans shot trying to stop attempted carjacking on Peachtree Road in Buckhead, Atlanta

Clark Howard

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Good Samaritans shot trying to stop attempted carjacking on Peachtree Road in Buckhead, Atlanta

"Gunfire gunfire and and two two good good Samaritans Samaritans caught caught in in the the middle. middle. It all played out in the nude hour along Peachtree Street. A stone's throw from Piedmont Hospital. Gunshots started ringing out and people started running. I mean it. It got scary, pretty quick, Michael Stuckey tells Channel two action news. It was his black Volvo he left running. When he went inside Pete Street cleaners. He came out to find someone in the driver's seat. Moments later, two Good Samaritans attempted to block the vehicle in from exiting the driveway. Atlanta police officer Anthony Grant says that's when another suspect pulled up in a stolen Jetta and open fire. Those Merit INS. Two men shot in their shoulders. The suspects got away Edgar Drake. It's 95.5 Ws mi 37

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"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Is in the way of justice in the way of truth in the way of love and satisfaction, no one's going to go to church but the church that are actually standing strong the so called fundamentalist churches, which is not it's not fun to. Fundamentalist people who believe in the word of God that God, his that he says what justice is he's what right and wrong is he says what love is and it's so much better who actually preached the Real Saving Grace of Jesus Christ that you actually have to repent from your sand through his through his strength. Those are the churches that are saying strong. Those are the churches that are actually growing and I've said for a lot of the Christians that are out there that are you know they're discouraged because they've seen a lot of churches go in the of the woke or they have. Capitulated on different social issues whether it's abortion whether it is you know some other social issue is that the church? It thrives on the margins and so yes, we will see more persecution of the church. It will be harder to be a Christian. It will be less popular, less lucrative, less safe to be a Christian but really that is the norm for most of Christian history and everywhere else in the world by the way, America has been insulated from that kind of persecution for the past few hundred years, and that is very rare like in human history, and so I tell Christians be ready because the age of the cultural. Christian is it's gone the Cultural Christian will. Die Off it will not be popular anymore to just say you're Christian but not really live like it and the church. The True Church will be refined by fire not destroyed by it and the people who truly hold to the word of God and believe in served Jesus Christ will be the ones left standing, and that is where the church becomes the city on the hill that we are called to be America. So even though it's scary to face the persecution that we're seeing and infringements pawn religious liberty, and in all of that stuff in the United States the last. Beacon. Of Liberty that exists it's okay like this is where God shines through his church and he's got his church. We don't have to worry about being destroyed. It can't be I totally agree with you and I said to my husband the other day we were talking about how you know we we're seeing play out right now in America really is a battle between good and evil battle between Satan, the author of lies and deception and and the people of God and I my biggest regret this year so far has been that when I paid my taxes and I. Realized I could have given so much more to come to our church you know and I really encourage people you know you can give it to the government or you can give it to a church, and if you can these people they need to spread the Gospel, you need this more than ever and I'm seeing it every single day. Hey, you don't even have to go to church to a church. You just can decide whether or not. You'd rather donate to the government or whether you'd rather donate to people like Allie study and people that are spreading the Gospel. So please first and foremost download her podcast. It is great. It is relatable. You're on your. I. Tuned Right now presumably either on Youtube watching me or you're on I tunes, you can go scroll and find relatable. And go get her book. You're not enough and that's okay. Bye. Ali. Sucky. You guys know that we wrap every single episode allowing Ali to leave a message for the world and we know that whatever she is going to say it is going to be the Gospel and today is Sunday might show comes out. So listen to this on your mark get set world I gave you Miss Ali sucky okay. One thing that I will say talking about generosity to your churches I just want to Echo what candy said in how important that is right now first of all I encourage you to find a biblical church that is preaching the word of God that is preaching the Gospel, there are a lot of good resources out there go to founders, ministries, Dot Com they've got a church finder. You can enter your zip code and you could find good faithful Biblical church around you I encourage you to donate money to your church even if you're paying a lot of tax a lot in taxes, there is a parable of the widow's mite she didn't have hardly any money and yet she gave a lot of what she had even though she was poor and Jesus praised her in that parable for doing that, we give to Caesar what is Caesar's we give to God what is God's? That's what Jesus tells us to do, and if you find a biblical. Yes give your time give your money. Give your resources get plugged into that church because I know that a lot of you out there feeling alone like you are alone in your principles your alone in your values, your loan in your faith and I'm here to tell you the you're not that there are millions of people who think like you are on social media maybe they're not as outspoken. Maybe they're scared but I encourage you to find community. You don't have to agree on everything in your church communities but find people who love God who love their neighbor who love God's Word and want to obey him and want to work together for the advancement of God's kingdom in the good of the Gospel, don't forget to pray that the Bible says that the prayer of the righteous person has great power and how good is God that he has given us access to him through. Jesus. Christ and so I'm just feeling right now that a lot of you out there scared and. You're feeling lonely and discouraged and just know that you are not alone that you have a God who sympathizes with your weaknesses that knows that knows your burden to knows your concerns and cares for you and there are millions in the Christian church who are struggling and going through the same things that you are. So stay strong continue to pray continue to serve continue to give continue to be obedient love the Lord God with all your Heart Mind Soul and strength love your neighbor as yourself and don't worry about the rest in. That's all I have. Wow and by my book. Literally do it. She's just perfect. You are incredible. Thank you so much. Thank you guys for watching the latest episode of Candidates Owen Show I hope you guys enjoyed the conversation as much as I did as many of you guys already know prager you is a five Oh one C., three non profit organization, which means we need your help to keep all of our content free to the public. 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"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

06:24 min | 8 months ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Michelle Michelle, Jesse that did you see what she got cancelled all sponsorships and the story is just so absurd. So she did her virtue signaling, Hollywood thing and she tweeted like we need to do more for black people, volleyball black lives matter and then some girl that she worked with onset happened you know who happen to be. Black said, are you kidding me? You were like such a B I t h to me. And I remember how awful you are to me right. That was it did you said that she she was mean to her on set and a bunch of other girls some of them white action, the majority of them white said Yeah Leah's really mean to everybody onset right? Somehow that turned into a racist and she got the she never got a cues of saying. An end board never say anything it seems to me that it was apparent that across the board Leah is not a nice girl on set and I can totally by that she doesn't look like she's a nightmare nicest girl in the entire world. But how does that turn into now she's a racist and she then issued a blubbering apology like I will working. I'm working. On my cell fly need to understand how I play into this and I'm thinking, why are you a potluck? You can apologize being like I need to be nicer. Why are you biting on this race narrative and where does it end why people keep doing this? Keep getting on their knees figuratively and literally in front of black people who say I don't like what you Did to me. Well, it's never going to be enough and I think what we learned from the story that you just told these that. Okay it's so it's not equal treatment. So it is unequal treatment that one I mean, maybe she is really a mean person but I mean, she's probably mean to all people and so I guess it's it's not equal treatment it is. Disparate treatment. You actually want inequality when it comes to treating people the same in what we see especially I would say in the church that's. The perspective that I have and the people that I follow and seen is that Some people believe that what Jesus tells us to do that loving the larger. Got Us all your heart mind. So on strengthen loving your neighbor as yourself is not enough. So it's not enough to just love your neighbor. It's not enough for me to be kind to you and to treat you as a friend, I would treat any of my other friends like that's not enough to serve people in to help people just like you would any other person. You have to do special penance I guess in you special language. That's why a lot of people have cleans at the whole movement has become a colts because it Mir's in a lot of ways Christian orthodoxy in a penance in repentance in paying back in holiness and obedience and things like that. But it is a graceless religion is a graceless religion. You can never pay enough for your sent by the way is not just your sense that you. Have to pay for and get down your knees for is possibly maybe the sense of your great. Great. Great. Great grandparents who might have owned slaves. That's what you need to pay for. That's what you need to apologize for. You need to apologize for and pay for the things for the privilege that you didn't even know that you had in that. You've never even used to exploit a person of color like you need to apologize for that and even. Then it will never really be enough. So encouraging meant to people of all clients, people of all skin colors is to do what God calls you to love your neighbor as yourself. You want to make a difference in the lives of people go be kind to people go help people go pay for someone's groceries go help feed people, deliver food to people help the homeless people no matter what their skin color is go volunteer in an abortion clinic where. Black Hispanic white women are walking in every day believing that the best option for them to kill the baby inside their womb go act like those lives matter by doing something and don't worry about meeting the arbitrary ever changing standards of the woke because you will never meet them. They will never be enough God his already set the standard for you love your neighbor as yourself. No matter what their skin color is you don't have to worry about the approval of the self loathing woke liberals out there who you know the standards change from day to day. It's too exhausting to try to follow them well won't talk to you about the church because I mean I always. Say I'm a Bible Believer and I'm a Christian I have tons of issues with some of the churches you know and that started from the time that I was eleven years old. My grandfather was really strict about US reading the Bible every single day. There were some issues with his church that I didn't particularly like and I've seen a lot of that and when I walk around now today, what is this that we're seeing with churches that are pro lgbtq churches that have black lives matter the fist and the flag you know waving hi, we accept everybody here which obviously that sentence of course, at church weeks that everybody here but you know what I mean what? They're implying when they have it behind in lgbtq flag what's happening to the church I? Mean we're talking about abortion. There are pastors at are okay with abortion I mean you know what I'm saying. So what is happening to the church that we're seeing this seeing, take a leftist turn and what does that really mean for Christians was Progressive Christianity and the so-called Church and I say that in heavy quotations, the so-called called Church sounding more like the world rather than the world sounding like the church, how it should be I mean we're called to be a city on a hill light in the darkness, but really they're just adding to the darkness with more darkness. Cloaked in something that sounds like Christianity, but they don't believe what I think is the most controversy over in the Bible, which is Genesis one God created the heavens and the Earth if God created the heavens and the earth, then he says what is and what isn't what's true and what's false what male and female is what's right and what's wrong and if you believe God has authority over those things then you also believe that he has the authority to define something like sexuality like marriage like gender and that doesn't mean that you don't love those people and then you're not friends with those people and that you don't you know serve those people of course of course you. But. You should be able to stand strong on the word of God because that is the basis on which we have our faith and if you abandon that then why even go to church on Sunday that's what I always say go to Brunch like they're better way to spend your Sunday if you're going to learn the same thing, sit in a pew as you will if you read cosmo or if you watch MSNBC. In that's why actually there's one encouraging statistic according to Pew Research That Progressive Churches when I call nominal churches. Christian. In name only they're the fastest dwindling church. So they are the churches that are losing the most members because thankfully people are realizing I, can get this ideology anywhere like I can turn on CNN and hear the same thing as I'm hearing the so called pastor preach to me if the church is offering the same thing that the world.

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"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"You know what I mean like you you cannot tell me people might say, Oh, I've had terrible circumstance with the police officers I haven't. So does my experience not count maybe it's because I'm a law abiding citizen I. Don't I don't try to fight police officers I have not had that experience. So the fact that the mainstream media decides on a narrative that are all black Americans are going through and we're supposed to get behind it and if you're black then therefore hate the police that it's actually an example in of racism and they would never place that kind of stress on why people they would never say this is what all white people do white. Privilege. But both of those things are just there examples of racism. Paint such a broad stroke absolutely, and I've noticed this in the church to how a lot of churches and pastors have respond have responded in trying to be on the side of. The woke in all of this, they will promote. Okay. White congregants like we really need to read some of these books we need. You return a he coats like we need to read a white for Jilin, we need to read. These things which was written by a white woman, but we need to elevate the these black voices and my question I've reached out to some of them. Okay. That's fine like I am all for people reading expanding their mind. I. Will read and Watch things that I don't agree with. But why are you only promoting one kind of black voice like why are you only promoting one side of this like do you want to read Do you WanNa read Thomas sold do you WanNa read Jason? Riley. Do you WanNa read John mcchord or do you want to read Walter Williams? What about those? My friend was actually telling me about a conversation that she was having with. One of her friends who goes to our church, who is a social justice advocate and her friend was trying to challenger in my friends because she listens to my podcast and probably your podcast to was like but you know they were black people with other perspectives than than those people and she says, her friend was shocked that she had no idea what she was. Talking about and my friends and like this is the problem. This is the problem is that you think that black people or a monolith you think that they all have the same reaction to everything and it's just not true and like you said, that's actually racist no one more racist than the white liberal no one more racist than the white. Liberal media white. Liberal. Sometimes, I wonder if they are well meaning because to me if you are well-meaning and you really think, okay, this is what I've been taught, which is totally plausible. This talk I assumed all black Americans are going through this. Well, then when you actually did encounter someone who disagreed with you, you'd be interested. I actually want to hear what you have to say because I never heard that perspective but they don't they get very angry and what that says to me if your response to seeing a black conservative or me saying, no, thank you which I will actually do on my personal facebook page. If somebody writes this long sprawling, you guys know what time of year it is we're we're all the. White. Liberals are now suddenly turned into like political science majors wipe these sweeping condemnations of their own skin a you know an interest like such virtue signaling, right? US. Why people need to do better who I could never imagine saying that about myself I would never apologize for being black. So it's weird to see white people do this in general I will sometimes answer and I'll say, no, thank you. I disagree with this I definitely don't need you guys to all be doing this nine each you treat me like a regular person in not someone that needs to have their hand tell because I do find it to be like rescuing puppy. I find it to be very insulting and the anger that they come back with it's either a block and on friend you don't know what you're talking about like or or in the most extreme circumstances you'll see people say if you're a white person, you're sharing candice Owens's videos just know that you're further sharing. Are People Saying that I'm like Oh, my God. I'm going to note that says you're not a well meaning liberal. We're doing it because you get off on telling your other your other white friends that I'm a better kind of a white person. They know more about being black in America than the woman who has said about. Going after people like you it I'm better than you Allie because I have this perspective. I'm more worldly more secular. I. Understand what's going on? It's really it's a white on white crime rate. You know what I mean if I say, okay, I have learned a lot from black scholars. Actually I would say that a lot of my theological and political views have been informed by people who happen to have a high melanin count and I didn't seek them out because of that but it's just because. People like Thomas Soul and Jason Riley and some of the podcast that I listen to they happen to be very sound and smart people. I'm like I can give you a list of black resources like if you're interested in elevating `black voices I can give you a lot of black resources if you're not willing to hear me out like if you don't want to hear my perspective about racial stuff, that's fine I. Don't know what it's like to be black I can give you a list of resources. Yeah No, they don't want them. They don't. They don't want those resources. They don't want that perspective. They don't want your perspective about them. It's selfish. It's not about were truly about them, and that sort of gets back what you're talking about in your book, which is just you know it's Become. A culture of me. Me Me me how do I make myself feel better how to elevate myself how do I look at myself in the mirror better an alley stuck and I see so much of that when I look at. White. Guilt. And you know one of the things that, I, a story that I saw recently and I wanna ask you, where does this go for the White Americans? Where does this end for the White Americans have accepted this narrative that are offering apologies that are putting black squares that are making their children where things like you know if you see the little four year olds wearing I'm aware of my white privilege which to me is just absolute makeable. It's I mean just like take the child away from his payments horrible I can imagine being my child feel guilty about being born black that's really My head around. But there was instance of who's the girl,.

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"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

06:23 min | 8 months ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"And I always say this because I know a lot of people that listen to. My podcast. You know maybe they're not really just maybe they're not Christian and you focus a lot on Christianity in your pocket, which is Great I am a Christian and I try to just tell people you even if you're not a person that is religious, you can get something out of the Bible. The Bible, his wisdom in is timeless and actually I was looking up how many times the Bible mentions. Idolatry warned us against idolatry and I was looking at this because I was thinking about now how all of a sudden we have seen the idols Of Hollywood suddenly speaking out and telling people how they should think and I had never growing growing up because I used to be crazy fans of this person crazy fans of that person. I've sort of rinsed myself saying I'm a fan of anybody anymore because I realize this is a form of idolatry and we are seeing that manifest right now into society when someone like Taylor Swift thinks that she can write a post and say, I'm going to get every single person to do this I mean, what do you mean you're going to get every single person? To do this era once country now pop singer and for people that follow that right? Who follows the young girls who go? Yes. Yes. Yes. Taylor. Swift's that I happen to do this. So I do it i. mean there is something that is really really wrong about that were seeing idolatry idolatry play out today via Hollywood right and how unsatisfying is it to worship someone who doesn't know your name who doesn't care about? You will not shed a tear if you live or die and that's what happens with these people who worship someone like Taylor Swift or Who you know I'm sure they care about the people in their lives and all that good stuff. But how deeply unsatisfying for us to make those are idols and not only because they don't know you they've personal relationship with you and they can do absolutely nothing for you unlike the God of the universe. But also because we see the moral framework for their own lives and the ones that they're prescribing for other people are so flimsy. They're constantly contradictory like Chelsea handler for example, who you have brought up like for someone who talks about feminism and empower of it seems like a very unhappy person. Well, she posted not too long ago video of. Louis. Farrakhan and saying you know while this is this is really powerful like I really agree with what he has to say I learned a lot just look at how flimsy her moral framework is that one day she's talking about the evils of oppression and racism and the next day she's a posting posted a video of a guy who literally said that Hitler's a great man and who calls. Jews termites in. So just think about how contradictory their worldview and their moral framework is, and you will see why it is so dangerous to idolize people who don't even don't even know right from wrong in their own lives. Yeah. I WANNA be careful in saying this but I really do believe now and not every single person but the entire institution of Hollywood there's something very satanic about it. You know I mean bringing people to the big screen making them believe that God's and they. They believe that you know sending Paparazzi to follow their every single move like, oh stars, they're just like us they went to pick up an ice cream cone. Oh my God. I saw Lindsay Lohan. Getting an ice cream cone somewhere you know and and there's a part of me that feels really bad for them. So I WANNA be careful in saying that I sense of sadness in them. I said they they never really can truly feel happy and you see that in the way that their relationships always fall apart they're angry and they're bitter the by the way I'm speaking of about a majority. Of course, there are some examples of people who have somehow survived the Hollywood vein but I, do see something about Hollywood that I have more and more been like I really want to distance myself from this idea of the celebrity, the Star and I just see a lot of. Like Satan in that, I hope that a lot of people feel that same way and I think that the more transparently we see the stars, the more their on twitter and the more they're showing us who they really are true colors and a lot of their hypocrisy that a lot of people are thinking. Okay. Well, this person who seemed so far off and so God like and so perfect and flawless. They're actually seeing them up close and realizing, Oh, you're just a person and you have a lot of actually seem really confused unhappy maybe I shouldn't idolize you at all. So I think that is actually really healthy. My desire though is for people obviously like you said not to idol. Celebrities also not to idolize ourselves into realize that there is only one. God who is worthy of worship who doesn't change? That's really one of the most comforting things I think about the character of God is at the Bible says that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday today and forever, and with everything is changing constantly people's opinions people's moral views, people, social views, everything that is constantly changing. The reminder that Jesus is steadfast in that he does not change is a great reminder that he is the only one worthy of our worship. The satisfaction that people are looking for when they look to celebrities to worship themselves for worship, the satisfaction and the and the love and the joy. And the freedom that you guys are longing for it's not elusive. It's not a mystery like its founding crates. If you're looking for those things, he's right there in so but we just keep no no, no, no no, it's probably Chelsea handler like, oh no, it's probably myself. Well, you're going to keep on getting disappointed. Do you think that they meanwhile? This celebrities mean well, probably. I think. So now you could argue that especially a lot of the stuff that's going on race wise and there've been a even now would say this there have been a lot of black activists say this that a lot of the things that people. That white liberals do and especially white celebrities do in the way of trying to elevate black voices or to help the black communities really for themselves. It's for it's for their own elevation. It's to show. Hey, I'm compassionate. To everyone that, hey, I'm really inclusive. There have actually been some very what I would say radical activists black activists call out someone like Chelsea handler for making money off of the documentary she did about being a better white person. Well, you're still exploiting the pain and the suffering and the discrimination against black people by doing that as a white woman and so I think that there's a lot of that. Now I won't say that about every celebrity I think probably a lot of them have very soft hearts I mean they're all artists and so they feel a lot and so I think they genuinely are compassionate and maybe Chelsea handler to but. I feel like I've seen all all the time. Sorry. I watched your show and in high school and I really liked it. But I don't know what happened. I was such a fan of hers..

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"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

05:38 min | 8 months ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Your child for the Lord. There are people I, went to a private school, my whole life, private, Christian school. There are people who I graduated with who are the most so-called privileged people in the world who think that who have completely abandoned. You know the oppressive, Christianity? Oppressive conservatism and traditionalism and things like that have abandoned their faith and if completely gone. Down the road of leftist ideology. So that's possible to parents should know that private school does not guarantee that your child will go to college in stay a Christian or a conservative. There are people who go to public schools who graduate in our conservative and Christian in. So understand that that of course, it is not just this like the perfect binary that really the responsibility the onus is always going to be primarily on the parents to shepherd to mentor and disciple your kids as best as you can. Right. Well, you wrote a book and I first and foremost love the title you are not enough and then in parentheses and that's okay. Let's just talk about the title. Yes. So it's your not enough in. That's okay. Escaping toxic culture of self love. So the reason why picks title and I talked about it obviously in the book but we hear all the time especially young enough enough enough now how that jives with everything we're also hearing about hating you're whiteness I don't really know the same people are saying that it just kind of shows you the illogic of any kind of like. The worldviews but we are told by these self love self help gurus that you're enough you're perfect. The way you are and who you are deep down is really perfect and flawless and the only reason you feel insecure is because society has told you who society we don't have a society, the patriarchy, your capitalism they've all told you that you're imperfect. But if you just throw off capitalists a capitalistic ideas if you throw off societal standards if you throw out standards of beauty and health and things like that you. Will be able to love yourself which means you'll be able to accomplish your dreams, which means that you will finally be fully satisfied in confident and what we see in a lot of these self help and self love jurors is that their lives aren't fulfilled blake. Their lives aren't fulfilled in the people who follow this self love mantra that says if I just love myself moral finally be happy and satisfied they continue to struggle with insecurity and their own self worth and their own happiness and purpose, and fulfilment and commitment. And all of that stuff and so really the premise of the book is that that's because if the problems that exist our incite if you like if you struggle with insecurity, if you struggle with fear depression anxiety than the solution can also be inside if you if the self is the problem that can't also be the solution, and then of course, my counter is that God chose us a better way. He shows us a better way than self love God's love is so much better than self love in the argument. Is Not self-deprecation argument isn't that she should hate yourself. It's viewing yourself. The Way God sees you as made in the image of God, and created for his glory and the purposes that he has for you, which happens to be glorifying him in serving and loving other people. So it's a kind of self forgetfulness in a self denial that got offers us that really brings us to the true freedom and satisfaction that he self love Gurus are trying to find enter failing where I it's interesting because you do see that. Hashtag self love all over all over instagram and women that are putting up pictures of themselves overweight shaving their heads sauce supposed to be a symbol of how much they love themselves because they no longer bend to the will of society. But then when you actually look into the lives of these people, they're tremendously angry tremendous tremendously hateful there obviously, not happy and we've seen this sort of self love movement sort of manifest itself in what today is modern feminism I. Think we need to call it something else it's Not Feminism something entirely different and and it's it's toxic. It's toxic for the individual and if people that are young don't figure that out early May end up in a very bad circumstance because they actually put their hand up and they say no things that could bring them so much love and so much gratitude like religion right I mean look like Christianity like a husband like I said to you like my whole life I thought getting married. Oh wait wait it's going to be horrible it's it's kind of. Yeah, it's like you're you're going to be bound by marriage and these these systems they're so beautiful they bring you such beauty and I can't wait to become a parent. Yes. Exactly. is worshiping that the God of self in this is kind of what happens in all societies when you reject the god of the universe when you decide no, there's nothing bigger than me. There's no truth bigger than my truth there's no reality bigger than my reality. There's no love bigger than my love I'm you start to worship yourself in self worship means that you can't. have any relationships that are hard can't have any sacrifice it's inconvenient. You can't have any morality that disagrees with the things that you want to do. Because if you worship God, you do the things that God wants you to do, and if you worship the God of self, you're going to only do things at the self wants you to do. So that's why anyone who comes along and says anything that you believe is wrong or immoral or on Biblical that is an affront to you. That is heresy that's what I call the Colt of self affirmation. That's what. All of this stuff is feeds on the worship of the God of self in it. What what we find out is that the self is a really bad God. We're really unmerciful God's. We're really ungracious God's we are on able to satisfy the insatiable needs of the God of self in that leads down like you said, this toxic road of selfishness in which people are constantly trying to find happiness and places where the just can't find them right and you know it's interesting.

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"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

05:15 min | 8 months ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Did we know all of the absolute insanity and how the world has turned upside down even more than it than it had previously so you're right there is a new level of fear and there are more concerns than I even had a year ago where a few months ago. But at the same time I think being a mom has also just the time over the past year has it has. Given me has reminded me the importance of of remembering that people are not placed on earth at the time that they were placed on earth arbitrarily by God. So he intentionally and purposefully puts the generations when and where and how he does it for a reason and so like I've said on my podcast before like he didn't choose our birthdays arbitrarily or flippantly like he didn't say okay, this sounds good. This group of people will might be good right there but maybe not maybe they won't be able to handle it. I have to remind myself that he does things purposefully and with intention and if he predestined. To be born when we were born where we were born have the abilities that we have had the platform that we have have the marriages, the kids whatever that we have been the same goes for our children and so it was it arbitrary that he made her birthday when it was in that he decided that she was going to live through this time. The same will be true for your. Nephews for your kids. It's on purpose, and if he equips every generation to deal with the problems that they are facing, just like he did for the greatest generation in like he's going to do now that I have to trust the it's scary and even if we do see the end of American liberty in this great American experiment that we have all from that I have to trust that he is. Going to equip his people for whatever issues that we are going to face a have to trust that and I hope in that and also have to remember that ultimately for the Christian. This world is not our home that we I hope that America goes back in that we reroute in that we go the way of American liberty and and prosperity but even if we don't Jesus does promise that. He is going to rule in perfect peace one day, and that is what I ultimately have to look forward to and that is the hope that I have to clean to or else I will spiral into fear and that's not good for anyone. Well, I think there are so many moms who needed to hear that. But I'm just like I felt instantly relieved when you said that I think that. Is Probably the best most optimistic perspective that I've ever heard in all of this and I get inundated all the time you know as you do with questions from people around the world and one thing that I see recurring a lot especially in mom's is they're really fearful about the direction that the school systems have taken and we saw this obviously happening you and I have done a lot. Of you know a lot of public speaking about this what would be your advice to them as a mother. Now, you know you're much more tethered into the discussion about what they should be doing with their children even not even just in grade school was that's how young the indoctrinate star but even through to college welby perspective on that what I think parents need to realize and I know. I'm a new mom so I'm not trying to say, Oh, I, have all the wisdom for you know the MOMS with five kids with teenagers and things like that. I understand I have very limited experience. Thankfully, I have sisters in law a have a lot of women in my life who have a lot of children have a lot of experience that I've been able to to learn from and just from. Being engaged in the culture like you are have been able to see some of the trends that you're talking about I was interviewing someone the other day who said something very poignant and true that the the battleground ideas doesn't start in middle school or high school or college like we used to think it starts on the playground. It's ours when they're three years old at starting at preschool it starts. In the nursery rhymes that they are listening to and the things they're watching on Netflix. There's an ideology that is being pushed behind so much of the content and the conversations. That are surrounding our young children. So my encouragement to MOMS especially. Christian. MOMS that's just the perspective that I have is start preparing your kids, your babies, your toddlers right now reading the things that you want to read certain teaching them about the Bible without God's worried about who created them, who created the heavens and the Earth start laying that foundation right now and. I can talk about at a different time or provide in a different way different resources that I think moms can be using but just make sure that right now especially when your kids are home before they are gone for eight hours a day at school to make sure that you lay the groundwork for the Christian values or whatever you're values are for your children. Start Shaping their minds right now so that they're equipped my other piece of advice that I would have again as an inexperienced mom. But his mom who sees what's happening in government schools get your kids out of government schools there as a a wonderful pastor by the name of voting baucom and he has talked about just indoctrination happens in public schools and he says. You know you can't send your kids to Caesar and be surprised when they come back Romans and it's true when you send your kids to government schools with government ideology, which happens to be a left-wing ideology. So much of the time they are going to, they're going to be affected by that and possibly infected by that and so the question for the. Parent is do you want to battle with that? Like do you want battle with the ideology that your child is learning for eight hours a.

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"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

05:14 min | 8 months ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"I'm normally casual. Cash wearing. Sneakers. Done with that yet in they're all good. All Right Ladies and gentlemen we are rolling into another episode of the Canvas Owens. Show America is changing we are debating socialism and whether or not that is the right system to implement into our government into our economy We are seeing the schools take a dramatic shift were being told that kids are now able to choose their gender. There are riots there are protesting there's looting the churches are changing. Actually I took a walk through Washington D. C.. and. I have never seen such woke churches in my entire life. The LGBT flags are flying high the black lives matter logos are flying high. What is this world that we are stepping into suddenly in this country, which was supposed to be the land of the free and who are the most vulnerable people inside of this changing dichotomy I happen to think it's the children that are being raised in this society raised in a society that I didn't grow up in. New moms especially, you guys know I'm a first time aunt, two nephews born during the coronavirus scare and I wanted to actually invite a new mother onto my podcast someone who has her own podcast called relatable which you guys should download and listen to, and she is also the author of you are not enough and that's okay alley. Sucky. Welcome back to the candidate show. Thank you so much for having me so so much must have changed for you the last year yes. The first time, mom yes. Almost a year ago it was last. July so. It's really hard to believe everyone says that it goes by so quickly and when you're in those first few weeks of motherhood, you're like, no, it's not it's going by. So slowly because you're not getting any sleep and your stressed out in your hormonal and you're like, this is the hardest thing that I've ever done and I don't think it's ever going to go back to normal but then slowly but surely it does and you get used to things and it goes by so fast and then all the sudden that little infant that they laid on your chest is you know a full grown toddler and it has been really fun what has been the biggest change for you. Probably or Your entire life around the well being of another human. I think that that shifts your perspective on a lot of things not just in your personal life. But how you see the world of course that happens a little bit when you get married as you know as as a newlywed, you start on putting the welfare of someone else before you and that kind of self. Sacrifice really matures you and it also change how you see the world eight goes to another level. When you become a parent at, you've never realized this kind of just heartbreaking love I've heard it described as it's like watching your heart walk around outside your body, and that's exactly what it is. It's so hard to explain until you're there but this just kind of A. Eager Eager Heart Aching love that you have for another human being and for their welfare never have you felt before like you would layer life down in a heartbeat for another human being as you as you do when you become a mom or become a a dad. So that has just I think been the biggest perspective shift in thinking about politics through the Lens. Of the next generation, I think adds another level of intensity of caring about what's going on because it's not just you and what's going to affect us for the next sixty years of our lives however long get to live but also what's going to affect your children and your grandchildren in the long reaching effects of the policies and the movements that are happening right now so I think it's just not just a perspective shift, but also a widening perspective of everything that's going on that's given to you and you become a parent. So your daughter is about a year old. Yes. Okay. So I feel like the world has changed from last time you were sitting across this desk for me in an infinite amount of ways especially in America I mean if. You and I wrote down that day. If we had written down that day, a list of the craziest things that we possibly could happen America. We couldn't have come up with it not in a million wild imaginative years could come up with this what we're actually seeing in the world today and I'm just wondering how does that impact someone who is bringing someone up in this world like? There has to be some level of fear. Of Is this going to be the America that we know if my child going to grow up in the America that I knew? Yeah, there certainly is fear I would say that there's a lot of fear when she was born and like you said, all this stuff that's happening right now wasn't even happening them but I think a year ago we probably thought it can't get any worse than this can't get any crazier than this people. Are So in saying the truth is subjective in how are we supposed to create any kind of healthy free society based off of the principles that you know a Lotta people on the left are laying down for us. But now even since January and February if we would've sat down in in February and said, what do you think the world is going to look like in a few months? We would've said, Oh, you know debates with. The presidential election things are probably going to be contentious. We would have thought it's just a replay of two thousand sixteen little..

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Pecan Log Rolls (MM #3455)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Pecan Log Rolls (MM #3455)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation if you grew up in the sixties in the seventies travel through the southeast Southwest even the Mid-West if you see a box shaped building painted with the teal blue roof, there's one thing that comes to mind. It's stuck. He's He's was sort of a convenience store sort of a gas station sort of a restaurant sort of a hold just a little bit of everything started out literally a place to sell pecans that then transformed into pecan log rolls, which they're famous for and there are still a few stuck. He's around the southeast. I know there's one in Indiana. I think it's an Interstate 74 when we used to travel from Ohio, Indiana. We'd see one I know there's also still technically a Stuckey's south of Nashville. It's either on Interstate 24 40 about an hour or two outside of Nashville Stuckey's used to be quite the place. It was kind of a little bit of everything. I guess really the precursor to what's now truck stops where you can stop in get a quick bite to eat. You can get your gas you get your little tchotchkes and you get those famous log rolls, even if you don't like the cons there truly was something special about them.

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"stuckey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:58 min | 9 months ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Stuck US here. Buckle up everybody. Here we go. Charlie what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie, Kirk, on the college campus, I want you to know we are lucky to have charlie. Charlie comes running the White House folks. I WANNA. Thank jollies an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building. One of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning point USA. Not embrace the idea that have destroyed countries destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody. Welcome to this episode of the trailer. Kirk show. Super. Thrilled to have with us today alley be study who is podcast or one of the most popular female Christian voices in the country and is also the author of a new book. You gotTA. Go Get your copy right now, I love the title and I have to make sure I get the entire title. Correctly, it is your not enough and that's okay. Alley first of all welcome back. Back to the Charlie Kirk show tell us about your book. Yes. Well, thanks so much for having me on again. It's you're not enough in. That's okay. Escaping the toxic culture of self. Love. This culture of self. Love. That is so prominent especially among young women is targeted at us on social media, but even sometimes in the Evangelical Church, it's this idea that in order to be happy and fulfilled and satisfied in successful, just have have high self esteem. Esteem, you have to be obsessed with yourself. You have to love yourself and underlying message is that you are enough your enough for everything, you need your own truth, your own purpose, your own satisfaction, the problem is that not true. So if all of the problems that we have all the bad feelings that we have inside of which are real insecurity into busy inadequacy, feeling like we just can't measure up the antidote to those things can't also be inside. Inside of ourselves. So the self can't be both the problem and the solution, and this book is about going through the five midst that are propagated in the culture of self. Love. Some of them are you are enough, can't people until you love yourself, you determine your own truth and we talked about how these lies manifest themselves in culture and our personal lives even in politics, and then we replaced these damaging myths with the truth of God's word. It's very refreshing to have a book that is I feel like there's too many political books. I. Wrote I mean. This is actually a book that actually goes to my root causes and I, say that we need more people to know about self control than self esteem and I was always a very big critic of the Self Esteem Movement, because you're telling ten year olds your perfect, the way that you are and is always very bizarre because why would you be in school? Then if you're perfect the way that you are I, mean actually think it and I would love to have your your opinion on this. It Creates A. UNIN intentioned. Byproduct of the students or the individual..

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"stuckey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:36 min | 11 months ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So on that note, there's so many young Christians at listen to podcasts. Both of ours and I we get. We get hundreds of messages. Especially recently I have never seen. The digital assassination canceled culture as bad as it is right now it's the worst and clan. Honestly not enough conservatives are taking definitive stands on this and are Republicans have been awful. President's been great, so many Republicans have just run to the hills I talked to a couple of senators the other. And they're cowards..

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"stuckey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"We Have Ali be stuck. One of the most listened to podcasts out there is relatable. Stuck your honor to have her today. A Christian conservative woman who understands the left understands Marxism understands the war and masculinity, and has a terrific news coming out. We talk all things in the news today, and she has a very unique fresh perspective. E mail US your questions freedom at Charlie Kirk Dot com freedom at Charlie Dot com make sure subscribe at the Charlie, Kirk Show and for the twenty people. That's right twenty people that listen to this episode. Tell us you listen to it emails, Freedom Charlie. KIRK DOT COM subscribe gives us a five star review on your podcast provider and e email it in after leave a review. Twenty random people will earn a signed copy of the new. York Times Bestseller Maga- doctrine. All you gotTA do buckle up everybody.

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Explained: Why New York has emerged the epicenter of the US’s COVID-19 outbreak

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Explained: Why New York has emerged the epicenter of the US’s COVID-19 outbreak

"York is suffering more drastically than any other state. By far as of right now there has been tragically. Three hundred sixty thousand confirmed cases of coronavirus virus in New York and over twenty three thousand deaths by the time. I am recording this. That is in a state of nineteen million people. Now let's do some compare and contrast in Florida a state of over twenty one million people and a large a large elderly population. There has been only about fifty thousand confirmed cases in only about twenty two hundred deaths so twenty to one hundred deaths in Florida versus over twenty three thousand deaths in the state of New York and Florida is more populous and Texas state with twenty nine million people has had about fifty four thousand cases with only about fifteen hundred deaths again. Fifteen hundred deaths versus twenty three thousand deaths in New York and these states have also had much less restrictive lockdowns. Now there is no doubt that New York is different. It is more densely populated a lot more public transportation. That's much more used than in places like Florida and New York are places like Florida and taxes And I especially true of course in in New York City where most of its cases are but cannot really be the only reason it couldn't possibly be that maybe leadership has fumbled that. Maybe they haven't done as good of a job as the media has said that they are doing. So let's review some facts about Cuomo state and examine. Why possibly they have run into so much trouble. We've talked about this in the past. It bears repeating so the state of New York was facing a budget crisis before all of this happened back in November. The New York Post reported that New York face a six point one billion hole in their budget for this year and Cuomo's planning on making cuts to Medicaid rates for hospitals and nursing homes. They fail to present a real plan. Criticized Dave Free Del of the Citizens Budget Commission. A fiscal watchdog group. They've known about this for a long time but the plan they did present is really one part. Gimmick he added his analysis shows. The state was already in trouble after pushing off a one point. Seven BILLION DOLLAR MEDICAID BILL IN MARCH Two thousand nineteen into Into two thousand twenty which grew into the four billion dollars according to an article in the nation. A left-wing commentary magazine. Obviously I don't agree with a lot of what they write but they can be pretty good at holding Democrats accountable. This is an article by Ross Bark. Entitled Cuomo Helped Get New York into this mess. Governor Cuomo has long mismanaged the budget and the Medicaid Program program in the state and has reduced the size of hospitals. Here's some excerpts from the article in which he argues that some of the budgetary abyss has been the CUOMO administration's own making postponing Medicaid payments and failing in the past iron out inefficiencies. Like the state's pain Medicaid costs for relatively wealthy. Private hospitals are relatively wealthy private hospitals. That don't need the aid in the first place. What's more this has lost. More than twenty thousand hospital beds over the last twenty years Cuomo who has governed for almost half that period CUOMO has governed since two thousand eleven. Never advocated for any kind of expansion of hospital beds until last month he now says New York needs one hundred. Ten thousand says this is a couple months ago more than double the current capacity. He has never been a forceful advocate for keeping hospitals open in fact he is empowered bureaucrats who have argued aggressively to shudder them in two thousand.

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"stuckey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"stuckey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"When things go from stuckey, it's intriguing to think to scientific, but our souls are quantum packets of information, and they would attach to our biological hosted animates, it it all starts to make sense that we move all the paranormal and supernatural aspects of all of this ground zero with CLYDE Lewis, then we can surmise packets of quantum data are around us all the time around zero weeknights on NewsRadio KLBJ. The Todd and Don show. Nobody likes their neighbors. Cooking. Absolutely, not absolutely tastes different. It smells different. Did. I tell you about the time that my neighbor across the street when we first moved in. They have to come over for dinner never been in their house before didn't know him that well at the time we walk in. And all the sudden, I smell a dead body. What I'm smelling a dead body a dead person. It's like death. Okay. There's a body in here. A dead snake? There's a rotting corpse in here. This is gonna be awkward given the fact that I'm smelling rotting corpse, we looked at each other. It's like sweet mother of God. Can we please get out of here was it death turned out to be brussel sprouts? Oh sweet. And mother of now. No Russell spreads. The worst smell in the war. The really good when they're done. They're done. Yeah. But but when you're making him, they do who was the first person go my God this smells awful, let's say. Kat and done, shall we say mornings five to ten AM on NewsRadio KLBJ. Have you ever wanted to speak another language whether you want to speak Spanish, French or German? Babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons can get you. Speaking confidently in your new language within weeks. I just started learning Spanish with battle in. It's really helping me with my pronunciation, KOMO pajamas Cuomo yomas. This. They don't they add ace. Got it amazed Okefenokee, I speak Spanish. Now..

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"stuckey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"stuckey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"When things go from stuckey, intriguing to think to scientific that our souls are quantum packets of information would attach to our biological hosted animates, it it all starts to make sense to remove all the paranormal and supernatural aspects of all of this ground zero with CLYDE Lewis, and we can surmise the packets of quantum data around us all the time around zero weeknights on NewsRadio KLBJ. Jeff warden, Ed Clements. Afternoons three to seven job here. They come the Austin route saw a bit. Stand for Jeff. Join hands fans the four routes symbolize all of Oz north south east and west a route as they penetrate the defense the gallon a piece of soil in middle America. Come murrow. Ward and Ed Clements. Three to seven on NewsRadio KLBJ Markelle, Melinda. Abbott says he wants state lawmakers to make changes in the ways the judges decide on how much bond is set in order for somebody to get out of jail. He is making these recommendations because a guy out on bond kill the DPS trooper about a year ago. This guy was out on bond, and he had a previous case where he was convicted of assaulting a law enforcement officer in Texas. This is shocking in the case of this guy who killed the DPS trooper they went back to the judge who let him out on.

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"stuckey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"stuckey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"When things go from stuckey it's intriguing to think to scientific that our souls are quantum packets of information would attach to our biological hosted animates it it all starts to make sense do we move all the paranormal and supernatural aspects of all of this ground zero with clyde lewis and we can surmise the packets of quantum data are around us all the time ground zero weeknights on newsradio klbj disclosure of aliens that's the big one right going beyond the difficult what about something else he did truly terrifying we wonder with all the experiments are having could there be any time a breach where a door opens be careful what you wish for in the abyss yields of its contents on ciro with clyde lewis i mean this is what i believe would be another form of disclosure ground zero weeknights on newsradio klbj ed clements afternoons three to seven here daddy responsible maybe just maybe it's not as we parted cops leave the bathroom we saw that fbi agent do that with the other day that got him in big trouble i was gonna rely on you gone expert now i'm starting to wonder about them get those little guys i guess so you got like a lighter that shoots should know dropped his gun and was rolling around the store and at my kid gets that you're going down seven on newsradio klbj the rush limbaugh center for disease control we've been inoculated protecting you from outbreaks of transmittable bs we have all been inoculated against a disease that is drive by media infectious accepting new patients i don't know what kind of idiots you think you're dealing with we're reviewing to weekdays eleven to two not buying one morsel of this rotten concoction at your spreading but you're gonna have to try something else on newsradio klbj if you saw things were weird being that the energy or the consciousness of other living beings well they just got weird think of anything more demonic sounding coast to coast am cowardice sopa which is a reptilian crocodile face demonic creature takes human form some of the time and then he comes out of his body to shoes the soles of dead people midnight on news radio kale dj sexton i have yet to see somebody say the president can't do this and they have made a real effort to strip executive power away from this president in every which way the court's particularly they have been chipping away at president trump's executive authority as much as they can after bending over backwards to extend barack obama's way beyond the boundaries of the constitution separation now that it's from there trying to constrain and restrain him in every way they lost seven ten pm weeknights on newsradio klbj daria is or are by letter more alien presence who's that have been involved with this planet for millennia is already here artificial intelligence is i think exactly what he says i think it is an existential threat are we about to breathe into existence if we don't get a backup plan is to costa.

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"stuckey" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Player this year yeah they can this year this this year's out tonight if they don't extend randall which i don't know i you would do with does it and that doesn't kick until the following year anyway salary is what it is so they can go seven event i think the nicked young player option what what's his player option you haven't for six and change and i bill been my assumption he will decline it okay so that's a that's into saints you think he'll decline but i think the market for nick young an interesting before i found out the true nature of rodney stuckey's player option of asking people and what he thing rodney stuckey would do i assume to their rodney stuckey would upton because that's seven always a lot of money and rodney stuckey's just not that good and i was i would say a majority of the people i pulled said he will opt out and because he'll be able to get something like three years twenty one million so equivalent annual salary before more years yeah on the market and i thought well that's surprising nick young had a better year than rodney stuckey and it's again yeah he's nick young but maybe you do not have to sell me on devices of nick young i believe that i would not one i don't know how you know nick sent high school and he's always in the same guy i mean i'm i'm a nick young person i like nick i find him to be endearing entire me so the pacers should use all their cap room undertone of his waiters assist el saying it's a hard sell like it that's the guy you go get with his agent a part of stink that's interest he's reads good yeah i wouldn't i with it as this is just a literally yes this is not source i would guess that nick young opt out just that's going to because like he he works in la he's swaggy p in la but if you're an owner right now like let's what team can realist sickly go add swaggy what what if you drop thirty million on swaggy p can you sell that's your fan base well that i mean he could be the i can help it but you know you know what i'm done that the cavs but the cavs been good it'll braun wants him the braun.

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"stuckey" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"stuckey" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Yeah they can this year this this year's out tonight if they don't extend randall which i don't know i you would do with does it and that doesn't kick until the following year anyway salary is what it is so they can go seven event i think the nicked young player option what what's his player option you haven't for six and change and i bill been my assumption he will decline it okay so that's a that's into saints you think he'll decline but i think the market for nick young an interesting before i found out the true nature of rodney stuckey's player option of asking people and what he thing rodney stuckey would do i assume to their rodney stuckey would upton because that's seven always a lot of money and rodney stuckey's just not that good and i was i would say a majority of the people i pulled said he will opt out and because he'll be able to get something like three years twenty one million so equivalent annual salary before more years yeah on the market and i thought well that's surprising nick young had a better year than rodney stuckey and it's again yeah he's nick young but maybe you do not have to sell me on devices of nick young i believe that i would not one i don't know how you know nick sent high school and he's always in the same guy i mean i'm i'm a nick young person i like nick i find him to be endearing entire me so the pacers should use all their cap room undertone of his waiters assist el saying it's a hard sell like it that's the guy you go get with his agent a part of stink that's interest he's reads good yeah i wouldn't i with it as this is just a literally yes this is not source i would guess that nick young opt out just that's going to because like he he works in la he's swaggy p in la but if you're an owner right now like let's what team can realist sickly go add swaggy what what if you drop thirty million on swaggy p can you sell that's your fan base well that i mean he could be the i can help it but you know you know what i'm done that the cavs with the cavs been good it'll braun wants him the braun.

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"stuckey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"stuckey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Archbishop drama stuckey has decided this year the capital the arch biases that milwaukee take part in this division with a clearer conscience he has granted a dispense a shit which allows the consumption of meat on friday march seventeenth twenty seventeen the three produce so pillars of weapon observance or prayer pass thing and always giving the church ss to surrender ourselves to prayer and into reading of his computer pass to get a giving up the past thing that all do together on friday's is but assigned of the daily lead to discipline of individuals and all sorts passed it for certain periods of time bested were certain foods but also passing from other things that activities although archbishop was that he has waved the rule for the st patrick's they catholics route shoes to make use of this this from station are encouraged to engage in another sack repair so or charitable act that day what's interesting is that it also like paying some only the cells or something like you are going to do that so about what are you going to do where you get a here you get he meet on that day no oh you doesn't like court what i out yeah i want to weasel he does a like cord beat you don't who doesn't like cord beef but i beat it is salty i mean i'd soon it is it's kind of your is this the ball i mean i'm sure it's bad for you won ninety million love holds but well but i mean i doubt it so this is just dispense station is i read this this is every me but you can same patrick say he didn't just say it's all the record big i think you can eat a t boy now according to help cause i do know i know this for my catholic back road things like this are left to the bishop's so it's this is be he had so this would ruling what cover the arch bias he said no walking some other bishop are archbishop could have a different ruling and a lot of people to bet that first base them about roman to palaces but the church as they have a pope doesn't decide.

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"stuckey" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"stuckey" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Up you know it was i'm eight eleven eighty kick are the stuckey or and all that their quoted right look i did with the florida just like i did with general manager the point meant and you watch torrey regulation for stop score a lot of a really being interpreted have been a bit yucky to catch in almost every carry usher and and i think that's the core influence on our legislative body which you know coach but my original warning it i think we're in the hybrid now and this far i'm wrong but like yeah not being able to are kick you late clearly that united states is you know you work ethic all bidder rochelle i think up another star now that college you know really an awful should be a softball question well day and there was a piston that that everybody is missing and and i and i think that it's been intentionally overlooked by the media because basically what but donald trump said was george w bush was a killer to it killed a hundred thousand people at least in a rack in and you know thousands of american soldiers los warriors exact words but listen to this clip dave all the way to the and so that they are in a quick in the corporate media they they almost never play this all the way to the end because it's it's an indictment of george it's donald trump and dining george bush which by the way guy he did this in a republican primary he said bush.

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