35 Burst results for "Tactic"

CNN Pundit Pretends Violence Isn't Violence

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 4 d ago

CNN Pundit Pretends Violence Isn't Violence

"Listen to this freelance journalist on CNN trying to downplay and pretending that violence isn't really violence. Even the chief himself said, this is a small group. This is also within this defend the forest movement, there are no leaders. So people go off and do their own thing. That doesn't just make them justifiable. But I do think that, you know, you keep using these words violent violent violent violent and it gives the impression the only violence that or the only acts of violence against people that I saw were actually police tackling protesters. The only violence I saw was police tackling protesters. You keep using this word. This is a fascinating tactic of the left. The proverbial gaslighting, but what they're trying to do is pretend that the violence that we saw erupting all through the streets of America after George Floyd, and even the violence we saw this weekend in Atlanta, don't believe your line eyes. It's not really violent. That's not violence. That's just, that's just a peaceful way. Burning down a building is a peaceful way to say you didn't like the fact that George Floyd was killed. Burning down, throwing molotov cocktails inside patrol cars is a peaceful way of saying we don't like the fact that a guy who tried to murder cops got shot dead. That's our peaceful protest because we're antifa. And the media coverage that I saw over the weekend didn't even refer to them by name. These are antifa.

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Why Is the Media Covering Up Atlanta's Shocking Pedophile Abuse Ring?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | Last week

Why Is the Media Covering Up Atlanta's Shocking Pedophile Abuse Ring?

"Go back to the Atlanta story, we'd be a cath wall from town hall on. This is extraordinary stuff and you have the courage to kind of go through all this. Why is it that the media, not just ignores this, but they're actively producing cover for this. Worse than it is. Because I think we have sacred people in our society, people that are basically beyond reproach, people whose lifestyles are not just beyond criticism, but in fact, we have to glorify them, right? It's kind of like we're all supposed to be subject to these kind of struggle sessions. If we break party line on this and in this case, it's specifically people who fall under the LGBTQ rainbow. And that story that took place in the Atlanta area suburbs and this story that took place from Philadelphia to Hawaii, there was a third accomplice in New York and we could talk more about the tactics they used because part of the reason I wrote this is to actually inform parents on what to look out for because of how these people operated online. But everyone involved in both of these stories, their gay men, which is very obviously this is like a group that you're not allowed to criticize in society today, right? And worst of all, in the town hall story, and in my story, there's adopted children involved. The Philadelphia teacher, when the FBI executed a search warrant at his home in roxborough Philadelphia, which is considered, by the way, one of the safest, most family, friendly neighborhoods in Philadelphia. It's very quaint, very, you know, it's the perfect kind of place. I think that the motto is a place with roots, you know, just like the kind of the perfect place to raise kids. Well, not really. Or at least in this case. But anyways, when the FBI showed up at his door, they found that he lives alone with a 6 month old girl. And it's not clear. Local reporters have tried to figure out whether or not it's his biological daughter, but they know that he's not married and that he lives alone with her.

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The Left Media Is Great at Leaving Crumbs Then Moving On

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last week

The Left Media Is Great at Leaving Crumbs Then Moving On

"A week ago earlier in this week I should say I told you don't get off the highway ramp with this Biden classified document story because the left is really really good at planting breadcrumbs for you to chase that lead absolutely nowhere And when they lead to the nowhere they'll do the move on dot org thing I've discussed this tactic before but I don't want to wear out my P one listeners But it's important to relitigate this for a moment The left is really good at this I'll give you a perfect example of two of them Number one the Clinton Lewinsky in the Oval Office You know what Well you can figure it out if you're above the age of 18 These days with TikTok probably if you're above the age of three the place is disgusting over there So Bill Clinton's doing his thing with Lewinsky Monica Lewinsky in the Oval Office or as I've heard are called walensky multiple It's Lewinsky And the Democrats know they got a real problem because Clinton's already lied about it and Clinton apparently under oath had said some things weren't accurate either which opened him up to a perjury charge The Democrats realized we Clinton had a big scandal on their hands So what the Democrats do is they draw these things out over time Allowing almost an intentional drifter of trip that they control not the media It's a drip drip drip strategy can be really bad when someone else is controlling it because you don't know what's coming But when you know what's happening and you control the flow of information What they do is they draw the scandal out over time obfuscation ignoring subpoenas saying it's a right wing conspiracy theory And then by the time that they knew my hits and this thing comes to its end right And the sort of damocles drops on your head or whatever it may be Nobody cares anymore That's what happened with the Clinton thing That's what happened with the Clinton thing They try

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Would a Genesis Bankruptcy Actually Be Good for Crypto?

The Breakdown

01:58 min | Last week

Would a Genesis Bankruptcy Actually Be Good for Crypto?

"All right, Friends, we are back with another discussion of 2022 cleanup, although today's news I would argue could be a heck of a lot more bullish than it might seem at first. So of course, one of the biggest outstanding questions after the fall of FTX has been how far the fallout and contagion might go. And fallout there has been. For example, there has been a significant chilling of the relationship between the crypto industry and the Washington D.C. establishment. However, frankly, the main short term thing that people have been worried about is whether the collapse of FTX would cause other crypto institutional failures. In that context, the biggest spotlight has been on genesis and its parent company digital currency group or DCG. I say this every time, but DCG is also the parent group of coin desk. Now, genesis was hit hard in the three arrows capital collapse. They lost about 2.4 billion in loans out to the hedge fund, and ultimately ended up their biggest creditor with a $1.2 billion claim after liquidating collateral. That claim was eventually moved over to the books of DCG, a move which would later complicate DCG other liquidity issues. When FTX went under, genesis announced that they had something like 175 million trapped there, but it seemed there were bigger issues than that. That same week, genesis lending halted withdrawals, which was problematic both for their main customer base, as well as for the users of Gemini urn, which was crypto exchange Gemini's yield feature. Gemini users have about $900 million or so stuck on genesis as we record. And since then, the tension around the situation has done nothing but grow. Over the past few weeks, there has been an ever escalating war of words. Cameron winklevoss the co CEO of Gemini has published two separate open letters around the case. The first being directed to DCG CEO Barry silbert, accusing him of bad faith stall tactics, and asking him to meet with them to find a resolution, and the second being to the DCG board. Basically demanding that silbert be removed from the CEO role.

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Why Aren't the Police Willing to Stand up and Do What's Right?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | Last week

Why Aren't the Police Willing to Stand up and Do What's Right?

"Talk about young people because what you're all basically saying is main character syndrome, which I think we're seeing a lot of in millennials and some Gen Z where people think nothing outside of me matters. I also think to a certain degree we're seeing this in every generation and the way I see it manifest is when police officers go to, say, say there's an all I just drag event in Texas where they're explicitly engaging in things inappropriate for kids. And I'm talking about what we just saw in San Antonio with simulated sodomy and things like that. There should be no question that the police would go in there and say, hey, you can't do this, but they're not willing to do it. And I think because even for these police officers, many were probably in their 30s or a little older, are like, I'm not getting involved. They're going to get mad at me. I'm going to get yelled at. So it's not just main character syndrome. It's also, I'm not going to risk myself for whatever this is. And if we don't have a cohesive culture where people are willing to stand up for each other, then it just falls apart or maybe it already did. I think this is an unconventional warfare. This is what they do in unconventional warfare. They make these provocations, drag queens are a provocation. It's been an escalating provocation first. They're just dressing up and kind of somewhat careful dress with their clown makeup groomer clowns or whatever reading stories. Next thing you know, Tim and I were talking about this yesterday. Next thing you know, they're dancing. They're grinding. They're sexual dancing. They're twerking. The next thing you know, they're doing simulated sex acts in front of children. And they're at the every step of the way. This is what Tim was saying to me yesterday. So this is Tim's credit, gets the credit for this. Is every step of the way. They're saying, no, no, no, no, it's just this. No, no, no, it's just this escalate escalate escalate. This is an unconventional warfare tactic to provoke the goal. You guys remember George Floyd. The goal is to have drag Floyd. And I'm serious. This is deadly serious. Dave chapelle speaks about this all the time, especially when it comes to dressing actors and drag. But it even goes bigger because balenciaga was not an accident. What was happening there was a deliberate escalation of the culture war of them bragging how far they could take it.

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"tactic" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

04:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"tactic" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"By providing them this information and not only that, but making it usable, attainable, understandable for the parent or whoever's reading it, and then making it easy for them to communicate that stuff and those lessons to young minds. That is really, I think, where the rubber meets the road, where we can set ourselves apart because there's a lot of information out there, of course, but we're trying to make it as easy as possible for people to just understand on a conversational level. So that, if they, or their children, ever find themselves into place of Morgan Zucker's, where she is face to face with her communist roommate with a poster of Mao Zedong, Lenin, Stalin, Karl Marx Fidel Castro, and these mass murders and dictators have fruity umbrella, drinks in their hand and party hats on and it says, welcome to the party on the poster. If they ever find themselves face to face with a communist, these people will be able to clearly communicate in a simple and understandable way about our values and why those values that they hold are going to destroy the country in a polite way, of course. All right, so that's what we do. Now, when I was going around from school to school and doing all these things, I basically had the same speech that I would give and kind of adjust for the location and just for the audience and I would add things or take them out or whatever I thought fit the crowd. And what I always liked to include was the discussion of the classic steps, the tactics of leftists as they come to power as they start to implement their policies as they seize control. And as they work because the end goal of all of this is communism as they work to get to that utopian communist state that they dream of and what the heck starts to happen as they actually try to implement these policies. So I think it's important for us to understand here, listen, I'm the first one to admit this. I named my organization young Americans against socialism. And I've been very upfront about this. I hate the Dern name, okay? It was just a sassy thing at first. You're making a Facebook page and for all the older people on Facebook, like young Americans against socialism, dang, that sounds like a good group that we want to support.

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DCG Responds As Gemini Accuses Company of Fraud

The Breakdown

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

DCG Responds As Gemini Accuses Company of Fraud

"Let's get into the meat of today. And that is, of course, the DCG drama continuing. I mentioned on yesterday's show as I was finishing up recording that Cameron winklevoss had just dropped another open letter. His second in two weeks. That letter ended up eliciting the longest response we've seen for months from DCG and its CEO Barry silbert. At this point, I don't think many of you need too much background, but the ultra TLDR of the situation is that genesis is a subsidiary of the digital currency group DCG, who also own coin desk, by the way. And genesis has both a lending business and a trading business. The lending business in particular had a rough 2022. They were the biggest creditor of three arrows capital after it collapsed, which led to DCG taking over that claim and the genesis CEO resigning. Genesis also had a $175 million or so stuck on FTX, and in the wake of the FTX collapse, genesis lending halted withdrawals. Among other things, that has trapped around $900 million that was part of Gemini's earn program, which is their consumer yield program. As time has gone on, Gemini's customers have been getting angrier and angrier and so too the public pressure from Gemini on genesis and DCG is also ratcheted up. Last week, that took the form of an open letter asking for Barry silbert and DCG to come to the table by January 8th, which was Sunday. That's the letter in which Cameron winklevoss accused silbert of bad faith stall tactics his words. In the wake of that, there was a bit of back and forth on Twitter, but nothing really more than that. Then of course, on Friday, Bloomberg reported that DCG and genesis were being investigated by the Department of Justice, which took the situation up a couple more notches. Well, yesterday on Tuesday, Cameron winklevoss dropped a second open letter and this one was even more accusatory than the first. This one was directed not to bury silbert, but to the entire digital currency group board. The big theme of that letter was that this was no longer just a public disagreement between business partners, but an accusation of fraud. The letter kicks off, I am writing to let you know that Gemini and more than 340,000 earn users have been defrauded by genesis global capital. Together with its parent company digital currency group, its founder and CEO Barry silbert, and other key personnel.

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Rep. Chip Roy: Understanding the Rules Package Being Voted On

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Chip Roy: Understanding the Rules Package Being Voted On

"Congressman and I think you're tactics were efficient You guys knew when to take the win You got what you got you got it and you moved on The other side I get it's time to move on and everything but I'm not sure they really understood that I mean we had people on our side of the aisle throwing these nasty terms at terrorists enemies I mean that's absurd You're not convincing anyone But explain to us the process now with the rules package So you've had a couple of your colleagues on the Republican side not necessarily the most conservative due to weekend show route Already threatening to sabotage the rules package you in the 20 negotiated hard for Are they going to whip four or 5 more together to say no I doubt it but it seems kind of weird that they were the ones saying oh my gosh the minorities against the majority here and now they're doing the same thing Do you think the rules package is going to pass How do you see it Well just meeting with the whip team my understanding is that we're probably going to get there But look we thought we were going to get there on the first vote on Friday night for the speaker and we had to have another vote You never know for sure until the vote plays out But we do believe that right now there's only one public opposition that's Tony Gonzalez my colleague from Texas You'll have to ask him why But the bottom line is right now we have no other single person that's publicly out there And understand this for everybody listening The rules package being voted on tonight has been out there for a couple of weeks because it was the thing that we've been working to negotiate towards since we put out our demands on December 8th where we laid out all of the things that we thought were important The one change was of course moving the motion to vacate to single person motion to vacate The rest of the rules package is the same All of the other pieces to this that we've been talking about as part of our overall agreement to support the speaker was a commitment to actually carry out some of the things we outlined in our memo that we believe actually puts an exclamation point on the commitment

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Is the Kevin McCarthy Speaker Deal Good Enough for Conservatives?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Is the Kevin McCarthy Speaker Deal Good Enough for Conservatives?

"Charlie, if this so called deal that brought over maga conservatives in Congress to vote for Kevin McCarthy is good, then show us the agreement. We want to judge it for ourselves to determine whether or not we've been sold out against all that once again for a worthless piece of paper written by cowards. I agree, we should see it. That is a fair take. And I have no disagreement there. Someone says Charlie, why are you calling out the 7 holdouts? What a dirty lowdown tactic by you? I didn't call them out. It's a fact. I mean, these are 7 people. I actually called them patriots before. I don't know, I don't know really where that comes from. I don't know why you gotta be so nasty. You call out 7 congressmen who want to bring the House of Representatives back to operating as the constitution mandates, shame on you, probably won't read this because it's not from your Friends sent from my iPhone. Rudy. Well, you're wrong. I read it on air. Just be honest, you could be nasty. Just be honest. Okay, let's get to this one here. Charlie, I think you're right. I'm somebody who is more libertarian than conservative, I'm saying you're right. The problem with many people who are bashing you are acting on a motion and not with logic and reason. There is no other way to get to two 18, but McCarthy. I love what congressman rosendale said on the floor yesterday. I only wish we could get these concessions on a legal document, but you're correct in your analysis. Getting a two 18 is the question. Someone says Charlie, it's very obvious. We need to have Jim Jordan as Speaker of the House. The problem with that I would love Jim Jordan to speak of the house is how do you get him to two 18 when McCarthy has a 120 to a 160 loyal, more moderate Republicans that he has done favors for and that he has grown to be close friends with. So that is a question. You have to be able to get to 18. So show the path to get to 18 and the most conservative person or the most conservative concessions that help us get the two 18 that should be considered a victory. Whatever that is,

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The 20 GOP Holdouts Are Dwindling

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

The 20 GOP Holdouts Are Dwindling

"There are some rather interesting news happening on the House floor, Mary Miller, Scott Perry, the head of the house freedom caucus, Ralph Norman, Anna paulina Luna, Byron donalds, Andrew Clyde, Michael cloud, Josh brechen and Dan bishop, have switched their votes to Kevin McCarthy in this latest round. As I predicted, which came under pretty intense ridicule from some of you that emailed me, this has been a tactic of negotiation. So I think there's anywhere between 6 to 9 holdouts right now. Is that right? I don't know the final number. Somebody said there was much as 13 holdouts. We don't know. And by holdouts, I mean people that are not going to vote for Kevin McCarthy. But as I predicted earlier in the program, because we have been talking to these patriots that are doing this for quite some time, that their strategy, many of them, some of the strategy is no Kevin no Kevin no Kevin no Kevin, which I understand that many of you are sympathetic with. Other people say, don't like Kevin, not my first choice, but also Kevin has a 150 to a 175 votes. Baked in, so therefore, let's try to get the most conservative Congress possible.

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Charlie Dives Into Day 4 of the Speaker of the House Race

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Dives Into Day 4 of the Speaker of the House Race

"It does not look like there will be a speaker deal today. Now we're watching the House of Representatives drama that could change. There are deals that are being cut, but I want to take a step back. Someone says here, Charlie stopped with the scare tactics, Kevin needs to go. I understand that. I understand that. That is the perspective of the audience. Someone says Charlie, there is no deal. Aren't there any rhinos who will work with the communists and there aren't any rhinos who will work with the communists. They're loyal to the leftist Jeffries. Yeah, that's not true. But that's okay. Maybe you guys know something that I don't know after working the phones for three hours with many of the freedom caucus people. But let me kind of take a step back here. Actually, yeah, let's play this. Play cut 53. This is Don bacon. Who says that we need to consider working with Democrats to get this deal done? Play cut 53. Our committees are now shut down and it's on these 20 people. They're embarrassing the house. They're embarrassing the Republicans. They're embarrassing our country. So I think over time with focus, we'll get some of these over. But we also have to be willing to consider working with the Democrats at some point to get workouts of concessions to get some support there. Look, I think Don bacon is totally wrong here. He shouldn't be doing that. But that is, that's where this is headed. Someone says Charlie, they're bluffing. It's a lie. Okay, well, let's take a step back. Look, the emails that I'm getting from all of you is no McCarthy under any circumstances. That is the perspective of the American grassroots and the base. And I understand that. I sympathize with that sentiment. I think a lot of this is because of the 1.7 trillion dollar omnibus that was passed in December. I do not think that it has been properly explained or built out how large of a betrayal that is. Now look, the omnibus was negotiated in the Senate, and it was passed by the outgoing Democrat house. Republicans voted against it. And then a month later, Mitch McConnell turned around and started working with Democrats to set up a government spending bill for the next 9 months. The primary power that Republicans had was completely robbed of them.

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Chaos, Ethics, and the End of an Era

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

Chaos, Ethics, and the End of an Era

"This concerns me is, is if they can not come together this week and this drags out or if it drug out even more than the day or two, is the hurt feelings, the hurt discussions, the hurt, plans that have come in what we now see is a majority that, frankly, is not a majority. I told you this has come along and been a problem in our party in our conference for a long time. And in doing so, I think this is now maybe this is the battle that needed to happen. Do I think Kevin McCarthy is going to get caught up in this and has gotten caught up in it in a bigger than Kevin moment, yes, I do. Now, has Kevin probably not done everything he could to at least have seen this coming? Probably not, because he was expecting a much bigger majority. And I think about this, if we had to gain the 30, 35, 40 seats that we thought, then we would have had a majority of 25, 30 seats, and this doesn't matter. They could have voted 30 of them could have voted no on the floor, and you still become speaker. But when it's only a four vote majority, that's when your problem is. So let's fast forward. What this is revealed is, again, tactics and strategy. Strategies, the overall plan taxes are how you get there. And the problem with so many times as opposed to the Democrats who see a strategy and they say it doesn't matter what tactic we use just get to the strategy, Republicans are more hung up on the idea of let's use this procedural vote. Let's use this procedural means or less do it this way and then try to force everybody to our position and whether we get into the strategy or not is really irrelevant.

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Rep. Scott Perry: Something Has to Change

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Rep. Scott Perry: Something Has to Change

"Well, congressman, I can tell you we are one of the few national radio shows that we're standing in lockstep with the house freedom caucus and it really troubles me not just that there is opposition to what you guys are doing, but there are threats. And I want to get your initial reaction to something congressman Dan Crenshaw said on Fox News radio when he called you and your colleagues a bunch of terrorists and not just him, but also there was a congressman congressman Rogers from Alabama who also called you guys terrorist. Look, these comments are the desperate tactics of people that can't win the argument and quite honestly have a terrible record. Yes, as you know, Todd, there are members past and present that have a vested interest in the status quo here. There's a lot of money being made here and changed hands. It's taken from the American people and distributed around town here. That's the status quo, and they want to continue to further that and protect that status quo. Somebody's got to fight for the American people, Todd. And while I will never say things like that about my colleagues, especially members that have worn the uniform as I have, I'm not desperate. I do rely on the merits of my argument and if my colleagues want to go out and support and talk about the great things that have happened in Congress over the last ten years, whether it's $1.7 trillion omnibus Christmas trees spending bills that are dropped at 2 o'clock in the morning right before Christmas. They can go talk about those things. I suspect that most Americans will not agree with their perspective. Something has to change here, Todd. You can't keep doing the same things under the same conditions with the same people and expect a different outcome. Mister McCarthy has been in leadership for 14 years now.

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Republicans Voting Against Kevin McCarthy Is a Good Thing

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Republicans Voting Against Kevin McCarthy Is a Good Thing

"The country is not going to wither and die if Kevin McCarthy is an elected speaker by 2 o'clock this afternoon. We'll be okay. Knock it off with the terrorist crap. Dan Crenshaw calls them terrorists? And I heard my friend and colleague Hugh Hewitt play the actual clip of Dan Crenshaw calling him a terror calling them terrorists and then say, well, he wasn't really calling him terrorists. He said they're using terrorist tactics. Well, that's a distinction without a difference. It seems to me. But this is what's happening. Friends like Hewitt and Gallagher are disagreeing. Friends like Hannity and boebert are disagreeing. Newt Gingrich? I mean, it's an absolute fiasco. And I get it. I understand why people are frustrated. I understand that we want to get going here, but I also have spent my life thriving on debate. And absolute open forum transparent, healthy dialog is a good thing. This is a good thing. And I'm not afraid to say it.

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Zeke Emanuel: Bring Back the Masks

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Zeke Emanuel: Bring Back the Masks

"Zeke Emanuel remember Zeke Yeah he's a real anyway on MSNBC yesterday about China and the travel ban yet China's about to spread this pandemic a second time I know what communist China is doing everybody does Cut 17 go What measures do you think we should be taking against China And that is a fool that should have been retired a long time ago Andrea Mitchell Absolute clown Start from the top please go What measures do you think we should be taking against China Travel ban a negative test result What is it Is an effective way A travel ban isn't going to end the negative test results are just going to their delaying tactics They're trying to get us information They're not going to help Individually for your viewers Andrea the best thing they can do at the moment And I know a lot of them are resistant is masks N95 really high quality How many more times do we need scientists real scientists Real experts Surveys even now out of the government Let's say masks don't do anything How many more times ladies and gentlemen

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Paul Kengor With Sebastian Gorka One-On-One

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | Last month

Paul Kengor With Sebastian Gorka One-On-One

"He has written a hell library of books. Hot off the presses is the devil and Bella Dodd co authored with Mary and Nichols, one woman's struggle against communism and her redemption. It's quite ironic that this book is freshly published as a good friend of the show, Paul was defrocked from the Catholic Church, a father Frank pavone for crimes that have not actually been annunciated by the Vatican, a strong conservative, very strong pro life advocate. This book has some shocking things to say about the infiltration of the religious establishment in the United States, does it not? Yeah, sure does and really to segue from what you said before about the name calling, the things that they engage in. Bella Dodd was like a female Whitaker chambers. And when she left the party in June 1948, she gets a call at her home from an AP reporter who says doctor Dodd, we have a statement here from the Communist Party. It says that you are anti Negro, anti Puerto Rican, anti semitic, pro fascist, pro Nazi. Do you have a statement to make ma'am, right? And it's exactly what they said they've been doing this for a hundred years. I mean, that's page one of the playbook. As soon as they want to go after you, they just go, oh, page one, what does this say? Oh, I see racist. Right? It's the linsky tactics of isolate triangulate and then destroy. That's the alinsky I left wing tactics, whether it's Bella dot in the 50s, whether it's Whittaker chambers in the 60s it doesn't matter. So

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Can There Be a House Without a Speaker? Steve Cortes Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | Last month

Can There Be a House Without a Speaker? Steve Cortes Explains

"Steve, can you walk us through what we are headed towards on one three? So Matt Gaetz was at am fest. I think very highly of Matt Gaetz, but he says we might not have a speaker to the cherry blossoms bloom. Right. There are some hard nos. There's some maybes. Let's pretend that Matt Gaetz gets his way. And he blocks Kevin McCarthy, which I know a lot of people in this audience support. What does that mean to have a house without a speaker? It means essentially there is no house. That's the unfortunate reality. And there's an I think the world Matt Gaetz as well. And as a matter of fact, when I was on Capitol Hill last week after I saw Kevin McCarthy, my very next stop was the office of Matt Gaetz and obviously, you know, I don't agree on this, but it's very rare that I disagree with him and I think the world of him. He's done enormous good for his district in this country. We just disagree. This is a family. So he was treated so terribly by the media and the DoJ. But sorry, continue. Yeah. Totally. No, but listen, and I view this as a family squabble. I mean, we are still family. We still share the same agenda. It's a matter of disagreeing on the tactics on how to get there. And he makes very valid, reasonable points, okay? We both just have a different opinion on this and we'll see eventually who's right. Here's my biggest problem, though, with the Gates agenda. If we were to not have a speaker. And I think he thinks it's okay for us to go to the cherry blossom, still springtime in Washington, D.C. without a speaker. Literally nothing happens. When I say there's no house, I'm not exaggerating. You can not swear in the members. There are no committee assignments. There is no committee work. It is as if there is no House of Representatives, which means the status quo would persist until a speaker is chosen. Those are simply the House rules. I wish the rules weren't that way. But that is simply the reality. So a speaker needs to be chosen and again, I think it needs to be chosen relatively quickly. My hope, of course, would be first ballot that very well probably will not happen on the first ballot, but I do think that the caucus is going to call us sooner than people think. I

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J6 Committee Abandons Efforts to Subpoena Phone Records

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

J6 Committee Abandons Efforts to Subpoena Phone Records

"Out by accident online. Let's put the headline up from the fake news outlet that is CNN. January 6th, committee winds down and is abandoning its efforts to subpoena phone records before the week before Christmas a year ago. I arrived home with a little FedEx envelope from Verizon saying Nancy wants your phone records and your why phone records and your children's phone records and we're going to give them. I filed an injunction 12 months later, they've dropped it. Nancy's given up. What's going on guys? They are worried about the same tactics being used against them. They know that this is the beginning of the anti ship anti Pelosi tactics. And I hope the Republicans have the cojones to do what the Democrats because I go back to the independent council law. And everybody loved it when it was being used against the Republicans. And then Bill Clinton took office and it was used against the Democrats. And you know what? It was just a miracle up there on the hill. They decided not to renew it when it had run its course. Let me ask you, can you imagine the GOP after January putting in a subpoena for John Brennan's phone records? Or someone else, a former cabinet official from the Trump administration? I think they should. But can you imagine it? I want to imagine it. I hope it will happen. And if they don't do it, they're going to disappoint a lot of people and they're going to show they don't have the strength of character necessary to do the job. This isn't about taking depositions and bringing people up. That's a part of the process. But before you do that, you need records to cross examine people about. Phone records, emails. They need to do exactly what they did to the Republicans. Just like the independent counsel law. They have to hurt the Democrats as much as the Democrats were willing to hurt Republicans. And until they feel it, it's never going to stop. All right,

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5 Leftist Georgia Protesters Charged With Domestic Terrorism

The Officer Tatum Show

01:35 min | Last month

5 Leftist Georgia Protesters Charged With Domestic Terrorism

"It's amazing how these things don't blow up, right? The Georgia bureau of investigations said in a press release that 5 individuals were arrested at a protest on Tuesday and Atlanta at the future training center site after protesters threw rocks at police cars and attacked EMT workers with rocks and bottles at a through rocks and bottles at a fire station near the site. The task force members and I and I quote task force members use various tactics to arrest individuals who were occupying makeshift treehouses. This according to the police, they found explosive devices, gasoline, and road flares. There was a person by the name of Francis Carroll 22 year old from Maine that was charged with criminal trespass, domestic terrorism aggravated assault felony obstruction, interference with government property and possession of tools for the commission of a crime, and there's a pattern here. I want to see if you guys catch it. Nicholas Olsen, a 25 year old from Nebraska, was charged with domestic terrorism, aggravated assault interference with government property and obstruction. Serena hotel, a 25 year old from California, was charged with criminal trespassing, domestic terrorism aggravated assault, obstruction and inciting a riot. And then you got Leonardo via cell 20 from Macon, Georgia was charged with criminal trespass, domestic terrorism and possession for tools for tool for tools or the crime. And lastly, you have arien Robinson, a 22 year old from Wisconsin, was charged with criminal trespass obstruction and domestic terrorism.

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"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"Can essentially sell gear cheaper than anywhere else because you get points back in buying gear. So when you buy something, you get points and then those points translate to more gear. So it's a really cool hunting solution, I think it's like an all in one kind of from hunt planning through gearing up through prep and then in the field. And that's one of the reasons that I really enjoy working with them. So if you guys want, you can use code live wild or code or Emmy. With that. And so next week, we're going to be just looking at more hunting scenarios. And what I want to do is I broke down ten scenarios that you're most likely going to encounter. And generally, these are scenarios that aren't good. What happens if the Elk are silent? They're bugling all night, but they aren't active during the day. And so what I did is I broke down, we're going to break down those scenarios and then how to proceed. So I'm just going to outline those ten big scenarios that a lot of people struggle with when chasing Elk, and then what to do in that scenario. Also next Thursday, it's going to be September 1st. We're going to do a live call in show. Those are some of my favorites. So stay posted. You make sure to check on Instagram, social media. And then that way you can see how to call in. The way it works is a certain amount of people can call in while you're on the call. You can actually listen to everybody's questions and stuff, and then I jump on a call. And then one lucky caller is going to have a pretty solid prize next week. I'm excited about that. So thank you guys so much. If you've been enjoying this, you know, feel free to share on social media. I'd love to reshare some of that. And also, one thing that I'm really excited about as we start to go into the season, share with me your success stories tag me in your stuff. If you do a story or a post tag me in it, above to see it, and I'd love to share some of that as well. So until next week, glass up some bulls, boys. And girls. It goes later.

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"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

04:56 min | 5 months ago

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"So as I'm moving, maybe I snap a twig, maybe I break a branch, I'll ew, ew. Oh. And then just keep walking. Here. Here, here. Cow calling. Now, there's a few here's a couple of thoughts on that, right? One is if your cow calling, you're giving away your position. So you're allowing the bold and know where you're at. But another thing is you're just kind of putting a bullet. He's like, oh, it's just a cow. I've had bulls respond to that. I've also had bulls get up out of their bed when I'm doing that. And I'm able to spot them, then get down and make a play. Because when they're bed, sometimes it's difficult to see them. So as I still hunt, I order bush stock, I walk through, and I'm using my binoculars constantly and just scrolling that focus, looking close and far, just trying to pick up a piece of an Elk, and even a piece of a note that's bedded. Then throwing out those calls, hopefully it puts a bowl to ease if you hear something, and oftentimes it might make them stand up for it, they're a little bit easier to see. Or even just call a bullet to your location. Just because they're kind of done with the doesn't mean that if a few lonely cows are walking through, you won't want to check it out. Actually a few years back, I was doing the same exact tactic. Kind of cruising up past this little wall of the spot. You doing that thing into here comes big 6 point bull up out of his bed, walking in silent, and I just got down and he just walked right into 20 yards. So it's definitely a really good tactic to do in that thicker country where you might not be finding bulls that you can put to bed for the stock. I hope you guys have been liking this Elk series. I think that it's going to really help people get prepared and at least just start thinking about different tactics because one thing when you're out there L kind of you really just have to kind of gauge the temperament of what's going on when you're there. So it's not always so cut and dry as, oh, this week is peak Elk week, Elk rat, right? Or sometimes you might find being one part of the unit and the bulls are going crazy and going to another and it's like the bowls have pulled away. So you want to be flexible, you want to have some different plans for the different stages of the Elk that you're going to encounter. And one way that I do that a lot is just having that hunt plan before. I use my go on maps. I've got a lot of pins and different plans. And even when I'm planning a hunt, it's like, okay, I'm going to say, okay, if the Elk are really vocal, then here's some areas that I can focus on. If they aren't super vocal, here's my backup plan. Here's my good glassing strategy. Here's my glassing points before I even enter the field. And then even when I'm in the field, there's so many times where I've had to make those adjustments and say, okay, man, I am not finding what I'm looking for. I got to go for a glass advantage. Or man, I'm glassing, but kind of like, I've got to do the opposite. I'm not finding Elk where I'm at. So I've got to make a move. So that's just something to think about. When you're thinking about Elk hunting now, it's August, right?

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"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

03:08 min | 5 months ago

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"Then those thermals start to really stabilize around that. It depends on how hot it is if it's hot early in the morning, like ten, but if it's not as hot, like midday, 11 to one seems to be that good stabilization time, where the thermals are kicking up. So you're going to get more consistent wind plus it's just ripping your scent into the air. And hopefully the shadows are going to kind of be a little bit more consistent before that sun kind of passes that threshold where it starts to really change the shadow. So that's just something that I think about before I stalk in. And then as you stalk in, standard stocking technique, being quiet moving in. You got to get your sneak on. So step 6 would be just making that play, making that move. So plan out your stock well from my vantage where I've spotted the Elk. I like to always take a picture or drop a pin where I try to do both. I'll drop a pin where the animal is, and then also kind of take a picture from my glassing vantage. So I know, okay, here's how I'm going to go in. Then I'll use my rangefinder range where the bowl is, where I'm planning on stalking too, 'cause that's the key is having a place to stock to know. Okay, this is within range. Am I going to be able to use things to block as I and other things? And then I just crawl in and make that move. Now, I would say the final option is if you, if you're in an area where it's very difficult, you're like, I am not finding Elk bed or there's just too much cover, right? Like a bowl goes in and he's like, well, he's in the timber. What do I do? I can't figure out where he's bedded. Then still hunting the timber is a really good tactic this time of year.

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

04:49 min | 5 months ago

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"We're just going to really focus on our glass advantages. And then those pockets of isolation that are also near the herds, but off the groups, if that makes sense. So what we're going to do is we're going to get to glassing and let's say we're glassing and we locate a herd of Elk and you go, okay, there's a group because it's a lot easier to spot multiple cows. And we're going to say, okay, out of this herd, right? Where is kind of a pocket that maybe people aren't looking? Maybe it's a little bit more difficult to get to. But still within range of where the Elk were hanging out because I found that a lot of times those big bulls don't pull away. It's not like they're hiking miles like migrating to back up to their summer range, which sometimes they might do. But for the most part, they're just kind of pulling off from the herd and picking like a really good isolated pocket. So I actually will, once I find Elk, also pull out my maps. Again, and just say like, okay, here's a pocket that's kind of difficult to get into. People probably aren't going to bump them. That heard maybe if there's other hunters around drawing attention. But here's a kind of a close by area that I can kind of look in here for those bulls that have pulled away from the group. And then I think I kind of outlined step four that we talked about, okay, now let's look at those isolated food sources as well. When I'm sitting there glassing, looking for those Elk that might be hitting those feed patterns. And so those isolated food sources are just those places that it's super easy for a bull to feed and then kind of disappear. And what that means is he's got enough grays around, which is going to be grass this time Elk are primarily grazers, so they really do like that grass. So those high protein grasses. And sometimes they will go up higher on the mountain where they can get some more of that fescue and other really high, I guess I'd call it high protein high nutrient grasses, but also duck out. There's a little bit more water there, and then there's also, there's kind of always going to be covered around a lot of that. I've actually seen bools in that more open sage country. Just go bed out in just that tall sage. So don't overlook some of that. I guess I would call it like random open bedding areas. Just those pockets where it's like, hey, they can get comfortable. And be close to that food and feed source and just be out of the way. There's many times where those places that seem to be the most overlooked or where those bulls disappear to you. Some of the biggest bulls I've seen late season are bedded out like what you'd consider nearly in the open. It's like here's a feed spot. Oh, this part of the hill shaded. And you're looking picking apart the timber and here they are just bedded out and stuff that's almost as tall as they are. So definitely don't overlook that. Now, step 5 is just going to be once you've found an Elk, right? If you're looking at those feed sources, the feed patterns generally is the moorings in the evening. So I think that late season post rut Elk when I'm trying to get a bull by himself, the action or the stalking portion is going to happen in the middle of the day. But the finding is in the morning. The mornings are going to be your best bet for success because what you're doing is you're trying to find a bowl, figure out where he goes and then put that bowl to bed. If you can bet a bull, generally you can kill a bull.

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

03:03 min | 5 months ago

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"Even just like from a lot of times this time of year, I might even hunt the mountain from the base where I can get away from the mountain and set up some high power objects maybe spotting scope, high powered binoculars, and really pick it apart. A lot of the areas that I hunt in Nevada where it's a little more open country. Am I set myself 5 miles away from the mountain this time of year and really just like sit there literally just sit in a chair or wherever, you know, just get comfortable with my optics and just pick apart the mountain. Really dive in with the optics and just cover a lot of country because there's a lot of countries not going to have the yolks, so the more you can see, the more likely you are to turn up a bowl. Now step two is going to be just gauging that activity. What stage of this post writer they at? Are they completely turned off? If so, then we're going to know, okay, we might catch those bulls more in that. Those big bowls, especially in that feed pattern. Or are they in and out of the herd like that story? So there's two versions of that poster out where the bulls are kind of like they're sticking close to those groups. They're going in when the activity ramps up. They're like, okay, I'm going to take a few wins here. But then I'm going to slip back away. And I actually really like when I hit that. So it's kind of like not peak rut, but it's just starting to tail into that post rut and not like too far after the poster up where the bull is completely pulled away. And the reason that I like that is it makes it easier to find the Elk because it's a big group.

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"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

05:39 min | 5 months ago

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"You're still finding Elk that are being active and maybe a little more receptive to calls or just having those Elk where you can sneak in. Now, let's look at it a little bit of the advantages and disadvantages of this time. So the advantage is when a bull pulls off a loan, one is a little more off guard and two, it's a lot easier to put a stock on him. Now there's another advantage that you can catch a little bit later in the season or sometimes just as that Rhett starts to wind down. And I call it a feed pattern. So what will happen is the bulls that worked really hard. They need to recoup they haven't been eating right. They've been running. They've been going crazy. And so they're going to get into this habit where they're kind of moving less and feeding more. So they're out, they're feeding, they're trying to bulk back up. And then they're also in a smaller home range. So the bulls are going to be traveling a lot less. They're going to be maybe where that core heard was, but they aren't going to be going super far from bedding food and cover. They're going to have this little home range. And if other get into that zone, maybe they'll do a little bit of running activity, but they're just trying to re catch up and almost starting to think of preparing for the winter, depending on when the activity is, right? So one thing you got to think about, all these stages, it's not necessarily a timing issue, but more of depending on how that rut happened, where you're at. And it can be different when you're in, say, southern New Mexico, and then northern Montana. It would be different times, different weather patterns, different kind of seasons. So we're just trying to look at the behavior that's going on, right? So we're looking at, okay, is the rep winding down? What are the big bulls doing? And then are they starting to pull away? And are they to the point yet where they're entering those feed patterns? Now, some of the disadvantages of kind of late later in the rut is Elk, especially if you're looking for a bigger bull can be harder to find because they aren't with those big groups sometimes. Also, there's a lot less vocalization so you might hear fewer bugles. Maybe those big bulls aren't even going to bugle. And then you're just going to see fewer big bulls in the herd. It's not always the case, but generally as it really starts to wind down. That's what happens. So we're going to jump into the tactics here. And I just broke it down into the steps that I think about taking when it comes to chasing late season balls. Now, one thing that I think about when I think about hunting late season Elk. And for me, a lot of my personal Elk hunting has been either early or late because during the guiding, we did a lot of the guiding, you know, like think about focusing on those really peak rebels. That's the bread and butter of Elk guiding is like the peak. That's when you got the most guys in camp because that's when everyone wants to hunt. And when I started this series, I was talking about really diving into each week of the season or like each stage of the rut because over the years I found that we still guided from the beginning to the end and we have the same amount of success pretty much every week because we really honed in on the behaviors for that time and for that we can each week has its own pluses and minuses. And so if you focus on those advantages and disadvantages, you can kind of start to build a hunt plan that helps you find success.

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"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

06:05 min | 5 months ago

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"Just because calls doesn't mean that it can be called in, but it doesn't mean that it's un callable. I would never go as far as saying these Elk are on callable. So the way that I hunt is I like to call. So I try to find the Elk that want to play the game, right? That means that I have to pass up on Elk that don't want to play the game to find the Elk that do want to play the game. The same goes for somebody that's doing any other kind of hunting, right? You got to find the animals that are exhibiting the behavior that you can exploit. So when I'm hunting Elk, I like to call. And I look for those Elk that are callable that are wanting to play the game that are active that are bugling that are going to work up and that I can work up into a frenzy that I can kind of exploit that behavior of being able to draw them to my location. And these are just some of the things to think about as you go into that peak season. I hope you guys have been enjoying Elk month. I know I've been really enjoying talking about chasing reading Elk. And I'm excited to get into the Elk mountains here pretty soon. So next week we're going to now transition from that peak to that kind of poster at time. And we're going to look over some of those spots and stock tactics, as well as why this can be a really great time to focus in and kill a herd bull. Probably one of the best times actually to kill a herd bull. So I think there's so much one of the things that I like to focus on is there's so much to know about Elle cunning. And really just kind of matching your tactic with what's going on when it's going on.

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"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

04:45 min | 5 months ago

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"Into your setup. During this time of year, when the Elk are focused on those hot cows. Now, maybe you say, look, I'm not into calling or maybe just calling isn't working right now. Maybe the Elk are doing most of their crazy writing activity at night, which definitely happens, especially this year, a lot of the peak rut is going to be during the full moon. And if there's enough light for them to do a lot of it at night, it's cooler during the night, and they can still see they can still watch out for danger. So they're going to do that a lot of their activity at night. So during the middle of the day, it might seem pretty slow. One really effective tactic this time of year is sitting and hunting wallows. Wallows can be really productive during the peak rut because they're used more frequently. A wallow is more of I've talked about it in the past, but while it was actually like a perfume station for a bull Elk, he goes in there, he pisses all over, he rolls around, he gets that mud on him and it holds the scent, and it is a show of dominance in a display for the cows. So what they'll do is whether they're chasing around right then or not, you're going to notice there's going to be like, oh, there's bulls that are just all black on one side or they've just like they've been rolling in the mud. And when I find that a good way to kill the herd bull is to kind of just outsmart him, outweigh them and say, where's this bull going to wallow? There's many times where peak rut a watcher heard Elk and I'll see there's a bull in there and he's all mudded up. You're like, okay, well, where close by, do you think that wallow is? I'll try to locate multiple wallows in that area, and then depending on a watch the Elk and when they wallow can be kind of random.

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

04:35 min | 5 months ago

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"Spot in stock experience, so you'd find a bull Elk or whatever and heard and they'd have trouble sneaking in and it was always difficult to sneak in with more people. So I thought, well, it's a lot better tactic where I can control things if I'm just calling the Elk to us. So because of that, I got really good at calling Elk and that became my preferred tactic to hunting Elk. It's not the only way to hunt them. But I think that it's a fun way to talk about it. And it's an enjoyable way to be very successful. So first, we're going to talk about some of the calling strategies this time of year. And I think the first thing to talk about is, how do you call in a bowl? And I think the thing that I believe is where people go, okay, these Elk aren't called, or you can't call it out because they have seen so many people calling in the call sheet. And I think that that's a little bit misguided in the fact that you have to understand the scenario that you're calling at. I think the big news flash here is you can not call in every Elk, okay? It's just not. If you're just assuming that because I know it's calling, you can call that Elk in. Then you're completely misguided. And I think a lot of people have that misguided perception of saying like, oh, well, because that Elk's calling and he wouldn't come to my call if he's not callable. You got to think of it like this. Just like a very bold feeling of saying like, oh, every Elk that calls can be called in. No, it needs to be the right scenario to call a bull in. It's just like a mule deer hunter that is going to spot in stock and mule deer. Not every deer is stock able in that position where they're at, right?

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"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

04:33 min | 5 months ago

"tactic" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"By mountain tough and Yeti. I partnered with mountain tough because a lot of the tactics and hunt styles I talk about in this podcast require you to be in the best physical shape you can. Their app is designed for hunters to get you ready for the backcountry or any hunt you have planned this fall. Yet he's been a longtime supporter of mine and they make some of the toughest products out there that are built to last and they're built for the wild. Welcome

"tactic" Discussed on The Podcast Accelerator

The Podcast Accelerator

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"tactic" Discussed on The Podcast Accelerator

"Growing your podcast. Ease really hard and you know what the work never ever stops book. How do you as a busy. I'm very serious podcast. How do you overcome overwhelm and begin to move the needle for your growth. That's what i'm going to talk to you about today. Podcast overwhelm coping tactics and in particular something that you can implement right now that will help you to overcome those challenges and begin to see a little real growth.

"tactic" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"tactic" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"The field. I'm romy warren. This is cutting the distance. Welcome back to the podcast. Everyone this week we're going to focus on tactics for one of the first hunts to kickoff out west and in my opinion probably the funnest hunt around. Is the problem horn. Antelope now pronghorns. Hunting is really fun because you see a lot of animals and you get a lot. Opportunities is a great first western big game hunt. But it's just one of my favorite haunts to just go out and have a good time. I think pronghorns though can be very difficult because they're the fastest land mammal and they have such incredible eyesight but that open country. They live in. Makes getting close tricky. So i'm going to break down my top spot dot tactics by first understanding pronghorns behavior and then turning that into how to trick their defenses before we go there. I wanna share a story of one speed goat. That just didn't see me coming now when it comes to pronghorns hunting i think that if you trick there is you've pretty much. Got it in the bag. They use their eyes as a main defense and they can see for a very very very long ways. So fear's back. i just had. This idea is actually doing this. Show called apex predator. Maybe seen it. Maybe haven't but i'll just kinda give you the the synopsis of this particular episode because it ties in really well with pronghorns hunting so on the show kinda like saw the way that animals specialized in something. This one's particular episode was about the octopus waken camouflage itself and change its shape and then i translate that into like hunting tactic or the way that we could exploit that that skill set and so by doing that kind of came to the conclusion. Okay we're going to build a gilly suit and then i'm gonna stock in animal. The has the best eyesight the purpose of achilles suit. It's one to camouflage but also to break up your outline and then used in combination with stocking real slow moving real slow you kind of go under this level of perception. Where whatever's out there doesn't see you because you look like a bush you're blending in perfectly and you're aren't making big movements and moving slow and just melting into the surrounding habitat. So i decided to test this out and go to wyoming with this. So i had a friend mine. A army sniper that actually borrowed his gilly suit. And then you know brushed up with local herbage from wherever i was hunting so went to wyoming and started brushing up tying things into the suit just really making it look like the surrounding habitat in while out there kind of part of the hunt. I just really wanted to see how close i could get to some alip. So there is some pronghorns laying out in a cut. Alfalfa field like sweet so brushed out just like putting alfalfa tying on it getting really green looking than just crawling up to this dough in this fawn actually left my bow behind because i knew i wasn't gonna shoot one. I had a buck tag. But i just wanted to kind of give it. Give it a run. See if i could try to how close i could get in this open. Field on these antelope. I literally crawled within feet of these two antelope why i had hunted with a gilly suit before. I don't know actually haven't hundred with one since but we go out and we start hunting single on antelope. But i needed that right scenario where i wanted to test the suit. I didn't want to just go shoot an antelope like if his broken train or whatever. I wanted to use the suit to blend in to kind of test that aspect of it so finally got a good scenario where there is a pronghorns out on this bench that came up and started crawling in needed it to be stationary long enough to actually give it a good try so crawled in ended up getting within range. The buck started feeding. drew back anchored. Put my pain. Rainy do release the arrow boom perfect shot. Buck ran down in the bottom and quickly expired. And it really. I mean i thought it was pretty cool because have been so many times before where i chased antelope and been blown out or they see me within range or something like that getting that shot but it was really cool to be able to trick. There is kind of in plain sight kind of in the open and kind of hunt. Those antelope that previously seemed very very uncomfortable..

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"tactic" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"tactic" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"I remember you know by the first decision. Probably to buy something on green environmental cringe. Essentials was why was fifteen and brought my first bright red lipstick from a little company called beauty without cruelty which was a an rewrite championing. Cosmetics company forecast. You're being environmentally conscious stuck. But she struggled to line those values up with her career as a freelancer and marketing. That was until she set up her own marketing company. Good scenes and twenty ten. I was funny. It'd be hard to reconcile the industry which is all about people feeling bad about themselves. So they're trying to fix it by buying things fundamentally so often and how to reconcile with my concern for us as an amazing capable creative species humans and the wonderful plummet that we share with all other creatures so i was really struggling how to live at my career my values and as part of trying to reconcile at i joined the sustainable business network in two thousand and three and discovered there were a whole lot of other people in business who were creating amazing things that actually part of the solution not the problem but often they weren't very good at telling their stories or doing their marketing so relevant ditching my career i re purposed it and used it for good and yeah and and it became a thing where there was increasing demand so what is greenwashing greenwashing is the attempt to pass yourself off as better for the environment than you are and doing that through a whole range of different marketing or communications maine's so it's just trying to fake it rather than being real about it to varying degrees. What are the terms that companies commonly commonly use as a form of greenwash. There's a whole there's a whole bunch of them. Nontoxic biodegradable natural. It's better for the planet we can save the environment. This is the equivalent to twenty five billion trees. You know whatever those exaggerated claims might be and also terms that come up so things like plastic free is one that the commerce commission have really got specific on about being really careful five even said for plant based plastics. They should be talked about plant based plastics or black bioplastics rather than saying. They're not plastic because even some plant based plastics can be problematic. Terms like compostable needs to be handled really specifically not all things that compost compost home. Some of them need industrial. scale composting. so if you counsel isn't doing green waste collections. You know it might not i- degrade properly in a home. Comcast things like free of or free from claims you know you can claim to be free of stuff that is never in that kind of product and that could be that greenwashing but also there's interesting stuff which were protected against here in new zealand which his images and company names so an image that gives you the impression that something is new zealand made or is better for the environment but actually may not be is is problematic. I think the spirit of it and that's a really important thing for you. Know for us in our terror is if the overall general impression is misleading That it falls foul of the hair trading act. So what is the law around this. The law basically says that you cannot make environmental claims that gives the impression that what you're offering is more environmentally kind than it is and that's under the fear trading act yet. He is how it works. The commerce commission can only investigate a company if a complaint as late if they think these a problem they give a warning. if that doesn't work then they prosecute. Under the fear trading act companies can be fined up to six hundred thousand dollars and individuals up to two hundred thousand dollars for each breach last year. The commerce commission released specific guidelines for companies making environmental claims the have to be truthful and accurate. They have to be specific. Not vague so woolly terms like it's eco-friendly a really hard to to be specific about. So it's much tighter and say. This is more eco friendly than something else. For instance and also those claims have to relate to the whole i cycle of the product or service is not just about the moment it's made it's about the whole thing could be substantiated. You can't just say this stuff and then worry about it. If you're asked you have to have your facts and mike knows available if people want them and to not exaggerate. The shoe brands converse has pulled from its website. All reference to the environmental benefits of it's global public art campaign after being accused of greenwashing converse head claimed the paint used in its murals eliminated carbon dioxide formaldehyde guesses and improved air quality. One of the murals was painted on caracas. Streets in auckland last month congress claims the eye-catching one hundred and ninety five square meter. Artwork is the equivalent of planting one hundred and eighty two trees when the advertising was run the company got got us questions about it from the cells from the media and realized that the information they were conveying which they say had come from. The paint manufacturer had overstay to the case and they've made changes to some of our materials result. Which is a good outcome better. Outcome would be if they haven't done it in the first place because then they're marketing would have been more successful you know whereas it is. We've kinda this so tainted failing about converse as a brand china seem better than they are. You know it's good that they were using a better paint but to make that huge play without trees just took them into that exaggeration. Terret trick it. Builds cynicism amongst the public like this is one of the main problems for greenwash. Is that not only. Does it mislead people. But then if they find out that in this lead they feel had an understandably that makes people feel cynical about it so you know we we get into a negative spiral of feelings and emotion whereas actually what we want to do is be supporting each other to do the right thing. So you know. I'm i'm pleased that conversa- trying to do the right thing with how they're doing their billboards but own overstate the case. Because you spoil it for everybody and and your cells you make yourself look like idiots so it's yeah it's not helpful and we just need to get smarter about it. You know the advertising marketing industries full of smart people just kind of need to understand the law and not be so arrogant like no one company is going to save the planet and we only get a lot more real about the actual impact of making sneakers and selling them to people so they buy new sneakers every six months and whether sneakers a made and what what. Labor is involved in making those sneakers and weather sneakers go at the end of their life. You know i'd be a lot more impressed with converse if they were leading out on some of that stuff than doing advertising to be honest. And you feel that most businesses or should i say some businesses i just too ignorant of what is going on in the space. Yeah i think there's a real mex. So i think there are often smaller. Well-meaning companies who just don't know the law and ignorance is no excuse when it comes to the law like is the jar if you're running promotions that even if that's just doing facebook posts is your job to find out what the law is about. Your appetizing gator. So there's a degree to which kind of small businesses need to shape up. They know the guidelines that the government provide a really good and the advertising standards authority has good information to so easy to find out. And i think the other end of the spectrum. There is this arrogance amongst logic in a larger companies with so as an industry. The advertising marketing industry is so used to talking about benefits. Like we're hardwired. Were trained to talk about the positive. I'm kinda hide any negative and that just doesn't work with this because the reality is most things that we do has a negative effect on the planet. At some point we need to get a lot more real about how we would use those but also then how we communicate the negative as well as as a positive so the browns that are being rewarded of the ones that take the time to tell stories properly that have a long term commitment and that don't try and pass themselves off.

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"tactic" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"tactic" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

"Up on its own so It's like the best form of fences attack so attack. Somebody who don't agree with but you don't have a strong enough opinion to argue. Another inauguration fights or just mean academic argument debate forward saliva so having a conversation with a now we want to get away from labels. But let's be absolutely black and white with this civic conversation. You got somebody who is definitely. I know that this is made climate change when you have somebody who is vehemently against it right when that conversation. And then there's this doom-mongering tactic comes into it. Why would suggest is you. Actually you don't really pick apart that that that that that logic we pretty pick apart those words and say i want to really understand what you're saying to be right. This is what you've just said to me. Is that what you mean. I just really dig down into it because you never know you ended up with. The conversation might end of the conversation where actually you might start to agree with each other. And actually maybe collaborate worked together some respects in whatever. Is you know to win this depths of our listeners viewpoint. The end separate to the question She's she's asked me to just mention that there was a protest against Hsbc And the carbon footprint. Awhile back or anything about this protest. But she raises on the the guardian. It'd be one of the most stopped giving voice to the climate crisis are out there. But she said the guardian didn't report on this protest to stay chess pieces and she did some research. And i don't know if this is true so i can't. It's not moist. But she said i. I one of the main sponsors and funders of the guardian and very interesting days. Nothing was reported about this protests and then a random article in the guardian In a roundabout cone y sign. How good the bank was and their ethics. So dabs wanted me to just on the table. Sometimes not what. The media says is what it doesn't say that manipulates public opinion. If it doesn't talk about it says much amendment manipulation as is boy sent sending out folks news. I think a very good point depths. I think that's a very good point. And if herbs a belief of mine there is no. Such thing is a good newspaper. Said that all. I don't meet the daily mail. Uk fantastic but the guardian right. So that suggested me dot. There is no such thing as a good good good and moral newspaper. I'm sure that's going to stay opinion. And i'm sure that's can do really newest. Wow i beat this newspaper. they're fantastic. I know a good and moral podcast that you can listen to. It's called the people's countryside environment debate forecast and we're going to be doing something good very soon in a not too long. We're going to be going out a loyal guest a real person. William real person office guests for over a year yup looking forward to having siebel dynamic amid see. What the dynamics not. Because it's been a long time since this is just for well over year. of course it's just been to my our voice our we've done it very different ways during that time through house radio on the way the podcast actually sitting in a room with a guest with one record allow did the past. Let's see what let's see. What how we've changed. Would you disappointed that there was actually a little bit of change. Always change my has changed. Anyway that's another story but Now in the last year we've been recording over the phone or remote resume very casually between lockdowns. We did some recordings in my back garden. But this will be an indoor recording with guest me and you be released as a bonus episode separate to normal release schedule. When's our release schedule william. I'll give every sunday clock on sundays on. She's days all on tuesdays and sundays. Depending on how you saw you wink say you say..

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"tactic" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"tactic" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

"Outside we're not experts. We're just trying to make sense of the world. Just you little bit like two men in the pub over here chattering. I'm still well. And i've been wildlife gardner for nearly thirty three years. Now i wrote or lead walks or give talks getting people out into nature. He's my co-host. Thanks for being with us. We appreciate everybody. Listening to this podcast. Especially you sat down there. He your porridge. I was to say go into other photographer. Who said do very nice survey almost live show every week called my facebook page showtime angle so for creativity talk also sticky things come and check out seven pm. gmt every week and what. We don't have scripts we use a conversation style. You'll be guaranteed authentic views. We talk about all sorts of things. Niger philosophy the human condition. We're friend in your air and we hope to connect you with people with similar concerns and worries says conversation real meandering style like a waterdrop down the pain of gloss or somebody trying to be on the second one nine. You can cut his view until i got coffee ridiculous. It'll is to challenge the mowing sets beliefs. Habits of anybody out there. We hope to avoid actions that we can Ultimatum to deal with the things. We're going to be talking about i. It's a world sky. Oh podcast with a a local field and local indeed because we're an option based podcast and The question comes from a listener deb's from jericho oxyde Used to be the jewish sector in oxyde many under the years ago. Actually historically speaking the jewish quarter was actually almost robson. What what is old days now. I'm moved to it was moved to. You is jericho. Jericho originally was the the workers working houses for all the oxygen diversity press which is right in the center that are potentially some rowley's while i think that was. Maybe can i kiss territories real proper back to back houses. You must like two up two down. Deb's question thanks the question It's doom mongering often taken as a tactic of denial climate Deniers know if we are taking down the road to believe nothing can can be done. Nothing can be done to change anything. It's too big a problem. We'll give up in. The status. quo is maintained which is good for those with vested interests in those in the fossil. Fuel industry. Do you agree doom-mongering. It's very often innocent accusation. Phone somebody from some Somebody who doesn't have a a strong argument to counteract the climate crisis Proponents yeah she think she did ask that. Do you agree that. Doom-mongering isn't new tactic by climate deniers. Well let's so. What do you say i would say. Gee memories news. The news media seems to be always seems to be doom-mongering always to be the next to the crisis that we're going to face the next this and it kind of like desensitizes people to what's really going on around us. I mean we do what we say. How we talk often say i. I believe this is star. Societal breakdown started to collapse. It's not doing mongering sat. Just me sharing sharing a valid concern. It certainly could be interesting. Mongering it could be seen as a pessimistic of view. Because that's really what do mongering is is being pessimistic. The opposite that would be an optimist but optimus can sometimes be a little bit of like sh know like naive utopianism thing. I'm being pessimistic or not. Just being realistic with the information. I have in front of me. I would say your opinion really more than anything you want this year. You've got if you've mentioned you go in front of you. You've you've taken in you. You've for life mission you've got and that's that's the conclusion you've come to whereas i got sent about societal collapse. This is more of the fact that it's it's to cycle because the cycles in alive in through society as well. But i think the real crux of this question is really asking. Abou- is climate. Let's let's define what climate deniers in the first place. What was a climate denier. He are they what they look like the. I think we've discussed this before as well. Many come in many forms that a stereotype. It's not a stereotype of comics. He said he believes we're not causing the issues. As far as the weather's concerned as far as climates concern and etc etc etc. So there is asking evatt. Tactic has now been used by deniers. You know they. They want exactly. Are they guessing out of it. What what what do mongrels they could. I would say that if doom-mongering going to be labeled with anybody it's the opposite of are the ones that are actually saying saying the mesh that is backed up by the sides by saying this is you can even call david. Attenborough do munger because of how he speaks about loss of habitat how he speaks about not of loss of biodiversity. What do you think i think. Doom-mongering is being tactic I don't know if it's I don't think it's an you talk to. I think he's always been now. Don't see in the last thirty years forty years people who've said to me talking rubbish. The warming cycles in on the planet is perfectly natural. We might be making it worse. But it's perfectly natural I mean i. i've actually always been there. Of course over the course of the podcast. You could actually say the. I been doom-mongering myself. Because i is called abbas compensation quite a few times. Put my wife and she doesn't necessarily fully grasp talking about sometimes. We're actually are we on this path. As as a species that is just a natural cycle anyway that species dominates so much dominates the planet or of space than we basically ourselves extinct because of that thing is quote a great filter of what that means is like these these steps where how the species of this step while. That's a great films are one a barrier in front of us to stop us from being anything bigger than we are about the. We're just basically us and the whole entire planet and we're basically killing everything that actually sustain us in the first place so that's a very big we are. We are doomed to live out this this this this this act. Let's just scientific thinking. Well that's just you know academic thinking and doom-mongering it's alive with could be thrown at people on all sides. But i all is liable and if your argument strong enough you don't after accuse somebody of being something you arguments should stand.

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"tactic" Discussed on Trent365

Trent365

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"tactic" Discussed on Trent365

"We all know that we can't simply rely on luck. Luck in itself cannot be strategy but it can be a useful tactic. And a seth godin suggests putting yourself in a situation that allows locked to potentially play out. Can in fact prove to be a really good tactic as an example. Let's say you've decided that you want to become a successful real estate agent. That's your strategy. That's the what the is how you achieve. That comes down to your tactics and the tactics that you might use for example would be to go and get a real estate license to go and get a job at a local. Real estate firm would be another tactic and then work your way through the process but one of those tactics that you could also employ. That might rely on a little bit of lock would be going to a real estate conference we you and five thousand other delegates center your audience to listen to the leading real estate experts. Talk about the industry and how you should achieve what you need to achieve now. You attend that conference as luck would have it. Us end up in an elevator. With the keynote speaker. as further luck would have it. The elevator breaks down. And it's just you and him. The leading expert in real estate stuck in that elevator for thirty five minutes. You get some serious one on one time with the world's leading expert on real estate now that is lock maybe bad luck for him but good luck for you but that lock doesn't happen unless you employed that tactic of attending the conference and yes. You're relying on luck. But that locke turned out to be the most successful tactic that you've ever employed because as a result of that you end up getting a job with this guy and you become great leading real estate agent yourself so i guess the message is that whilst we certainly can't rely on lock discounting it is also a really bad idea. Assuring that lock is not going to happen is a bad idea and putting yourself in a situation where like can potentially happen could actually be a really really smart strategy. I liked what are you. Reckon do let me know your thoughts in the comments below already. That is for today. I do thank you for your time. And i will be back again tomorrow..

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