36 Burst results for "Tea Party"

Stephanie Ruhle: FBI Mar-a-Lago Raid Wasn't a 'Raid'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:11 min | 4 d ago

Stephanie Ruhle: FBI Mar-a-Lago Raid Wasn't a 'Raid'

"From MSNBC 13 We keep hearing a lot of people call with the FBI did at Mar-a-Lago a raid But for fact sake here's the deal Law enforcement doesn't even use the term raid So what actually happened The Justice Department applied for and got a court authorized search warrant that gave them lawful authority to enter Trump's home That was consistent with the Fourth Amendment probable cause requirement and allowed agents to seize items as permitted by the judge and his outlined in the warrant Words matter and calling a court authorized search are raid suggests some sort of degree of aggression and lawlessness that is simply inconsistent with the facts and the law and those are the facts How do these people sleep at night How do they see a weaponized FBI going after a former president and in a way that is unprecedented here in America How do they see that and then sit there and lie to people and say things You think the FBI was going there for tea You think it was a Tea Party Why do you think they were there It was a raid Stephanie roll is a raid

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Fresh update on "tea party" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:41 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tea party" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"All right, folks, welcome back to the Todd stern's radio show, Laura Ingraham, blowing up our phone lines, saying that maybe the country is just exhausted and it's time to move on past Donald Trump. Let's go to Georgia, Rodney, Wu, Rodney what say you? Hey, thanks for having me on. My opinion is absolutely not. I think what the Americans want is to find out what Trump has done to stir the government up like it has. Obviously, they have something to hide. I thought it is if you have fire ants in your yard, you leave them alone. They get more worse and worse. And then suddenly, if you step on one, then the problems there, I think that's what Trump's done has stirred the problem. You know, Rodney, my opinion has always been, if Trump did something illegal, all right, show us the evidence. Let's go through the courts, but they've never been able to come up with the evidence of a crime. Not once. I agree. And I think with the rate of Mar-a-Lago, I honestly think they planted something. I don't trust anything that they come up with at this point because of everything that's happened, but this up to this point, the 25 FBI agents that were removed that was in the false dossier investigation. All that, they've proven themselves to be an untrustworthy. Well said. Yeah, no, you're right. Rodney appreciate that call. Let's go to Salem, Oregon, Ronnie, on KY KN. Hey Ronnie, what's on your mind? Oh, my brother. I'm going to tell you right now. Number one, this Rockefeller situation where we just go through and just go along and keep getting our butts kicked by appeasement is not liberty to what they've done this president before. He was president and now after the president and you go on that two extent, they can do this to Nixon. And the last thing I will say is that people need to stand up in my Republican Party, I will say this in all corners of this country and especially in the state of Oregon. If you don't have a backbone, and you're not willing to stand for liberty, you'll be compliant to your sheep business to the Auschwitz syndrome because I'm not going to walk into my situation. We have a former president that has been lawful and everything else. They have just kicked, but you know, what the main thing is, is to deflect from what's going on. The 87,000 IRS agents, I remember when a bummer was off, I went and supported the Tea Party for you know it. I had the IRS agent in Salem Morgan, tell me, it's most people ever seen. People under 40,000 year being audited. And I feel like this is a determining halt slash brown shrimp movement of Democrats going to try to punish us for people for standing by religious or constitutional convictions. Yeah, you're right here. And we're coming up on the break. We're going to have to let you go, but to that point, ladies and gentlemen, and to what Rodney said, that they don't want they don't want Trump to fix the swamp. They don't want him to clean out the swamp. That's what this is ultimately all about. They know that their power is jeopardized if Trump is in that White House. And they don't want him anywhere near that. So this is not even a Democrat thing. This is a bureaucrat. This is the bureaucracy of the government. That's going after Donald Trump along with the Democrats and the establishment Republicans are all part of the same system ear folks. So again, if you're going to come after, if you're going to come after Trump, you better buy golly bring the evidence. But this is nuts. Look, our phones are ringing off the hook, hang tight. We're going to go right to your calls coming up after the news break here. 8 four four 747 88 68. This is the Todd starn show..

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Barack Obama Was the First President to Weaponize the IRS

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | Last week

Barack Obama Was the First President to Weaponize the IRS

"Back to the early days of the Obama administration, you had the Tea Party rising up. Remember that the Tea Party rose up you had these this grassroots effort to try and defeat the ObamaCare law. And Obama summoned Lois learner to The White House and told her to go after all of these Tea Party groups to start investigating these people. And they did. Barack Obama was the first president to weaponize the Internal Revenue Service. I was working at Fox News channel at the time. I had switched over by then I had switched over and I was a commentator, so I was they were paying me for my opinion at Fox. And one day I get a letter from the Internal Revenue Service. And they said, you are going to be audited. First time in my life that I had faced an Internal Revenue Service audit. And the next year I got another audit. And so I went to, I went to the folks, the powers that be at Fox News, and I said, hey, look, you know, what's going on here? Can you guys help me out? Because when you get audited, what do you have to do? Well, you have to go out and hire an accountant. Got to get yourself an attorney. You don't want to be, you don't want to be facing off against the IRS by yourself. So your fork and over a lot of money. To try and work all of this out. And so I asked Fox, what's going on here? And they said, get in line, pal. They're coming after all of us. So not only were they going after the Tea Party groups, they were also going after conservative journalist. During the Obama years, I was audited three times. Three times. Cleared every single time. But it cost me time, it cost me effort. It cost me money. It cost me aggravation.

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The IRS Targeted the Tea Party, Now They're Targeting Middle America

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last week

The IRS Targeted the Tea Party, Now They're Targeting Middle America

"Back in 2000 and ten and 11, there was a bombshell story. The Internal Revenue Service. Announced, not announced, but through the government accountability office and oversight from Republicans, they were targeting conservative groups. Outright targeting them. Let's start with when Jake tapper actually used to be a journalist talking about this story and cut 69 how the IRS scandal was targeting Tea Party groups. Play cut 69. Lead another national league distrust of big government writ large and of the Internal Revenue Service more specifically. Well, those are cornerstones of the Tea Party ethos. Now it looks as though the IRS went and proved their point for them. And the president, well, he says he did not know the IRS was singling out conservative groups until the news broke. I first learned about it from the same news reports that I think most people learned about this. If you've got the IRS, operating in anything less than a neutral and nonpartisan way, then that is outrageous. But I've got no patience with it. I will not tolerate it and we'll make sure that we find out exactly what happened on this. Lie, lie, lie, lie, barrack Hussein is a liar all the way through. He approved the audits. They had multiple meetings in The White House and this was one of the reasons the Tea Party movement lost some of its momentum. They got audited all throughout the country. And the Internal Revenue Service, one of the IRAs, the independent regulatory agencies are continuing now a soon to be blitzkrieg against Middle America.

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Remembering Rick Santelli's Rant in 2009

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Remembering Rick Santelli's Rant in 2009

"Here was Rick santelli on the floor of the stock exchange back in February of 2009 of a tirade that went viral and many believe was the foundation for the Tea Party movement. You know, the government is promoting bad behavior because we certainly don't want to put stimulus for it and give people a whopping 8 or $10 in their check and think that they ought to save it and in terms of modifications, I'll tell you what I have an idea. The new administration's big on computers and technology. How about this president and new administration? Why don't you put up a website to have people vote on the Internet as a referendum to see if we really want to subsidize the losers mortgages or would we like to at least buy cars and buy houses in foreclosure and give them to people that might have a chance to actually prosper down the road and reward people that could carry the water instead of drink the water? It's a novel idea. Hey Rick, can you? They're like funny. And then they all started cheering him from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. They're all giving him cheering and went viral, and many said, that's the American spirit.

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Mark Meckler: There's a Radical Awakening on Many Levels

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:11 min | Last month

Mark Meckler: There's a Radical Awakening on Many Levels

"Air, Mark, do you feel like there is an awakening in America that mama bears and papa bears are starting to get engaged that the pendulum might be slowing down and swinging back the other way? I think there is. And I think there's a radical awakening taking place on many levels, you know, I was one of the original folks in the Tea Party movement and build the Tea Party patriots. That was a big wave election back in 2010. It was a big movement. I think this is more important and bigger. And the reason I say that is not just because of the size and scope of it, but it's the age of the participants. If I think back to the Tea Party movement, I'm 60 now is about 50 when that was going on. I was young for the Tea Party movement. You know, 50 and up. If you look at the movement taking place today, it's parents with school aged kids. They're 25, 30, 35, 40 years old. That's going to have a long tail to at least people are ferociously defending their children. It's not about posterity. It's about my kids right now being sexualized, being taught, racist tenants, parents are angry, they're rising up and they're getting engaged in politics. They're going to be engaged in politics for the next 30 or 40 years. So I think this is a sea change in American politics.

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Why Republicans Are Willing to Betray Their Voters With Kurt Schlicter

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | Last month

Why Republicans Are Willing to Betray Their Voters With Kurt Schlicter

"With us right now is Kurt schlichter, he is a phenomenal columnist for town hall and also author of we'll be back. The fall and rise of America I want to ask him about that, but first Kurt, welcomed the Charlie Kirk show, maybe you can explain to our audience why are Republicans so willing to betray their voters? Help me out here. Well, it's because there were Republicans and that's kind of what Republicans do. Look, after that fiasco, we saw yesterday the only the only thing I found good about is there were only 14 of them about ten years ago before Donald Trump, before the Tea Party really established itself. There would have been 30 of these training knit wits. I mean, a holy cow. You know, Charlie, you look at these guys. And you just imagine their conversation. Hey guys, we're about to win the Senate. We're going to there's a red wave coming. What can we do to screw it up? Let's get his whole team in here. Let's figure this out. Let's convene a council where knit with a political amateurs to figure out how we can box the ball. How do you screw up in an environment with $7 gas? And a president who's the only man in human history who forgot how to ride a bike. And yet they managed to do it. Bravo,

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What Is the Establishment?

Mark Levin

01:50 min | Last month

What Is the Establishment?

"Many years ago as I've been doing this for many years now I began to take on what I call the Republican establishment I can remember peace written by an old friend rich Lowry Even asking the question what is the establishment What is meant by that And nobody else really in the talk radio world was doing that They would have these Republican establishment types on their programs and so forth and so on But I went to war with them behind the microphone of course And denounced them And I was an activist In the Tea Party movement I had written liberty and tyranny And the Tea Party delivered the house to the Republicans and almost delivered the Senate And Mitch McConnell was the Republican leader then too and he trashed The Tea Party said they would have won more seats but for these Tea Party extremists who were nominated He had the backing of national review the backing The Wall Street Journal editorial page either backing of Mitch McConnell And a guy by the name he may have heard of him John Boehner The Tea Party Elected enough Republicans where he became Speaker of the House and he immediately turned on the Tea Party Immediately as the guys like king zinger when they got elected from

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Morgan Zegers Is a Lifestyle/Culture Person With a Political Spin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Morgan Zegers Is a Lifestyle/Culture Person With a Political Spin

"You mentioned before we went live very fascinating things. So we're working here at America first to go down in the demographic talk radio has a certain demographic. We want to reach a younger generation. You're seeing a reverse phenomena you're getting more and more listeners to your podcast from who, what kind of demographic? Well, so my demographic has always been political. I mean, I run a nonprofit called young Americans against socialism, so when I first entered the movement, I don't know if you knew this. The Tea Party patriots invited me to speak in front of Capitol Hill, my first week. I don't know if they didn't realize, oh, she's never spoken before, but it was like, it was me, Mark Levin, Ted Cruz, all just standing in the green room, and I'm just going, it was very funny. And so that put me in the political space, but at the end of the day, I'm very much about lifestyle, culture, religion, and most importantly, homeschooling at homesteading. I'm very into that. I'm more of a country. You've got to stop putting these videos on Instagram of you at your latest homestead cabin because everybody thinks you've bought 12 of them already. These are just your fantasies, right? Well, I tore the country looking for my home center. And then you film it as if you own it. Yeah, I'm trying to inspire. Do you know my following? Is all young women? I'm trying to inspire them to want more than what the culture puts on to us these days in society. But my audience has always been political. I'm more of a lifestyle culture person. And so now that we have these educational resources with the survivors and with American values, trying to teach kids, it's really opened me up to very concerned mothers and educators and community focused people that weren't really interested in politics until the government lately over the last few years has started to encroach on us and our children.

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

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 3 months ago

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

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

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Why the Old Animosity Between Left and Right Is Dead

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | 4 months ago

Why the Old Animosity Between Left and Right Is Dead

"Scott Rasmussen and Doug schoen were really ahead of the curve back in 2010 with their book mad as hell on the Tea Party movement. And they right there said, based on the data that they were analyzing, that the old animosity between Republican and Democrat or Tory and labor conservative and liberal, the tended to be functioning around economic issues, that was dead and a new political division was opening up. And that's the people versus the permanent political class. And there was this radical sense that the political class governs according to their own values, their own interests, their own concerns, they're becoming increasingly alienated from the values interest and concerns of the people. We've got data, for example, from the chatham House of think tank in Britain, that found that nearly 70% of MPs, so political class believed that immigration was always good for Britain. Whereas only 20% of the population actually believed that. So you could see this massive divide growing. And that's what makes Trump so amazing. Out of the 15 or 16 GOP candidates and back in 2016, he was the only one that tapped into that new paradigm of the people versus the political class, and that could make us that could put us against Republicans, IE Romney, every bit as much as it could pit us against

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Why Mark Meckler Is a Proponent of the Convention of States

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:26 min | 5 months ago

Why Mark Meckler Is a Proponent of the Convention of States

"At the NRB in Nashville. I'm sitting down with Mark meckler. If you know of him, it's perhaps because you're familiar with something called the convention of states. I've been talking to Rick santorum about that. Mark meckler welcome. Thanks for having me. How did you come to this idea of I want to talk about what the convention of states is. But what is your story about how you came to be a proponent of this idea? Because this is very big stuff. There's no way around it. The idea of a convention state is in the constitution, no one has ever done it in 200 and whatever 40 years. No one has ever done this. Nobody's even threatened to do it. And threatening to do it, you and Rick santorum and others, I approve of it dramatically wholeheartedly. I'm excited. But how did you get you, Mark meckler, to this point? I mean, in short version 11 years ago, I was one of the people to start the Tea Party movement. So in 2010, we get this incredible wave election, the biggest swing Congress since 1938. And they don't do anything. I mean, it literally don't do anything nothing changes. They do Jack. Right. And then we get the center. They didn't do anything. It's that they did do Jack. Well, so then you get the Senate. They told us if we just had the Senate and then they don't do Jack or they do Jack again. Yeah. Right? And then I just thought, well, it doesn't work. Nothing's working. That's 8th grade civics, right? If you elect the right people, they'll do what you send them to do, but it doesn't actually work that way. And I had a friend by the name of Mike Ferris came to me. He's really the founder of the homeschool movement in America. Asked me if I was happy with what I had accomplished in politics. And you would think having helped to elect the largest swing class in history, I'd be pretty excited. And my answer was, no, it's I'm frustrated. I'm wasting my life. It's dismal. It seems to me like correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems like so you get these people elected. They go to Washington, but there is something inherently pernicious about Washington, D.C.. It does something to people that is not good, and so you're thinking, okay, what is the way out of this mess? Well, so what fair says to me is you're approaching the problem incorrectly. You think we have a personnel problem, but we have a structure problem, which is

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"tea party" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"tea party" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Jenny Beth Martin from Tea Party patriots, how you doing? I'm great. It's so good to be with you, Charlie. The work you do for our country is so important, and we've known each other for a while and you're always on the front lines, whether it be election integrity vaccine mandates all of it. So I just want to thank you for all that you've done. Oh, thank you. And you're doing so much to you. It's just great to see how much energy you get with the younger generation and the grassroots involvement that they are that they are engaged in. It's synergy. So tell us what you're working on at Tea Party patriots. So we're working on a couple of things a big thing we're working on right now is building permanent election integrity infrastructures in key states around the country. So right now this week, I have been traveling and doing a tour in Arizona where we're training people and how to build these local election integrity task forces. And then I've already done the same kind of tour in Georgia. We have a summit coming up in Georgia that cleta Mitchell and conservative partnership institute are hosting. And then we're going on from here to Nevada, and then we'll have Pennsylvania in North Carolina, Wisconsin and Michigan when we're doing the same thing over the next two and a half months. That's terrific. So tell us about what you're training these people to do. Poll watchers like just walk us through that. So poll watchers in poll workers. That's usually what traditionally what Republicans think of when we think of election integrity and certainly that's important and we need people to be poll watchers and especially people who are willing to work the polls either as an election official election judge or just a poll worker, whatever they're called in their state. But there are several more steps beyond that, including building a working group who will be present at your local election board meetings committee meeting subcommittee meetings really understanding what's going on in those offices, researching what kind of contracts they have, temporary staffing, and Fulton county, Georgia they used a company called happy faces. They've been trying to get rid of that. So trying to understand just how these Abrams groups these work and then cleaning the voter rolls, chasing and curing ballots and there's an entire plan for honestly cleta Mitchell put the plan together and we're going in training people and helping them learn how to build out the full infrastructure and then how to build out the working groups so they can really get the items done that she's put

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Charlie Chats to Jenny Beth Martin of Tea Party Patriots

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 6 months ago

Charlie Chats to Jenny Beth Martin of Tea Party Patriots

"Jenny Beth Martin from Tea Party patriots, how you doing? I'm great. It's so good to be with you, Charlie. The work you do for our country is so important, and we've known each other for a while and you're always on the front lines, whether it be election integrity vaccine mandates all of it. So I just want to thank you for all that you've done. Oh, thank you. And you're doing so much to you. It's just great to see how much energy you get with the younger generation and the grassroots involvement that they are that they are engaged in. It's synergy. So tell us what you're working on at Tea Party patriots. So we're working on a couple of things a big thing we're working on right now is building permanent election integrity infrastructures in key states around the country. So right now this week, I have been traveling and doing a tour in Arizona where we're training people and how to build these local election integrity task forces. And then I've already done the same kind of tour in Georgia. We have a summit coming up in Georgia that cleta Mitchell and conservative partnership institute are hosting. And then we're going on from here to Nevada, and then we'll have Pennsylvania in North Carolina, Wisconsin and Michigan when we're doing the same thing over the next two and a half months. That's terrific. So tell us about what you're training these people to do. Poll watchers like just walk us through that. So poll watchers in poll workers. That's usually what traditionally what Republicans think of when we think of election integrity and certainly that's important and we need people to be poll watchers and especially people who are willing to work the polls either as an election official election judge or just a poll worker, whatever they're called in their state. But there are several more steps beyond that, including building a working group who will be present at your local election board meetings committee meeting subcommittee meetings really understanding what's going on in those offices, researching what kind of contracts they have, temporary staffing, and Fulton county, Georgia they used a company called happy faces. They've been trying to get rid of that. So trying to understand just how these Abrams groups these work and then cleaning the voter rolls, chasing and curing ballots and there's an entire plan for honestly cleta Mitchell put the plan together and we're going in training people and helping them learn how to build out the full infrastructure and then how to build out the working groups so they can really get the items done that she's put

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What It's Like Being an Open Conservative on a College Campus

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

What It's Like Being an Open Conservative on a College Campus

"Talk about what it's like being an open conservative on a college campus and do any of you feel as if you've been great at differently or outwardly discriminated against. I'm going to use that word because of your conservative beliefs. Oh yeah, absolutely. Charlie, so just recently, the daily caller wrote about it. The situation at Kelsey Fullerton. They've openly attacked me for being a Christian for being a veteran and Latino conservative. They've tried into silence to me and the salt me on campus. But I come from a background of a warrior mentality. So to me, I think it's fun. I think it's worth the fight and I think it's important that someone does it without fear. So by then you mean the administration. I mean, the progressives club and just anyone who would identify as the leftists on our campus. Now, if you were to, let's just say dish out what they put towards you. You would probably be investigated by. I've said it before if we acted the way they did with the insults and cultural violence. We would be punished at the highest standard. It should be that way. But we don't act that way because we're conservatives and because we are Christians.

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Being Attacked as an Outspoken Conservative

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:10 min | 6 months ago

Being Attacked as an Outspoken Conservative

"So Gabby, so you're involved in the front lines. And you've probably been a recipient of a lot of different attacks. Talk a little bit about that. So growing up, I've always been an outspoken conservative. I've never known the difference. I didn't know it was taboo to be a conservative, freshman year and sophomore year of high school, I was called racist. I was talked about on Twitter. So going into college, I was already prepared. I wasn't going to stray away. I wasn't going to back down, but luckily, I'm a business major. So a majority of my professors are pretty base, not biased, even my most left is professors, were not biased, even when I disagreed with their ideology and beliefs. But do you think from the students do you think there's intolerance that bruise from there? Oh, 100%. I was involved with the whole progressive club debacle and how they attacked our chapter. We have so many screenshots and it's been very interesting, but again, I've been through this since high school. So it's not my first time around this rodeo. And it makes you tougher. Oh, 100%.

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How Can Americans Ride the Momentum of the Canadian Truckers?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 6 months ago

How Can Americans Ride the Momentum of the Canadian Truckers?

"The problem we have in America and we were talking scheming before the show about how do we pass a ride on this great idea of the Canadians and do this here in America, and the problem is a we're always too busy, be the Supreme Court screwed us by shutting down the vax mandate. So not enough people are losing their jobs and usually for the right to come out and protest like this. We have to be extra mad. You know, there was a point in time like the Tea Party was an example of kind of pleasant protesting and upbeat protesting in an angry way. But what can we do to kind of do a similar move to show our government that we're going to not going to take it either? Well, I do think that you need that to follow along with this. So take a best lessons learned best practices in terms of all of this. So when it comes to peaceful nonviolent civil disobedience and whether that means, you know, just throw you remember we had those Trump truck rallies all throughout the country. The boat rounds the boat rallies that were going on as well. I don't know if boat rallies really lend themselves very well to winter. You know, but I think that, you know, take that same kind of idea. You just throw an American flag on your vehicle, you throw some of it, you know, if you're a trucker out there, you throw it in American flag on your rig, you mock up a sign and the mandates and literally just drive around honking, you pick whether it's your just the local town or you do it like a flash mob kind of thing. Stay in your vehicle. So that's key. Stay in the vehicles. Don't engage if people come out to protest, if people come to get aggressive, you know, you just engage. You don't engage. You keep on driving, keep on honking. That really has been the thing that has become most powerful in all of these areas. And so when I hear people say, oh, let's go to the Super Bowl. Let's go to Washington, D.C.. First of all, if you're going to block the LA freeway, I don't necessarily know that anyone would notice a difference, right? How would you get there?

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U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant Identifies as a Constitutional Conservative

The Dan Bongino Show

01:06 min | 7 months ago

U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant Identifies as a Constitutional Conservative

"A couple of things that people have addressed They have question kind of your allegiance to the Republican Party I wanted to give you an opportunity to address that too saying voting histories and stuff like that I want to give you a fair opportunity to talk about that But you define yourself as a conservative a Tea Party type a magga type a blend of all I mean I hate labels but it does help people in categorizing who they're voting for Absolutely I'm a constitutional conservative I believe in virtually every aspect of the America first agenda and I think to truly understand somebody you really have to break it down to more of a issue by issue discussion It's very difficult to think that any two people can share 100% commonality and where they stand on all the issues But I think when talking about the issues that really matter certainly to the Alabama voters and quite frankly the American voters you would find me on the as conservatives as it possibly gets side of the

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Former Rep. Dave Brat Talks About Winning an Election He Wasn't Supposed To

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 9 months ago

Former Rep. Dave Brat Talks About Winning an Election He Wasn't Supposed To

"Well, I don't know, I guess, you know, profit went out in the wilderness and found a young son who was out gardener sheep or something and pulled me an anointed me somehow. I do believe it was a God thing, but I ran. You know, and he spent 5 million. I spent a 150,000, I think. You know, all these stories were out. I got that was the butt of all jokes for months. I didn't really care. I have fun with it. And we ended up winning. And hang on. I need that reiterated. So Eric Cantor in his campaign in Virginia spent $5 million to get reelected and you spent less than 200,000 and you defeated him. Yeah, nowhere. It was something the Iran I had the Tea Party win behind me, but then I also to double down, I ran on the Republican creed. To make sure that people understood I wasn't a renegade. And I said there's nothing wrong with the Republican, the only problem is no one follows it. And so I ran against him and he ran 5 million in answer with me as a stick figure with a professor dunts hat on and call me a liberal professor and most of the folks knew I was a nice guy, liberal arts professor, liberal arts, right? So I think they're playing on that one a little bit, but people knew I wasn't a liberal professor, so it eventually caught up. And so it was I kind of trusted the people, right? In quiet, in the privacy of that voting booth, I want the first hundred people in that phone, but for me versus him. And that was my bet. And I wanted to bet on that

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"tea party" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

Bedtime Stories For Kids

06:03 min | 10 months ago

"tea party" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

"Welcome to bedtime stories for kids. My name is Mike and I'm super excited that you're joining me today. Are you ready for today's adventure? Because today we have a story for Harper, who is living in Tyler, Texas. Hi Harper. Now, if you want me to create a story just for you, then simply ask any grown-up to get in touch. Speaking of grown-ups, hey, grown-ups did you know that the very best way to support this podcast is to leave a review? Share these episodes with all your friends and family. And also, did you know that we published new bedtime stories on our website almost every single day, go check it out at bedtime stories for kids dot CO. Now, if you are ready for today's adventure, then I'm ready, Harper. I hope that you already as well. Can we all raise our left foot as high to disguise we can count down with me if I three two let's go. It is Wednesday morning at the mailman comes to Harper's house and delivers a letter that is addressed to a Harper. On the front of the letter, it just says one thing, and that is invitation. An invitation for what Harper's mom Lauren thinks to herself, as she calls Harper down from her bedroom. There's just arrived for you. It is an invitation. Should we open it? Of course. Harper says. And she opens the invitation. Dear Harper, the invitation reads. You are invited to our Tea Party. When this afternoon at two p.m. a driver will come and pick you up and will take you to Lake candy cane. And the invitation is signed by the mermaids of Lake candy cane. A Tea Party, Lake candy cade, mermaids. Well, Harper, mom says, do you want to join the Tea Party from the mermaids at Lake candy cane? Yes, I do. Harper says, as she rushes back upstairs to get ready. And not long after a driver appears at the house who picks up Harper and off she goes to Lake candy cane. The drive is about 20 minutes when in the distance, the Lake appears. Now, what you need to know is that Lake candy cane isn't just a regular Lake with regular blue water. No, no, no. Lake candy cane, water isn't blue, but it is red. And light. Just like a candy cane. And hardware gets out of the car and she takes a deep breath. The air smells just like, what? Like candy canes. Yummy, Harvard things to herself. When she is greeted by Mr. T and misses party. Welcome Harper, says Mr. T we will be your host for the Tea Party with the mermaids of Lake candy cane. Please follow us to the beach. When she is greeted, by now, one. Not two. No, three, but 11 mermaids who are so excited that Harper is joining the Tea Party. Hi Harper nice to meet you. Welcome Harper. The mermaids all say, please follow us as the mermaids lead the way to the location of the Tea Party. And you see, in the middle of Lake candy cane right on the water, there is a beautiful table setup. It is floating on the water. And this table is decorated in the most awesome way. And on the table, there are ten different kinds of teas, and there are cakes and sandwiches. Please take a seat. Misses party says. When Harper takes a seat and to her left is a mermaid and to her right is a mermaid, oh, what kind of tea do you like? The mermaid asks, we have ten different flavors of tea. For example, we have grapefruit broccoli flavor, we have orange Brussels sprouts, flavor, or made personal favorite, we have salty cherry tea flavor. Oh, Harper says. Would you also just have normal D? Of course the mermaid says. And she pours Harper a cup of amazing just normal tea. Then what about cake? Do you like cake Harper? We have chocolate cake, strawberry cake, banana cake, cherry cake, candy cane cake in many, many more. Oh, oh, can I try the Kinney king cake? Her possess? And then afternoon, Harper has the most amazing time at the Tea Party with the mermaids of Lake candy game. Harper gets to know everything about what it means to be a mermaid and Harper even gets invited to a special mermaid dinner. But that's another day. And before you know it, all the cakes are gone and all the tea is finished and the sun is slowly setting on Lake candy cane. I think I need to go make home, Harper says. And she says goodbye to the mermaids who disappear into the Lake. I had the best Tea Party ever. Harper things to herself. I can not wait to tell my mom all about it. And with that, gonna end today's episode. Please do share it with all your friends and family. I hope you have fun. Join me in the next adventure. And if you want me to create a story just for you, then simply ask any grown-up to get in touch. I can not wait to create an adventure just for you..

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The Ruling Class Is Demoralized

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 10 months ago

The Ruling Class Is Demoralized

"The ruling class is getting demoralized. They thought the implementation of Biden. Let me say that again. Not the election, but the implementation it was the most interfered with election, an American history, $400 million from Mark Zuckerberg, from the center for technology and civic life. The interference from big media and tech companies into our last election Biden was implemented. They also thought that their posture and the authoritarian turn post January 6 would result in conservatives and just regular Americans backing down. They thought that we would be giving up that we would be suing for peace. Instead, conservatives have more energy, more activism more resolve than ever before. You see the leaders of this slow motion revolution that we are living through. Envisioned a much different state of affairs. They envisioned conservatives, not showing up to school board meetings in massive numbers, but instead, trying to do some soul searching and looking for Liz Cheney or Mitt Romney to lead our party. They envisioned conservatives doing what we did after John McCain lost in 2008, which was let's go to the middle. Let's try to become more moderate. Now there was a temporary moment when the Tea Party rose up, but the Tea Party was squashed by both establishment Republicans and the media. In a variety of different ways. You see the ruling class right now, they are losing faith in their own project. The ruling class is realizing that this is not like storming the Bastille. You have to keep on winning

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"tea party" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

Inquisikids Daily

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"tea party" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

"A party at all way back. In seventeen seventy three the area that would eventually become. The united states still belonged to the british empire. The thirteen british colonies were governed by laws made in the british parliament in london. Parliament was a group of englishman some from noble families and some commoners who debated and voted on new laws for england and all the colonies around the world that belonged to their empire. England had recently fought several expensive wars and needed to think up ways to make more money to pay off their war debts. One of the things parliament voted on was some new taxes for the american colonies. In seventeen sixty seven they had passed the townsend act which said that the colonists had to pay small taxes or fees whenever they bought paint paper glass led or t the colonists drink over a million pounds of tea every year so even a small tax would make the empire a huge amount of money. The colonists protested they thought these new taxes were unfair. Parliament eventually relented and caught parliament eventually relented and called off all the new taxes except the tax on tea. Parliament tried a different way of making money from selling t to the colonists. The tea act of seventeen seventy three said that english owned companies like the east india company could send their t to america without paying any tariff attacks on international goods. They decided that since england owned the tea and the colonies. This was fair. Even though the t. came from halfway around the world t from other countries like france or china would be charged a tariff which would make it more expensive to buy once. It was unloaded in the colonies. The companies would charge a little more for it to make up for having to pay that. Tariff colonists would be able to buy british east india tea more cheaply than any other t even with the tee tax added on parliament. Were sure that the colonists would be happy to pay this tax instead of buying. More expensive t..

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"tea party" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"For for the same amount of money for us. It's we've played with these guys. So many times headstones. We played with in new york in like ninety. Three at showcases. Like we all used to showcase at the same places at the same time they'd have candidate at the moose lodge frigging manhattan. You know what i mean. And there's all these canadian pants and it's a boost canadian and there's spitting on people in the front row and there's us you know i just can't wait so soak in everybody's so kind. And how popular did you guys get in. Twenty eleven twenty eleven. We sit with the tea party political like like i'm curious like was your website blank with home visits. It was so it was so funny me off guard. It was so funny. Because like if i'm on twitter or something and i get an argument with some random dude or whatever who's pissed that his band in make it or something he's always like an i hear it. Was you that kyw bash the whole tea party website money way to go jackass and i'm like first of all we'd never sold it second of all we were never really selling everybody was making. I mean put it this way. I shouldn't talk about this. But i don't care at this point a they were they were talking like a million dollars is going to turn this. Band's luck around a million dollars. A million dollars might as management commission eight hundred minus the sales fee. Mine is the lawyers commission so at the end of the day. I would have wound up with about one. Hundred fifty thousand dollars in my pocket italia changed my life who turn now being an asshole. Fifty thousand dollars is a lot of money. That doesn't take me out of my unsanitary trailer. Put me into a sixteen foot trailer. Certain patents not sure swing. We have one one studio audience question and that is from kelley. Be my wife within the background right now. Why huge studio audience my earlier. Yet she did. She didn't walk. What's for dinner. I'm the cook. That's not a question for believer. So she wanted to know. Do you know danny miles from july. Talk good game yeah. Let's say there's the question so that's exactly the question that so danes got this this hobby. Nobody knows about letting everybody does. Now because birding what. Hobby does jeff that nobody knows about. What are you into that. nobody knows about. That's what she wants to know. I'm kind of horror on social survey kind of knows my life I love motorcycles. I love fast cars. I love cool cars. I love to cook Long walks on the beach.

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"tea party" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"Three jays headlining the tour. For the three days we could have been opening in for gene. That's funny was there. You guys were close to detroit to motown any influence in your Were you've been listening to at that. Time is so as a young kid. we were inundated Being from lasalle which is just a small community. Where i live for. I am right now. small community outside of windsor and it was very small back then But detroit is you know rock and roll city like kiss really nailed it when they were talking about detroit rock city because when we were growing up there was literally four. Q one of seven's in in detroit and it was just. It was everything. We all carry these little cards that standard that that said on it which was detroit rockers against all bisco and it was from radio station and they literally burn disco records in detroit tigers stadium. I don't know if you remember that but if you can look it up and you'll see it. Oh that was elected to go to a ball game. They did that was. Yeah yeah it was crazy. So i mean we grew up the top. Five hundred to one thousand rock songs ever right. So you're zeppelin's your pink. Floyd's your stones all of that. Once we got to high school mind you. They had a very good Public radio station. Wd et and that's where we really started to get into things that had more melodies. I mean we loved our zeppelin because the acoustic meets the electric the beatles. Of course things like that but it. It just lacked a lot of melody with the other types of band. So i don't want to throw anyone under the bus but that that classic rocker what we call classic rock now just didn't have enough. I guess i can say now Melody or or interesting. Vocalise ations type of melody. You know what i mean whereas the new ways of it was. It was very theatrical. It was very. I mean you could go. I mean take your pick and go from you. Know dr stuff flaked suzanne the band cheeser cure to lighter. Fluffier stuff like back. Not even lighter and fluffier. It's you know like your furs in your your your body man and water boys kinda yes. Sure yeah the water. It's much more melodic. That's kind of where where we kind of ended up as a kid as kids in high school. our Our sets that we were trying to sell to these dances other high schools literally went from like led zeppelin to the jam to the who to the people didn't know there so and so the music of the suspects at the time did reflect. What you guys are listening to know we were. We were primarily beatles more. Poppy rock stuff like journey things like that. I was literally in grades. Seven jefferson grades six out. Yeah so it was we were. We were quite quite young but I believe jeff's father in..

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"tea party" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"The jam any and all new wave stuff. That was that was well played. Do you know what i mean. Like the gradually players in the band so and we actually had the opportunity with newer three times in australia on festival. Circuits and such so It was super easy. We we we jam. That's all the time like some checks and stuff so so you had previously so like it was something that you guys ready to play that in iceland. Sure and i know when you did. I know the the hat on right now. I know you gave a shadow to few charities or charities but organizations supporting conquer coleman we were. We were both very involved with that. So thank you for supporting a year ago and thank you know. It's it's it's really you know to me it. It dovetails into the first thing that i really wanted to get into with you. You know with with conquer covid. We've shifted to supporting right now. Call anti the indigenous helpline in toronto as well as mohammed funke's and and amber max frontline food initiative. You're a big supporter like you do. The the ride for father's day for prostate cancer. Which again my dad's a twenty year survivors. So thank you can you. Can you talk about the importance to you of supporting charities. Because you're you're you're auctions. You're all over the place man. Yeah yeah. I became really. I guess the ban became really involved. I'll give you the the quick saddam's but the the band became really involved with our manager. Steve hoffman who had subsequently passed away from cancer and he was very well known in toronto but he he had taught us once. Transmission came out and he was with Esera management he. He kinda showed us the way. Like you should be grateful and you should be very thankful and i always was but you don't you don't put anything towards it. I'm always been very stateful. I've always been very grateful but need to kind of show it and that really stuck with me. And when he passed away he was such. This dude was jam. Everyone within the industry from cardis country artists rock artists artists. Everybody loved steve Ability talent guys loves the. Everybody loves and really really stuck with me so for as soon as he had passed. The first thing i did was raise. Money for this Palliative care sort of room rejuvenation project that happens in windsor called transition veterans. And that's the way they started. They would rejuvenate these rooms to make them like hardwood floors and then they would create a kitchen very much like in toronto. But you don't have them in smaller towns. Where when the family comes to visit. There's nowhere normally for them to go. But now they have this kitchenette in in common. They can talk to each other before. They're visiting a family member or the friend who's who's hospitalized. So that was the first thing i did and it really stuck with me and You know from from there. I just thought you know. If i'm off and i've been afforded this this great opportunity you know..

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"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Loving all right. Sir question absorbed. that's cool. that's what she just. We were out walking wherever were hiding out in the man toolan right now. She's beautiful so we get to. She's doing remote learning so soon as spelling. We thank you. Thank you. And i appreciate her. All of her workers out of us i will. i will. yeah. We're walking today before the rain started. And she noticing some of the birds and that's when she had a hold on a second. If danny's got that you got ask jeff this anyway So a question that we'd like to ask people before we wrap it up because were coming up to our time here is is. What's in your earbuds lately. What are you listening to. That people should check it out I don't sound like a jerk. But i'm listening to my son's band which is called. Tempt t. m. p. t. or new york city when i'm running. I'm listening to bring the horizon which is not a new band but Very heavy back in the day become more pop rock electro now and honestly a huge supporter of our local music scene. Here in windsor and waikiki. There's this young coop sort of community that that gentleman by the name. Young guy by the name of michael hart grace created called so sitting sold city music musical and he's got a roster of artists. He's an artist himself. He marriage christy concrete. A east coast girl who is phenomenal. staying roberts's manon do not it's And there's all of these the bishop brothers. There's all of these young artists. And that's like listening to his all the the young stuff the new stuff. I love it and Zehr genre is very it. Sorta swings from from beautiful softspoken. Joni mitchell style folk to really cool upbeat modern pop and that being said i love the modern pop stuff i love. Rmb artists that are playing their own things. Who's the guy who just hooked up with the brutal mars. Got him on my. He's a drummer But anyway the rn be stuff. I don't wanna say rap stuff. But i do like a lot of the rap stuff close alone stable easy to listen to But i i honestly do love you. Post malone's your drake's roy words Anything and everything kinda like that. That's due to my kids getting into that sort of stuff because i love the production value. I love the I love the intent a lot. I like the stuff that that as lot more meeting. It's what i look forward to rock. Song is what. I look for in those types of jobs. And it's out there. I i i don't ever wanna be that guy. You know. all white guy in white guy rotman complaining about pop music when my career is over like there's so much out there that could bring so much joy and happiness a smirk or make me feel anger feel sadness not what you want in crew old and miserable and say the only thing. That's good is led zeppelin this bullshit like you have to. You have to find new things in. it's out there..

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"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

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"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Yeah as popular as you guys were in canada. Were our work. I have been the end of. The conversation was popular right there right. We're all staying at home. I know what you're touring. I meant to uri of how the heck did australia happen. How are you guys like massive in australia. this is this. Was the plan in australia. So we went there The the first time we went there was the winter of ninety three. Felt like the world would freeze with john. F. kennedy stop..

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"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Off crazy. It was crazy and the very same day before that bike. And ed and i were in our bulky And the sirens went off and you have to crouch down like wash. All the films from the forties and the fifties in the cold war steph. Were literally lying or not like the down on the ground. One after another just below boom just saying i love you if we go but it was anyway. Wow yeah because i i've even seen pictures where you guys are all like you are in full gear like okay. We'll protective military gear was since they they treat you so so well and you're quite secure but i mean civilians were hit On other occasions in square and so on and so forth because you'll get this era You know bomb. That's just you know set off and it's usually the old russian stuff that's a leftover from the previous war that they're shooting off and just aiming at the canadian in the us and so on and our allies Training field so it was really strange and then the next one. We ended up going to egypt which was a peacekeeping mission. But miller said a captain was taken and our entire audience disappeared so someone literally taken hostage it. Everybody it was crazy. Bill was stories from the road. You would not expect these stories. Mike mike turner though. If you haven't had mike on. I you don't like he's an elephant. You can tell you this story probably ten times better than i ever could. So if only. I knew somebody who knew mike but i. He's a pretty good son man. She talked a lot of really cool stuff lately lately as a as a studio guide. Mike is doing really well. I mean what makes genius. He doesn't worry he's now fisher as awesome. Go ahead no. I was gonna say so so Again collaborative group with edwina mirror and and mike and i know my son wants to know about collaborating with getty and alex in the dirty big or the big dirty band for the trailer park. Boys sound tagline. Got talk about that dream. come true. I mean You know a guy who has spent probably four thousand dollars in high school going to see rush Whether it's in detroit or toledo or cleveland or toronto. Did you get to do that. was mind boggling. and honestly What's what's the best story k. Is a good story. I can tell it's alex won't care alicea. Great guy like..

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"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"I believe i may still have some eight track and cassette tapes of those types of recordings which is awesome is pretty cool. But you'll never did you. Jeff sort of stayed together all the way through to the tea party or well. No no like so. Yeah we all through high school where a different bands and then we met seward Who is just age came from a different grade school into high school. And then we then you start meeting everybody from different schools when you're nine school So were in and out of different bands of jeff stewart. Had a band that eventually moved to toronto They left university in windsor and warm. The stickman with a segment were from windsor. They left for toronto and they were they were trying to make it there and they had. They had a good following like a quite a good following. But it just wasn't getting to that next step and i think everybody was starting to frustrating frustrated and at one point rate before they had moved to toronto. Jeff and i were playing in a blues band literally called blues so boroughs emerged loose. So jeff play guitar sing. I was playing drums in playing a move pedals bass pedals with my left foot. Instead of my i had so i played the bass parts with drums. And he singing in vocalise or vocalizing guitar and We had done that for about a year while the stickman were going on and hours playing a detroit fan club then they left but the bar owner after a year came up to me and said look you jeff. Still do that sort of jamming thing. I'm like no. They're toronto when they're trying to do their thing. And she said you think you can get a down. So i call jeff stewart who are living in their condo in toronto adjusted. Why don't we just put together. A trio and literally when up the following weekend on a greyhound bus with my drums pat underneath and got an midnight and we brought the drums over cherry studio. And that's where. The tea party began quite literally. That's all i loved. Love jerry beach record down there a few times. Yeah great great little studio in there. So so i wanna i wanna i wanna then fast board. Ls start to bring mike. Turner back into play here. And so so. Mike and i played together for ever like through me and my high school. He was at western at the time and coming back and doing sound for our band and then ended up being part of the band and we played together for a long time. Where i wanted to go. This is towards the crash karma time period. And and when when when i say you guys did a tour you know what i really want to know about. I saw pictures from mike. You're literally touring military bases in the middle. East right that They're the canadian government or the Military side of that offers opportunities to bands To go so there We did one that through them where it was in afghanistan and will every banned from Figure eleven like a lot of bands..

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"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Three jays headlining the tour. For the three days we could have been opening in for gene. That's funny was there. You guys were close to detroit to motown any influence in your Were you've been listening to at that. Time is so as a young kid. we were inundated Being from lasalle which is just a small community. Where i live for. I am right now. small community. Outside of windsor. It was very small back then But detroit is you know rock and roll city like kiss really nailed it when they were talking about detroit rock city because when we were growing up there was literally four. Q one of seven's in in detroit and it was just. It was everything. We all carry these little cards that standard that that said on it which was detroit rockers against all bisco and it was from radio station and they literally burn disco records in detroit tigers stadium. I don't know if you remember that but if you can look it up and you'll see it. Oh that was elected to go to a ball game. They did that was. Yeah yeah it was crazy. So i mean we grew up the top. Five hundred to one thousand rock songs ever right. So you're zeppelin's your pink. Floyd's your stones all of that. Once we got to high school mind you. They had a very good Public radio station. Wd et and that's where we really started to get into things that had more melody. We loved our zeppelin because the acoustic meets the electric the beatles. Of course things like that but it. It just lacked a lot of melody with the other types of band. So i don't want to throw anyone under the bus but that that classic rocker what we call classic rock now just didn't have enough. I guess i can say now Melody or or interesting. Vocalise ations type of melody. You know what i mean whereas the new ways of it was. It was very theatrical. It was very. I mean you could go. I mean take your pick and go from you. Know dr stuff flaked suzanne the band cheeser cure to lighter. Fluffier stuff like back. Not even lighter and fluffier. It's you know like your furs in your your your body man and water boys kinda yes. Sure yeah the water. It's much more melodic. So that's kind of where where we kind of ended up as a kid as kids in high school. Our Our sets that we were trying to sell to these dances and other high schools literally went from like led zeppelin to the jam to the who to the people didn't know there so and so the music of the suspects at the time did reflect what you guys are listening to know we were. We were primarily beatles more. Poppy rock stuff like journey things like that. I was literally in grades. Seven jefferson grades. Six out yeah. So it was we were. We were quite quite young I believe jeff's father in..

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"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"A program. Welcome welcome jeff. It's great to have you here. I have to first thing. I gotta start off with is congratulations. And what does it feel like to have the tea party win. The raven drool nineties. March madness bracket i. I'm gonna off on the shoulder for that really work. Yeah you know what whatever man i mean our lady pieces of machine so i'm not gonna step away from machine and king of is named jeremy taggart was just like come on somewhat. How he's not even in the band anymore. It's just hope. Let's go to burger shares of shit. I'm like no this is mine. Brian was awesome. It was it was a lotta fun. I was a lot of like back and forth and good. And i just think it's but it's great though that you know the community can can get involved like that. I mean honestly it was amazing. And since that you know. I'm i'm back to following the bins. I wasn't even following in that. I don't forgotten about and that's what it's all about. You re societa yourself with you know previous music that you loved and now reacquaint yourself or appointee yourself with saints and everything should. yeah no. It was great it was great chat. i do want to talk about one year ago to the day ish within the week. The tea party you released a cover of joy division's isolation at the very beginning of everything that we're going through right now What what was that. Like the experience at that time at the very beginning of this and then in hindsight being a year out. What are your thoughts. I was shocked to see it. Pop up on my social a year anniversary already management steward Jeff had talked about it. Like you know. We're not really talking daily vancouver. I'm in lasalle barrio. Jephson australia so when we talk it's usually every other week on zoo with management blah blah blah and. When it came up. I was like holy christ a year already but to be honest it was the easiest thing the by far the easiest thing. The tea party has ever done. Because there's there's always very long writing situations very long recording situations. Everyone lives where they live. We've got new music coming out literally that we were working on over two years ago now and that's coming up in a co weeks a writer on stay. Whatever i'm gonna ask about the but the joy division stuff was great. It was super easy because in high school we were all into anything from joy division and of course. Water the furs of the bunny man..

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"tea party" Discussed on RIGHT NOW Podcast

RIGHT NOW Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on RIGHT NOW Podcast

"Who dived into this thing because who else is gonna do it. Otherwise you to do. We didn't as michigan thing where we find individuals was standing individual cases and then go higher cybersecurity people and of course those on the left are going to question the findings so that's trump's focus and post january twenty. He's either going to have four more years or in worst case scenario. I'm hopefully going to stay very active politically. because i think he's been enormously constructed for us. Forested the party and the country. And i think he's learned a lot even more effective as far as the party goes. Look i mean the tea party. Midden take anything away from trump. but trump's unknown a lot of people spoke tea party rally to eleven boca time florida guidance car afterwards while that's something he realized the passion and the energy and read ideas as well exist on the grassroots in the tea party movement look. Brock obama had eight years. It's true got reelected. That's true but when we took the house back in two thousand ten will block them completely. We took the stand that in fourteen he was left with next to nothing There is no barack obama legacy Which is part of his bitterness and part of the way he's justified. It is behavior tea party. One thousand races straight up against him. That's known here's last known. I guess is that we took out major figures in the republican party. If you know. If you will call eric cantor. Virginia you know leadership millions upon millions of dollars for his race gone mike castle delaware. Gone so this idea that these people are just sort of inevitably there forever is untrue if they're not representing the agenda and they're not working and they're not resonating with their constituents than they've got to be prime married then then also say like i worked for a very liberal or moderate republican from maine and people constantly complain that she was a sell-out she was at one point the most popular. Us senator of any republican in the senate. And i always said the problem is her. The problem is main so like if you want so sometimes it's not sometimes that political figure is manifestation of the political instincts of that climate. Yes and yes. Great opportunity now for us to get into urban communities and get into a some of these northeast states and areas where we haven't fared particularly well even california. Don't give up california. I mean we ask these people and do a lot of listing. How's it going. You know you've had that you go into baltimore. You've had a philly. You've had these mayors democrat councils for fifty sixty years now poverties worse schools are are worse. Drugs are worse a public infrastructure worse. The crime rate's worst. Nothing to improve on their wives welfare dependencies worse by no metric. They succeed and there's a lot of.

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"tea party" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"tea party" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Black lives matter. Marxist anti God, anti family, fools and tools. Useful idiot. Here she is talking to Robbie Owens supposed to be some kind of a hero. This is the slap in the face like huge. Slap in the face. They were prepared for us, and I'm just wondering why they were able to a scale walls and things like that. All. I can answer that for you, sweetheart. I can answer it for you. The Black lives matter. African American Mayor of D. C. Muriel Bowser's I reported tonight that came out this afternoon's late seven. She actually said because of George Floor because a you idiots with black lives matter, you useful idiots. Because of George Floyd, who died from a drug overdose because of that. Um, she said she wrote a memo on Monday. So it's on paper. She said she wanted a smaller footprint from federal officials because she doesn't wanna get people riled up or all that stuff. So you and your folks Caused Muriel Bowser when you're champions, who has black lives matter written in the streets, then renamed Street. Black Lives matter. She caused this shoes while she was one of the reasons why this was out of control because She had a lighter footprint. So you guys did this way to go? You made it to the think cops couldn't come down hard enough because they weren't allowed to because of your black lives matter, Activists. Oh, there you go. Well played. Well played Curtis in Euless, You're on WB. AP. Hi, Curtis. Hey, how you doing? Um My question for you is Is. I mean, this This reminds me of the Boston tea Party. Um, back in my history class, and you know those guys at the time. Everyone probably thought that they were crazy. But what do you think that those guys would say if they thought was going on right now in our country? The tea party that women the Boston Tea Party, where they were at the Boston Tea Party, talking to t out in the harbors. I mean, they were anarchists at the time. But what were they fighting for? I mean, can you draw any comparisons to what? You're what you saw? Yesterday? People are waiting. We're starting with where they hold on. How can you be an anarchist when you are occupied in your country by somebody from another country? I draw a similar comparison. And they got an anarchist. I'm not an anarchist. I don't support anarchy, and I don't think they were anarchists, either. Well, they thought in shed blood to separate from England, and they were willing to put their lives on the line for my question for you and how much and where you want to know, but that's not that's not anarchy. That's not an anarchist. So you mislabeled. What's your question? Well, my question is how much more you want to take me at one point. What? What Point do you say? We've gone through all the channels to get this done the right way. They probably didn't president. They told George. Then they didn't do it, and we didn't do it. In Georgia. We shut up unless numbers Republicans did. That's why we lost the center. You know, they don't like four or five different states. Have you seen? You know, I'll tell you what, Curtis, I appreciate your call. I appreciate you call. You can't talk over the news and we're about to play the news. So But, um,.

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"tea party" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

08:01 min | 3 years ago

"tea party" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"And this is where it takes a weird turn right because it feels like the end of the story. That's not quite the end because you see the British authorities. Were still around. They're still very much in play and they decide will going to investigate this gusty affair and they open a case on June tenth seventeen seventy two and this case winds on for a year but it runs into a big problem despite the numerous people who who participated in the raid despite the many more people who watched the ship burn down and explode. No one said they knew anything and about what happened that night. who was involved how it happened? Nobody would roll. Nobody was snitch. Everybody knew nothing as soon as the British came around yeah and it wasn't even until America got independence from Britain that the real story came out right which is hilarious yes so here's the thing gasping affair we've heard about governor. Joseph Wanton he really was in hot water because he was a buddy of John. Brown and black sympathizer of of the plight of the colonists and the merchants right yeah he was in this rock and a hard place situation because governor Joseph wanted was also a wealthy merchant he he was friends with other wealthy merchants like John Brown a ringleader of the raid and he sympathized with people other merchants in the colony when like these British customs officials are just jerks. They're real heels. The are rude. They talk down to us a butts. I I don't want war with the British says governor ones so he appoint. He's appointed chairman of the Royal Commission of inquiry. He does his best to soft pedal. The the investigation to delay proceedings to kind of placate British authorities like we're doing the best we can. We'll update you etc and every body. Rhode Island is a united front. Nobody's GonNa Roll on these raiders and that is why the official finding of the committee it was. Are you ready. This was undertaken by persons unknown. I love that expression persons unknown just in general. It's just this kind of ultimate absolution of let it go. It's up there with mistakes. Were made mistakes were indeed made and you know we said one was kind of looked at as a sympathizer because he was POWs with with Brown and his family but at the same time when the American revolution did break out in seventeen seventy five he was branded. There's a loyalist because he didn't want war with Britain but he was actually a bit more neutral and that groundwork that he laid during the gas be affair sort of protected to him from the Patriots when all hell broke loose and they did not ransack his home as they would have with other governors yeah they were. They were pretty pretty much from what we can tell during the course of the war the Patriots and the Revolutionary Forces when it came to want and they pretty much told him to just stay out of it. You know what I mean. Mine Your Business don't get in our way and we won't get yours. Thanks for having b-actor they gas thing and it did play a huge. You'd roll the possibility that the gas be readers could be sent to Britain and tried for treason and given the death penalty really scared scared the colonist and rightly so they started forming what they called committees of correspondence these things became kind of shadow governments comments and in a very real way they were catalysts for what we call the American Revolution Today. There's one last note to this story for. Everybody worried about our buddy our pal the daughters he did survive. He had a close call. He did almost bleed to death but he was saved. He continued his naval career and eventually he died a rich happy old man in Scotland not too bad not too bad you you know there were there. Were a lot of hurt feelings. There was indeed a revolution but in this city televised the revolution was not televised at that point was podcast. Though at least probably there was a blog I think there was a blog that was also mainly based on recipes but to read the actual recipe. You had to go through this five to ten paragraphs story. Ah about what the recipe meant that's the worst and then you get to the show more and then it's a bunch of ads and then maybe under that you get the recipe but we digress this is kind of a parallel event to the Boston Tea Party in that it represented Rhode Island's. We've had it moment right yeah and there's this. There's something amazing to an inspirational about how communities can band together. You know to to enforce what they see as justice because anybody at any point could have turned around and given the British the evidence they needed for a species where three people have a hard time cooperating operating in general to have an entire community do that is impressive and astonishing. We hope that you enjoyed today's. Today's episode and we would like to hear from you. What are some more little known strange conflicts in American history that you think your fellow fellow listeners would enjoy you can find us on facebook. You can find us on twitter. You can find us on instagram not just as a show but as individuals visuals. I am Ben Bullen on instagram having various strange adventures and I am Ben Bowling H W on twitter you can find me at how now Noah Brown on instagram got twitter but I don't really use it at its use it to creep on other twitter's which is a legitimate use of twitter and also have you ever seen. Have you ever seen those parody counts where the idea is the American revolution but with twitter what founding fathers would have said on twitter. It's hilarious yeah. I I do follow a Friedrich Nietzsche countdown so it's probably along those lines yeah yeah. I could see that too as always thanks to super producer casing peg as well as Alex Alex Williams who can pose that banging track you here at the beginning of every episode. Thanks you research. Associate Gabe loose here and our good Buddy Ryan bearish who continues to give us a hand in over the here and from very soon thanks to Christopher Haciendas here in spirit. I have a surprise for you. Let's hear it did not tell you about for while both been traveling lots took second as you know circumstances found me in Japan and as I like to do when I get a chance. I got you a souvenir man seen Casey. I got you something too but I didn't bring them with me today it. It's a hat it says Nagoya it's a sport cap of the snapback variety and it has a lovely little stylized Japanese fish dragon creature on the side and it's just lovely Ben there. You go mansion an outright now all right all right but yeah yeah. I hope you enjoyed. Don't feel obligated gated. You'll have the right just thought you making it very large my large head here. It goes who's still took. Notes still small small. 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"tea party" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"tea party" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"How in the world bud explained to me why Tarrant county where what we want for listeners, just go Google northeast Tarrant county. That is when we're talking about tea party. And I personally believe there like twelve different types of tea party people. It's just this. This. Group the meshes together in thinking, and there there are the libertarian the original tea party people the O J 's of tea party that are they libertarians. And then there are the religious conservative groups that adapted the name tea party because it was a more effective Brandon being Republican. But how but I can only go for Beddoe. I tell people in northeastern county, there's a there's a different tea party group for every Starbucks along along seventeen o nine there's the the boiling point tea party, the northeast Tarrant tea party, you know, every little fork in the road has some tea party. Yeah. How does how does Tarrant county gopher Beto? You know, there was some disenchantment here over Senator Cruz. He he had not supported Lockheed the way some Lockheed people felt like he should there was just a general feeling that he hadn't keyed Martin rocky Martin aeronautics account. He's number one employer. There's a general feeling that he had not been supportive on city needs and business issues. And in general, you know, he's a Houston guy, and the, and you know, he was he does not have the profile in Fort Worth of Tarrant county. He sort of people here sort of felt like he took it for granted Beto came in and work. Hard, and it is very much a purple county Fort Worth Arlington within their city. Limits are both democratic cities Fort Worth even voted for loopy Valdez for governor over Greg Abbott. Arlington did vote narrowly for Abbott, but both Fort Worth and Arlington went strongly for Beto. It's million people in the north half of the county who went strongly for Republicans, and the, you know, the south half of the county's purply up, and the the, you know, the Democrats in the cities are starting to have more of a sisal. But Kennedy Fort Worth star telegram gliding with us here on the program Tillis about wonder a couple of Texas political angles that you're taking early on is we're I I guess like maybe one hundred and twenty days in or less of the legislature. Well, you know, I think this. Yeah. I think this whole claim about the the illegal noncitizens voting or whatever is interesting because it's. Really not about anything going on right now. It's about setting the stage for the twenty twenty election and setting the theme in the legislature. Now that there needs to be more cracking down on illegal voting on authorized voting there needs to be more restrictions. There needs to be more screening. You know, the thing is any former election official probably one that's currently employed won't tell you this. But former election officials will tell you that they can't make elections perf. They can get them awfully dog on close to where only the people vote who were supposed to vote, but they can't make them perfect. No matter what you do in a school board election of city election. Somebody's going to vote who moved out of town the week before and isn't really eligible shouldn't really be voting. There'll be people in a in a trailer park who just brought their trailers in to vote, and and then leave after the election. You know, the elections are not as perfect as people want them to be. So the the continued debate over perfecting the. Vote is setting up for twenty twenty the other thing that's really interesting that you say in this legislature. The reason there is so much push at effort to get things done this session on tax property tax reform or on school funding. And of course, those two maybe hook together and go hand in hand the reason there's so much effort for that is because the next session in twenty twenty one is going to be dominated by redistricting talk redistricting after the twenty twenty cents then in twenty twenty three the legislature will be very different. It'll be more urban. It may be a little bit more democratic, you know, the feeling is that whatever the Republicans in control the legislature want to get done. This session is the best opportunity to do it, particularly when it comes down to property tax reform. So if you're going to get it done get it done. Now, if you're going to get something big done this year to get it done..

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