35 Burst results for "Thatcher"

Conservatism Is America's Last Best Hope

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:17 min | 3 weeks ago

Conservatism Is America's Last Best Hope

"Hello, y'all, Dennis prager here, great to be with you. I am back in Los Angeles. I was in Minneapolis for 24 hours. Exactly to the best of my knowledge. Midnight to midnight. Maybe midnight to 11. 23 hours. Whether it was beautiful, have a very wonderful time with some of the great conservative leaders in the country. I told him something that is important for all of you to hear. The United States is once again alone. In fighting the left. I say once again because very often the United States has led, for example, in the fight against communism, we weren't alone, Margaret Thatcher was phenomenal. In Poland was phenomenal. The Pope, John Paul the second, was it John Paul the second or John the 23rd. His John Paul the second year. And so I acknowledge that there have been others, but at this time, we are largely alone, the most vigorous, no comparable opposition to left wing tyranny, like there is in the United States, and it's driving them crazy. They have every reason to expect that they will roll over everyone. If you own the Senate, you own the house, you own the presidency, you own colleges, you own high schools, you won't elementary schools, you own virtually every major. All major mainstream media and virtually every major medium. You own every elite profession like medicine. You have very good reason to be confident that you will be spectacularly powerful. And they are spectacularly powerful, but they're not fully in charge.

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Like Country, Like City: Failing Under the Left's Control

The Dan Bongino Show

01:26 min | Last month

Like Country, Like City: Failing Under the Left's Control

"Can you give me an example of a city that is implemented The full boat liberal agenda That has just prospered and flowered I mean where you have full monopolistic control and you haven't been stopped San Francisco New York you were stopped They got two terms of Giuliani It's since been on even Bloomberg outside of the gun control stuff was relatively reasonable on the economic stuff Before he went crazy with all the gun confiscation nonsense so New York it was the cycle was broken and we got de Blasio and it all went back again but they haven't managed to destroy the whole thing yet But what they've had monopolistic control everywhere You look at these countries they fall apart these country states and cities like San Francisco and I brought up countries because Chile just elected a communist This is a relatively prosperous South American country that in a matter of weeks and months has managed to almost completely fall apart You've got this guy in Mexico Amlo as well The destruction wrought by these people is just incredible Like you don't have a single example you can produce of success yet we have a ton of them Texas Florida Ronald Reagan's years in office I mean Margaret Thatcher's revitalization of the United Kingdom's economy our examples are all over I can see here all day

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Patriot Academy Founders Discuss Ronald Reagan's Inspiring Last Speech

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Patriot Academy Founders Discuss Ronald Reagan's Inspiring Last Speech

"Of the patriot academy, Rick green, and their spokesman colonel Allen west. You just referenced Reagan's famous speech, the point du hawk speech, which he gave in Normandy, was at an 87, 86. I can't remember when he gave that before. 84. Okay, but you said, oh, I'm sorry, of course, because it was the anniversary of D-Day. Okay, but you said that you heard Reagan speak more recently and they played clips from that great speech. This was 94 and it was the last public speaker who gave on his birthday. And we're waiting on he and Margaret Thatcher to come out and they're playing those speeches on the screen. And I'm watching that speech is a 22 year old and the guy sitting next to me we brought with us from Athens, Texas, name is George McCormick. He was a bomber pilot in World War II, great American great patriot. And as I'm watching the speech, I realize I look over mister McCormick, he's bawling. I mean, literally tears running down his eyes, we're all sitting there in our tuxedos because Reagan's taking him back to those days of sacrifice. And then I realized, wait a minute, this guy is the first time in my life it's real. This guy was willing to go around the world and die. So the two generations later I could sit here and be free. So kind of like I feel when I'm sitting next to colonel west, the people that were willing to die for my freedom, how do I honor that? Well, I honor it the way Lincoln said to honor it by having an increased devotion to the cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion. So it was really that night sitting next to mister McCormick, I said, I want to become a student of freedom, want to know how we got it, how we protect it. And most importantly, how do we pass it as Alan said to the next generation? How do we make sure the torch is intact when we hand it to them and that we train them on how to be free. And so then

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The Insulting Incompetence of Kamala Harris

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 4 months ago

The Insulting Incompetence of Kamala Harris

"Just touch a little bit more on this Kamala Harris situation and then we'll move on. But in a country that is so wealthy, so sophisticated with so much talent to send someone like Kamala Harris to represent us. I mean, that's how shallow the benches of our government, that's the best offer that we have. And it really kind of shows this trajectory of the west. So we go from Maggie Thatcher, we go from the iron lady to the cackling clown in just two generations. How is that possible? Well, you look and I'm just talking about female leaders here. Let alone the male leaders that were sending abroad, like Tony blinken and Pete Buttigieg, who just physically embody weakness and a tepid nature, not strength or clarity or precision. And it really kind of goes to show you have someone like Maggie Thatcher who was an honorable strong and courageous woman who led the United Kingdom in tandem with Ronald Reagan and did such a phenomenal job protecting western values in western civilization to very quickly almost like in two generations someone like Kamala Harris, who not just as unqualified, but she distinctly should be disqualified from doing this type of work. From the iron lady to the cackling clown. It's the position that the west is in. So I

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Daniel Horowitz Analyzes Republicans' Responses on Russia Involvement

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 4 months ago

Daniel Horowitz Analyzes Republicans' Responses on Russia Involvement

"And I really don't think we should get bogged down in vitriol on this because there's a lot of middle ground in this okay I mean obviously as I mentioned in the beginning of the show as discussed about Israel often you know if Israel stopped fighting tomorrow they'd be obliterated If the Palestinians stopped fighting their BPs The same thing applies to Russia and Ukraine right now Putin is clearly the aggressor in this situation regardless of what you feel our involvement should be Sure I mean I think a lot of the disagreement on the right stems from being played an unideal hand for so many years What do you do now And to me it all gets back to the fact that the whole nostalgia of the Soviet Union and defending Eastern Europe from the Soviet Union back in the days of Pope John Paul Margaret Thatcher Ronald Reagan that's predicated on a moral and just west United States government NATO government We have so many problems here at home with governments that are no longer democracies Reagan used to quip about you can go to the Oval Office and say breaking sucks as president and you could go to Gorbachev and say Reagan sexist person and get away with it That's good And I played that on my show recently and I was thinking it's so sad to look at Trudeau and gradually what's happening here with DHS monitoring opposition people being thrown in jail for political crimes without bail we have our problems here so that's why a lot of us have a difficult time barreling in headfirst to a foreign conflict before we even get into the details just because NATO is corrupt The United States government I hate to say has a lot of problems with it So we're not going to be able to sustain the proper policy

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We Need to Read What the Bad Guys Say

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 4 months ago

We Need to Read What the Bad Guys Say

"Paul how significant this is another thing, so you know me. I have this background from Central Europe because of my parents, but I spent the last 20 years in the national security realm dealing with counter terrorism and what I did was I studied the bad guys Al-Qaeda ISIS. I read what they wrote and shockingly because nobody in the U.S. government actually read it. I taught that to our operators, our green berets, intelligence, analysts and the FBI. What does it say about strategic culture that people didn't even pay attention to the speech that Putin gave a week before the invasion, this pseudo history verbal diarrhea where he said, well, you know, Ukraine never been an independent country. It's Russian. It's always been Russian before the duchy of muscovy, the Vikings landed there who became the modern Rus people. Because that tells you what he's going to do and that tells you he's going to take the whole country. Why you are the guy who's written the books, especially dupes and now the devil and Karl Marx. It's not rocket science. It's not brain surgery. We need to read what the bad guys say, don't we? Yeah, we do. And in fact, somebody that I wrote a lot of books about Ronald Reagan, Ronald Reagan all the time actually red marks actually red Lennon actually. And this is funny because Reagan, of course, was portrayed by the left as an idiot, as somebody who didn't read. And Reagan would say all the time, he would protest, well, you know, I'm only quoting their own documents, which I've actually read. And I reminded right now, said quite a bit during this period about Reagan and the 1980s trying to block the construction of the Soviet Siberian gas pipeline. And there were two strands of it. One of the strands he tried to delay the construction of and the second one he tried to block the construction of altogether. And this was something that even Margaret Thatcher wasn't with him on. I mean, this is now declassified. We actually sabotaged the software and the electronics for that pipeline. That's exactly right. Yeah, sorry about the shameless plug. I wrote about this in my book, the crusader. And we sabotage it. It was an explosion that you can see from space.

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"thatcher" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:14 min | 4 months ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"You had those appearances or was it just kind of business as usual at that point? I mean, going into the game, it didn't feel different. I felt nervous as shit. I hadn't played a game since the shutdown. So my last game was March 10th and fast forward like three months or whatever it was and we're down three, one and they're like, all right, let's go. And I was just like, Jesus Christ. I don't even know how to handle this situation. I was like, you know what? I kind of had that fucking whatever. Mindset going into the first game and we ended up winning that game. I can't remember the score, but after that, I was, I was like, hey, I can't be a one off. I gotta do it again. You know, I don't want it to just be like, oh, you had one good game and then you shit the bed. Like I gotta do it again, and then we end up winning the game 6 there. And then I was like, fuck, I gotta do it again. I don't want it to be just two games. So I kind of just kept rolling and unfortunately we didn't get it done in game 7, but I think it definitely kind of, it made the decision hard for the organization, Mark, he was going into free agency. Had I not played those three games, who knows what the situation might look like right now. And it's crazy, you know, like I said, when I was talking about being a kid and just waiting for that one opportunity and taking advantage of it, like it's as simple as that. You know, I got lucky with an opportunity and I took the most of it. So I mean, all goes back to the shit sandwich that benning gave you. It all goes back to the fucking car service from Syracuse shit sandwich special. Yeah, that's right. It's almost similar in a way. Vancouver got lucky that you were able to kind of show them how good you were, whereas Florida, they hadn't really seen Spencer night yet and they give this monster deal to the Broadsky, and now it's kind of like, even though he's been great this year, it's tough. Mark Schumer got a huge deal from Vancouver, and then it would have been like, oh, we got this young stud. So lucky for them, you were able to show yourself and kind of light it up those three games would probably change the course of the organization in a way. Yeah, I mean, it was just, it's one of those things where I feel like this game is just all about opportunity and it's so unpredictable with how things are going to play out. So it's definitely, you know, the nickname bubble dump goes getting a little old for me. But, you know, it was definitely a huge, huge point in my career for sure. And wet. I mean, talking about the goalie situation. I think they kind of dealt with it with the longer and Schneider. They already fumbled fucked that one a little bit. Two really good goalie is tough to cut the handle. Exactly. Anything else RA? This has been awesome, dude. This has been awesome. But one of the best stories is you get robbed at gunpoint. It's all time, man. All the time. I want to go back to Kirk McLean. You were recently sporting the old retrograde of the skate logo from the 80s. I guess you guys are going to wear those jerseys soon. Whether that idea come from and also, that was a backplate on your mask too. You have the clip from the painting from him from the 94 series, right? Yeah. Yeah, I mean, it was, again, just trying to be unique and, you know, I'm a big history guy. You know, I love to pay homage to guys that have come before me and I have a huge respect for that type of thing. I always take pride in that kind of stuff and pay my respects. So I figure, you know, what's the best way I could do that with the skate Jersey and so I went on Google and you know I did the 1994 cup run when they ended up losing to New York there and it's literally a head to toe replica set. So the stick, the pads gloves, helmet, everything. And then yeah, I got the picture of him in London. On the back plate, which is a cool little touch too. Before we let you go, I see you got some mug shot to some artwork there. Frank Sinatra, you got up there. So we got on the bottom guy there is Elvis. And you got Jimi Hendrix. Sinatra and then park there on the top. Nice, nice. I love that. So wide range of kind of hit every genre there. Biz will have a mug shot at some point. You can frame that way. Come on. You mentioned you're a big hip hop fan. Have you seen the new Kanye documentary? Yeah, I saw the first epi. I watched it pretty much right when it came out. So I'm looking forward to the next couple that are going to be released here. I'm obsessed. I'm dialed in. All right, we're going to talk plenty about our next podcast. So I love it. I got to catch up. Well, Thatcher, such a humble guy. We really appreciate you coming on. It's awesome to see the success, a California goalie that's lighting up. And we really appreciate you taking the time to join the show. You got fans here now for the rest of your career. So thank you. Yeah, thanks for having me guys. Pleasure. Keep killing it, brother. All right, see you guys. Man, big thanks to DACA. Great kid, we enjoyed the hell out of talking to that. That story about his time in Utica absolutely bananas. Just some good stuff. Hopefully y'all enjoyed it. We do want to let you know that his interview is also brought to you by our friends at Roman swipes, guys..

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"thatcher" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"To get a lesson like, oh, we're fucked. I'm more clapping because I've been asking you to get a couple lessons for a couple of years. So I'm fired up. Well, hey, sometimes things happen for a reason. I know there was a reason I waited and wait till you see folks who I got helping me with my swing. I might even wind up three quarters now. I might get rid of the jovanovski special with the short backswing with the stiff shaft. So I'm excited to see what I can do. I boys before we get to the game, I do want to mention the two guests I alluded to earlier. We have Vancouver connections goalie Thatcher demko, who's been absolutely killing it lately, got the Canucks I think three points out of the playoffs right now and Canadian women's Olympic gold medal winner, Natalie spooner joined us for a nice chat. So we got a couple of great interviews coming later. Also, I saw you boys with fuel up pretty good with the old pink Whitney this weekend. There was lots of it in Nashville and Atlanta and you too can enjoy the fine taste of pink Whitney at your local package store. Or you can belly up to your favorite local joint in order to. Either way, be sure to get your hands on some pink Whitney. Speaking of pink Whitney, sorry. At one of the watering holes that Colin and I jumped into on Friday night, I could tell the guy he heard me say something to my brother and the guy there's a guy near me with a woman and he kind of like snapped his head. I think he's like, oh, I recognize that voice. And so he's kind of like looking, and he said, hey, are you Ryan Whitney? I said, yeah, what's going on man? So we're just shooting. She's like, oh, big fan of the show. And actually, I got to tell you, this is my girlfriend here. And we met through pink Whitney. We met because of pink Whitney. I had a pink Whitney drink in a bar in Toronto. He's actually from a town. He said he's from like 45 minutes from well and I don't remember the name of the town, but then he saw this girl who is now dating. She ordered a shot of pink Whitney. And he's like, hey, is that penguin? And she's like, yeah, I love it, so they started chatting it up and boom. Now they're dating going on road trips to Nashville, just smashing each other the whole three nights I'm sure. So they tagged in. I'm gonna lay my mom. I put calling in. I tagged calling in for me. When it's got the gag ball in his mouth and these.

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Comparing the American and British Systems of Government

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:29 min | 4 months ago

Comparing the American and British Systems of Government

"The American system of government is unique in many respects, the founders thought of it as a nervous order, seclorum, a new order for the ages, but while being unique in some respects, it is also continuous to a degree inherited from these system of government in England in Great Britain. But when we look at Great Britain, we see that it has a different form of democracy than we do. We have constitutional democracy. I don't know if you know, but Great Britain does not have a constitution. There's no constitution. We have a so called presidential system of government. And they have a parliamentary system of government. Now, India, in fact, where I grew up also has a parliamentary system, very much modeled on the English system. And one key difference by the way between the English system and the American system is that in the English system, you run for office as a member of a party. And so for example, Margaret Thatcher or Boris Johnson, they're running as the leader of the Tory party. And then you have another guy who's running as the leader of the Labor Party, and whichever party wins, that party's man, a woman becomes the leader, becomes the prime minister. And in that sense, you may say that the prime minister is coming out of the legislative branch because the legislative branch is the party that has been chosen by the people to rule or to legislate to make to make laws. Interestingly, if you are a leader of one party, let's say your Margaret Thatcher and your Tori and you're the leader of the Tory party. And there's a fight within the Tory party and your challenge by other Tory members and the Tories to take a vote and decide we'd rather have a different leader, you're out as prime minister. Now notice that doesn't happen in America. The Democrats in the House or Senate can't get together and say, listen, we no longer want Joe Biden. Let's get rid of him. And Biden's out. No, Biden's not out why, because Biden is independently elected as the president directly by the people, or at least so the story goes. And the point being that when you're elected in America by the people, as the president, you have independent authority, you're not your position is not somehow obligated to your party or to the legislature at all.

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Pettersson scores twice, Canucks beat Capitals to snap skid

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Pettersson scores twice, Canucks beat Capitals to snap skid

"The the capitals capitals are are one one three three and and two two in in their their last last six six games games following following a a four four two two loss loss to to the the Canucks Canucks at at least least Patterson Patterson scored scored twice twice in in the the first first five five minutes minutes of of the the second second period period ending ending his his seven seven game game goal goal drought drought dating dating to to December December fourteenth fourteenth safe safe again again to to contribute contribute contribute contribute them them and and help help the the team team I I think think they they played played a a good good team team game game of of six six minutes minutes or or something something sweet sweet we we know know we we can can work work on on but but we we got got the the win win and and we're we're happy happy with with that that Thatcher Thatcher Demko Demko turned turned back back thirty thirty one one shots shots to to help help the the Canucks Canucks and and a a three three game game skid skid ball ball Hornbeck Hornbeck scored scored a a power power play play goal goal in in J. J. T. T. Miller Miller had had an an empty empty netter netter for for Vancouver Vancouver Alex Alex of of edge edge can can scored scored his his twenty twenty sixth sixth goal goal of of the the season season and and seven seven hundred hundred fifty fifty six six of of his his career career I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Schumer's Trillions by Tarzana Joe

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:27 min | 11 months ago

Schumer's Trillions by Tarzana Joe

"The senate's spending trillions but the house would like some more they want it to be five but they could compromise it for soon. They'll reach agreement but joe's signature won't end it or once. They've gone past it. It will be a job to spend it or if you stack them one by one dollars so finish forget it. It's a job that you would never ever finish. I've done the mathematics for my number challenged peers. Assuming they spend evenly across the next four years. Let's say it's just four trillion. Then they'll have to find a way to pay out two point seven billion each and every day in the dc universe who needs a superpower the drop one hundred million dollars each and every hour to act with such a dasan. I give them my respects but no one has the stamina to write out all those checks and like the seeds from cottonwoods. When summer windsor blowing no one has the auditors to track. Where it's all going margaret thatcher said it and i used to think it's funny the government could reach the end of other people's money budgets kept increasing and the government survived but the day that she envisioned. I think sadly has arrived so welcome to the green new deal inflation. That's unending all brought to you in the disguise of infrastructure spending. That's brewster's millions. I'm sorry schumer's trillions by tarzana. Joe

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"thatcher" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"We see this. Gm as coaches and and personal china's where it's like you have like yep chronic lower back issues. i've seen a bunch of lower back issues of saying a bunch of bad shoulders. And you know. I think for us. We can always give some kind of general advice. Backsaw led maybe. Let's do a little bit of release around the gluten pure fullness and maybe i'll the heat flexes whatever but we never really know we can never go specific with it because it's totally out of scope so if someone like you obviously -ly you i would go. Those lays day pa. I wanted to talk to you about those kind of general issues. And i know you can't trade them over the podcast out we can give them what are we. What are we looking at here. What are the big ones that you find yourself addressing day in and day out. I would say it would be law backs and it will be shoulder slash neck. I tend to put those two together so Not all shoulder. Shoes will include the neck but usually the opposite opposites. True my snack things. You need to have a look of the shoulders. Yup i feel like i. I've i've felt that from jujitsu a lot Where i feel like i have neck pain and then i come and see someone like you and you work on. And then that tends to kind of address it so what. I'm feeling it feels like a next thing but actually once you get into the shelter. That's where the issue is. That can make thing what's going on there. A big one. Just say you're loading very well and you've got some whole compensations through your shoulders and saying protracting very well. Which is something you guys talk about a lot in your body white classes and you'll bulletproof obey. Jj stuff getting problem moving through the scheduler. If you're not doing not well the easiest compensation is to elevate an internally rotate lift. Shell does up and rolling forward as opposed to truly get them out in front. Yup what that will do is really jack up. You'll levada scalps muscle that goes from your scalp with up to say spun and then you're traps. They're going to be on high alert and they're gonna be doing more than they should. And what that translate to is when you exert yourself really hot at you to and you have a hard roll you draw into that inefficient pattern so using those traps when you probably shouldn't and you end up cranking your neck that area too far or too hard

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Fixing Common Gym Injuries with ART Specialist Jarrod Thatcher

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Fixing Common Gym Injuries with ART Specialist Jarrod Thatcher

"We see this. Gm as coaches and and personal china's where it's like you have like yep chronic lower back issues. i've seen a bunch of lower back issues of saying a bunch of bad shoulders. And you know. I think for us. We can always give some kind of general advice. Backsaw led maybe. Let's do a little bit of release around the gluten pure fullness and maybe i'll the heat flexes whatever but we never really know we can never go specific with it because it's totally out of scope so if someone like you obviously -ly you i would go. Those lays day pa. I wanted to talk to you about those kind of general issues. And i know you can't trade them over the podcast out we can give them what are we. What are we looking at here. What are the big ones that you find yourself addressing day in and day out. I would say it would be law backs and it will be shoulder slash neck. I tend to put those two together so Not all shoulder. Shoes will include the neck but usually the opposite opposites. True my snack things. You need to have a look of the shoulders. Yup i feel like i. I've i've felt that from jujitsu a lot Where i feel like i have neck pain and then i come and see someone like you and you work on. And then that tends to kind of address it so what. I'm feeling it feels like a next thing but actually once you get into the shelter. That's where the issue is. That can make thing what's going on there. A big one. Just say you're loading very well and you've got some whole compensations through your shoulders and saying protracting very well. Which is something you guys talk about a lot in your body white classes and you'll bulletproof obey. Jj stuff getting problem moving through the scheduler. If you're not doing not well the easiest compensation is to elevate an internally rotate lift. Shell does up and rolling forward as opposed to truly get them out in front. Yup what that will do is really jack up. You'll levada scalps muscle that goes from your scalp with up to say spun and then you're traps. They're going to be on high alert and they're gonna be doing more than they should. And what that translate to is when you exert yourself really hot at you to and you have a hard roll you draw into that inefficient pattern so using those traps when you probably shouldn't and you end up cranking your neck that area too far or too hard

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"thatcher" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Track all thanks. For listening short lost forty episodes. All you didn't have it on. The one is joe. He'll walk through the jugs podcasts. We got uber. Professional and close friend of the jungle. Brothers jared thatcher in the house. Big fan podcast legend. Jared works jarecki's al in-house practitioner jazz. Can you give people back. What's i'll tell you. What are you active release. Technique is specific soft tissue. Work my daddy so basically. It's a lot more specific than remedial massage and stuff like that. So for the whole body. It might have five hundred specific protocols and do nerve entrapment s- and stuff like that as well just kind of the most holistic hands on treatment that i found by also do dry needling in remedial massage and yet. That's basically my qualifications and was not another loft before that and so to look like really. Simplify that for folks. it's you are people come in. They have mechanical issues. Jellicoe shoulder you assess them. You put your hands on you. Do these like these release techniques. Yeah digging into things. It's it's a little bit uncomfortable. Sometimes they'll be painful but ultimately they come out they're like well. I mean most of the time they come out there like that's feeling really good. Yeah exactly so. The specific restriction with the soft tissue biology and then more often than not have to do stuff to retrain a- and away from the table. Could you simplify wat- A comparison between like a message. And what you do say say like a really like like a ton assad place right there. All through sydney people people signed on bit soul back. Whatever but it's like. I'm gonna get a message. What's the difference between say that kind of thing and what you. Yeah i think at thomas is just gonna get really broad strikes if you save. Go to soul back. They're gonna chuck everything at that area. Probably without even assessing it but i don't know it will be varying degrees of hagler diaa whereas what i do assess. We'll trade the specific areas. We'll say what's happening around it and corrective exercise. That beware varies. I'd say.

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"thatcher" Discussed on Spoon Mob

Spoon Mob

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Spoon Mob

"This is weird. A lot of koga tests Got back or jeans jeans and then we've had over the summer in california. Everything was on a lightning again. You know things were seemed like cases. We're going down. travel scenes. Oj on soon. We had like a call clients that were trying to arrange us super small birthday gathering ornia and so like went out there and just try to be as as possible. You know i mean the only thing you know. The thing that i never wanted to do was in somebody. Oh it right. I never wanted to spread. Like if i got it i got it. You know young thirty probably not much is going to happen to me. I'll be fine. But my the worst thing that i could do is is read that with somebody but yeah i mean it's i realized that i was really careful gotten so many ests i there was nobody ever on any planes like when i flew to europe there was ten ten means. Higher is just like. I don't know how you like. I don't know how it's been browns right. And i think it's been proven that like it's flying is really not the that unsafe. And so the most of the year you know flew with delta and their fifty percent acidy but the plains probably at twenty percent. The entire times never sat next anybody. The airports were empty. There was nobody tells you. Get to the hotel. You're gonna rapid tests and then have dinner and then get another cogan tasks and then fly back on things so you know it was. It was definitely weird traveling for sure. But i don't know. I mean i think has their own their own their own views on on that you know i mean now. Traveling worries me way more than traveling last because there was no one moving around now airplanes route. One hundred percent acidy In like i was in took a little vacation in april and like the airports like j. Was insane and it was so busy with mr like it could so at you know i'm more worried about traveling now Then i was traveled with with kobe. And like you said different restaurants were selling off. You know they're wine-cellars..

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"thatcher" Discussed on Spoon Mob

Spoon Mob

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Spoon Mob

"That had spent five years at like them olympia. For example that edit berry different approach it was the most anal retentive kitchen that i've i've never worked in. It was rattle so like there's an germ that is in the bay area. It's all really industry like greens eight moments and it. Kind of stems from a stories and juliet like the french laundry. Where somebody got weaned out for not cutting their scissors with earthen the green tape that you were right on on a container not cutting with scissors. So somebody had just worn it in. That was like the the most easy thing at what i mean like. We cleaned our states in multiple times day. There was somebody sweeping the floor on a set schedule. Every fifteen minutes like it was. It was really an amazing for work and despairing these Wanted it was also at the time. I mean you know we were rising. Read need through the san pellegrino pitiless and so we were doing guest. Dinners with with all of these really amazing chaffetz and we cooked with magnus nielsen. Which was incredibly full bench. Sheree came in. There is just really all of these great steps that were popping up and We were playing around. You go foraging in the morning or like with with daniel for like all these different ingredients and stuff and also working and also really trying to keep things local and in sustainable. We didn't sur- there wasn't caviar. There wasn't flog raw. There wasn't any of these luxury ingredients. I mean probably the most luxury ingredient that we offered there was probably Abalone and that's about it. I mean honestly like it was. It was a lot of vegetables wasters but yeah it was. I would say most of the time it got some slack. Were obviously you know. You're spending two hundred bucks and you're getting seventy five percent vegetables. You know back in two thousand twelve or eleven..

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"thatcher" Discussed on Spoon Mob

Spoon Mob

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Spoon Mob

"That i helped them a jew and i took over when i came back. I became the sushi of the restaurant which was a really interesting experience of being so young and and being in those roles. Jonathan was pretty. Berates them inspirational. I mean he. She was really the first check that i worked with. That was not only shepherd but a business owner that also thought about the front of house That thought about the wine that thought about the cocktail programs that thought about costs. You know just all. He was a chef and also the businessman and it was really interesting on to kind of sit down and have other saved syndrome especially in the in. The opening crosses where we would walk around the space and talk about construction architects. You know things that like as a cook you don't really pay much attention to but as your career goes on turns out to be something that adds a lot of edge moving just sort of a director or manager position so i helped them get the restaurant open but i was. I was. I was young and i was hungry and i was like. I've overdone windsor. Like i i need something that makes me a little uncomfortable. I need something that pushes me and challenges me you know. I think a lot of people in small cities you get comfortable. You know you don't wanna leave. And and i didn't want that for myself. And so i had bird of a a shadow. Moving to canada from the j So warren garrity was one of here. Right-hand men and yes. He was moving to in couture to run west restaurant. Which even to this day. Western restaurant is probably on the top. You know three or five listings in. Sicily has been It's always not amazing shafts. And it's a really beautiful restaurant. I heard that he was. He was going there and i was like. Oh well i just went to your cci months as just travelling around on As soon as i turned eighteen. I was literally already in the air. Where did you go in europe. I weren't everywhere winsome. Linda benefits In then just made my way down in round and backed up italy. I went as far south as naples and as far north as a train. I flew to sweden for a little bit. I was in stock phone in a small town shopping. Which is actually university down. I was visiting brand there and they actually had some pretty good food When i was there as well. And then i've back. I was oliver france for a little while. Aries sneeze marseille. I went to switzerland geneva first few days and that was kind of the trip and it was you know is eighteen. So i couldn't really afford to eat at the sort of michelin-starred licensed on but what i did try to do was eat at all of the small kind of local places visit. I mean every single day was at a market. I'm just like buying schreuder at the time. Airbnb didn't exist. unfortunately so it was. You couldn't really like go to the market and buy meat and cooked. But i was there. And i've seen what ingredients. Were buying buying what i could taste. It was really amazing experience. And i think like leaving windsor getting out of that in seeing the art of the world. That really liked i. I've never experience in being along newly made me hungry. And so when. I when i found out that warren was moving to vancouver's i literally just left i just i just moved to vancouver ch- i didn't have a job and you know i called the restaurant called..

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"thatcher" Discussed on Spoon Mob

Spoon Mob

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Spoon Mob

"Welcome to another episode of chef's and guests on the spoon mob. Podcast feed this week. I'm joined by thatcher baker briggs. He's a certified small. Ea out of california. I i met him. When we ate at cezanne a couple years ago at the time on had basically everybody on the floor in the.

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Scotland's Long Road to Independence

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Scotland's Long Road to Independence

"My name's george. Miller and my guest this month is rory scoth on an edinburgh based writer who has an article this month. Addition of the paper entitled is scotland closer to independence. Rory is also co author of the book. Rock wins a treacherous guide to the state of scotland published. Twenty sixteen. And when. I spoke to him recently. I was kid to get his update. On the current state of scotland. The two thousand sixteen brexit referendum in which scotland voted strongly to remain in the eu. And boris johnson's twenty nine thousand nine hundred. Uk general election confirmed growing divide between how scotland and england see their respective futures. The scottish national party secured a fourth successive electoral victory in last month's scottish parliamentary elections but the path to independence is still far from straightforward. So where does the snp go from here in pursuit of that objective. We'll come onto that. But rory's piece begins with a comment margaret thatcher made in the nineteen eighties whereas she offered a vision of modernisation. She asserted her. Opponents wanted to turn the uk inter museum society. Rory rights thatcher underestimated the appeal of museum society labor overestimated last him. To tell me more was one of the key things to understand about. Thatcherism is that this was not a return to the nineteenth century. This walson the state stripping away all the gains of one thousand nine hundred eighty five. There was an element of -absolutely. But really it was something new the power of neoliberalism as i think a lot of people and left know very well. The power of neoliberalism was at a offered. Something new offered a form of progress that a lot of people on the left had thought until then the right could not offer. It offered a vision of the future. That kind of took the left by surprise. I think

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New Years Eve Festivities

Extraterrestrial

04:40 min | 1 year ago

New Years Eve Festivities

"Happy new year listeners. We made it as finally less than twenty four hours left in the year. Twenty twenty if you're just joining us. Welcome i'm alistair myrddin. And this is superstitions a spotify original from podcast in this podcast we use short stories to explore the ways in which human beings interact with luck and fate in each episode. We peel back the layers of mystery surrounding peculiar rituals totems and practices. Today's episode is a very special one. C. you may not believe in santa claus leprechauns or the easter bunny. But new year's eve is the one holiday where everyone becomes a little superstitious because the future is uncertain and new year's eve is when we take a moment out of our lives to face that uncertainty head on according to cultures around the world. What you do on new year's eve will determine the trajectory of the next three hundred and sixty five days for good and ill. So maybe don't relax on this. Last day of twenty twenty after ruled a whole new year is at stake coming up. We'll see some practices from people around the globe and hope none of them drop the bowl. Time never stops it. Never waits never stand still for anyone throughout human history. We've given it to name a face a persona. Even cronos carla banged goon. Bang rune the knowns father time all these deeds he's only there to moscow truth. That time is the one thing that will remain forever out of human control when our story starts time is running out all over the world. It was already january. First in the area known as ut. C plus fourteen the earliest time zone senator earth but in the western hemisphere it was still december thirty first and all manner of hustling and bustling was afoot in. London beleaguered playwrights. Emily jordan would receive a parcel from her irish mother containing a single sprig of mistletoe. And a note saying. Please put this under your pillow when you go to sleep tonight. Emily knew what this charm was supposed to mean. It was a way to ensure a single woman found romance in the new year in atlanta georgia griffin. The hair murphy was also rushing out for some last-minute groceries. He found himself laying. Low the business partner darius who insisted they have collard greens and black-eyed peas. Dinner who was griffin to deny a southern tradition. Farther north america's central hub for new year's new york city was teeming with activity there. Ruth oltman gathered dozens and dozens of confetti poppers and blowers of various sizes. She was once told that noisemakers with scare off evil spirits and in her haunted brooklyn apartment complex. She wouldn't take any chances at the same time in midtown manhattan. A man named thatcher refused to loan out any money to his friends. He saw on a logistical online. That it was bad luck too low. Now money new year's eve it lonely guarantee they'll keep coming back to you for the rest of the year. Each of these individuals was engaged in different superstitious ritual. They followed wildly different rules. That had originated in different parts of the globe yet. They all had the same purpose to ensure good fortune of one form or another in the coming year. What none of these people realized indeed. What very few people understand is that it wasn't just their personal luck on the line. For new year's eve is special. It's a gateway in time a moments when all humanity takes a deep breath then walks hand in hand into the future and it's in moments like these that anything can happen

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There Is Real Value In The 'Truthiness' Of Fictionalised History

Trent365

03:01 min | 1 year ago

There Is Real Value In The 'Truthiness' Of Fictionalised History

"Fictionalized. History is essentially where you take something out of history and event or person and you sprinkle on a little bit of featuring a little bit of creative and poetic license if you like to try and make that story. More relatable more understandable more relevant to a modern audience perhaps and a great example of that would be some of these series. That you see on netflix or movies that you see on netflix. For example like the crown. Which is the story of the british royal family now. The current series has just recently launched. And it's cop the bit of flack for historical inaccuracies. And that's led to a conversation about the role of fictionalized history. Because in a way it's a lie. It's not a truth. But then the people who defend this version this autistic version is fictionalized of history. Will tell you that the truth is generally a failing nuance thing truth and reality of failing nuanced. And it's pretty hard to get those nuances across in maybe a ten episode series or two l. movie but by by adding a little creative round the story as low as it's true to the overall message it's actually a much better way to get that message across and to get a better understanding of the reality of history maybe the truth of history but the reality of history and it's something that i heard russell brand talking about today where he talked about the truthfulness which i think is a great would describe it because it's not strictly speaking. The truth is not the facts but it actually really is reality. Probably if it's done well and most people tend to say that this current series of the crown is still getting the overall message across. It's not necessarily the one hundred percent of the things that happened off. Factually correct about the truthfulness of it is still there. And i think the thing that they're coming across now is. The current series is about margaret thatcher. Times and princess diana's times which this people alive today still recall those events and so they poking holes in the history whereas the facts of the history whereas in previous episodes previous series. Sorry of the same show. They were talking so far back. That people weren't necessarily alive to question. So i think in a world of fake news. I think it's an interesting perspective. to think about. The truth innis of fictionalized history. Because if you really want to tell a story you've gotta get it relevant to today's audience. You've got to get the audience engaged. And i think a little bit of fiction around the facts is probably a good way to do it again. In light of the world the world of fake news that we live in that fake news era that has been created around us. I just think it's an interesting perspective on a friday.

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The Crown season 4

The Watch

08:47 min | 1 year ago

The Crown season 4

"I am now joined by. Amanda dobbins our resident expert. Amanda thanks for joining me again. My pleasure your pleasure to watch these middle. Three episodes of the crown season four absolutely crushing. It this stuff. Is this really good. We're talking today about favorites fagin and taryn knowle's ands basically. It's the episode with all the kids. The episode with the guy breaks into the palace and the episode. Where charles and diana go to australia. And i have to say that i think four. I've seen a few people dating for here and there for some reason. Maybe because it's too too well kind of put too much of a bow on it. I think it's fucking extraordinary. Like if i i thought that favorites was a really like startling achievement in dramatic writing and just in terms of the amount of stuff that they burn through in the way that they bring all these characters. What did you. What did you think of that episode. I agree with you. And i have not seen any criticisms because i don't really consume social media anymore but anyone who thinks it's too neat or they put a bow on it. I guess find another show This is peter. Marin is a playwright. There is a lot of construction and intentional cinematic and exposition all dialogue and set pieces built into this. It's not. it's not that it's obvious but all of it is very crafted. So i agree with you that i thought episode four was tremendous in terms of the amount of like and setup that they managed to convey to you in a very effective way. Because we don't really know anything about two of the four children barely met any of them and has been kind of a side character and so there are four children who get their own scenes and moments and so you have to develop those characters. You have to develop the queen's relationship to all of them. You also have the margaret thatcher thematic connection of the of the children. And you're drying out a little bit about margaret thatcher's relationship to women as well which is an important larger thematic episode. And also you've got the falklands war. I mean it's and they do it definitely and i thought about something you say a lot. Which is the crown doesn't like doesn't waste a moment. They just pick the scenes they pick the lines. And you know everything you need to know. That is so hard and they nail it. I mean they do a lot of stuff that i think other shows would probably shy away from because it would feel too like they were showing you too many of their cards so i kept thinking about the scene between elizabeth and an you know they go riding out. This is the thing that they sort of both share this love of horses even though and is obviously phillips favorite. And that's like in the way that that gets conveyed in the beginning and their conversations heartbreaking you know like their conversation is legitimately breaking and i think you could look at what an says. She's like. I used to enjoy being the difficult on and scaring people and now i don't feel like have any control over that anymore and you could be like well like you might go your entire life and never have that level of self awareness. You know you may have to go through thirty years of therapy to find that out about yourself and this young woman just like sort of pops out off when confronted by her mother on iran day. But it's beautiful writing. It's just it's just like amazing writing. And i thought the performances specifically in that scene mostly because the three sons come off as absolute troll lords in this episode mean. Yeah but the scene in particular was was quite lovely thought. Listen i think that there are levels of emotional breakthrough and clarity in this. Show that it's never happened in real life and certainly have never happened in the uk and to anyone who is absolutely senior no country just a lot of time talking about salads in england too early because they get a lot of salad industry and how to their salads or just blue cheese and bacon their emotional relationships are blue cheese and bacon. Do they are not. They're not doing the the smart greens. Now i mean it's it's a tv show and we are projecting emotions and trying to figure out how these people felt about the facts that we know are true. That's what we think is so interesting about episode for which made me reflect a little bit of on the queen character in this season and an interesting thing is happening. We talked a little bit about this on the last episode. Where libya coleman is kind of popping out a little bit and coleman is one of the great actresses of time and also i find her personally hilarious so i think that that's great but i see moments where it nothing is on the page and it's just olivia colman giving it that sense of humor giving it that timing Or maybe even the character is being a little bit written to her strengths and that is also a little bit because the queen is not. i mean. she's not a side character but the way they're telling the story is about all of the other people and events who are kind of crowding into that character's life and how she's bouncing all of it but episode four is just it's about the queen and all of their writing it's character development that is in line with the past three seasons that we've seen and it's pretty extraordinary and i think libya coleman also does like a great job with the actual written script and the character and the reacting to like the horror show of her children. I mean they all are. Do you have a favorite of the four. Who is your favorite on the shore in real life. No on the show. I don't really i. It's shifted i think blassie's and it would have been charles and yeah and this season it's probably end. Although let me get to the end of it. I mean it's obviously not editor andrew. So yeah. I wanted to just quickly before we get into edward andrew charles. A little bit ask you you start this episode up. Did you expect the wedding. No if only because number one. I read some spoilers about how they don't show the wedding but i do also think in their when charles and diana yes yes. The most watched royal wedding. I think of all time. I i don't. I should have gotten this statistics. It was close to a billion people. Watch it. I mean that was everywhere and people taped it and watched it over and over again rate including me who. Dvr it when bbc america riera it before the wedding harry and meghan and it was part of their like twelve hour block of programming. I watched all of it i. It's pretty boring. They didn't really have their production values in one thousand nine hundred one that we expect from royal wedding now anyway but no. There was sort of finality to episode three and there was something intentional about the way they showed their rehearsal and kind of the real behind the scenes emotions where i was like. Okay this is an interesting choice and like this is what we're going to get and also i've seen it before was do because like they wouldn't be a lot of opportunity for people to be talking during that so unless there would be some fagin like wrinkle history that they wanted to explore not really sure what they would do their right. I mean it happened at such a scale that even it would defy the crown's siegi budget. I will say. I was surprised that diana disappeared for new episodes. We'll get episode five. But she is very briefly shown and she is heavily pregnant when she shown episode four. And she just won't come out of the room and in one way. That's really all you need to know. About how their marriage is going and how everything is you know how everything is is shaken out but on the other hand i was like uh this is a choice. Diana pretty popular. Yeah yeah no. I thought that the dow is interesting. Also the suggestion. That charles is starting to become under the influence of these gurus and like self help nutritionist. Which i didn't. I didn't know that about him. Oh yeah the the lawrence vander past reference. I only know about this from the tina brown book. But apparently he brought those books on their honeymoon and then tried to get diana who was twenty at the time of their wedding to read the books and discuss them over for dinner on their honeymoon. So that's how that went

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Mariah Carey Excited About The Release Of The Crown Season 4

Jason and Alexis

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Mariah Carey Excited About The Release Of The Crown Season 4

"Never actually endorses anything except for herself as we all know. But the crown Netflix actually sent her a promotional box of it looks like there's liquor in there, and I have a little video of her unboxing that gift. It's all about Margaret Thatcher and promoting Season four of the crown. Look at this. It's the crown, okay? So it's like the red box where the queen or the king gets the red box and I'm excited. They sent this to me. Thank you so much. Look what? Look at the attention to detail. I don't even know what he thinks is real. This is a moment. This is what they sent. In honor of season four. We wish to offer a rare glimpse into the iron Lady herself, Margaret Thatcher. This'll get edited. I know Look at this secret surprise of the Margaret Thatcher. Situation. Listen, I don't know what to say. If you haven't watched the crown, you are missing out. Go What Season one. Watch it through now. I don't even do this happy thing. I never do this. It's the best. I can't wait also. So good to see that she's really excited about the crown on you know who else is excited guys along with

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"thatcher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"thatcher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"With Congressman Andy Harris and asked him about Governor Hogan's latest provisions with regard to covet 19. It's Hillary O'Connor show at halftime here halfway through the program, that's all coming up, but first All right. I have a bit of an Anglophile. I mean, I like me. Some BBC shows. I like me. Some Harry Potter movies like me, the great British bake off and I really do like this series the crown. It's focused on a very extensive way. It's fictionalized history. But it's focused quite a bit on the reign of Queen Elizabeth the second and it is a remarkable one, of course, spanning from the World War two era all the way up to well, I'm guessing it's going to take it through present day. But the latest season the fourth season of this series on Netflix has come out in the eighties and the eighties in England was about two things Charles and Diana and Margaret Thatcher and I'm not a Big Charles and Diana aficionado, But I'll tell you this. I don't like the way they're portraying Margaret Thatcher. Joining us right now to discuss that is now Gardner. He's the director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom at the Heritage Foundation, also a former aide to the Iron Lady. Now, thanks for joining us It's my pleasure, Larry. Thanks coming on the show. Well, first of all, I think that the actress the actress, by the way, is Gillian Anderson from the X Files and she portrays. It's almost feels like a caricature. It's like somebody doing a Maggie Thatcher impersonation instead of actually, somebody embodying this person, wouldn't you say? Yeah, It's only a very interesting fulfills. So I've I've seen the first four episodes off season 10 Andre. So we've we've quarter. You know, quite a few glimpses of Off our lady, the Iron lady being portrayed in the first four episodes on I think it's you know, it's rather it's rather mixed. Actually think first on On the positive side, I would say that Building the first part off this season. The betrayal of Margaret Thatcher is more sympathetic than I than I expected. And there are some very good scenes where Lady Thatcher talks about hunting down IRA terrorists after the assassination of Lord Mountbatten. Also, I think the scenes of lady factor strong leadership with regard to the leader of the Falklands War are done done very well. But, as you say, on the other hand, there are there are some scenes where she comes comes across is is really just a Sekaric a chair off off the iron lady rather than embodying the greatness off someone who was one of the greatest figures of our time, So I think it's very mixed in terms of it. It's overall portrayal of return, Of course, the You know the makers of the crown, the producer of the show, have done a good job overall in terms off, I think the you know the production design the scene setting the cinematography. It's for you, but you know, class production something to be desired. 30 in terms of some of the portrayals in this in this season. I agree. And you mentioned the Falkland War and the protection of the Falkland Islands assed part of the British Commonwealth. And they narrative they create suggests that Margaret Thatcher mobilized the British military in the Falklands conflict as a result of her frustration over her missing son, who had been lost for several days in Algiers and that, you know She felt powerless about finding her son, and therefore I'm going to send the military out for this. This this this this war? Um, Azaz in some ways, some emotional release. Did you pick that up? Because that's how I saw. So I I didn't see that. I think it's in episode. Three actually, after through four. That's before I would say that the crown basically conflating two separate issues here. The the fact that Mark Thatcher Lady Patterson went missing for several weeks on bifocals war there. They are not related at all on by think that this show delivery completes the two Onboard. Oh, way. I think where they were. They related a tall assuming, of course, you know. Margaret Thatcher was hugely concerned about her, her son going missing in Africa. I think the Paris to Dakar race, actually. But this in no way had any impact course on her leadership off the Falcons war on Daz is often the case of these Hollywood sort of dramas. They like to complete a sort of a family drama together with You know some big picture for political issues, But the reality is that you know Margaret Thatcher was the lion s on the world stage who who are insured that British territory in the South Atlantic, the Fortune Islands. We're taking back off. Argentina invaded the islands in 1982 on Margaret Thatcher ensured the British territory was returned to the British people and of the fortune Islanders were liberated. We're staying with now Gardner, director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom at the Heritage Foundation, and the Serious certainly portrays a frosty relationship between Prime Minister Thatcher and Queen Elizabeth. Is that your understanding of the I would think they would have so much in common and and Queen Elizabeth would actually be very impressed with Margaret Thatcher politically as well as her incredible story at how she rose from, you know, daughter of a grocer to become the first female prime minister. The United Kingdom. Yeah, that stuff, actually, a very a very good question. And I should mention that I worked for Lady Thatcher after she was primary advised. Not actually there at the time. Uh, you know, during the depiction of off the crown this season of the crown, but I would say this that you know. Margaret Thatcher always had tremendous respect for Queen Elizabeth fact and my understanding is that the two actually got on far better than than portrayed in the TV series the crown.

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What Biden's America could look like

The Economist: Editor's Picks

11:22 min | 1 year ago

What Biden's America could look like

"In much of the world and nowhere more. So than among america's allies joe biden's victory has come as a great relief under his presidency. There will be no more bullying and threats to leave. Nato america will stop treating the european union as a photo on trade or its own forces stationed in south korea as a protection racket in place of donald. Trump's wrecking bowl. Mr biden will offer an outstretched hand working over simply on global crises. From kuroda to climate change under mr trump america's favorability ratings in many allied countries sank to new lows. Mr biden promises to make america a beacon again a champion of lofty values and the defender of human rights leading as he puts it in his acceptance speech not only by the example of our pa but by the power of our example allies are central to mr biden's vision he rightly sees them as a multiplier of american influence tuning a country with a quarter of global. Gdp into a force with more than double that he is also a multilateral by instinct on his first day in office he will rejoin the paris agreement on climate change which america formerly left on november the fourth unlike mr trump. He believes it is better to lead the world health organization than to leave it. He will reinvigorate arms control a priority being to ensure order new. Start the last remaining. Nuclear pact with russia is extended beyond february the fifth he would like to rejoin the nuclear deal with iran that mr trump dumped if he can persuade the iranians to go back into compliance inevitably. America's friends have a long list of things they hope it will do as it reimburses global leadership the demand stretch from places and organizations. Mr trump has abused such as the un and allies like germany. Two parts of the world. He has ignored such as much of africa. And it will not be smooth traveling not all countries in our style jake for a return to obama era politics when america lead from behind and blood. It's red lines. Several countries on nato's front line with russia like the way defenses. Have been beefed up under mr trump and asian allies like how mr trump has confronted. China talked a free and open indo pacific and worked on the cloud with australia india and japan. Mr biden needs to prove that he will not turn soft. His priorities will be to quell virus and improve the economy on both counts. He can count on little support and much pushback. If the senate is under republican control as is likely such troubles at home have probably also exacerbated. The country's reluctance to take on more foreign burdens. Who can be sure that world-weary jacksonians will come galloping. Back in twenty twenty four. Perhaps even with mr trump in the saddle so rather than pile demand upon needed demand. America's allies should go out of their way to show that they have learned to pull their weight. Nato partners for example should not relax defense spending just because mr trump is no longer bullying them. Germany should pay heed to french. Average to build european defense capacity. there is scope to do so without undermining nato europeans could lend a big hand to france in these suheil in asia. The quad could keep deepening naval and other cooperation. Japan and south korea should restrain their feuding taiwan or to make a more serious contribution to its own defense. I should also work with america to repair the international order. They can support efforts to resist chinese or russian rule. Bending many countries will want to join mr biden's efforts at concerted carbon cutting mr biden will face a world full of problems but he will also start with strengths. Thanks to mr trump. He has sanctions on adversaries including iran and venezuela that he can use as chips and among friends he can seek to convert relief at renewed american engagement into stronger. Burden-sharing is allies would be wise to answer that call with enthusiasm. Finally how princess diana shaped british politics netflix's flagship series. The crown has done a fine job of telling the story of postwar britain through the prism of the monarchy. The previous series nephew is in the mid nineteen seventies mired in the miners strike and the three day week new one which began streaming on november fifteenth. Introduces us to two women. Who were destined to change the country in profound ways margaret thatcher and lady diana spencer lady thatcher made it clear from the first but she was in the business of changing the nation. They design a spencer was a bird of a very different feather. Shy girl who had failed all her o levels twice and had no interest in politics she was brought onto the national stage for the soaker of producing mail as to the throne yet. The country is still living with her political legacy as surely as it is with lady. Thatcher's princess diana's genius was to mix two of the most profound forces of modern politics emotion and anti elitism into a powerful populist cocktail. She was one of the modern masters of the politics of emotion. Feeling the people's pain just as they felt hers. She repeatedly outmaneuvered prince. Charles during long war of the wales's because she was willing to bare her soul in public interview with martin bashir of the bbc in november. Nineteen ninety-five is now the focus of controversy as her brother earl. Spencer claims that it was obtained under false pretenses using forged documents. Whatever the reason for it. The interview was a masterclass in emotional manipulation at one pivotal moment. Princess diana acknowledged that she would never be queen but hope that she would be queen of people's hearts. The princess used her mastery of the politics of feeling to turn himself into a champion of the people against the powerful. The people's princess in tony blair's raise she patronized charities that helped marginalized folks such as hiv patients and kept company with pop stars and celebrities rather than with the usual royal wax. Books the most memorable music at her funeral was not an historic him. But a song by elton john adapted for herbert originally written about another icon. Turn victim marilyn monroe. Anti elitism was directed. Not at the monarchy's wells. She happily lived in kensington palace and received a seventeen million pound. That's twenty three million dollar divorce. Settlement plus four hundred thousand pounds a year but added stunted emotional state the traditional deal to which royal side allow them to behave as they liked in crowded kings have almost always had mistresses because they marry her reasons of dynasty not compatibility so long as they behaved with decorum in public princess. Diana regarded this humbug. She succeeded in reconciling the most. Jarring of opposites despite being a top tier aristocrat. Her family the spencers. Look down on the windsors this german carpetbaggers. She was universally known as die. Her death in a car crash won her a spectacular posthumous victory against the royal court. It produced the greatest burst public lack remission. Britain has ever seen and led to widespread demands that the royal should display more emotion. As if the damn cheek could replace the stiff upper lip as the definition of britishness. What would really do the monarchy. Good show that they had grasped the lesson of diana's popularity and editorial in the independent thundered would be for the queen and the prince of wales to breakdown cry and hug one another on the steps of the abbey this saturday. Cincinnati death emotional. Populism has threaded through politics. Tony blair presented himself as the people's prime minister. He championed cool. Britannia surrounded himself with popstars and urged his staff to call me. Tony the next conservative prime minister call me. Dave cameron a distant relation of princess. Diana's adopted this combination of compassion signaling. Hugging hoodies is instead of cracking down on juvenile delinquents and studied informality relaxing and kitchen suppers replacing previous. Tory premier stiffness. Both men were responsible to that emotional. Populism interfere with the affairs of state domestic and foreign policy choices continued to be conducted according to the dictates of reason evidence brexit tears. By contrast follow the diana's script they appeal to the heart rather than the had to win their arguments. They used feelings of patriotism and resentment rather than facts about trade flows. They denounced the elites for trying to straight the wisdom of the people in much the same way as diana files denounce the palace for ignoring the people's emotions lay turned on the nation's core institutions. Parliament the civil service the supreme court when they suspected attempts to frustrate their wishes they succeeded in defeating the establishment in much the same way as princess diana had by claiming to stand for emotion rather than reason and the people rather than the elite alexander. Boris federal johnson has reconciled the opposites. He embodies justice. She did a card carrying member of the metropolitan elite. He has managed to sell himself as a man of the people as she was die. So he is. Boris the first series of the crown shows a young queen. Elizabeth studying water badgett's english constitution under the guidance of henry. Martin the vice provost of eton who kept a pet raven in a cage and address the on crisis gentlemen budgets. Great work distinguishes between the dignified branch of the constitution. The monarchy and the efficient branch elected politicians implicit in that distinction is badges perception. That emotions pose a dangerous threat to the proper conduct of politics. The monarchy provides a controlled lead for them thus enabling responsible people to get on with the difficult task of running the country by using people's feelings as the fuel for her astonishing career princess. Diana broke that safety valve britain will be living with the consequences of the emotional populism that she helped to release for years to come.

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"thatcher" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"thatcher" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Where off her actions and how they relate to Other women in her universe than Potentially Margaret Thatcher was, for instance. Well, I appreciate that. And just one more question before you go now, you know, we were talking to Claire Foy when she started on the crown, and we talked a little bit about how the queen was sort of this unknowable person to her, and then She developed a great empathy for the queen through playing her. And you know, we were talking earlier about the complexity of playing someone like market Thatcher and how polarizing she was just too some I wonder if you could relate to that did play Margaret Thatcher perhaps give you more empathy for who she was as a person. I'm not sure if empathy is the right word. I would probably say and understanding for how she became the woman that she became She she was a self made woman. She she grew up in a very frugal household, and her father was a no alderman, And she helped in the Hay was a grocer, and she was a grocer's daughter, and she helped Shop, and and so she, um On. They were incredibly religious. It was a Methodist household. And so when, when you understand all of that, it's easier to understand where she's come from and how she got to the world that she created for herself. And so I think it's just it's understanding. It's not that it's not necessarily compassion. It's not necessarily empathy. I think you can understand how she became who she became Andre yet Still, you know, disagree with a lot of the things that she might have done, and yet at the same time, be impressed by her brain or her work ethic or the fact that she was a woman of stature at that particular time, so Yeah, she's she's She's complicated, and I think it's important to that The Syrians embraces All of her complexities well, and as it does throughout the whole series, Gillian Thank you so much for your time. Thank you. Gillian Anderson plays former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the upcoming season of the Crown. Season. Four premieres Friday, November 15th on Netflix..

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Kosovo's president resigns to face war crimes charges

War Room

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Kosovo's president resigns to face war crimes charges

"Cost of a president Hashim Thaci has resigned from office announcing a special court at The Hague was indicting him for war crimes. Mr Thatcher told a news conference he was stepping down so that he wouldn't face trial while serving as president. He said his resignation would protect the integrity of Kosovo and called on people to remain calm. Kosovo specialist Chambers has yet to respond to. Mr Thatcher's statement earlier this year had confirmed the prosecutors had issued an indictment but said an investigating judge still had the option to confirm or dismiss charges. Quarter's investigating allegations that former leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army committed war crimes and crimes against humanity in the late 19 nineties. That's to BBC correspondent guide Deloney.

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Kosovo's president resigns to face war crimes charges

BBC Newshour

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Kosovo's president resigns to face war crimes charges

"The president of Kosovo. Hashim Thaci has resigned after saying that a special Kosovo tribunal in the Hague had confirmed his indictment on war crimes charges. Here's our Balkans correspondent Guide alone E. Mr Thatcher told a news conference he was stepping down so that he wouldn't face trial while serving as president. He said his resignation would protect the integrity of Kosovo and called on people to remain calm. Kosovo specialist Chambers has yet to respond to. Mr Thatcher's statement earlier this year, had confirmed that prosecutors had issued an indictment but said an investigating judge still had the option to confirm or dismiss charges. Quarter's investigating allegations that former leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army committed war crimes and crimes against humanity in the late 19

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"thatcher" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"The journalist Peter Hitchens you as birth a bit again as noted in his mail and Sunday column that mrs. Thatcher reaction to an earlier period of beard growth in his part as far as mrs. Thatcher or lady Thatcher who sometimes had to injure me as a lowly member of the press pause on the flights that brought you never said anything you could just feel the Frozen disebut of disapproval emanating from her. Mrs. Thatcher famously band beards in a cabinet and John Selwyn Gummer a rare650 Tori with a bed had to shave his beard off before joining the cabinet. It is not known what the origins of mrs. Thatcher's hatred of birds was but it's sort that she felt that bears were strongly associated with Rebellion. And the political left a search of the Factor foundation are closed for the term beard produces not a single result the beard Liberation Front organize the keys flat said mrs. Thatcher divided Britain between the page even in a suit not have been nineteen. Ninety. Seven. Tony Blair's cabinet at the most beard since nineteen forty-five making the start more socially Progressive area era Blair himself was clean-shaven off the nest Boris Johnson. You never want to be it has returned to the dispatcher right Pocono phobia. So there we go. Mrs. Slaughter. Apparently. It really didn't like the hirsute. She didn't like the way the bids the bed at men the bearded lady's the bearded anybody. So while Wimbledon Olympics would postpone this year. It takes more than a pandemic to disrupt catering's Global sporting event. Philip Hollow bone. The town's MP was informed the commons that is annual World puddle jumping Championship will be held on line where competitors invited to send in videos their effing. Will be judged and height enthusiasm distance of Splash and the amount of mud that covers the participant a brilliant idea. Guess Jacob rees-mogg. Second mention a mr. Mold this show who revealed Thursday is a big fan of puddle jumping or tell them a dosis teller top their doses. I think I'm just going to call it puddle jumping because of his enthusiasm to Peppa Pig which often is a sport that pepper often plays a role in I think a number of my children would enjoy doing it very much. I hope it makes them where their galoshes all their Wellington Boots. So naughty naughty. Naughty Boris Becker bankrupt Boris Becker, the former champion of Wimbledon accused of hiding his Wimbledon trophies took us back ahead is Wimbledon championship trophies and Olympic gold medal from his bankruptcy trustees the court heard during the week. He's accused of concealing nine items of silverware.

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"thatcher" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And in great Britain and the limitations that they had. And It was. He said that what Margaret Thatcher It was one of my favorite people. Certainly one of my top three Favored politicians. And she was a brilliant leader and had so much wisdom. And she said, you know, She came to the realization that I was after He had been in office for a while, maybe even at the office. That You can't fix something. When you have a 50% plus one. In other words and majority of people. All part of the system of socialism. You can never go back. You can never go back because it would take the vory people. That are Receiving their livelihood from socialism to vote out their livelihood. See when we get over M word already a 48%. By the end of the Bide administration will probably be closer to 58%. When we get so many people dependent upon government government could do whatever they want, because all government has to do is threaten the 58% or 51%. Whatever it is with the notion that a vote for so and so is going to be a vote for the loss of your All this. You have your livelihood. Your your ability to exist. That's what you're voting out if you vote for so and so That's why we say That if you don't go to trump if you don't vote for Trump Understand It's not an experiment, but it's just try by now. It's not an experiment. First of all by June. Kamala Harris is going to be president. I hope you understand that. So vote for Biden is a vote for Camilla..

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"thatcher" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"In great Britain and the limitations that they had. And It was. He said that what Margaret Thatcher It was one of my favorite people. Certainly one of my top three favorite politicians. And she was a brilliant leader and had so much wisdom. And she said, you know, She came to the realization that I was after She had been in office for a while, maybe even at the office. That You can't fix something. When you have a 50% plus one. In other words and majority of people. All part of the system Socialism. You can never go back. You can never go back because it would take the vory people. That are Receiving their livelihood from socialism to vote out their livelihood. See when we get over M word already a 48%. By the end of the Bide administration will probably be closer to 58% When we get so many people dependent upon government, then government, Khun do whatever they want, because all government has to do is threaten the 58% or 51%. Whatever it is with the notion that a vote for so himself is going to be a vote for the loss of your All this. You have your livelihood. Your your ability to exist. That's what you're voting out if you vote for so and so That's why we say That if you don't go to trump if you don't vote for Trump Understand It's not an experiment, but it's just try by now. It's not an experiment. First of all by June. Kamala Harris is going to be president. Now we understand that Still vote for Biden is a vote for Camilla..

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"thatcher" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"But you know the thing that struck the nation I would argue I know shocked the world international leaders spoke about if you had people like Margaret Thatcher you have people like the former chairman and leader of the party in the German and I want to thank you all I tell you what I'm originally had on something I've heard from some voters maybe not at your event details but the details are irrelevant I just spoke at a Dartmouth care at the medical school or not I guess the one on the campus the people from the medical school or at the I want to be clear I'm not going I'm not sure whether it's the medical corps eligible voters on and fox you know all those Democrats who wanna against incumbents of from Jimmy Carter to a guy named Clinton my good friend guess what they had overwhelming African American support the song is wife as of the van is in Los Angeles backing up in the spring to late fall orders I mean life spring late winter early fall early you must register that weapon you must register when you register it the the likelihood of being used to manage is exponentially quantities are proudest of is getting past getting moved to you getting control of the Paris climate accord I'm a guy that came back after meeting with Deng Xiaoping and making the case that I believe China was going if we put pressure on them why in god's name should someone's cooking coupons in the stock market may in fact pay a lower tax rate for someone who in fact is like I said there.

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"thatcher" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"thatcher" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Reilly update tomorrow morning at ten eleven and twelve noon on eight sixty eight AM the answer do you know who I am yeah you know my name you know my phone axes I grew up in England I grew up on the manga faction and the soul Ron Reagan as a hero so when I found this video on my YouTube feed two days ago it was spooky this is nineteen eighty eight they've known each other for a decade Ronald Reagan was presenting Margaret Thatcher in the White House think about the comparisons to today chilling in a wonderful way Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher nineteen eighty eight I take you for because two things first the the decade would be less dangerous if the west maintain the strength required for peace I'm second that Britain and America would stand side by side in that endeavor those promises have been opponent and honored handsomely we thank you for being such a stone chip and loyal ally and friend to our country together all nations have faced the challenges of our time and have not flinched we forged ahead with strengthening the peace spreading prosperity and safeguarding liberty your conviction Mister president the the new sharp piece is one founded on a strong defense has enabled us to take a post historic step in the reduction of nuclear arms you also have presided over a period of economic expansion unparalleled in peace time in.

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"thatcher" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"thatcher" Discussed on WTRH

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"thatcher" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"thatcher" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of what they earn actually causes the economy to grow. They can't afford for that to take hold. Every time. I mentioned this people say to me rush. Did you tell me that Reagan's massive tax rate reductions caused revenue to the government to double? Yes, almost was like from five hundred billion to four hundred ninety five almost eight hundred ninety nine hundred trillion. So it was close to doubling. And people say well, but but delivers like big government. Why don't they accept that? Why don't they like the fact that lowering taxes creates all this new money because it's not about funding government because they don't care whether the governments in debt or not what they care about is being able to talk about fairness, and unfairness and envy, and the Democrats know that when you're talking about the rich and the middle class. There's about a thousand times more middle class people in there are rich. In other words thousand two thousand times more middle class voters than there are rich voters. And so you keep bashing the rich even though tax cuts generate all kinds of new money for Washington. I've even heard Democrats it's not about that. It's about the rates it's unfair that some guys only paying twenty eight percent when he's secretary's pink twenty-five is not fair. That doesn't sound right. Mabel, you know, what? Well, we're doing great here maple. But maybe some other people are out there. This is how it all builds on itself. Well at some point. As Margaret Thatcher. Always said, the socialists are going gonna run out of other people's money. At some point your taxation of the rich stops being taxation becomes confiscation you when you start taking seventy percent of what people earned even if it's the marginal rate, and I don't have time to explain explain what marginal rates, but the seventy percent marginal rate is not seventy percent on everything except for certain people. It is if you make right now over I think a million or a million and a half you pay the top rate on every dollar, you earn. You don't pay ten percent on the first five thousand twenty eight percent of the next thirty thousand those are the brackets those are the margins the top margin is seventy percent. They want it to be at some point. People are going to stop paying it. They're going to leave. They're going to do whatever they can to avoid being financially. Raped like that. And this has begun to happen now in New York, and I am happy to say that I was at the forefront of the exodus in in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven I played golf with President Trump on Sunday. And we talked about this. And he was telling me so many people in New York he knows that are leaving precisely because of this. Well, governor Cuomo was complaining about this just recently with the numbers, and what governor Cuomo has been forced to do is come out and directly contradict Alexander. The okay. He is out saying raising taxes on the rich is stupid. It's dumb. We can't afford it. We can't do it. Just yesterday. They put out a poll that said seventy percent of the American people support taxing the rich the Democrats were cheering here comes Andrew Cuomo. Well, I'll explain why what has gone wrong in New York. What's happened, right? After this. Courage.

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