13 Burst results for "Thirty Paragraphs"

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on Rattle & Pedal: B2B Marketing Podcast

Rattle & Pedal: B2B Marketing Podcast

03:58 min | Last month

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on Rattle & Pedal: B2B Marketing Podcast

"You know and i say problems in a very undefined way. There's no rpi that kind of fits that because we really don't know what the problem is. In what the potential solution is because the issue may be new you know buying an audit is an rfp yell solving how we kind of grow when we don't know if it's our partners that are impact you know. This is like the bs ps stuff. Right is it because we can't get our strategic priorities aligned. Is it because we have a culture of optionality is it because we lack trust is a you know what is that. I never get our piece. Just never i mean everything that comes to prudent pedal is always either starts off with something that may be defined but more often than not is nebulous and needs definition the intellectual capital agenda and at performance envelope where real selling and helping occurs. As at the periphery of the performance. Because people need sales people at that point because there isn't all of this codification of the problem in the solution in the way forward in some great research by miller. Hyman that was put out on this on win. Buyers really want to engage with sales people in the intellectual capital agenda in what marketing is doing needs to enable these types of conversations. But the things that drive. I want engage with salesperson. I wanted engage much earlier than i would in a traditional transactional all inform myself in content. Marketing approach is the area is going to be new for the buyer. I have never been here before. Like i said to the solution. The problem i should say is for the organization. If we don't get this right it could really damage our business. Three the buyer who's in charge was solving the problem. If he or she doesn't get it right there. Career could be at risk and then this one is really important. I think to professional services as well and the complex selling in general is it's kinda cross a whole bunch of different departments and this is why say problem definition is a redefinition. Is one ballot dating the solutions because there is going to be a whole bunch of solutions and then building consensus is why the intellectual capital agenda and all that stuff we talk about is so important because it empowers modern selling okay. That was a lot to unpack god. We're going to have to have wing like that into twenty thirty paragraphs you went on a roll there but there was a couple of things that jumped out to me that that i thought were interesting and i was trying to form this in my mind as you were talking and it. Was this vague idea. That okay if i were looking for someone to help me build an algorithm. That's something i can vote on our p. For if i were looking for someone to help me figure out how to remove bias inside of my existing algorithm. That's based on ai. That's a fuzzy problem. On the periphery right. And so there's like there's like those analogies like that or what were jumping out to me as you were talking was like there's these core solutions that kinda get rolled up all the time but on the edge.

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"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

07:06 min | 5 months ago

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"I definitely my my knowledge on that particular topic could be grossly. I admit that Well we just matches did this in two minutes. How long have you known about This incident or or i can't pronounce the name. i'll daro. how long have you known about it. I've probably read about twenty years ago right so so you're free minutes. Matt in three minutes did better stars methodology than you did in twenty years saying about maybe you need to kind of up your critical thinking game and your research came. Well i Just because one source says something needs true or false there right but the two sources that matt just quoted from are generally pretty good on a lot of different topics. They're not perfect by any stretch of the imagination but wikipedia is certainly a good ground zero to start researching into your topics. Rational wicky is also another really good ground zero for such clans. so yeah this is all in tim minutes. He found a complete debunking of everything. You just shot The the best of which is simply if there are in fact fifteen foot tall mud walls still standing at site then. It was not ground zero at bats right because nothing survives at ground zero as far as we know because there's too much heat everything melts. So yeah you you. Your source methodology needs. Some work in your critical thinking skills needs some work but not that minor. Perfect or matter perfect. Yeah but i gotta let you go yang. Thanks so much okay. Well you take your eyes or your pro. Thank you very much. I enjoy the call by the way. There's a person in chat who thought they were being clever and said that. There's no way. Matt read the entire wikipedia article and discovered that there were yes. You control f. Is how you search through an entire page. So if i search their entire page in the word radio. Isn't there the word radioactive. Isn't there learn how to use a computer to do research. You can find things very very very quickly and you don't have to read the entire two article to do it and another turk is you can read the first sentence and sometimes you have to read the second to know what the paragraph says and so any twenty or thirty paragraph article. You can pick out the relevant bits. Pretty quickly get a good idea of what's in it especially when someone's making a very specific claim like a nuclear. Detonation happened particular site. So there's two yeah. Use your search tools. Also learn how to read quickly and you scan for what you're looking for in a document. So yeah i. I'm sorry that not everybody can multitask and use google efficiently. But it's a skill. And i worked on it and it makes me able to do some stuff. Anyway we have robert in texas. Who has a question for me about. I was once a believer or so. Welcome robert how can we help you. I just wanted to ask you I had a quick dot Since you were like a christian for twenty five years a want to maybe you go out and look for evidence instead of like following what you believed that that was guy then he told you to have faith what made you go after evidence serve. Understanding skepticism was part of it. But i had a roommate who was an atheist and i was studying with the hope of becoming a preacher and i didn't want to wind up in heaven and have god say hey. Why is this roommate of yours. Who you love like brother going to hell because you didn't learn how to witness properly and so i set out to try to figure out how to convince an atheist in order to help save his soul and in the process applying skepticism and critical thinking i discovered that my reasons for believing were fallacious and not good and since you were a believer then why didn't you think it might be the devil throwing like dogs in your mind or something like that because there isn't evidence for the devil throwing thoughts in my mind either. I don't believe in the devil either. There isn't evidence for it not sufficient air but yeah it was like when you were believable. Like yes like your buddy doing your mind and it could have been the devil. of course. of course it crossed my mind. Robert and when i evaluated it i found that there wasn't evidence to believe that either and also i also like thought like why god doesn't give people evidence like as you wanted to hear that out. Why doesn't god. God does not give evidence like here. God here there's hell healers heaven and i believe that because Most people don't want to follow god out of sincerity. Like i've heard you say before that god is more doug for example and if you believe that why were you wanna follow him if he was real so so. You are literally giving me the answer. That i just replied to while you were on hold. Oh sorry. I didn't listen. Yeah if you had you would understand why. That's an absolute shit argument. And the reason is this. God could could could. God provide evidence. That would convince me that he exists. Yes but that wouldn't change or though none. Okay no stop preaching bullshit about what would change my heart. I asked if god could present evidence that would convince me existed and you correctly said yes and so if god did that then i would absolutely believe that god existed though i may not worship or follow him all right. Yeah you said yeah exactly. So why wouldn't god do it. Because if he exists. And he convinces me exists. All of a sudden this show becomes moot all of a sudden the thousands of people whose minds have been changed. Because this now have something impressive to look at a wisconsin would do that but he doesn't. And why and like even even if you like like seem Like if you think of a god that he so evil he does a bunch of wrong things. Your key exists. I don't think he's evil. Because i don't think he exist. I think the character in your story book is evil. But why won't god reveal himself. Why is he hiding questions to. Yeah and how many times robert. How many times do how many times have you sincerely cried out to god for help and got no answer. Oh quite a few times. How many times have you gotten any answer none. Yeah that's why. I'm an atheist and the second somebody presents. Good evidence for god. I'll stop being an atheist. I may not worship that..

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"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

05:06 min | 6 months ago

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Between the ears right. John and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Yeah it's really hard to read the news because everything is filtered through political correctness and woke this and equity and all this other who and i mentioned a few minutes ago that they've got a story new york times about how the virus and they on santa clara county but it. It's obviously was a widespread issue that that it hurt his hispanic people especially men much more seriously than than other groups and Much more so than any other demographic group and i. I don't even know why they have to separate it into demographic groups because what i noticed is it took a while for them to get there. Is that when they looked at why The the mets age of death for whites in santa clara county from covid was eighty. Six for hispanics. It was seventy three. And i knew why because i'd read it in in other articles for a year and a half now finally. Let's see him. I mean how many pages did it take many pages to take one two three four on the fifth page. Seventy nine ten thirteen sixteen eighteen. Let's see how many paragraphs nineteen twenty twenty one twenty two three four five six seven eight nine all right. Let's say thirty. Just ran it off the thirty and yet to you have to go almost thirty paragraphs before they finally say hispanic americans have high rates of diabetes and obesity. Well that is the bullseye for kovac. That's it if you're not really old with a bad immune system like a lot of people are when they're eighty-six the reason you died was in most cases obesity and diabetes and there were specific reasons the way the virus interacted the body. It's not worth going into here on the radio but you could go look it up and read about it. It's it's the complicated science and that virtually.

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"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

The Knife Junkie Podcast

11:06 min | 1 year ago

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

"So I do that and then if it looks good if it has both of those criteria. I'm I'm in or one of one or the other so I don't actually use them that much. That's that is that is the real thing I think I cut myself more than things to be. Honest my accident so ago while I lost my train of thought there but yeah the the the the point is like having the wheelhouse so for you it is. It is a three inch to three in a yet. Quarter Yup comfortable in the hand and it's got to have a really good action. I really love thumps. Does that work. Well 'cause I'm one of those like trick guys. I do a lot of tricks and stuff like I do. Crazy things with with thumb side. And what do you mean tricks like Iowa? Let's see if I could do it with this. Might be too slim. Yeah I can't do it with this. Actually it's to slim but things like this like the old school stuff like that like. I'll do that while I'm watching TV. Or like I'm waiting around in the shop for customers to come in. I disliked to keep doing that over and over. I don't know if it's an. Adhd thing or a knife guy thing but constantly flipping knives the point where they're going off center right. Which is something I always talk about. People like minded and go off center so mean does it. Does it drive everyone around you nuts or you just talking about? It's a IT'S A. It's not a nervous habit. It's something you want to get better and better You mean with the FIDGETY. Yeah because you said you like thumb. Study like all the old tricks. Yes yes now. You know what people don't get annoyed at it. Kelly my fiancee. She's like used to it. I'm maybe should find it endearing. I Dunno she's a crazy person like I think it's just part of my character man. I've always been a hyperactive guy. Whenever I'm in a group I like to kind of include everyone in. When feels like an outcast so I just have the energy man like? I'm I'm just a hyperactive dude. And I'm always doing something. Let me give you a perfect example. When I'm editing videos on my phone I have one single earbud on this year and I could be listening to a podcast or watching a movie in the other ear and editing a video and I have a third phone three phones avid third phone which I'll use to answer messages. That's how far. Adhd has reached but that is my system to cope with it. Well you could call it. Adhd or you could call it someone with superwide Bandwidth Bruce. Lee's do all sorts of exercise. He was studying and right handed found. So you know people just have extra wide band with. So you know the FIDGETY thing. The opening and closing you said Your Ergonomics Aesthetics in action guy. Yes When I was I had a Greg Medford on the podcast and I mentioned Tim so I have to Medford's that I've gotten recently. And they are like the least fidgety. Knives of time and I think he prides himself on that because I asked him. What do you say to people who WanNa fidget with your knives and find it difficult or something like that? And he's like I'd say if you're a man you shouldn't be for at all. We went down this rabbit hole which I loved. And we all look at Greg Medford for but it was. It was hilarious and his knives and gotten this Pretoria recently. Mar Audaciously on fidgety would probably just open it over and over again man until an with muscle memory my thumb would just know exactly how to do it smoothly. And that's what I would do every knife that I've had. I've gotten accustomed to it and I'll just be watching TV. Even if there's no flipper no thumb stud you have to slow roll. It like I'll figure out a way right right and you build up that cows like for a while the hurts in that weird place. You didn't even know you had nerves and then it comes back in so in in terms of your collection. What is yours. Okay so now. I know you get a lot of stuff from your from the Apex Pass Round Group. What would you keep what you decide to buy? How does that work so I haven't bought anything since the smaller. Ko from designed by Dylan Mallory from Artisanal Cutler. I have two of those one was sent to me the g ten version and then I bought the copper one. That's the last time I bought anything. I always keep user like donated knives unless they want me to do. Give away so someone just gave me a spider coca potter. He's like I have an extra to give it to you and this is like one of my favorite people on Youtube right now. He comments like thirty paragraph things on all my videos. And he's an English major so it's not like just gibberish like okay. This guy took the hour or so right. This and Yeah he just gave me one. That Guy Bobby Bobby gave me knives as well and these are things that I have a personal connection to some never gonna get rid of it. You know if I bought a hinder I. I don't know talking to metal complex. He was like listen. Man You enjoy the hinder for a little while use telling you to get an extra eighteen to three inch one. And once I was done with it I could turn it around for maybe one hundred dollars left in the secondary market and by my next thing. That's kind of like my new expansion to the hobby right now. Is I'm going to buy something big when I'm done with enjoying it. I'll turn it around because I don't I don't get a lot of money right now because you know new business to see boom kicks off which it will. Hey everyone get everyone get into I'm I'm doing my best on my end over here. Yeah that's interesting because I grow attached to things and I don't know if that means I'm a materialist. Or or if I if I Imbue these these things with a soul they don't have but I'll get for instance I I have had five hinders and I've gotten rid of one and of course like their little pangs of regret always but my whole thing is well I grew up in Ohio and hinders our maiden Ohio by a man who you know the earth and then he broke horses and then he became a fire to me it. I have a story behind them and not only to me are they. The the just the greatest. I just love them but they also have. I feel a connection to them. That's deeper than A. It was a gift because I never get rid of a gift knife or or be I just like it so I think I tend to build stories around things and to trap myself into owning them. Is that something that You can relate to. Yes yes it's funny. You mentioned that because while you you're telling me your story I was already thinking of my answer. Which is what really locked me into this hobby so a few years ago my dad passed away suddenly and I was lost man this before. I started my youtube channel and I was getting into Youtube. I started listening to the Joe. Rogan'S PODCAST I was watching Gary and Gary v's always like hey man start there's a business inside you star Youtube Channel. You know like it all this stuff so I got into the knife hobby and I was just looking for every night. Possible I came across a company called Sandra knives from Italy they do. Tungsten Carbide folders fixed. Blades really high end stuff. My Dad's name his clemente he's Filipino. Okay Sandrine makes the first. Tungsten Carbide folder called the Clemente. This nine hundred ninety five dollars I bought it I bought it and actually my highest viewed video is about that knife and the intro to it is notorious for making people feel emotional because like I've had said Pete from southern Canadian authorities. That's how we linked up was he. He was reviewing the TC K. And Fabio was suggested to him and he was like dude. This was the most emotional thing those piano music. The opening line was people. Say That you don't become a man until your father dies and you see it pan through the knife like that's what I was in my cinematography phase. When the channel was more I was trying to make these little movies and I had people like from all over the world. Reach out to me saying like me and my dad passed away to and this brought me back. I connected with them. That's what I really was like. Okay maybe I have something here like. I don't know anything about Nice but if I put like my honesty and feelings in these videos people will respond to it and to this day man like I still have that knife I used it do. There's no way I can sell it. I dropped it so many times. I'm trying to get it kind of Get some maintenance done on it. But it's Kinda hard since Sandra is in Italy and who's going to sharpen the tungsten carbide blade to you know. I lost a screw for the pocket clip. And this is a nine hundred ninety five dollars knife to you know but I always felt like you know my dad. Want me to use this and I'm gonNA keep it forever and this is the Clemente wander up to the two point. Oh now I think so. Yeah I definitely understand that feeling of You know personal connection to To a knife will. That is a really profound personal connect. You know I have a lot of some knives from my grandfather. That mean a lot for me. I mean a lot to me For similar reasons but I mean that video sounds like something have to see. Thank God I still have my father but I mean what are profound connection yes. Sandra like actually reached out to me man and reposted my instagram clip. And said. Hey you know. This is awesome that we were able to. You know by generate this kind of emotion with you and stuff like that and it's funny. I make a lot of videos like that anymore but I do feel that maybe once in a blue moon. I'll make a video like that. I did this funny movie trailer of the Z. T. O. Nine hundred and I did it like an eighties movie. An eighties synth wave in the background. There's like a car and then it's like the bladeless way. I have the movie theater voice. I did my voice and it's a into bladeless wasteland of New York City where creativity means deaths. You like all this stuff and then at the end. I walk into the shot as a drawing and then one can save a can find the oh nine hundred and save the universe. That man is E. D. C. C. And then when I click the knife open. I like morph into reality that It was like and then and then it says with an all star cast starring famous knife designer and I call them lace George George because like lace could mean a laser George door that put Nick Shabazz patties. Potato peelers. I was trying to like wing the men to be like. Oh look at this crazy guy. Yeah these funny nine videos and you know. I still haven't seen anyone doing that. I think Jack Farm boy does similar stuff now. I Love Jeff and you mentioned cedric. He does yes. He does a lot of cool. Those are probably my top three..

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"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The headline just by calling eight years old The New York Times is setting out to water down the importance of why the government would like and look into these lakes and why would look into Jim's coming immediately immediately this is looking to influence the public's understanding this is a classic New York times story which is to say it has thirty paragraphs of editorializing with one paragraph of interesting news buried somewhere in the piece you find a good lock don't go as a where's Waldo of information this is the this is the amazing thing I have this relationship with in your times The Washington Post I think that they are valuable tools for delivering new information the journalists who work those organizations do reveal facts on a daily basis I read those plans I read those papers those websites but the editorializing in particular that goes into the the New York times around all of these stories drives me bonkers because it's it's designed on any given day to either diminish our inflate the value of a piece of news based on typically whose party it helps and in this case James call me being under investigation right now by the justice department for The New York Times is already calling you telling you as a quote years old leak yeah it they're already trying to set the frame they've it it's amazing you know merry in all normal world if a journalist has something interesting one of the one height but instead they're not playing well it's it's they've gone past the who what where why when and they focus on on male editorializing as you said it's it's wrapped into the guise of news so they take this subtle editorializing and they put it in to their news and they they have this message will win in it so if that's why I think people who read those publications tend to be more left leaning because it reinforces their world view of the news shore and it's and it's like it's many paragraphs a throat clearing before they finally get to the relevant information and in this case let me just start with the New York times because the way they have this again is a big deal James Comey under investigation by the justice department is the news and here's what's going on Washington federal prosecutors in Washington are investigating a years old leak of classified information about a Russian intelligence document and they appear to be focusing on whether the former FBI director James B. Comey illegally provided details for reporters according to people familiar with the inquiry the case is the second time the justice department has investigated leaks potentially involving Mr call me comma a frequent target of president trump they're doing it again you see that that's what this is about take a listen you hear it right away it's trump targeting is pull local opponents on work who has repeatedly called him a leaker Mr trump recently suggested without evidence that Mr call me should be prosecuted for unlawful conduct and spend years in prison you feel that's right yeah yeah okay just making sure the timing of the investigation could raise questions about whether it was motivated at least in part by politics prosecutors and FBI agents typically investigate leaks of classified information around the time they appear in the news media not years later any inquiry is the latest politically sensitive matter undertaken by the US attorney's office in Washington which is also conducting an investigation of Mr call me former deputy Andrew G. McCabe that has been plagued by problems okay so far no news just a whole lot of setting it up yes hearing you for and how trump wants to investigate his political opponents in James commies been without evidence accused of being a jerk by the president I mean on and on and on here we go finally some information law enforcement officials are scrutinizing at least two news articles about the FBI and Mr call me published in The New York Times and The Washington Post in two thousand and seventeen can we pause there the writer of this piece that I'm reading right now is a guy named Adam Goldman the article that he's referring to that Mr call me may have leaked to is written by Adam Goldman Sachs in other words circular again again in other words a central point of view of this and and and by the way what why a New York times editor should have stepped in in the first place and said Adam you can't write the follow on story because you know the truth did call me a week to you or not you know what I wasn't well so for you to write a story that the feds were investigating whether or not call me leaked to The New York Times you're reading a story about whether or not you communicate with James Comey right so he has every eight I mean he is he's totally vested in this story not coming out the truth not coming out he's he's a player in that yes and like I haven't you know it's like you're right I am we all got it I was is because it's like having the witness in a in a murder trial right the the evidence into it a reporter's job is if you stick your name at the top of a part of a piece is she then present the truth as you know it to your audience yeah Adam Goldman is withholding elements of the truth therefore he has a conflict of interest in reporting on this story someone else should have reported it yes and I'm gonna get set outlook I get the you wanna protect your sources but you can't stairs in the face and say boy it's a real mystery literally Adam Goldman when you are out of gold your jerk okay so we really don't you blame the editor yeah they had seven or seven this fall alright so then here comes the wash of us both published articles that mention the Russian government document in question according to people familiar with the investigation hackers working for dash intelligence officials had obtained the document and provided to the FBI in both its existence and a collection of it were highly classified secrets the people said the document the New York times reports played a key role in Mr commies decision to sideline the justice department and announced in July of twenty sixteen that the FBI would not recommend that Hillary Clinton face charges in her use of a private email server to conduct government business while secretary of state okay so at the time just telling us is this document was essential to James Comey realizing I can't talk to Loretta Lynch I can't go to the justice department I'm just gonna go right to the American public and tell them about this investigation into Hillary Clinton in July of twenty sixteen and why I'm saying that there are no charges should be pursued remember that big splashy news conference he did it even came out was like I haven't even told the justice from what I'm about to say the rationale for that is apparently the product of this document that he got got a hold of and now he's under investigation for leaking the details of that document to the New York times until Washington post now what was in the document the document was a Russian analysis of an email exchange between Debbie Wasserman Schultz and a guy who works for George Soros Leonard Bernardo at the open society foundations the specifics of that email is Debbie says that Loretta Lynch is going to make sure that Hillary Clinton will not be prosecuted in email case Debbie was telling a George Soros guide us that Hillary is not going to be prosecuted so call me finds out about this document that the Russians have and then leave six it's a it's existence allegedly to The New York Times The Washington Post so come is under investigation again at one point one last thing I realized we were short on time but I want to make this point in this New York times article yes James Comey is never cited as denying comment for the peace he's never once quoted in the piece but he's never cited is denying common either the only person is cited as the nine comment related to James Comey is coming to tourney come is attorney has declined comment okay call me himself is never mentioned which leads me to believe pretty thoroughly the James com is the person who gave the storage of The New York Times yesterday the idea of being I'll be the first to get the story out he's trying to control the narrative right that's why they had line says years old weeks yeah well I get there there is never any negative remember James call me where I never he was not and never punished for leaking to his friend who leaked the but the professor regiments to Richmond who leads the New York times never punished for that yeah so there's no negative all right six fifteen now W. 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"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I just realized the war for America so check it out I'm just having fun what makes us different I know everybody's got to pay the bills you gotta get up walk the dog make sure that the company men is squared away at the end of the month just stop for a second then I'll ask yourself well Hey remind yourself how blessed we are to live in this nation whatever you'll circumstances I listen to a man climb up some stairs to a podium with a walking cane who had no legs beneath his knees who was walking on prosthetic limbs because he for for our freedoms and stepped on a land mine in Afghanistan and even with that man shared with us how blessed he is to be an American and to serve this nation so wherever you are whatever you're doing just take a moment understand how blessed we are to live in the station and then when you got some time maybe you're listening to this show right now and you could do it with me and that would be wonderful maybe you'll listening to this on a podcast we we are broadcasting the video on Facebook that's on you thing other you tube doesn't like us but we're not giving up YouTube we are on Facebook you can watch live streaming if you're listening to us on the iTunes part cost take a second then consider this question what makes us different as a nation why is America the greatest nation on god's earth you we could spend not ours we could spend days weeks on packing the on to that question but one of the ons is undoubtedly is the issue of rule of law we as free men and women cool cool should be equal in front of the low it's not just symbolism but there's a reason that lady justice is wearing a blindfold to reassure us that not only will we be tried if we have a tried by a jury of up he is but that also last name how much money we have in the bank shouldn't matter that's cool what I raise this I've never stood in a court accused of anything if you have and it's it's hard to imagine it but imagine if it occurred one day if for whatever reason that you found yourself in a court of law what kind of expectations would you have you have expectations that the evidence against you would be disclosed publicly those accusing you would have to accuse you to your face not some anonymous complaint an old girlfriend an old colleague somebody who wants to dissect revenge upon you because of some perceived slight from ten years ago no that's not how it works your cjysa has to stand in front of you it has to publicly denounce you and then the this state has the responsibility it is incumbent upon the prosecution to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that whatever you may be charged with that the you actually did it then that jury goes away and deliberates and they have to bring a unanimous decision in most cases with regards to your guilt and then finally the judge steps back into the process that eventually that is the sentencing a penalty is designed is defined by the professional the legal professional who presides over that courts that's how it should work this alternative how about a political party that is worried about the election next year goes to battle ground states Ben has secret focus groups in those states that it deems to be a problem for them and that they might lose and then in these little focus groups of their supporters they are slim Hey which of these crimes do you think is the one that we should accuse the serving president of having committed can you take this form and circle for us which of these is the most relevant should he be charged with the Latin phrase quid pro quo if yes take a if you don't like that how about be how about taking the wood extortion or if you don't like that quid pro quo for extortion because Hey what one of those do you need to be a lawyer that you need to know Latin how about the lost one far more prosaic every lady man could understand this one C. take bribery you choose you tell us what we should charge the president with and then that party takes the results of that secret focus group tallies up the results in those states have been most warranty of losing in three hundred fifty days when we have a general election and then they say oh which also was it was it quid pro quo it was the most popular was it extortion or see bribery and they get the results bribery so what do they do they have a Kuwaitis on a judicial proceeding it has been going on in secret behind closed doors in a secure all compartmented intelligence facility SKF and then they decide to televise it and they switch the charge they drop the quid pro quo the drop bribery and because of the focus group Sir they say the president is not clearly guilty of bribery is this some kind of Aldous Huxley science fiction dystopian future stories system radio drama from the nineteen fifties about some strange future well my friends it happened here in America in the last two days sometimes the left let's thing sneak out but usually the hives them and therefore I am grateful to John Nolte of bright bought who found the following passage in a Washington post article just last week after reading thirty paragraphs of the article he found this the shift to using the charge of bribery came off to the democratic congressional campaign committee conducted focus groups in key house battlegrounds in recent weeks testing messages relating to impeachment among the questions put to participants with weather quid pro quo extortion bribery was a more compelling description of trump's contact conduct according to two people familiar with the results the focus group frowned bribery to be the most damning.

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860AM The Answer

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Say the president is not clearly guilty of bribery is this some kind of Aldous Huxley science fiction dystopian future stories just some radio drama from the nineteen fifties about some strange future well my friends it happened here in America in the last few days sometimes the left let's thing sneak out but usually the hives them and therefore I am grateful to John Nolte of bright bought who found the following passage in a Washington post article just last week after reading thirty paragraphs of the article he found this the shift to using the charger bribery came up to the democratic congressional campaign committee conducted focus groups in key house battlegrounds in recent weeks testing messages relating to impeachment among the questions put to participants with weather quid pro quo extortion bribery was a more compelling description of trump's contact conduct according to two people familiar with the results the focus group frowned bribery to be the most damning my friends this isn't an impeachment this is a coup the Democrats couldn't care less about truthful with the crime was committed they're pulling their fan base with regards to what they should charge the president that's on American and that's why we are here that's about single could this is America first today we have Joe concha not gates in studio don't touch that dial hi I'm bill o'reilly and.

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"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Of our nation that's a good name for book I just realized the war for America's so check it out I'm just having fun what makes us different fine though everybody's got to pay the bills you gotta get up walk the dog make sure that the company men is squared away at the end of the month just stop for a second and ask yourself well aid remind yourself how blessed we are to live in this nation whatever you'll circumstances I listen to a man climb up some stairs to a podium with a walking cane who had no legs beneath his knees who was walking on prosthetic limbs because he fought for our freedoms and stepped on a land mine in Afghanistan and even with that man shared with us how blessed he is to be an American and to serve this nation so wherever you are whatever you want to just take a moment understand how blessed we are to live in the station and then when you got some time maybe you're listening to the show right now and you could do it with me and that would be wonderful maybe you'll listening to this on a podcast we we are broadcasting the video on Facebook that's a new thing now that you two doesn't like us but we're not giving up you choose we are on Facebook you can watch as live streaming if you're listening to us on the iTunes podcast take a second and consider this question what makes us different as a nation why is America the greatest nation on god's earth you we could spend not ours we could spend days weeks unpacking the owns to that question but one of the Hans is undoubtedly is the issue of rule of law we as free men and women equal should be equal in front of the low it's not just symbolism but there's a reason that lady justice is wearing a blindfold to reassure us that not only will we be tried if we have a tried by a jury of up he is but that also last name how much money we have in the bank shouldn't matter that's cool what I raise this I've never stood in a court accused of anything if you have and it's it's hard to imagine it but imagine if it occurred one day if for whatever reason that you found yourself in a court of law what kind of expectations would you have you have expectations that the evidence against you would be disclosed publicly those accusing you would have to accuse you to your face not some anonymous complaint an old girlfriend an old colleague somebody who wants to dissect revenge upon you because of some perceived slight from ten years ago no that's not how it works your cjysa has to stand in front of you then has to publicly denounce you and then the this state has the responsibility it is incumbent upon the prosecution to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that whatever you may be charged with that the you actually did it then that jury goes away and deliberates and they have to bring a unanimous decision in most cases with regards to your guilt and then finally the judge steps back into the process and eventually that is the sentencing a penalty is designed or is defined by the professional the legal professional who presides over that courts that's how it should work this alternative how about a political party there is worried about the election next year goes to battle ground states then has secret focus groups in those states that it deems to be a problem for them and that they might lose and then in these little focus groups of their supporters they are slim Hey which of these crimes do you think is the one that we should accuse the serving president of having committed can you take this form and circle for us which of these is the most relevant should he be charged with a Latin phrase quid pro quo if yes take a if you don't like that how about be how about taking the wood extortion or if you don't like I could pro quo or extortion because Hey what one of those do you need to be a lawyer that you need to know like ten the last one formal prosaic every lady man could understand this one C. take bribery you choose you tell us what we should charge the president with and then that party takes the results of that secret focus group these are the results in those states have been most warranty of losing in three hundred fifty days when we have a general election and then they say oh which also was it was it quid pro quo it was the most popular was it extortion or see bribery and they get the results bribery so what do they do they have a Kuwaitis are a judicial proceeding it has been going on in secret behind closed doors in a secure all compartmented intelligence facility SKF and then they decide to televise it and they switch the charge they drop the quid pro quo the drop bribery and because of the focus group Sir they say the president is not clearly guilty of bribery is this some kind of Aldous Huxley science fiction dystopian future stories system radio drama from the nineteen fifties about some strange future well my friends it happened here in America in the last few days sometimes the left let's thing sneak out but usually the hives them and therefore I am grateful to John Nolte of bright bond who found the following passage in a Washington post article just last week after reading thirty paragraphs of the article he found this the shift to using the charge of bribery came off to the democratic congressional campaign committee conducted focus groups in key house battlegrounds in recent weeks testing messages relating to impeachment among the questions put to participants with weather quid pro quo extortion bribery was a more compelling description of trump's contact conduct according to two people familiar with the results the focus group frowned bribery to be the most damning my friends this is an impeachment this is a coup the Democrats couldn't care less about truthful with the crime was committed.

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KMJ NOW

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"To hell laces week there is a lot to talk about as we wrap up some old developments with some new toys some new developments with some new twists in something that you already know but I'm gonna make it official sorta kinda can you be more vague president trump as you know is facing impeachment from the Democrats with the help of the media outlets they're also working against him that appears to be the majority fighting in the poll the majority of you believe the media is working directly hand in hand with the Democrats to impeach trump like I said this is something you already know but when you when you see it in polls with verbatim responses on the respondents to a Rasmussen reports survey and Rasmussen does such a great job these respondents were asked when they write or talk about the impeachment effort our most reporters trying to help impeach president drop or black is impeachment or are most reporters simply interested in reporting the news in an unbiased manner so we had a majority of fifty three percent almost fifty four that said they think reporters are trying to help impeach president trump when they write or talk about impeachment on the other hand you got thirty two percent that said most reporters are interested in reporting the news in an unbiased manner now thirty two percent it's not a lot but I actually would have thought it would have been lower than that eight percent said most of the reporters are trying to help president trump by attempting to block the impeachment efforts against him one of the watching people when they watch so the majority who think that the reporters are actively working to assist in the impeachment efforts seventy six percent of course the Republicans forty eight percent our independence had strong thirty six percent are Democrats well okay so you've got nearly all of this group of likely voters said they've been following the news about impeachment fifty four percent said that they've been watching it very closely among these voters fifty eight percent or higher percentage maybe just slightly higher I said the reporters are trying to help impeach drop as a mention and I think most of you probably believe that in this audience you know among respondents who said they strongly approve of the job the trump is doing nine out of ten said the reporters are trying to help impeach him among those who strongly disapprove of dropped a Java trump's job performance only sixteen percent said the reporters are assisting in the impeachment efforts so I mean this is all kind of predictable so the survey very recent November the twelfth November the thirteenth all right so that's like fresh fresh fresh and there are other polls there's a Harris poll there is a mom of pulled the Gallup poll all basically asking the same question saying the same thing but the majority of you believe the media is working hand in hand intentionally with the Democrats to try and impeach trump now where did it go in the coverage of the first day of the hearing it was a major flop a big flop we highly anticipated public impeachment hearing amount of to a ratings flop with about thirteen million viewers turning in for something of this caliber he was expected to be so so much more so much more this is that whole exciting chapters you know that featured bill Taylor who is the acting you know US ambassador to Ukraine and George can't who is what what is his title is like a senior state department official and this was teased by the Democrats as you know bomb shell star witnesses there were not mind bomb shell star witnesses pick personally by the chairman Adam Schiff again bear words not mine and they were hardly bomb shells I mean they failed to live up to the hype as you know these individuals it have anything to do with the quid pro quo or the phone call or any of that they got it all secondhand they haven't even met the president so thirteen million sounds like a lot but then I mean the number pales in comparison to those who view the former FBI director James call me spring of two thousand seventeen my testimony in the Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh September two thousand eighteen hearing you got twenty million people both of those respectively so this didn't fly so what does that mean well the Democrats are gonna have to change the narrative to make it fly if they want to get anything out of these hearings they are switching the impeachment narrative to attempted crimes officially attempting crimes how do you impeach somebody sitting in the oval office for an attempted crime think about that but that's exactly where they're going I'm not making this up and a lot of it has to do with the lackluster performance of that first impeachment hearing so they're gonna change the focus to attempted crimes you know after the old the Republican lawmakers largely decimated their very weak impeachment case so does that mean attempting crimes and they're gonna have to define that for us and maybe that's what they're getting out of these focus groups and I'm gonna be talking about shortly one senior house Democrat said this was a total disaster for us course he didn't want to be hero recognized there was another Democrat Jeff van drew from New Jersey he said of the testimony given by both Taylor the other gentleman it's hearsay it's really difficult dealing with this because it's he said she said that's a Democrat knowing that they got nothing neither of these bureaucrats who testified was able to outline a clear case of wrongdoing by the president Jim Jordan I mean took the opportunity to to mock the house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff you know the star witnesses yeah right you know who's clear understanding came from layers of hearsay this was all secondhand we talked about that in depth yesterday so one of the gonna do you know I mean today with the former ambassador to the Ukraine this woman who has nothing to do with the phone call nothing to do with quid pro quo she has nothing to do with the issues at hand they're being heard in this impeachment airing impeachment inquiry hearing she's basically there to put a noose around the neck of Rudy Giuliani which have you been following this today that's exactly what the Democrats and this witness attempting to do but focus groups this one is almost too hard to believe they've been caught caught them because they didn't want anybody to know this using secret focus groups to choose the impeachment crime okay now remember they're gonna change their narrative to attempting crimes so within the high crimes and misdemeanors these are all attempted okay I'll say it again how can you impeach a president for something that was attempted but the Democrats have been caught using secret focus groups to decide which impeachment crime to accuse the president up I swear I'm not making this up all this was reported by The Washington Post and they lean a little bit to the left right they reported this this morning that the house speaker Nancy Pelosi the lady shifting of the impeachment goal post has now been sort of settled on the word bribery we talked about that a couple of times why well we'll try to explain and it really has nothing to do with the law you know hidden in thirty paragraphs in this whole post get together and you can read a lot about this online that a bright part for example it's got a good synopsis of it the post tried to drop this bomb shell hoping nobody would really notice quote we shift came after the democratic congressional campaign committee conducted focus groups in key house battleground states recently testing messages related to impeachment among the questions put to the participants was whether quid pro quo extortion or bribery was more compelling in describing trumps conduct and according to people familiar with the results of the focus groups and this was all circulated among the Democrats last week and early this week so everybody would know they'd be on the same page the focus groups found bribery to be the most damning so these people are telling me all the media this is speaking on the condition of anonymity because these results have not been made public you've got a focus group you see you use them in marketing to test certain commercials to test certain products you watch body language you watch through a one way mirror what they're talking about you eavesdrop there are microphones in the rooms you're spying on them as their viewing the product they're viewing a commercial it's all used mostly for marketing purposes now with marketing purposes in mines that's exactly what the Democrats are doing here with these focus groups trying to determine what the public thinks trump should be tried for if this goes to an impeachment so this word bribery it was introduced earlier this week came from a free can focus group people the Republicans had nothing so they went to a focus group format to determine what was going to stick with the public again would pro quo no extortion no bribery yes as determined by a focus group so now we have focus groups determining what the president is going to be charged with if indeed this goes to a full impeachment review think about that for a moment this is it I've never heard anything like it in my life and either of you so here you have below sea running around talking about how she's always prayerful when it comes to impeaching trump whatever that means and then she sure is the American people this is not political or partisan exercise no no no but back in the real world like the Stalinist that she truly is instead of respecting this thing that we call the rule of law hello see is you can using secret focus groups to decide what the crime should be to charge Donald Trump with you think about it Democrats are looking to remove a duly elected president looking to overturn a national election through the process of impeachment but rather than following fax rather than respect the rule of law she liked the roku plotters who they truly are they're using focus groups to determine what the charge should be and that's where this word bribery came from our focus group you you're gonna respond on this one and you will right after the news update on game J. with news right now here's a.

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790 KABC

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I'm just left a year like rolling on the floor on TV while I'm looking at you over here so if I was on a game show for twenty five words or less and during the break there was a moment that I had I had told the ad about Klay has and now I finally see it now she just thought of like I was aware of roll around the floor because the game was going so well it was we had it not a wall had the bag I had six words left and thirty seconds and I said I love a man in in uniform and they all start they start saying restaurant your movie water of like what what it was a crazy thing and so I just was like please please please you've got it. and so I love rolls on the floor fighting on my feet yeah it was it was excruciating we have in the bag again the Utah S. C. game begins lions of ninety four thirty paragraphs reduce freshman football season that the Jews they with real fruit used our Fishel flavors fight on Friday to Morrow it's an afternoon game Essie verses Utah very tough team over the Trojans here seven ninety KABC we're talking about you know what to do with this homeless issue and I I just. I I just the idea of permanent housing even is sort of anathema for me because many of these people who let let's put it this way I think about it this way. people who are likely to get permanent housing. are also probably likely to be the people that are the transit the homeless. and those people should look forward to autonomy right back into the world exactly you don't want to make them too comfortable I mean no offense but like you it's it's at a hand up. right because you want to hear some of the get together right look forward to exactly I mean I want to go it's like a high I want to get myself self sufficient again I just need this help thank you and then move on yeah I mean that's kind of the goal I but you can't give everybody what I've talked to people on this program that have made it out of homelessness and yeah gonna did fine exactly and happy and never they were also saying yes there are lots of resources are lots of resources to help they're hard to use are not easy to use I get that that part because you have to have rules waving when it's a you know beggars can't be choosers when you have to you know use other people's resources and a half to go into somebody else's home or side something that somebody else built yeah you have to follow some rules that's just the way it is yeah and but some of those those short falls on the above the access to these resources is that distances and they have to drive or find a way to these things right a motivated person will and we'll do it lands a man and there's tons of help there to get it done and they're quite effective. the river any bills he's like what what I was talking about the one of the like elderly homeless guy that's like just laying out in the West Valley that's been sitting at the bus stop that keeps telling people that try to stop and help them in our community and he's like all of my rights come and they're picking me up like in his mind like every day they're they're still likes like repeating like other could there because I'm get my rights coming and he's been there now for like six or eight months any bills like you tells worry as will try to go get a we'll go pick him up from like downtown I know. they do not turn anybody away right so I mean there are you there are people you know there are people in services I mean hell just get on the metro bus they're not gonna charge you you can figure out a ride to get ready.

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KDWN 720AM

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Host on five different radio local shows invited by the guests with average or status, and I wanna welcome to people Mr. Basham first of all Doug Basham who does his local show on Saturday afternoon from two pm to four pm, and Gary if you hold on get right to you. Mr. Basham as here at my request. I called him last week at his show and told them I would like to have them in for a little debate. Gary you have forty five seconds. If you wish to address a question to either me or Mr. Basham. Go ahead. Gary. Listen to Doug Basham for a few minutes. All right. Hold on Basham. Dr just JD go right ahead, sir. J D. Thanks for asking me to appear on your show. And I we went over the ground rules. I appreciate you coming on at my request. And if we can keep it brief thirty forty five second questions and answers, Gary I think would like to ask you a question, right? Gary. Yeah. I guess so how you doing Doug? What do you call it? Seditious Republican right wing a moron. I like your style. I don't I don't agree with your view, President Trump, and you know, somebody you left wing us. But you you do a pretty good radio show it sent detaining. Get in all fairness, Gary I would I would contend that. What I give you isn't my opinion of Donald Trump. I give you the facts when I say that he has surpassed the ten thousand Mark in documented and searchable lies. That's not my opinion. That's a fact when I tell you that he was bare backing porn stars. In playboy bunnies. Won his wife was nursing their new child. That's not my opinion of Donald Trump. That's a fact so you need to separate opinion. From fact, thank you, Gary Dante. Doug. If I may like to go through a little thing with here. And and get your answer at the end of going back to former presidents all the way, let's say back to FDR when he took twenty thousand Japanese Americans and incarcerated them, basically only cut off the oil supply to Japan, which basically caused the second World War Harry Truman's involvement with the Pendergast mod in Kansas City that got him elected to Senator and dropping the bomb the atomic bomb on Japan twice going up to when he trained the guerilla forces in a South American country, and then JFK used them in the invasion of of Cuba. Also, I guess I think you have reported overthrew the own the leadership in Iran and installed the Shah of Iran, then we get to JFK his attorney general brother wiretapping, Martin Luther King legally also wiretapping vice president Nixon the night. Before the first debate is hotel suite and breaking into his psychiatrist office for his sleep habits records. Then we get the JFK through LBJ who used the Gulf of Tonkin incident to put five hundred thousand American soldiers in Vietnam, which was clearly a a misrepresentation outright lie LBJ. We know what Nixon did his enemies list and Watergate, we know Reagan had Iran contra, we know all the things that Bill Clinton did. And w and then we know what Obama did would fast and furious not using executive privilege after he read about it on the New York Times concealing the documents on VA where people were dying waiting to get into the VA under Obama's term. What crime has President Trump done since he's been in office that anywhere Nick compares anywhere near any of those crimes and on institutional act by prior presidents, Doug. Okay. We'll start with finance campaign. Finance crime, his pay hush money to points in playboy bunnies to influence an election. A crime for which Michael Cohen has already been sentenced to jail for. Did. He do that. When did he do that what his own money? It doesn't matter. What kind of money he used? It doesn't matter. Whether he used his money or to in order to commit a campaign finance climb. You don't have to use campaign funds. You just have to use it in an attempt to influence the election, which is what he did. He could have paid money for years. He didn't he waited until before the election. So it's pretty tough to make the case that it was done for any other reason that influence at election. I think. Number one, number two or a series of obstruction of Justice, which are detailed thoroughly in Robert Muller's report. I think the campaign has not been litigated yet. And by the way, anyone wishing to call in Doug. We'll take questions at seven oh two to five seven five three nine six seven zero two two five seven five three nine six. And in regard to again that campaign finance. I don't think that I don't think that's been adjudicated yet. And we don't know the what's the outcome has been adjudicated in the case of Michael Cohen, and he's going to jail for it. And he's already implicated Donald Trump as unindicted co-conspirator individual one. And hasn't he recanted? No saying he said things that relies to protect his wife. What's that hasn't Cohen Cohen came out last week to of all people Arnold? I think the the actor named Arnold. I forget his first name that he takes them. Yeah. Tomorrow. He taped them where he said he committed Cohen committed lies to protect his wife when he was under testimony. Well, I don't know the whole story behind that is the bottom line is Michael Cohen testified under oath Donald Trump refused to well. He submitted in writing or one questions number two. He he provided questions that he agreed to answer. He was used to answer any questions on obstruction of Justice in the thirty paragraphs. He submitted to Muller he said, he couldn't recall or he couldn't remember thirty four times Muller called his answers, wholly inadequate better than chromium. He he couldn't remember two hundred one times in his testimony and also the president under oath, which Donald Trump wouldn't do the president provided one point four million documents on redact with to Mueller at his request. He let his lawyer Don Mcgann appear for thirty hours. I wonder if that thirty hours. Is on tape. He's let all of his people appear and testify before Mueller's investigation without exert exerting executive privilege on one occasion, far a far cry from Obama's executive privilege on fast and furious. But I don't understand what your point is. You're giving. I heard you beginning of the show went into all the financial numbers. You're missing my overall point which we haven't even gotten to educate. Donald Trump is an extra -sential threat to this Republic. It doesn't matter what the financial numbers. Are. It doesn't it doesn't wash with me to use the. He's got the trains winning on time excuse how well did that work out for the people of Italy? Okay. You say he's an existential threat in what give me one specific where he's a threat. I'll give you more than one. He's threatened to ban protests. He's threatened to strip the plenty of delays Ince's to broadcast or publish his naked threat that he has the military police in bikers on his side. He's toyed with the idea of staying in office longer than two terms. He's floated that Jiminez rally in Green Bay last Saturday. He said Democrats can't win the twenty twenty election legitimately if that's not a threat to ignore the results of an election. I don't know. What is he made up claims that millions of people voted illegally when he won. You wanna.

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KMJ NOW

10:47 min | 3 years ago

"thirty paragraphs" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Able bodied adults to refuse help to an officer of the law when they ask for it. Yeah. You bet are you ready for this? This this one takes a lot of explaining this. My friends is the notorious California posse comment on its act of eighteen seventy two oh, you've heard about it. Now, I need to take all the time necessary to clearly define it as it has been much maligned over the years. It's from eighteen seventy two sure it's written back at a time when we were loaded without laws, and I got I got to really get through. How it's written. How it's defined. I want to read it verbatim without any opinion or adding tacking on any additional BS. It's probably old days. When outlaws were plenty they were full in the wild west. But is there really any difference between it outlawed horse, and their gangs and the street gangs up today facing police officers, you know, I mean, we're gonna talk about this and a police a policeman asking for help from an able bodied adult they should be able to do that. And it should still be a misdemeanor. If you say, no, I'm not going to help you and you walk away, especially if a cop is bleeding to death. Now, let's not confuse this at all. But some people do with the fugitive slave act of eighteen fifty. And there are a number of people to tell you that this was the Genesis of the posse Comitatus law. No, it is not all right. You know, despite some very vague similarities, and I'm going to explain both to you. History. I love it. But history is a very integral part of this law. And now, it faces a possible repeal, and this is coming from the Senate majority leader in the state, and you probably know you've heard before Bob Hertzberg, democrat, Los Angeles. It's all coming up. Oh, man. Are you enjoying the soap opera coming out of Virginia? This is a democratic disaster. Where do you begin on this? This is a meltdown of their state officers. The governor has you know, has been accused of this whole black-faced KKK thing picture of the yearbook the medical yearbook he says that's not mean either one of those those outfits, but we don't know. So this is bringing him down the Lieutenant governor another democrat facing an illicit sex allegation. Let's lied to replace those two because they're probably going to step down before out. Here comes the attorney general. Well, he's gonna be all right. Another democrat. No, he admits that he's danced around in black face so forth in line to be governor of the state of Virginia is the speaker from the lower house, but this is causing the Democrats to go apoplectic and crazy. Do I because the governor the Lieutenant governor or Democrats, the speaker and most likely the next governor via the Virginia constitution is a Republican. A Republican and. I'm sure the Democrats are coming together to do anything. They can to keep a democrat of the governor's mansion. But the state constitution is clear. This guy is fourth in line the first three state, you know, officers elected officials look like they're going to go down. And there's a whole Rb of lawyers standing by sued the state of they tried bolts helping and and move away from their state constitution that says bus speaker is fourth in line. And he just happens to be a Republican. And they've investigated him all over the place. It is background is lily white. So far. Meanwhile, lily white in terms of race, either don't go there with me. I love this story. It's just been fun to watch in the hilarity of this mess, Briggs in the New York Times here, there's something that's being called stealth editing. This story, stealth editing. What they're doing is. They're bringing up this whole mess of the gov- Lieutenant governor and the AG. But they're not referring to it. By its proper term. It's maybe somewhat colloquial, but it's us all the time. Black face. No. They don't mention black face in their article once. As they investigate and talk about this doomsday scenario for the Democrats in Virginia. They're referring to black face as dark makeup. Without any reference to black based on the story. The attorney general has also said he has dressed in dark makeup. It's all through the New York Times story. Oh my God dark makeup. You know? I mean, the liberals the practitioner falling off clipped, how can anybody who's a member of the Democratic Party? I mean, this with great sincerity and love for many Democrats who are my friends. How could they not look at these stories and not cringe cringe? Cribbage? And somebody who never cringes as a strong, black American female, don't call her African American. It's my close pal Tara. She's a caller of the program. Yeah. She used to call a lot infrequent now often I brought her in as a co host because of her personal knowledge of Dino, politics, both liberal and conservative. She's meet her knowledge of politics is encyclopedia man, she's a very strong, strong, black American conservative, female, articulate, intellectual Joyti around. She's going to be joining us at nude to talk about history. She has a relative going back in her pastor's. Name is Joseph Hanson. Here's the subject of a PBS documentary. You're gonna see Sunday on the tube. Who was Joe cya Henson? He was the the model inspiration. The character who was the inspiration for the literary character of Tom. A name that has since become. An insult to blacks really whipped up again and used almost all the time and media during the whole thing with Clarence Thomas becoming a supreme court Justice. Uncle Tom uncle, Tom uncle talent. But strong naming literature. Literary name uncle Tom's cabin. So this PBS thing that's coming on is entitled redeeming uncle, Tom. The Joseph Hinson story. I am. So looking forward to Harry about this today from her. There was a screening of it last night, and I had to miss it because of some prior commitments, and I'm just I told her I would come and I had to bail out in a broken heart. I didn't get to see it. But I will see it for the first time like you will Sunday when it's on television. We'll find out about you know, the types of channels all that. But great piece of history. Great. I mean, how many have you knew there was a real local tub. And it's Tara's relative, fabulous fabulous. And I'm sure we can't bring tower in here. Without? Getting into a few current events. I mean, it's just not in her DNA, you know, the black face versus dark makeup routine. Curly going on Virginia. I'm sure she'll have a word or two of that. Or probably more realistically twenty or thirty paragraphs. You know? So I would also take you through some big new problems at the DMV today. Can you believe there is more tray gouty? We love him. We miss him in the house. That's a audio it his new role as a Fox News contributor. And the audio of Trey gouty who can speak his mind freely. Now, just rips the spine right out of Adam Schiff. Yup. He really gets down on him for this presidential harassment. So Trump Trump causing, you know, the guys, you know, political hack focused on presidential harassment. Trae got just rip the spied outta them in such a way that it's it's mature intellectual factual in a way that tray out. He can do it. You know? And it's good stuff. It's good stuff. And look at this look out Loretta Katie bar, the door he'll duck for cover camera. Grab a life vest Gavin, the voters of this state and the country, but the voters of this state have soundly rejected. Medicare for all. In a Quinnipiac poll. Hello, I mean, you really cannot mess with the results of a clinic. Could it be? Why am I have an art? I'm saying that I say it all the time. A Quinnipiac university poll they use some of the most. Well-thought-out in-depth methodology for polling thorough in the USA. So I'm going to tell you all about this Quinnipiac poll that says Medicare for all failure with the American public and the California Public. You know, kennel Harris's platform is Medicare for all it just lost its legs. Not only here, but throughout the country in her beloved, California, boom shut down the Irish Sea has a grievance against the Queen of the Cherokee nation, Elizabeth who lies through her teeth. And no, I'm not making a slab against American Indian tribes. God bless them there my love and undying respected support. But this is not good for the Democrats. This is not good for her run at the presidency, which will end I guarantee in two to three weeks. This is going to be at their own insistence. It's already begun. The Democrats say you gotta get out why. Because Elizabeth who lives through her teeth has been caught, you know, fudging again on her word that she used this lie about our American Indian heritage to you know, she never I never I never was able to gain anything out of this. Well, you know, the new story out of Texas. So this final saga. What happened in Texas may be her final undoing? So Elizabeth who lies through her teeth may have to find some sort of retirement in a wigwam near her and go back to skinning beaver pelts were living. The.

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"Able bodied adults to refuse help to an officer of the law when they ask for it. Yeah. You bet are you ready for this? This this one takes a lot of explaining this. My friends is the the Tories California posse comment on its act of eighteen seventy two oh you've heard about it. Now, I need to take all the time necessary to clearly define it as it has been much maligned over the years. It's from eighteen seventy two sure it's written back at a time when we were loaded without laws, and I gotta I gotta really get through. How it's written. How it's defined. I want to read it verbatim without any opinion or adding tacking on any additional BS. It's probably old days. When outlaws were a plenty they were pulled in the wild west. But is there really any difference between an outlawed horse, and their gangs and the street gangs up today facing police officers. You know? I mean, we're gonna talk about this and a police a policeman asking for help from an able bodied adult they should be able to do that. And it should still be a misdemeanor. If you say, no, I'm not gonna help you and you walk away, especially if the cop is bleeding to death. Now, let's not confuse this at all. But some people do with the fugitive slave act of eighteen fifty and there are a number of people that tell you that this was the Genesis of the posse Comitatus law. No, it is not. All right. You know, despite some very vague similarities to explain both to you. History. I love it. But history is a very integral part of this law. And now, it faces a possible repeal, and this is coming from the Senate majority leader in the state, and then you probably know you've heard before Bob Berg, democrat, Los Angeles. It's all coming up. Oh, man. Are you enjoying the soap opera coming Virginia? This is a democratic disaster. Where do you begin on this? This is a meltdown of their state officers. The governor has you know, has been accused of this whole black-faced KKK thing picture of the yearbook the medical yearbook he says that's not me either one of those those outfits, but we don't know. So this is bringing him down the Lieutenant governor another democrat facing an illicit sex allegation next in line to replace those two because they're probably going to step down before out. Here comes the attorney general. Well, he's to be all right. Another democrat. No, he admits that he's danced around in black face so forth in line to be governor of the state of Regina. He's the speaker of the lower house, but this is causing the Democrats to go apoplectic and crazy. Do I because the governor the Lieutenant governor Democrats, the speaker and most likely the next governor via the Virginia constitution is a Republican. A Republican and. I'm sure the Democrats are coming together to do anything that they can to keep a democrat or the governor's mansion. But the state constitution is clear. This guy is fourth line the first three state, you know, officers elected officials look like they're going to go down. And there's a whole army of lawyers standing by to sue the state of they try to pull something and and move away from their state constitution that says bus speaker is fourth in line. And he just happens to be a Republican. And they've investigated him all over the place. It is background is lily white. So far. Meanwhile, lily white in terms of race, either don't go there with me. I love this story. It's just been fun to watch in the hilarity of this mess, Briggs in the New York Times, if there's something that's being called, stealth editing of this story, stealth editing. What they're doing is. They're bringing up this whole mess of the gov- Lieutenant governor and the but they're not referring to it. By its proper term. It's maybe somewhat colloquial, but it's us all the time black face. No. They don't mention black face in their article once as they investigate and talk about this doomsday scenario for the Democrats in Virginia. They're referring to black face as dark makeup. Without any reference to black face in the story. The Virginia attorney general has also said he has dressed in dark makeup. It's all through the New York Times story. Oh my God dark makeup. You know? I mean, the liberals and the president are falling off by cliff. How can anybody who's a member of the Democratic Party? I mean, this with great sincerity and love from many Democrats who are my friends. How could they not look at these stories dot, cringe, cringe? Cribbage? And somebody who never Krige's as a strong black American female, don't call her African American close pal Tara, she's a caller of the program. Yeah. Houston. Call a lot cutting infrequent now often I brought her in as a co host because of her personal knowledge of, you know, politics, both liberal and conservative. She used her. Knowledge of politics is encyclopedic man. She's a very strong, strong, black American conservative female, articulate, intellectual joy to the around. She's going to be joining us at noon to talk about history. She has a relative going back in her past name is Joseph Henson. He is the subject of a PBS documentary. You're gonna see some down the tube. Who was Joe cya Henson? He was the the model the inspiration the character who was the inspiration for the literary character. Uncle tom. A name that sets become an insult to blacks really with up again and used almost all the time in media during the whole thing with Clarence Thomas becoming a supreme court Justice. Uncle Tom uncle, Tom, uncle Talamo, but strong in literature. Literary name uncle Tom's cabin. So this PBS thing that's coming on is entitled redeeming uncle, Tom. The Joseph Hinson story, I am. So looking forward to Harry about this today from her there was a screening of it last night, and I had to miss it because of some prior commitments, and I'm just I told her I would come and then I had to bail out in a broken heart. I didn't get to see it. But I will see it for the first time like you will Sunday when it's on television. We'll find out about you know, the types of channels all that. But the great piece of history. Great. I mean, how many of you knew there was a real local tub. Tara's relative, fabulous fabulous. And I'm sure we can't bring tire in here. Without? Getting into a few current events. I mean, it's just not in her DNA, you know, the black face versus dark makeup routine. Currently going on in Virginia. I'm sure she'll have a word or two of that or probably more realistically twenty or thirty paragraphs. So I would also take you through some big new problems if the DMV today, can you believe there is more tray gouty, we love it. We miss him in the house. Got some audio in his new role as a fucks news contributor. And the audio of Trey gouty who can speak his mind freely. Now, just rips the spine right out of Adam Schiff. Yep. He really gets down for this. Presidential harassment sodas Trump Trump caused him. You know, the guys, you know, political hack focused on presidential harassment. Trae Ghani's just rip the spied out of them in such a way that it's it's mature intellectual factual in a way that tray out. He can do it. You know? And it's it's good stuff. It's good stuff. And look at this look out Loretta Katie bar, the door he'll duck for cover camera. Grab a life vest Gavin, the voters of this state and the country, but the voters of this state have soundly rejected. Medicare for all. Kimiko Quinnipiac poll. Hello. I mean, you really cannot mess with the results of a quick why am I saying that I say it all the time. A Quinnipiac university poll they use some of the most. Well, thought-out in-depth methodology for polling thorough in the USA. So I'm going to tell you all about this poll that says Medicare for all failure with the American public and the California Public. You know, kennel Harris's platform is Medicare for all it just lots its legs. Not only here, but throughout the country in her beloved, California, boom shut down the RNC has a grievance against the Queen of the Cherokee nation, Elizabeth who lies through her teeth. And no, I'm not making a slab against American Indian tribes. God bless them. They have my love and a respect and support. But this is not good for the Democrats. This is not good for her run at the presidency, which will end I guarantee in two to three weeks. This is going to be at their own insistence. It's already begun. The Democrats say you gotta give out why. Because Elizabeth lies through her teeth has been caught, you know, fudging again on her word that she used this lie about our American Indian heritage to you know, she never I never I never was able to gain anything out of this. Well, you know, the new story out of Texas so this vital saga. What happened in Texas may be her final undoing? So Elizabeth who lives through her teeth may have to find some sort of retirement it'll wigwam near her and go back to skinning beaver pelts were living. She's.

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