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Martinelli's winner keeps Arsenal's perfect start going

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Martinelli's winner keeps Arsenal's perfect start going

"Arsenal kept its two point lead atop the Premier League with a two one victory over Aston Villa Gabriel Martinelli scored in the 77th minute it came three minutes after villa's Douglas Louise took a corner and fired the ball directly into the net untouched Gabriel Jesus opened the scoring for manager Mikhail Arteta's team which is perfect through 5 games We are always really happy because that's when we have winning four matches that we deserve to win the way we are performing and playing And we need to continue Villa has dropped four of 5 I'm Dave ferry

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The Man Who Got Away From the White House

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:52 min | Last month

The Man Who Got Away From the White House

"Let me drill down on this because the Abraham accords matters so much to history. You're a constant in the president of the constant in this. Yousef doesn't change TV doesn't change NBC doesn't change. But what changes is Pompeo replaces Tillerson. I don't know Tillerson, so I won't talk about it. I know Mike very well. But ambassador O'Brien replaces ambassador Bolton. How does that matter? And I mean, you're pushing for the same thing for four years. You start with the embassy, you end up with the Abraham accords and even after the Abraham accords the F-35s, the Western Sahara, the Sudan issues, you just followed it through Phoebe is a constant. The only two things that change are at the 7th floor of state and at the west wing office that everybody sees in every shot O'Brien for Bolton. Why do those two matter and you're constancy matter? I think that that mattered in that when they both came in, it took Trump a while again. I always say that the first night he slept in Washington. He slept in The White House, right? So he wasn't a mayor. He wasn't a governor. He wasn't a senator. And so it took him a while to find the right people who understood what he was trying to accomplish and who were competent and enabling for him to do that. So I write about Mike coming in and replacing Tillerson and how I went to Mike and said, look, there's only one Secretary of State you're the Secretary of State. I'm working on this file. I'm making progress. Do you want me to go off the file? And Mike says, no, no, no, no, you're doing great with it. Just keep running. Anything you need I'll be available and actually write something about how with Tillerson, it was impossible to get him. You want to get him on the phone. It would take three, four days, and then a conversation would last 30 minutes, and you wouldn't really accomplish much because it would be mostly either less during you or complaining about stuff. With Mike, a conversation would take under three minutes. He was very to the point, very decisive. And I would say by definition, he could do ten times more diplomacy. And that's also why he was always so available and reachable and really a great Secretary of State. With

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"three minute" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:51 min | Last month

"three minute" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Three minutes a lengthening is a quietly moving portrait of life before the Holocaust, by Stephanie's ajar. Although photographs are among the most useful tools we have to remind ourselves that the recent past was populated by living, breathing people just like us, they do have their limits. Moving pictures, the ones most of us now make so casually, but the miniature computers we carry around in our pockets bring us even closer to understanding what the lives of our forebears were like. That's why Bianca stickers debut documentary three minutes a lengthening is so quietly moving. The film focuses on a Jewish community and Poland in 1938, captured in footage by David Kurtz, who had emigrated from Poland as a child, and was at the time visiting from his home in the United States. These three minutes of film showed the town's inhabitants going about their daily business, even as many of them are entranced by Kurt's 16 millimeter camera. The children in particular gather around the amateur filmmaker and in some cases running to keep up with this camera's gaze, the novelty of a movie camera is impossible to resist. Faced with this vibrant record of real life. What's almost impossible to comprehend is that in just a few years time, nearly all of the people in this film will have been murdered in the Holocaust. Stick to her has taken this footage, which was discovered by Kurt's grandson, Glenn Kurtz in 2009, and expanded it into a visual essay narrated by Helena Bonham Carter, exploring the ways in which moving images can bring the past into the present. Connecting us with human beings whose time on earth was brutally cut short. The identities of many of these people aren't known, we see them standing at the entrance of a small grocery store, chatting as they stream through the doors of the town's synagogue, relaxing and sigh one of the town's cafes. Glenn Kurtz worked hard to locate survivors. But found the task difficult, though one woman who saw the footage did recognize the face of our grandfather, Maurice Chandler, who had survived by using false papers to escape Poland, and Kurtz's footage, he's a round faced boy in the simple black cap, worn by the yeshiva students. Sticker traveled to Detroit to interview Chandler, who was able to identify many of the people captured by Kurtz's camera, filling in details about their lives at the time, one young woman has seen standing behind the man she's engaged to Mary. Another, a good-looking kid with a movie star grin, where's a large floppy cap that marks him Chandler explains as the sort of boy Chandler's strict intensely religious parents wouldn't want him to associate with. These are all individuals with their own dreams and restrictions. Their own responsibilities and memories. Stick to was inspired to make this film after reading Glen Curtis 2014 book, three minutes in Poland. And after watching David Kurtz's footage on the website of the United States Holocaust memorial museum, there is married to filmmaker and video artist Steve McQueen, and I spend a producer on several of his films, McQueen is one of the producers of three minutes a lengthening. She begins by presenting Kurtz's original three minutes of footage in its entirety. But even those brief minutes are almost too much to absorb at once. The rest of her film allows us to focus on specific details. The lions of Judah that grace the doors of the town's synagogue, the sign above the grocery store, whose almost unreadable letters gradually become a happily soft mystery that enhance our understanding of life in this little town. The film also details and voice-over, the horrors that befell the town's Jewish citizens, roughly a year after this footage was captured. But a sticker's film is at times somber. It's more often ruefully poetic. Much of Kurt's footage is in color, and even though it has faded with time, it still remarkably vivid. Thus it whisk us back in time, or does it momentarily transport the people of Michelle into our world? That's hard to say. But either way, stickers film opens a portal between two eras. The people in this film, most of them long dead, aren't ghosts, their neighbors. And while they walk among us only for a few minutes, their presence is indelible, just the same..

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Why Kathie Lee Gifford Cowrote 'The God of the Way'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | Last month

Why Kathie Lee Gifford Cowrote 'The God of the Way'

"Remember I promised that we would have Kathie Lee Gifford on the program. Why just say stuff like that? You know, we're not going to get her. But then somebody said to me, no, no, no, no, no, no. We got her up. We got her up. And we put some makeup on her, and she's willing to go on your program. And here she is, Kathie Lee Gifford walker. Hey, hello, Eric. It's so nice to see you all back in New York. And my old stomping ground. Well, you cheer me up whether you want to or not. And as you know, I was just talking to rabbi Jason so bell about the book that you two did together. It's your second book with him. So bowl, soba. Where do you tease him? So Bill? I'm lucky I know how to pronounce rabbi. So he lost your arm. You're back. So he, but so I talked to him about the nitty Gritty of it. But why are you doing this second book with him? What is your interest in the subject of this book? Well, the second book of ours after Iraq warden rabbi is very, very different. It has a different purpose. This book supports the film that I've written called the way. And it's a 74 minute series of four oratorios, which chronicled the faith journey from the dawn of creation to the building of a nation, the hebrews, although it was the conquering of the promised land, all the way through to the messiah's coming. And then when Jesus calls his disciples to meet him on the other side and getting them both meet me on the other side. So I don't know, it was you and I have talked a lot about spiritual things and what was the beginning of this, you know, God always says do not despise a small beginnings. The whole thing began as a three minute song I was writing with a brand new writer friend of mine. Nicole Steve Mullen ended up being an 11 and a half minute oratorio, which became I added a 65 piece orchestra to it. And then I took it to her and the 65 piece orchestral accompaniment, and we went to Israel, and I shot her my first directorial adventure and it was just magic for me.

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"three minute" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:08 min | Last month

"three minute" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Of whom 3000 were Jewish. Fewer than a hundred of them survived the Holocaust. As the shots were clearly from the Jewish quarter, Kurtz donated the film to the Holocaust museum in Washington, which had a digitized and put on its website, and his Kurt searched for clues to the identities of the people on screen, deciphering grocery store signs, hints from clothing, he was contacted by a woman who recognized her grandfather, Maurice Chandler, in an apple cheeked lad of 13, and he recognized others. This kid, I know. His name was Talbot. Director Bianca steiger never reaches outside the original footage in what becomes a fascinating and exhaustive but never exhausting exercise in cinematic forensics. She fragments and replays moments, zooming in to examine faces or to highlight interactions, and in the process three minutes a lengthening becomes a detective story. How much can you learn from images, time of day, social class, sure, but state of mind? That's why I don't know what I must have been happier something. Somebody told me what a couple of years later I was going to have to do a proudly. A narrative of discovery and exploration of memory, a meditation on loss and on cinema, all in a lengthening of three minutes. It may not seem likely, but there are eerie echoes of all of that in the territory about an indigenous community's struggle to protect what director Alex pritzker calls an island of rainforests surrounded by farms. In the 1980s reads an opening title, the Brazilian government first contacted the eruwa people from a population of thousands fewer than 200 remain. A clear eyed teen activist is among them, working to combat a national government that seems hell bent on destroying his home. In the run up to elections in 2018, batte watches a campaign speech on his telephone. There won't be one more inch of

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"three minute" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

04:44 min | Last month

"three minute" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Summer blockbuster season is winding down, which makes room for smaller films like documentaries, the territory, which treks through the Amazon rainforest, and three minutes a lengthening, which is, says critic bob mandelo exactly what the title promises. People are milling in a public square in three minutes of lengthening children laughing as they crowd toward the cameraman, then as the camera turns, scooting across cobblestones to stay in the frame, a boy in a cap, playfully pretending to strangle a little girl, families emerging from a synagogue. These three minutes of life were taken out of the flow of time by David Kurtz in 1938. His grandson, Glenn Kurtz, discovered them in 2009 in a closet in Palm Beach garden, Florida. No markings, nothing to indicate where the footage was shot. I asked my father and my aunt, and they both said that they thought it was my grandmother's hometown, called berezna, it was on the Polish Ukrainian border. It took Kurtz about 6 months to discover that it was not that town, but rather his grandfather's birthplace. 30 miles north of Warsaw. The town had 7000 inhabitants in 1938, of whom 3000 were Jewish. Fewer than a hundred of them survived the Holocaust. As the shots were clearly from the Jewish quarter, Kurtz donated the film to the Holocaust museum in Washington, which had a digitized and put on its website, and his Kurt searched for clues to the identities of the people on screen deciphering grocery store signs, hints from clothing. He was contacted by a woman who recognized her grandfather, Morris Chandler. In an apple cheeked lad of 13 and he recognized others. This kid, I know. His name was Talbot. Director Bianca steiger never reaches outside the original footage in what becomes a fascinating and exhaustive but never exhausting exercise in cinematic forensics. She fragments and replays moments, zooming in to examine faces or to highlight interactions. And in the process, three minutes a lengthening becomes a detective story. How much can you learn from images, time of day, social class, sure, but state of mind? That's my life I don't know what I must have been happier something. Somebody told me what a couple of years later I was going to have to do I would believe it probably. A narrative of discovery and exploration of memory, a meditation on loss and on cinema, all in a lengthening of three minutes. It may not seem likely, but there are eerie echoes of all of that in the territory about an indigenous community's struggle to protect what director Alex pritzker calls an island of rainforests surrounded by farms. In the 1980s, reads an opening title. The Brazilian government first contacted the iru wawa people from a population of thousands fewer than two hundred remain. A clear eyed teen activist is among them, working to combat a national government that seems hell bent on destroying his home. In the run up to elections in 2018, beate watches a campaign speech on his telephone. There won't be one more inch of indigenous reserve rails soon to be president jair Bolsonaro, petate asks his grandfather, do you ever worry about our people disappearing? His grandfather replies. It's up to the next generation now. But date is that next generation, but so are others, the film introduces Sergio, a 49 year old farm worker who spent his life laboring on other people's lands and has dreams of owning his own farm here. Then there's Martin's. Who's chopping down trees all but daring the police to stop him. Director pritz finds haunting moments in this ongoing and environmental tragedy, pulling the camera's focus back from farmers spraying pesticides to a butterfly on a leaf, or following beta, as he and his fellow activists capture criminal activities, the authorities want to ignore indigenous environmental warriors protecting their territory armed with bows and arrows and video drones, reminding you, as does three minutes a lengthening, not just how loss and remembrance work, but how cinema can shape them. I'm bob Mandela. Curious what's happening in your favorite national park? Well then join shortwave for the ultimate summer road trip..

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If This Is the 4th Reich, Who Is the Führer? Steve Deace Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | Last month

If This Is the 4th Reich, Who Is the Führer? Steve Deace Explains

"Steve, let me ask you if it is the rise of the fourth Reich, who is the fewer. This is what makes this very difficult. And one of the points that we make in the opening argument, which again, you can download and read it right now. Trials and execution dot com. Is that when we had a Third Reich, it was, of course, originally composed within one nation state. Eventually, nationalistic rivalries would emerge. Other people would say, hey, I want to be the sure. I want to be the one in charge. I want to be the chief mega maniac around here. Or a free people would rise up and say, we can not allow that kind of a tyranny. But what happens when it's an amorphous blob? What happens when it's an amorphous metastasizing organism that touches virtually the entire intellectual elite elite crowd within the west. It's a Hydra now. And that's what we're dealing with here, Charlie. You can't just say Klaus Schwab is an easy target and frankly deserving of it. Given that he literally is a Bond villain three minutes away from stroking a white cat, okay? But okay, Klaus Schwab steps in the wrong way and a busy intersection in Munich, gets hit by a bus, those ideas and everything aren't going away. That's right. There is a long and Hydra like organization throughout the elite sectors of the west that share these ideas. They have long shared them. They used to be called the council on foreign relations. That's right. They have decided to weaponize them now. They're done sharing power with us. They exist outside of your elections. They now are. That's right. They no longer are rivals of the corporate sector. They're aligned with it now. They're done being held accountable by our trite political mechanisms. And

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Chris Farrell Unpacks Merrick Garland's Latest Press Conference

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | Last month

Chris Farrell Unpacks Merrick Garland's Latest Press Conference

"All I can say at this time. Ladies and gentlemen, we started the show with that live. That was the attorney general Merrick Garland, who was 30 minutes late to a press engagement that was announced just over an hour ago. No questions less than 5 minutes long. It couldn't be better time for us to have in studio the guests we do have a man with years of counter intelligence experience under his belt in the U.S. Army now director of investigations and research for the people who have been central to uncovering the truth about what happened in Mar-a-Lago. He is Chris Farrell. I'm Sebastian gorka. This is America first Chris. I wasn't expecting much, but I wasn't expecting him to celebrate the counter terrorism work of members of the Department of Justice. Was anything substantive said in the last three minutes by the attorney general? A lot of hollow platitudes for sure, but one good thing was identified. And that is he claimed that he personally authorized approved the search warrant being a submitted to the judge. So now we know a responsibility lies. And so any other finger pointing and second guessing set that aside, Merrick Garland now owns this and it looks like he's going to eat it. This is for him to hang with and to be he's claimed that he's claimed the responsibility. It is his. We'll talk

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What Are J6 Defendants Actually Being Charged With?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:15 min | 3 months ago

What Are J6 Defendants Actually Being Charged With?

"Again, I just want to get the facts out there. That's why we do these deep dive one on one interviews. We do long form radio because most TV, most radio hits are three minutes, four minutes, and you never get to the substance. You actually come to the swamp. You go to the hearings. You go to the arraignments of these political prisoners. Tell me again, if I'm wrong. But talk to us about the types of charges that they have been accused of or they have been arraigned on. Usually it's misdemeanors to do with physical trespass, some kind of physical damage or obstructing an official process. As anybody being charged with killing a police officer or insurrection or serious felonies, you know best. So tell me what's actually happening in the courtrooms. So the most serious offenses that are being charged is you said is obstruction of an official proceeding. This is a felony that DoJ is adding to mostly misdemeanor cases. Never been used in this way before sab, it's a post and run law that had to do with tampering with evidence or witnesses.

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Uvalde school police chief on leave after mass shooting

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Uvalde school police chief on leave after mass shooting

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the ivaldi school police chief has been placed on leave Pete arradondo the police chief for the ivaldi Texas school district was put on administrative leave Wednesday amid criticism of his decision to hold the police officers outside rob elementary school as 19 students and two teachers were gunned down The action came one day after colonel Steve McCrory the director of the Texas Department of Public Safety delivered a blistering assessment of our actions before a state Senate hearing The only thing stopping a hallway of dedicated officers from any room one 11 and one 12 was Janssen commander Macron testified that armed law enforcement officers were on the scene three minutes after the gunman entered the school on May 24th but on our orders they waited for more than an hour in a school hallway I'm Mike

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Texas DPS Director: Children Waited 1 Hr 14 Mins 8 Secs for Rescue

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 3 months ago

Texas DPS Director: Children Waited 1 Hr 14 Mins 8 Secs for Rescue

"That the law enforcement response to the attack at rob elementary was an abject failure and antithetical to everything we've learned over the last two decades since the Columbine massacre. Three minutes after the subject turned to the west building, there was sufficient number of armed officers wearing body armor. To isolate distract and neutralize the subject. The only thing stopping the hallway of dedicated officers from any room one 11, and one 12 was Janssen commander, who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children. The officers had weapons, the children had none. The officers had body armor, the children had none. Doubles had training, the subject had none. One error, 14 minutes and 8 seconds. That's how long the children waited and the teachers waited in rooms one 11 to be rescued. And while they waited, the onset commander waited for radio and rifles, then he waited for shields. Then he waited for S.W.A.T.. Lastly, he waited for key that was never needed. Waited for a key that was never

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Texas DPS Director Steve McCraw Speaks out About Uvalde Shooting

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Texas DPS Director Steve McCraw Speaks out About Uvalde Shooting

"Steve McGraw is director of the Texas Department of Public Safety And he was at a hearing today a hearing that really mattered And here in part is what he had to say cut one go There's compelling evidence that the law enforcement response to the attack at rob elementary was an abject failure and antithetical to everything we've learned over the last two decades since the Columbine massacre Three minutes after the subject turned to the west building there was sufficient number of armed officers wearing body armor To isolate distract and neutralize the subject The only thing stopping the hallway of dedicated officers from any room one 11 and one 12 was Janssen commander Who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children The officers had weapons the children had none The officers had body armor the children had none Officers had training the subject had none One error 14 minutes and 8 seconds That's how long the children waited and the teachers waited in rooms one 11 to be rescued And while they waited the on seed commander waited for radio and rifles Then he waited for shields Then he waited for S.W.A.T. Lastly he waited for a key that was never needed The post column mine doctrine is clear and compelling an unambiguous stop the killing stop the dying You can't do the former unless you do You can't do the latter unless you do the former This is Disgusting

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Uvalde classroom was unlocked while police waited for a key during massacre, Texas official says

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Uvalde classroom was unlocked while police waited for a key during massacre, Texas official says

"Texas top safety official testified before a state Senate committee about the deadly shooting at a school in uvalde 19 children and two teachers were killed The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety colonel Steve McCrory says there is compelling evidence the law enforcement response was an abject failure and antithetical to everything we've learned over the last two decades since the Columbine massacre Macron says there were enough officers on the scene to have stopped the gunman three minutes after he entered the school They waited for over an hour The only thing stopping a hallway of dedicated officers for many room one 11 and one 12 was Janssen commander who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children The on scene commander was the ivaldi school district police chief Pete arradondo McGraw also says the door of the classroom was not locked How about trying the door And see if it's unlocked We

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 Curry comes up limping after mad scramble in Warriors loss

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Curry comes up limping after mad scramble in Warriors loss

"For the second time in three games the warriors wasted a strong third quarter in losing to the Celtics this time one 16 100 The outcome gives Boston a two games to one lead in the NBA Finals and it could be a costly loss for Golden State after Steph Curry came up limping following a scramble for the ball with about three and a half minutes remaining Celtic center Al Horford rolled up on curry's leg and the all star played a few more seconds before coming out with three minutes left Teammate Andrew Wiggins hopes the injury isn't serious You just hoping he's okay That's

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Brian Birdwell: Everybody Worked Their Own Lane on 9/11

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Brian Birdwell: Everybody Worked Their Own Lane on 9/11

"I mean you're such an inspirational human being Again after that speech I remember the moment I mean seriously like it happened 5 minutes ago grabbing the microphone and just I mean as you can laugh about is if they're telling that story because I just remember thinking what the hell could I possibly be saying Like oh folks how's the chicken I mean it was a Lincoln dinner Like what was I going to say And I swear it took me about three minutes to get my druthers together and just say anything Like hello is this thing on I mean your story is just so inspirational And the way your gift with words to tell it is just it's a really it makes me wonder why I don't do more in my life No no please stay up look You served in your capacity Look the people that are out there making their businesses work and pay the taxes that pay for our military It's training Look everybody has their lanes that they're working Look I'm just an old I was a heavy forces guy most of my life You know big tanks big artillery I wasn't a special operator So I wasn't the toughest guy in that building that day We all work our respective lanes and you were working your line that day I mean look we've got to meet the family that there was one Secret Service agent killed that day at the at the World Trade Center That's right He's interred at Arlington national cemetery in the Columbine there And he was working his lane that day just like you were I mean I heard you a few days ago talking about the floor that the Secret Service and your first day there and the like And you're working your lane buddy You were paying the price just like the rest of us So don't ever sell your service short

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 Celtics reach NBA Finals, hold off Heat 100-96 in Game 7

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Celtics reach NBA Finals, hold off Heat 100-96 in Game 7

"The Celtics are in the NBA Finals for the first time in 12 years following a 196 win over the heat in game 7 Jason Tatum jaylen Brown and Marcus smart combined for about three quarters of Boston's points with Tatum leading the way with 26 I just really believe in myself I really believe in our team And it was the biggest game of the season of my career And I just had faith that we were going to give it all we had Brown and smart each had 24 points for the Celtics the heat trail by 11 with three minutes left before storming back Jimmy Butler finished with 35 points and bam adebayo had 25 for Miami

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Comeback Cats do it again, rally to top Caps 5-3 in Game 5

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Comeback Cats do it again, rally to top Caps 5-3 in Game 5

"The the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers earned earned earned earned a a a a five five five five three three three three victory victory victory victory over over over over the the the the capitals capitals capitals capitals to to to to grab grab grab grab a a a a three three three three two two two two lead lead lead lead in in in in their their their their opening opening opening opening round round round round series series series series carver carver carver carver he he he he collected collected collected collected points points points points in in in in five five five five straight straight straight straight goals goals goals goals after after after after Washington Washington Washington Washington took took took took a a a a three three three three nothing nothing nothing nothing lead lead lead lead on on on on T. T. T. T. J. J. J. J. Oshie Oshie Oshie Oshie second second second second goal goal goal goal of of of of the the the the night night night night Sentinel Sentinel Sentinel teammates teammates teammates from from from lot lot lot of of of friends friends friends and and and I I I mean mean mean yeah yeah yeah I I I mean mean mean it's it's it's it's it's it's nice nice nice hearing hearing hearing from from from family family family and and and friends friends friends and and and just just just so so so reaching reaching reaching out out out for for for Haiti's Haiti's Haiti's first first first goal goal goal of of of the the the game game game open open open to to to come come come back back back and and and a a a second second second put put put the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers ahead ahead ahead forty forty forty three three three just just just over over over three three three minutes minutes minutes into into into the the the third third third period period period he he he also also also set set set up up up goals goals goals by by by Patrick Patrick Patrick corr corr corr Quist Quist Quist Sam Sam Sam Reinhart Reinhart Reinhart and and and Claude Claude Claude Giroux Giroux Giroux our our our question question question Reinhardt Reinhardt Reinhardt scored scored scored two two two fourteen fourteen fourteen apart apart apart late late late in in in the the the second second second period period period tying tying tying the the the game game game game game game six six six is is is Friday Friday Friday in in in Washington Washington Washington I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie

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Can You Imagine the High Achievers We Lost Due to Abortion?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 5 months ago

Can You Imagine the High Achievers We Lost Due to Abortion?

"I want to thank the lord for this day If this holds You know I was in a church just past weekend and father Marty who we've had on the show before He came up to me and we were chatting a little bit before the mass I got there a little bit early And we chatted for about two three minutes or so And abortion came up I mean obviously we had no idea this was gonna happen What a bombshell leak out of the Supreme Court But we got to talking about abortion and he'd said to me you know can you imagine how many potentially Nobel Prize winners and engineers and scientists and people who may have come up with cures and new versions of antibiotics and artificial intelligence and materials technology and things that could have changed the world new potential energy systems right Can you imagine how many of those people have been wiped out due to the abomination of abortion And I said you know what Father Marty you are absolutely correct and I've thought about this often How many of these lives snuffed out that would have gone on to change the world for the better

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Before The Alarm (MM #4047)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Before The Alarm (MM #4047)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. As we all get older, sleep gets tougher and tougher. And it's not a matter of not getting enough sleep. It's just there's always something that causes you not to sleep. The biggest frustration I'm having these days, and it's something my wife is dealt with for years. It's waking up right before the alarm goes off. I don't normally have to set an alarm, but I've had a lot of early meetings in recent weeks. So I've had to set an alarm. And it doesn't matter what time I can set it for 7 o'clock instead of 8 o'clock, I can set it for 9 or 9 30. I literally wake up two or three minutes before the alarm goes off. I don't know what's in my body clock that makes me wake up, but it drives me crazy. Now, I don't like to be woken up by an alarm. My wife doesn't prefer a buzzer alarm. I have to have that. So it can wake me up. But lately, it's not about the sunshine. It's not about what's going on around. It's not the noise. It's the fact that my body knows it's about that time. How it knows why it knows, I don't understand, but waking up just minutes before the alarm is probably the most frustrating way to start the day. And I'll take that back. Getting a phone call about some problem you've got to deal with immediately when you don't even have your eyes open. Yeah, that's probably worse.

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Before The Alarm (MM #4047)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Before The Alarm (MM #4047)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. As we all get older, sleep gets tougher and tougher. And it's not a matter of not getting enough sleep. It's just there's always something that causes you not to sleep. The biggest frustration I'm having these days, and it's something my wife is dealt with for years. It's waking up right before the alarm goes off. I don't normally have to set an alarm, but I've had a lot of early meetings in recent weeks. So I've had to set an alarm. And it doesn't matter what time I can set it for 7 o'clock instead of 8 o'clock, I can set it for 9 or 9 30. I literally wake up two or three minutes before the alarm goes off. I don't know what's in my body clock that makes me wake up, but it drives me crazy. Now, I don't like to be woken up by an alarm. My wife doesn't prefer a buzzer alarm. I have to have that. So it can wake me up. But lately, it's not about the sunshine. It's not about what's going on around. It's not the noise. It's the fact that my body knows it's about that time. How it knows why it knows, I don't understand, but waking up just minutes before the alarm is probably the most frustrating way to start the day. And I'll take that back. Getting a phone call about some problem you've got to deal with immediately when you don't even have your eyes open. Yeah, that's probably worse.

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Before The Alarm (MM #4047)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Before The Alarm (MM #4047)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. As we all get older, sleep gets tougher and tougher. And it's not a matter of not getting enough sleep. It's just there's always something that causes you not to sleep. The biggest frustration I'm having these days, and it's something my wife is dealt with for years. It's waking up right before the alarm goes off. I don't normally have to set an alarm, but I've had a lot of early meetings in recent weeks. So I've had to set an alarm. And it doesn't matter what time I can set it for 7 o'clock instead of 8 o'clock, I can set it for 9 or 9 30. I literally wake up two or three minutes before the alarm goes off. I don't know what's in my body clock that makes me wake up, but it drives me crazy. Now, I don't like to be woken up by an alarm. My wife doesn't prefer a buzzer alarm. I have to have that. So it can wake me up. But lately, it's not about the sunshine. It's not about what's going on around. It's not the noise. It's the fact that my body knows it's about that time. How it knows why it knows, I don't understand, but waking up just minutes before the alarm is probably the most frustrating way to start the day. And I'll take that back. Getting a phone call about some problem you've got to deal with immediately when you don't even have your eyes open. Yeah, that's probably worse.

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"three minute" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Waller. I guess we don't mind the fact that he went back to number 83 again. We don't mind because it turned out to be cuts down right card to Waller. You'd hear that a lot in this game, but the game was tied again. 24 24 at this point inside four minutes to go. Baltimore takes the ball uses three minutes of that remaining time. Justin Tucker. It's a 47 yard field goal, putting the Ravens back out in front 27 24. Not to be outdone. The Raiders 35. Seconds later. Good whole kick on its way. Yes, baby won't tired. Two seconds left on the clock. We got ourselves a game. People Money. Naples, you ball in Las Vegas. Welcome to Sin City, Grandma's Burger Raider Nation Radio 9:20 A.m. that 55 yarder from Daniel Carlson. Sends the game to overtime. Then the fund really began. Raiders Open with the ball and on their six play throws down the right sideline clock. Part is good Touchdown, touchdown. Just hug baby. Latest Win. Jackpot, Baby Edwards. Holy mackerel! What a play! Yeah, they signaled Touchdown. Everyone's on the field shaking hands. Good game. All the while they're reviewing it upstairs. After the review. No touchdown. Vegas ball at the one Raiders offense back on the field from the one yard line. First down quarterback Sneak They come up short. False start penalty pushes them back five yards. Second out. Incomplete. Third down car out of an empty backfield looks to throw Foreman Russia Dafa hits Car, The ball bounce. Oh yes, yes, Intercept zone. That's what that's why you play. That's why you play. You never assume Anthony favorite picks off the deflected ball. And.

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"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Herald earls impressive do a former army. Captain served as commander at the tomb of the unknown soldier. He was on the west point baseball team where he was the all american captain there. He's one leadership awards he's been. Abc news person of the week. Not once but twice. He wrote a bestselling book with his wife. Rachel titled a higher calling which has gone on to become a usa today national bestseller. He lives in roswell georgia where he's running for congress. He has three sons aged. What how old are the boys. Our girls four year old two year old and a newborn. It's great to be on as well. Thank you herald earls. What's your last name herald earls. I'm kidding my last night it would be herald earls. What of boston. We're the earls. From the you know the history of that. Oh man. I can tell you know my on my mom's side we have eighteen. Rations coleman From the district. I'm actually run anther congress with a lot of family right. You live in the district that you're running for the the democrats that yeah my opponent gonna make that either but Yeah i actually but we'd you should probably live where people you up again. It does strike me that you know there is something to be said for understanding the community that you're supposed to be representing in dc. But that never crosses the mind of the types of people who go to dc for themselves and not the district they go there to get to hang out with in club and they forget the people back home and the longer. They're they're the less likely they are to visit home. And it's the moment that they don't keep a home in their district that you know they don't care you know. Every two years they hire the consultants. Let's talk first about your opponent if you thought she was doing a good job. You probably wouldn't run. So why are you running. Yeah one question. I'll tell you twofold one. So you mentioned the commander at the tomb of the unknown and frankly everything that i've stood for their rank soldiers. The died sacrificing everything very freedoms became clear to me that we got elected officials. Loosening bath is one of them that is just willfully thrown away and the fact that i have three boys. I very much. No the future. We're putting them into and what the future looks like. He's not in america. That i want to be part of and to go back to your original point with living in the district. You know we have representative. That is prevalent here. I go to all the events. And i don't fear it and anything and and for me. It's like this district is personal to me. It's in my home for a very long time. It's like when i talk about highway. Ninety two it'd be something that went to school. My dad was a pastor at first reading. Research You know highly. Four hundred is where where. I learned how to drive on the highway for the first time. So this district is my home. This is my community in his time. Have leaders frankly that are willing to truly stand up and look people in the eye and say i care about you. I care about your family. Let's change this country for the better told me obviously. I know you have a very impressive biography very impressive. It's it's rare that somebody is running for congress who has done the sorts of things you've done but share the the the two minute elevator pitch that you make when you're first speaking to a group to get us started. Yes i share the why Something that's our allies important Because it's very personal. I really point Not to get too far into it. i don't remember. I was guarding the unknown late at night. we're looking at it. You can see the. Us capitol lit up quite literally Other eisenhower i just felt this anger. Come over me. i couldn't explain it this time but it was really that was living. You know this. this This juxtaposition right of seeing daily the very best of this country. Everything that makes us proud it in america and yet just across the potomac. You saw such a different story right. I would see war to batch and it would come in on wheelchairs right and it would in all night right. I cat's echoes across the hills at arlington and i turned on the news and i hear politicians are applying players. They deal right nationally. I think goes across. America stadiums for me that is that is the national everything that i stand for and believe in this country And it's really what has You know let about two to run for office and obviously leading with a passionate vigor. That i think that it needed to the united. What do you have to do to win. It's hard to beat an incumbent Get more votes in my talk. Yeah more more. Statistically i can fit you know now. Republicans to our thought this has been especially across the nation especially prevalent enjoyed. I think we we sometimes try to raise a bunch of money and we end up making tv ads. it frankly are very good And we don't actually ground campaign and so i think that it takes care and doing tv ads. Yes doing well and raising good money which we are waiting to great money but on top of that. They also truly building a movement of volunteers of grassroots people. They're saying hey. This feels different. This isn't just another campaign to elect another republican member of congress or democrat member of congress. This is something cares about that cares about me. That will be a strong leader especially for my generation next generation of leaders. I wanna get behind this. And that's what we're making. The most momentum is building that movement coalition on the ground as well. What are the key issues I'm always interested across the country. People want government accountability. They want transparency. They want a election integrity. They want an economy that that that is open to opportunity. But i love hearing different parts of the country. There issues in iowa for instance or where i live in texas. That are particularly important. What are some of those that are specific to that district. Yeah you mentioned a couple of them. two big ones are integration obviously and crt of law. You didn't crt and i think that is very important right now I mean especially comedians person. Having three boys You know in a lot of the moms and our district are fed up with what is being taught in our schools How they're using those resources and funding and so for me. I want to be very big advocate of pushing getting. Crt out of the lane when you do that. It actually pushing block grants and that's basically taking federal money and pushing instead of right now they have. Hey you have to do x. Lines you have to have our teaching platforms in order to get this. Federal aid funding In one of these block grants pushes it all the way down to the local and state level so these communities can make decisions on where to spend money and that applies across education system across multiple different sectors. Even the healthcare as well when you look at reforming those different entities. I think block granted the key way to do that. And it makes government smaller and about. How much money do you have to raise to win this. Yeah so primary One point two million. It'll take you know one point client would be great to two million looking at a general five million. Thank you very much. My opponent democrat anti anti gun Person she raises a lot of national ninety nine percent of everybody out of the state right she had a very big funders including boomberg.

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"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Mad listen assurance on their houses and no one. Can you know residence formulated in tonight on simply in saudi nassar asking for. We are going to be unnecessary. That's the bionic is over. The parents were done passing move public servants for permission. We are done you. How aware your massive vacuuming where to massively wear gloves glass. You can you say but we even believe choice for children. And i don't know who you are that you think that you have more say that i don't know who you are. I really declaring our freedom. So the lights fear mongering and abuse you all notes abuse this cheer manacle leadership horley not enough for our children. This is why we're ask permission is over are down array model. You're john europe. It's five twenty four myself. I love to flying and that will campaign. Against i. I fundraise against you and i will make sure that none of you never served in agresson shun. You're on the michael berry. Show go ahead of us like the topic. Houston's kind of going to elena handbasket my and this morning She walks goes to the school bus and every morning every day and She knows this morning. Susan this in Houston for sure would lady. She shot in the head and just left there in a ditch. No doubt i should have too much of the details but nine everyday routines. How old is your grandmother. My aunt she is free. Thanks forty one forty two. Wow that that'll wake you up on your morning while it's you know. Listen a year ago the left remember they have in place a plan. They just need new story to tag to it. The plan was attacked. The rule of law trump is the president. He's law and order. He's patriotism we've got to find a way to mobilize black voters. That's why all of a sudden blacks were being killed by cops. Remember blacks are being killed all day everyday day on the streets of chicago in houston and l. a. in detroit and atlanta and baltimore washington. Dc new orleans. New york black on black crime is the number one source of violent crime and for thirteen percent of the population. To be involved in this. You have a very good chance if you're black of being shot and killed by another black person way greater than any other group because you're a bad person but because there are more percentage wise black thugs out there who were violent now in order to mobilize the black vote. You had to tap into something that that some people believe whether it's true or not in that is that the system is out to get black people. George george floyd was an opportunity to fire up this whole apparatus of activism. And that's what they did and then and then they started. Defunding the police. So you've got the george floyd case you've got Saint george floyd then. You've got the defunding of the police. All of this is soros supported. All of it. Fifty billion dollars was given by corporate Was corp was given by corporations to black lives matter. They don't know where the money's gone. Nobody knows we know that we know the head of of black lives matter. She bought a bunch of houses. Really nice houses all over the country but they don't know where this money went so it did. The corporations do any good with this. Who who got the money are black people better off fifty dollars later especially poor uneducated black people in the inner cities. No they're still having to walk crime-ridden streets you wouldn't walk the streets they walk. You wouldn't live the way they live. You don't know how bad it is. You don't know what happens everyday that nobody even calls the cops it so bad because snitching stitches all day everyday kids grown up in this environment and here we are a year later. We defended the police. The crime rate is through.

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"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Is our guest. Is one bad mamma jim. She just won. A big case for pastor john macarthur and grace church and christians and actually people of faith across our country. You have to fight these things in the courts when governor newsom of california who facing a recall and if he loses will probably be replaced by by larry elder when governor newsom said churches have to shut down. because of cova. d- did you get the sense. That what he really wanted was just shutdown churches and cova was percent. I mean it was targeted discrimination and attack on religious freedom. And by the way i personally that gavin newsom will be a recalled and replaced with kevin cadillac. Who's currently california assembly man and has been running in the recall. Well before larry elder if he gets in his way better than gavin newsom everyone needs to come out and vote. yes. But i'm supporting kevin kiley. Because he was right on the forefront of the recall he's been a lot of people california and also he understands it willing to protect religious freedom as well. He successfully sued gavin. Newson on he's challenges. These orders and for john versace in greece community church on this were targeted discrimination. They wanted to have an injunction the church to pad the los angeles county able to come in and literally. Just shut down the church business for as trying to revoke a forty five year old parking lot lease church had with the county it into a homeless community area right next to the church just out of petty retaliation. This is how far they were going specifically to target this particular church for taking a stand and simply questioning the sincerity and truth of what los angeles county was purporting to clean was the data also to challenge the government were to have these uber broad indefinite and arbitrary restrictions and of course targeted and treated churches this similarly then clubs and other businesses. I mean clearly discrimination. So pastor john just simply said we're going to stand firm were in court Several times a week in the very beginning of this trying to fight against la county Ultimately the outcome is that we have been successful based on them in california losing five times in the supreme court. And in just the cases that the thomas more society including me has been involved in now. Gavin newsom in the tax payers of california or three cases are having to pay nearly three million dollars in tracy's guess what is going to be the burden of the taxpayers. George soros is going and donating Another five hundred thousand dollars to cover nuisance campaigns. He's trying to buy gavin newsom out of bed and the taxpayers are paying the price and they say no. We're not going to stand for this and going to recall the governor because he needs to be the one and there's the responsibility for that decision. What precedent do we sat. But what what new ground did we break with this case because every case in its own way is is showing something bigger. Your state of california has a permanent injunction against it from discriminating or trying to similarly churches on the basis of their free exercise of religion. This is a huge win. President also is very valuable for the future because the supreme court has clearly said even in the midst of a cold emergency that does not enable or empower new government to have targeted discrimination. Ever tell churches they have to close and that they don't have the size of religion and freedom of worship in the midst of a declaration of emergency huge insignificant win for religious liberty across america. This is protecting our specific enumerated rights in our first amendment and think feeling grateful for the heroism of john. Macarthur in many pastors were intimidated. They close the door the doors if their church said no. He's a modern day. Daniel that simply said i don't care what they the tyrant's will come and go but the word of the word stands forever and i'm just gonna do today what i've done every day. Just like daniel did when he was told in the old testament. You can't cry anymore. Didn't go out and start being rebellious arrogant about it. All he did was still continue to pray to the lord same way he done and prior and the word honored and blessed to that and john macarthur is that modern day daniel he just said i don't care kings and tyrants coming no jesus christ is the head of the church and he continued to have his church services on sundays the same way. He's done as he's been pastor for the last fifty years of community church. We learned a lot about the face. Over the past year and their willingness to suffer the consequences of bearing their cross has president trump. He's great he is such a fighter. he i know has been so heartbroken and furious like The rest of us. Who are watching joe. Biden's bad decisions. That ultimately have cost the lives of thirteen. I united states marines present. Trump is right. That never had happened under his administration. And i am so I am so honored and impress by president. Trump and i was honored to work for him. His personal council in honor but he i remained friends and And i support him and him early and on know that it's been very frustrating for all of us who've seen a disaster the election We continue to fight for election integrity and to see How in just the last eight months. Joe biden has taken america from being a world leader to a world laughing stock and no one Understands that more personally president trump because he had the oldness and the courageousness to be proud to be an american and stand up for in the midst of the liberal lexus. That were sheathing us from meeting our flag and from being project americans and so So he's doing well and i'm so grateful that he continues to stand up for the truth and ultimately the principles that america was founded upon. But little over two minutes. Elyssa is our guest If you would you've worked with the election integrity alliance. You've been fighting this since since the election. What do people not know. What if we discovered what what Violations of integrity are now proven that we can. We can point to know that there were really major issues with all of the mail in ballots. We can look at georgia. We can look at pennsylvania arizona wisconsin churches continue to come out and so in the aftermath of the twenty twenty election. We were on a very tight timeline. And the aggressively ran out the clock and our three branches from the judiciary to the To the executive branch to the state legislatures. They'll tell the american people. They failed to stop the corruption and and they failed and so what we need to do. Moving forward is demand integrity in our elections demand that the state legislatures re-claim their power that the us constitution specifically obligates then with.

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"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Laying the groundwork. The swap is laying the groundwork to start sending planeloads of cash to the taliban bill. Clinton's defense secretary. Bill cohen now says the taliban are going to need our help economically to be sure so now now after we spent trillions in afghanistan on the government that collapsed in the military. That fled now. We're going to start now going to start funding the taliban the senate this Amish in say our health economics sure may come under. Severe tax. Melkite provide them on certain conditions. Ironic is very people fighting us. We'll just power themselves all together just one pot of toxic terrorism. That's a possibility but just have any govern society is up awesome provinces centralized government as such split depends on the telephone. I still my heart. Heart's beat us and we're very much turn on our citizens of americans special some home health against much and money is coming diplomat recognition before coming and they're up against those who made the against some us anymore. Obama and i didn't cash to iran. And now they're getting ready to cash to the taliban surprise. Surprise jim ellis is a close adviser and lawyer to president trump. She's our guest coming up. Let's take some calls. Marsha mcallen texas down south right on the mexican border next to harlingen and rio grande city. But there's nothing to see down here. Just just remind you mission. Texas home birthplace of tom. Landry tom landry. Get sir you said his name earlier. And i had heard it for the first time during the twenty sixteen election george soros and so i started kind of digging around a little bit with him. And he's the founder in nineteen seventy nine of this open society foundation and you mentioned it where in Twenty twenty. He spent a hundred and eleven million dollars in what he calls. Totally quality and anti-discrimination the united states received fifty million of that and he started focusing on attention in the us back in nineteen ninety six and he calls it threats to open society in the us and in twenty sixteen he started focusing on social justice and then twenty twenty is when critical thinking and he launches what he calls the open society university and he gives them a billion dollars and its quest for racial justice. And you've talked in length many times about how the da's around the country are becoming dismantled in picked and chosen by george soros for the purpose of breaking down united states social justice. And you know. I thought okay. This guy's either eighty nine or he's ninety one in all right. He doesn't have long but he's got a thirty year old son who's gonna follow directly in his footsteps so i need you to clear. Think process for me. How does he benefit what. What exactly is the end. Goal for breaking down the american judicial system. Is it truly just in a radicalization of american society. And i mean. His foundation is called open society so his goal is to completely break down our borders. So let me let me start with this. If you study ted bundy or bt k. Or john wayne. Jc or any number of other people who are serial killers your left at the end of it understanding or wondering. but why ted bundy's crimes were not crimes of fulfilling sexual desires. Ted bundy was a good looking guy in law school. He got all the girls he wanted and then some he didn't have to force them in fact when he had romantic relationships with women. Those women were off limits. He didn't seek to kill them once. You come to the conclusion that we can't always use our structure of our system of values to understand. Why other people do what they do. That's when it becomes clear. Why does that. Why does a snake bite somebody. That has done them no harm. Why do that. Why does it dog bite somebody. Animals bite the hand that feeds them. And why that one time. Why does an alligator snapping. So you start with. George soros is wired differently number one. George soros believes that we are an arrogant. People and nation said this over a period of many decades. George soros believes that there is an inequity in the world that africa has been downtrodden and that these white a western civilizations have based on that he has crafted an investment strategy where he bets against western civilization currencies. And things like that. He has made a lot of money. I don't have the time in this segment to tell you to to to get you to where he is today but let me say this. Go look up. George soros go look up the holocaust and world war two. There are undisputed facts as to what george soros was doing. Look at his background. What he was born into and what he did during world war two spend fifteen minutes on it and i'm not talking some wacky site. I'm talking undisputed facts. As.

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"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Yes great preston born in houston texas on this day in nineteen forty six. We lost in two thousand six. He had will it go round in circles. he had space race out of space. That's the way god planned. It sounds cat played keyboards in sessions with little richard. Sam cooke charles. Everley brothers reverend. James cleveland the rolling stones and of course. The beatles considered by many be the fifth. He also wrote. You are so beautiful. Which Joe cocker made into a huge. I rookie colo well. There's more than two words in that song. He's not salt newly preston on his birthday. Drug roll hall of fame. A close friend of eric clapton george harrison. What a career. Billy preston. That's a life. Well lived right there a life. Well lived greg. You're on the michael berry. Show go ahead sir. yes. I was calling him. Relations whoe little michael's discussion about the The natural immunity which exists in the community and really is the gold standard as far as fighting the infection preventing it not these exponentially experimental use authorization drugs. That are out there. And i think it's time to try and stop this irrational push for these government. Mandates were ineffective experimental drug. That's been causing and continues to cause a lot of death and harm Ah acceptable number. Patients for disease has over ninety nine percent of of a curate and there's no numerous effective safe proven treatments available including ivermectin adachi caloric when monoclonal antibodies. Uh there's number of treatments and To to that point even the The military is recognized and and In this section forty dash fire. Sixty two Two dash six caress a under medical exemptions section. One b states that They will grant medical exemption based on evidence of of immunity based on zero logic tests and is currently a lawsuit over the journey twenty thousand individuals in the military That's attempting to block it based on this and To to the boys the lady with the testing the that he had mentioned I think that's great. And i support that. One hundred percent mentioned also That The the testing is available for free Courtesy of the cares and your tax dollars. So anybody that's interested can avail and sales of that Through the the cares act if they're not able to pay for it themselves find out if they have coverage and then they have natural immunity which is far better than what these vaccines offer and wanting to mention to the people that have Have proven that they have natural immunity. They shouldn't be getting a vaccine can actually cause problems. So it'd be good to get tested like michael saying that's an excellent point and I just wanted to to make sure people are aware that he was saying. Don't wait for an infection. You get get treated right away. There's also consideration or people that are at risk that really should be given prophylactic treatment to prevent I rather than waiting to get hit by it and they can talk to the doctors about that. Possibly acton or hydroxy quirk when there's a run on the ivermectin And it's not cheap. Dr hokey believe he. He may have some available. There's a lot of people looking for. He might be a source to consider and Anyway the last thing i wanted to point out was about the vaccine approval which has not happened. That was a shell game that they were playing the pfizer Vaccine is still under emergency use authorization and the approval that they talked about drug does not even available in our country and it probably wouldn't be for a good while so sticky things to consider very well said sir you know this conversation about each of us individually and our health has become fraught with misinformation. Disinformation sign up efforts against drugs. That big pharma doesn't want the very people who told you they weren't going to get a vaccine last year because it was donald trump's vaccine and they didn't trust it are now insisting and trying to mandate that you haven't you've got elected officials Democrats trying to control your life by telling you you can't in hawaii. The lieutenant governor is pushing for a three day lockdown over the labor day weekend that you wouldn't be able to leave your house. These kind of tyrannical acts erode trust in public officials. Win you demand when you require when you mandate using the force of the state that people do things rather than encouraging when people post alternate studies and you take it down and yet. The taliban can still post it. It erodes trust in our institutions. And that's where we are if you think you should get the vaccine. Get the vaccine and if you don't. I support that too i just got tested again. I have a relatively recent case. So i have the two forms of antibodies that kinda short term which means you had it recently and i know when it was because i didn't feel well and the long term the t. Cell the memory. I did two of the. We'll talk about that but inform yourself on what you can do before and in the early.

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"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Get it your body is stronger. get more sleep. If you're a person stays up late get more sleep. That's made a huge difference for me. Drink more water. That's probably the single most important thing you can do to help you lose weight. Keep you hydrated. Most people walking around dehydrated all day long. Drink more water so much more water that you can't believe in water when you don't want to drink water drink water when you're sick of water get off of all the things that are bad for you. Cut the coke habit. Cut the diet coke habit diet coke horrible for you by the way all the diet drinks are terrible for you stop drinking sugar. Water's that's a desert. It doesn't hydrate. You cut your alcohol intake in half you can have just as much fun by cutting it in half drink water in between your beers. Simple things you don't have to eat rabbit food. You don't have to run a marathon. Just take some basic behavioral changes and stop living in fear. Fear will kill you. Fear and worry are not only ungodly and biblical fear and worry are stressors. They make your body very unhealthy. They shut down your natural immunities. I'm not your doctor. I don't claim to be. But guess what i do. I read i learn. I did say doodoo. I have talked to a lot of people may be many. Many many doctors researcher scientists public health officials many of whom make great arguments for vaccines almost every one of my doctors. I have a doctor for every body part. Almost every one of them is pro. Vaccine pro vaccine pro. Michael take the vaccine. May when. I can't take the vaccine. Because.

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The Michael Berry Show

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"We are guests shortly. A fun interviewing you. Don't wanna miss that joe. Rogan is an interesting character. Some of you will remember him from. Fear factor those of you who follow a ufc. Know that he's been involved there for a long time. Dana white Announcing promoting really being a you know as you have see was getting started. Rogan was really one of the is it kind of brought. Some cachet to them helped helped became the face even of ufc not as a fighter but but as a kind of a key jackson or howard cosell of ufc before most people knew anything about it so he gets into podcasting and he'd done some acting he gets into podcasting and completely independent. No major radio company. Anything behind him he gets into podcasting and becomes the most listened to podcasts. It's an incredible story. Hats off to the guy and he does it by breaking the mold it's not a segment commercial segment commercials. He sits down for two and a half hours with somebody in talks to people. It might be alex. Jones might be lon- mosque. It might be john travolta. It could be anybody. And he's he's passionate about learning and so many people criticize his politics and and he's not a strict conservative He's mostly libertarian. He shoots from the hip. Whatever you don't have to agree. With somebody i i respect what he's done in terms of taking his fascination for learning and monitoring it and making a living and i think he loves his life well. He's been skeptical of vaccines. He doesn't say don't get a vaccine. He's been skeptical of the science behind it. How quickly it came to market biden and kamala harris and nancy pelosi said a year ago that they would never take the vaccine because it was trump's vaccine so now he announced a few days ago that he got kovin and the media was saying vaccine. Skeptic has cove it and you could tell. They wanted him to die because he dies. That proves that if you question the vaccine then you're going to die. Well i had coverted very recently. I have the short term and long term. Antibodies i'm negative now And i felt weak for a few days. I guess what. I've had flu before too. And i felt worse with the flu than this covert is gonna kill some people but relatively speaking not that many considering that all of us at one point or another are going to get it and some of you've already had it and you don't know it because you were asem dramatic that needs without symptoms or you had mild symptoms that you thought was a cold or maybe you thought you were hung over. So joe. rogan is very honest is hey i got coverted. He immediately takes ivermectin which is really only effective if you take it early and he starts on an iv of drugs of vitamins. Vitamin d vitamin c. The things we know help And then in a few days. He's back to good health and left are losing their minds losing their minds because guess what most healthy young people almost one hundred percent. Almost one hundred percent are going to recover. The two groups that are in the most trouble are the elderly and the obese. Now if we spend as much time talking about losing weight as we do masks and people did something about it you would reduce a lot of the deaths you see. Everyone's focused on how not to get it. That's the wrong focus. You should be focused on what you're going to do when you get it. What is your body going to do when you eventually get it because it's going to be here with us for a while and you're going to either have had it or you're going to get it. You can't make yourself any younger right if you're elderly it can't make yourself any younger. That doesn't mean you have to succumb to it. Go online if think about how much time you spend before you buy a new truck you go look at all the features and have you done that with this go read. Go find out if magnesium is right for you if zinc is right for you if c. is right for you if d is right for you how many milligrams or units should you take per day. Go see a few basic things that can help you. Strengthen your lungs if you're not getting any exercise get up off the couch and start the first state. It's going to be unpleasant. You live in a place like i do where it's a swamp it i. It's it's it's a gumbo when you walk outside debris the humidity start the first day in for five minutes and the next day for ten in the next day for fifteen minor simple tests in december. Decided to forty is too fat for me. I let myself go today. I'm one seven. Shut up ramone today. I'm one seventy ramones down. One hundred sixty pounds if he gets covert today his chances of beating it have increased exponentially. I got covert a month ago. I don't know if a year ago if i'd gotten it. I would've survived because i was in such poor health. I doubt back my cigars. I was smoking cigars a day. Dow that back to one week. Little things like this make a lot of difference. I there's always a great chance that you're going to beat it. Why you're just strong tough okay but there are a lot of things you can do. Folks hope is not a strategy k. Fear is not a strategy avoiding everyone. All the time is not a strategy. You can't because every product that you buy. That is exchanged at a store. You mask of everything while while somebody hands you a product they're handy your hand realize there's germs all over that and it's not just this. It's the flu it's a cold. It's everything bacterial or viral infections. We are to them. We have flu season coming up. We won't have season this year because everybody has the flu. We'll say they had covert because it's so important to the narrative if you wanna take the vaccine because you think you should take the vaccine by all means take it but i'm gonna tell you there are a lot of other things you can do. They don't have to replace vaccine. There are a lot of things you can do. So that when you do.

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"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"More minorities for petty crimes than ever before. What if trump never left his basement. What if trump averaged one hundred and four year olds per year. What if those first forty two years were in his first. Four months is president. Trump's public schedule showed he only worked for hours a day. What if trump sniff young children would. if trump's sons had sex tapes. What if there were video of trump's sons doing crack would if his sons were never arrested for it what his sons illegally applied for gun permits. What if trump's family had financial ties to foreign countries that wanted to hurt our country. What if trump campaigns were funded heavily by big tech big pharma and the ccp. What if trump children openly laundered money by becoming artists and selling art for more than van gogh or picasso and then told you they couldn't divulge their buyers. Were what if trump fell down the stairs. Air force one three times in one. Climb what if trump open the borders to give free healthcare food housing and education to any and everyone that wanted to come but didn't require them to pay taxes. What if trump allowed those coming across the border to do so with children that were trafficked in order to make it through. What if this happened. During a pandemic and he didn't require them to get texts tested vaccinated or even social distance but he mandated that you and your children do. What trump required federal employees to take an experimental vaccine would if trump allowed your local governments to muzzle your children for over a year with no significant numbers or science to back it up. What if he did all of this and mandated those passports for everyone. What if trump abolish the keystone pipeline along with american jobs only to ask foreign entities to increase their production. So we could them. What if under trump and these changes gas prices rose forty-one percent would food prices rose five percent would have car. Prices rose forty one percent but trump wanted to the fund the police while it was trendy to say so but then changed his tune when he realized how ridiculous it was what if trump claims during his campaigns he was going to send two thousand dollars relief checks but only fourteen hundred dollars and said well. Hey the other guy already gave you six hundred dollars. Would if trump promised over one million jobs but didn't even come close what if trump's presidency was proven to be stolen by foreign interference and the media wouldn't even show you the proof. What if local leaders involved in that cover up. Tried hiding the leading the evidence. What if you wanted to talk about your thoughts on trump. The social media deleted your words every single time. What if all of these things happened. But the media pretended it didn't happen and said what a great job he's doing. Well i'll tell you this. Unfortunately all of these things are happening under biden and if it were under trump you would know about it. The media would persecute him daily and would never start. You would never stop hearing about it. But the truth is because it's biden and the corruption runs deep. The truth is hidden from you. Those of us that want to share these troops truths with you are censored we the people regardless of political affiliation economic standing or color all share one common trait. We're all american. We're here because we stand for freedom truth and what's right for our future and the future of our children. May we all remember those that fought for us to have those rights and they continue the traditions that allow us to have them. Thanks for listening. And god bless america at risk of being tedious. I find that repetition can be very very important to making a point. When i help people give a speech and certainly when i deliver speeches if i have an important important point i repeat that point because the first time you hear it you're processing second time you hear it so what i'd like to do is i'd like you to listen and listen carefully. 'cause every single word of this is true. What if trump said. If you don't vote for me you ain't black. What if trump claims famous was creating a policy that jailed more minorities for petty crimes than ever before. What if trump never left his basement. What if trump averaged one hundred four ios per year. What if i forty two years were in his first four months as president but if trump's public schedule showed he only worked for hours a day. What if trump sniff young children would have. Trump's sons had sex tapes. What if there were video of trump's sons doing crack would if his sons were never arrested for it. What if his sons illegally applied for gun permits. What if trump's family had financial ties to foreign countries that wanted to hurt our country. What trump's campaigns were funded heavily by big tech big pharma and the ccp. what if trump's children openly laundered money by becoming artists and selling art for more than van gogh picasso and then told you they couldn't divulge their buyers. Were what if trump fell down the stairs of air force. One three times in one climb. What if trump the borders to give free healthcare food housing and education to any and everyone that wanted to come but didn't require them to pay taxes. What if trump allowed those coming across the border to do so with children that were trafficked in order to make it through. What if this happened. During a pandemic and he didn't require them to get text tested vaccinated or even social distance but he mandated that you and your children do what if trump required federal employees to take an experimental vaccine. What if trump allowed your local governments to muzzle your children for over a year with no significant numbers or science tobacco up. What if he did all of this and mandated those passports for everyone. What if trump abolish the keystone pipeline along with american jobs only to ask foreign entities to increase their production so we could find them. What if under trump and these changes gas prices rose forty one percent would food. Prices rose five percent car. Prices rose forty one percent. What if trump wanted to the fund the police while it was trendy to say so but then changed his tune when he realized how ridiculous it was. What if trump claims during his campaign he was going to send two thousand dollar relief checks but he only sent fourteen hundred dollars and said well. Hey the other guy already gave you six hundred dollars. What if trump promised over one million jobs but didn't even come close what trump's presidency was proven to be stolen by foreign interference and the media wouldn't even show you the proof. What if local leaders involved in that cover up tried hiding into leading the evidence. What if you wanted to talk about your thoughts on trump but social media deleted your words every single time. What if all of these things happened. But the media pretended it didn't happen and said what a great job he's doing. Well i'll tell you this. Unfortunately all of these things are happening under biden and if it were under trump you would know about it. The media would persecute him daily and would never start. You would never stop hearing about it. But the truth is because it's biden and the corruption runs deep. The truth is hidden from you. Those of us that wanna share these troops truths with you are censored we the people regardless of political affiliation economic standing or color all share. One common trait were all american. We're here because we stand for freedom truth and what's right for our future and the future of our children. We all remember those that fought for us to have those rights and maybe continue the traditions.

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"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"The michael very show is on the air. I was sent by one of our show sponsors of video and he said something to the effect of czar. I know you get a lot of emails during the day. And i know a lot of people share stuff with you usually by the time it gets to you. You've already seen all true. He said but if you haven't we you just give me three minutes to watch this video. I thought well that's a polite respectful way to do that. And i do get too many emails in too much sent to me. But he very rarely asked in. That was such a such a wonderful way. He handled it so i clicked on video. And we've posted it to our blog. Michael berry show dot com. There is a very pretty woman speaking into must be her hand held camera. it's not high production values. there's no fancy set she's just stating certain hypotheticals. What if this. And what if that and her delivery is strangely. Mesmerizing does kind of monotone. Clearly written it out and she's reading an issue goes along. She's staring into the camera. Did i mention fellas. She's really pretty. So if you go to michael berry show dot com. You'll see she's either light skinned black girl or she could be hispanic or she could be cuban puerto rican something like that. I think she's probably light. Skin black girl. Maybe creole louisiana. I don't know it doesn't matter much But it is interesting and actually no more introduction. Just give this a listen and ponder it and if you love it then go to michael berry. Show dot com click it and click the the url the address and send it to other people. I think it's very powerful in. It really makes you think she's done research. Listen this what if trump said if you don't vote for me you ain't black. What if trump's claim to fame was creating policy that jailed.

"three minute" Discussed on Slow Radio

Slow Radio

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on Slow Radio

"Tell three minute film house went over and can g. it's very trendy to supposedly fifty companies around here aside snuggling correct but not being affected. He's done act did there's always ten ration- i think there's.

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"three minute" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"In three minutes on I've always been the one to say goodbye that's the engine and it runs a man named indecisive so do you the two good morning friend Naji on it what are three five kiss FM Chicago's number one hit music station Fred Naji.

"three minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The moms have been there since November and a joke judge ruled last Friday that the woman women must leave the home they actually filed court documentation saying we should have the right to stay of the people who own the property it's a company that owns the property and they're saying now we don't have the right to swat on her property so it's it's cut is an ugly situation for both sign for both sides so for my mom's who don't have a home in their children need a place to stay right and for the owner of the property in California it is really difficult to get rid of squatters hmmm every landlord will tell you that right so both ends are being brought into this because we don't have a overall solution to almost crisis in the state well I had in places like Oakland where the number I mean I saw number this morning reported forty seven percent increase almost this I'm just in the bay area which makes a lot of sense with you know how expensive things are there that it would be proportionally higher yeah but it now if you're a mom with kids in your home listen there's an empty house you're going there you're gone there your statewide sixteen percent increase by the way forty seven percent increase in Oakland statewide sixteen percent my other states in an increase in our former gonna see more scenes like this is how we fix that so the progress a new MLS stadium a new look for the waterfront how downtown segment is making huge strides and then there are the challenges the home was crisis yes it plays out there and how to attract new businesses were people want to shop we have a conversation with a top business leader and that's coming up in three minutes latest news insight and perspective to the news the KFBK morning news with Christina men don sat and Sam Shane on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. there are few things in life is critical as your eyes and if you're considering lay sick you want the best damn Solomon here for new men lay sick I did the research doctor.

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"three minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Talk one of seven one everything entertainment we appreciate to hope it's a short week for you it is for us why okay all right tell us about John Tesh like John Tesh a large headed man he's a great guest on Conan o'brien he used to do quite a bit on Conan o'brien I don't know if he's been on his new show on TBS but he was always very funny self deprecating you know he's got a radio show with a daily living Johnny Cash something show that John dash John gash in the tax the John Tesh and it's just one countdown show low it's like the John Tash inspirational show it's like one inspirational did you it's it's all according to a new study is it essentially what it is yeah I feel like he is to have a show on the weekends that was no he's had his own daily syndicate musical show for quite some time hi anyway so a couple weeks ago he got inducted into the twenty nineteen class of the radio hall of fame that's cool a few days later according to Robert feeder dot com some dudes block a few days later he packed up their award winning mailed it back so why you ask well John Tesh had chosen his wife slash business partner actress Connie Sellecca to be his presenter at the induction ceremonies they're still married still married home when her remarks exceeded the three minute limit that presenters were given now a producer cute music to play her off on now when that didn't work they cut selling because microphone and they turned out the lights in the ballroom it's not clear according to this article why the producer felt it necessary to cut off Celica before she finished because it wasn't being televised but it happened it was an embarrassing moment Firtash for selling his family they had flown in from LA for the occasion of course or celebrities there Jimmy Fallon Ryan Seacrest Christian Slater Dr Ruth he accepted the ward but there were graciously he went up into the whole thing express gratitude first family in the honor of being inducted hi he also sure that he had been diagnosed with cancer in twenty fifteen and credited his faith in divine healing for being cancer free once they went home however his wife they said yes second thoughts here in send this back the museum of broadcast communications said quote what happened the night of the radio hall of fame to Connie Celica was a horrible mistake and I could not apologize more that from the executive director of the museum hers is a strong an important voice that should not be silenced silence but she was and then the lights off as a real power play two yeah but that's rude that's unless there's a surprise yesterday on Twin Cities live start the show yeah all is well yeah the reading off birthday fax more babies are born in August than any other month by the way reading off all these birth defects and then the lights go out all the studio lights total blackout so we quick reach our phones turn the flash lights on we really were not and I was a surprise this is the where you know this is your life's the element turn around in my wife will be there my best friend's gonna be there all high school teacher it was just in fact a brief power surge okay that's good news all right it was called the John Tesh radio show by the way it used to air on adult contemporary radio stations a Christian and soft rock radio foreign intelligence where life that's right ladies with some trash bro I had to pull up a couple John Tesh songs that you might not know John Tesh was the the composer of here's the Entertainment Tonight theme song.

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