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"time magazine" Discussed on WTOP
"Is well underway these days with people filling up their mall parking lots and online carts too, but for many, shopping is actually something we do even when we don't need to. So what makes it so addictive? This morning if you turn to Alanis simul, senior economics correspondent and Time Magazine who wrote about it. This is something a lot of us do and I think the reason is because we've evolved to do this our brains reward us for doing this because our brains reward us for acquiring stuff. With the ease of online shopping, it's very easy. I find myself doing this too. You need little something a little reward, maybe. And you go online and you order something, the interesting thing that I learned is the reason that we crave those rewards. It's because our brains like these small, unexpected things that happen. Think about our ancestors. They were surviving on maybe meet and they found this sudden new patch of blueberries. What they learned from this was doing something a little different and finding this reward was good for their body and it felt good. And so their brains prompted them to keep doing that. I'm going to mention Amazon. Is it even more pleasurable when you don't even have to put on your jacket and drive to the store and find a parking space, but just wait at home for the present to arrive. Yeah, I mean, I would say that we've evolved to try to acquire more things and spend as little effort as possible. Doing so. It makes sense. If you're the caveman who can get a bunch of animals and not leave your cave, you're going to be safer than the one who has to go to the animal store. You know, I think it's also you get two rewards with online shopping. You feel good. You get that reward when you press the button to order something. And then you get another reward around at your doorstop and you get to open it. If you'd like to stop or back off a little bit, probably cold turkey isn't the best way. What do experts that you're reading and hearing from recommend? If you just kind of want to stop shopping so much and buying so much. One of the things is by used, which can be hard for gifts. I actually did this last year. I tried to buy everyone in my family. I used holiday gift. I think also looking to buy experiences instead of actual stuff. Our brains are still going to be craving something unexpected and different. But I think there are also ways to get that that isn't shopping. Some sort of substitution. You have to substitute something for that shopping, but maybe you can substitute something that's a little better for your wallet and a little better for the planet as well. Some of the experts I talked to said making these changes, like if you think about someone going to weight watchers or alcohol synonymous, having connections with people who are going through these same changes as you can really help. And feeling good about what you did feeling like you did something that was right or good for the planet that can help too.
"time magazine" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition
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"time magazine" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program
"Secondly, an observation that I received in a letter at the very beginning of this past week. Thirdly, a question that came from a young lady to me asking very specific questions concerning what was she supposed to do with her money in relationship to the work of the gospel. She said, she really didn't have much idea. I was at the same time quite delighted to realize how timely I was when yesterday in hainan's, I picked up the current edition of Time Magazine and found that it contains the headline does God want you to be rich. Yes, say some mega churches, others call it heresy, the debate over the new gospel wealth. I said to myself, wow, it's almost as if I was prompted and maybe I should definitely go ahead with the matter at hand. What, where, when, why and how God's people give, says something not everything about the state of our commitment to the lord Jesus Christ. Bottom line are check stubs speak volumes. If you no longer use checks, then you're online banking records, tell it all. Can tell where the largest purchases have been made, the largest ongoing commitments are to be found, the state of your own credit history, and everything else is there for any and all finally to see. And everything under the gaze of an OC in God. If we give grudgingly, then our approach is essentially, I have to. If we give dutifully, our approach is essentially, I need to. If we give thankfully, our approach is essentially I want to. I want to. And all of us this morning to some degree or another will be found as either grudge giving duty giving or Thanksgiving. And by our giving, as someone has written, our money can make us overseas missionaries without ever leaving home, turn us into evangelists without ever standing on a platform. Make us broadcasters without ever entering a studio and Bible teachers without ever writing a book. Now, in the passage that we just read, you will notice that Paul's concern as stated at the end of verse 7 is that these Corinthian believers to whom he writes might excel in the grace of giving. In the earlier part of the same verse, he has given them their scores as it were for faith and speech, knowledge, earnestness, and love. He says you have a four when it comes to all of these things. Now he says, see that you also excel in this grace of giving. Make sure he says that all of these other elements speaking your own faith, your knowledge, your earnestness, and so on and your love, make sure that all of these things are expressed in the most practical of forms, namely in the realm of generosity. That is what he is addressing. The generosity, the overflowing goodness of the people of God. Now, I want you to notice his tone as it's there in the opening phrase of verse 8, because tone is very, very important always. That's one of the reasons I didn't want my voice to be particularly loud.
"time magazine" Discussed on KGO 810
"Compiled a list of 43 investments he owns in crypto companies. When billionaires demonstrate their interest in crypto, non billionaires might want to pay attention. And guess who has launched an NFT collection? The car company, Kia. They've launched 10,100 NFTs, and they're not the only car company to have done that. Lamborghini Mercedes, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Porsche Bentley, all of them have launched NFTs. At Alfa Romeo, if you buy a car, you get an NFT. It records the vehicle's data and serves us proof that you've maintained the car properly, which improves its value. And Time Magazine is now selling timepieces. The magazine is 99 years old, that's an awful lot of magazine covers, and that's what their NFTs are. These timepieces, NFTs, are old covers of Time Magazine. 20,000 of them they've issued, they've already generated a $10 million profit and have given 600,000 of it to charities. By the way, you can now subscribe to Time Magazine with any one of 33 different digital assets. And Tiffany is also selling NFTs 250 of them. And they're selling these NFTs for $50,000 apiece. It's not a real diamond necklace, it's an image of a diamond
Sean Feucht and Eric Discuss Sean's New Film 'Superspreader'
"I'm talking to Sean foy. Can you spell it? No one can. But I can pronounce it. Sean, okay, people know you in various contexts. Last night, you had a lettuce worship event in the middle of Times Square. It was amazing, and it was what I think part of what you're helping people do, and you've definitely helped me do that. It really to be bolder in our expressions of faith. I mean, to worship God, unashamedly in the middle of Babylon, essentially. And to say that we're going to take Babylon for Jesus because he loves all of these broken people. And they need him. There is something powerful about that. Now I want to say, again, you've been doing these worship, let us worship prevents all around the country. But now, and I said this yesterday at the end of the film, the film super spreader is spectacular. It's really wonderful. It's not an official Christian film because Kevin sorbo is not in it. All right? So I just want to say, we can't say like official Christian film because sorbo is not in the cast. But I'm in it and all kinds of other people are in it, but it tells the story of what happened with you and your beautiful wife and your family. But what amazes me is that as people go to theaters now to see super spreader, it's going to continue the movement. In other words, the film in theaters is continuing the movement and getting these ideas out there. So I was thinking in other revivals in history, we've never had the possibility of capturing stuff on. I mean, in the Jesus movement in the late 60s, early 70s, whatever, you know, they weren't they weren't able to spread this around the country. Maybe it would be in Time Magazine if you're lucky, but there's no way and to me the film super spreader is somehow being used by God to touch people. You can
The World Is Better Because You're in It
"I see a picture in The New York Times Magazine of this past Sunday, two days ago. It's a classroom. And there's a gigantic sign up in the classroom, very colorful, each letter is a different color, it's got a picture of the globe and, you know, not a picture. Yeah, not a photo, a paint, a drawing, and here are the words around the globe, for the little kids. I don't know what age it doesn't say what age I hope you know. The world is better, because you are in it. Look, is that awesome? So my dear friend. I can't think of a stupider sign. Unless your project is to create narcissists. And that is, look, leftism, I've always regarded as a form of narcissism. I'm great.
"time magazine" Discussed on Untangle
"When you look at the future, do you have a vision for how some of the mindfulness practices and the science where this is all going as it relates to healthcare hospitals or educational systems, corporations, do you think we're ready for this integration and how will people learn these tools? Absolutely. I think it's already happening. Time Magazine had what was called the mindful revolution, and there's already 700 hospitals and medical centers around the country who have integrated mindfulness. Being integrated and 500 companies into our school systems into the military, and I think right now for me, the key is to keep doing the science, so we understand how to best integrate it and how to best use it. And also to make these practices accessible to demystify mindfulness to help people understand that this is not a religious or spiritual practice that it's really one of mental fitness that we're training the mind. It's a universal human capacity. And I think what we want to better understand now are the nuances of how can we teach it in a way that's most effective for our children for teachers for patients for parents for politicians that we need to find the ways that we can use mindfulness in our medical system and our education system and our society to help evolve us in the right direction of greater understanding of our interdependence of our capacity for compassion and connection so that we can really heal our world. Yeah, I was speaking with someone yesterday and he had this great term when he said he was in a corporate environment and he said sometimes it just feels like there are spinning plates around you and I had this image of the spinning plates from having been in a media company from having been in a hospital having pain from having had tantrum as a child. There's so many spinning plates around us. Is it possible to pause and do a practice well the spinning plates are around you, for example, when you're in deep pain when you can't sleep when you are very angry in the moment. What are the in the moment practices that help us get through the intensity that makes it hard to do mindfulness practice or even to meditate in silence when you're having all is spitting plates around you. This is, I think, one of the most important dimensions of mindfulness is what I call the mindful pause in between the stimulus and response in between that trigger and your automatic reaction. You have the chance to pause and in that pause lies your freedom that you don't have to automatically react.
Trace Gallagher: Are the FBI Looking for Secret or Sacred Documents?
"To trace Gallagher last night on Fox News, he was talking to Greg gutfeld on Fox News about this Mar-a-Lago rate. You confused Greg. Honestly, I'm confused. Are they looking for secret documents or sacred documents? Because every time Trump is on the cover of a magazine, you know, to him, that's a sacred document. And you look at all those folders, do you think, are they all filled with magazine covers? Because that's what it could be. Remember when Trump was accused of putting up phony Time Magazine pictures and all his golf clubs around the country and it turned out he was kind of a big joke. They did that. But the truth here is it's come down to this bizarre thing. Two weeks ago, The Washington Post reports that what is in the secret documents are nuclear secrets. Right? These are nuclear things and they've kind of pulled away from that. And now it seems to be a battle over documents that Trump just won't give back. We don't know what's in there. He won't give him back and the DoJ is pissed about that.
Never Underestimate the Stupidity of the People on the Left
"Two years after he leaves office, oh, look at that. There's some documents. They had in his office in Mar-a-Lago. Now we're going to, we're going to break into his desk, take the documents out, we're going to strew them all over the floor, take pictures along with the Time Magazine covers. That was stage two, of course. We're going to stage a picture release it to the world so that dumb people can think that that's what Trump did. He just scattered classified documents all over the floor of his office. And it worked incidentally, plenty of people thought that's what that's the condition they found them in. There's a lot of people that thought that the FBI walked into Mar-a-Lago and saw all those documents on the floor. Never underestimate the stupidity of people on the left.
Stephanie and Hal Sparks Discuss How Trump's Lawyers
"House sparks, hey. How do I how dumber Donald Trump's lawyers? That was Alina haba bless me. She's in a bad or bad based attorney, I think. Okay. Okay. Did she just admit that, yes, we did have the classified stuff, and also there's a lot of people that went in and out of there, but it was totally secure. They had guests all the time and it was all boxed up and very nicely and in small display case. It was not spread out on the floor. It was stuffed in between filed pictures of Time Magazine covers that he was going to put up in his office, but he hasn't gotten around to doing. And don't take the fact that he had top secret files stuffed in between personal effects as a way of hiding them as they left the building as any sign of any criminality on his part. Also, does she think none of us binge watch true crime all during COVID forgot? Do you see the little T square? Do you see the little triangle that says two a on it? That's evidence. That's what he found. That's where he found it. He spreads it out. He takes a picture of it, then he boxes it up and takes it from that site.
"time magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Again today. We're just not going to comment on the investigation. And I think any underlying pieces of the investigation, any content of the investigation, this is an ongoing, as you all know, investigation, that the Department of Justice and independent investigation of the Department of Justice is doing. We are not going to politically interfere. We are not going to comment on anything connected to the investigation and we're just going to keep it there. Do you think they're not going to comment? She'll be asked again tomorrow and the day after that as well. The question and answer will likely remain the same. The only person who's answered questions about this is Joe Biden actually, right? Remember he said he was not tipped off zero when he was asked at a completely unrelated event. He also made a gesture role his eyes thought it was absurd about declassifying all these documents without telling anybody. Let's assemble the panel, we haven't had a chance to talk to Rick and jeanie since the filing last night, of course, our signature panel is back together. Rick Davis, jeanie Chan xino Bloomberg, politics contributors, Rick. When you saw that picture, it just seemed different than reading about it in the affidavit on Friday. Yeah, I mean, I was lucky enough to serve in The White House where I got to see those cover sheets from time to time. And the reality is I kind of thought that's what they were looking at in the scene that picture I thought holy smokes. It's true. I mean, this guy literally just brought stuff home from the office and took it down to a resort. So he said he had it. He said he declassified it, which is the big question. But the fact that he's admitted to having something that doesn't belong to him is the basis for, I think, this entire investigation. He's admitted that he had these documents. What's your take, Jeannie, having learned as much as we have over the last 12 hours or so. There was more information in that photograph than we had read so far in any other of the sort of news dumps, whether it was the war end or the affidavit that we had a chance to read. Even the Time Magazine just adds the perfect cherry on top. That's right. When Merrick Garland said some time ago in his press conference that he was going to speak through his court filings. I don't think any of us imagined how much he meant that and how well they were going to do that and the fact that they asked for more pages and this thing reads something more of like a story or a script or a narrative than it does a legal court filing and they spoke through their words, they spoke through the pictures, certainly you can't get enough of that Time Magazine framed covers. And it speaks volumes. And the absurdity of this is that Donald Trump has once again done this to himself. And I seldom quote Steve doocy from Fox News, but he said it when he said, you know what, why did he have all this stuff there? It can't be declassified and nobody knows about it. I mean, these are people who are supporters of Donald Trump saying this. So you know it is bad. He has stepped into it, and there's literally no defense a private individual which the president is, can not have these documents. And he has no legal or factual defense for it as this filing shows. Reaction from Republicans and granted we're here in the last week of August as nobody in town, but reaction has been pretty quiet. We Lindsey Graham has been doing his best to stand up for Donald Trump. Mitch McConnell was asked about it today in Kentucky. How about short and sweet here? I don't have any observations about that. All right. Ken buck is the other extreme. Republican from Colorado. He's on Fox News. Listen to the way he gets to this. No, I don't have any observations about that. Here's Ken buck. I understand that former president's former Secretary of State may very well have classified information. He may be writing a memoir. He may be writing an autobiography and the fact that he had documents in and of itself isn't a concern how he treated those documents and what negotiations occurred with the archivist, we just don't know at this point. The congressman doesn't think it's even a concern Rick to have these documents in his possession. The cover sheets would argue with that. Yeah, this is a fact that is not debatable. Trump had national defense intelligence material in his home. It is criminal to have national defense intelligence material in a non federal facility. Period. That's the law. So he may be ought to take a civics course before he runs for office. He is in possession of these documents. That's a fact. That's illegal. He put them into the hands of people potentially who are not authorized to hold them. That's illegal. So when you start really peeling back this layer, it's really not as complicated as it is as it seems. And one of the documents potentially more may have the identity of foreign agents in it. That's like The Crown jewel of government secrets. That's illegal. Right, so do we hear nothing do Republicans just stop talking about this? Because there was a chorus defending Donald Trump about a week ago. Yeah, look, I think that Mitch McConnell represents the vast majority of Republicans who actually have their head screwed on right. I mean, Ken buck Kristi Noem today. All the feds planted this material. I mean, it's insane. Nobody's going to believe them. They're going to lose their credibility and it makes the party look bad. So if you have those kinds of
John Guandolo: It's Much Worse Inside the FBI Than You Think
"Your analysis of what's happening with the FBI here? They're posting pictures of Time Magazine covers. Seems as if they're almost taunting the former president. I believe this is highly political. You've worked in the bureau for quite some time and you know it better than almost anybody else. What's going on right now with the FBI is it as bad as it seems? Yes, I think it's actually worse than most Americans understand both the department of justice, the FBI, and quite frankly, the broader federal government you've addressed a number of these points on this show and previous shows. So I would go back to James Comey. I honestly believe you got to start there. One of the things I find fascinating is I go around the country and speak to leaders and communities and as we train communities at my organization understanding the threat, I find that very few people know that James Comey publicly admitted he was a communist right when he was leaving the office as the U.S. attorney of the southern district of New York to become the Deputy Attorney General. And this is back in 2003 in a New York magazine article. He admits he's a communist. And then he gets elevated to the Deputy Attorney General and then elevated to become the director of the FBI. And I think the takeaway for your listeners and viewers is that if a guy who openly admits he was a communist, can get elevated to those levels inside our federal government, almost 20 years ago, imagine how bad the communist movement and the greater cabal is inside our federal government today. So yes, it is much worse inside the FBI than I think most people believe it is.
DOJ Releases Filing, Intentionally Places Documents in Photo
"Of Justice that just released a filing of a picture of documents from our Lago seemingly just kind of spread all across the floor. It is very clear that our prediction on Monday is becoming true. This is the Department of Justice sending a clear and obvious and intentional message towards Donald Trump and his allies and towards you that the fourth branch of government is not going to take it anymore that the fourth branch of government the unelected unknown unchecked power apparatus is going for it. They know they're unpopular. They know they do not have a constituency. They want to be the few ruling the many. They want to destroy the idea of the many ruling the few. What is it in this picture exactly? Will the administrative state post this picture of documents all across the floor? Nothing necessarily telling there, but there's two big things. And you'd have to look a level deeper for there. The first of which is an intentional placement of a Time Magazine cover. Now look, they knew that this was going to go viral. They knew that this was going to be examined through every single way. A picture of Donald Trump with all the Democrat candidates looking outside of the window and it says knock knock. Misses back from March of 2019. Get it? Knock, knock, like we're knocking on your door on home. No, no mistake that that was put in there. Now this is not for the purpose of the judge. This is simply and solely for a public relations move. This was designed with the sole intent to try to chill, descent. It's so smug, it's so arrogant, the FBI no longer even tries to hide their political bias. And I'm going to say this, again, they're going for it.
The FBI Planted 'Top Secret' Documents in Released Photo
"It's got top secret documents strewn all over the carpet at Mar-a-Lago. Of course they did that. They took the documents if you're watching us on the shell of news channel, Yuri, who were welcomed back in after a couple of days off, good to have you back Yuri. He's got the picture up right now on the screen. You should see it. Carpeting looks beautiful incidentally. They've taken, you can see like a Time Magazine cover and there's framed photographs in a box and the next to that, top secret dunk done, and they've got their documents strewn all over the floor. Now, I'm assuming that the FBI did that. So they took the documents out of Trump's desk, I wonder if it was locked, they definitely broke in to the office. He didn't want him in there. Took the documents out of his decks, desk, splayed them all over the floor, took a picture and said, here we go. Look at the documents on the floor, making you think Trump did that. Like he just flung documents that are classified all over the floor of Mar-a-Lago. They're never going to stop.
"time magazine" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Got that exact same thing. Certificate of special congressional recognition over there for something. Okay. Well, you do have something from Time Magazine though. I don't think that's Time Magazine. I think I believe that this hustler, I'm not kidding. No, no, no. Mexican over here when they asked Lily Tomlin was well, that's what we Tomlin is in Time Magazine. Okay, just happened to mention me. I made time. Your name is in there. Take the win. You have a frame Time Magazine on your wall, like Trump did. I'm such a sad little person. Okay. Hey, give me some future senator Ruben gallego. Will you please thank you. You know, unfortunately, the portion of the Republican Party, the mccains of the Republican Party that were really believing in the idea of democracy have been pushed out by the party. And this is why we are at a situation where there's a lot of people that vote for Republicans not knowing that they're voting really for someone who may want to not have popular elections anymore. Oh, by the way, the chairwoman of the Arizona Republican Party argued that thousands could be implicated if a federal judge does not quash the subpoena from the House select committee investigating the January 6th attack. Kelly ward, yeah, her 20 said, this will definitely lead to the questioning of and further subpoenas issued to thousands of Republicans in contact. Oh, I see. So you don't want to see what's in my phone because that a lot of other people probably be climbing. Right. Implicated in the crimes. You know, I don't know about you, but I would then really want to see what's in that phone. I think it is. Yeah, just kind of drew an arrow towards you there. Trump's attorney's going not these boxes. Right. These boxes, you can't look in here. These are fine. There's nothing in here. Kelsey ward's not that bright. So I just want to go back to where he was talking about the basement at Mar-a-Lago. But we also know there are tunnels. So we know there's a sub level, two months ago, because we know that Rudy was drunkenly wandering through those. Yes, yes. Yes. Okay. In a spinal tap redux. Where am I? Okay. Ruben gala, gallego. Sorry. This is not normal. These aren't normal Republicans. Republican Party has been taken over. And they are a threat to democracy, these very radical radical, I would say fringe Republicans that unfortunately now have power within the Republican Party. Okay, and one last one. The United States and the people guys states, we have universal values. And I think that still buying Democrats and Republicans. Maybe not the politicians. But an understanding and appreciation of democracy, I think, will bind us. And we have to continue pushing that there is a threat to it. Let me tell you about one year ago I was actually saying, we need to highlighting how bad the Republicans are right now and what they are and what the threat they are for democracy. And I was told by the professional class, that's not what people want to hear. People don't want to talk about that right now. Don't bring that up. Don't worry about it. I stuck with it because I still believe there's universal values. And guess what? Now it's coming around to that. So we should never, ever run away from defending democracy. It's something that I think will always be proud of. And I think in the end, the voters of this country will reward us. Yes, they will. Future senator
"time magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Society, especially technology, the Internet, institutions, and financial regulations, she was named one of Time Magazine's hundred most influential people in the world, and one of foreign policy magazines, hundred global thinkers she is the co author of the bankers new clothes, what's wrong with banking and what to do about it, and not at Mahdi, welcome to Bloomberg. Thank you so much. So let's talk a little bit about your background. You have a lot of degrees. You have a bachelor's from Hebrew university, then a master's in arts, a master's in philosophy and a PhD from Yale University. Tell us a little bit about your academic journey. So my journey starts where I took a lot of math. I was good in math, and I loved math. It was very pretty. It was all but I decided I probably won't be good enough to be a mathematician, so it was kind of in my romantic mind when I was in my early 20s. I was going to take but not give back to man. That kind of thing. And so I had to find something, and at first it was going to be sort of applied math like operations research, which was the worst kind of math optimization. It's kind of boring. And but I got an opportunity to go to Yale and these degrees were just kind of simultaneously gotten. I mean, I was at a Yale in three and a half years ago. And I just, an opportunity landed on my lap to go to this program in operations research at Yale and I was promised that Yale is very interdisciplinary and once you pass your qualifying exams, you can do whatever you want. But it never taken an economic score before that. But when I got to Yale, my adviser said, why don't you take microeconomics and take mathematical economics and take some economics. And by the end of the first year, I kind of knew a new language. And it was all much more interesting because there was interactions between people and equilibrium and all of that. And by second year, I took the course that was absolutely a must take in the crowd that I was hanging with, which was Steve Ross financial economics. Yale didn't even have a program in finance, the school of management was just created. This was back in the late 70s, early 80s. And he was just teaching people all they needed to know about finance, which was just coming up. It had become professionalized when before it was just a bunch of disparity theories. So you find your calling in economics, but you really take some of your background and dig pretty deep into financial regulations and technology. Where did the tech background come from? So that all I was totally in the sort of finance bubble. First kind of market microstructure trading mechanisms. This is the quaint 1987 black Monday, small black Monday, not just that little one day glitch. Sure. 19% decline in one day. 22, 22 point something. Yeah. Yeah, so it was program trading and insurance. Insurance and all these replication strategies and all of this stuff. And so that was kind of the little crisis of the day right in the little details. And that's before high frequency trading and all the rest of it. But then I worked on trading mechanisms and information getting into prices and informed and uninformed trading and markets for information and newsletters and managed money, portfolio theory. And then and then I got more interested in kind of governance, but governance in the narrow sense, corporate governance and contract, which was all about the problems between shareholders and managers. I never was interested in banking, particularly we have a lot of silos, even within economics, let alone in all the social sciences and law and all of that. So we're each in our little silo with our little journals, all this stuff. So I just got curious. Wait a minute. I teach corporate finance. The bank is also a corporation. Now why does it have like almost no equity funding? What's going on there? I teach paper capital structure theory and how are banks so different
Is Brittney Griner a 'Freedom Fighter'? It's Hard to Care...
"Well, somebody who's very uncool, but the left is trying to make cool Britney griner. They keep calling they keep calling our W, what's it the WNBA, the women or the WBA, maybe is what it is. I think the basketball player now. Right, right. That's WNBA. They keep calling our WNBA star. Oh, even though no one's really heard of her. But nevertheless, here on Time Magazine on the cover, Britney griner and the fight for freedom. Now what's the fight for freedom? She's been arrested in Russia for illegal drugs. And you know, I know when it comes to my own case, people love to go, will you pleaded guilty, didn't you? So, you know, what are you complaining about? You obviously deserve whatever penalty they gave you. Even if they locked you up for ten years because you pleaded guilty, well, Britney griner got 9 years or 9 and a half years. Well, you know what? She pleaded guilty. Uh oh. So. What's there to feel bad about? Yeah. Well, she probably gets treated better in prison than the January 6th defendants do. Well, you're making a profound point here, which is this. You know, this had happened 20 years ago, my reaction would have gone something like this. I would have said, you know, Britney griner needs to learn how great it is to live in America. When you're on some other country like Russia, you're not gonna get due process, you know, so, you know, here's a woman who's been taking a knee and sort of I don't know all these critiques of the founders and of America. Well, you know what? America's not so bad after all. That would have been my reaction, but this was actually not my reaction. With this case, my reaction was, frankly, they're trying to get me to be outraged and trying to get me to care. I don't care, you know? My reaction to this is basically snore. You know, why? Because this is happening and far worse in our own country.
The Moronic (and Oxymoronic) 'Inflation Reduction Act'
"I want to address the gobbledy gook that runs through the so called inflation reduction act. This is kind of a scam that Congress does and Democrats in particular do they assign these sort of names or inflation reduction act. The idea here is to give you a goal that they have, even though their actions have nothing to do with the goal. And in fact, far from advancing the goal, subvert the goal. But the underlying premise appears to be the American people are really dumb. The media are on our side and they will continue to trumpet whatever we say however preposterous. We can count on Time Magazine. We can count on The New York Times, these people are not really independent assessors of anything. They're not even honest arbiters words. So let's look at this inflation reduction act to $433 billion. A lot of it going to various kind of climate provisions and. It's government spending. And its government spending that is going to, it would seem by using normal logic, advance, inflation, because this is not a time, in fact, Joe Manchin, who is the man who's making this possible, has even said before that when you have inflation galloping ahead, it's not exactly time to do a big spending bill. But here's Manchin who has admittedly tamed this bill he has brought it down. But this is how Manchin is. He maintains a moderate reputation by saying things like, I'm going to stand up against the Democrats. And he does slow them down. And he doesn't moderate their objectives. But then he gives them.
Republicans Just Gave BLM Its Own National Holiday
"And for the naive Republicans that voted for this become a federal holiday, as somehow this would lessen racial tensions, this increases racial tensions. You have given BLM a national holiday to be able to write these ridiculous op eds in CNN. How about this one? Time Magazine. Juneteenth is now a national holiday, our reparations next. You see, they look at that as a starting point. You validate their racial disharmony agenda. You platform and recognize and give power to the very same people that burned and looted the entire country for weeks and months. Somehow we're now the very same academics that said that looting is acceptable. That the proper way to honor George Floyd is to blow off a little steam. This is what is called the movement of a million steps. They start with Juneteenth, but they're not done. Now they're saying our reparations next. And Republicans unwillingness to fight on what July 4th actually is. And it's that say, well, yeah, sure, this seems innocent enough. Goes to show how naive our own side is in dealing with the arsonist left.
How Sheila Nevens Ended up at HBO for Life
"How did you actually get to HBO? Someone called me when I was at CBS, and I like CBS, but on you, it wanted me to be on camera. And again, it was this actress actress actress. And I didn't want to be on camera. And I said, Don, I want to produce things. And he said, no, no, you waste yourself. You're wasting stuff. Good talk. I usually realize that. And somebody called me, Irish studio, I think, was her name. She called me and said, we're looking for someone to do documentaries at HBO. I didn't know what that was. It's a new table. I didn't even know what cable was. I had nothing. I knew network. Do you have any ideas? And so I said, let me look through my rolodex. We had rolodex in there. And I looked through and I wrote down some names of people and I thought, wait, wait a second, wait a second. Cable. What the fuck is cable? So I went across the street to the I remember the 42nd street library, and I looked up cable television. I thought, holy mackerel, this is the future, no ads, movies without commercials. Dirty things. No interruptions. Wow, wow. I want this job. So I called back and I said, can I audition for it? What do I do? How do I get this job? So I went over and it was in the time life building, and I thought, oh, Time Magazine. Why is magazine? This is good. And I interviewed for a job and that's how I got a job at HBO, and I was there for my life. I just spent my life at HBO.
DOJ Investigating Hunter Biden for Foreign Lobbying Violations
"Another story that has come out from the Washington examiner and it shows that Hunter Biden is under current federal investigation for foreign lobbying. Same sort of thing that we've been alleging for quite some time. That Hunter Biden is being investigated now by the Department of Justice for lobbying fellow on behalf of fellow countries and lobbying our own government. Wonder how many people would have wanted to know that before they voted for Biden? Hunter Biden is being investigated in his business partner Devon archer has now been indicted, isn't it? Doesn't it beg the question of whether or not your own current government is bought when it comes to making decisions with Ukraine or China? This is incredibly frustrating for me. Because we as Trump supporters, we as conservatives, we followed the rules. We did what was right. Through our different efforts at turning point action or through my own personal advocacy efforts, not of that of turning point USA, we worked hard, we were motivating crowds. We were organizing people to try to vote for Donald Trump. All the while there was a broader conspiracy at play and why you say oh Charlie, come on, it's not a conspiracy. They admitted it, there's a story in Time Magazine that said, the secret history of the shadow campaign that won the 2020 election. That's the definition of a conspiracy, by the way.
John Zmirak on Deep State Election Steals
"Folks talking to John S mirak. John, the level of lies and corruption is so staggering. I always shrink from accepting that kind of a narrative just because it's too horrifying. I have to say, is this really true that it's this sick? I mean, you mentioned Soros and Schwab. These are people who basically are literally Hitler. There's close as you can get in our time. They are firmly standing against Russia for Ukraine. They don't believe in good or evil. They don't believe in anything. Whatever they believe in, I'm against it. And so the idea that that you're not hearing in the news that in 2014, we created the current Ukrainian regime. So this is not some, you know, actual outpouring of democracy among the Ukrainian people that is dirty. So it's also dirty. Yes, disgusting. They did in 2014 what they did to us in 2020. Same thing. They stole an election. When you say they, you mean the American deep state or CIA, or yeah. Okay, so and the American oligarchy. I mean, the media. You remember that Time Magazine story, how they were going to fortify democracy. And it would use Zuckerberg's portal that money to change election rules. On here? What's that? You know, Michael Anton? No. He wrote the story, the flight 93 election, that famous essay. He's got a book called the stakes where he talks about what we have as an American oligarchy that's trying to keep its power by any means necessary. And Trump was a glitch in the matrix. He's getting elected and they spent the next four years correcting the glitch and making sure it never happened again.
Pastor Shawn Bolz on His New Book 'Encounter'
"Sean boltz welcome. I'm so glad to be here Eric. This is awesome. I'm not going to ask you to sprint, but I'd like to talk to you about a lot of stuff. You're somebody that I've followed you a little bit, and I thought when I heard that you had a book out, the book is called encounter that it would be great to have you on the program. So your pastor in Los Angeles, now a pastor in Los Angeles, but I actually do more TV ministry. I'm on TV and like you are and I do a lot of hosting of podcasts. And we're creating a conversation for what God is doing right now. It's so easy to see what he's not doing. So easy to see what people are doing wrong with the enemy's doing. But seeing what God is doing is really profound right now. That I know that is true. And it's one of the reasons I wanted you on the program because a lot of people wouldn't know that because if you look around, the news media, let's face it. They're not covering things as they are. That's putting it really mildly. And there are dramatic things. I just had dinner with Mario Morello the other day. And he started sharing things with me. And I said, why do most Americans have no idea that there's revival happening? Lives are being changed. You would just think it's hopelessness wherever you look. And in part, because of the hopelessness, it's driving some people to God. So there's a good side to the ugly. But so you're the host, I'm sorry, you're the host of a program, obviously, on TBN, but also your pasture of a church. And the title of your book, the new book that I want to talk to you about is called encounter. A spiritual perspective that will shape your faith for the coming move of God. What do you mean by that the coming move of God? Well, you know, the last time that Christianity moved forward in a major way in America was during a period called the Jesus people movement. It was the late 60s, early 70s. And we had about 18 million people get saved, not church centric around one church. But it started in Southern California, but it went all around the world. And it was reported by news media and on the cover of Time Magazine and all these places. And the least likely people group were the ones who were used to bring this, which was the hippie community. And so it's just really interesting how God used the least likely. But I believe we're facing another season where there's a move of God. And before that happened, there was about 15 years of darkness where there was moral decay and free love free drug culture, all these things started happening. People started leaving new care family, just like today, new Griffin was down to about 8% during those years just a few years. People start to leave kind of iniquity was the big thing. Inequity being a wrong mindset through the way we believe psychologically the way we believe kind of humanism was rampant. A lot of socialism was rampant. And then Jesus showed up, then the Holy Spirit came and just supernaturally brought his presence to the earth, and many people got saved. It was very easy. And I've talked to many pastors and I don't know if you know this, but 85% of senior pastors in America today were saved during that period of time, whether it was as a result of that revival, or just coincidence that it was that period of time. Oh, yeah. And a lot of the aging out now. It's a fact. You're
The Argument for God Is an Open-and-Shut Case
"Oftentimes, something is open and shut. But if everyone doesn't know that it's open and shut, that it's been decided, it almost doesn't matter, right? In other words, you know, and I know that the case for there is no longer any case. Let's be honest, okay? In 18 59, you can make a good case. Sure. You can make a case in 1966. You can make a case. And that's why Time Magazine comes out with is God dead. But in this day and age, given what we know from science only from science, you can no longer really make a case. But it doesn't prevent people from blowing smoke from pretending that they can make a case. Or pretending that if you're even talking about it, you're not being rational. In other words, they've conflated rationality with being somehow hostile to faith. With some kind of scientistic way of thinking, I don't know if you talk about that in the book. Yeah, that's the final section in the book is how do we our faith and science at opposite ends of the spectrum or are they too books that God has produced that don't contradict each other? The book of science is just as true as the book of faith, and they compliment each other quite well. And I look at it, not simply from a scientific perspective, but I look at it from a scriptural perspective as well. And that's the final third of the book. It's important because Christians need to understand the Bible does say certain things. But the Bible doesn't say everything. The Bible is God's communication to us about critical things he wanted us to say and it's in the manner in which he chose to say it. But you take Moses on Mount Sinai in Moses gets a dispensation from God, God wasn't as concerned about fixing Moses science as he was fixing Moses theology.
Mollie Hemingway: Democrats' Purpose Is to Intimidate People, Control How They Vote
"They claim to care about democracy When they lose elections they attack the Electoral College They attack the Supreme Court in 2000 There is endless amounts of audio and video showing them challenging the election of Republican presidents from the floor of the house And bringing litigation Al Gore did that for weeks and weeks and weeks Also the Russia collusion as you point out and in 2020 isn't the effort here really to intimidate people so they can't even discuss 2020 2020 was apparently the only fraud free election we've ever had in American history with the least amount of rules and standards in place Isn't that amazing So that's the thing We all know that the 2020 election was unlike any election we've ever experienced that hundreds of laws and processes were changed throughout the country in the months leading up to the election to flood the zone with tens of millions of mail in ballots which we all agreed up until 2020 where the primary means by which fraud can occur And nobody talks about the actual weirdness of that election with the exception of there was that one Time Magazine article that came out that said and I quote there was a quote conspiracy by a well funded cabal of powerful people who worked to change rules and laws fear media coverage control the flow of information to create again a revolution in how people vote You know that if this was an election where people on the right had done this and that someone on the right had won this would be nonstop news coverage concern about rigging of elections and integrity of elections And yet they don't even talk about it at all when there are hundreds of things that they should be talking about There is a very legitimate reason why people are concerned about the integrity of our elections and the media and other Democrats don't want to talk about it because they want to keep the rigging going
"time magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And steered the firm through the 2008 financial crisis and the Great Recession that followed He's twice been named one of the world's most influential people by Time Magazine and he won the Financial Times person of the year award in 2009 Now Lloyd blankfein spends his time as the former CEO of Goldman Sachs which leaves us all wondering what comes next Well I sat down with blank by an earlier this year to discuss just that Listen in So you're not going to be a consultant You're probably not going to be treasuries I think I'm not I'm probably not going to be a surgeon at this point or nuclear scientist But you're 67 you swim every day you're in good health What's next I don't worry about it I don't worry about it I'm not Look I'm also a market guy I have been I'm saying that's not how necessarily I live the last 20 years of my career at Goldman But it's an occupational hazard that I know the price of everything at times And so I occupy myself with markets in the background In the last couple of years I trade a lot Do you I do In your personal account I do If I do something differently forget I said this and wiped out the tape But I didn't really want to look at people and be managing their money And express regret because God forbid you should lose money but God forbid a lesser included God forbid is that you underperform somebody else who made more money or be on that kind of track And I'm saying do I really need to do that now And so I do my own stuff for myself My whole life I would rather much rather have lost my money than lose somebody else's money And so that's just the way that's just my wiring What are you trading I trade equities have traded some commodities I've traded currency from time to time You have fun I have more fun when it's successful and I'm winning Tell me a little bit about your track record Brilliant Come on Well in the period of this started look I couldn't do any of this stuff while I was still at Goldman or left that at the end of 18 So beginning of 19 Everybody who started in the markets at the beginning of 19 is a genius Because the markets have gone one way Now that doesn't mean on any given day You can look back at a curve and say GE that was an easy period but when you're living through it you don't know what the next day is in hindsight Of course everything is easy But really looking backwards there wasn't there wasn't a lot of there wasn't a lot of stress And then this goes and this has been much discussed that asset prices were being inflated during this period so anybody who invested in almost anything There are some things that didn't go up and certainly there are always things that don't go up on the whole asset prices Zero interest rates make asset prices go up What are you some of your winningest trades Oh come on I mean I just I mean boring as it is investing in the new economy I don't want to say tech but let's say tech and the kind of companies and industries that are tech enabled Innovation and brace it Now of course it's innovation You don't like to say tech because I think tech is I mean I think to be a retailer it means you have to be as adept as Amazon was and Walmart has become to just be a retailer or to be a car manufacturer you have to be on the cutting edge or else you'll be a bankrupt car manufacturer And so everything success at this point embeds innovation and technology Now I'm curious to know how you do this Do you do the old fashioned way You pick up the phone you talk to a financial adviser perhaps that person is a Goldman Sachs Or do you pull out your smartphone and trade on Robinhood No I don't trade on I'm loyal to my old firm So I don't I haven't traded but I don't disparage it It's not something I do I have certain kind of pathways that have been operating for a long time And I stay on them I like look again occupational hazards I still wake up in the middle of the night and look at prices even though I may not be involved because I look for 40 years My first my first job at Gorman was trading precious metals and currencies And so guess what 24 hours on the screens And so those are habits that are hard that don't die easily And I'm not sure I want them to I think it's kind of fun In the middle of the night when you wake up and check prices what's the first price you check I look at I look at equities futures and I look at currencies and I look at the things that are interesting at different times Energy prices are interesting And so I look at a look at energy prices It's not a big deal It's some people hobby some people get on football games Do you do this every day or is this sort of a $1000 I would say every day Yeah I'm the 7 many times a day Again I'm used to I grew up with the background noise of markets and risk I always knew what our positions were and I always wanted to know whether they were going well or poorly And I had a role to play Before I before I was presidency I was responsible for sales and trading first earlier in my career just the currency and commodities and later currency and commodities and fixed income and then after that currency commodity fixed income in the equities And so the whole and so again it was what I did And no one could do that for very long if you don't like doing it True enough There's a whole new generation of kids who are just as addicted to markets as you are and they're on WallStreetBets and they've got diamond hands on GameStop and AMC and hertz and you name the meme stock Do you think that's healthy I.
"time magazine" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Is Time Magazine? There you go. Well, my son. And we'll get there in about an hour. I listen for the last three minutes and for the life man to understand. What? What any of you talking about? Where was the last time you bought, if ever, a physical magazine? What's the magazine is your next question? Well, this is a family show. So I've had a couple of you can see what it was. And by the way, if you see the comments from my journey magazines, what the hell? Who's buying girlyman? Yes. Yeah. Really? What is that business that's still around? Yes. I mean, I don't know. I go into bodega 'cause I see the top row with the black band. Physical media, brother, physical media, some people still like tangible objects, you know? Some people do not trust digital devices. And I think there's probably a pretty good diagram of people who need that kind of content and people who are really distrustful digital devices. There's probably some overlap. And like cyber I didn't get into and have a lot of blockchain. My mom, my dear mom, 88 years old, sent me a subscription to the New York review of books, which is so I think it's every week. I get this big tablet sized paper. Is it monthly? It feels like it's all the time. By the time you get around to looking at it as a week, and it's a magazine about books like I mean, it's like paper on paper. It's meta paper. I love it. I actually, she's right. She knows. I love books. Not buying a lot of books these days. Usually buy them in ebooks, but still that's a book you're reading it. Or audiobooks. But anyway, she asked me and she said, should I get you to the New York review of books? Do you enjoy that? And it broke my heart, but I'd say mom, I love it, but I don't need to read it. I read everything online. And it's probably not online. I don't even know if it is, but I said, don't. This is like the reverse of that great. Everybody loves Raymond episode. Where Raymond bought his parents fruit of the month club? Why would you do that? What a who needs a fruit? Every month. What am I gonna do with all this grapefruit? What are you doing? What are you thinking? Yeah, the first one's always grapefruit, isn't it? Who needs a case of grapefruit? No one. No one needs a case of grapefruit. No one. What about evil? We should go ahead. Do you want to tell an anecdote about your dad? I accidentally bought my father 7.
Larry and Tribune Editor Stephanie Finucane Discuss Systemic Racism
"Good morning, mister elder. Morning. Stephanie phonon, I'm the opinion editor at the tribune in San Luis Obispo. And I'm going to return to the topic of systemic racism. On your website, you say it's outrageous that America is being demonized a systemically racist. Yeah, that seems to fly in the face of what we see around us and our reporting. For example, tab Webber just completed a series on redlining in Fresno and how it prevented black Asian and Latino people from buying property and preferred areas. And that has ramifications to this day. A national survey just ranked west Fresno is one of the worst places in the nation for a black person to live. And it was the only place in the west to receive such a bad ranking. How do you respond to that? Well, I'm back in 1991. There was a black Harvard sociologist named Orlando Patterson. He's still there. 1991. And he said, America, despite its flaws, is the least racist majority society in the world provides more opportunities for blacks than any other country in the world, including all of those of Africa. 1997, Time Magazine, CNN, time teamed up, you'll study a black teens and white teams. And they asked them both were the racism was a major problem in America. Again, this is 1997. And both of them said, yes. But then they did something that I rarely seen, any study do. They ask black teens if racism was a big problem, a small problem or no problem in your own daily life. 89% of black teens called racism a small problem or no problem in their own daily life. In fact, more black teens than white team said, failure to take advantage of available opportunities is a bigger problem than racism. I want to repeat that. More black teens and white teens said, and this is pretty much verbatim. Fail I want you to take advantage of available opportunities is a bigger problem than racism in
"time magazine" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Paul. I don't know okay. I blame you because now i'm sorry you cut me off yesterday with that Time magazine hundred most influential people less than lists get. You know how i am a sucker for. Listen yes you are. I'm looking at all these lists here today. And they are a d. I three lists than i am hyper focusing on today and each one is a disappointment to know now. Three days of being. Tell me where you want me to start the worst one. I dunno. I dunno hard doors went. Rit tell you what the worst one is okay. I can't stand how much i can't stand harry and markle.
"time magazine" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Thang done with you on the house issue. I was just gonna tell our listeners that we'll get to our comments on this track. Once we resolve or revive our conversation back to tawana burke in the metoo movement and time magazine now irene. Come on and state showcase okay my case. Is this here while you're talking about. Yes being on the cover of essence and every with if it was in existence a jet. All this the thing is that these folks all all folks want to be on a mainstream. A mainstream may media cover. Media is important. Getting the message across i'm saying is that while we're still not in those top positions. Although we are trying to get there we got a whole these places accountable and get the history right. I appreciate that little. Richard really to the day he died kept saying it to the point that you just had to be tone deaf to not recognized that the real king of rock and roll is. Elvis is not elvis. I'm sorry it's not elvis. But is little richard. That is my point so no. We can't do this. Because we cross pollinate you know in this culture across mediums across various types of styles. Which definitely gets us to the topic about bruno. You know we. I want to know from you. What is it what do you call it when some per person of color coming from a marginalized group like bruno appropriate black music or something from a different culture. I'm not going to let you pivot me. They're quick bruno's to bert. Okay your point if we're talking about cultural appropriation and if indeed you want to stop the appropriation of healing if you wanna stop the stealing you can also give it away. So why did you give time magazine. The privilege of the platform when you've got black owned periodicals and media places that if we if we leveraged our economic power to support them the way that you support time magazine being here i do not support what i what i keep up..
"time magazine" Discussed on Write About Now
"I was known in the building among certain senior. People who knew enough to know about this as the blueberry muffin lady because the ceo whenever he got the chance would tell would complain to me. And i didn't have a lot of interaction with them. I mean there is. There was a person in between me and the ceo who i reported to but he would complain to me whenever we ran into each other. About how real simple spent as much money developing blueberry muffin recipes as time magazine did in sending reporters to iraq. And which infuriated me. And i do write about this a little bit in the book because at that point we made a lot more money than time magazine did real simple real simple. By the time i left was the second most profitable magazine in the building after people and so it just it felt sexist and demeaning and short-sighted and stupid and after i wrote that after that piece went on on the after magazines facebook group somebody who used to work for i guess cooking light which was at that you know which was then part of time inc sent me like a demon linked in or something and said i thought it was only me. I can't believe the blueberry muffin story with me. It was chicken wide. We keep having developed new recipes for chicken when there are thousands of mrs what the ceo said to the september when there are thousands of chicken recipes on the on the internet. Why do we have to keep making more. Where was that coming from. I mean is it just a bitterness that this is a guy who thinks that you know just really wanted to be working..
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"Time magazine recognized him as one of the 25 most influential Hispanics in America. And in 2011 George Lopez is elementary school, the San Fernando Valley on him with the with a naming their audition Esso their auditorium after him. And so he does a lot of work that he never talks about, And he's also a 13 handicap in golf, something Whole life. That guy's got going on thing going with them are George Lopez. Thanks for coming on them are alive on Ko Phi. More now. Debra Mark, a man and like a forest has been diagnosed with Kovar 19 3 weeks after getting his second dose of the Fizer vaccine. He got tested for the virus when he went to a hospital over the weekend for an unrelated health issue. The man says his symptoms are minor. Doctors urge people to keep wearing a mask even if they have been vaccinated. The White House's president Biden's Cove in 19 relief package has enough money to help many essential workers. Is proposed $350 billion in support for state and local government. That means keeping cops, firefighters, public health workers, teachers and other public servants on the job in the fight against the virus. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says Biden's initial goal in his 1st 100 days in office is to have kids back in school at least one day a week. News is brought to you by counting dental. The Tic Tac star from Louisiana who glued her hair to her scalp has arrived in L. A. To get some free help from a plastic surgeon Testicle. Brown says she tried a spray able version of Gorilla Glue as a substitute for Hairspray. And now her hair is permanently plastered down. My hell it don't move you! I'm telling you Don't move wants my help. Give team time a doctor in Beverly Hills is offering help that would normally cost more than 10 Grand. Brown does have a lawyer now and says she's considering suing gorilla glue because the spray can does not explicitly say not to use it on hair. Fly.
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"Auras. She'll show she says she didn't but you don't know something like this. You don't know what to think. Right? But there's no accusation. She did anything wrong. The accusation is she associated herself with 50% of the nation. Yes, yes. And you can't do that. Now let me ask Time magazine who you are so brave. You are so brave. You are as brave. Let me think of somebody in history that you're his bravest, um Uh, Senator McCarthy Man. He was brave, wasn't he? He stood up and said, we've got to root these people out. Because of their dangerous ideology. We gotta get them out and expose him And don't let him work anywhere. Oh, man, I remember how brave that was when they took the Hollywood 10, and they made sure that no one could work ever again. Oh, that was so brave and you guys are just like him. Wow. Have a celebratory drink. At least he had the excuse. He's an alcoholic. What's your excuse? This woman you know, I want to have her on. I want to translate. I mean, nobody's listening to the radio show for the death translator, but I want her to translate. For the death. One of our programs. I just want to give her You know a job for a day. Nobody will see her. Oh, just show gets on lots of it. It gets on YouTube and I'm here, But I mean, if you're listening on radio, you know you gotta blaze TV and watch the sign language. If you need it Sure how you're gonna get the word out on that. So anyway, questions so I don't have an answer to it. So anyway, but I This is This is the McCarthy era. This is exactly what they did. They went out. And they persecuted people. I mean, look, I believe that there were they were Communists. In the United States government. We know that now we know some of the things that they were saying was not true Conspiracy theory. Mm. That was true. McCarthy wasn't and he was an embarrassment. But what happened? It went from. Hey, is there somebody trying to subvert from the inside of our government, too? If you believe any of these things, or ever believed any of these things You either go to jail, or you just can't work and you're a pariah. I'm against that. I've been against that my whole life. You have a right to believe these things. Unless You've ever voted or were for Donald Trump. American can do.
"time magazine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"In Spokane, 5 90 K Q T for let me use their studio again Appreciate it very much. It's other things to do in this impeachment farce. This UNP each mint called John Sullivan, who calls himself Jaden X is apparently a black lives matter. Activist. And call him about his central role as I understand it from his own video. He was right at the door when Ashley Babbitt was shot in this. I understand that that was John Sullivan. J. Maxx. We're talking the officers into moving away from the door. Let's bring him him up. He was let go on his own recognizance. Other people are held in in jail who were involved in this and CNN had this guy on and pretended like he was a journalist. Bring him up. Put him under off. Let's see what he has to say. You want to make it real, Let's make it real. Speaking of reality. The Time magazine article. That was published. Take on Friday. This is the most extraordinary thing I've ever seen. I'd love to get your thoughts on her Did 800 to 8 to 2 82 on Russia show? This so much. Oppression of reality, and I mean it that way Oppression of reality. In this time of deception that we live in. Let me give an example most nearly brought this up before the show. This is a great catch. You may have seen this in Michael in Dell's video program over the weekend. The Trump team, and this is also from the epic times. 12 3rd of the election lawsuits where The merits were considered. Just fancy that for a second. We're course decided at what you have to take a look at the merits of the case. When two thirds of those Which leaves us into this story. Time magazine has published a piece. Where in The writer. Brags on behalf of the hard core left. And elites. Name is Molly Bowl. Vet. They helped fortify the election. We could ball They describe themselves describe the articles that could ball Some of the most powerful groups on the left. Got together to do some things. Like Influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage and control the flow of information, and by the way, that's a quote from the Time magazine article. Then there's the money quote. They're not rigging the election. They were fortifying it. Does it sound anything like an abusive spouse saying, Honey, I'm not hit Mia. I'm just helping you straighten up. Soul. No. You think it's abuse. I'm just trying to help you live your best life..
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"Is 79 got a full report of all of this and how it affects you. Your neighborhood. Your school your business on the front page of our Web sites at news radio K l B J calm. So if you had a chance to read the Time magazine article yet about the secret election, how they fortified it. They didn't steal it, they say, but they fortified it for the proper outcome. According to the words used in Time magazine, Neil Dobbs brought this up on Fox business and they let him go. Lou Dobbs gone just for bringing it up. And we're going to talk about it here at 51283605 not even got a chance to read this article from Time magazine. Even when you go to Time magazine's on Twitter accounts, you go to their own website. It's difficult to find this story. It's being tamped down. It's being pushed down so that you can You gotta really go searching for it. I had to Google it a couple of times, and you have to have just the right words in there for it To t Come up. It doesn't jump out at what? What's that? Well, I guess the main takeaway of the article is There was this incredible partnership of friendly gentleman's agreement if you will between politicians, big tech in the media basically to control the message on social media. I mean, you know, you have to talk about what kind of influence is social media have on you. Great influence on you. You may not realize it, but it does. And basically and they were bragging about how they fortified the election. Not necessarily steal that are stolen. A rig did anything like that. But you know it Z kind of a semantics game really four to fight it, And basically they were bragging about it in this article. I mean, they got quotes from people, real talking heads about what they did and how they did it, and I'll be honest. This wasn't a one time thing. This is their playbook. Going forward When it comes to politics..