35 Burst results for "Tony P."

Rep. Debbie Lesko: 'No Surprise' to Collusion Between DOJ & Biden

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Debbie Lesko: 'No Surprise' to Collusion Between DOJ & Biden

"The congressional investigations, the Biden documents, now we're getting word that there was apparently some collusion between the Justice Department and the bidens to hide all of this information before the midterm elections. Well, you know, nothing would surprise me. I mean, I came into Congress being naive. But then I was on the judiciary committee during impeachment. And I saw how people within the FBI and DoJ were political, the motivated to go after Trump and the things that they did. I mean, they just lied. They out and out lied. And so unfortunately, it doesn't shock me. It's kind of, you know, it's just disgusting, quite frankly, the hypocrisy that goes on and also, you know, so Biden says, oh, there's no there there with his, you know, documents, but when they were going after Trump and raided his home in Mar-a-Lago, then he said, oh, how terrible this is, you know, how fu responsible for president Trump, not to have these and then he does the same thing and he says there's no there there. And the Department of Justice doesn't raid his, you know, homes, in fact, if you're saying what you're saying is true, they coordinated and said, oh, don't worry about it. Let's not raise you. We'll just cooperate with you, but not raid your place. Unbelievable.

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Rep. Debbie Lesko: Typical of Biden Admin Not to Visit the Border

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Debbie Lesko: Typical of Biden Admin Not to Visit the Border

"Of the Biden administration. I mean, Joe Biden finally went to the border for more of like a photo op because of pressure saying, where have you been? He hasn't for what, 40 years into the border. And he appoints Kamala Harris. This is borders are, but she's only visited once. Comes Arizona very close to the border, decides not to go there. And it just shows the American people their priorities. I mean, the December border encounter numbers are going to be coming out soon and they expect build exceed 250,000 illegal immigrant counters that we know of. Those are the ones that they caught or process and then of course there's a bunch of runaways. This is just totally unsustainable and what does the Biden administration do to say they're going to solve it? They want to have a pathway for more people to come into the United States, which will be more of an incentive. We already legally immigrate 1 billion people into our country a year. That's more than any other country in the world. And now the Biden administration's answer to all of these people surging the border is less what more and

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Caller: Tony Dungy Critics Aren't Speaking Out Against Muslims

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller: Tony Dungy Critics Aren't Speaking Out Against Muslims

"I think the thing that I can not stomach from these people who are calling out people like Tony dungy for his beliefs aren't seeing a darn word about the radical Muslim faith followers who truly do hate homosexuals and don't accept anything other than marriage being a man and multiple women. Well, look, that's a fair point. No one touches the Muslims at all. You can't talk about them, can't write about them, can't draw about them. Can't do anything. And the reason why, well, we all know the reason why. Yeah, the hypocrisy just oh yes. But people are people are just terror, they're literally terrified. But again, they know they know they can go after the Christians and the Jews because we will just will stand down. That's just the way it works. I mean, they're not stupid. They know they can target the Christians of the Jews. Unfortunately, true. All right, Steve

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Tony Dungy Faces Criticism for Attending March for Life

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Tony Dungy Faces Criticism for Attending March for Life

"A number of sports journalists and other people have been labeling him a right wing extremist because he attended the march for life. Tony dungy says that the only reason he's going is to support those unborn babies who don't have a voice. I say good for you coach, good for you coach. David zirin is the sports editor for the nation. He says I'm done with Tony dungy and the way the NFL and NBC coddle his right-wing extremism. Zarin went on to say he said publicly and proudly that he would not want gay football player Michael Sam on his team. He said over a decade ago that he disagreed with the lifestyle of wow, so we've already gone from we've just gone from pro life to anti gay or unbelievable. And just a matter of sentences. And so he goes on and says that the Dungey is anti gay. He's a bigot. And that dungeon doesn't deserve to have a spot in the public marketplace. This is a staggering indictment of the politics of the NFL, and the network's partners allow the kind that they condemn. When someone like gee, I don't know, Colin Kaepernick steps up and kneels down to him police violence and racial inequity, he becomes a pariah. Meanwhile, Dungey has held up as a deeply because he's a deeply religious man, you moron. Stop interrupting me. Dungey has held up as a deeply religious man. And nearly a patron saint of the league. Dungey has used his devoutness as a cover for his anti gay rhetoric.

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Imagine If Catholics & Baptists Stood Together for Life

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Imagine If Catholics & Baptists Stood Together for Life

"And for many years, Fox News would send me out to cover the big march. And I always looked for my people, the baptist, but the baptist, they didn't really go to those kinds of things. And I thought to myself, imagine what kind of change could happen in America. If just the Catholics and the baptist joined forces. And stood up for that. I know there are a lot of theological differences I get that and this is not about theology. This is about those shared beliefs that we have. And the fact that back in the day, Catholics and Baptists, we've stood alongside each other and we fought the British. We beat back the British and we won our freedom. And imagine what we could do if we stood together people of faith if we stood together and fought back against this evil tyranny.

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US divided over Roe's repeal as abortion foes gird for march

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

US divided over Roe's repeal as abortion foes gird for march

"Pro life supporters are ready to celebrate when they gather Friday in Washington for the annual march for life. National right to life committee president Carroll Tobias says this year's gathering will be different, since it will be the first since the Supreme Court struck down the roe V wade decision last June. We are celebrating victory. We are celebrating life. But since the high court's ruling, state courts have blocked several portion bans from taking effect. The president of students for life in America, Kristen Hawkins, says the Supreme Court ruling doesn't mean the abortion fight is over. It is simply the beginning of the next phase of our fight to work federally at state capitals and on college campuses and communities across America. Scheduled speakers at the march for life include Hall of Fame football coach Tony dungy and Mississippi attorney general Lynn Fitch, who won the Supreme Court case that overturned roe. I'm Mike Hempen

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House GOP Needs to Look Into the Connection Between Biden & Ukraine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

House GOP Needs to Look Into the Connection Between Biden & Ukraine

"What happens with politicians is that they want to get on TV You can knock them all you want If you were in their position you want to do it too It helps them raise money helps get their name ID out there There's every incentive to do So they'll say anything So what happens is something becomes like the topic du jour in the media like visitor logs at The White House And in order to get on TV you'll have a thousand congressmen email and bookers on shows going ah I can comment about the visitor lives And what happens is we get totally distracted away from the real scandal that Biden may have sold his last name to a foreign government Thanks Jim That's the scandal So if I were doing this the first thing I would do is I would get Tony bob alinsky in there Tony Baba linsky was the business partner to Biden Joe Biden Jim Biden Hunter Biden and Biden Inc The man served this country I believe he was in the U.S. Navy he is a more than credible witness I would sign him up stat I mean sign him up by dude You know what I'm saying Rhetorically speaking I would get him in there and start following the money trail from from Ukraine To burisma in Ukraine the natural gas company what was going on there which loci one of the burisma guys and the Ukrainian government Ukraine burisma Hunter Biden and the Hunter Biden money that went back to Joe Biden Now bob alinsky may not have been part and parcel of that deal But the sin of hawk holdings deal and some of the China deals and potential deals he was I would start getting bank records I would start subpoenaing members of the Biden family let them lawyer up if they have to but you better try to get a statement out of them

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Mega Millions swells to $1.1B after 3-month losing trend

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mega Millions swells to $1.1B after 3-month losing trend

"The mega millions jackpot is swollen to $1.1 billion after three month losing trend. I Norman hall. Regardless of how long it takes, the odds of winning the top lottery prize don't change and their formidable at one in 302.6 million, but some one will eventually match all the wedding numbers and claim to jackpot, which now ranks as the 5th largest in U.S. history, the long odds are discouraging to Chicago's Kirby Collins. I'm here to play my mega to be a billionaire. Return Chicago city worker Tony Woods has a spending plan, just in case. First of all, 10% to my church. And then I got a list of people that need things. My family, members. I would take care of them. Make a million displayed in 45 states, Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands. I Norman hall

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Charlie Walks Through the Newly-Made House Deal

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Walks Through the Newly-Made House Deal

"Is Nancy mace, who went on television yesterday and said, I don't know if I'm going to vote for the rules package. The rules package is the whole enchilada that the freedom caucus negotiated last week. So the deal that we're about to go through the concessions we went through. If the moderates don't vote for that on the floor when it comes forward, then it effectively blows up the entire speakers race. And we might have to start all over again. You can only push and negotiation so far until the deal blows up. And I want to give credit to chip Roy and give credits on a paulina give credit to gosar. Give credit to all of them. This is Nancy mace, the moderates play cut 12. How are you going to work with these folks to get anything done for the American people? It's going to be very difficult. Matt Gaetz is a fraud. Every time he voted against Kevin McCarthy last week, he sent out a fundraising email. What you saw last week was a constitutional process diminished by those kinds of political actions. I don't support that kind of behavior. Yeah, you just support obedience to the regime. We got that Nancy. Thanks for shopping. There's another piece of tape though where she says she might not even vote for the rules package. Now you might say, oh, who cares? That could obliterate very serious concessions that were brokered thanks to these courageous holdouts. Again, I was skeptical of the strategy. I was skeptical because I thought the moderates were going to blow this up. I thought Don bacon and Tony Gonzalez and Nancy mace were going to blow this up a lot earlier. They were starting to threaten that finally on Friday. Now, what are these concessions? First and foremost, concession number one, adding conservative freedom caucus members to the House rules committee. Now you don't hear very much about the House rules committee. It's the machinery of Congress. It's kind of where the sausage is made. It's the behind the scenes type work. Well, the rules committee decides whether the house will vote on legislation at all.

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After 15 Rounds of Voting, Kevin McCarthy Has Finally Been Elected

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 3 weeks ago

After 15 Rounds of Voting, Kevin McCarthy Has Finally Been Elected

"Late Friday evening going into Saturday morning, a deal was struck for Speaker of the House. The 20 holdouts negotiated a fabulous deal. And I will be very honest with you, as many of you who watch and listen to this program with regularity, I was skeptical. And I was skeptical for good reason, and I'm gonna prove that my skepticism was rooted in a real threat, but these holdouts got us a terrific deal. They pushed it just far enough with real demands. Serious asks of what success looks like, and these are patriots. They're not terrorists as some people on television called them. Dan Crenshaw called them. Narcissistic, insurgents, sociopathic enemies. This is all nonsense. These are patriots that showed in the end that they were willing to negotiate in good faith. Now, these concessions led to real substantive rule changes if the rules package can indeed pass in the next day or two. We're going to talk in great detail of what that means, but we must realize that on late Friday evening, the kind of forces that we're holding out, everyone from Andy Biggs to Eli crane to Matt rosendale to Lauren boebert to Matt Gaetz to Anna paulina Luna. They were pushing and pushing and pushing for real rules changes, but there was a rumbling that began to surface. And that rumbling was from the moderate wing. The moderate wing that consists of people like Nancy mace and Tony Gonzalez and Dan Crenshaw. And Burgess Owens, people that are very much in the establishment of the Republican Party and they were getting and Don bacon. They were getting very angry at Matt Gaetz and Lauren boebert and Andy Biggs and the people that were trying to strike a conservative deal that would represent voters.

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Rep. Chip Roy: Understanding the Rules Package Being Voted On

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Rep. Chip Roy: Understanding the Rules Package Being Voted On

"Congressman and I think you're tactics were efficient You guys knew when to take the win You got what you got you got it and you moved on The other side I get it's time to move on and everything but I'm not sure they really understood that I mean we had people on our side of the aisle throwing these nasty terms at terrorists enemies I mean that's absurd You're not convincing anyone But explain to us the process now with the rules package So you've had a couple of your colleagues on the Republican side not necessarily the most conservative due to weekend show route Already threatening to sabotage the rules package you in the 20 negotiated hard for Are they going to whip four or 5 more together to say no I doubt it but it seems kind of weird that they were the ones saying oh my gosh the minorities against the majority here and now they're doing the same thing Do you think the rules package is going to pass How do you see it Well just meeting with the whip team my understanding is that we're probably going to get there But look we thought we were going to get there on the first vote on Friday night for the speaker and we had to have another vote You never know for sure until the vote plays out But we do believe that right now there's only one public opposition that's Tony Gonzalez my colleague from Texas You'll have to ask him why But the bottom line is right now we have no other single person that's publicly out there And understand this for everybody listening The rules package being voted on tonight has been out there for a couple of weeks because it was the thing that we've been working to negotiate towards since we put out our demands on December 8th where we laid out all of the things that we thought were important The one change was of course moving the motion to vacate to single person motion to vacate The rest of the rules package is the same All of the other pieces to this that we've been talking about as part of our overall agreement to support the speaker was a commitment to actually carry out some of the things we outlined in our memo that we believe actually puts an exclamation point on the commitment

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How Kadarius Toney is affecting Chiefs — and his teammates: ‘It just gets me fired up’

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

How Kadarius Toney is affecting Chiefs — and his teammates: ‘It just gets me fired up’

"Patrick Mahomes said an NFL record in the chiefs clinched the top seed in the AFC playoffs with a 31 13 thrashing of the Raiders. Chiefs coach Andy Reid knows that having the top seed doesn't secure a playoff birth. And I think it's a good thing. I mean, you still got to take care of business, our guys understand that. Mahomes threw for 202 yards and ran for 29, giving him 5608 total yards this season. That breaks the marks set by Drew Brees of the saints in 2011. Isaiah Pacheco, Ronald Jones the second and kadarius Tony rushed for touchdowns and mahomes threw for another as the chiefs ended up 14 and three. I'm Dave

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Brother of Mexico's most wanted cartel boss "El Mencho" is arrested

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Brother of Mexico's most wanted cartel boss "El Mencho" is arrested

"Mexico has arrested the brother of a leading drug cartel boss. I Norman hall. Mexico's Defense Department says soldiers arrested the brother of the country's most wanted drug cartel boss. The United States has offered a $10 million reward for el mencho's capture. The army said it captured his brother Antonio oseguera in possession of weapons in a suburb of Guadalajara. It said he oversaw violent action and logistics and bought weapons and laundered money for the hyper violent jalisco cartel. The US Treasury Department list Antonio ocarina's alias as L Tony Montana, an apparent reference to the fictional character of the 1983 gangster film Scarface

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iPod Creator Designs Device to Store Crypto Assets

CryptoCurrencyWire

00:41 sec | Last month

iPod Creator Designs Device to Store Crypto Assets

"5 p.m. Monday, December 12th, 2022. iPod creator designs device to store crypto assets. French startup ledger launched a new hardware wallet at the firm's yearly ledger event, held on December 6th, 2022. The new crypto wallet, known as ledger stacks, was designed by Tony Fidel, the creator of the iPod, and is intended to allow people to deposit or exchange a range of tokens, including Bitcoin, cardano, Ethereum, continue reading iPod creator designs, device to store crypto assets. The post iPod created designs device to store crypto assets appeared first on cryptocurrency wire.

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Your Child's Love Language: Love and Discipline

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

02:13 min | Last month

Your Child's Love Language: Love and Discipline

"Let's move into a little love and discipline discussion. Your book you wrote, disciplining a child without love is like trying to run a machine without oil. And that's a great illustration. It appears to be working for a little while, but then for the engine seizes, right? Describe that. Yeah, I think all of us as parents have to discipline our children. It means we have guidelines. We can call them rules. We can call them principles. We can call them guidelines, and we have consequences when they break the guidelines. And that's a necessary part. God does that for us. In fact, the Bible says he disciplines all of his children. If you don't get disciplined, you don't belong to God. So his parents, we model God in doing that. But discipline without the child feeling love comes across as harsh. And so one of the things I say is, before you administer the discipline, speak their love language, wrap it in their love language. Let's say words of affirmations their language. Let's say the rule is we don't throw the ball inside the house. If we do the ball goes in the trunk for two days, and if you break something, you have to pay for it out of your allowance, okay? So the child breaks the law. So Tony, I'm so proud of you. Because sell them, do you break the rules? But you know you broke this one. And you know what has to happen, right? Their heads down and they're nodding, yes, okay. I'm feeling good. So let's go to this car. We put it in the trunk. And I don't know how much the vice calls, but we'll have to take it out of your allowance, but listen, I'm so proud of you, because you sell them do this. That child walks away feeling this is fair. Because they already knew what the punishment was going to be. When you have a rule, always tell them what's going to happen if they break the rule beforehand. They already know that. And they feel this is fair. But if you simply go in there and say, I told you not to do that, you know better than that. You know, you know what's going to have to happen. Now the child walks away feeling like, you know, I try hard. I mess up on one thing and I get blasted. I'm worthless. Yeah, I'm worthless. So we can't allow our emotional state at the time to control our behavior. And if we wrap it in love, the child feels like it's fair, they accept it in the way you want it to be.

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James Lindsay and Sebastian Discuss Far-Left Sexual Indoctrination

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

James Lindsay and Sebastian Discuss Far-Left Sexual Indoctrination

"Little couple of selections from the head of safety at Twitter. I think I found my calling and it's writing dialog for chef themed porn. Yeah, okay, thank you. Can high school students ever meaningfully consent to sex with their teachers? Why would you be asking that? Doing research on Craigslist sex discussion boards begs the question main browser or porn browser. That sounds to me like the normalization of porn. Let's connect the dots. Let's go to balenciaga. Here's the image of the toddler, the little child holding a teddy bear in bondage gear and then of course we have the document in the suit from the Supreme Court decision on child pornography and then last week we have the dean of that very Tony school in Philadelphia being caught on video by veritas talking about the children in the school having lessons that involved sex toys, sex, toys for miners. None of this stuff, you know, but let's start with balenciaga balenciaga's part and parcel of this discussion is not this isn't just some random photographer, is it James? No, one of the things that these societies, if we think of them as esoteric religions brought down into the modern and contemporary time, that they have to do is they have to signal where they are with regard to the cult to other people. They try to do so subtly. They put out images like this so that you look at them in either you ignore it or it doesn't register or you're a little bit shocked or you make some noise, but somebody who knows what it means knows what it means. And so they now know that that organization is part of the initiate class. So it's like this is the 21st century equivalent of the secret handshake, correct? That's right. It's secret handshakes all over social media with coded imagery and coded language encoded words. That's right.

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Cowboys score late to avoid major upset, beat Texans 27-23

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Cowboys score late to avoid major upset, beat Texans 27-23

"Ezekiel Elliott's two yard touchdown one with 41 seconds left, lifted the Dallas Cowboys who would dramatic 27, 23 win over the Houston Texans. Cowboys have won their four straight improved the ten and three, while their Texans dropped a one 11 and one. Cowboys quarterback dab Prescott says they were able to get it done at the end. It's the NFL is a tough game, didn't play our best by any means. And we had an opportunity right there, two minutes left and went and got it done. And at the end of the day, it's all it's about is capturing wins. And we're able to get this one. Prescott was 6 for 6 for 79 yards on the game winning 98 yard drive. Tony Pollard scored twice for the cowboys. Bob Stephens, Arlington, Texas.

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Cowboys score 33 points in 4th quarter, rout Colts 54-19

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Cowboys score 33 points in 4th quarter, rout Colts 54-19

"The cowboys erupted for 33 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to close out a 54 19 pounding of the colts. Dallas took advantage of three turnovers by Matt Ryan in the fourth. He finished with three interceptions and a lost fumble. Malik hooker had the big play of the final period, returning a fumble 38 yards for a touchdown. Michael Gallup had two touchdown catches, and Tony Pollard had 91 yards on 12 carries for the 9 and three cowboys. The cults are four 8 and one overall, and one in three under new coach Jeff Saturday. I'm Dave ferry.

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"tony p." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"tony p." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Okay, so I have to ask you the Woody Allen book. Can you say how many copies that sold? I just imagine in this weird world, it wouldn't have sold that many copies. Yeah, so the book sold 50,000 copies and made The New York Times Best Seller list. But clearly, there was a much bigger market for it. And that's sort of the punishment for publishing books now that our controversial that they don't get reviews that bookstores, boycott them, libraries, in the normal world, you could not have I would have been annoyed at how I couldn't avoid that book. Another in a normal world, everyone, cover the New York there would have been ten articles in The New York Times looking at different angles of it and reviews and there would have been a big puff piece profile in The New York Times Magazine and on and on and on and on. Because holy cow, Woody Allen wrote his autobiography. Like it doesn't really get bigger than that. It would be like, you know, if Henry Kissinger had a sense of humor, and he wrote his autobiography. It's just kind of amazing. When you say 50,000 because I'm in the book world, I realize that doesn't, that doesn't make sense. All of my books sell more than 50,000. My books. And you're telling me autobiography of Woody Allen, this dish should have sold in the millions or at least a million or something like that. And you're saying it's all 50,000. I mean, honestly, that's preposterous. It's just crazy. Yeah. But mostly with the controversial books that are coming out right now. We are seeing that they're actually selling really well. I mean, it's kind of hard to tell. Well, certainly this one, the real Anthony Fauci. It is hard to tell though what would have happened. But the idea of sensors on all these different levels, trying to protect the American public from misinformation when, but not being willing to discuss the contents of any of these books. So this, for example, the real Anthony Fauci has 2194 citations. It's got, like I said before, a blurb from a Nobel Prize winner, it got many more blurbs after the book came out. So it's got hundreds of doctors and scientists and researchers who are giving this book out who believe that it's a real blueprint for fighting medical and pharmaceutical corruption in America. And yet nobody has covered the issue of the allegations that are made in the book. It's all about whether Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has done something wrong. And so every single hit piece on him. So The New York Times recently did a hit piece on him. And in that hit piece, they mentioned that he wrote a book, even though it's clear that the article is all about trying to get people not to read the book. So they just say the same thing that was in ten other articles. So there's a playbook of how to try to make sure people don't read specific books. Look, this has happened to me. Obviously, in a much smaller level, but it's exactly the same playbook. I've seen it. A lie gets out there. Somebody reports something and I say, that's not right. And then it's reported again and again and again and again, and pretty much everybody knows I did something that I know I didn't do or I said something that I know I didn't say, but the lie is out there. It's been said a thousand times. And there are people who clearly don't care whether it's true, they simply want to demonize you. They want to cancel you. That's kind of where we are. We're at a time, but I want to say Tony Lyons, it's an honor to meet you. It's an honor to know you and to know that you're doing what you're doing and that skyhorse publishing has actual values and that it's not just about the bottom line. We hope the bottom line does well, but you seem to care about more than that. And if you care about more than that, it seems to me the bottom line usually takes care of itself. Tony.

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"tony p." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:09 min | 10 months ago

"tony p." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And let me ask you another question. You're saying that the real Anthony Fauci by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is. It is one of the bestselling books in America or it has been. So then the question is, has The New York Times put it on The New York Times Best Seller list, or do they say, no. Yeah, so what The New York Times did, which is part of their whole group of censorship tools. So what they do is they have what they call a proprietary algorithm. That they use to decide which books to put on the top of their list. So they generally take the bestselling books, the 30 or 40 bestselling books. And they decide what they want to do. And so with the real Anthony Fauci, in its first week, it sold a 139,000 copies, according to NPD, book scan. It was by far the bestselling book in America in that week. And The New York Times made it number 7. So what they said was that they have this complicated algorithm and that based on that, it got knocked down for a whole bunch of different factors. But I'm still I'm still amazed that they even put it on the list because sometimes they are just, I mean, look, they're playing games. And this is part of what we have to do. We have to respond to where we are now in America and understand that everything we thought ten minutes ago is no longer true that when something appears on The New York Times, it doesn't mean what it says. If it says, number four bestselling book in this category, you have no idea whether that is true. You can't know. Sure. I mean, if it's a conservative book, the odds of it being on the top of the bestseller list are much, much lower. There's no question there. And part of the reason is that they use a very small number of bookstores, and they give them extra weight. And they know the political leanings of those bookstores, and they don't try to discount that in any way. It's kind of called lying, it's really, this is where we are and we just have to be honest about it and talk about it and do what we can and make sure we're not part of it. We'll be right back. Final segment with Tony Lyons, publisher of skyhorse publishing. And if folks, we are talking to the publisher at skyhorse publishing, Tony Lyons, who's published huge bestsellers, the real Anthony Fauci, is the one we're talking about right now. Okay,.

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"tony p." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:08 min | 10 months ago

"tony p." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"There aren't many faces people are excited to see first thing in the morning before they've even had their coffee. But the McDonald's drive-through workers who take your order on the way to work have almost all of those faces. Because nothing brings more joy in the morning than a 99 cents, any size iced coffee. Pair it with a glazed pull apart donut for a truly great morning. Prices and participation may vary, can not be combined with any other offer. Only available until 11 a.m.. Bottom up, folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric the Texas. Hey folks, I have an exciting guest, not like all those other guests. This one is exciting. His name is Tony lions, he is the publisher of sky horse publishing. What is that? Well, why don't I just ask him, he's right here. Tony, hello. Hi. Welcome. You're in New Yorker. Yes. And you're a publisher. Yes. What you publish in this day and age is so, what's the word? It's news making that you are publishing the books you're publishing, which itself is newsworthy to me. The idea that publishing certain books is controversial and news making is itself news making. If people can follow that. So tell us what is skyhorse publishing. So we're publishing a move closer to the microphone. Because we really want to hear you. So we're publishing a lot of books that are controversial right now, but in the past they wouldn't have been controversial. So in some cases, they're both sides of an argument. So we live in a democracy. It's supposed to be okay to have dialog and debate. But at this exact moment in history, you're not allowed to have dialog. And you're not allowed to have real debate. And so sky horse publishes lots of books where their controversial right now, like Woody Allen, like Robert F. Kennedy Jr., like Alan Dershowitz, in the past, these people haven't been that controversial. Many of the people who we publish about COVID like doctor Robert Malone have become very controversial, but he was a real incredibly well respected doctor and researcher. And now he's controversial because he doesn't follow a very specific narrative. And that's true with all of these kinds of books. That if you deviate from a very specific narrative, suddenly.

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"tony p." Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on TFG Truth

"And it's really an amazing cultural shift in the country and the youth that you don't really see in the upper generations because again there's kind of this apathy and living off of the greatest generation after World War II that the country is done for like 60 years. We just lived off of their successes. And this new generation we realized, I'm not going to be able to live off of the World War II generation successes. So I'm going to have to live by at least in our House, biblical truths. We're going to have to live by Dave Ramsey economics. We're going to have to live by clarence, Thomas functionality and the law, et cetera. And those things are producing results. And it's also attractive. I mean, you go to another friend's place that is following those kind of principles. And it is just incredibly encouraging. You want to be around them, you want to develop a community with them? Yes. And I think that is an important thing that we're going to be seeing in the next decade. And I think to your point before about, you know, social media ruining a lot of children's lives and their parents letting them be honest. I think that's the biggest problem because I do agree. I think there are more I'll call it normal people that just want to go to work and provide for their family than it showed out there. It's just the mouthpieces as we like to call them, the loudest people in the room are the ones on Twitter and Instagram telling you that it's racist, telling you that the world's unfair telling you there's inequality and inequity in the world. I think that's the biggest shame of it because more and more people are seeing that at these younger generations, like you said, Tony, and they buy into it. They don't know any better. So they buy into it. And I've said this, if I didn't have a brain in my head or do my own homework, to be honest with you, I'd probably agree with them because that's all you frequency and I'd be like, yeah, this world does suck. America is terrible. This is really unfair. But if you actually do your own homework or just go out and live your life and not stay in your basement and worry about everything, you would go out and within a half hour find out, no, it's not that racist, right? There's many cultures and races walking around and not being persecuted and not being dragged down. That's just not how it works. Oh, you can't go into that bar. Nope, nope, nope, you can't go to. I mean, it just doesn't happen. A lot of people like to point and say that this is some of the first time that this has happened in history and of course, again, that isn't true. There's nothing new under the sun. Of course, in the United States, we're no exception. I mean, we changed the names of certain dishes during World War I and two, so they wouldn't sound too German. I mean, we changed sauerkraut to liberty lettuce. But before that, I point to the example of the Spanish-American War. So Spain was not actually doing anything wrong at this time in history. And if you were to go over to Spain, as an American, you would be treated very well that the culture was really, really nice. But in the continental United States, there was a growing amount of vitriol for the Spanish Empire, and it grew.

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"tony p." Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on TFG Truth

"Love doing this show, folks, love doing this podcast. We get great guests. We actually have a repeat guest on today. Tony Kanaan, I'm gonna have to say now Tony former Indianapolis Indiana school administrator. Is that right? That is the correct way to phrase me now. Okay, well, we're gonna get into all the details. Merry Christmas to you and Merry Christmas to everyone listening to folks. This has been quite a story about a month ago. I think we talked to you about critical race theory. And I just want to thank you because you actually enlightened me Tony, and I am not surprised because I didn't know anything really about critical racer. But what I took away with it is that the white man did a smash and grab of math from the Arabs. Hundreds of years before Christ, right? And my poor multitasking, you said was a white culture thing that I should probably be ashamed of. So I appreciate that. I've been thinking about these things for the last month. And I've been trying to overcome these thoughts every single day. I hope you've been hanging penance for these skins. Don't forget punctuality. If you're on time for anything, that's white supremacy. Thank you. I tried to have my daughters do extra good shopping for my wife for Christmas time. So I think I achieved that. Show up late to a couple of capitalism, but I'm sorry. That's another white sin. Did you have them showing up late for final exams just to make sure that they didn't listen. I spent I spent countless hours building an irrigation system down in the southern tier of New York, homeless shelters, three of them. I've done everything I could possibly do. So I don't know if that was racist or not, Tony, maybe you can clarify as we go through some of these things. This is really on a serious note..

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"tony p." Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on TFG Truth

"But here's the main question I always have with this whole thing. That's what a lot of things right now. With all these politically correct issues. And who really wins with this stuff? I asked Byron Donald this yesterday or last week. So who wins with this stuff? Because to me, it doesn't seem like anybody wins, except like the higher powers, right? Nobody wants to live in a world where you can't even say anything. Of course you got to be respectful to people. I'm not saying just throw out things that you shouldn't. But if you're as long as you're respectful. But who wins with this stuff when you have to be politically correct every minute of the day and you have to and not even put it in the correct you have to worry if you say one little thing that maybe is a little bit controversial because that's what you actually believe in. Well, in practice, of course, no one wins. There are private high schools in Manhattan that are asking students to report on what their parents are doing at home and to out practices from their childhood as racist. So nobody wins practically. Eventually the left eats itself. You see the feminists, the third wave feminists currently arguing with the transgender movement because they're completely opposites ideologically. You have the light skinned dark skinned black argument coming up again, Cubans are wide. It eats itself it's a mess. That said, who wins in this is, it's basically like the French Revolution, right? I mean, robespierre thinks he's whipping this crowd into this frenzy and you know they storm everything and they do all the beheading and then where does robespierre end up? He ends up under the guillotine himself. So who wins in this? I think it's a temporary victory for those who are passing out the torches. But no victory is eternal when you have something that can not be sustained in and of itself. Does it feel like it's because these people have issues within so my point would be, they have little confidence in their own abilities, little confidence that they can make positive impacts. So instead of actually continuing to strive to do that, they say, it'll be a much easier to join the mob and just because we always say the simple approach to a lot of things is just to say, Tony, you know what? I don't agree with you. You're racist. And we part, and a story, right? There's no more debating. So I don't have to be smart anymore. All I have to do is walk away, and I just called Tony racist and a story. I can't argue with it. Okay, well, I'm not. So that's about all you can say back to that, right? And I mean, you're a guest on our podcast. So this isn't meant to say, like, oh, I'm just going to love fast thing. But you're super articulate and you're super informed. You actually research these things. You've quoted things. You've talked about specific dominant figures in our history. Some people don't have that capacity or interest or commitment as you do. So is it just that some people are so gosh darn lazy? And so ignorant that they just decide. Join the mob. It's much easier. So there's a Latin phrase called panem at circuses. And it was used in the early days of the Roman Senate to describe how they wanted to rule over the populace, meaning that if you give the people enough food and you give the people enough entertainment, then they'll have purpose and they'll be fine..

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"tony p." Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on Keep It!

"How did you heard about this story. Louis oh yeah i mean my my main news source for everything is check as twitter. So yes yeah jack. Hey who had speaker price playing. Paulina price. on days of our lives. Currently doing it excellently. Her out of our lives that she has not been on this podcast and she is a sleigh and every way but i think she writes on twitter. I'm like why are you this funny. It's like so crazy tweet at her was to come on the show. She followed me when i was on twitter. I know she follows you. Yeah no. I met her once and she was like. Oh louis from twitter. So witty and i was like. I can't believe you said that. And it's not been on here jack hairy. It was such a weird story. It's weird it's baffling. And i kind of feel like maybe it wasted lake. You know that black twitter is going to slough the whole situation and figure out everything and they're gonna do it quickly and then like i just like to black twitter's time wasted are what's on. Okay i say are as i'm still on it but you know what twitter has racist darks. Okay okay got women in parks who are harassing black people. We've got cairns to get fired. They work okay that all that black twitter is just the new number one ladies' detective agency. Let's bring back to my friend. Just refresh me on a crazy stories of the weinstein era which is harvey weinstein apparently promised lupita nyongo part on number one ladies' detective agency a show that had been cancelled for years. Anyway that is. There's parts of right the harvey wide steed scandal that truly was a baffling part of the lupita night. Neon goes story like he couldn't think of a show with like black people in it and that was the first thing that came. So i mind boggling. That's evening apart on the wire. You're gonna love this show the jeffersons. I'm being speaker of harvey weinstein. We're watching pataudi is to be reason to thank him there But i was thinking about award speeches. And i was also thinking like damn. Aren't we glad to not be in a awards season era where every speech would be thank you harvey god guy gwyneth. Yeah judy dench. Whomever stop thinking people people who are like agents and producers at manages. I'm like nobody wants to hear that. And i get that. It is a moment for them to be like shouted out but like i like when someone like errands. Avait shouts out like the woman who's managed him since he was a child. You know something like that. I'm like if you're naming random people at eight twenty four. Could you save it for when your backstage right. Oh you mean. They did their job. Great yeah yeah. I don't care no deference i find super baffling anyway. That's a whole conversation. Yes anyway thank you to. Emily asked for being here this week. Thank you to den michelle for joining us in such a pleasure and We'll see you keep. It is a crooked media production. Our senior producer is kendra james. Our producer is caroline restaurant and our associate producer. Is brian semel. Our executive producer is me. Ira madison third. Our editor is bill lance and kyle seguin or sound engineer. Thank you to our digital team. Matt degroot normal conan and milo kim for production support every week and hey stay safe out there in two thousand fourteen. I was working for the washington post in iran. One night some guys with guns showed up at my apartment and took my wife and me to prison. I knew the deep trouble. When obviously i was trying to be hopeful. Let's say no no. I spent a year and a half as a hostage. Everyone from my family to president. Obama played a role in getting the jason resigned host of five hundred forty four days. A spotify original produced by gimblett crooked media. Na twenty four episodes of five hundred forty four days are available right now following. Listen for free only on spot..

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"tony p." Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on Keep It!

"Think should have directed this danny boyle somebody who really like throws in a ton of elements of kind of technological wonderment. In the movie steve jobs. There's a movie where he's like walking down a hallway and it's all like computer walls or something that needed something like that something spectacular to take us away from the rather drab nature of the subject matter because this is drab movie. Yes my keep it. This week is to the like podcast. True crime history. That's been going on with kelly prices quote unquote disappearance. So it's what. I'd like to try and like break this dowd. She was the subject of a missing. Persons report filed in georgia after last being seen a police wellness check at our home on september eighteenth and her sister talked about how like the family was worried for her trying to find her and we knew that she had gotten cove. Ed and people are concerned that she was dead She was missing somewhere and needed our help. That she was at. Mr big's house came out the other day in an interview with tmz that she's not missing she just had covert and almost died. She said at some point they lost me and i died. I woke up days later. And the first thing i remember is doctors asking me if i knew what year it was and i'm unlike so this story has gone from you. Missing people are looking for. You truly like like joy. Reid is like posting like. Can we find out what's going on kelli price people like the black beauty was in tatters and then it comes that she's just like a like nearly died from kobe and when asked if she was vaccinated ignored. The question always goodness so now. The story is really hard to so you almost die because you didn't get vaccinated great and now i'm just married. Yeah tough so by the way why would she be missing ever right thing. That also is part of the story. Is that like as happens with celebrities and particularly singers. She a really close with her actual family. And so there's a lot of things about her saying that like i don't really talk to my family. And so the the sister saying that she's missing is sort of like the sister trying to make the narrative about her and be involved. Maybe but she's like they think 'cause i'm not talking to them and like this is a lot going on here and i need whereas all stone. Okay we've seen nixon we've seen jfk. I need price. We need to know what's going on..

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"tony p." Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on Keep It!

"I've been getting so lucky to work in tv and film and that's an industry that really is working for the last year plus and i don't really think the world understands how compromised and how tragic this has been for. This has been for the theater community. And how many people we lost a covert and other things that in memoriam was really long. And there's a reason it's because so many people died. I said that to some people here in la. When i came back i was like sort of say overwhelmed by the emotion of it i sort of had to explain to people like people really understand why people were lost to covert in that community because so many people got it in the early days. Danny burstein was in the hospital setting for his life in march texting. My husband and i have been like. I love you guys. I really hope. I make it through this. You know. then we lost Rebecca lucrative. That was one of the most exciting moments that night. When danny burstein one. You know john lithgow said seven time nominee and we all jumped presi the for him. You know that and then When i sat down the rehearsal. I sat down next to to days while graham over and give us haga. We just so sorry. I can't stop crying. I came out on the stage for hersal to just practice saying my little wines for presenting. I start crying. It was overwhelming like my dresser. Helped alternate My outfit for the night and seeing her we all cried. My husband by dresser christina. Who's dressing andrei children. On haiti sound. We crept because her and her husband had been on the job for eighteen months. He's on a crew right now. My friend who's a tele player. She lost her job at frozen which they thought would come back which i could just go on and on and on like i cannot. Overstate the trauma. That community has experienced. A lot of people have found a way to go back to work in some respect or another but like feeder has really really been traumatized in a way that sketchy co long time to come back so on that note everybody goes control. I love that. People had their masks on during the show up. I'm currently working on a showdown with geoffrey richmond. Who's married to john. hickey just talking about people being vaccinated and people having their mass on during the show and it feels like the safest thing to do to go see a show because you're in a mask. People were vaccinated. They'll say for them like going to you. Yes it is. It's amazing to have you know cool to be in new york for like twenty four hours. I've got to go for twenty four hours but it was amazing to walk up to a restaurant. He asks for your vaccination card. There's i felt like it was amazing. I thought that was fabulous. There's just like that's the world they're living in and that's what's up and you just do it and move on and so i think it's exciting. I think it's gonna be really helpful for new york in new york getting its feet back and getting tourism act but up yet. I felt percents and also i someone up. Or i like got to experience jennifer. Holliday's singing. I am telling you and john sat behind. We all just having this sort of collective communal experience in that is what theater is an olive. Our hearts were there. And you're right. We were safe. It felt like the safest place in the world to be. I feel like you turn around in your chair. And just like chita. Rivera has her leg overhead or something. God yes block was on the other side of the you know..

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"tony p." Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on Keep It!

"Who have something to say you know. What every fucking theater love sondheim. Yeah you know even fucking like andrew lloyd webber you know did a great version of move on from ben platt and kanani rose. Where are the new songs that are going to create. Like new memories on broadway where you're like this show. This new music like is pulling you in songs that like someone else will be singing on the tony. Like twenty thirty years from now that it's become a new classic. Is it just going to be a pop song from now. there's been repurposing into a musical. That doesn't feel like broadway's do anything exciting right. You know at all. And i guess also obviously it's recovering from the pandemics teaming with new ideas at the moment so hopefully it will rebound but it is just strange. That firework is now a part of the great american songbook. In this way. it's like we. We should have to vote on that. I'm sorry you did it. Bonnie mckee i do stand her. I do of course. She's in that category community of like put upon songwriter. Who had a moment where she could have been around star and maybe still has it in her but she really is like a saw. She's been treated as a songwriter and successfully. She's a fabulous writer but yeah very successful. She's a lovely help in the hills. Which famously went to for a party that she was not even in town for okay. Which was which for me is new kind of like person with lake money or friends in the industry. Ain't nobody ever having a party in my house. When i'm not there absolutely the fuck not no. It's like a party for someone that she wasn't even to tout no. You can't have my house to have a party. What is this people are. We are right. No that whoopi goldberg. Thanks song writers are weird. I don't want anyone in my house. Yeah i don't wanna man. I don't want to don't want them in a box. I do not like green eggs in hand. Entrance spoke about people taking over your house parties. Of course we'd be remiss not to mention the performance. The performance people are talking about jennifer holliday. Oh my god yes yes also like. She remains one of a kind. It's strange because she really is just known for that song at this point Deserved tony winter. I think maybe the agreed upon best musical acting. Tony ever but god if you're going to be associated with one song make it that one. Because every time she performs that you have to like hold onto the wall and then there have been several versions over the years. That have been fascinating in different ways. Do you remember on an american idol. Finale when she performed it with jessica sanchez. who i believe. Here's as i remember it jessica. Sanchez was about two foot four. I remember jessica sanchez. And her and her signal. That went nowhere featuring neo. And we ain't even on earth today. I don't remember but the it came out the summer as arianna grandes. first single. The wake mac. Miller the way and you. Can you can see who won that battle. I got i got during this performance. Jessica sanchez and jennifer holliday performed. Jennifer holliday came out. Is like a surprise guest jessica. Sanchez suddenly shrank. She became like a fisher price. Little person next to jennifer holliday. Who grew to the size of eleven foot seven during this performance the way her job moves alone as the notes like slosh around in her mouth and then like tumble on out like boulders. So shocking and jessica sanchez. Was i believe eaten by jennifer. She was devoured. So that's a dead eaten popstar. She i feel my soul going to eat. Yo so yes e- exactly why it went nowhere. I remember that performance. And i was like this was maybe a bad idea for jessica. I will say that off of my little behind. I made People should listen to her debut album. Feel my soul this burrito white from earth wind fire produce that album it's great rb music But yeah feel like. We all know jennifer holliday from the one song. She's pulled out to award shows to perform now. I'm she's probably like. Hey i kind of discography house. And they're like absolutely not earth witted fire by the way is abandoned like everybody knows every one their songs but they're treated sort of like i don't know wedding music or something now when they are like the definitive dance music maybe ever. They need a renaissance in a way. I have their album raise from eighty-one like in heavy rotation on my like disco play lists. It has let's groove on it. Which but like the rest of us is you listened to it and you're like this is such like great early eighties like funk disco music we need to go beyond the singles of earth one. Because they're definitely not wedding meets it. Yeah right that's like you'll hear that horse meat. Disco music definitely another album. I've brought up this before another album from that era that we never too much by luther vandross come on great that's eighty three now it's a little earlier than that anyway. Yeah around the same time. No i mean that is. That is one of my favorite things to do Artists that we liked from that era to visit their albums with the major thing unless to the other songs. Or listen to the album that we've never heard of because unlike the same way that we will listen to you know like a new beyond a album right and then you'll just hear formation but you know the other songs because it streaming and we're listening. We're seeing them perform. We have like no regular knowledge of like the non single cuts from like so many of those classic. R&b albums all fucking good. Yeah oh god. Yeah master jam by a shock. Akon all those songs and you only hear those unlike deep sirius radio now diana ross eaten alive the entire album. Chef's kiss and that's what we think about the saudis. 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"tony p." Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on Keep It!

"Cbs of the fifteen shows nominated only three are still running and slave play the most nominated nonmusical in history. Walked away empty-handed so broadway is back. Let's get to the show. I love broadway is back just in regular conversation. 'cause they kept shouting right getting my starbucks order. I will take a vent in cold brew and also broadway's back us the community. All new york. As are saying that i will say. Slave play is in good company with mean. Girls scott's borough boys the classic You know productions that ended up getting nothing and now in a way people will remember that forever so in a way it has a new legacy classic black productions. Yes right like the stars world. Rapper actress tina fey. The bad thing about sleigh play is that much like when they were shifting like the oscars like the people who can nominate and vote for the oscars. The nominating board is much younger and more diverse than the people who actually vote for the toadies which is weird right. Yeah that makes no sense. You saw both slave play and the inheritance right. Ira i did. I did so you can officially weigh in on. I'll just. I'll talk about the politics momentarily but you can tell us spiritually what what deserve to him. Well you know. The inheritance was a bit like reading warm peas which we always do Yes yes quite long. Sometimes you would have put the book down. Go do something else that plays so damn and it's two parts right. I was like stop right this. I rather enjoyed a bit of the first part of the inheritance. I saw the inheritance On the west end As i do. Because i travel for my theater right part two. We're not gonna talk about that. That's what we will actually do. But i don't know for me. It's a powerful story. But you know we've seen aids dramas before you know and for me. The inheritance specifically seemed engineered for a specific type of audience. Who likes a specific type of broadway. Play that we'll make them cry. Remember etcetera and then there slay play which you know. I enjoy it but i can also get why it would be polarizing. You know an. I think the whole point of slave play to was like you know sort of like go against the system and you know jeremy o'hara's very vocal about the system. Are we shocked. Not really you can only trash talk the system and still win if your money right and even then only once the right only what and where she ben sense yes yes. She's in gulag. I believe oprah tyler. Perry have blacklisted. Jeremy harris now. Unfortunately i will say though. About the telecast itself. I selfishly in some ways. Appreciated the awards rollout being separated from the extravaganza that got on. Cbs because it really just felt like for people who really love seeing actress. Everyone in broadway come together like you got like a clean telecast like it was just like a word after award after award and i thought that was a lot of fun. It was baffling to me. That they kept the actors. Out of the main telecast though like don't people want to see that like the people are familiar with win the awards that was really confusing to man. You wanna see the fashion and you wanna see all of good awards show content and it just didn't feel very streamlined. Which i guess is like maybe nice for the time that we're in but i don't know i only watched a few minutes of it and i was. I think i'm going to do something else. You'll never be me watching award show after award. Show until gotta do love about. The tony's though is that an actor will pop up like a supporting nomination or something. And you're like that's where the fuck she's been namely jane alexander who lost to lois smith who became the oldest ever tony winner of the only person ever to win a tony in her nineties. Which fucking for the inheritance meeting geno alexander was this woman who you would now if you watch like all the president's men and the great white hope she pops up on these supporting roles and she is a legend that she's like many times emmy nominated many times. Tony nominated but her career doesn't really call attention to herself. She was never like a marquees star and now at eighty-one she got this nomination for grant horizons and there's an awesome profile of her in the washington post written by dan. Zak that really gets into just these actors we used to have so earthy and you believe them. She's in this amazing movie. That i talked about on keep it once called testament which is tv movie. Basically it feels like that but it's about the apocalypse happening to a small town and you'd be shocked. How covert like it feels you gotta watch this movie. She is awesome in it and she says in this article she goes. I have one dream left and is to be the oldest oscar winner ever and she goes to rub it in tony hopkins face and i was like. That's what i want and bishen at eighty one to win awards so anyway. Got me really back into alexander hive. I do adore lowest smith. But i did not see the show with her with vanessa. Redgrave which book. God can you believe. She's still is like up there. Acting vanessa redgrave is just like a wizard at this point. Like it's crazy. Yeah she was. She was fantastic and john. Benjamin hickey was amazing unit. I'm not gonna drag me in her. And all the way down on this show but i will say it was written by matthew lopez and for me There are moments of the show where it dips into like current gay debates when younger people in the cast and. I don't know if they did feel as authentically as debates that younger people have also the show is very white. Oh it is very white and this economy matthew lopez you eight white. So was t..

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"tony p." Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Okay and we're back so tony how have you been. Oh boy it has been you know. I you know and listeners regular listeners. Know it's been quite a you know. I'd almost coming up on two years now for me. It's been it's been pretty rough it. Just it's kind of felt like one thing after another firm way too long now and you know always have like okay. Things are going to start looking up now that every time. It seems like they are something else happens. I'm trying you know if you had if we had done this episode like two weeks ago. I think it would have been even more pathetic that answer but I've really been trying to push myself these last couple weeks to just be out more safely. Of course. yeah but seeing friends and and also have been Playing drums a lot more and having some rehearsals for some shows coming up and all of that. I'm really like really realizing how much that actually does for me. How much it really helps Yes so that has been very very very helpful. And i need to remind myself more how much that stuff actually helps me. Yes yeah i know. I feel bad that because you and i were both so excited to be doing. 'em persons again Yeah i feel bad that. We're not again although i feel like there's a whole bunch of reasons why there's one reason why i hope it mean specifically you have kids have unvaccinated kids. I understand that. Yeah but yeah that was. I'll i'll admit and and again i totally understand. Why but yeah. That was a bummer. I don't know if i said this on the show. We're not but like literally that first in person recording. We had just driving to your house. That day was like the best. I felt a year and a half. Oh 'cause i was just like a felt like is silly as the sounds like i kind of felt like i had a purpose. I just like you sure. I'm i leave home every now and then but it's usually you know just to go to the store or to see somebody but This was to actually go somewhere to do and to do work. That i enjoy So like you know. I've truly missed.

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"tony p." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"On tony. That's one of the things that the discerning fan is noticing that the fingerprint on everything are somebody who really loves wrestling. Because i think you know this customer. This customer can sniff it out if it's not exactly that because of the way that they care and it's the way that you care i liked it. I am but at the same time. I have to give so much credit to the fans because the people that supported us through the pandemic they were supporting a different product the product they changed and it was the best wrestling product through the pandemic but there were a lot of bands that stuck to our show and really we are ratings. Crazily enough went up during the pandemic. But it's different thing watching wrestling without fans at ringside so to me. It was important to keep some someone's of that. So i any wrestlers were out of work or guys that weren't on the show or women that were on the show i put it ringside as the band's so built like a wall of bands that were effectively out work wrestlers and Was the best tv. Anybody was doing wrestling. Because you know if you've put the channel in you're watching people in an empty arena with no fan response knowing gauge -ment with a crowd. It's just not as good but then at the same time to compare that and compare you know a wall wrestlers around the ring to what we saw on friday night. There's no substitute for the wrestling fans. And so the fans at home that stayed with the show through the pandemic with the band's weren't there and the who are now turning out at the shows and going nuts and setting records for attendance and for audible noise for big. Bob's is just a really really really all down to them. And i am on them. And because i was arresting bannon knew that there was a big vacancy. And there's just something missing in my life and the lives of my my brethren my sisters and brothers wrestling fans. I just knew this was gonna work and there's enough wrestling fans and i'm dorm wrestling household out there that i knew we could Find people that weren't really engaged by what they were getting on. Tv by what they were watching in the car wilder wrestling. So it's all happened. A lot quicker than i would've thought but one of the biggest moments in the history of the company actually happened at your office when i was being interviewed there and i went down to your dressing room in the clevelander and i negotiated my tnt contract extension. So thank you for letting me use your dressing room. I'm really happy for you. It's been cool. It's been really really appreciate that. And i was really glad i got your tax today about talking because you know i'm always happy to talk to you just in general like even if it's not being televised or recorded but you know it. I know time for that. Tony only on air friendships. There's no i have time for any other kind. I just i just come out of a hermetically sealed case and have on air conversations. And that's all i have no offer about my boat. We didn't report you come out on the phone. We brought people there and they failed at their job of videotaping the several boats on your boat that never brought like you were just like basically like keeping up a prompt on conversation with me so that larry was there to get on with roy at yes look man. Do not tell me anything about what it is that i shouldn't be doing that..

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"tony p." Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on Fresh Air

"Tony bennett. He returned to fresh air in nineteen ninety-one. He told terry about growing up in a story. A queens in about his brother who was a musical prodigy. he was A very wonderful opera singer. They call them the little crew so he was thirteen and sang solo spots in the metropolitan opera and Did radio shows in those days That was the highest ratings. The shows with big and he was always a guest of artist on very big radio shows and and We all loved opera in my home..

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"tony p." Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Might oh you feel that. Also okay what i mean. I guess if a person with a bunch of oscars at homes feels that way. And then i should probably except i'm always going to feel that way to towed. Completely is very important to make friends with that feeling. I got used to develop a sense of humor about like. This is probably to be disaster. I'm gonna fail so all. I noted there's roll my sleeves in but when footprint of the other in see what happens because you can actually burn a lot of energy destroy of creative energy by indulging that anxiety people get in their own way so much because they're like oh my god. What if this doesn't work out. What if what if. I my good what people like me are what if i don't get what i'm in any department of life. You know what. I mean like our fears. Get the better of us when we worry. Only gonna win if it doesn't go right. Or what if prevail that's just a waste of time and energy in life and life force so it's like well just go dive into the experience symbol. Your best shot is at like commit. Just go for it and who knows whether it's relationship or of project or you know. Yeah how have you learned to do that. Though to free yourself of that or to make friends with that feeling your combination of experience of therapy. I would say in my early thirties. I started to really dislike my work. I was extremely self critical. And i would finish a day on set right. Finish a scene right being a play. And i've come in addressing performance and i would like evaluate my work in like. What did i do you wrong. Not not good enough. And it's got to be better. And i really was in my own way and i started to think. My work was getting mediocre. Like i didn't like it. I was a little tight. And i didn't. There was lack of joy and fun in play in it so i went to therapist. Like i'm i'm in trouble. I'm doing something wrong..

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"tony p." Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Today's guest is the in imitable. Tony goldwyn a phenomenal screen and voice actor peabody award winning director and an incredible philanthropic force for good in the world. Tony has played iconic characters in films like the last samurai to the divergent films. Even to the voice of tarzan and disney's animated tarzan. But you might know him best from his. Shall we say spicy portrayal of president fitzgerald grant the third on scandal. Tony is born and raised angelino and child of hollywood. The son of an actor mother and our producer father. He joined the family business and pursued a career in acting eventually. Getting his breakout moment as carl. Berner the antagonists of the nineties insta- classic ghost one of my personal favorites by the way from there. He went under perform myriad roles tv film and on the stage including in one of my favorite performances. I was able to see on broadway pre pandemic network also starring bryan cranston and tatyana miss lonnie. You guys it was phenomenal. But those aren't the only way he's followed in his family's footsteps like his parents and grandparents. Tony is also an avid philanthropist. He sits on the board of three separate charity organizations. And as if that wasn't enough he's also an ambassador for stand up to cancer a nonprofit that is dedicating to funding cancer research treatment and cure options. Today we're going to find out more about his life his career his pursuit of his own creativity his advocacy and more enjoy. Slow.

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"tony p." Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"tony p." Discussed on Good For You

"You know that. No one's asking you how you are even though your faces leading because they they they wanna be cool and not know who you are. It's like i don't know what i think it was. They're caught in the moment. It was just like man tony tweet. Let's go meet him like us. It was never like oh he got fox. Hey there's a lot of hold on your finding is. I went to a pharmacy straight from there to go by sterry strips and to go buy alcohol to clean and stuff. And i'm in line with this. Like i'm in line with a hustling and the dude was checking me out was like tony. Y'all make stopped scanning my items to come around and shoot us. Yeah but this one here but also you've only proven that you're going to be just fine. This is your fault. We need to hear tony. How he seems like a pretty fragile cap. They're like oh it's an eyeball. This is a territory my job. There's something interesting about like the way people react to. You have no idea because they're reacting to you like i to think i'm cool. I don't want because everyone thinks they have a shot at being your friend myself included so cool stickers show. We're all friends techno-music. I want him to bleed to death. They're like like in their mind that that's gonna go. Hey are you okay. And you're gonna like nonce pretty bad like then what they're gonna by causing symbolic superhero group of especially dudes like you've been famous to meet. Since i was ten right. So you're a human obviously but also your this idea of skateboarding and like the most famous. You've been the most famous skateboard on the road for twenty years. And that's it. It's fucking weird dude and like do you have a sense of that responsibility kinda i. I have come to embrace that and come to terms with that in recent years i used to..

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