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Fresh update on "usa" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:23 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "usa" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"They are over We were blinded by the light by your brilliance and helpfulness and for stopping us on the songs that went with the chart of the day We were often dancing in the dark when it came to guessing those songs Even if we're fast enough you are headed for easier days better days And a Bloomberg radio nowhere to be found Thinking well maybe we'll run into you driving in and around back streets or at Cadillac ranch Hanging out with rosalinda Or at tenth avenue freeze out Whatever you may do please please enjoy we will miss you and we will never forget the ties that bind you to us and us to you And remember Dave you are yes of course born in the USA And Dave's you were born to run I have no words I'm often not at a loss as everybody But Dave Wilson you have meant the world to us You've helped all of us An era over at Bloomberg Yeah well thank you everyone And I say everyone this.

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:33 min | 1 d ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Caught up in three strikes. And when they get out and they can free bites so they can run to their future back to their past, go to the store and some spaces appreciate that more than other spaces we've been told to stop playing and stopping political and people have walked out of our shows. Making people uncomfortable is not the goal, making people reflect on why they're uncomfortable is what's valuable. Conflict is a natural thing. You know, how we deal with conflict becomes the unnatural thing. Growth is always going to be uncomfortable. And so what I'm hoping for with our music is not that we make people angry or that people walk out of our shows is that we're able to end the discomfort grow. The voices of Denise Carlos, etor Flores and Daniel French, from the east LA band, Las cafeteras. This episode was produced by Ginny montalvo and edited by me and macias and Latino USA team includes Mike Sargent, who created a Martinelli Vitor, but Asia Sullivan, Genie montalvo, and a hundred Salazar,.

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Fresh update on "usa" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "usa" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

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This Is What You Can Do to Save America

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 4 d ago

This Is What You Can Do to Save America

"People ask me all the time they say Charlie, what can I do actually to save the country? And they're like, I do everything I've been told. I watched Tucker Carlson, I bought the pillow, like I did everything I was supposed to do, right? By the way, promo code Kirk at my pillow dot com, the circulation. No, seriously. And if you guys are moving in as a high school to college kids, the best Giza dream sheets you could imagine. But no, in all seriousness, it's kind of one of these questions of what else can I do to save the country? And this is why I think that our turning point USA activists are doing such a meaningful difference honestly. Because you've done the most important thing as a start, which is you've decided to be the same person in public that you are in private. And you want to know one of the biggest issues we have in America is that we have 75 million people a large percentage of that they're afraid to tell. Anyone else that they're a conservative out of fear of being fired? Be fear being mocked and ridiculed, and they're right. And that doesn't mean you shouldn't speak out. So people say a lot, they say, Charlie, you know, if only my fraternity or sorority knew that I was a conservative guy, I'd get kicked out. Or my friends would know. Or my boss would know. And you think yourself, are you really free in that sense that you always kind of have to wear a different uniform or you have to kind of change what camouflage you put on when you leave your apartment or your house? And one of the things that people complain about, most is cancel culture. I hate the term. I never liked cancel culture. I think it's overly simplistic quite honestly. But the reason why cancel culture, whatever, however you want to define it is powerful is partially because we make it so, is partially because we allow the other people to have a lot of power over our lives. Is that we say, okay, I'll speak out, but if it means that I might get called a bad name, then maybe I'm just kind of sit down and let someone speak for me. And the most important thing that I want you to take away from the speech tonight is that you want you want in your life to try to be a free person in the sense that you don't have to pretend that people around you or something you're

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Fresh update on "usa" discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

Money For the Rest of Us

02:40 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "usa" discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

"One of the challenges with academic papers is oftentimes the data is very specific in terms of how they go about constructing the various indices. There was an academic paper I recently read titled, is there a replication crisis in finance? The criticism of many academic papers, financial papers that showed some type of positive alpha excess return couldn't be replicated. Some of the criticisms are, there's just mistakes in the methodology and they couldn't repeat it. Or when they tried to implement it or repeat it that there were so many factors used that they were sort of cherry picked to show the excess return. That made me a little discouraged and so I read through the paper and these authors went through it again and determined that no. Most of these studies can be replicated and that the quality factor and the momentum factor and a low risk factor that the replication rate was a 100%. According to the methodology that they used. Apparently, it's very challenging to implement a trend following momentum strategy using managed futures. What about a simpler strategy? Just using stocks, momentum stocks. There's the I shares MSCI USA momentum factor ETF. Very straightforward, they identify momentum oriented stocks. Over the past 5 years, it's returned 21% annualized versus 18.2% for the I shares core S&P 500 ETF. That strategy worked. Now over the past three years, the returns have been about the same and over the past year the S&P 500 has outperformed. The momentum ETF. The S&P returned 30%, the I shares MSCI USA momentum factor ETF returned 21.5. But at least over a longer term period, that momentum strategy worked. Not every U.S. momentum strategy has worked. There's the investig dw momentum ETF PDP, it's tenure annualized return has been 15.8% versus 16.8% for the I shares core S&P 500 ETF. It performed in line with the S&P 500 over.

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This Is What Makes Charlie Hopeful for the Future

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:04 min | Last week

This Is What Makes Charlie Hopeful for the Future

"You asked the question, are you hopeful? I am hopeful about a couple things. So let me tell you what I'm hopeful about. And it's less about politics and it's more just about attitude and it's also about durability. And so after Biden was implemented, not elected. He was an implemented president, by the way. After Biden was implemented, we very well could have engaged in self pity. And self pity as Dennis has taught so many people throughout the years is a really bad starting point for anything constructive. We could have we could have set up, they had $420 million from Zuckerberg. You know, they spent all this money, mail in ballots, the country's over. But instead, you know, the regime called all of us domestic terrorists. They still do. They thought they could pummel us in the submission. They thought in March of this last year, we'd say, okay enough. Let's make Liz Liz Cheney the head of the Republican Party. Or we'll bring mit Romney back. And the fact you're laughing, greens me great joy. It does because we know that's a ridiculous idea. What happened was the opposite. What happened was because of how parents were exposed to their kids education during the Fauci virus. Parents across the country, all of a sudden, in a way they never expected the other side never expected got intimately involved in education policy and the education fights. And through March and April and May, all of a sudden we saw the most robust authentic and quite honestly sometimes messy political movement that still has traction and growing today, as moms and dads showing up to school board meetings across the country. And so you ask, am I hopeful? Our homeschooling population has doubled in the last 18 months. That gives me hope, doubled. We have twice as many people in homeschool. We did our campus tour at turning point USA. We can't find rooms big enough to be able to fit all the students that want to hear us talk on campus. And so I'll be honest that I think that politicians are largely a waste of time. I do. I think that we need to give them very short, easy to understand to instructions that they have to follow. And if they don't, we have to replace them and mostly we have to keep the pressure on Republicans, but our energy everybody has to be less about voting and kind of the palace intrigue and this. Are you showing up to school board meetings? Are you showing up to city council meetings? Are you homeschooling your kids? Are you showing up locally? Because honestly, for the last 20 years or at least the last 5 years like Charlie, I bought the pillow, I watched Fox News. I did everything I was supposed to do. And it's like, that's not enough. You have to, you have to do more. So I'm hopeful 'cause the people are tougher, stronger and more committed than ever before and eventually the political leaders will

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Fresh update on "usa" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "usa" discussed on Morning Edition

"Is against the law If I knew that I would have been driving with a BBC in the background driving my daughter in there I didn't know I was in danger You know what I'm saying So I didn't know State officials with the department of motor vehicles say that they have seen a sharp rise in the number of invalid and fraudulent temporary plates since the start of the pandemic When DMV offices closed and a cottage industry sprang up offering people other ways to renew their plates like Wilson many don't know that they're breaking the law But NASA county stands out in the number of people at arrests for this infraction and charges with a felony According to court data reviewed by USA ju and WNYC Gotham is since November of last year NASA police have arrested 739 drivers for what will usually just get you a ticket in other neighboring areas of the state NYPD has arrested a 166 people on the charge over the same period Sefa.

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Democrat Reconciliation Bill Features $1.67B Tax Handout to Media Corporations

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last week

Democrat Reconciliation Bill Features $1.67B Tax Handout to Media Corporations

"Well our friends at our friends at Americans for tax reform One inform you about something On page 1957 and this is being voted on tonight 1957 of the reconciliation bill such a nice passive name given to such destructive activity Democrats have included a 1.67 billion special tax handout to media companies Hello under the guise of helping local journalists In reality the provision is a product of the D.C. lobbing swamp and will benefit large media corporations Companies of any size are eligible for the tax credit You know like Comcast AT&T think about it The New York Times The Washington Post broadcast print and digital companies all qualifying Each company is allowed to claim the tax credit for up to 1500 of their employees How many humble village newspapers do you know then employ 1500 people The associated depressed recently reported that the gani corporation publisher of USA Today could get as much as 127.5 million dollars Should the tax break become law They wrote gannett one of the nation's largest remaining newspaper chains could gain as much as a $127.5 million over 5 years Kinetic is a market capitalization of $780 million It's 2020 revenue was 3.4 billion

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Rittenhouse Trial: Everything You Need to Know With Jack Posobiec

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Rittenhouse Trial: Everything You Need to Know With Jack Posobiec

"You what Jack pasovic from human events daily human events dot com with in partnership with turning point USA TPU USA dot com. Was beyond the head of the curve. He started the curve Jack on his Twitter and his telegram was saying we are two weeks out from the rittenhouse trial. One week out from the rittenhouse trial. He's been on top of it the entire time and he joins us now, Jack. His good friend and a great American and he is smart, and he's on top of the ball. Jack, can you hear me? Yeah, I can hear you just fine, Charlie, and I appreciate you actually picking up on that. I can tell, wow, it's like Charlie is actually following this because this was something that a lot of people have been sleeping on the fact that this case was coming up, it was getting closer. It was getting closer. Of course, news of the day is something that always is going to take precedence. But I knew that this case would be a seminal moment in American politics and American culture here in the 21st century for a variety of reasons. So thank you. I appreciate you following the coverage like that. Well, it is well earned and well deserved. You know, you're doing great work. You hit home run after home run and you've been on top of so many different things. And if I could keep you the whole hour, I'm going to because I got a lot of want to ask you and ask you about Bannon and I want to ask you about all sorts of stuff. Yeah, we actually can we're good time wise. I can do that. All right, so let's start with Kyle, though. Just kind of recap yesterday for some people watching and then also where are we at right now? Juries deliberating, what's the feel on the ground? What's going on Jack? Quite literally, the jury is out, right? The jury has gone out, so we've got the composition has been reported by the Kenosha news of the jury to keep in mind that we've been able to watch a lot of this trial based on the live stream, but the one aspect that you couldn't see on any of these live streams was the jury. Now I had the ability to talk to a source who was in the room for the entire trial, this past weekend. And he told me that it seemed as though the jury seemed to be maybe not necessarily in Kyle's favor, but they seemed to have gotten a bad impression by the actions and the condescension and the tone from these prosecutors. It really seemed like the prosecutors had turned it into a personal vendetta rather than a finding of truth or a finding of justice in the community. It seemed like it had become very politicized. And it seems as though the jury was not interested in that that it kind of turned them

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State Farm Stands by Aaron Rodgers After His Vaccine Comments

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

State Farm Stands by Aaron Rodgers After His Vaccine Comments

"I want you to hear the first sentence in USA Today to give you an idea that you're talking about a media that is the American media. That no longer even professed to separate opinion from news. Listen to the first sentence of the USA Today, which is just the left wing propaganda sheet. This is proof. Listen to the first sentence. Given a chance to repudiate the lies and misinformation spread last week about COVID-19 vaccines. By Green Bay Packers quarterback and company pitchman Aaron Rodgers State Farm punted. This is the writer Christine Brennan. I wonder if she went to which journalism school she went to Columbia University of Missouri. Given the chance to repudiate the lies and menace information spread last week. What lies in misinformation did he spread? I'd like to read further. Aaron Rodgers has been a great ambassador for our company, for much of the past decade, a company spokesman said in a statement to USA Today, sports Monday morning. We don't support some of the statements he has made but we respect his right to his own personal point of view. Do you know how rare that is in America? This was the most common thing, said in the United States about speech. We may not agree with you but we respect your right to have a different opinion.

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Debunking the Case Against Kyle Rittenhouse With Jack Posobiec

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Debunking the Case Against Kyle Rittenhouse With Jack Posobiec

"With us as a friend of mine and I think you could call him the resident Catholic contributor. He's a godly man. He's patriotic courageous. You know him as Jack pass sobic from human events daily brought to you by turning point USA. Jack, there's a lot I want to talk to you about. Good to see you. And but let's start with kind of how your honorable fixation has honestly made me more interested and let's say fixated on the Kyle rittenhouse story. A lot of our listeners don't have a lot of they're not really aware of what's happening. This is not being covered as much as the Floyd saga. Let's start from the beginning. What happened? Who is Kyle rittenhouse? What is he charged with? Just start from the beginning and then we'll work through the current. Yeah, sure, no, thanks, Charlie, and appreciate the intro there. So what happened with Kyle rittenhouse? You have to go back to the summer of rage of 2020. Florida palus. Right. That was exactly. That was peppered throughout with these ubiquitous protests during the day and then riots looting arson at night. And in one of the cities, actually a small city called Kenosha, Wisconsin about an hour north of Chicago about an hour south of Milwaukee right in between. Following the police shooting of a criminal named Jacob Blake, who charged a police officer with an extended knife. There were multiple nights of rioting, looting and arson, the descendant upon this town from people who, by the way, mostly, were not actually from Kenosha Wisconsin. They were again, as I mentioned from Milwaukee and Chicago. This is in between them. And so on night three of this, you've got people that are scared out of their minds in the community. You've got people and we heard this in jury selection that were going into the local churches with their families to say, maybe if we go in here, we'll be safe because hopefully they won't attack a church. That's how bad it got in the village of Kenosha that night by night three. So Kyle rittenhouse was at the time 17 years old. He was about 15 minutes away, drove in with his friend and some others who had been asked to be there. To help protect the town, Kyle worked as a lifeguard in Kenosha. He had also been around there earlier that day, scrubbing off graffiti from the walls, right? By all intents and purposes we know that this is a guy who was there who cares about his hometown of use this as his hometown and wants to do the right thing doesn't like to see these roving bands of marauders coming through this. Well, as the night continues, the Nike continues Kyle's there. He's trying to offer medical aid to people on both sides, by the way, running around saying, does anyone need medical? Does anyone need this? He does have an AR-15 style rifle in order to defend himself. But for the most part of the night, he's not carrying that is kind of strapped on, but he's carrying a fire extinguisher to help put out fires at this car lot, as car dealership that has been attacked by these arsonists. So at one point, he hears about a car lot that's going off. This is a business that is multiple lots around town. So he's running to go put out the fire while carrying a fire extinguisher. Multiple members of this mob see him target him and begin chasing him through the street and then through the parking lot and at one point we just saw an HD footage today for the very first time. One of the assailants actually reaches for his gun after cornering tile in between a group of parked cars and at that point Kyle take steps to defend himself.

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Turning Point USA Wins Emmy for Documentary 'A Long Walk in Socialism'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Turning Point USA Wins Emmy for Documentary 'A Long Walk in Socialism'

"All right, over the weekend something really cool happened, everybody. At turning point USA, our amazing productions team won an Emmy. That's right, you heard that right for our original production a long walk in socialism, regional Emmy Award, cultural topical documentary, turning point USA productions. I never thought I'd actually have an Emmy in my hands. And, you know, what they deserve a lot of credit, they do some great work and they do a great job and I'm so proud of our team at turning point USA. They work so hard and I can tell you that they really are the best production team in the entire movement. I want to play a short clip from this, I want to say congratulations. They deserve all the credit. And let's play cut 23, just a short clip from the now Emmy Award winning documentary it's unbelievable long walk in socialism play tape. In these United States of America, we American Indians we can be anything we want to be. Except American Indians. Want to see an example of their socialism. Go to an Indian reservation. It is one of the most powerful documentaries about domestic socialism, and I want to just congratulate Jo stone, Nathan lada, Josh Dillard, Robert baum, and also Marcus Fatima, who was really kind of at the helm in the midst of all of that. So congratulations, guys, and now I get to have an Emmy in my hands that I did not earn, but I am proud

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Charlie Describes His Journey of Fighting for Liberty Through Faith

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Describes His Journey of Fighting for Liberty Through Faith

"Look, we're all in the fight for liberty and liberty is not man's idea. It's God's idea. And we as Christians, we are, we are called to do more. And I gave my life to Christ, and I was in 5th grade. Sony 5th graders out there. I encourage you to give your life to Christ. All right, there you go. Good year. That was the year 2005 when I was in 5th grade, by the way. And it was a good year. Are you serious? Yeah, that's right. Oh man. And I say it was the most important in my life when you enter into God's eternal family. And you answer into the kingdom of God. As you get older, that means more and more to you. And you realize, really, what grace is and what your relationship with Jesus Christ is. And I was raised in a Bible believing church in the suburbs of Chicago. And I was always taught that we as Christians in the church should never comment on what's happening in the news. Never comments on what's happening outside of the walls of the church. We just do the gospel. You know, we try to increase our budget, build bigger buildings and do more baptisms. That's it. And don't question it. And I bought into it. And as I started turning point USA, I always felt that had to be outside of the church, never talk about the church. And then I met my now pastor rob McCoy, who's an amazing American a great man. And calvary chapel Thousand Oaks, California. So Charlie, you're looking at this wrong. He said, you're trying to set the captives free. You're trying to fight for liberty and try to make people live virtuous and moralize. You're trying to fight for a constitutional republic that is a gift from God and try to motivate God's church to do more in that regard. And he made a very compelling argument on how the American church founded this country. How the American church was the leading force for defeating communism internationally and also some of the Marxist forces here domestically in the 1950s and 60s. And so he was kind enough to have me speak at his church, and then I went and spoke at Jack hibb's church, another great American and dear friend of mine. And I thought to myself, wow, what if the church really stood up and proclaimed with courage the way that Jesus told us to in a time where everything seems to be falling apart, the church can be the leader at

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Turning Point USA to Rally Against Biden's Big Business Vaccine Mandate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Turning Point USA to Rally Against Biden's Big Business Vaccine Mandate

"Okay, I want to get into mandates and vaccine news, breaking today. The Biden regime has now officially put forth the rule for the private sector mandate through osha. The occupied occupational safety and health administration, and so we have said on this show that there was no mandate there was no mandate. That is no longer true. It was true then, it is not true now as there is now a rule from osha to require employers to comply. So basically, let me read the essence of it. This is the ultimate constitutional workaround and for a reason that is so incredibly inexplicable and stunning. The occupational safety and health administration is giving employers with more than 100 employees. Us. A January 4th deadline to comply with President Biden's Fauci virus vaccine mandate and threatening thousands of dollars in fines for defy it businesses. According to a fact sheet released by The White House Thursday. This will impact over 17 million workers. Okay, so we're not going to comply at turning point USA. We have a 195 employees, almost all of whom are under the age of 30 very few are over the age of 30, many of whom are already have contracted the Fauci virus, some of our employees have decided to get vaccinated. A lot of our employees do not want to get vaccinated. And who is Biden to say that all of a sudden you are going to tell us what to do with our medical decisions for our employees, it's every single individual employees choice. You're going to come in until turning point USA how to run our business? No. And so I was just texting right now with our attorneys. We are going to sue in federal court. We said that earlier, we won't be alone. There's many lawsuits happening. I just hope that quite honestly that my fear is that a poorly written lawsuit in a bad district is going to be filed. That is my fear that will uphold this thing. But we will be suing, we have a 190 plus employees and I'm not getting vaccinated. One of my great employees, I'm not going to say his name right down there. He got vaccinated. So we have plenty of people that make different choices. We don't judge based on it. I don't care. I don't ask about it. And yet, I want you to think about how, yes, of course, it's obviously patently unconstitutional. It's all this. But this is super creepy. Could you imagine using osha to come in and be like, yes, I need to go see your medical history, and you see what drugs you're on? I need to go see how many employees you have on prozac? Like, who are who do you think you

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USA TODAY Sports HS football Super 25 rankings

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

USA TODAY Sports HS football Super 25 rankings

"Mike Rossi a reporting Georgia tops the first college football playoff rankings of the twenty twenty one season SEC powers Georgia and once beaten defending national champion Alabama are ranked one two in the first college football playoff rankings of the season the Bulldogs with the date no record or also number one in the Associated Press college football top twenty five I'm beat Michigan state of the big ten is ranked third with pac twelve power Oregon fourth Ohio state is fifth with unbeaten Cincinnati sixth making the Bearcats the highest ranked team from outside the power five conferences in playoff top twenty five history rounding out the top ten our Michigan Oklahoma Wake Forest and Notre Dame hi

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Charlie Kirk Hosts Meet-and-Greet on Own Dime After Clemson Denies Permits

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Charlie Kirk Hosts Meet-and-Greet on Own Dime After Clemson Denies Permits

"You know, our family, our Salem family includes great great talent like Charlie Kirk, Charlie had a big event here in the South Carolina area last night, quick backstory. Charlie was invite, I guess his turning point USA group had an event at Clemson university, the way that works, a group of Clemson typically colleges a university's public schools public universities have to go through a process and they invite organizations like turning point to campus and the left doesn't want to let kids hear Charlie Kirk's point of view. Conservatives aren't allowed to be in the public arena, according to the left. You know, the tolerant left. So Charlie had a great event last night, and the radio station put together a little meet and greet before the event. And Charlie was all excited about meeting 50 or 60 of advertisers for the station for 94 5 the answer Joey Hutch in the morning guy gonna be there going to be a big event. The last minute can't have an event because the right permits weren't filed wink wink. We don't have security wink wink. So Charlie Kirk took responsibility for booking a ballroom at the hotel right down the street, I guess, from little John. On Charlie's own dime, Charlie made it happen, and there was a great meet and greet Joey told me it was a terrific event last night. Had a terrific engagement with people, so kudos to Charlie and his team for going the extra mile. I know pat Kelly, the general manager here at the radio station Joey and the whole team was just they were all just thrilled with the way it went. And I hope you were too if you had a chance to see Charlie and hear him

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The Biden Regime Has Declared War on All of Us

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | Last month

The Biden Regime Has Declared War on All of Us

"What is our administration? What's their top priority? The Department of Justice issues a memo saying that moms and dad showing up to school board meetings across the country are domestic terrorists, that they need use the Patriot Act that was designed to go after people that are associated with Al-Qaeda. If you show up to school board meetings and complain that your children are learning about pornographic curriculum or they're learning about abortion on demand or they're learning about racist critical race theory. Merrick Garland signs an order saying that I'm going to use department Homeland Security. We're going to use the FBI and we're going to use the DOJ to go and create a new commission to monitor to spy on infiltrate moms and dad showing up and complaining at local education area. Local educational institutions, voicing their opinion, turning point USA, the organization that I found in that we run was listed in that letter, saying that what we are doing as our school board watch list is contributing to the targeting of school board officials across the country. And, you know, that's kind of you know when you're doing a great job when the Department of Justice decides, you know what? Murders up 30% last year. No memo, by the way, from the attorney general on murders going up 30%. No memo on the fact that hundreds of thousands of people are coming into our country without any sort of testing any sort of background this coming straight into the interior of the country, but who are the real enemies? You. The real enemies are the patriotic Christians and the heartland of the country. And this regime has decided to declare, and I don't use this word lightly. A domestic war on all of

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What Did Trump Accomplish? Benny Johnson's New Video Tells Us

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | Last month

What Did Trump Accomplish? Benny Johnson's New Video Tells Us

"That Benny Johnson we believe from newsmax and turning point USA, he put together a little video. He's sitting at a desk with a bunch of thought bubbles over Trump's accomplishments. As Terry mcauliffe and Joe Biden and all of them try to advance the narrative that Trump was somehow a terrible president in the midst of a terrible presidency and a country seemingly coming apart at the seams. This video was put out that was so good and so spot on listing all the accomplishments of the Trump presidency, foreign policy, domestic policy, the economy, jobs, the border. It's a great, great video that Benny put and it's just well done, real creative, all those kids over their turning point are so good. And so so impactful, Charlie Kirk's organization is continuing to win hearts and minds and getting a whole lot of young people on the right track. So if you want to see that video showing Benny pointing to these thought bubbles talking about showing the embassy in Jerusalem and criminal justice reform and tearing up the Paris climate accord and canceling the Iran deal and three Supreme Court Justices and energy independence and the wall and people millions of people off food stamps just text the keyword video to one 806 5 5 mic and we'll send you back that video clip that you're really going to appreciate. It's a great video. It's really well done. It's about a minute long just text video to one 806 5 5 6 four 5 three and we'll send you back that video. We offer that as a public service, and we do it with support from our pal Mike lindell and

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The Activation of the Suburban Woman Voter Against This Regime Is a Stunning Turn of Events

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | Last month

The Activation of the Suburban Woman Voter Against This Regime Is a Stunning Turn of Events

"You look at Merrick Garland, you look at all the people testifying. You look at the Virginia governor's race, you look what's happening. They don't know how to handle a reignition of involvement and concern from moms and dads and parents that by the way, otherwise they might not have actually been the biggest Trump fans in the world. That's what's so interesting. Is that the activation of the suburban woman voter against this regime is a stunning turn of events. And it's just starting, by the way. And Merrick Garland and senator Ted Cruz got blessed some cross examining it. I think had the line of the day. Where he said to Merrick Garland, if I would have as a law Kirk for when rent quest put what you put in the memo as attorney general of the United States, I would have been laughed at and I would have been thrown out of the room. Escalation and violence, we actually read the national school board association memo. We're listed in the national school board association memo, turning point USA school board watch list. And we saw very early on, we weren't the only ones and credit to Tucker Carlson and so many other people, school board school board school boards, front lines, for the fight for liberty. Always peaceful, obviously, always being very respectful of the laws and the regulations, but you better believe you're going to complain. You're going to make some noise. You're going to use protected the First Amendment protected rights you have given to you by God not by government. To speak your voice to speak

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If Americans Knew How Many Children Died From COVID, There Would Be a Vaccine Mandate Revolt

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:38 min | Last month

If Americans Knew How Many Children Died From COVID, There Would Be a Vaccine Mandate Revolt

"Because if Americans knew how many children actually have died from COVID, there'd be a revolt over mandating vaccines for little kids. There'd be a complete revolt. You wanna know why? I looked this up. You can Google it. You can find it. How many kids have died of COVID? Don't you think that's a reasonable statistic to consider? Because after all, we live in a country with 73 million children. Lot of kids. 73 million kids. And tragically, as I discovered last night, from USA Today, so I don't think this is a publication that necessarily has a like minded ID of ideology to yours truly. About 50,000 children, tragically, sadly, under the age of 14, have died of all causes since the start of the pandemic. Okay? It's a sobering number. It reminds you of the fragility of life, it's tragic, it's heartbreaking, but it's apparently true. About 50,000 children under 14 have died of all causes since the start of the pandemic. Guess how many kids have died of COVID? According to USA Today, fewer than 7 hundred. In a country of 73 million children, fewer than 700 children have died of COVID-19 during the course of the pandemic according to the CDC. Every one of those deaths is tragic, every one of those losses of life is heartbreaking, but in terms of data, you're telling me that a virus that has taken the lives of literally a few hundred children in a country of 73 million in a country that saw the tragic loss of 50,000 lives of children under 14. You're going to tell me that we got a mandate of vaccine for a 5 year old?

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eBay Founder Is Financially Backing Facebook Whistleblower Frances Hauge

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:45 min | Last month

eBay Founder Is Financially Backing Facebook Whistleblower Frances Hauge

"That the Facebook whistleblower is funded by the billionaire founder of eBay. From PR to legal aid, so his name is Pierre, Oman diarr, a well-known critic of big tech, whose previous advocacy efforts have supported independent journalism and anti monopoly campaigns and employee activism. And he donated a $150,000 to whistleblower aid last year, the same nonprofit responsible for her legal representation. And notice what she's advocating for. She's not advocating for a breakup of tech, or how technology is making young people have serious health issues and destroying our capacity to communicate. No, what she's advocating for is a new government agency that will police speech. That will criminalize other ideas. And so the Facebook files continued to come out and the Facebook files are part, is she the one leaking them? I don't quite know. That's what's so strange about this. But a new a new one that we are involved in and I don't know, The Washington Post, for example, this article just posted by Sarah Ellison we've been knowing the story was going to come out for a while. Definite Facebook allowed conservative outlets to spread misinformation, and we're mentioned in this. Alongside prager university, diamond and silk, and basically what was happening is that Facebook employees were complaining to the CEO of Facebook, get rid of Charlie Kirk, get rid of prager you get rid of turning point USA because we don't like the ideas that they are spreading. And so then you take a step back, you've all this kind of happening at once. You have the selective leaks of these documents that are showing that the CEO, Zuckerberg and his team were not wanting to overly censor conservatives for misinformation, but that's like a false framing. We had our Facebook page demonetized. We've had our post suppressed. We've seen our engagement go down dramatically. So we've already experienced that. And so it's a complete false framing, and then you have this fake whistleblower come out and demand that Facebook is a company that needs more regulation. And then all of a sudden you see it all come together. Facebook realizes that they are seeing a trend a very quick trend where the winds of the nation are going to want to regulate them. And so Facebook is doing the thing that is in their best interest, not the best interest for the country, where they're saying, okay, we are going to then demand regulation that benefits

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:57 min | Last month

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"That was making people take to the streets in these numbers in July? I think it was an accumulative thing right now we are under a huge sanitary crisis. With a lot of shortage of food and medicine all over the country, people is literally dying because they don't have access to basic medicine or food and no good answers have been given by the administration. All of the country, one after the other, all the measures have only worse and the situation for instance. In the middle of the crisis, the government decided to reshape the financial structure and the currency. And that created huge inflation. In July, everybody, of course, we're all Agos with la pandemia. With coronavirus. And you're basically saying that intersected with this general increasing crackdown from the government. And that that's what pushed people to the streets. But a lot of this is really fascinating because a lot of the protests are happening and are being propelled by artists and critics. And I'm wondering, you're a curator, you're with artists. And I'm wondering if you can explain to the people who are listening to this what that actually looks like when you have a protest movement that is led in many ways by artists. Well, the 11th of July was completely a spontaneous. It is true that from the last three years, are these have been 11 Salah and at the front of all the protests made to the government. It began with the decreed three 49, which limited freedom of expression, especially among the artists and from there, the science syndrome movement was created. And small protesters and people started to gather around to send letters to try to store a dialog to try to change things more openly and then we had a 27 of November for the first time more than 500 people gathered on a public space in front of the ministry of culture. The expression of the arts in Cuba have also been super political. Just from the very beginning. So I think that's going to help people to understand that when you have this crackdown on the freedom of expression by the government. So what people would understand here the First Amendment, basically, it's the artist who are saying, what you can not control us. We have to be free to do whatever we want because art in Cuba is, I mean, it's always been very experimental, very forward thinking very progressive always breaking new ground and the artists were saying we can't accept this. Does that kind of explain that why the artists were so essential in leading the movement? Yes, and I think as part of the history too of the nation. If you see the independence war, there were of 1895, that was organized and led by Jose marti, a poet. And even in the first war of 1868, cesspit is, was also a poet. It's part of our DNA. If you even think in the students produce in the 30s and you have figures like Ruben Martinez division Ernesto Diego, it's always been there. It's part of our identity. The relationship between art poetry and civil rights. Coming up on Latino USA, we talk about Carolinas upbringing in Cuba while her parents were in exile, and how after a decade abroad she decided to return to the island in the middle of a global pandemic. Stay with us, notify us. Hey,.

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National School Boards Association Apology Is Too Little, Too Late

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | Last month

National School Boards Association Apology Is Too Little, Too Late

"The school board issue has now turned into the defining political issue. Of this year. The national school board association continues in their apology. Now, this is a very important thing. They're not apologizing because they regret what they said, they apologized with the political fallout that has resulted from it because they declared war on moms and dads across the country, asking the government to use the Patriot Act. And here's the most stunning thing that government agreed. Merrick Garland in front of the U.S. Congress, I don't even think he read the national school board association memorandum. We were mentioned in a turning point USA was mentioned in it because of our school board watch list. The national school board association continues with their Friday night apology, we're going to do better going forward. We're engaged in a formal review. Let me just stop. This is like vomit inducing consultant diversity equity inclusion. We're going to do better going forward. It's all like workshop. A formal review of our processes and procedures. Okay, so what was the review of how this came out? Was this some sort of 24 year old Brown educated double mask wearing non binary intern that was like, I'm going to ask the government to use the Patriot Act. Like, okay, that sounds a great idea. What was the process? We will announce specific improvements soon to ensure that there is improved coordination and consultation amongst our staff our board and our members across the country. The review will include not only the procedures or the proceedings leading to this letter, but also other related concerns raised by members, even before the letter was sent. We'll have more to share with you soon after our review continues. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. Thank you. They're not sorry. They're not sorry at all. They are in freefall. The national school board association got revealed as an organization that views moms and dads like Timothy McVeigh Eric Rudolph and the unabomber.

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Standup Comedy Barry Neal Interview    Headliner & Booking Agent  Show #88 - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:00 min | Last month

Standup Comedy Barry Neal Interview Headliner & Booking Agent Show #88 - burst 01

"I was not dating anybody in college about relationships. And i'm not gonna talk about politics. That wasn't in politics. So it's just what did i know. I knew sports nine new tv. Stoa figure start there. Will you know that's good advice for anybody listening. That wants to be a comic. You gotta talk about what you know and then have it something that everybody in the audience can relate to so talking about television. Really in sports are a good place to start so you started off in chicago. How did you end up over in europe. i played hockey On a traveling team in oh cool and then. My coach was originally played on the swedish olympic team. Way back when and We were pretty good traveling team and he thought we should take a group of all stars and represent laker the team. Usa and I was selected to be the gold one of the goalies on the team. And so i have my little team. Usa jersey and I got to play with a vicki. No hockey It was a thrill. Because i always played against him in chicago but now he was my was tony granato. Who's an all who is an all-star for the los angeles kings wow kings. Yeah no everyone in hockey knows that name. And that's amazing. Congratulations how cool and and again. I have known you a long time and had no idea. You had a hockey background. And how proud you must have been to represent america overseas if you know what it was kind of cool because it was a time where you read or at olympic the miracle on ice and toast to be over there and has the european crouching. Usa was just it was it was cool. It was something one of the highlights of my life along with having kids and being married but definitely gone over then representing the country was pretty cool. Okay

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Latino and latina representation in film and television is an age old conversation topic and despite some recent milestones. The numbers are still pretty disappointing. According to a recent study by the la times latinos and latinas are underrepresented across all aspects of television and film productions despite making up nearly twenty percent of the us population that dino's and latina's constitute only six percent of main cast members less than nine percent of writers seven percent of directors and six percent of senior executives. The presence of african and indigenous latinos in the industry is even smaller but statistics can only tell us so much how latino individuals and communities are portrayed. Onscreen is another part of the conversation. That's why today we're taking you behind the scenes with two award winning latino creators were breaking stereotypes about how our communities are depicted on television. Stephen canals and linda evatt charges. My name is steven canals. I am co-creator executive producer writer and director of the f. Extra series pose. The category is hosed centers. The black and latin queer and trans individuals who are part of the new york city. Underground ballroom community as they are navigating the difficulties of the hiv as and crack epidemic of the eighties and early nineties. Stephen was born and raised in the bronx to an afro. Puerto rican mother and an african american dad. He made history when posed premiered in twenty eighteen featuring the largest cast of transgender actors in tv history

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Hi my name. Is ada leeman. And i am a poet. I was born on a green couch on kargar road at home in cinema california and then was raised in glenallen sonoma. I loved growing up in california. I still think of it very much as my home. I think that one of the things that was really important about my upbringing was my connection with natural world and i think you can see that a lot in my own poems in the idea that the land and the trees and the birds and the creek across the street the calabasas creek all of that was as important to me as some of my human ancestors. It became such a part of my world and my making as an artist. My family influence me a great deal as a poet. My mother is a painter and My stepfather is a writer and both of them gave me a lot of permission to follow my dream and no-one dismissed my wanting to write poems. And then my stepmother and my father were also very supportive and My father was an educator and my stepmother at the time was a speech pathologist so language was key in that household. I remember writing songs and reciting poems that i wrote for my labrador dusty and running through the little alleyways and and reading poems to to my dog at quite a young age

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"The dominican republic has one of the harshest anti-abortion laws in the americas. Abortion isn't allowed. Under any circumstances only five other countries in the continent have such harsh restrictions on ending a pregnancy legally. That's haiti on dudas. Nicaragua jamaica and el salvador today. I'm joined by amanda. She's a dominican journalist and our former digital media at her here at let the usa. She's gonna tell us more about what's happening in her home country where she's based right now and what's going on in the fight for women's reproductive rights on the island. Hey amanda welcome to let him. Usa alumnia thank you for having me today. So amanda you've been following the protests that have been happening in the dominican republic since march and that's when women's rights activist set up an encampment in the capital in santo. Domingo more recently there was a national march where a lot of people in the protests. Were chanting something pretty particular. They were saying less. Today's cows silas which can basically be translated into the three grounds or the three circumstances. So that's a less three scou- sally's i mean it's like it's it doesn't roll right off of your tongue. I'm trying to think of ever used the word. Gauss silas anywhere in my life in spanish. And i'm like. I don't think i've ever used that word. So kisses to the last three days. Cow sally's yes. So the silence. Which was a word that i've personally gotten very used to saying because i've been in the middle of these protests They're basically three circumstances under which women would be allowed to have an abortion and these are considered sort of the basic circumstances right. So it's when there has been a case of rape or incest when the fetus non non-viable and when the health of the woman is at risk

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"For over forty years. Richard thing is had a successful career as a motivational speaker. I realized that as much as i wanted to fit in. I was never credit fitted. I was granted to stand out. That's why a lotta young people your whole life. You felt like. I don't feed in because you're not supposed to is supposed to stand out as vice president of multicultural sales and community promotions. At pepsico. he'd been called the godfather of hispanic brandon and was considered one of the most influential latinos in corporate america. His rags to riches story was truly the stuff of legends. He's one of ten children or into mexican field workers in wa steve. A town in southwestern california were italian and mexican immigrants ones all shared the same ocupation. Picking grapes richard began working as a janitor at frito lay in nineteen seventy six when he was just eighteen years old eventually. He climbed the ranks to being a top executive at the fortune. Five hundred company. He says his happened after he presented an idea to his superiors. It was pitched that he says would later be turned into the trademark flaming. Hot cheetos line. This spicy injured. Red snacks are today. One of frito lay's top celine flavors fairness. What if. I put chili on cheeto. So i went to work. You know i'm actually made up my own seasoning and all that and put it on a on season cheeto. My wife took some to work. I took some to work. Everybody fell in love with it. All of this was an american dream like story that most people knew and loved up until very recently in may of this year the times published a story under the headline the man who didn't invent flaming hot cheetos. In a five thousand plus word investigation. Business reporter sam. Dean revealed severe inconsistencies. In the timeline of richard. Storytelling

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Today for a how i made it. Series fluke sues photo a group of ecuador photo journalists telling their own stories in october two thousand nineteen ecuador went through a violent large scale. Uprising demonstrations paralyzed the country for twelve days straight. After former president lenin moreno cut decades old fuel. Subsidies and implemented tax labor reforms indigenous communities were hit especially hard by the changes. Tens of thousands marched from the andes mountains into ecuador's capital city hito to protest the motive demos at keep barrett defended lose their ages. Calicut meant that. The of competitors indiana's alachua protesters declared. They were defending their rights. As indigenous people from ecuador for decades indigenous communities have demanded the government support to protect their land from exploitation by domestic oil companies and to be included in national political dialogues during the twenty nineteen demonstrations ghetto streets were covered in debris and government buildings burned. Police threw molotov cocktails and tear gas at protesters who lobbed them right back amid the turmoil. One photograph from the ground became instantly iconic in it. A woman from the andes dressed in a traditional garment and face mask stands in the middle of a street with her back towards a cloud of smoke. People stand behind her wearing face masks to prevent breathing in the gases.

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

06:28 min | 11 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"This week. President joe biden was inaugurated as the forty-six president of the united states high on his legislative agenda our promises to reform the country's immigration system and to attempt to undo donald trump's most controversial policies. One of those policies is the migrant protection protocols known as mpp or the remain in mexico policy under the program established in january of two thousand nineteen nearly sixty eight thousand asylum seekers have been ordered to wait in mexico as their asylum. Cases make their way through the us system. The weight can often take years now and it can often be deadly in fact. That's what i witnessed last year. When latino usa visited what is in mexico's northern border and later on by chula play on the southern border with what they ma. I was there to meet with asylum seekers who were living in shelters and in parks on the streets and with mexican government officials who denied working with the united states on immigration policy even when we were witnessing taking place right in front of our eyes obvious. Personas or younger is on the atari camels in this mid-quarter does theocro will see ten people today number. Nineteen thousand four hundred and twenty eight mexican official calls this out to a large room. Does the person holding the number approaches the official to say that they're here. What those interested in you know what of those interested in a mexican officials won't admit on the record that they're managing the list. They know that working with the us on this would be controversial in our two part series. The moving border we broke down the ways that mexico had become integral in trump's plan to build the border wall. Even if the actual border wall was a paper one built on seemingly impenetrable policies the asylum seekers met in mexico shared heroin stories of crime and abuse and vulnerability and desperation both at the hands of criminals and the police and authorities while waiting in border towns and all of this coupled with the fear of being deported by the country that was supposed to be offering them protection after mexico boasted about its highest number ever of deportations in two thousand nineteen a group of mexican researchers and migrant advocates set out to document just how extensive involvement has been between the united states and mexico and how this collaborative effort allows policies like the remain in mexico program to flourish. Their research is published in a new report titled in la boca the logo in the mouth of the wolf and it was released last month. Our guest today join us from mexico. City there alesia manga. Who's a human rights investigator at the foundation for justice and the democratic state of law and gretchen. Kunar who's director of the institute for women in migration and welcome alycia and gretchen to let new usa. Thank you so much maria. So the both of you were part of a group of mexican. Researchers that led an investigation into the lasting effects of this so-called remain in mexico program which essentially forces asylum seekers to wait in mexico even though they're actually seeking asylum in the united states. Why was it so important for you to look into this issue right now where maria day. Us mexico have been pushing migrant policies against the mosque wallner rabble people in our region people who are running for danger that they face in their home countries people who are seeking for international protection so they can stay alive in this report we command how the us mexico join decleration and a migration agreement as well as the remaining mexico program are happy. Human effects in terms of human rights violations against asylum-seekers sewn up these seats on states have been recognized as the most violent places mexico. Like komo leap as places where the us department does not recommend. Americans see the sense basis in district board. We document cases off violence in serious crimes against a people such as more dirt kidnapping disappearance and multiple forms of gender violence. The mexican government had promised a temporary permission for people to remain mexico as well as the rights to jobs health and indications while date await the outcomes of their asylum process but has not fulfilled these commitments so literally. They are in the most off the wall. What kind of danger are we talking about when we're talking about these refugees being level level. So we've had case says you know people who are in mpp and <hes>. Many of the cases that we've represented the people have been kidnapped <hes>. We had a young girl who was sexually assaulted and some people have even been murdered. The title of the document comes from a direct quote from one of the asylum-seekers that we interviewed. And i think that he was talking about the situation at that time. In where people were being sent back and literally from immigration offices in mexico they were being sent to a bus station and the kidnappers. Were there waiting for them. And what happens is that people are taken to <hes>. Homes in remote places and then their family members in the united states are contacted and so we started collecting. Some videos and audio tapes of the families would take any of the kidnappers talking to them and telling where to send the money.

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Eddie? Lurk ? Tech's says is a small city just north of the US Mexico border. . This CD seats on the outskirts of mcallen, , the Rio Grande Valley, , and the land of here is wide and flat. . Except over and sugarcane season and the fields full of workers. . Among the farm fields in new housing developments, , seats Edinburgh High School. . It's a sprawling campus of two thousand, , five, , hundred students. . A. . An inside the. . In a conference room with no Windows Group of eight young people gather around folding tables. . Everyone here has one thing in common while other kids to spend their summer vacations going to come or at the community pool these students migrated north to working every cultural fields. . <hes> who wants to go for a few and they are all members or former members of the migrant student club at Edinburgh. . High. . They gathered today to share their stories. . My Name is David and I'm seventeen right now on voter turn eighteen on Sunday. . Thank you. . David, , is a smile young men with shaved hair in the sites and he tells the room his honor working in. . Michigan's Blueberry and Strawberry Fields, , WACO four, , five, , six in the morning and okay let's go make yourself a tackle because that's all the time that we have for, , and so we would go out and it's long and it's hard I mean to stick your hand inside the bushes you'd have to wear long sleeve. . long-sleeve because you rip your shirt, , rip your skin. . You know he says, , he thought he was pretty quick worker until he met other migrant workers I thought I was really fast I was like you know what like I'm a young guy I'm going to be able to be like really really fast this you know like these guys got nothing on me. . I'd finish one bucket and the next me finish all six. . Right. . Next to David is Leslie and she's a former student. . My parents have been migrant workers on my life. . I was two months old when they first started migrating. . Iowa she actually graduated in two thousand and seeks and went on to become a nurse. . But she talks about how going to classes a migrant farm worker was a struggle. . Especially switching between her school in Texas and her school in Iowa I felt. . So out of place because I these weren't my friends, , it wasn't the people I was used to. . Me and everybody looked at me like what are you doing here? ? You don't belong with us. . It's hard. . It's very difficult to go back and forth you can't take the same classes you're never with the same people. . That was hard. . But I'm on a young men in red t shirt is on the other side of the table he chimes the in. . One of. . The younger ones there. . This is my mother. . Many of the students or former students came here today with her mothers. . They wanted to give us a full picture of what being in a migrant worker family is like and we've been going to work for a good while like a family tradition. . Once you turn thirteen, , my grandfather would take you and warm weather will join us and they would take us up and we'd go. . Work in Minnesota North Dakota but since I was a little bit on the short side, , I had to wait until I was thirteen, , and then when I was thirteen, , then I was able to join them. . He still remembers his bare you first year starting out in Fargo North. . Dakota, , when he realized the farmer dealing use pesticides and I thought that was cool until I realized that that meant like all the weeds and all the. . Everything that didn't belong there. . We had to take out by ourselves. . So. . That was a tough year to have as the first year because that year alone. . The farmers like all of the weeds must go and since I was really new either didn't know what was weed or what was

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"usa" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"usa" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"From podcast wine coming up in this episode of target USA the Russians have been intruding into our social space in space and on the seas and the territory of Finland and Alaska Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett the head of US Space Command with a message for Russia especially as it relates to US set alight S- we need to deter people from taking hostile action against us but if deterrence doesn't work we need to be able to defend what we've got warnings coming as the US prepares for grand re-entry into space. We're going to be for the first time in almost a decade launching Human American human astronauts from American soil on an American rocket with an American capsule came from Cape Canaveral to space the details. Coming up on this episode of target. Usa He national security podcast from WTO in Washington. Dc THIS IS TARGET USA. Russia. Could render huge arm to this country. North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States dangerous terrorist. Dc is repeatedly mentioned someplace they would like to see an attack cyber criminal successful America as a target on. Its back and on this program. We investigate the threats. The people behind them the agencies fighting them and the impact on you. This is target. Usa The national security podcast for years Russia's been taunting the US in the air on Land On the Sea in cyberspace and now in space. But there's a new day coming. The Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett sat down with target USA and outlined. Exactly what they're going to do to deal with that problem and it's all happening at the same time the. Us prepares for a grand re entry into space for the first time in many years you astronauts are going to blast off aboard a US rocket in the US indisp-. We sat down with Barrett at her office at the Pentagon to discuss all the exciting new developments thanks. Jj No it is a very special time. It's an extraordinary time in American history and in a in aviation as an industry And as a domain aviation and space so coming into the air force the Department of the Air Force which is the air force plus the space force equal the Department of the Air Force We've got four key priorities. We've got a modernize the The force we've got to bring up to date the equipment and methods the doctrine we've got to modernize what we have standing up. The Space Force is the second key priority. How can you Do anything more important than the creation of a new service and and the reality is that the beginning as I think. Socrates or said the beginning is the most important part. We've got to get it right. From the beginning course corrections or difficult we will be able to do modest course corrections. But we've got to get it right from the beginning. So standing up space forces the second priority behind modernization. And the third and fourth would be predictable. They are both involving people. One is The people within the this service that the services this Air Force Space Force. It's taking good care of the men and women who are serving in our air and space forces and their families being a great place to work having the air force and the Space Force be places that people are proud to work and they know that they are making a big difference in the world and the fourth is also a people thing. But it's a different kind of people thing it's allies and partners America's big and strong and powerful and great in so many ways but if it's the world against us we lose we have to work with partners and we are. We are privileged to have great partners around the world so our priorities modernized force. Build a space force. Be a great place to work and work with our allies and partners around the world so modernization. What needs to be modern. Oh Wow everything. We've got on the air. Breathing side are fighters bombers are rockets. Our missiles Everything y'all technology doesn't wait. It takes us a long time to buy things it so while we're waiting and working to buy new things. The technology is moving along very quickly. So by the time we buy it in many instances. There's a new generation that we're already behind on. So and the adversary may not have the kinds of Act ACQUISITIONS RESTRAINTS. That we have so So modernization of our processes modernisation of our facilities modernization of our equipment on the space side. Even more you know maybe we'll talk more about the global positioning system. Gps people depend upon that every day. We built a space system space system upon which everybody depends. We built it at a time when we thought that space was a benign environment when we didn't think that there would be hostels hostile action against our equipment. My predecessor secretary. Heather Wilson use the an analogy. That I think is good. She said we built a glass house. When we didn't think about stones or we didn't know there would be stones out there so we've got a modernized. This system upon which we depend and many of the satellites have outlived their designed life already and we need to build. We need to protect the ones. We've got we've got to build more resilient and defensible. Gps satellites and we need to deter people from hostile action against us that. If deterrence doesn't work we need to be able to defend what we've got. I know that Russia has been taking some very aggressive activities in space specifically as it relates to satellites I know that Space for stood up in November and December. I do know that there were some satellites that were launched and then shortly after that there was some shadowing so there was some shadowing of these satellites kind of hostile activity by the Russians And that seems to have taken the aggressive activities that they've been engaging in out off the coast of Alaska into space and I assume that that's part of what you mean when you talk about being able to do what you need to do in space to protect the assets. Absolutely you're exactly right. Not only do we need to be able to defy. We need to be able to define what hostile action is. We don't have rules of the road in space so if you're driving down the highway there's yellow line between you and the other side and a tractor trailers coming down on your side of the highway. We've got rules of the road. He's in the wrong. If drive if you have to go off the road to avoid them it's his. He is in error. We don't yet have defined rules of the road in space in the Military World. That'd be called doctrine. We need to know what the rules of. The road are what we can do what they can do. And what how closest to close if somebody enters the same orbit worrying how closest to close on the underground on the ground. Civilization societies have personal distance in the United States. If you get too close it pre coverted especially there's a distance that is an acceptable social distance and in different societies in Japan White. Gloved people push you into the subway. Car that there's closer is acceptable. We have a cer- certain social distance. The British have a different social distance in space. There would be a certain distance that you would keep unless you're up to something unless you're taunting and in in the Russians have been intruding into our social space in space and on the seas and over the fly over the territory of Finland and Alaska and And so we are having to get new doctrine to figure out what is acceptable and to have their very clear lines that tell them when they're beyond social acceptable so just one quick follow then on that is the doctrine part The discovery of what it is the definition the defining of it and then the actual practical application of it is that something that is That can be done in a fairly short period of time. Or is that a long term thing Developing that kind of of course as you would anticipate there are two steps one would be to develop it to think it through design it work with experts work the diverse parties to determine an indifferent orbits and in different missions what What would be appropriate doctrine? The second is to work with other spacefaring nations to determine whether yeah as is the case with cultures and social distance. What would we be able to have a unity around For for implementation. How WOULD YOU DESCRIBE? Just how important the? Gps situation is right now. What kind of threat? It might be under. Jj I think people don't understand how completely dependent we are on space. I said before your First Cup of coffee in the morning. Almost everybody has used space. What do you do in the morning? You turn on the lights. Electricity depend upon space. You take a shower. The water in many instances dependent upon space. You took to take a look at stock reports weather reports. The news reports most of those are dependent upon space. It may get in your car and use a electronic map. People don't know how to fold or how to handle a paper map anymore. Most are dependent upon space. Traffic is dependent upon space. Your ATM's are dependent upon space. You can't use your your credit card at the gas pumps except through. Gps systems. So Americans are dependent upon space the farmers in the Monitor. Their fields dependent upon space is is the drought causing the crops. To whither much of that is determined by measurements that are taken from space our navigation our information our communications. All of those are space reliant. Today our air traffic controllers our defecation on the high seas. All of that is space dependent. It's ubiquitous it's everywhere but it's invisible so people don't realize it and that is really what it is snuck up on us. You know I would say that when you think about in the history.

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Target USA Podcast by WTOP

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"I don't know, you know, and a revulsion I think to tear about what's going on in the country. But if it hadn't been for those last in amid term elections, I think I would continue to speak in that way. But to see that many women of color and women together, it really really made a shift for me in some level to have those congresswoman now, I look at them. He's young women of color feminists. They have never separated the issues of her. And the only way I've ever really believed in feminism is a has to be it has to be absolutely multi issued at every level. My just wanted to go girl. You know, it's like, I absolutely know that the leadership of women of color is everything. In has to happen on all stages. So I'm very. How I'm just emboldened by their own boldness. So these days Cherie when you communicate with your mom from the other side. What is she telling you would is the voice that you hear from your mom now in your head in your heart. What is she saying to you? You're gonna make me cry. Now, there's just finance had the dream to see other day. And I was just waking up, and I've, oh, my mother decided my bed, but it was weird because she was at the side of my bed, but her, but I felt her hand on top of my hand, my hand was on my stomach, and I felt her hand and my hand, and then I put my hand over hers, and I could feel her hand hands had a lot of rightous shit crooked hands very muscular hands too hard working like feel like a read everything about her in that hand, the feeling is that because of the book coming out to of course, you know. You know may may Paloma via. So, you know, it's like, I worry, and it's it's you is want to make sure that you've done the right thing. And I felt utter utter approval. From her other utter support, you know like multiply coup, piss me Polian. It was really good. It's all right. It's all right. Everything's gonna be all right. And that was a beautiful dream. I felt really lucky to get it, you know, that kind of sign, and I feel very lucky that you shared it with all of us, SRI Moraga. Thank you for all of your work. And for your memoir, we really appreciate it. Think of it. He is beautiful to talk to always. And thank you for your work. Sri Moraga is a feminist thinker and writer her latest book is titled native country of the heart a memoir, it's out April. Second. This episode was produced by Sophia car and Lucas other and edited by Marlin Bishop let new USA team includes the CS and said he'll.

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"From NPR and do media group. It's Latino USA. I'm marina Horsa. The Ginza near is a beloved rite of passage that many let the girl celebrate when they turned fifteen and it often involves big dresses. I would like Mexican traditional dress. It has gold, and I really liked like the texture, and I feel like it brings out like my personality. The celebration hasn't always been welcomed in the US. There is literally public conversations in local newspapers and Catholic media, and as well in church bulletins addressing why yet it was a waste of money. But no matter people's opinions Ganesha's generally produced some memorable parties. Vanity? It's all about the gains Nita. Then for the next hour. We're going to take you deep inside the world of Kinton yet us if you're listening right now in thinking, gene, say geen, take K, well Akinsanya is a right of passage for girls in most Latin American countries who are turning fifteen and it's also now very common among Latinas right here in the United States who are also celebrating turning fifteen now Kenyatta is not just any celebration. Not just any birthday. This is often kind of pull out all the stops party. With a lot of big hair. A lot of big dresses a lot of glitz and the whole family gets involved. Our producer said he though spent over a year following one Qiantang yada Haley, Alexis in California as they plan for the big day that I did. But before we get to Haley in her party, which I hope you are pumped for because it was awesome. You and I may yet wanted to know more about the keen. Industry, and yes, it's an industry, they even have Expos. And so we went to one a bridal and keen set expo in Queens, New York. It was held at the baseball stadium Citi field the home of the Mets, what's your name, whether Lupe and holder, you went twelve you're twelve and hold are you there was a line to get into the venue as if it was a rock concert or something and we were surrounded by teens and preteens who were excited to see the dresses. What do you think they're gonna look like and again elegant? What kind of dress? Do you wanna see today? Clincal features a puffy dress. What is it have to be puffy? What's the puffy about it? I dunno makes it like where noticeable but upon entering the building it became pretty clear that the most excited person at the expo was me. Already this much. Fashioned Shiva mak- get down. There was a DJ years just jockey over here. This jogging. Live dance performances. And so much cheese. An ice sculpture. And then there was even this crazy things flash woman known as a strolling table. Okay. So the point of dress. Pretty sure is that when she's at the party, she walks around and people can grab champagne glasses off her dress while she walks now, the people still are dancing on stage. Clearly, I was having the time of my life money, though, was less than do st-. Why you not excited this exciting thing we've ever done? No, actually. We've done other things that are exciting exceed the I'm sorry. This is the post. You're going to ruin my segment money. If you don't pump the energy way so excited because this is like a dream like all the women like sparkly close Bill in themselves. All you could ask for. I mean, it is exciting. It is like if I was coming to plan making say, I think I would be I in out of, you know, everything is it's exciting. Do you believe her? Yeah. Me. Neither many has hesitated to fully embrace. The continued a tradition is not uncommon. It's a feeling a lot of people share. And that's because Kenya is a controversial right of passage. It's come under a lot of criticism and scrutiny over time. But how did this rite of passage turn party become a thing? What are the origins of Kingston, yada? I do some research, and I kept finding conflicting accounts. It wasn't ancient asked. I tradition. It was ancient mind tradition. It was an ancient European one. That was then changed when it got to the Americas. It was all very confusing. Soy turn to professor Karen Mary at the universe. Ity of Minnesota. And the guy knowing that's studies department..

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Latino USA

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Tell me to say every morning taste can be great day. I can't I will. Today's a great day again. And I did. My father was always very motivational growing up and to me. It's so interesting because as such an empowering such an uplifting self-motivated man, a self educated man, neither of my parents, graduated from college, and they really raised three successful women. He got into an accident when I was fifteen years old, and he had a parasite in the left side of his brain. And he had seizures in his car. He drove off the road into a golf course. The jaws of life were needed to take him out of it. We thought we were going to lose my father, and what ended up being a horrific accident turned into probably one of the greatest blessings because my father's motivation, kicked into high gear. My father's self improvement self-help kicked into like super high gear where he would whisper to me at night. You can be anything. You wanna be an I'd wake up and. I'd be like dad, what are you doing? Why are you doing any big on talking to yourself conscious? Go back to. Yes. Swear to God. That is not a lie that happened to me on lane by your bits. I being yet. You can be. Oh, dude. I love this. You just gotta talk to your kids while they're sleeping and creep amount. It's totally going to work. Coming up on let the USA Gina talks about why she's decided to pull away from social media and her starring role in the new action movie Misbah stay with us nothing. Yes..

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"So at one time you were asked about the bullying and the violence new said, quote, I guess at seventeen it was hard for me to see that the person I was really fighting was myself. I chose violence to be the tool of deconstructing other people's issues, and it led to creating more issues to myself. So every time someone thought just because he's smart. He's soft. I reminded them every day that I would hurt them in some way. Like, everything about me was structured to fight with people to be honest awhile. I imagined that I liked that at the time really inside of me. I didn't like that. It wasn't something that I enjoyed. It was something that I saw as an assess ity it's touch and go it's not like I was just a purely wicked kid. So the rage actually lands. You in prison is it imprison where you basically decide that. That's where you want to move into rap or how is it that you decide rap is the place where you're gonna find your expression. I think one of the things of about prison. Isn't that a decided to make me choose rap career? I chose rap in prison as a form of meditation as a form of finding peace. I was thrown in the whole one time for people who don't know what that is that solitary confinement where you basically live in an existing very dark space native American captaining judge he came by mysel-, and he shoved the piece of paper and like a half broken pencil in the Sal. And he was like, yo man don't go crazy in there. And I really man, you know, there's a person out there who I oh, you know, what I mean to pay their rent is definitely judge because man that piece of paper was covered with so many, right? It looked like like, I only had one piece of paper to write on. So it was like I wrote on all the lines that I wrote on the size, and I wrote undersides I wrote on the back. I wrote on the outside lines. This thing was like the holy grail awash. Get full grants. Rich kids cost freight painted on St. set into subway. Coming up on new USA. We talk about immoral techniques. I Alba and the song that launched his career. Stay with us snow device. Traders everyone else, personal sports self. Ourselves..

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Latino USA

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Marlin Bishop fidelity and Sophia buddies IKEA with additional editing by Alison macadam. Our engineers are stuffing the boat and Julia for Russo R production manager is not that he puts our theme music was composed by saying it will be knows if you like the music that you heard on this episode. Be sure you stop by USA dot org and check out our weekly Spotify playlist and one more thing for you podcast listeners out there if you could go to apple podcasts and take a moment to rate and review new USA. This really helps other listeners to find us, and we love reading your comments. I'm your host and executive producer money ain't a horse. Join us again next time. And in the meantime, look for us on all of your social media Estella Sima Joe. Let's he no USA is made possible in part by wine coat foundation. And the Ford Foundation working with visionaries on the frontlines of social change, worldwide and California endowment building strong state by improving the health of all Californians. Pulsa and next time on that new USA legendary afro Peruvian American hip, hop artist in mortal technique, he's known for his political and controversial music. He talks to me about his life growing up in Harlem, and where it all stems from. That's next time on the USA. Starshine shepherd thought she knew her dad, but then one day a stranger call their home fun is in my ear. And he's saying your father's did, you know that the story of a fallen hero. And a mysterious obsession that drove him for decades this week on hidden brain.

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Welcome to let the USA Stephanie be at threes, and Melissa who made all thank you here. So I heard this story about your audition for Brooklyn nine nine, and you don't know this. But you know, I actually dreamt of being an actor one day myself. And so, you know, the whole thing about dishing like I know a little bit about that. And I hear that. There was a story about like each of you kind of going into the audition room and what happened. So what happened originally we actually destroyed for the same role? Amy, Santiago was written as a Latina character. So we both went in at different times. I never met Melissa before we book the show. But at different times, we went into Allison Jones office who's the catching richer original casting for our show. So yeah, we both read for the same role originally the role that you were reading for. They said, okay. Basically, this is like a good girl letty. Who's a little bit of a Brown, noser terribly insecure? And you know, is just a big pleaser that was the role that you were both reading for. No, it was originally. It was just she's a detective she's kind of the foil to Jake to Andy's Hamburg's character. And actually, she was originally just like very capable very confident like kind of all the parts of Amy that you see still now on the show and she's doing like the cop stuff it was mostly that. And she became a bit more developed all the nerdy and social anxiety stuff kinda came in. There was such a nice way of saying that that was I was I was quite terrible about that. I just said that she was a bit of a of a good girl and wanting to be brownnoser in like she's dealing with anxiety. So thank you. Really fall in love with your character all the parts of them. Well, and I, you know, I don't know if this is actually true because I've never asked Dan gore about it. But I myself was so nervous and like high energy when we were her the pilot and everyday changes on the script would come out and Amy would get a little more nervous and some of the brown-nosing withhold came out. And I was like oh my God. Are they picking up that I'm so every day and like making the character more me because they would have picked that up for Rosa two years. I was terrified the whole time. They are. But you hit it very well. The both of you go, and I guess actor says oh my God. Wait, it's not just one let the we can have to completely. Characters in one television show. Why I think I think that was you know, what ended up happening was that Alison sort of said, I don't think you're right for this role. But I'd like you to read this other role this written in the strip and Meghan Meghan was the way that Rosa's describing the pilot which is like smart, tough and scary as hell and then. Yeah. And then each of us had our respective screen tests, and they ended up changing the name of the character. And they changed ethnicity to and you're you're so lucky because you get to work with one of my I mean, of course, any Sandberg, of course, Saturday Night Live. You know, I'm yes. But but Andrea our oh my God. Everyone knew commanding officer captain Ray, hold. He's just such a great American actor with such heft. And he just kills it in that show by by not showing any emotion. Incredible..

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