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

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:45 min | 2 hrs ago

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

"Decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Tuesday morning over 29th. Welcome into WTO P sports time indeed, the 1215 rob's first midnight hit with us. The wizard's emphatically returned to the win column setting season highs and points scored and margin of victory in a one 42 27 blowout of the Minnesota Timberwolves that snaps a three game slide. Kristaps porzingis scored a career best 41 points to lead the effort, but Wes until junior says of a defense set forced 18 turnovers that led to 29 points. So when we fell into, honestly, but the hand activity are awareness, getting into guys and being a little bit more physical at the point of screens. We're trying to take things away when we could, but the fact that we were able to turn teams over and capitalize was really going into this game, a point of issue. So we were to capitalize on that tonight, which is a big positive. The T wolves lost Carl Anthony towns to a leg injury in the third quarter, Minnesota is optimistic is not serious. Virginia tech also enjoyed a double digit home win over Minnesota, beating the golden gophers 67 57. Since week 6, the Washington commander 6 and one record in plus 7 turnover ratio or the NFL's best, the defense has allowed the third fewest points and fourth fewest yards over that same span and Ron Rivera as a pretty straightforward approach to the rest of the season. The next step would be to score a few more points and not allow a few more points than instead of winning games by one score. Maybe you win a few more by two or three scores. I think that's the next evolution. Yeah, I'm looking at you, Taylor heinecke, that burgundy and gold offense, 9th worst in both scoring and passing yardage, and the other football, it's winner go home for Team USA in the World Cup, but draw or loss to Iran, Tuesday afternoon would eliminate the Americans, rob woodwork, WTO sports. All right, thanks, rob, as always, 1216 on WTO. Woman is under arrest this morning following a fire locally and land over hills over the weekend Sunday Night to be specific that investigators believe was in fact set. Two people were taken to the hospital with serious injuries after the fire at a multi-family home located on water avenue, 13 other residents were displaced. The unnamed woman who was arrested is charged with multiple counts of arson malicious burning and reckless endangerment this morning, this in connection with the fire, damage estimated at at least $100,000, the investigation said to be ongoing. Prince George's county student is under arrest, accused of bringing a gun to school, county police say a classmate saw the 16 year old student show it off the gun on the bus on the way to Frederick Douglas high on Monday morning, the gun was apparently unloaded but police say there was ammo in the students backpack. The child is being charged as an adult with multiple charges related to having a gun on school grounds. Coming up on double DT OP after traffic

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Gen. Don Bolduc (Ret.) Discusses New Hampshire Politics

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 1 d ago

Gen. Don Bolduc (Ret.) Discusses New Hampshire Politics

"The granite state general Don bulldog. Welcome back to America first. Well, hello, sir. How are you? And I hope you listen as well. Yeah, we're preparing for Thanksgiving. We're having debates as to which is the best pie I can't decide between apple pie and pecan pie, but we've got bigger issues to discuss today. So I love the granite state I spent every summer there and offered my winters as well. I'm so sad the old man of the mountain fell off the mountain above franconia, more than a decade ago, but will you help us understand because we still can't work out the fetterman success in Pennsylvania, pennsylvanians, what have you done? Can you tell us what happened to you and what the people of New Hampshire did? Well, I think basically what happened was, you know, $56 million spent by senator Hanson on lies. And the lives were targeted based off of abortion, social security and Medicare. I saw them doing that across the nation. Marilyn's 8 by ten, people getting them every day, you know, she did for every one of my commercials, she did 5. And the money playing out the lies, I think, had a lot to do with it. It's fear. It's uncertainty. It created that in the younger generation, created that amongst women in the elderly, and then the fact that the Democrats do very well here in New Hampshire by taking advantage of same day voter registration and mail in balloting.

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Fresh update on "usa" discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:02 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "usa" discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Let's see, how many calls I can get in here? Ann Arbor, Michigan, Mike, hello. Yeah, I think you have soccer teams should either forfeit or boycott that game tomorrow because of extenuating circumstances. What do you believe? Well, that's not what you called in a battle in about the Garden of Eden, so you have to talk to me about what you tell the screener because I take it based on. What I read here. So I know you had no well intentions, but I do have to make that rule. All right, Sarasota, Florida, and Fred hello. Dennis? Yeah. This is Fred and Sarasota. I know. You mentioned before that the left is based on lies. You forgot, hate. There's an article in USA Today sports about the New York Jets benching your quarterback who's a second year player from BYU. And there were a lot of comments on Twitter about this. And the hate the hate about this kid is 20 two year old kid is off the charts. People who are all over him. Why? Well, I don't know. He's supposed to be a savior for the jets. I don't understand. Why don't they sing against him? They're making all wisecracks about him putting on sexual pictures of girls and different things. Like I said, he's from BYU. Yeah, I don't know if that's related. It's interesting. You know, I'll end this the show today with this thought. The human urge for meaning is, as I've said, all of my adult life that I learned this from Viktor frankl. It's not new to me. People yearn for meaning. More than the yearn for anything else except food and shelter. Even more than for sex. Meaning is the most is the deepest yearning the human has. Many people fill it. With hatred of a group, it just isn't that odd that it just occurred to me now that it gives a lot of people meaning, it does. That's how I began the show while it began the second year with that. Well, I forget the first actor was the first hour. About the Holocaust denier that Kanye West brought to president Trump. I truly do believe I know it's a cliche, but I believe it literally. But the hottest place in hell is reserved for people like this Fuentes and the denial of Holocaust..

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Car Coach Reports' Lauren Fix Talks the Audi Diesel Truck Trial

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Car Coach Reports' Lauren Fix Talks the Audi Diesel Truck Trial

"Question we've only got a minute left. You got to follow her car coach reports dot com Lorraine fix lord and fix on Twitter. You sent me a story. I haven't even had a look at it. What is the disaster of the Audi diesel truck trial? Just give us give us a little tea so everybody can go and read your report. Okay, it's Anna website on YouTube called vin wiki, VI and wiki, and I've submitted 7 stories to him. I went down to his place in Atlanta. And we tell car stories and one of those was a very interesting accident. I had in the desert, we talk about how it was Oprah's automotive expert, whether you like her or not, it was really good for promoting my brand. And of course some racing while pregnant. So if you go to Ben wiki and you put my name in there, Lauren fix, you will find him a little bit different. All right,

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Fresh update on "usa" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:41 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "usa" discussed on Mark Levin

"A Rita Cosby show. What is he doing about guns in the inner city? I mean, what is he doing? Also about crime in particular in the inner city. And I'm talking about inner city of Chicago and her city of New York, think about all the major cities across this country where crime has sadly been rampant. He's not going in there and saying we want to clean up the inner city. He's barely ever talking about crime. Listen to the Rita Cosby show, weeknights and tens on radio's 77 WABC. 77 WABC news first at 59 past the hour. An update on the latest scores in the U.S. and Iran and tomorrow's World Cup. Here's Kevin Perez at the 77 WABC sports tax. Win and they are in bob, that's the scenario that the Americans are in for tomorrow when they play Iran in their final group of the group stage in the World Cup, a victory will push USA through to the playoff round anything less will result in elimination the game begins at 2 o'clock tomorrow with Wales and England playing simultaneously today, Brazil squeezed through Switzerland one nil, Ghana got the best of South Korea three to two, Serbia and Cameroon in a high scoring draw three to three

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'Car Coach' Lauren Fix on the Impact of a Potential Rail Strike

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 1 d ago

'Car Coach' Lauren Fix on the Impact of a Potential Rail Strike

"The car coach, Lauren fix. Welcome back to America first. Well, thanks for having me. Lots going on and I'm really, really excited. I was able to get you some safe breaks put on your vehicle. 'cause those drum brakes. Yeah, a little bit spongy. And when it's raining, not so exciting. So I've got disc brakes all round. There is my baby, there is my 66 Mustang. I've got the 2020 as one, a 2020 as well for the everyday stuff. And the new steering wheel, thank you for the recommendations and your contact. Last thing, and I'm not going to touch it, some period correct rims. And then maybe some AC, I might put some AC in because it gets a little hot and sticky here in the swamp. All right. Enough about me and my pony, although I do need people to go to my website and tell me a name. I need a name and not Sally. Okay, I'm not doing the stupid Mustang Sally. I need a female name, go to said gorka dot com and send me a little message that said gorka dot com. All right, you've been sending me some fascinating stuff. First things first, it's not cars. Right now he's allegedly negotiating. But what is the impact going to be if we have a rail strike Lauren in America? Oh, it's going to be huge. Now I know everyone's talking about what you're literally looking at billions of dollars of losses. Because everything goes cars get transported from the manufacturing plant. To the sub area where it then goes to your dealer. So that means good luck getting cars. We can't get them now. That means all the components, tires, metal, just think of everything that you need gets from point a to point B from the West Coast to the east coast, usually by rail, then it's transported to a diesel powered rig and then from there to the final destination in the last mile to your store or to wherever you're going. And that includes like Amazon packages, U.S. Postal Service, FedEx. That new planes, but they also use rail. And without rail, we're in a lot of trouble. And we've been using it for years, plus passengers, Amtrak, which is owned by the government as well. They can't seem to organize the postal service or Amtrak. But the fact is without diesel and there's a shortage of diesel and without the railroad system we have a supply chain that nightmare.

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Fresh update on "usa" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

00:34 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "usa" discussed on ESPN FC

"Group people. We'll talk about England against Wales in a moment, but let's refocus on the U.S. taking on Iran. The next Nunes is somewhere special ahead of the game that we'll see take place on Tuesday. Where are you, Alexis? Yeah, dad. Well, I know it looks like I'm in a club, but I promise you, I'm not in a club. I'm actually in a hotel, but the music is super loud. The lights are flashing because this is U.S. soccer's official match day minus one party. They've been having these nights before the USA plays in this World Cup and this one definitely had the best turnout so far because everybody knows that it's a big match that's kicking off pretty much in a couple of hours because it's a wee hours of the morning now here in Doha USA up against Iran. Everybody wondering what Iran they can't expect, but we saw the American outlaws. They were here and throughout the Portugal game. They were practicing their new chance. They have four new songs they've told me that they're planning to debut tomorrow because they know this is a do or die situation for the USA got to speak to a lot of them, including one that looks a lot like Ted Lasso and I think that they would have a bit more nerves going into this match, but they actually said they're quite confident. They're feeling Boyd after that match with England. They felt that they took that draw more like a win they saw lots of positive signs. So they feel like the Iran game is one of their more manageable ones. Now, we never know what Iran is going to show up, but for the most part, the USA funds, they bought one way tickets. They believe the U.S. can go far. You know they love to sing. We believe that we can win. And tonight was no difference. They're still dancing behind me. There's probably going to be a couple of sore heads in the morning, but luckily it's a late kick-off here in Doha. And for the most part, they're massively confident that they can take care of business tonight. Alexis, who do they think is going to be the man who's got the eye of the Tiger? Do you know what? There are a lot of shirts here with Gio rayna on the back and people are absolutely furious that they've not seen enough of him. Everyone wants Greg berhalter to bring him on. They don't exactly know where or when, but they want him to be there. And they believe that he is their golden man. I thought that everyone would be talking more about Christian Pulisic, but it's true, it's not that everybody wants to see and just have him let loose when he plays Iran. Alex tastes like you very much, will they be partying in the USA tomorrow? See how I did that? That was cute. Really? No. It was hilarious. Football Americas are we live, of course, that

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Lord Conrad Black and Sebastian Discuss Former Press Sec. Jen Psaki

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 1 d ago

Lord Conrad Black and Sebastian Discuss Former Press Sec. Jen Psaki

"You mentioned, I played you a cut from the current White House, press secretary. She was very, very angry today as Fauci gave his last speech from the podium before he retires. You said, who do you prefer more Jen Psaki or the current incumbent? Well, Jen Psaki was more competent. I mean, this was competent, frankly. But I find her rather an amiable personality where I found Jen Psaki really rather obnoxious. Well, let's talk about Kayleigh McEnany, which is the champion. I thought I thought she was great. Let's talk about the predecessor. Let's talk about Jen Psaki because she's in the news. This is from Fox News dot com. Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday that there wasn't a lot Democrats could have done to change the inflation reality. A federal judge ruled Monday that the former White House press secretary must comply with the subpoena and offer a deposition in a lawsuit that claims the Biden administration colluded with big tech to sense a speech. Now, her response and I must read it to you. This is directly from Jen Psaki to the judge, lord black. Sitting for a deposition would be extremely burdensome for me. I understand that I would need to devote several days to preparing for the deposition, as well as attending the deposition itself. And that would be highly disruptive to both my work and my family. My response on social media or black is, well, that's a great excuse that president Trump can use now that there's a special counsel coming off to him. Your response. That's just nonsense. But self indulgence self serving pompous statements. I mean, she knew when she was took that job on that there was going to be a good deal of controversy because her party. And so addicted to stirring up spurious litigation against its opponents, she might reasonably assume that some of it would come back at them. And as press secretary, she might have to testify and give evidence. And the president current president did her the honor of conferring that important position on her. And she had to know that something like that went with the therapy. So what did she talking about? I

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

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:16 min | 8 hrs ago

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

"The wizards will not have on the floor when they face Minnesota. The Timberwolves are led by the one two punch of Anthony Edwards and Carl Anthony towns who each average more than 20 points per game 7 o'clock start on 1500 a.m. NFL commanders after their third straight win find themselves holding the third wild card spot in the NFC head coach Ron Rivera tries to explain the turnaround. It's probably just a residual of having gone through some of these guys being here a couple of years going through OTA mini camp training camp. You know, and just kind of coming together, working with each other, playing with each other, just kind of the lightbulb going off. You know, a number of things like that. Burgundy and gold will find out if they're pretenders or contenders over the next three weeks when they face the New York Giants twice. Monday Night Football is Pittsburgh playing Indianapolis. The Steelers are a two and a half point underdog men's college basketball Houston is number one in the newest writers rankings, Virginia, is third Maryland number 22 Virginia tech also receiving votes Big Ten ACC challenge underway tonight with the hokeys taking on Minnesota at 7 women's rankings, Virginia tech, still unbeaten up tonight this week, Maryland slips to 20th. World Cup soccer, Portugal, Brazil, and Ghana post victories, Cameroon, and Serbia Thai Team USA takes on Iran tomorrow afternoon at two Team USA needs a victory to advance to the round of 16. Dave Preston, WTO sports. All right, Dave, thanks. A top stories we're following for you right now on WTO P, one of the two people injured in last night's dramatic plane crashing Gaithersburg is out of the hospital, the small plane flew into power lines and dangled there, trapping the pilot and a passenger for 7 hours. The man charged with shooting up a buffalo supermarket back in May as pleaded guilty to ten counts of first degree murder. The 19 year old also pleaded guilty to terrorism as a hate crime, prosecutors claimed the avowed white supremacist targeted a brief dominantly black neighborhood. Congress is back at work today among the priorities, passing a critical government funding bill and setting priorities for the military. The democratic majority hopes to get it done before Republicans take control of the House. Stay with double DT op for more on these stories seem just minutes. Republicans in the Maryland state Senate have selected their new leadership. The Senate Republican caucus today chose senator Stephen Hershey as minority leader, Hershey has represented Maryland's district 36 on the upper eastern shore since 2013. He was the minority whip in the Senate from 2015 to 2020. Senator Justin ruddy from Carol county was reelected minority whip. The GOP lost two seats in the Maryland Senate this election, giving Democrats a 34 to 13 advantage up ahead in money news. 498 points. Chicken is cheaper. I'm Jeff label. 6 48. We've got traffic

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The Threat to Our Liberties Goes Beyond Government

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 1 d ago

The Threat to Our Liberties Goes Beyond Government

"There's one story that I found super interesting. And if you listen to our podcast or if you listen to kind of what we talk about at turning point USA, we have been repeating the theme that the threats to our freedoms and liberties, it's more than just what the government is doing. It's also what corporate America is doing in collusion with the federal government, regardless of your political views, we should all be able to agree back in the 2020 election it was wrong for the FBI, the Federal Bureau of Investigation to go to Facebook and demand that they censor the Hunter Biden laptop story saying that it was Russian disinformation. You might be the biggest Biden fan in the world here tonight, by the way. Welcome, and I got to ask you, how's that going? But welcome. Thank you for being here tonight. We appreciate that. But that's wrong. You should not be able to use the force of government or the threat of force of government to go to a private actor and be able to suppress stories that could impact an election. It's not sustainable. It's wrong. It'd be wrong if a conservative did it. It's wrong if a liberal does it. Now, one of the places where censorship has just reigned supreme over the last couple of years has been on Twitter. Now, I have a Twitter account still, thankfully, I'm one of the survivors, despite many people that anyone been banned on Twitter here, raise your hand. Okay, well, you might be liberated soon. We'll talk about that in just a second. So, but Twitter is not the biggest social media platform, but I think people misunderstand Twitter. Twitter is an incubator of elite opinion. So people that write columns, people that host podcasts, people that are on television, they go to Twitter to see what the smart kids are thinking to have consensus and then they put it kind of through their communication channels. So set differently, Twitter is not about the amount of people consuming information. It's who is consuming the information. Now, Twitter has by far maybe TikTok more so, but TikTok is pandering to a different generation. But that's a separate issue. Twitter has been the worst when it comes to speech of any private actor the last couple of years. For example, suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story, kicking people off for having heterodox opinions of where the virus came from, which by the way, the virus did come from the Wuhan institute of virology, not from some wet market where they set originally and you could get kicked off Twitter for saying that. Originally, which now actually is factual and true. And so Twitter has been a blunt force object of a censorship regime.

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Police: 6 people and assailant dead in Walmart shooting

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 d ago

Police: 6 people and assailant dead in Walmart shooting

"Another mass shooting in America, this one last night at a Walmart in Virginia where 7 people, including the shooter, are dead according to police. Police say the shooter went into the Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia around 10 p.m. and opened fire officer Leo Kaczynski says they're investigating that person's connection with the store. We're looking into the relationships and all that. He says, when police went into Walmart, they found the shooter dead along with the victims and the injured. It's sad, you know, we're a couple of days before the Thanksgiving holiday. I mean, anytime it's a set of it's just a bad time all around. You know, it just for everybody involved. Especially the victims. This is horrible. That audio courtesy wvc, there have been 40 mass killings in the U.S. so far this year, according to a database by the AP USA Today and northeastern university. I'm Julie Walker

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Bale salvages 1-1 draw for Wales against US in World Cup

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Bale salvages 1-1 draw for Wales against US in World Cup

"The United States allows a late goal and plays to a one one draw with Wales Tim we open the scoring for the U.S. and the 36 minute taking a through ball from Christian Pulisic and Tapping it in with the outside of his right foot The USA dominated the opening 45 minutes but Wales found life in the second half Gareth Bale drew a penalty from walker Zimmerman and scored the equalizer on a penalty kick in the 82nd minute Tim ream in Weston mckenney all received yellow cards as the United States settled for one point The U.S. next square is off with Group B leader in England on Friday I'm Denny Capp

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Sean Feucht Describes His Upcoming 'Kingdom to the Capitol' Tour

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | Last week

Sean Feucht Describes His Upcoming 'Kingdom to the Capitol' Tour

"Want to talk to my friend Sean Foyt, Sean, we love to kick off the day with a blond surfer dude wearing the let us worship T-shirt, sweatshirt. You are in California with your family. But I wanted to talk to you before we launch into everything with abdu Murray who really is amazing. You are doing something next year that when I heard about this, I said, this is exciting. And I want to get my audience excited about this. I hope that I can join you for a lot of this, but talk about what you call this tour that you're doing next year. Yeah, so the lord gave us this kind of mandate because nobody would do anything that's crazy without hearing from God, but called kingdom to the capitol, which is basically taking the battle, taking the fight of worship prayer, activism to every single U.S. state capitol. So meaning 50 states, 50 capitals and in a post row era, it's increasingly more important that we bring the fight for life for justice for education for everything to the capitals of every state. And so what we're doing is in 2023 and 2024, we're mobilizing the church of America in every single state to gather on the steps of their state capital and it looks like next year we're probably going to do about 26, 27 capitals and then do the remaining capitals in 2024. We're partnering with turning point faith USA, which is going to be really fun and a bunch of amazing Friends. It is going to be the wildest tour. I'm telling you guys, you got to pray with us, join us. We're going to come to your state, your capital. You can go to kingdom to the capitol dot com to sign up. That's capital with an O, by the way. Kingdom to the capitol dot com sign up, find out when we're coming to your capital.

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Never Surrender: What Can We Learn From Churchill?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last week

Never Surrender: What Can We Learn From Churchill?

"New world with all its power and might steps fast to the rescue and the liberation of the old that speech by Winston Churchill was given on June 4th, 1940. Interesting, I never thought about this turning point USA was founded on June 5th, obviously. 82 years later, but interestingly enough, the speech, we shall fight on the beaches by Winston Churchill, was given at a time when if you listen carefully to what he is saying, he's basically saying we are all alone, but our will, the will of the people, the will of our aisle, through blood, toil, tears, and sweat will overcome whatever they throw at us. And this speech, more than anything else, terrified the national socialist Workers Party. This speech given by Winston Churchill was the thing that Hitler and Mussolini and the axis of evil feared the most. What they feared was a battle cry of the will. You see, the only way that the axis was going to win is if the English speaking people, the anglosphere would surrender. And Churchill knew this, Churchill studied them, Churchill was warning for years. About how this axis of evil, they did everything they could to break your resolve. And Churchill, he flushed it out, and he basically said, every square inch that we have on this aisle, we will fight. And that famous line we shall never surrender. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, basically what he's saying is every square inch. Imaginable, we will defend.

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The US Soccer Team Changes Its Team Logo to a Rainbow Flag

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:09 min | Last week

The US Soccer Team Changes Its Team Logo to a Rainbow Flag

"USA make a statement. In American English, we would say makes in British English. It's make. When it's a collective, they use the plural verb in England. Anyway, USA makes a statement that there's from the daily mail at the World Cup in Qatar by redesigning their crest with rainbow colors to show solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community. The U.S. Olympic, the U.S., excuse me, soccer team. That the World Cup. Is there any other team in the world that has done that? That will be very interesting to see. Will the French change their flag or their insignia for the team? Will the Brits will the ghanaians? I'll bet not. My dear Friends. This is what I am talking about when I tell you we now are the net exporter of toxic ideas.

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MSNBC Fires Race-Baiter Tiffany Cross

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

MSNBC Fires Race-Baiter Tiffany Cross

"Did you see that the race lady got fired from TV, MSNBC? What are your thoughts? Love your program. I'm trying to get my cousin to start a turning point USA chapter. Well, thank you. You could do that at TPUSA dot com okay, so there is this host that he's talking about the race lady. There's two race ladies actually, Tiffany cross is one of them. And she has been fanning anti white hatred on MSNBC for years. She's had a weekend show for two years. And she's not as well known, nowhere near as popular as joy Reid, but she's worse. She is worse than joy Reid. And so Tiffany cross has been saying the most outrageous outlandish things on television for quite some time. And just getting away with it. And so this kind of goes through this theme, though, that there is a kind of growing genre, it seems. On weekends and, you know, kind of the lesser watched kind of portions of cable television where they just put these unbelievably extreme radical, critical race theorists believing post modernist post structural espousing anchors. And Tiffany crosses one of them. And so Tiffany cross from MSNBC has officially been fired,

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Herschel Walker Responds to Barack Obama's Attacks

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:22 min | 3 weeks ago

Herschel Walker Responds to Barack Obama's Attacks

"A piece of tape here of Barack Obama going after you, at least he admits you were a good running back though. Play cut 58. One of the best running backs of all time. Does that make him the best person to represent you in the USA? Does that make him equip? To weigh in on the critical decisions. About our economy and our foreign policy and our future. Herschel, he's going right after your response. Well, my response is that I built my own confidence, and one of the lords of minority owned two thirds companies in the United States of America. And he called me a celebrity and all he got was just so let me know. So I'm not a celebrity because he never hung out with me. And when you talking about what makes him equipped, but it doesn't see that he was equipped to do too much, though. Not too much happened when he was in office. And right now, not too much is happening with center one item office because there's a reason we have this terrible inflation. We have an open border, a lot of crime has skyrocketed. So they're not doing the right thing. And what makes me quilt because I know how to vote. And I think people saw that during the debate, I knew what I was talking about. He seemed to not understand what they were asking him and he got in a little bit confused because each side not to answer any questions. And I think people thought that that was a difference between he and I

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Judge Curbs Actions of Election-Monitoring Group in Arizona

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Judge Curbs Actions of Election-Monitoring Group in Arizona

"I want to talk about this continuing fight or legal argument going on in Phoenix in Arizona. About patriots observing drop boxes. Now, the group that is doing this is called clean elections USA. There are a couple of other smaller groups, but this one seems to be the main one. And they seem to be really motivated by the work of crude vote and 2000 mules. And their idea is, hey, we're just going to check out these drop boxes, and they don't they're not just doing this in a kind of informal way people can just show up there. They've created a sort of a database. If you see things that are wrong, they say, listen, upload your information to the database, there are in fact sheriffs around the country who are eager and willing and ready to prosecute, abuses of the law. So their idea is to provide B in a sense responsible citizens and provide information to law enforcement where appropriate. Now, left wing groups, notably one called the association of retired people, but the force behind it are left wing Democrats who are from out of state. And they're working with these local groups to sue clean elections USA and say you can't do this. You can watch the drop boxes in this way. The Biden Justice Department has weighed in with quote serious concerns over voter intimidation. And they decry quote vigilante ballot security efforts. And quote private campaigns to video record voters. Now, first of all, I want to say that all of this can be avoided by having 24 hour surveillance on all drop boxes. Why that is not the case throughout the country I want to know in an era where every parking lot every store, every mall has a surveillance, why not follow the election rules and have surveillance. You wouldn't need to have citizens doing it if the state did its job and did it itself.

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Federal judge limits ballot drop box monitoring in Arizona ahead of midterms

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Federal judge limits ballot drop box monitoring in Arizona ahead of midterms

"A federal judge is telling armed members of a group monitoring ballot drop boxes in Arizona to back off The judge is telling members of clean elections USA that they have to stay at least 250 feet away from ballot drop boxes following complaints that people wearing masks and carrying guns were intimidating voters The league of women voters of Arizona asked for the temporary restraining order after clean elections USA encouraged people to watch 24 hour ballot boxes in Maricopa County ballot box watchers are also barred from filming or following any one near a ballot box or entrance to a building housing one and they can't shout out to people an attorney for the defendants claims the restrictions placed on the group may make Dropbox voting a little less secure

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Democrats Blame Putin for Rising Food Prices

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Democrats Blame Putin for Rising Food Prices

"Food prices rose faster than ever last month headline in USA Today. It was very rare that I read a headline from USA Today. I will admit. It struck me as remarkable as I said it, regardless of what your Thanksgiving dinner includes this month, it's probably going to be more expensive than last year, September's consumer price index showed a 21% annual increase in all foods. Maybe most troubling for home chefs, though, the price of many Thanksgiving Staples rose at the highest annual pace ever. And the Democrats are blaming Putin when the blame is overwhelmingly that of the environmentalist extremists. The fanatics who will destroy civilization in order to protect it.

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Poll: More Black & Hispanic Voters Lean Republican

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Poll: More Black & Hispanic Voters Lean Republican

"So some brand new polling data out from USA Today, this is the USA Today Suffolk university poll, and again, you can't, you can't take these that face value, but you can glean some information here from this polling data. Now, in the last midterm elections, that was back in 2018. Democrats destroyed Republicans among black voters 92% of the black vote. Republicans only garnered about 6% of the black vote. Democrats also in that same election cycle, they defeated Republicans among Hispanic voters 72% to 25%. I mean, it was pretty overwhelming. And that was the data that Pew Research came up with. But now things are changing, and according to this USA Today, Suffolk university poll. 40% of Hispanics and 21% of blacks are now backing Republican candidates. That is a massive shift. We're talking about huge numbers. Black support get this 15 points from 6% in the last midterms to 21% now. Hispanic support jumping 15 points to 40%. That's phenomenal. And again, the numbers are going to fluctuate. No doubt about that. We've still got 7 days to go. A lot can happen in those 7 days, but if these numbers hold, you are looking at a Republican tsunami on election day.

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How Are Blue State Governors Getting Away With the Damage They Caused?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | Last month

How Are Blue State Governors Getting Away With the Damage They Caused?

"To get to a question here. Daniel from Oklahoma, Charlie, why is it that these blue state governors are getting away with all the damage that they did to locking down society and keeping children masked? Love the show, and I want to get involved with turning point USA. Well, thank you. For that, and I love Oklahoma. Yeah, Jake tapper actually said something similar to this, believe it or not, fake Jake on CNN, where he said he is shocked that there hasn't been a national conversation about the damage that has been done to kids because of school closures and virtual learning. It will go down as one of the worst mistakes ever done in the history of western civilization, not one of the greatest evils, one of the biggest mistakes locking down an entire generation to prevent them from a virus that wasn't a great threat to them at all. And yet we created all these other problems because of the regime of fear because of scientism. You see, scientism believes that science is the only form of knowledge. That there is no morality or ethics or philosophy, but it's just science all the time. And as we have said many times on this program, you can not get your morality from a test tube. Scientism ends up being necessarily totalitarian. And science then becomes a tool of oppressing people.

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Charlie Describes How He Gave His Life to the Lord

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | Last month

Charlie Describes How He Gave His Life to the Lord

"Won't begin on like, tell this group how you came to face. Yeah, it was the most important decision I ever made in my life. And if there's anyone here that hasn't yet given your life to the lord, hopefully my story will have some impact on you. I gave my life to the lord in 5th grade, and it was the most critical decision I made, and when I made it, I remember I somewhat understood it, but every single year, my goodness, as I got older, 6, 7th 8th grade high school. And now where I am today, it just grows in depth and understanding of what grace is and how, you know, how much God loves us and how we're made in his image. And so in 5th grade, I remember my teacher kind of explained the differences of worldview, explain the need for every single person to reconcile with their creator through Jesus Christ. And I gave my life to the lord. And since then, I have, you know, let's just say since 5th grade, obviously went through high school and then I started turning point USA and that's grown to be this amazing movement that it is today. And I could tell you, you know, for everyone out there that might be challenging and wrestling, you know, what you believe and why you believe it. It changes everything you do. And you're boring new, literally, when you give your life to the lord.

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Latino USA

02:14 min | 3 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Hey, Latino USA listener, here's a show from our archives. While playing with my son blows me away, I never thought I would have members of my family be musicians. You know, it's like every parent, you know, you never want your kids to do what you do because you think they can do better. But my son plays the drums and my youngest son is a heck of a bass player, so God said I'm going to give you two children who are musicians and I used to have a band with them called two kids and a blind guy. And PRX, it's Latino USA. I'm Mariano rossa. Today, a portrait of Jose Feliciano. When I first met Jose Feliciano, it was the year 1986. It was a concert of his in Southern California, and I was doing my first ever interview with him. Now, at that time, Jose Feliciano was one of the most famous Latinos that I had ever met. And what I remember the most was that he wasn't afraid to be himself. He was eccentric and a true bohemian artist that was truly one incredible guitarist. Come on, baby light my fire. Come on darling light my fire. Try to set the night on fire and that air of confidence translates musically to everything Jose touches. And if this is the first time you've heard of Jose Feliciano and you're not sure you know him, well, listen to this. lovely vibes at least not be that when I was little I know you at least see that that's Jose Feliciano's mega

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Latino USA

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"I feel I'm feeling very conflicted things. Lori, I'm sorry, but personally I'm deeply relying on the leadership of abortion funds and reproductive justice advocates. We'll be here. I know that people will be able to continue to access abortion because of them, and I'm certainly turning to them for guidance and leadership. On the other hand, I also am really, really afraid, I think that we're going to enter a new era for criminalization, you know, if you look at people that access abortion the most, they're low income folks and together black and Latino people make up the biggest population of abortion patients. These are exactly the same communities that are already surveilled and over policed and criminalized and disproportionately represented in the criminal justice system and I'm especially thinking about undocumented folks who live in states where they are going to have to comment anti abortion and anti immigrant laws and they live at that kind of intersection. So I feel very conflicted. I'm glad that we have people like Lori and I'm also really, really terrified for how things are going to shake out in the next few months. Tina, Laurie Sabrina, thank you so much for joining me on Latino USA and for sharing all the facts and also for bringing your personal stories tied to this issue. We really appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. This episode was produced by, but this year and edited by Andrea Lopez cruzado, it was mixed.

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Exactly. That's your story. So there's something else we wanted to ask you about. We wanted to come to you for some professional advice. Yes. Oh, because we're the expert chief Mozart that you have to come to us. We have a lot of experience in it, so yes, tell us how can we help you. So we started a cheese me about our boss. That her hair isn't her real hair. It's a wig, a wig. That's boring. When I fell over, that's not a good one. Why didn't you say she has like a fake leg or something? Does she wear a lot of pants? Well, they're trying to keep their job, remember it's their boss, okay? It depends you know the team that depends on who the person is, but this is like their boss, so they can't be, you know, they can't take it overboard. I have an idea how you make this fun. You tell her, we're going to start saying you have a fake leg, start limping around the office. Let's see how many people fall into the trap. I don't know, you got to come up with something more exciting than a peluca. Oh my God. I would never. Let me tell you something the best achievement I think is when you look someone in the eyes and you sound convincing. Oh, you sound like an extra marathon, and then you didn't want me to call you the gym also. I just play one on TV. Coming up on Latino USA are cheese my angels continue their investigation into how gossip has shaped their identity as latinas. And the stakes surrounding their cheese make start to build as they travel further into a cheese mosaic universe. Stay with.

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Latino USA

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"To our arrival here, about 1500 migrants left from tapachula on their way north. They're now on their way to Cajun, which is a small town in the state of Oaxaca. And they plan to stop and rest for the night there before continuing north. So we get in our car and decide to meet them there. What takes us 5 hours to drive is what the caravan has done walking for two weeks straight. What? This isn't actual border. This okay, I'm having a moment. I'm really having a moment. This is what it used to look like when you were crossing into the United States actually. The out you would have these little things that you would pull up and you'd have to pull your car up and then you would open your car and search it all and that's what they're doing right now. Yeah, exactly. It's an absolute imitation of U.S. border patrol control track 6 in internally in Mexico. So this is another way in which this country has chosen to basically imitate the policies created by the United States. And we just witnessed it. Coming up on Latino USA, we.

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Latino USA

02:42 min | 10 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"And soon it's pouring. The boys huddled together in the downpour. One campagnaro told me that he had been standing next to daniele and I was able to see him where he was lying in the street, crying for help. He said he wanted to go back, but those were still shooting. He said he saw her Danielle with blood on his neck. I was very upset with that kumba. So why didn't you tell me if I had known and if I had seen that? I wouldn't have cared if they shot me. I would have gone back for him. And finally, just as Don is breaking, the downpour becomes a drizzle. It was around 6 in the morning, when we got a call from a compa. He asked where we were and told us that it was all over. He told us to come out of hiding that it was okay now. They walk out onto the puddled streets, soaking wet. Coming up on Latino USA news of the attack on Nico and the other students would soon spread throughout Mexico, sparking a movement. This is when omad the young human rights lawyer decides to get involved. Wow. No, I had never seen a protest that big in Mexico. They said Mexico. Okay. Coming up and a yancy with that part of this story, stay with us, not have I guess. Hey, we're back. Once again, here's Al letson from reveal. As the sun breaks through the clouds over iguana, The Rain stops, and Nico decides to make his way back to the school. The.

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Latino USA

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"My editor by the collar and say, send me there. I need to cover this public radio needs to be there. But I was pregnant. I was 7 months pregnant and it was impossible. So instead, I remember just following obsessively on my phone as it was unfolding. Annie auntie says the story is especially important to her as a Mexican American. The Mexican part of me knows that this is a crucial test for Mexico's justice system. Because it goes beyond these 43 missing students, more than 90,000 people are missing in Mexico today. And the perpetrators, they haven't been brought to justice. If you ask the families right now of the disappeared, they'd say that the government doesn't care, that they have to seek their own justice. And then there's the American part of me. The American part of me wants people to understand that there is a U.S. connection and that they should care because we bear responsibility on this side too. The story connects to the war on drugs. Because in the Jose Napa, it took a bad situation in Mexico and made it so much worse. It actually stoked chaos corruption and violence. When Americans don't even think about this, while Mexicans have to live with the consequences of the war on drugs every single day. Reveal is devoting three episodes to the IoT Napa case, which will take us from the heart of rural Mexico to the suburbs of Chicago. Coming up on Latino USA banana introduces us to one of the young men who was there that night in 2014, stay with us, not there, I guess. And then two or three police cars arrived. Local police, they barricaded us first from the front and then the back. Hey,.

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Latino USA

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"To think and moreover all that he would never have a chance to do in life. To kill time, I began doing what most people in max do, which is pace back and forth. In a I believe it was 13 feet long and 6 feet wide cell down in 12 steps as I would walk back and forth as to remember that. And it is in those moments at nighttime where that would turn my light off and I will be in complete darkness. And I would think how badly I had messed up. I would think about the family that was outside. I always loved me. There were many things that I could have done, yes, but I didn't do them. And so would have should have good of us to Lake for all of that. Just a couple months into his life sentence, one joined another gang, a prison gang. It was the only way he could survive, he explained. And after getting into a violent skirmish, which was unavoidable, he told me, he was sent to the hall to solitary confinement. I had just turned 17 there with a boxer's now he was really very, very cool. We were to a yard, but I didn't have any proper clothing to go out. So I was staying the sale the whole time. And that almost strongly banana. But I got to reading all the books that I couldn't Spanish. I went to the catalog and that prison library and I read all the books that I could. And I tried reading an English book and then I got to the first space and it just gave me too much trouble. Too many problems reading. I could not understand a word. And so I do the book to go to war and I just sat there contemplating the book for a moment. And then I told myself I had to learn English because this is just not right. Inadvertently wanted started to find ways to stay entertained. Stay sane alive. Fellow that I hang around with in there, they would tell me, what are you doing? You know, that world gave up when you why are you trying to educate yourself? There is no point in you trying to do something now because you're going to be here for the rest of your day. You're going to dine here. A few other lifers, men condemned to die in prison, killed themselves in those early years of Juan's term. Kwan didn't want to become one of them. And I made a decision that I was not going to end up like them. That even though I was never going to get out, I could be a better person. I could educate myself. I begun having this thirst for knowledge, you know? And so I began memorizing the English words and the context and how to apply them in the proper usage of them. Actually, I got to the point that two years later, where I had to actually speak English well. Coming up on Latino USA ice crushes one's dream of freedom by warehousing him in one.

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Latino USA

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Even though home life with her mom was chaotic, being separated was traumatizing for 8 year old nevaeh. I just stay home crying like day and night. Like I would go for days just crying and crying 'cause I wanted to go home with my mom. The situation wasn't any less painful for lupe. I saw my granddaughter crying for her mom that didn't come back and how she felt so inadequate alone unwanted. From where lupe stud, things seemed to be getting worse for kids like her grandchildren. And she was right. The rate of grandchildren being raised by grandparents is steadily increased over the last 30 years. Both here in New Mexico and across the U.S.. Between 1990 and 2015, the number of kids in New Mexico living with grandparents has increased by over 80%. As of 2015, about one in 9 kids here is being cared for by a grandparent. How can we work together? How can community come together so that these children don't struggle like that? Coming up on Latino USA, lupus community is struggling with addiction and poverty. And it becomes clear that treating drug use with jail time is making matters worse. So lube decides to try something completely different. Going to university to learn about addiction, trauma, and healing in order to create a new kind of support system for her community. Stay with.

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Latino USA

01:33 min | 1 year 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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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Disability compensation. Among other things. Even with these legislative protections, the fact that it's difficult to enforce and regulate these laws, leaves workers still quite vulnerable. For over a decade, daniela always put her mother first, and took care of her when she got sick. But then came a time when it was daniela, who needed help. At 28, she got pregnant. And soon after giving birth, she became a single mother. The dad took all the money he saw the little thing with beings that I had. I didn't have any food to feed my baby. Bills were piling up. My mother was sake. Everything, everything. Daniela felt overwhelmed, and she didn't know how she would keep going. One day, she locked herself into a room. I cry my long sound pretty much. But when I came back, my mother, she's like, we're gonna make a compromise, I'll be the woman. I'll take care of your kid and you go to work, but we're gonna be okay. Coming up on Latino USA, daniela becomes the only breadwinner for her family and takes on multiple jobs as a caregiver, and then she goes to a meeting that will change the course of her life. Stay with us..

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Latino USA

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"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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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"On my conversations with my fellow score members. So these two podcasts are being distributed by our friends at PRX, the same group that distributes Latino USA. There are also animated shorts that go along with the podcast to help you kind of visualize what these solutions for the future might look like in our communities. So in our first ever fictional podcast titled, the long way around. We're going to take you on a journey in the not too distant future. You're going to meet bumpy and mercy. They're a father and a daughter and they're traveling the country as they're trying to build new lives. And they have to navigate through this same real-life issues that many black Latino indigenous and Asian communities face in our country today. I invite you to come along with us for the ride. So here's an exclusive preview of the long way around from unida insane and PRX. Moving moment movie. Come on y'all. Look at this. Welcome.

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Latino USA

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

"Wasn't getting through to him and so now calling him let's see just rings and rings and rings and so i don't know. Did somebody offer him a trip and he just said i'm out. Did he get kidnapped. Did he get put into a detention facility. Was he arrested. Because he's sleeping on the street. So yeah this is exactly what it looks like. This is what the houses of people are going through. Which is suddenly you you. You're not in contact with this person. God let's see what happens when we get the temperature. That's her flight okay. That's our flight. My things to create them for producing that story with me. The movie border series was produced in partnership with the pulitzer center with additional support provided by the ford foundation. This series was edited by. Merlin bishop the executive producer is diane sylvester That's it for today. Usa usa is produced by mike. Sergeant who at the martini victorious. But these.

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"usa" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:00 min | 1 year 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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Latino USA

02:12 min | 1 year 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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Latino USA

02:02 min | 1 year 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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Latino USA

06:28 min | 1 year 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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