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Democrat Strategist: We Have to 'Scare the Hell out' of Americans
"We're used to seeing people steal and rob and rape and pillage and get away with it because lunatic radical activists don't think people of color should be behind bars. That's what this boils down to, we all know it, we all know exactly what the routine is. So listen to a political analyst on MSNBC named Cornell belcher telling that insufferable Nicole Wallace yesterday what the Democrat party should be doing. Whether or not it be telling women that you know what women, you think you're losing your rights now, what do you think's going to happen if we don't have democracy? You know what African Americans particularly African American men who are showing the lowest motivation to turn out in this midterm, you think things are tough for you right now? Where do you think you're going to stand in a country in America where there's no democracy where they have absolutely no interest or at all and respecting your respecting your respecting your rights? We've got to get these people understand that they've got skin in this game and they've got and they got scared hell out of them because quite frankly Nicole, they should be afraid that we're going to lose our democracy. We got to scare the hell out of them. That's what we got to do.
Author Deborah Cohen Describes the 'Big Get' Interviews of the 1930s
"The journalists in your book are interviewing the most important political figures of their day. Hitler Mussolini Franco Trotsky, Gandhi, Churchill, FDR. Could you describe some of these encounters and also, how important were these interviews? For example, would this be as high profile as if Anderson Cooper, Chris Wallace, were interviewing Vladimir Putin right now in the day of this recording his early April as that Russian Ukrainian war is still going on, or would it be more of a puff piece? Could you talk about these encounters with these world leaders? These are the analogy that you draw as exactly right. These are the big guts of their time. And in part, the reason why these interviews are so significant in this analogy with Putin brings this is that there's a sense that these are the figures who are determining history. So history is being made by them and also through them. So actually getting to sit down with them allows a reporter a kind of privileged access into the psychology and to the intellectual thought process, you know, it's not the same, you know, you could sit down with my career or Ramsay MacDonald or any number of kind of normal political leaders. And you've got, you know, some of their spend, you got maybe a little bit of a glimpse, but fundamentally you didn't think that their personality was making history. On the other hand, once you're dealing with a Trotsky or a Mussolini or a Hitler or Stalin or a Putin, it's certainly the case that they are outsized figures who is Jimmy shin puts in our managing to channel the tide of history, quite literally. So how important these are and what you get from them really does depend upon who you're talking
Chuck Schumer Pens Letter to Fox News Executives
"To Rupert Murdoch, the chairman of Fox corporation. Lachlan Murdoch executive chairman and CEO of the Fox corporation. Suzanne Scott, CEO of Fox News media, and Jay Wallace, the president and executive editor of Fox News media. Those executives at Fox received a letter. From one of the most powerful U.S. senators in the country today. New York's Chuck Schumer. He writes dear mister Rupert Murdoch at all. I write to urge you to immediately cease the reckless amplification of the so called great replacement theory on your network's broadcasts. Proponents of this white nationalist far right conspiracy theory believe that a complicit or cooperative class of elites are advancing a plot designed to undermine the political power and culture of white Americans. A recent AP poll found that nearly a third of American adults believe that a group of people is trying to replace native born Americans with immigrants for electoral gains. I urge you to take into consideration the very real impacts of the dangerous rhetoric being broadcast on your network on a nightly
Travis Scott, Morgan Wallen hit Billboard Music Awards stage
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Daily Caller: Chuck Todd Removed From MSNBC's 'Meet the Press'
"Now something interesting has happened with chuck Todd The daily caller MSNBC removes host chuck Todd's meet the depressed daily quote unquote from cable lineup this is K Smith MSNBC chuck Todd's meet the press daily plays streaming only option for viewers and changing the name to meet the press now I guess he's going the way of Chris Wallace I don't know But he'll still have a Sunday show which has no ratings Meet the press hosted by chuck Todd is moving from the 1 p.m. Eastern Time cable slot to 4 p.m. slot on the streaming service according to The Hollywood Reporter In other words they're burying it MSNBC is reportedly rebranding the 1 p.m. hour to MSB and correspondent and anchor Chris Jensen will lead the new show the outlet continued Wasn't he chasing like perverts for years mister producer Remember him Huh Oh it's a female What was that other guy Chris something or other Chris Hansen that's it So Chris Jansen is a birthing person Switch up is set to take place On May 26th the hill reported And the network will also start producing a podcast called meet the press now Make the press now Can't wait NBC News is the leader in streaming news NBC News president Noah Oppenheim stated Since our launch we've been committed to delivering the best of NBC News journal that Well you failed you jerk Free to streaming audiences everywhere Broadcast actors to see the massive potential of streaming Meet the press daily franchise to NBC News now reinforces the platform status as the destination for news on
Nicolle Wallace: GOP Is the 'Most Extreme Political Org in History'
"Nicole Wallace is a complete reprobate And she of course has found out that she can make a hell of a lot more money Swinging left which is what she's done Cut 8 go I wonder your thought on this characterization of the Republican Party and its current incarnation is the most extreme political organization in history All right let's stop The Republican Party the most extreme political organization in history See those are fighting words She is signaling to the mob to get out there get in people's faces and even get violent Why is it that these hosts are never held to account Nicole Wallace is saying the Republican Party is the most extreme political organization in history in history Now she's clearly one of the stupidest human beings to ever walk on the face of the earth on two feet Which means one day she might be on the view to join the other stupidest human beings to ever walk on earth and with two feet
Elon Musk's Devastating Blow to the Global Censorship Regime
"When Elon Musk bar, Twitter, he delivered a devastating blow against the censorship regime. Not only in this country, but really all over the world. And I think it was Nicole Wallace, who said something like those of us who are concerned about disinformation, the anti disinformation group worldwide is really concerned is really disturbed about what Musk has done. And this is the voice of the establishment. Their idea is that we need to have these social mandarins. Not just in America, but around the world. And they all decide, you know, we're not going to, we're going to police the parameters here. We're going to set the fence post, then you can speak, but you've got to operate within the rails that we set up. And they love having this kind of power because for them, it's we are the aristocrats and you are the peasants. And we're going to allow you to speak, but you're speaking kind of at our leisure to the degree that we allow you to. And Elon Musk should have anticipated, and in fact, I believe he has, that there's going to be sort of pushback coming both in the United States and abroad from authorities that like to have this kind of power, even if they're exercising it through surrogates. And the government in many cases is not directly censoring they're telling Facebook to send. So they're telling Google to censor and they were telling Twitter the
Piers Morgan Edited Interview to Spin Against Trump
"Big controversy President Trump got angry he was being grilled By the fierce Piers Morgan bring up with his accent and so forth And about the election Do you have proof He was sort of doing the British imitation of Chris Wallace Or on him in a moment too It's amazing how the market works And brooms out the the dust Anyway what happened Well apparently Morgan and the Morgan heights with whom he surrounds himself have absolutely destroyed the editing process of that interview with president Trump at least that's the allegation Breitbart's got a great write up on it All of us do blaze media does others do Apparently pierce if that is his name that were my name I would change it but nonetheless that's his name They edited to make it look like at the end it was extremely controversial The president didn't want to talk to him anymore He got up in a huff told the cameras to shut off and walk down That's not what happened Because president Trump was very sharp about this They taped it too And they released that tape And that shows how the interview editing process was manipulated to create controversy to try and help Piers Morgan
We Should Get Behind Elon Musk, a Great Patriot
"Nicole Wallace is on MSNBC today Folks I want to remind you that Comcast owns MSNBC Those of you who have Comcast in your homes do the very best you can to get rid of it Look for alternatives I wouldn't say Netflix now because they're dying on the vine as they should And let me take this occasion to say that Elon Musk is one of a handful of billionaires who's actually a great patriot Who actually puts his money where his mouth is It doesn't have a big mouth this guy is not out there bullying people pushing them around Pretending he's somebody who he isn't Conducting himself like some kind of a mobster No I don't know Elon Musk I've never talked to him in my life He's the richest man on the face of the earth And he's an entrepreneur And he's serious about dealing with Twitter And we should get behind regardless of his politics We should get behind him Because he believes in free speech obviously the First Amendment doesn't apply because Twitter is not the government
CNN+ To Shut One Month After Debut
"Network subscription service is folding after just four weeks after its launch in late March. According to The New York Times, CNN plus will cease operations on Saturday, April 30th. CNN launched on March 29th and was offered either a $6 a month or $60 a year. In addition to its on demand library of services and films, CNN plus featured live online programming hosted by CNN Staples and anchors who were poached from other networks like Chris Wallace and NBC News Cassie hunt. After just a couple of weeks, it was such a failure that they had to scrap it all together. They were planning to spend a $1 billion on it. Chris Wallace, okay. Chris Wallace left the left Fox News and came to CNN and has been a total failure. CNN plus is just another example. Of the forces of market gravity working against. The woke. So you have Twitter
CNBC: CNN+ Draws Less Than 10,000 Viewers per Day
"You ever wondered if the powers of B and CNN were out of touch with reality Their thought that people would go yes what I really want to do is actually pay to stream this product So the scene then plus streaming service that went live march 29th it has a tracked a grand worldwide audience of drum roll 10,000 people per day Yeah no kidding If you were then 10,000 people per day CNN plus that according to CNBC so with an average audience of around 700,000 daily viewers to the traditional product I mean who could have seen that coming Who could have seen that people didn't want to pay 5 99 per month or 59.99 annually to put more than their lives and the form of the streaming product And the best part is this doesn't even begin to pay Chris Wallace's contract to whom they lured over from Fox News for that launch You're kind of familiar with the question that if a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it doesn't make a sound similar question could be asked of CNN plus because right now all they're doing is paying Chris Wallace and company to talk to themselves
Who Is Gregg Phillips and How Did He Dive Into the 2020 Election?
"So Greg introduced yourself, talk about your background, and then talk about how do you all of a sudden get looking into the 2020 election? Been around politics since 1982. A long time. Been doing election integrity work, did my first deal in Bullock county, Alabama in 1982, literally a guy named memory former was running against George Wallace in his last race for governor. There were a 147% of the voting age population, both registered and voting in bullet county. So that was my intro to it. After all these years and quite a few campaigns and some other things, Catherine and I founded a healthcare technology company together, but sort of kept our side businesses going. Catherine's with truth of the vote, me with a research company. And it's 2020 sort of came together and unfolded. I mean, the day since the day after the election of the day of, to now, it's just been an incredible whirlwind where we've figured out how to take some high end technology capability. And apply it to these elections and come up with come up with not only hypotheses, but now proven hypotheses.
Mark Levin Leaves an Open-Invitation for Bob Iger
"Mister producer I don't know how you would find the man but if Chris Wallace can maybe you can Bob Iger is the former CEO of Disney He's had a lot of input behind the scenes the invisible hand In encouraging people at Disney to take the positions that they have taken And it's time I think he comes out of the shadows I'd like to have a very honest discussion with him
Live updates: UK Defense Secretary: Russia growing desperate
"Russia is attempting to regain momentum in its assault on Ukraine Britain's defense secretary Ben Wallace says Russia's advanced tools the capital Kiev continues to face pressure from Ukrainian forces around nearby towns in addition a link the Russian column remains stuck on the road north of Keith Wallace believes Russian forces are becoming more and more desperate in the face of such minute trip on supply hold ups leading to what he calls indiscriminate shelling of civilians he adds the Russian ministry have been let down by a polling leaders and a pulling plans and now he says you see them the treaty at large scales dying I'm Charles Taylor this month
Russia batters Ukraine; both sides say ready for more talks
"Russia's renewed it's a sold on Ukraine's second largest city call came even as both sides say they would do to resume talks aimed at stopping the new devastating war in Europe Britain's defense secretary Ben Wallace says Russia is not likely to adopt more extreme tactics in its war on Ukraine they will try slowly but surely trying to surround the cities and I the by polls that will bombard them and I think you know that is the brutality that I'm afraid we are witnessing and it's going to get worse it's not clear when you talks between Russia and Ukraine might take place what they would yield Ukraine's leader has said Russia must stop bombing before another meeting meanwhile a forty mile convoy of hundreds of Russian tanks is it bouncing slightly towards the capital of Kiev I'm Charles the last month
Russian Army Failed to Deliver Key Military Goals
"The biggest development this morning is probably the report from the UK's defense minister, defense secretary Ben Wallace, who reported today that, according to their verified intelligence on the ground, excuse me, that the Russian military did not achieve any of its military objectives on day one of the Ukrainian invasion. They've taken some significant hits. I don't know if you can call them significant losses. They've lost dozens of armored vehicles, some tanks, there's no word yet on personnel casualties, but there have been estimates that it's been running in the 300s or above, this is an invasion force that is meeting a very determined defense.
Leftist Media Go Down Rabbit Hole Over Tucker Carlson & Russia
"I mean, sure, so you want to go down a rabbit hole as explosions or rocking Ukraine, Putin has declared war, Ukraine, invaded, you want to go down a rabbit hole, turn on MSNBC or CNN right now. It is wacko land. It's all Tucker Carlson's fault. I watched about an hour of it yesterday, and I thought I was, I was taking, I thought I had my PhD, you know, my little protein bar with me. And I was eating the protein bar on the plane, flying back from New York to Florida, watching MSNBC. And that vicious nasty Nicole Wallace, I thought my PhD protein bar was a crazy bar. I was eating a crazy bar. And I had to go wash my mind. They're all ranting and raving about Tucker Carlson. They're all upset about Tucker Carlson and Trump? Do you think they know Trump is in president anymore? Does anybody gotten them the message? Do you think perhaps they don't remember that he's not the president? What in the world is going on? With these lefties who are bonkers about Tucker Carlson and Trump cozying up to Trump. Now, I mean, to Putin. Now I'm going to acknowledge something. It does seem a little weird to me that people like president Trump and Mike Pompeo and even Tucker seem a little bit reluctant to condemn Putin for the tyrant that he is, I can't quite wrap my brain around that, but you know I got my own problems.
Cindric wins Daytona 500 to celebrate Penske's 85th birthday
"Austin Cindric a rookie for Roger Penske's racing team hover around the front of the pack for most of the day in the Daytona five hundred and when it came time to make the move for the win he executed it perfectly leading four counts for twenty one last Cindrich said he knew he had a car to win but I also knew that anything can happen and usually does in the Daytona five hundred I'll be honest I know the car to do it but there's so many so many things that have to play out correctly Bubba Wallace crossed the finish line in second after thinking he was in the right spot to overtake centric it just didn't happen for say Turner screen also I'd start looking up there in victory lane just close man is close I really thought we had it this was the second Daytona five hundred runner up finish of Wallace's career Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida
"wallace" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"I think that so many of us were forced into some level of education and maturity at that point. But Bubba Wallace experienced that on a level that I don't know a lot of people did. Because this all happens at the exact same time that his career is on its trajectory. And so what he wrestled with at home when we were all stuck at home was what do I do with this? And so when NASCAR, which was the first sport to resurface and start running events, when NASCAR showed back up and started running races in the middle of May of 2020, I don't think it was ever a question of if Bubba Wallace is going to do something. It was a question of when he was going to do it and how soon he was going to do it. This is hard to imagine if you're just sticking ball sports fan. But there's a group text of all the drivers. In the Cup Series, all of them. All of them. I mean, and you're talking about just a few dozen guys. Bubble Wallace went to that group text. And said, guys, we have to do something, and he went to individual drivers, who were the biggest stars in the sport and said, guys, we have to do something. And the reaction in the group sex was largely silenced. I had text the top dogs. Once you see winning every week, we had good conversations. And a lot of it was sponsors. Like, it's tough. We can't really don't want us to talk about it. I get it from that standpoint and also get it from the other side of that affect me. I don't have to talk on it. But it's so much bigger than you. So much bigger than your race team. So much bigger than your sponsors. This is about life. And that's what's tough, and they didn't want to speak on that. And so it's just like, you know what? I'll roll up my sleeves and let the rest of us do the work. So the next race ride is in Atlanta. And what is bubble wall is given that sort of a response? What does he decide to do? He decides to bring some t-shirts to the restaurant. Black Lives Matter. I can't breathe. Knowing that I was gonna wear the shirt Black Lives Matter, I can't breathe her. I could feel the whole garage looking at me as I walked through the turn for gate there on the racetrack. Walking down pit road, I thought everybody looking. There was a mixture of I can't believe he's doing this right now. And then there was also a reaction of man I'm so glad he's doing this right now. Imagine walking into that arena with that shirt at that point in time. That kid I've talked about earlier about being brash and always speaking his mind, that's who that guy was. And he was doing it just out of pure guts. I mean, all of this really does seem to come to a head with the conversation Ryan about a subject you've written about a lot, which is the confederate flag. And specifically at NASCAR events, because look, to be blunt about it, you see it everywhere, right? I mean, it's waving proudly from the infield, in the grandstands, right? Outside the tailgating. It was the staple of your sport. Well, Bubba Wallace's experience growing up with it was like mine. You know, I don't like it, but I got to the point where I just became indifferent because it just was kind of in the background. But what he started to realize is what I had always realized, which was this was what was keeping my Friends. That I wanted to love the sport that I loved away. So, bubba takes it upon himself to go on to CNN and says, hey, it's time to take confederate flag down. My next step would be to get rid of all confederate flags. No one should feel uncomfortable when they come to a NASCAR race. So it starts with confederate flags, get them out of here, they have no place for them. And what he said was what so many people in the sport have been thinking for a really long time. It felt like about 5 minutes later. We got to email. I think people wanted to do it. They just needed someone to step up and say, this is dumb, just going and do it. And that's what bubba did. So we have some breaking news in NASCAR moments ago. They released a statement banning the confederate flag from all of its races and properties. You know, a lot of people from all backgrounds all races were like, absolutely amen to that. And then you had the ones that were stuck in their ways that, you know, this is BS. You're bringing politics in a NASCAR. What do you say to people when they say that though? Keep politics out of sports, keep the politics out of NASCAR. People want to make it political when it's just being a decent human. Treating everybody equal. Treating everybody equal.
"wallace" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"You think who made that up? God, we'll be right back. Further canyons everywhere. I've looked at clouds that way. Oh, hello. I'm talking to J Warner Wallace as the Eric metaxas show, go to my website, Eric metaxas dot com, sign up for the newsletter so we can send you all of these interviews because you want them and because you want to share them with your Friends, Jay Warner Wallace, what should we talk about in our final moments together today? Well, I just want to encourage people that all of us have the ability to make a case for Jesus. This is not something that's unusual. I mean, scripture shows us. This is the kind of casemaker Jesus was. I mean, think about it. After the resurrection and acts one, it says that Jesus spent 40 additional days with the disciples, giving them many and depending on the translation and convincing proofs. That's the Greek where we use for evidence. Now, they put that for a second. He's just resurrected from the grave. Do you think I really need more evident apparently? Jesus is going to give me 40 days more of evidence. Now that's an evidential approach so that even when John the Baptist has got doubts and sends his disciples, Jesus, he wants to know Jonathan, are you the one? If you're Jesus, are you a little upset with that? You're thinking to yourself, really, John, your cousin, who baptized me, who saw the spirit of God really? You have doubts. You want to tell you what? Go back and tell John, what you just saw. Any cites the miracles he had worked in front of John's disciples. That's a very evidential approach. I think that what we're doing Eric is you and I are writing books that I think are important to the church even right now at a time when the church doesn't know how important they are. There's an entire generation who wants to know not just what is true, but please tell me why you think it's true. Because this is what the culture is doing. The culture is making claims about all kinds of things and saying they're based in evidence are based in science. Yet you religious folks, you want us to believe this stuff blindly. That was never the request of Jesus. Jesus would testimony in the first century in the book of X is not your personal experience with Jesus or how he changed your life. Go read the book of X, it's the eyewitness accounts of their resurrection. Direct evidence was offered by way of eyewitnesses. Blessed Thomas are those who will not have seen this, but through your testimony will know this is true. Direct evidence. That's what that testimony is. We have to make a effort to give young people the evidence for why that exists, which is what your books about right now. And why Christianity is true. And that's really what we're trying to do. These kinds of works. Well, and again, I want to say that you can't force people to believe, which is why I love America because at its core, we have religious liberty, the idea is that, look, if it's true, somehow it has to stand on its own or we have to encourage people to think about it, but you can not force someone to believe. But if you're unwilling to look at the evidence, if you're unwilling to look through Galileo's telescope, I suspect you have a bias. And so I want to say to people, I really do dare you to look at the evidence with an open mind. There are many books, not just my new book and J Warner Wallace's new book, but you could start there and see what books we've read. But the evidence is overwhelming. It's stunning. It's so stunning that I myself was stunned by how stunning it was. When I wrote my book, I said, I can not believe I didn't know this. I can't believe nobody seems to know this. It's almost, I think we're just living in an unprecedentedly exciting time in history, honestly. That it's possible for us to know these things. You know, there are no cold case detectives, you know, in the 18th century. There's something about where we are now that is enabling us. And I think God's doing it for various strange purposes, because in some ways the world's gotten darker. In some ways, science is more advanced. So many things we can do some of the things I can talk to you via Skype on this program. So there's a lot here. But honestly, I think the big news is we're living in very exciting times. And if you're interested in really knowing, is there a God who created the universe who loves you and who has a plan for your life, like really, I'm here to tell you and Jay Warner's here to tell you, yes, you can actually know that. It is true. We know it to be true. And we want you to follow what we followed to get there. Jay Warner, Wallace, congratulations on an important book person of interest. Thank you, my friend. Thanks for having me, Eric. I really appreciate you..
"wallace" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Think anyone is teaching this to our young people. No one sees this. So dependent upon Christian worldview as a matter of fact, it's been argued and I think dimension suzu wrote this quite well. That Christendom in Europe is what causes the scientific revolution that's true. But then you hear, well, look, everyone in Europe and the 16th and 17th century was a Christian. That's not the point. There were more people outside of Europe. Why didn't science explode in Asia? Why didn't the science explode and Persia? I mean, look, there are many places that in some ways we're more advanced than 16th and 17th century Europe. What is it about that time? And you're right, so many people have written about it. I was not aware of this until I was researching my own book, and it's one of these things that it's such huge news that we need to shout it from the rooftops because most people just have some baked in idea that the opposite is true. So I'm glad that that's one of the things you go into. Well, how about this? In terms of education. Now, I don't get people to realize that modern education, as you know at the modern university, as you know, it came out of three universities planted by Christ followers at Bologna, Paris and Oxford. Those three universities gave birth to the 24 daughter universities from which the scientists and the scientific revolution emerged. This is entirely the buyers was great about it. If you would research right now, the top 15 universities in the world today, you would find there all founded by Christ followers. The top 75 of the top 100 universities in fact were founded by Christ's fault. Here's what's cool. If you were to visit those campuses, you would find that the original buildings in which they taught students still exist. And on those buildings, you will find the images of Jesus that stained glass of Jesus. The inscriptions of scripture from Jesus. You can reconstruct the story of Jesus just from the campuses of the top 15 universities in the world today. If you wanted to erase Jesus from history, it would take more than just the science fathers. It would take more than the scriptures. You'd have to destroy the top 15 campuses because they actually have the images and story of Jesus embedded on their buildings. I mean, wow, there's a lot here. The book is called person of interest. Why Jesus still matters in a world that rejects the Bible? I have to confess that I was myself when I first in two of my books I wrote about the resurrection not in the new one. But I was myself genuinely astonished that you could use logic to effectively prove the case of the resurrection. I was sure that that had to be something you just take on faith, quote unquote. But a lot of these things are canards. They're just rumors, their myths are terrible ideas. And when you start using logic, so I want to challenge people dare to be logical. You'll get scared by what you find if you don't want to find Jesus. The book is person of interest, why Jesus still matters in a world that rejects the Bible will be right back with Jay Warner Wallace, don't go away. And you're a zero. Make like a mister big dig. Hey, folks Eric, taxes here. Joe Biden and the Democrats have laid out the most socialist agenda, our country has ever seen. Instead of following president Trump's blueprint that had the economy booming, the Dems are going to raise taxes, increase regulations and skyrocket and.
"wallace" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"I've got more good news. It doesn't end J Warner Wallace is my guest and then beyond that his book is called person of interest who is the person of interest, Jesus of Nazareth. This is a very exciting provocative and unfortunately important book, J onea Wallace, welcome to the program. Thanks so much for having me. If I didn't know Eric, that I was going to release this book. At the same time that Eric metaxas is going to have a new book. I would have said, you know, let's wait till January. What am I doing trying to release a book while you got a book? I was thinking the same thing about my book. So here's what we have to do. We have to tell people if you don't buy both books, you're crazy. You're dividing a friendship, you're destroying the body. Okay. That's right. Now look, seriously, this book, my book is not really about Jesus actually. So my book is, I said a low bar for my book is atheism dead. I just wanted to show in a way the scientific evidence for a creator. You don't have to say it's Jesus. You don't have to say, but to say there is no creator of any kind is at this point preposterous. I then talk about biblical archeology, which makes it really clear that the Bible is certainly no collection of folktales and it's probably totally historical, even though you can't prove that it's totally historical, and then I talk about atheism, but I do not go into what you go into in this book. So I think we could pitch it as their companion books. Like my book and you're like, huh, okay, so yeah I am thinking about this Jesus guy. Anything I could read about that, hey, J Warner Wallace has just come out with a book called person of interest. Seriously, this is an amazing book. I don't want to do all the talking. So if you don't mind, tell my audience, the premise, because it is actually really fascinating what you have done in this book person of interest. Okay, so here's the weird approach I took. I work cold cases and a lot of the cases I get are what are called no body murders or no body missings where somebody kills his wife or a wife kills her husband. And then claims that they ran off and they file a report of missing persons report, and that's how we take the case. And then years go by no one works the case. There's no way you just to be clear. Some people know that some people don't. You are a cold case detective, and you've been a cold case detective a real cold case detective for a long time. And you're bringing those skills to this issue. So I didn't want to interrupt, but just in case people think you're like blowing smoke, this is what you do. Well, I've done a bunch of these cases. They're actually on a date line. And several of these are no body missing persons cases. And so what happens is they get away with it for a while because nobody has ever discovered. There's no crime scene ever photographed is taken as a missing persons report. I opened the case, I had one case, Eric. I kid you not. The 30 years after the crime was occurred. She'd been missing for 30 years. Her family never once called our agency because the killer thoroughly convinced the family that she had just run off. Now, what do you do when you have no crime scene? No evidence from a crime scene. Don't even have a body. How do you make a case like that? Well, I always tell people that if she vanished on that day because he murdered her as like a bomb went off on that day. But moms are always preceded by fuses that burn slowly toward the detonation of the bomb. And afterwards, there is shrapnel all over the blast radius. So we'll make the case by simply examining the fuse and the fallout. So I thought, well, if Jesus is who he said he was. And let's imagine a future world where every single New Testament document has been destroyed. There are no bibles. There are no new testaments. It turns out in that kind of absent of crime scene, no New Testament. You could still determine the history and deity of Jesus from simply the fuse and fallout of history. That's what this book does. It takes a look at nothing other than just the history of unusual places that have Jesus fingerprints all over. I'm like literature art, music, education, science, and even non Christian religions. It turns out, you can reconstruct the story of Jesus from those aspects of culture in a way that may be a surprising to people, because I'm not just going to show that he's had big impact. I'm talking about being able to reconstruct the story from those aspects of culture. Okay. And that's what we're doing. So what you're doing, it's a beautiful thing. You're using logic. The same logic we use as you've said in crime detection. We want to know. People want to know what happened. We demand justice. And in most cases, there is a way to get there, including in what you call or what is called cold cases. There's no body, what do we do? You know what we do, and you have applied your considerable skills to the murder, the execution of Jesus of Nazareth. So what is in this book? I mean, there's so much in here. I was just looking through the illustrations. It's actually fair. I would say that makes it like a really fun read because there's so many different pieces of information. So let us let us know what is in here. Yeah, well, actually, there's over 400 illustrations in the book because that's just the way I think of things in front of a jury. And zone was good enough to let me spend two years building the jury presentations. And then I wrote a book from those stage presentations. That's what that book is. So there's usually every page has got some type of graphic element if it doesn't have a list. But here's what I think you'll find interesting. I heard you recently be an interview about your book. Let's just say Graham, for example. And we talk about the impact of science and how science can demonstrate, well, I don't think people realize that science, the history of science is standing on the shoulders of Jesus of Nazareth and his followers. As a matter of fact, the fathers of the major disciplines in science, all of the major disciplines, from a cosmology from a chemistry, biology, all the way to quantum mechanics and computer sciences. It turns out the fathers of those major scientific disciplines are all Christ followers. Hang on. What you just said, this is the class they think like you say that and we move on. Ladies and gentlemen, did you hear what J Warner Wallace just said, I touch on most of this, not all of what you said in my own book. This is huge news. This is huge news. And when you say Christ's followers, I mean, I would go farther and say that most of them, these are the fathers of these various disciplines and science were profound, devout Christians. That's not the kind of thing most people think. Most people think about this. Diverges from faith. Yes, and you know, those people were sort of out that they wrote in their personal letters and journals about Jesus of Nazareth. If all you had were the personal writings of the science fathers, you would get more information about Jesus than you get from the church fathers. And I have a list. I've never heard of that. That's amazing. That's amazing. Seriously, that's pretty cool. Wow. Well, it is. And so that's why I'm saying, you'd have to destroy more than the New Testament to get rid of Jesus. You'd have to destroy the entire history of science as we know it. I don't think anyone is teaching this to our young people. No one sees this. So dependent upon Christian worldview as a matter of fact, it's been argued and I think dimension suzu wrote this quite well. That.
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"wallace" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
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"wallace" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"I'm talking about creating the awareness. Everybody's okay yeah. It just takes time. Yeah it's takes time now. I imagine people ask you for advice. You know to get some kind of you know everything it's kakatua drums. Well what do you. What do you think. Like is sort of the point of the george wallace. Gory of the henry wallace story. You don't want to store his. it's all about living is all about loving and most important. It's about laughing of my love to make people happy. I think the grazing and we know laughter. Laughter's the greatest medicine in the world. So that's what about Enjoying mytalkers on earth is to give back. Yeah so much fun once again everything. Something i haven't done. And i'm dr modern to kingston want to nelson men don't nelson mandela's cell and so robin owns advocates. Deliberate wall with china is that too much and my best friend in rural. I'm so blessed to help with no imagine coming i. Some things are not meant to be understood. But we're just best friends. Juries on talk about alternative. That's my best friend. Yeah number one. I talked about it on stage. How he is being my girlfriend richest. He got jet. I take about how did you gotta. He's got how a building full of porsches soda you so you can borrow cards for sure. But i can't get him this league because of the chat you've been getting into lasts from him know talking about you know we go to the house houses. Oh big on long island that when you get to the gate you putting security code ways still giving directions to the house and two thousand. Richard saw having fun. He's talking about like you play ping pong you pick piping talked about it last night using when you play pinball eventually the bogle straight right so it is bringing boggles another dog. He turns around crystal bulwer. Would two hundred on two hundred. So i'm just gonna. I don't know what deals going on this rich. People medicines i two pm. I went to the bathroom. My bid was made a chocolate on my pillow is are you sure you weren't at a hotel and the building. Yeah talk about how those things that i can share with him and and when when god brings you with a good friend like that yes can't beat john and it's good you know. Unlike it's nice that that he is generous and shares and remembers where he came from an who came up with nothing to do with who he is today. It has to do with this being my friend. Yeah you know people. Most people have yes. I'm the one that's my buddy does because it's nothing to do with who lives in america burger. Tb and making all that money. Yeah i think that's always important. I mean just from what i've witnessed in show..
"wallace" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"I wanna be comedian so my brothers wanted to be sport. Sports people ended up. But my my my thinking is crazy. I want to just watching all of those shows and and And taking the jokes back to school yesterday was my birthday. And i'm talking about birth. Oh that's right. I forgot i i saw that and i was going to wish you happy birthday and you beat me to it. I'm sorry dave late. I'm late that the presence in the mail. I swear it might those british. Researchers used to call me in the road as my real name wallace. You said henry. Tell me and him a joke. Why do eskimos muster closing. Because it's too cold outside. Just little stupid jokes like that you know. She would look at me and she says you know this kind of joke. we're here. She wanted to dirty jokes and tell dirty jokes. I was talking to her yesterday. I still know my all. My school did is still alive. Call row we still talk to great jobs in the fourth grade and the comedy started. And i'm living my draining. i have done. I reached my goal. I came to be city. I went to college. I because i needed Because you're no stories. Older guy sometime in bonn till they had no price eat. I didn't know what they were going to do it so i don't need to go. Someone who get a financial picture not went to college and got a few degrees now in ohio. Right you you move to ohio. Yeah yeah my. My mom died and schooled in akron. Ohio and studied there when your mom. What prompted that move. What about your mother's death prompted that. Move to ohio and why ohio you bring. There's a reason for iranian. Oh cam seven years knicks. I'm a momma's boy okay. So my mom had passed away. Had my mom away. I don't think i would be a comedian. Mama's boy ranked in atlanta and just with my peers and broke the got a job journals like everybody else on the funniest guy general motors. Yeah yeah making fun of those eldorado. That's right and those needles but if that's the purpose of life or my mom my house she says junior baby want to hospital. I will not be back or don't you thing in life your life is already okay mom. She's gonna hospital like everybody has come back. She did come that everything is laid off the anakin. To this i am mile i went to school. I started working up fiscal. Firestone time over oh a down forty cents off what. What was the connection to akron digit. They're black families.
"wallace" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"I'm andy richter. And i am very pleased today to have a legend comedy legend a landmark like. I had one of the faces on the mount. Rushmore of comedy. Mr george wallace is on today. I'm so happy to have you on. I'd been such a fan for such a long time and we'd met and everything but we're mostly twitter pals. Just yeah and it's so good to be with you. Today becomes an all that what you said about me on your old while. And i loved the way you did it. Because that's what. I do believe not just i just love the ask up stuff. I love it. It's so easy i will. I always say that you know that when people ask about my technique of acting. I say it's just lying. Because i'm not i'm not this guy i'm not i'm not saying i'm just saying these lives and trying to make people believe that on this guy but i'm not really him so it's just lying and they actually do add. Yeah you're doing. What time sometimes to owners. I am so blessed to be able to do what i just like. I i did pray one. Be be the greatest bullshitter in the world. But trump trump kicks miami. Yeah so you have slow. But still but i try not to do any more jobs on them but these degrees should ever so i know you. Don't wanna yeah you don't wanna you don't him to take up any more real estate realistic in your brain and your mind you know in in your soul in the news but the guy is like he is something you don't i don't wanna give it to him..
"wallace" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"No racism they're like watch the guy's fucking and i might watch guys play a video game. No i'm not sure the sport because someone might fly off the bike at two hundred. That's what's thrilling. So morbid dishonest look back into being a rights leader. Now the morbid center of the the darrell bubba wallace. It's been really fun to watch your story. I actually think whatever thoughts you carry about. Whether you should or shouldn't have that attention ultimately great for the sport. I think he got the sport a ton of attention and i think he got a positive positive. Yeah and i think the steps that were taken as a result of your honesty and integrity are going to save that sport. So i think you should feel nothing but positive that you have the light on you. It's worthwhile appreciate that. it's so funny. Throughout all the bad and good tweets as you get obviously the negative. Stand out more. But i know that there's so much more positive and telling myself that it's like okay. We're good but still negative pisses me off guard on my just. Just want to punch to the screen. But that's right. You know it only fuel more. Hey we got a hug him through the screen. Bubba that's right. I love overhead every day. That's right by manuel. Great luck to you the rest of the season. Thank you really cool to get to talk to you. And i hope you i hope you make it to the dunes. Yeah that would be. That'd be awesome. I'll definitely take you up on that. We'll be out there on the west coast. We got snow coming up. So we'll be out there. I've been on my own crusade out there to end the confederate there. It's probably only second nascar's take monica life out there and it's like a one hundred percent of the flags on the dune buggies trump. Everyone just give these people chance they don't like you have to like personally go around and be like so you need to take down and this is why like us. I've a real person. Yeah we'll figure it out percent g monica pleasure meeting. Thanks.
"wallace" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"No racism they're like watch the guy's fucking and i might watch guys play a video game. No yeah. i'm not sure the sport because someone might fly off the bike at two hundred. That's what's thrilling. So morbid honest look back into being a rights leader. Now the morbid center of the the darrell bubba wallace. It's been really fun to watch your story. I actually think whatever thoughts you carry about. Whether you should or shouldn't have that attention ultimately great for the sport. I think he got the sport a ton of attention and i think he got a positive positive. Yeah and i think the steps that were taken as a result of your honesty and integrity are going to save that sport. So i think you should feel nothing but positive that you have the light on you. It's worthwhile i appreciate that. It's so funny. Throughout all the bad and good tweets as you get obviously the negative. Stand out more. But i know that there's so much more positive and telling myself that it's like okay. We're good but still negative pisses me off guard on my just. Just want to punch to the screen. But that's right. You know it only fuel more. Hey we got a hug him through the screen bubba. Yeah that's right. I love overhead every day. That's right by manuel. Great luck to you the rest of the season. Thank you really cool to get to talk to you. And i hope you. I hope you make it to the dunes. Yeah that would be. That'd be awesome. I'll take you up on that. We'll be out there on the west coast. We got snow coming up. So we'll be out there. I've been on my own crusade out there to end the confederate probably only second nascar's take monica life out there and it's like a one hundred percent of the flags on the dune buggies trump flag. Everyone just give these people chance they don't like you have to like personally go around be like so you need to take down and this is why like us. I've a real person. Yeah we'll figure it out percent g monica pleasure meeting. Thanks.
"wallace" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Yes super cool. Yeah i've gotten to know. Jimmy obviously race for kyle busch and the truck series. Kevin harvick has been a big supporter of mine. Do you know matt craft. And now that. I'm seeing your goal craft and yeah absolutely we go way back. We're on the dunes together. All the time oh cool. that's awesome. Yeah we have the same kind of sand rail. Tatum and he runs the nascar motor in his fucking. Which so oh yeah. He's got yeah he's got it all you know. He's been doing that for a long time. he's always asked. Hey you need to come out and enjoying the dunes. So i may have to take him up on that one day. It is the most fun you can have okay so now a couple of cool things that well let's get into some of the ways that they're evolving. Thank god outside of just adding road courses and whatnot. The most recent thing that happened was they finally said no confederate flags at the races anymore. That was just a week ago. Maybe almost a year ago. Oh i watched the race day. And i felt like it was brand new so it was a year ago. So what happened at martinsville and martinsville was two weeks ago and so they could have been talking about our tom or we were here at martinsville for the first time last year. That's when everything happened so that can be that. Yeah i have to imagine your presence. There has something to do with that. Yeah i mean. I ultimately called nascar to get rid of the flyer. Yeah i feel like you're in a really of all the sports that you would want to be vocal about. Blm lewis hamilton is very very vocal about blm gets to be very supported. It's not that big of a swing in formula one to take that position. But nascar is a southern tradition. There's never been a per-capita flag. Flying event that had as many confederate flags is probably previous nascar races. and so. you're in a very precarious situation to be vocal about your beliefs. Because i think the base generally is on the other side of that argument or at least traditionally has been when you've thought about being vocal and you thought about the risk you'll take on which again is so much more significant than doing it in the nba. Doing it anywhere. I would argue. What you where you're doing. It is probably the hardest place to do it. Yeah what's that risk reward analysis look like in your head. I don't know if there's much risk. Yeah you're gonna lose some fans but so be it The reward is revolutionizing the sport and changing for the better. But that's huge. That's going to be much bigger than any race win on that. I'll have and accepting. That is huge. Yeah now before last year before. All that stuff went down. I was getting introduced a bubble wallace driver of the forty. Three getting a decent amount of cheers and it was cool. Yeah now i'm right up there with kyle busch sometimes more than kyle busch than than on the booze and i haven't even done anything on track to piss anybody off and so it's i feel like it's more on a personal level like personal hatred that people it's not like kyle busch his attitude sometimes as people give him crap for that. Yeah sure i'll have said was. Hey let's get rid of confederate flag in sort allowing people and all of a sudden. I'm getting more boost. So that comes from personal hatred. I feel. that's just for me speaking yet. Now i imagine you were probably at the race that michelle obama came out. Everyone booed ria that race. No.
"wallace" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"World come welcome. Welcome to armchair expert experts on expert obeying shepard. I'm joined by monica mouse. They're doing great over the mice. I know you're the secretary of my good. They had a nice long weekend. They got really drunk. Okay so the nursing some hangover those my lap up a little liquor out of a liquor cab. That's right or the mice excited about spotify. They are so excited a marine around once they're drunk pave all made accounts and they're really excited. They're mostly excited because it's free it's free. It's absolutely free to download the app. It's so easy you're just going to pick that up over the other epa you might have been using but probably already on spotify point is. It's so simple. yeah also we have an incredible. I guess by that. I'm so excited so for me. I couldn't get here quick enough because i cannot release. I cannot wait to release that gas but also very excited to release this guests. They do bubba. Wallace bubble bubba wallace bubble wallace on iraqi on iraqi bubble wallace. Wanna do wanna love you wanna hug you wanna squeeze you too. You can cut this out. Monica bubble walls is a professional stock car racing driver. He competes full time in the nascar cup series as well as part time in the nascar camping world truck series now amazing spokesperson for nascar such a blast talking to him and i normally am not. I don't know much about it. It's not really my thing but he was so interesting and cool very engaging charismatic. And i'm gonna tell you something. Very handsome mary. Because you don't have to be good looking racecar driver. That's kind of the beauty of you're wearing a helmet all the time. Like us site podcasters. Yes we can afford to look the way we do. But it's it's a shame that bubbas helmet to be honest with you. Yeah please enjoy bible wallace. We are supported by third love. Monica monica i love a third love. Tell us about your third. Love fits so perfectly and the straps are so comfortable often. You'll see girls to kind of like tug at their straps. Sure wrestling with their brassieres. Don't have to do that with their love. True and obviously best part is that there's so many sizes so you will find something that fits truly perfect. Well also you got to think of your brassiere is something.
"wallace" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"World come welcome. Welcome to armchair expert experts on expert obeying shepard. I'm joined by monica mouse. They're doing great over the mice. I know you're the secretary of mice. Pretty good they had a nice long weekend. They got really drunk. Okay so the nursing some hangover those mysolar lap up a little liquor out of a liquor cab. That's right or the mice excited about spotify. They are so excited marine around once they're drunk pave all made accounts and they're really excited. They're mostly excited because it's free it's free. It's absolutely free to download the app. It's so easy you're just going to pick that up over the other epa you might have been using but probably already on spotify point is. It's so simple. yeah also we have an incredible. I guess by that. I'm so excited so for me. I couldn't get here quick enough because i cannot release. I cannot wait to release that gas but also very excited to release this guests. They do bubba. Wallace bubble bubba wallace bubble wallace on iraqi on iraqi bubble wallace. Wanna do wanna love you wanna hug you wanna squeeze you to. You can cut this out. Monica is a professional stock car. Racing driver. He competes full time in the nascar cup series as well as part time in the nascar camping world truck series now amazing spokesperson for nascar such a blast talking to him and i normally am not. I don't know much about it. It's not really my thing but he was so interesting and cool very engaging charismatic. And i'm gonna tell you something. Very handsome mary. Because you don't have to be good looking racecar driver. That's kind of the beauty of it. You're wearing a helmet. All the time. Like us site podcasters. Yes we can afford to look the way we do. But it's it's a shame that bubbas helmet to be honest with you. Yeah please enjoy bible wallace. We are supported by third love. Monica monica i love a third love. Tell us about your third. Love fits so perfectly and the straps are so comfortable often. You'll see girls to kind of like tug at their straps. Sure wrestling with their brassieres. You don't have to do that with their love. True and obviously best part is that there's so many sizes so you will find something that fits truly perfect. Well also you got to think of your brassiere is something.
"wallace" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"A brand new episode of getting to the truth in his art. I'm your host. Rob lee and today's guest is just gonna hit you with less unless guests. So this guess is noted musician corey wallace. Welcome to the podcast for having me. Thank you welcome. Take that initially right right right right because i was sitting night all of that. No it in looking at different tv shows is Like a diese marrow. Whenever they're introducing their guests these is always like a lustrous lustiest hitting like what better word the you have been to introduce. Alestra has guest. So i thank you know man one of the things i try to try to. I try to inject some stuff. You'll go on different interviews and you're listening interviews and things like that and sometimes it doesn't fit within it like the network is just me talking talking junk and being basically wild and is like. I can't go to left you know because it doesn't come off as authentic absolutely you know so we are in a yearbook lighting kind of next to each other. You know my my real last name and your name that same page right kind of the tallest guys in that class or what have you. So it's you know watching end. Couple classes like me ninth and tenth grade absolutely absolutely. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah because i i mean. We saw each other on a hallway. We you know. Say it was good but like i know like i know there were everybody had different paths like starting in like the eleventh and twelfth grade. I really got into music. So i wasn't seen anywhere else. Outside of the international baccalaureate classrooms. I was in our like in every ban and then we even had groups that we made up and i was starting to try to gear towards you know getting into college and becoming a musician so in a wave of kind of being in every kind of pocket which is not too far from where i stayed at in the subsequent decade almost two decades and the reminds me of how wash i am but I joked about the other day i was like. I pluck. my and my mom's like you can't do that..
"wallace" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Uk edition of women in crime is just one case of type of attack that has become an epidemic in the uk and megan. This is one that is going to really sick with you. I know we don't know that much about berlin. Wallace we do know is that she emigrated to the uk from south africa and although little has been published about her childhood i read some reports that she had suffered abuse that she gave birth to a child when she was just fourteen years old later her boyfriend had passed away and then her son had died several years later. Berlin was the victim in a brutal gang rape when she was around twenty years old before she came to the uk at the time of the incident that we're discussing today. Berlin was forty eight years of age and she was a part time fashion student at the university of west of england in bristol in the united kingdom. It's unclear if she was employed at the time or even what her previous work history was people that knew berlin a- saying that she often had trouble controlling her emotions and she was often angry person. If or history true. I kind of. Don't blame her but there were reports of depression and anxiety. But i'm not sure if she was medicated. Or seeking professional help or lena met mark van. Dongen who was in his early twenties at the time in two thousand and ten the two met through a website for people who are living with hiv. Despite the nearly twenty year age gap. They hit it off and some say that mark was inspired by berlin a- and really comforted knowing that she had been living with hiv for more than twenty years. She had allegedly contracted the virus as a result of the sexual assault that she had endured back in south africa. I think berlin made mark feel hopeful since he had been more recently diagnosed. He reportedly contracted the virus from an ex girlfriend. At the time the two met online mark was living in the netherlands..
"wallace" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"And She wanted this one part to really go fast and build and you know and I. It was all well legally and I couldn't get and I was getting so frustrated and so I hear from around the corner where she's watching the monitors i Mike Wallace take a breath. You're fine you've got so she got me laughing. which interestingly enough I? I used to teach her in acting class. I would teach my actors that if you ever get frustrated and you can't get the words out just start laughing happing because then it will allow you to breakthrough of your resistance. That's what she did and she used it on me and the neck was perfect and the child chill direct or lead in this case. Or Wow. That's such a great story. And I I know what you're saying my laughter because breath is used when you laugh belly laugh especially that's terrific your rating throughout your whole body. What a great idea? Great idea before we talk about one particular film you have had so many awards awards you appear at conventions. Some would call one of the Queens of geeked him one of those teams. Because I've never heard because science CI- fiction fans are sweet and lovely harmless people but you know we and I consider myself one we fall into a different kind of category. But is that fun hanging out with people at convince my God I love my fans i. They're like family to me. I love their stories. I I love to hug him I I I. I don't think.