35 Burst results for "Wheeler"
Tom Weiler Talks Military Service, MN House Seat
"People need to know story. You are a submariner. Would you tell people your service? Because I got to talk to you about Putin's threat last night because all of a sudden, every submarine or under the water all over the world is on alert. Yes, sir. And real quick, if people want to vote for Wheeler or wyler, I'll take votes for both. But yes, I was a submariner for 20 years. All things equal, I thought I'd still be driving submarines, you know, in the South China Sea or the Mediterranean, but I got a medical curveball with Parkinson's a few years back. But no, the submarine community is definitely, it's a different world this morning than it was last night. And that's unfortunate, but sort of a series of unforced errors here. I think by the Biden administration has contributed to where we are with the crises in Ukraine. Clearly, mister Putin is ultimately responsible for the tragedy occurring right there. The current war and we do need smart pragmatic commonsense leadership to bring this crisis to a resolution and stop the bloodshed.
Where God Leads God Provides: A Discussion With Matt McPherson
"Talking about, you made guitars, your dad, when did your dad was in a, was it a side sort of job or side hustle today's language that you're making guitars in the 70s, 80s? When did the, when did it become moving out from your own? I know in 91 is when you got your patent on the solo cam for the actual bow itself. Tell us about that transition because God had laid this in your heart and sometimes I see so many people today and I'm sure you have it in your company. You get young people who have an idea, but they don't want to wait to see God build it. I mean, he builds stuff from small things. And this is, I'd love to hear that story on how it transitioned. Well, you know what? I had been doing some, you know, because I'm wired to be an engineer, my father had patents, my uncle, my mom's side had patents. I was just kind of wired to be an engineer. And so early 70s, I had made a two cam compound bow before anybody ever had one. They were all four wheelers and 6 wheelers at that point. And I was hunting with a two cam. And I'm going, you know, I mean, I'm a kid, you know, I'm like, let's see how old was I for like 15? And I'm out hunting with a singing, thinking, why aren't they making it this way? You know, so I was being innovative throughout that time. And then in the later 70s, I honestly, you know, you start questioning, say, God, you know, what would you have me do in life? Because I'm taking up space, I'm breathing air. I'm eating food. And I don't want to be a taker. I want to be a giver. The world is full of takers. I want to somehow I want to be a giver in this world. God, show me how to do that. And I literally heard him say to me, I mean, audibly, it was to me it was audible. He said, I'm going to prosper you in business. So you can be self sufficient administrator.
Feds Seize Large Numbers of Fentanyl Pills
"So I had to zero heads, U.S. border agencies, 1.6 million fentanyl pills and a big rig Destin for U.S. cities, so the port director of a guy by the name of Michael humphreys tweeted in a huge tweeted a huge cache of drugs was discovered in an 18 Wheeler trailer for compartment. Agents in Arizona sees a mind numbing 1.57 million fentanyl pills, 114 pounds of cocaine that were hidden within secret compartments of a tractor tractor trailer. The vehicle was attempting to cross into Arizona from Mexico at the nogales port of entry when the customs and border patrol agents, why not they just say border patrol, where God takes take that back agent stopped stopped it for an inspection. So at this trailer rig had this truck not been stopped, you're talking about potentially thousands of lives. Guys, I think in 2020, approximately 20, 50,000 people died in the U.S. due to opioid overdoses and 2021, if I'm not mistaken, the number was approximately a 100,000, I believe slightly over and it says here there was no word if the seizure was a record breaking bus earlier this summer. They noted the unprecedented levels of fentanyl entering the country via the southern border. Thank you China and thank you Biden. Thank you, mayorkas, for the open borders, really appreciate it, killing Americans left and right.
Bassitt, Mets blank Phils again for 17th win in 20 games
"The red hot mets made it two or three against the Phillies with a 6 to zero win The mets have won 17 of their last 20 Chris Bassett picked up his tenth win as the mets held Philadelphia to two runs in three games It's hard to score on us I mean that's kind of what we're built for and we're going to have face really good really good lineups hopefully in the playoffs Francisco Lindor knocked in his 82nd run the most ever by emits shortstop Zach Wheeler took the loss Mike mancuso New York
Realmuto, Wheeler lead Phils past Marlins 4-1 for 6th in row
"Before they got a pair of RBIs who catch her JT real mutual and a four one win over the Marlins with immune cell hit an RBI double in the bottom of the first his solo home run in the bottom of the fourth book of one one tie Everybody wants to be contributing offensively doesn't always work out that way So when you do feel good and you're helping the team a lot at the plate it's obviously a good feeling Gene said girl also homework for the fills Zach Wheeler picked up the win Michael luongo Philadelphia
Castellanos HR after overturned call, Phils beat Braves 3-1
"Nick Castellanos two run Homer in the 8th was a difference as a Phillies earned a split in their two game series with the braves by a three one score You know I lost yesterday to be able to get this win and to come back 5 and one on the road trip Every game is important especially within our division Cassano's Homer was set up when an inning ending double play was reversed on appeal Phillies catcher JT real Muto hustle down the line to beat the throw at first to set up Castellanos winning Homer Philly starter Zach Wheeler give up only one run in 7 innings to get his tenth win Jim Hart Atlanta
Schwarber, Wheeler power Phillies to 8-7 win over Pirates
"Kyle schwarber and Zach Wheeler starred in the Phillies 8 7 win over the pirates Schwarber belted his national league leading 32nd Homer a three run shot that put the fills ahead 7 zero in the 6th inning Wheeler blank the box until Cal Mitchell's two run Homer in the 7th Wheeler allowed just two other hits over 7 frames Nick Castellanos had three of the Phillies 15 hits As Philly won for the third time in four games Pittsburgh scored 5 times in the knife before sir Anthony Dominguez got the final out for his 6th save Zack Thompson was tagged for 7 runs at 11 hits over 5 and two thirds I'm Dave ferry
Cubs score 5 in 10th to beat Phillies 6-2
"The cubs erupted for 5 runs in the tenth inning to beat the Phillies 6 to two Third baseman Alec bohm made two miscues during the rally including an error that brought home two runs Wilson Contreras capped the scoring with an RBI double Nico Horner homered and scored the tie breaking run The home run was one of just three hits allowed by Philly starter Zack Wheeler in 7 innings Marcus stroman blank the fills until JT real mutos RBI single in the 7th ended his night The cubs have won three in a row since the 9 game losing streak I'm Dave
Hernández homers twice, Jays win first game under Schneider
"The Blue Jays whip the Phillies 8 to two after making a managerial change before the game John Schneider was promoted from bench coach to interim skipper following the dismissal of Charlie Montoya Teoscar Hernandez hit a pair of two run homers to lead the Jays to just their fourth win in 13 games this month Vladimir Guerrero junior also homered and Ross stripling held the Phillies to a pair of runs over 7 innings The Phillies dropped their fourth in a row despite Bryce and stats to run blast Losing pitcher Zack Wheeler was reached for 6 runs and 7 hits over four and two thirds I'm Dave
Bohm, Wheeler spark Phillies to 2-0 win over Cardinals
"Zack Wheeler pitches 7 innings and gives up 5 hits while striking out 5 in the Phillies two nothing win over the Cardinals the Philadelphia offense was provided by Alec bohm who is a pair of home runs They were his first Homer's since June 7th Can't really put too much weight on that and think oh I haven't had a Homer in a while then you start trying right So you know for me it's just going up there having good at bats and where I'm at in the order just trying to get on base because those guys at the top are driving in a lot of runs Adam Wainwright tos a complete game while taking the losses now 6 and 7 the fills of one four or 5 the cards are losers of 5 of their last 6 Mike Reeves St. Louis
Wheeler, Hoskins, Realmuto lift Phillies over Cardinals 4-0
"Zack Wheeler picked up his 7th win in the Phillies Homer twice in a four zero shutout of the Cardinals Wheeler scattered four hits over 7 innings and didn't allow more than one base runner in any inning It was the third time he's been part of a combined shutout this season Nick Nelson and Corey can able completed the whitewash Rhys Hoskins and JT real Muto provided the long balls Hoskins is hitting three 41 with 9 Homer 17 RBIs in 18 runs scored in his last 25 games Adam Wainwright was reached for four runs on 8 hits over 5 and two thirds I'm Dave
AVMA President Speaks out Against FDA Order
"Talking to you about the latest attempt to control people's lives. It is amazing the FDA, which is lost the respect of half this country as a decent, honest broker of scientific help to this country. The association of vapors, the vapor manufacturer American vapor manufacturing association. Their spokesman Amanda Wheeler, actually the president, not spokesman, said, measured in lives lost and potential destroyed, FDA staggering indifference to ordinary Americans and their right to switch to the vastly safer alternative of vaping will surely rank as one of the greatest episodes of regulatory malpractice in American history.
Update on the latest sports
"EP sports I'm shark Freeman The Golden State Warriors made it look easy and gave one of the NBA's Western Conference Finals a lopsided one 1287 win over Dallas Steph Curry had 21 says the offense was in full throttle We had a couple possessions and third quarter we got in trouble but for the most part we were pretty decisive Warriors were helped when the Mavs high scoring guard Luka Dončić was held to a quiet 20 on 6 of 18 shooting NHL playoff openers Carolina used Ian Cole's overtime goal to beat the New York rangers two to one Oh good obviously Winning the game is what matters You know kind of getting our first taste of OT is great High scoring a fair in Calgary the flames beat Edmonton 9 to 6 on the hat trick from Matthew chuck To baseball the LA Dodgers have won 5 in a row Mark Myers reports on a 5 three win over Arizona The game turned in the fourth inning when the Dodgers put up four runs turning a two to one deficit into a 5 two lead Justin Turner had the big blow a three run Homer off Zach Davies Colorado down San Francisco CJ Crone's three run shot in the 8th inning lift at the rockies to a 5 three win Kesten Hiro made his return to the major is a good one He smashed a two run Homer at the bottom of the 11th inning and it lifted Milwaukee to a 7 6 comeback win over Atlanta Guys the game went on at basketball better and I think there's some opportunities where I kind of missed out on So you just wanted to just want to get the runner over Nick pavetta is two hitter carried Boston pass Houston 5 to one New York mets beat St. Louis 13 to four Zack Wheeler tossed 7 shutout innings in Philadelphia's three zero win over San Diego Command was good for the most part It wasn't all the way there but it was good for the most part Get away with some pitches for sure Other winners Washington Pittsburgh the New York Yankees Texas Minnesota Kansas City Seattle and Tampa also won The PGA Championship will begin today without Bryson DeChambeau who withdrew because of his surgically repaired wrist Check free button AP sports
Wheeler K's 9 in 7 shutout innings, Phillies top Padres 3-0
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Phillies finish 4-game sweep of Rockies behind ace Wheeler
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Tshiebwe shines again, No. 7 Kentucky beats Florida 71-63
"Ask her she way had twenty seven points and fifteen rebounds for his twenty fifth double double of the season pushing seven Frank Kentucky to a seventy one sixty three win against Florida game right before I came on Wednesday night we just come in fives when you find them and they're always going to help save the national player of the year candidate scored seventeen of Kentucky's nineteen points over a seven and a half minutes span that included both tabs cheap way provided the team's first eleven points of the second half is thirteen straight double double severe Wheeler added thirteen points for the visitors and Kellan Grady chipped in eleven Colin Castleton led the Gators with twenty three points and eleven rebounds I'm the ferry
No. 7 Kentucky uses hot shooting to top Mississippi 83-72
"After she way had a double double and seventh rank Kentucky shot sixty percent in an eighty three seventy two win over Mississippi she boy had eighteen points and grabbed fifteen boards he scored six straight and help the Wildcats take a fourteen point lead with about six minutes left before the rebels rallied severe Wheeler chipped in sixteen points in Thai Thai Washington added fourteen off the bench coach John Calipari says he likes the makeup of this team I always tell you I like I'm taking talent you know I've said that from day one but here's the good news this is a veteran talented team if you could get both that's what you want and we have that Kentucky's twenty four six overall thirteen and four in the SEC I'm Dave Ferrie
Hopkins helps No. 6 Kentucky rally, then survive LSU 71-66
"Bryce Hopkins came off the bench to score eleven of his career high thirteen points during a fifteen to run in the second half of six right Kentucky seventy one sixty six decision over LSU the shorthand the Wildcats trailed thirty six twenty eight just after halftime and needed offense besides Oscar she boy who had seventeen points and sixteen rebounds Kellan Grady and Davy on men's also had thirteen points for the Wildcats who played their second consecutive game without injured starting guards Ty Ty Washington and severe Wheeler I'm Dave Ferrie
"wheeler" Discussed on Revision Path
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"wheeler" Discussed on Revision Path
"Web two stuff, right? Yeah, we gotta have organizations that are designed centric. And so that's kind of like where I see it going. I mean, I think whether it's from the metaverse, whether it's on web three virtual reality, augmented reality, the way that we operationalize still to the certain point needs to be the responsibility of everybody. And so I think that is kind of where I see design going. I know that's not like a super trendy kind of answer. But I think organizations really do have to do a better job of just thinking design is a service. I think there are some companies that are doing really great things, but I don't want that to necessarily think that the industry as a whole is evolving. So yeah. What would you say has been the best career advice that you've gotten? I don't know. It's tough, right? Because I think some of the best career advice I've had is super simple. It's just a matter of me executing. But yeah, I mean, I think honestly, it really comes down to asking questions. Being curious, asking questions, and I think the question piece is not necessarily in a place where you are not in a normal onboarding sense, but like questioning why things are the way that they are the way that why are they the way that they are? I think we've operated so long in a world where we don't question those things and we have to deal deal with the consequences and the consequences may directly indirectly affect us or we're around a bunch of folks that don't care. And that in itself is already destructive in its nature. Where do you kind of see yourself in the next 5 years? What kind of work do you want to be doing? You're bringing out all the hard questions..
"wheeler" Discussed on Revision Path
"But then once we got processors and graphic interface that were fast enough, then that's when we got the iPhone, right? So this is another one of those moments where, yeah, the price of headsets are significantly cheaper than they were before, right? Now we've got we've got this blockchain technology. We now have these different currencies that you can use in these different worlds and so it feels like everything is there. Yeah, with metaverse and like cryptocurrency and all of this starting to mesh together. I can see where it's confuses a lot of people, but also this is happening. It's not a, oh well, maybe no, it's happening. It's happening right under our noses and I hate to I mean it sounds almost, you know, kind of like apocalyptic in a way, but it's happening. It's happening and it's either like you need to figure out where you fit in in this or you get left behind. Or you're gonna be the 50 year old on TikTok. Look, yeah, are you gonna be like my mom who is like completely tech averse and it's like, I give her a cell phone and she turns it off until I have to tell her when I'm calling. Like that sort of thing. You know, because, you know, I don't want to get tracked, but I don't want them tracking me. I'm like, okay, but it's getting to that. I see it getting there. And yeah, I got to even see smartphones starting to do more with VR and AR and mixed reality, which were even starting to see with Google, like Google has their maps that sort of layer there, own way finding on top of what you view out in the camera and it's happening. If it's happening, it's definitely happening. You know, I think in the tech sense, it feels it feels like that moment when the iPhone came out, if folks can remember, like, people see what the possibilities are. People are doing a lot of experimentation..
"wheeler" Discussed on Revision Path
"And so I think nowadays, it's like, huh, if I go to a concert, I have a token or have an NFT from it. And maybe if that's tied to Ethereum or whatever kind of digital coin, then that can be valued over time, right? I think it's really interesting that you've got this economy, right? As another layer to, hey, who are you? Oh, I'm famous on the Internet, because yeah, you know, like, we were traveling this up before. You got people that can make $300,000 in a week. Yeah. Millions in a month, just selling NFTs online. Never do a gallery show. Not in a museum. I think it's super fascinating. The other part that sort of super fascinating too is, you know, for many people kind of the entry point into the metaverse are NFTs like we've mentioned, but what I saw from this conference with there being these multiple metaverses is that there's a huge problem with interoperability, so there's all these metaverses, but if you buy an NFT, for example, and it's locked to a particular metaverse, you can't necessarily or like it's minted with a certain amount of it. I guess that's the terminology. But you can't use it with another metaverse. And they were like, oh yeah, it's like if you go to Foot Locker and buy shoes, but you can only wear them in the store. And so they're thinking of like, well, what are ways that we can tie some sort of intrinsic real world value to an NFT to make it more of a, I guess, more of a lucrative sort of thing. But I mean, this conference touched on land ownership in the metaverse, it touched on things about digital well-being, cultural appropriation, because one thing with being in the metaverse is that you're represented by an avatar..
"wheeler" Discussed on Revision Path
"That there's been a bit of a common thread among your guests? No, I think there's some folks that have definitely done sort of the linear approach. I think there's some folks that have kind of figured it out along the way and had a very meandering path. And so I think that's what's important. There's not like one way to do things. Did that answer your question? Oh yeah, absolutely. It did. Now, you know, you talked about LinkedIn and even sort of venturing out of these different spaces like you've mentioned with black and design. And one thing that LinkedIn did recently was that they participated in Afro tech world, which was sort of like a, I guess you could metaverse, essentially, but it's like a conference in the metaverse. And I know you told me that you didn't get a chance to attend that, but what did you hear back from how that experience was? Yeah, this was the second year that Afro tech had done the maid of our thing, right? So for folks that aren't familiar, Afro tech world is a conference, I believe they said they had, I think they had like 10,000 folks buy tickets. I think 7000 showed up. It's a global conference where folks talk about a lot of different topics around technology design engineering, product management, venture capital, all that. And so the experiences in a virtual world. And so you could basically dress up your avatar, you can network with folks. You could have one on one meetings on a beach in a jet ski on a boat, right? It's whatever you want to make it. And so I think a lot of folks were excited at the concept. You know, because you could kind of have folks have an experience together without physically being in the same place, right? I think definitely it is novel..
"wheeler" Discussed on The Kicker
"So the drum beats are getting louder and louder that may force news organizations that took the steel dossier, which was this collection of allegations about Trump and Russia took it seriously. Last week, The Washington Post announced that it was cutting some stories and editors knows on stories about some of their coverage of the basically admitting that they're reporting was flawed that the source that they were light on was unreliable. There are hints of more of these sort of reckonings to come. And it sort of the whole thing raises questions about the media's coverage of Trump of Trump and Russia and the dossier as this kind of symbol of all that was wrong there. It's super complicated. There are a lot of parties. There are a lot of legal actions. There's indictments with investigations, which is why I'm so happy to be joined today by Eric limbo media critic for The Washington Post. And Marcy Wheeler, a writer who writes for a blog empty wheel net, who have both followed this in incredible detail and are going to help us sort through it all. Welcome Eric mercy. I want to start with a question that I tried to sort of frame in a piece that suggested this week, which was, why is it, is it your sense, it's my sense of it's taken a long time for there to be a sort of a broader media sense that this document is fatally flawed and really start holding news organizations to account. Is that your sense as well and why do you think it's taken as long as it has marcie let's start with you. I think for one, because the issue got so polarized, so. For Republicans, the entirety of the Russian investigation is the dossier. For normal people, we have undercover. And as a deliberate way to undercut there's abundant reason to believe that was the entire point of any disinformation in it. Paul Manafort came back from a meeting with Oli da paska deputy and told rent's priebus, we're going to undercut the Russian investigation by talking about the dossier full time. And that is exactly what has happened for four years leading up to the derm investigation, which led up to this indictment. So that's what the Republican Party has been doing relentlessly ever since..
"wheeler" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Communism is just red herring like all members of the oldest profession. I'm a capitalist. Hello and welcome to muller she wrote. I am the host formerly known as ag. I no longer work for the government. So you can call me. Alison gill if you want to. You can follow me on twitter under that name. As well as miller she wrote and daily beans pod big show today is i break down. The failed pathetic and frankly unauthorized. Investigation of the oranges of the trump. Russia probe conducted by john. Durham appointed by bill bar. I'll also be going over the suspension of rosemary. Rabe lick one of trump's to lenders at deutsche bank subsidiary that i think was funded by russian banks as discussed in enriches book dark towers and we have marcy wheeler joining us this week to discuss some of the new rick gates three twos and how some of the reductions have changed from being redacted for privacy concerns to being redacted for open and ongoing matters. So that's interesting. I haven't seen a change like that. Of course i'm doing this for very long. And of course an update on devon and his multiple frivolous lawsuits that. No one can seem to figure out who's financially backing them. Which is a house ethics violation but anyway lots of good stuff today. So let's Let's kick it off with just the facts all right first up a story. That isn't getting nearly enough attention from alex paducah at financial advisor. Iq the financial industry regulatory authority or finra has suspended former president. Trump's personal banker at deutsche bank on august ninth rosemary vrebac who resigned from the bank in december. Twenty twenty was suspended indefinitely for failing to provide information. Requested by the industry's self regulator. That's according to broker check under finra rules if she fails to request the termination of her suspension within three months of the suspension ray book will be automatically barred on october eighteenth. That's according to the self regulator. Ray blick who helped secure hundreds of millions of dollars for trump's company resigned from deutsche bank at the end of last year saying in a statement. She was looking forward to her retirement. I was new york times report in january. We went over that. According to her broker check profile. The bank permitted her to resign over allegations that she quote engaged in undisclosed activities related to a real estate investment by the representative including the purchase of the property from a client managed entity and the formation of an unapproved outside entity to hold the investment. And we went over all that with enrich on the show. Deutsche bank has begun an internal review. They had begun in two thousand thirteen into real estate. Deals between rabe lick and a company owned in part by. Jared kushner as. We know who is trump's son-in-law and also very blix client. That's according to the new york times ray books colleague at the bank dominic skulls iw was also involved in the deals and has also been suspended and has left. The firm scuzzy left a firm over the same allegations as deutchebanks wrote explaining ray blake's departure and that's according to his broker check profile finra suspended skulls on august ninth as well also for failing to respond to finres requests for information. He too faces a permanent bar in october. Eighteenth if he doesn't request termination the suspension. Within three months and i will continue to follow this story with you. I just think it's very interesting. That the rumors intelligence that. I've gotten that tom barrack is singing. Like beverly hills and then everyone asks me who beverly sills was That this happens so it's interesting. I don't know that they're connected. Just have a failing and also of course the manhattan district attorney's Review of the trump organization. Also going on right now also very interesting next up from our friend. Adam class feld law and crime. A federal court of appeals ruled in rep devon nunez's favor on wednesday in a defamation suit against reporter ryan eliza in a ruling the california republican the eighth circuit court of appeals rejected the underlying defamation claims over liz's november twenty eighteen esquire article milking the system mu in illegally novel turn however us circuit judges. Stephen colloton who was appointed by bush levinsky smith another gw appointee and ralph erickson. Donald trump appointee revived the claim by nunez that lissa libeled him when reporter linked to the story in november twenty nineteen tweet a quote. I noticed the nunez's in the news lizzy tweeted after being sued by noon this month or the month before. If you're interested in a strange tale about nunez small town iowa the complexities of immigration policy. A few car chases and lots of cows. I've got a story for you. That was lizard tweet. The article in question focuses on my news. Nunez's families sold their california dairy farm and quietly moved operations in iowa member. We did this reporting the article. Also alleges that nunez and his family jockeyed to keep the move a secret it notes that nunez played up the golden state farm aesthetic in his political autobiography while questioning whether the nunez family farm in iowa uses or hasn't a past used undocumented labor like so many farms mid west do nunez lost at the district court level. We're all of his claims. Against eliza and hearst magazine media were dismissed. The appellate court largely agreed with their analysis but part ways on two key aspects here first the first aspect. The higher court allowed defamation. A defamation by implication argument to survive a claim that a series of published and omitted facts can be read as a whole to create a defamatory implication quote based on the articles presentation of facts. We think the complaint plausibly alleges that are reasonable reader could draw the implication that representative newness conspired to hide the farms use of undocumented labor in the end however the reviewing court held because of nunez high profile status. Listen hearst were not acting with actual malice. When the story was originally published that is colin and the other judges said there was no evidence that liz and hearst acted quote with knowledge that it was false or with reckless disregard of whether it was false or not now previous district court and circuit courts into class felt have reached exactly the opposite conclusions about hyperlinked stories that are tweeted but the eighth circuit opined. These decisions do not hold categorically that hyper linking to an original publication never constitutes republication. The ruling quickly set off alarm bells among media attorneys particularly those concerned with what appeared to be the appellate courts erosion of first amendment protections for the press fordham law professor matthew schaefer who teaches a course on media law said the decision was awful in many ways and singled out two aspects of the ruling. That were especially worrisome. If the panel's ruling is allowed to stand the people who share articles that have been subject The subject of defamation lawsuit may be held liable if a plaintiff can adequately show that the person who shared the article had knowledge of the lawsuits existence. That is say the ruling takes the mere existence of a lawsuit as an actionable form of notice that such an article may contain defamatory falsehoods. That's a really huge hit. Two one a and that would mean that the typically high actual malice bar for politicians can easily be met if the allegedly defamed politician simply files a lawsuit in a way quote the decision. Okays gag orders and intentional. Kill switch on an article after a lawsuit is filed. That's shafer again quote. That is so long as the lawsuit with denial is filed. The author of the article cannot redirect people to the original article on pain of waving an actual malice argument on a motion to dismiss. So no word on appeal. But i expect one. It's coming all right. Stay tuned for the fancy indictment league. We're going to break down The political whimpering that is the latest durham indictment. But i i will have discussion with marcy wheeler about roger stone the proud boys and the latest changes to the rick gates three o. Two's.
"wheeler" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"I want phil murphy for governor please get vaccinated jillian these folks back there have list there. Might you've lost your minds. You are the ultimate knuckleheads because of what you are saying. Standing for people are losing their life. Yep people are losing their life and you have to know that. Look in the mirror. Look in the mirror mirror. They have no reflections. they're all vampires. Yeah so that's how. That's phil murphy. The governor new jersey just to show you a contrast. There are governors out there who care about protecting their people. I don't know what ron death sentences thing is i guess. His kids are too young for school so he doesn't have to worry about it. If this is nonsense people are dying there was. I got play for you. This one. Clip dr jonathan. I think it's reiner. I'm probably getting his name wrong. Is a cnn cnn medical expert. Let me play for you. This clip shoot. This is not. The edited won a well. It's okay it's under two minutes and you need to hear this so this was on. Cnn he has three kids to of them. Oh a ten private schools. Okay so david just told me to of death sentences. Three kids are school age. Go to private schools that have masked mandates go figure has little one. The youngest one is is too young. Okay so here is This is this. Dr jonathan reiner and here we go. Don't get your medical advice from. The governor of florida has first of all. There's no nineteen eighteen flu around. There are a number of tools that a chief executive has so chief executive can allow localities to mask up their population. They can certainly allow school districts to mask up kids who first of all Many whom cannot be vaccinated now and protect them. He's prevented that a chief. Executive of the state can allow a vaccine mandates from businesses. He is preventing that chief. Executive can can encourage businesses to to shut down when the viral load is overwhelming. The viral haute in florida is so high right. Now listen to the only really places on the planet where it's hard when louisiana and the other is botswana. Lots so high in florida that i think that if florida were another country we would have to consider banning travel from florida to the united states. He to he needs to understand that he's painted himself into a corner. People are dying at florida. It's going to get much worse hospitals filling children's book as well exactly children as well entry. Children children has to back off a little bit allow localities to do the right thing to mask up to even close businesses down. I've said this. Before if you're in florida now and you're unvaccinated you're very likely going to get covert if you're unvaccinated. Do not go in to a bar or a restaurant. you will absolutely contract this virus. If you are in florida and our unvaccinated do not go into a bar or restaurant you will contract cova unequivocally that's how bad it is down here. I'm back in. i'm in the house. I'm not going out again. And when i do i have my end. Ninety five mask because this time it's well it was real before it's even more real now. I don't know what his end game is. I don't know what he thinks he's going to accomplish with this. Oh man this. Is you know the other ongoing story that we cannot ignore. This is what's going on in our world and we also have that little problem. You know the future of our democracy. Yeah between the the events around january six and now the news. We're hearing from the former acting attorney. General so i have to get all the titles right. jeff rosen. 'cause there was another jeffrey clark who should be in jail. But jeffrey rosen testified before the senate judiciary committee last week. It wasn't the the January six commission and it wasn't it wasn't The justice department. It was the senate judiciary committee just to get it all straight anyway. One person that. I know that i can read about all this stuff is from marcy wheeler marcy wheeler of course Covers it all at empty wheel dot net. She is based in the uk. Show actually in ireland. Sorry not the uk But that's where she's living these days. And i get more better information from her. Twitter feed at mt wheel and the website empty will dot net. I get from most american journalists. So today i thought let's go to marcy wheeler check in with her and see just see how the How it's all coming along right from what we learned about the justice department last week to the prosecution of these five hundred plus people who are arrested at the capital. We're hearing some of them are being sentenced though. The sentences are not very very Very long they're not really prohibitive. So let's find out what's going on so to do that. Let's get marcy wheeler on the line right through the magic of digital stuff. Let's let's head out to ireland okay. normal might be overstating it but that's fine okay So marcy wheeler is with us you. Your blog is just it. I think it's imperative reading for anybody wants to stay up to date especially on what's happening with the prosecution's around january six because you've been all over that are they streaming those proceedings anywhere. How do you how do you how do you criminal. Heartland and factor listeners can call in. there's a. There's a list of phone numbers for each of the judges on the dc court website and you can see each daily calendar With the lists of the defendant. So you know if you're following a case that you're really interested in you can actually go in and call in You can't record every every one of these hearings Very clearly that record the hearing you're going to get into trouble but but thus far depend democ has worked in my favor meeting that i can cover these prosecutions from here in ireland's i see i was wondering how you had all the info because i'm not seeing it really. These individual cases covered anywhere. So let's start with that because this is important. I'm out of there have been over. Four hundred arrests in connection with january six Do you know how many been prosecuted so far there have been over five hundred six okay over five hundred sixty actually cow And there have been a minister. Roughly twenty twenty-five gilkey please of which for our cooperation please Five or cooperation. Please end the rest with one. Exception are misdemeanors so people who were just magris. Sue in general are pleading guilty of creating or some some Misdemeanor that can only carry a six month sentence. They are you being asked to sit down with the fbi to go over there social media and what happened that day and then The government is calling or or one case last week called for jail time for One defendant less than reader. So they're not all gonna get off with probation There was a couple last week where the guy got off. The guy got Sentenced to one month Confinement and the wife got sentenced to two months of home confinement because she was celebrating the instruction afterwards so even though these are misdemeanors are getting more punishment or they may get more punishment than i think. A lot of observers originally thought might happen heavy the the more high profile cases come up yet. You know people that we saw during the photos in the original coverage of the insurrection. So there was a guy in the original photos who Kind of repelled down from the senate gallery onto the floor of the senate All that guy. He did plead guilty in cooperation agreement. So he came to the insurrection with two other guys ronnie sanmen innate the grave they came arms he his name is joe ziya colt And he brought. He brought a glock to dc. But not the insurrection. He brought a glock to the january. Five rally than before but The two other guys sandline graves were involved in two key assaults with cops. I step the door. Where a bunch of people russell to get the easter open which led to basically a second fronts on the on the attack of the capitol and then to open the door of the senate gallery..
"wheeler" Discussed on Corruption Crime & Compliance
"Foster wheeler conduct which had to include several key actors who not only ignored its internal controls and stretch to a knowing circumvention of its due. Diligence controlled controls. Reveal the glaring absence of any commitment to a culture of compliance The italian and brazil agents remember presented for invoices that failed to include basic information relating to the services provided the need for such services the terms of payments and other basic invoice to payment processes instead. It appeared that foster wheeler applaud. Few if any controls. I guess in in the end is circumvention in one. Area of compliance controls can easily expand into avoidance of other significant controls including basic invoices justification documentation and assurances prior to issuance of large payments to problematic third party. The general counsel's conduct here is also incredibly questionable. Given the fact that the general counsel filled out an interim engagement In a temporary engagement with the italian third party knowing that the third party did not pass the due. Diligence requirements And knowing that the third party was Dangerous and that to me was a pretty pretty Significant circumvention here. So i'm always mystified. When legal and compliance practitioners argue that an f. fcpa violation was caused by a quote unquote rogue employees. A bad actor rarely cares. He's out his or her illegal scheme without some level of complicity from other persons. The interesting question to me is usually what level of knowledge the facilitators may have what specific breakdowns occurred either in surrounding controls supervision or oversight to carry out an illegal scheme more than just one one actor has to break bad Alone actor will not succeed unless important controls were never put in place or more likely responsible. Person such as manager supervisors or gatekeepers ignore red flags and failed to respond To rectify the relevant risks foster wheeler just one more example in the fabric of organizational misconduct And in most cases there are multiple factors that occur in the end and they contribute to a root cause failure. It's important to remember to review enforcement cases with this perspective. Well that's where we are an interesting case foster wheeler It's definitely there's some good lessons learned there with regard to third parties and third party. Risk management Will be back. They'll be more. Fcpa cases. i promise you this year There's it's going to be a big year. I think because doj is definitely committed to aggressive prosecution in this area. And we're going to see more cases coming anyway. Thanks everybody thanks for listening. See next week. Thanks again for listening to corruption. Crime and compliance. Please subscribe to the podcast series. The volkhov law group believes that every company should have a robust ethics and compliance program experience in research show that ethical companies are better performers in the global marketplace. You can learn more about the legal and compliance services..
"wheeler" Discussed on Corruption Crime & Compliance
"Nine to five thousand. Okay so let's turn to the foster wheeler fcpa case As i said in the intro this was the first corporate. Fcpa settlement for twenty twenty one Amec foster wheeler which i'll call foster wheeler was acquired by the wood group Based in the uk In about twenty eighteen. I believe and they agreed to pay over eighteen million And then there were other payments that were made in addition to that to settle Bribery charges For bribery activity in brazil. So there's been a lot of talk.
"wheeler" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast
"So you can thrive all right good afternoon and welcome back to the money advantage podcasts. I'm rachel marshall. I've got my co-host bruce wayne or with me and we almost might have a double game going on here. I i'm looking and you guys looking very similar to each other. So bruce is on the top of the screen. He's always with me on the show with the money vintage behind him and eat three bruce. Thank you for joining me today. Good morning or good afternoon. I guess it is It's this is going to be an unusual show because it's actually a entertaining. You don't find those in the wild very often. Not in the wild. So bob wheeler welcome to the show. Thank you so much for joining us. It's great to be here. Hello rachel bruce. Will we met you when we had the pleasure of being guests on your show. Which is the money. You should ask podcast. Just a little quick plug there and we found that it was very fun to be on the show with somebody who was funny and So that was really excellent. So we're going to expect a lot of stand up comedy today. From you know pressure. I know right a so. Thank you so much for being with us today. now. Bob does a lot. We're gonna be talking today about the idea of the money nerve or the feelings and emotions of behalf around money and how to have healthy emotions around money so that you can really be in control of your financial situation. So that is a piece of what he does. He also has a book called the money nerve navigating the emotions of money. He's also as bruce mentioned entertaining. Cpa you've done stand up comedy you've done accounting You've basically got a lot of things and you also are a you teach a seminar that is on core energetics in radical aliveness your radical aliveness practitioner which those words are awesome. So welcome to the show. Thank you so much thank you. Yes and we're very excited. Sure your awesomeness today. So tell us the quick path but take us on a journey. How did you get into this space in the first place. Yeah well kicking and screaming So i actually prepared to to law school. I was going to be a lawyer. Since i was probably nine so i took accounting just to help grade point average in college like everybody right and so what happened was i got to know some of the lawyers and stuff and i thought i don't really like them I think i'll think i'll do accounting. It seems to be pretty easy. And that's basically what happened for me. Was you know. I had all the credentials to sit for the cpa exam so basically it was something that came easy for me Started doing accounting working in the back office hoping. I'd never have to talk to people. Because i was more comfortable with numbers. And that didn't work out swell either because they kept saying no you have to go talk to the clients because you understand these things that are going on so basically i did work for an accounting firm realized that was never going to be a partner. There Starting my own firm and built that up. We've got over a thousand clients and we work with entrepreneurs all kinds of creative folks small businesses and i also then started doing stand up comedy obviously to pay the bills and So i then got called to be the. Cfo of the comedy store..
"wheeler" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"With liz wheeler liz. It's just great to get to know you a little bit. We've not met in person. Even though we traffic in the same conspiracy theories like we believe life begins at conception and all that kooky stuff that kooky religious stuff you are you. Are you married or you. Single i am. I'm married. i've been married for almost four years. And i just gave birth to a little baby girl. Four months ago get out. I understand that. It's not only women that can give birth. Did you know that maybe woke up. This is a funny story. Maybe woke up at about four. Forty five am a couple of days ago and i suggested to my husband at the time that he may be tried to chess feeder so that i could keep sleeping turns out even though the radical left tells us. That's the thing that is not a thing. I had to wake up and feed her. You know there's so many crazy things going on the craziest crazy thing. Is this idea that there's no such thing as men and women i mean if you really wanna be biblical there is nothing more basic in the first words of genesis male and female created. He them you really have to throw the bible in the garbage or on the bonfire if you disagree with that and yet we have many people including again leftist confused people in some churches who who seem somehow to drink the kool aid. And i just don't know what could be crazier than the idea that some people are going to invent a new reality five minutes ago and then make everyone abide by you. Think excuse me where did this come from. Where do you think it came from right. Well it came from us. Mistaken idea of compassion. So this is. This was one of the smart tactics that was used by the radical left. Is they tell us. Do you want to be loving. Do you want to be inclusive. Do you want to be tolerant. Do you want to treat others the way that you want to be treated. Then here's what you do. And they gave you this binary choice. Either you reject. Bitcoin principles and accept delusion. Or you're a terrible person so many people unfortunately fell prey to that. Because i don't know because they weren't taught to think critically because they were indoctrinated in the public schools because their pastors or their priests weren't giving them theologically correct interpretations of the bible because they hadn't studied the word of god themselves. There's a whole host of reasons why people can fall prey to this but the fact of the matter is is just like the catholic church has fallen prey to the idea of social justice being charity. When it's not it's forced redistribution of wealth so to individuals fall prey to the idea of false tolerance. That's not in the bible to say okay in order to love you the way that christ loves you. I'm going to accept your delusion and encourage you to get surgery to mutilate your body. No that's not real compassion real compassionate thing. Jesus loves you just as you are. I see your suffering. And i'm here for you but i'm not gonna tell you something that's not true. Just you might momentarily feel better about what i am going to do as lovingly gently and firmly. Tell you the truth and get you the help that you need. That's harder for christians to do. It's uncomfortable for christians to do but that's true biblical love and they mistake the other Four tolerance well as usual. You've you've summed it up beautifully but it's an extraordinary thing were in that place In our culture where so much Emphasis has been put on love. But it's not even love it's basically it's the antithesis of love it's some it's sloppy emotionalism. And it's a kind of narcissistic desire for love That i want people to approve of me. So i don't want to say anything that might cost me something a gop a love. According to the bible means that it's going to be costly. It's gonna cost me something to love itself sacrificial and self sacrificial means i'm gonna say something that i might become less popular by saying it but i might bless the person to whom i say it. That is out of fashion. And if you say anything that's you know potentially triggering upsetting of people say that's not unloving so people are really having to define even what love is and of course that's That's been going on for some time in this culture We just got a couple of minutes left. What are some of the things we can forward to on your program the lose wheeler show in the weeks ahead definitely so my goal with this new show is to be your podcast when you want to know is this true. What are the facts. Is this reality. I will present not only the facts. I will present reality. We are not going to back down to the bullying from the radical left. We are just going to talk and facts and of course. My opinion is going to be peppered in there. of course it is. That's the basis of the show. But i want to show you my thought process. I want to show you the facts reality. And then i will show you how i drew my conclusion. It's going to be a conversation in that way Between me and between my viewers like. I said we've talked about dr chow fauci. And how he indirectly. Funded that one institute of technology we talked about the derek chauvin verdict regardless of whether you think chauvin did something wrong or whether he did not do something wrong. The verdict should be overturned because the trial itself was unfair. We talked about the deep state the swamp and how the true name for it is the administrative state. And where that came from and how we can unravel it legislatively and judicially. This week we talked about critical race theory its origins and what we can do to fight against it. We have all kinds of topics that people are craving to hear reality. They know it's not just a matter of Is this fact. Is this not fact. who's lying. who's telling the truth. They know people know in our hearts that there is objective. Truth at there is reality and on the list wheeler show. We are going to be champions of reality. Isn't that funny to say that champions out of point now you know when bruce jenna walks into room i i saw him a at trump's inauguration at a ball and i was my breath was taken away at. He's a huge athlete. Dressed in address and wearing heels and stuff and when you're confronted with that you just think how can anybody possibly think that now. Suddenly this is a six foot five gigantic woman. it's a strained. We're living at a time when that what you just said is being challenged reality. And so we're having to say what is true and say what is real over and over and over again And direct people folks like you who who are saying these things because we need to. Reinforce what is really true. so so liz wheeler. I'm grateful for you and grateful for the new program. Congratulations on it and we hope to catch you again very soon. Thank you so much having me today..
"wheeler" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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"wheeler" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Such that cnn and abc and nbc. And pretty much. Everybody is parenting this kind of thing. We weren't there ten or twenty years ago right. Well you phrased it exactly correctly. It's taken decades and it's literally been decades so the marxist that i mentioned who while at the frankfurt school in germany wrote about critical theory as a tool to implement marxism in the west they under threat of nazi of the nazis. They came to america and columbia. University allowed them to set up in the columbia university teacher's colleges. These marxists have not just metaphorically. They have quite literally infiltrated the academic system. And it's taken decades for that to become prevalent in the academic system. It did become prevalent once. It was prevalent in the academic system. Then it took a little time for those in the academic system to taught and to go and progress in their careers enough that they were parodying marxism. But that's where we are now. We've actually had a time lapse long enough that not only the idea seated in higher education. But it's been taught to people who are now in the upper echelons of their careers decades later. That's that's exactly right and that's what's so extraordinary. I think oftentimes there is a cultural lag. In the way things come out but also there's a different kind of cultural lag in the sense that most people didn't see it coming they're living their lives and then suddenly this weird thing appears and they don't know how did this happen. I mean the idea that your average american should be familiar with the term critical race theory. Much less what. It is seems preposterous. What the nazis. They hate the jews. And they're the enemy of america and we're going to go to war but the idea that we have to be familiar with these ridiculous things It really has taken us. Unawares and obviously a lot of churches are completely blindsided. They don't have a clue that this is evil from the pit of hell is marxist eight theism in different clothes. And so you know. They're playing patty cake with it. And they're putting up flags a rainbow flags or whatever it is that must amaze you being catholic right so i kind of divide christianity and i hate to use the word divide when it comes to christianity. But they're sort of three sex in american culture right the evangelical protestants and catholics. And each different way. I think these three denominations have fallen prey to this woke ism. The catholic church has fallen prey to social justice which is essentially socialism just wrapped up in this idea of charity. But it's not really charity when it's coerced when it's redistribution of wealth so the catholic church has fallen short or in fact have fallen prey to a false gospel in that sense. The protestants have fallen prey to just play woke them. They have dying congregations. So they're resorting. To these tenants of woke culture to try to recruit new members to their congregations likewise are abandoning the gospel and evangelical bless their hearts have essentially tried to create alternative institutions rather than taking on the institutions that the radical left is trying to take over. And i don't. I don't blame them. I understand you. Don't wanna send your kid to a public school. You don't want to send them to the movies. You don't wanna let them watch a movie. That has terrible theme to it but instead of taking it on they have acquiesced those institutions and remove themselves creating sort of an alternative community in doing those three things. Those three denominations which should be at the forefront of the defence of these cultural institutions. How fallen somewhat short now. That doesn't mean there's not areas that each each of christianity has done good things in our country. I don't mean to just be pointing the finger and blame but they have fallen short in combating the cultural marxism that we're facing. We're going to go to a break folks. Talking to liz wheeler she has a new show. Yes the liz wheeler show. You can go to lose leila's show dot com and you can find out how to get it. I want to remind my listeners and viewers please go to neutral medics dot com or go to mypillow dot.
"wheeler" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"The things that had really shaped me informed me into who i was was threatened by this radical leftist ideology being peddled by barack obama and so it kind of it kind of hit me all the sudden that listen. I know i'm argumentative. You know you don't you don't get reared you're not reared in a large family with that many siblings without realizing that. You're pretty argumentative. My mom told me that many times. And i realize i'm a perfect fit to fight this culture war to make sure that not only me and my family are able to do. Make the choices that we see fit for our family but to make sure that other families other people in our country are able to make those same choices and so i promised myself the night. The barack obama was elected. That i would dedicate my life to fighting for our country. And that's what i've been trying to do ever since. Well let's just a wonderful thing. i just I'm a huge fan of the home. Schooling movement. I just spoke with dennis prager at a homeschooling convention in houston and everywhere. I go. I meet kids. Who are home schooled with. Their parents usually end within seconds. I just realized these young people are going to take over the world. Thank the lord. I e that the preparation you get as a home school kid is astonishing and everywhere i go. I just say that home schoolers are going to take over the world. It's our hope it's what's interesting. It's below the radar. A lot of people aren't aware of the home schooling did. They're all these kids being schooled you know with constitutional foundations or foundations in the constitution in scripture. It's kind of an amazing thing and you're obviously growing up into the world and being able to you know give back so it's it really is is a cool thing so god bless your mom and dad raising you and your siblings right pretty Pretty extraordinary yeah. One hundred percent in the extraordinary education that i got home. Schooling is all. Do you know to my mom. Being an incredible educator and my dad supporting her in that role. And i'm forever grateful. Because i learnt to think for myself i mean one of the things that my mommies. Tell us that the most important part of learning isn't even the facts that you learn. It's learning how to learn so if there's ever something that you don't know in your life you know how to research it you know how to think critically about it and you know how to draw conclusions for yourself. You don't have to rely on other people to tell you how to think or what to do. And she did an absolutely amazing job teaching us how to do that. Which is enabled me to do what i do right now. It well it is important to know how to think. And i think when you see people who don't know how to think it's disturbing you realize gosh they don't really they don't they. Don't get it. They don't understand the logic there just going off on emotional points and it's a it's a fascinating thing so yeah nothing is more important than learning how to learn thinking how to think we're gonna be right back folks i'm talking to liz wheeler she has a new show. The liz wheeler show. You can look online lose. We lose show dot com. We'll be right back. Hey folks how many years have been telling you about relief factor. What like four. The truth is i know there are millions of people in fact some say over one hundred million people struggling with some kind of pain maybe from exercise getting older. That could do it getting older. Which is why. I am so impressed. With pete. and. Seth talbot they are on a mission. You rarely see this kind of focus and commitment seriously. They recently shared with me that they are doubling down and want to literally double their total number of happy customers in the next year. And i believe they'll do it. So here's the deal if you're struggling with back neck shoulder hip or knee pain. Even general muscle aches and pains than i'm suggesting you order their three week. Quick start still discounted to only nineteen ninety five about a dollar a day to see if we can get you at a painting and then after that less than the.
"wheeler" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"The taxes. Show just one. I have a guest. It's liz wheeler liz. Welcome to the program eric. Thanks so much for having me you. My wife and i really enjoyed watching you. I was gonna say over the years. I don't really know how long you are. And how long were you on. An eye husband tipping point on an for five years. Believe it or not five full years. You just. You're just a child when you began at least you'd look. John looked so young. I was thinking. She's not young enough to host a program but she's not old enough to host program. But you're a little bit older than you look but you look very very young. So you're just twenty six for those interested. I was twenty six. I started and i'm thirty one now. Just a kid. Well you're young enough to give your age. Which is an amazing thing you. We haven't had any women on this program. Who were that young. So i just want you to know to actually age on the air but you listen you. You're proudly conservative. you're proudly pro-life so the headline is you are starting a show. I want to know. I want my audience to know about the show and then i wanna find out your story so tell us about the show. Yeah definitely. I'm super excited. We just launched the liz wheeler show last week. We've done three episodes so far and it's been not only exciting. It's been at so phenomenal to see the response to the show already. I i wanna thank everyone listening. Who's already subscribed given us five star ratings and all the glowing reviews that we've received so if you if that was you. Thank you so much for doing that. If not go ahead and go over to apple podcasts and hit the subscribe button and give me a five star review. We're really excited about this show because we're trying to make it something different. We're try we don't want to be just another voice preaching to the choir another conservative. That sort of whining commiserating amongst ourselves. About what the radical leftists. They're doing we want my podcast. I want on my podcast to be known as someone who takes action. I wanna play offense in the culture war and the reason that i want to do. This is twofold first of all the old adage that politics is downstream of. There's a reason it's an old adage. It's true politics is downstream of culture. And if you don't win the cultural battlers first then you get to the political battlefield. And you've essentially already lost so conservatives for the past fifty sixty seventy years have unfortunately lost the culture where we are losing. It's not a foregone conclusion permanently but we have lost the culture wars in large part for quite some time. And i want to turn the tide on that. I want to say enough. It's time playing defense. It's time to stop playing. By the rules of the radical left time to go on offense to restore and reclaim our culture. And i wanna do that simply by speaking reality people know when they're being lied to they know when the democrats are peddling delusion and they know when someone speaking the truth and they know what that objective truth exists. And so. that's what we're gonna do on the show is we're going to. We're going to talk reality. We're speak directly to people and more personal connection as you get when it's on a podcast fun doing it so told me was. How do people find it others. It's a video. It's it's a program podcast. I think a lot of people think it's an audio thing but it's a video podcast. Yes and that's why i've been referring to it as a show because it is a video podcast so you can listen to it on the audio platforms. You can go to apple podcasts. You can go to spotify. You can go to google or what have you. You can also watch it on youtube or on rumble or you can go to locals the leela show community you can watch it a completely ad free over there in the video format so however you like to listen or watch your pods. We're going to be on that platform. So and so was the quickest way for people to find his your website or something like that. Yes you can go to. Liz wheeler show dot com to find all the different options. And then you can choose the one that fits you dot com. That's what could be simpler Okay so i wanna hear your story and it's so it's funny listening to you because you remind me of myself in a few things that you said I i don't know if you're aware of me but it is interesting when you're talking about culture a lot of conservatives get stuck talking politics news politics news and they forget that there's this thing called the culture which really is upstream and it's because we haven't attended to it that we're in the position. We are politically. We haven't sort of laying down the you know foundation in a way and so it's important to me and it's wonderful to hear that you're talking about that. I want to get a little bit about of your story So where did you grow up. And how did you get into doing what you're doing. So i grew up in the great midwest in the state of ohio right outside of cincinnati. My dad is small business owner. My mom was a computer programmer. Turned stay at home. Mom extraordinaire who home schooled. Me and There's five of us so all five of us siblings. So i was raised in a conservative catholic christian household and we saw firsthand the impact. That governmental policies had my dad's business. He was always very open with us about that. So i'm very very grateful and very lucky to have had that solid foundation instilled in me from a young age but that of course is just childhood. You get to a certain point and you have to decide as an adult. Are you going to continue the practice of your religion. Are you going to continue in the principles and applying politically. I should say that you were raised in and so i got to a certain point late teenage years where i was faced with that decision. Who am i going to be as an adult. Am i going to be conservative. In my going to be christian and i decided yes i mean i. I was a competitive swimmer and high school and i ended up having to stop swimming competitively because i was diagnosed with a pretty serious cell disease. And that's tough thing for a teenager to deal with and it really makes you sit down and metaphorically of course and come to grips with what you believe and why you believe what you believe. What your purpose in life is what. How are you going to use the gifts that god gave you To further his kingdom or defend his principles in the political realm. And that's that's that's what. I faced faced that question so in late high school. When barack obama was running in two thousand seven two thousand eight. I listened so much to all that whole political cycle and i realized. Wow this guy is a serious threat to everything that my family holds dear whether it's our religious freedom whether it's our ability to run a business whether it's you know my mom's ability to homeschool us all of these things my dad's ability to save money in a responsible way and therefore be able to pay for the healthcare that i needed at the time..
"wheeler" Discussed on The Wellthier Together Podcast
"Interview. I'm talking with kaitlyn wheeler and she During interview. I'm talking with kaitlyn wheeler and she talks about how she chose faith over fear while she was overcoming addiction. She also tells her story of how she went from homeless to corporate and she offers a lot of encouragement for women who are in abusive relationships. Don't know their self worth and she helps them to empower themselves and also to give encouragement to those who are stuck in addiction. Kaitlyn wheeler is to thirty five year old. Ceo of boss baked kitchen a woman's lifestyle and empowerment platform where women come to optimize their faith healthy habits legacy wealth building techniques love and adventure while she is not cooking up her platforms. Next success story. Kaylin is a single mom to two children and serves her local community through outreach ministry as well as a board of director assignment for an organization called sales up for cancer sales for cancer provides money to cancer patients currently going through treatment. She is currently penning her first book outlining her personal rags.