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Fresh update on "wolves" discussed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

00:47 min | 33 min ago

Fresh update on "wolves" discussed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week

"President Biden have had several productive phone conversations. The president plans to visit Florida but no details have been nailed down. This has been a special report. I'm Brian shook. This is Bloomberg best on Bloomberg radio. I'm Denise Pellegrini What we all know mortgage rates are absolutely skyrocketing these days. And that's curbing the appeal of buying homes for some. For the past two years, we've been driven by fear of missing out fomo. And what it seems like is happening in the housing market now is we now have fear of buying at the top for that. Ali wolf is chief economist at zander. And so we're finding that consumers are looking at some of the uncertainty in the housing market. Some of the uncertainty in the economy and they're choosing to step out of the market right now. Okay, so will says we've gone from fomo to faux bat. And that might lead you wondering where we go from here. Steel and guy Johnson put that very important question to Skyler Olsen, chief economist at Zillow. Also starts by explaining why some would be home buyers have really hit a breaking point. Let's listen in. Higher mortgage rates is a pretty big impact on mortgage payments. We had strong home value growth over a lot of the pandemic, so two years worth that put home price is high, but it wasn't until mortgage rates went from 3% ballpark to 5% ballpark that home owner burdens

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If You Haven't Seen Eric's Interview With Naomi Wolf, It's a Must!

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 20 hrs ago

If You Haven't Seen Eric's Interview With Naomi Wolf, It's a Must!

"Has been your favorite interview in the past few weeks? Naomi wolf, the other day, I interviewed Naomi wolf. That woman, I am proud to know her, I always say that she was in my class at Yale. She was very liberal, feminist, she is a hero. And if you have not seen the interview, now, by the way, I just sent out an email a few minutes ago to the Eric metaxas dot com list. If you're not signed up for that folks, you got to go to Eric from Texas dot com sign up for the newsletters because some of these interviews, I'm telling you, they're going to help save this country and the world. My interview with Naomi wolf, I don't know where else are you going to see this stuff. Maybe if you watch Steve Bannon or you're tuned in to some other places. But there is an utter blackout on all this information. And this stuff is, it's nothing less than astonishing that they're not covering what she talked about on the program. So if you haven't seen it, again, I set out the video you can find it on rumble, but I just did it a couple of days ago. It is absolutely searing, sickening, vital information. That no one is reporting on it. If you want to know how bad things are, the idea that people are not reporting on what Naomi wolf has discovered. They sued Pfizer to get internal documents on the vaccine. This is Pfizer's internal documents. She talks about it. I'm telling you, you're responsible for this information. Please, please watch that interview and share it everywhere you can. Please,

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Naomi Wolf Reveals SHOCKING Details of the COVID Vaccine

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 2 d ago

Naomi Wolf Reveals SHOCKING Details of the COVID Vaccine

"Hey there folks talking to Naomi wolf. So Naomi, just to focus the point here, you're suggesting that the Chinese communists intended to harm and kill non Chinese through these vaccines. Yes or no? Well, I'm a reporter, so I don't jump ahead of the evidence, right? So what I'm telling you that I know is that these injections are now the IP has been a 100% transferred the SEC filing of 2021 since the IP of these injections of BioNTech Pfizer are transferred to China. It doesn't say a Chinese individual. It doesn't say a Chinese company. It's his two China, the country of China. So now in 2022, if you get a Pfizer injection, you're getting an injection that is overseen manufactured and distributed under the ownership of China, which is our existential adversary in a totalitarian regime that kills its own people, harvests organs from its own people. So that I know. And I also know that there are catastrophic levels of harm in the Pfizer documents, particularly and I didn't even finish the evidence, but I can go back to it. Please sterilizing the next generation.

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'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf Shares Disturbing Revelations

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 2 d ago

'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf Shares Disturbing Revelations

"To Naomi wolf, the book is the bodies of others Naomi, you were just about to make a big point we went to a break. Go ahead. Yeah, thank you. So in addition to all these horrific, I mean just ruining human beings and recent data has shown that disabilities. This is Ed Doug, the former BlackRock hedge fund manager has shown that disabilities are up catastrophically among working age Americans. And if you see the vice documents, you know exactly why. But let's fast forward to what's most disturbing to me. What's most disturbing to me is in the Pfizer documents we now have about ten reports about this by our experts. There's a 360° attack on human reproduction. And it's highly intentional. So it's everything from we were assured that the lipid nanoparticles which are an industrial fat covered in polyethylene glycol, which is a petroleum byproduct, right? That's in the mRNA injections. We were told by all the spokespeople that they stay in the injection site. But that's a lie. And doctor Robert Chandler, a very distinguished volunteer of ours who has treated the Lakers and the angels. He's a sports medicine expert. He's a peer reviewer. He found from the Pfizer documents that these materials leave the injection site and go to every organ in your body within 15 minutes. But they accumulate in certain organs. It's not just that the lipid nanoparticles, it's the spike protein, which is toxic, and the mRNA. They accumulate in your spleen, your adrenals, your liver, but if you're a woman, they accumulate in your ovaries and what's so disturbing. Remember I was de platformed a year ago and attacked globally for accurately saying that women were having horrible problems with their menstrual cycles. These industrial fats covered in a petroleum byproduct are lodging in the ovaries. But doctor Chandler found that they accumulate in the ovaries like that, but they don't have a mechanism to leave the body that he could see.

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Naomi Wolf on the Satanic War Against the Human

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 2 d ago

Naomi Wolf on the Satanic War Against the Human

"Back talking to Naomi wolf. Folks, I just want to ask you, please share this interview. We'll post it on rumble. If you go to Eric metaxas dot com and you get the newsletter, we'll share it with you. But you've got to share this because we are in desperate times. It's astonishing how little we hear about things like this, which simply couldn't be more important. Naomi, you talk about, we've been talking about the vaccine, whatever, but you talk about the human, right? And how the masks, the distancing, all of this stuff that has come upon us, which to my mind, it was absolutely unthinkable before two years ago. I mean, I just, I don't think anybody almost no one could ever imagine a world where we would have experienced this and we'd be in the middle of all this kind of thing. So it does seem strangely to be a war against the human. You talk about the masks, you can't see someone smile. Again, I find no other word. It seems to me demonic. It seems satanic and evil and horrifying. Yeah. And I think also a cult, I mean, I was reluctant to reach that conclusion, but there's so much that's ritualistic about the masking and the distancing and the even people's willingness. I keep thinking of Malik, you know, or a malek in the Bible. This sacrifice children, you know, the fact that parents are just offering up their children to an experimental injection when, you know, before 2020 would censure parents have done that. Yeah, that is my kind of spiritual theory of the case that these the shape that these directives took really has to be satanically directed because it's aimed at every level of where God comes into our lives, right? Family, smiling, laughing, music, worship, love. I mean, why am I sitting here talking like I'm very happy to be talking to you, but it's rosh hashanah. I'd like to worship in a synagogue, but I can't because the synagogue I was part of a synagogue in great bearings and won't let people into today if they are not vaccinated. Today, 2022, right? Two and a half years after this, you know, after the prison says it's not a state of emergency. There's surely money there, but there's also Satan there,

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Naomi Wolf Exposes the 'Great, Great Evil' of the Media

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 2 d ago

Naomi Wolf Exposes the 'Great, Great Evil' of the Media

"So Naomi, you're saying things that are difficult to comprehend. But let's just continue to go through it. You use the word aside. Can you say that the BBC and NPR and all of these others whom we would ordinarily trust on the basics, you know? On the basics, they reported, they reported that the queen died and we don't say, well, they always lie. We just assume that that's their job is to report. But they have ceased to do that. And now we find out you find out that they were paid, but paid by whom. Well, people and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation directly in many, many cases. But also with the cares act, that was a $1 billion of our taxpayer money and millions of it went to buying up what were called trusted messengers, community groups, small news outlets, local synagogues, and churches, and I've got a filmmaker working on the Jehovah's Witnesses. Being influenced in this direction as well, buying up little arts organizations. All the way down to the most local level to speak with a unified voice to exclude people who challenged the narrative that everyone had to be vaccinated. So a great deal of money has gone into basically buying up our civil society institutions and our media to suppress this information. And lastly, big tech is invested in these outcomes and the bodies of others explains exactly how and an America first legal foia and also subsequent lawsuit by the attorney general of Missouri and the attorney general of Louisiana showed as I mentioned that CDC and The White House were colluding directly with Twitter and Facebook to silence critics like me who were saying truthful things.

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Haaland scores 11th EPL goal, City beats 10-man Wolves 3-0

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Haaland scores 11th EPL goal, City beats 10-man Wolves 3-0

"Erling Haaland continues to rack up goals and Manchester City continues to rack up wins in a three zero shutout of Wolverhampton Holland netted his 11th league goal in 7 games a strike from outside the box that gave city a two zero lead after just 16 minutes The game was just 55 seconds old when Jack Grealish put the league co leaders ahead Phil Foden assisted on the greelish goal and capped the scoring in the 69th minute for manager Pep Guardiola aside The first 50 20 minutes we were so aggressive but we were not able to control the build up in the second box in the long and they could run And again was dangerous City pace is the league with 23 goals I'm Dave ferry

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Drew Hernandez Joins With His Reaction to the MTG 'Swatting'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | Last month

Drew Hernandez Joins With His Reaction to the MTG 'Swatting'

"We just played, of course. The first time anyone's heard this, the 9-1-1 call that was made in the swatting attempt, congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, where there's going to be more of these coming out at the post millennial. And by the way, we are working on getting Libby emmons on, but we do have drew Hernandez, the host of front lines over at TPUSA. He's also comes on right after as part of the war room night watch block with myself, human events daily. Drew, did you get a chance to hear that audio that we played just before? Yeah, and what's interesting about this is, I mean, you see this and you hear this, and it's really no surprise. I mean, these are the same people that advocate for rioting, looting, committing arson in the name of social justice. And I mean, all of 2020, 2016 and on, they were calling for people to take to the streets. I mean, AOC after the roe V wade overturn is calling for people to take to the streets and that the court is not legitimate. These people have a history, okay? These people have a huge history of advocating and using violence against their political opponents. So it's no surprise to me that the same people that cry wolf all the time that, oh, there's a risk to our reality. There's a risk to our existence here because the right wingers are out there, the fascists are out there to kill us and get us. It's the same projecting. It's the same gaslighting. They literally do what they claim the other side is doing. And now they're taking it to the point. We all know this, Jack, what does swatting mean? It's getting people killed, okay? So now they're using this. I mean, it's nothing new. They're mobilizing law enforcement. These things to get people killed,

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Pfizer and a Multi-Generational Fertility Crisis With Dr. Naomi Wolf

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | Last month

Pfizer and a Multi-Generational Fertility Crisis With Dr. Naomi Wolf

"Right now is doctor Nami wolf, phenomenal patriot. Doctor will thank you for joining us. Can you walk us through the latest Pfizer data? It's been a little confusing. This seems like there's some contradictory contradictory reports on it. What have we learned recently? Sure. Thank you. So I do need to make a correction on behalf of one of our volunteers. The report that was issued about three days ago by us from berberine, saying that 44% of a group in the Pfizer documents have pregnant women's abortion I'm sorry, pregnancies ended in miscarriage. That is not correct. The author counted several subjects multiple times. So critics who have gone back in have reached different conclusions for sure the 44% is not correct in that section. One analyst found 11 abortions being spontaneous abortions miscarriages out of 58 and another said 16 out of 60. So they're interpreting the same data in different ways. But the 44% is not correct in that section. That said, I don't want the correction of burberry's report to distract people from the fact that there are other places in the Pfizer documents as well as abundant evidence in VAERS that there's a signal around miscarriage and spontaneous abortion. And there are multiple other sources for this. One of them is that in Scotland, there has been a 200% rise in neonatal deaths among vaccinated mothers in Ontario 86 babies died when usually they have 5 or 6 neonatal deaths after Ontario became highly vaccinated and in one hospital in Haifa rambam hospital. There was a 34% rise in neonatal deaths among vaccinated versus unvaccinated mothers as well as spongy abortion and miscarriage

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Wolf Blitzer Should Just Say What He Means

Mark Levin

01:57 min | Last month

Wolf Blitzer Should Just Say What He Means

"Caught one go As you probably know by now I'm sure you've seen this joint FBI Department of Homeland Security bulletin It's now warning of what they call unprecedented violent threats in the wake of the search of Mar-a-Lago Now what's interesting about this is I believe it was project veritas that broke this right mister producer I believe so and we'll have James O'Keefe on the program and literally ten to 15 minutes But of course the constipated news network and no better picture of that than Wolf Blitzer quite frankly He looks like he's in pain every day He looks like he said too many Bologna sandwiches But anyway so He said the Department of Homeland Security if you question what took place a Mar-a-Lago ladies and gentlemen you're a potential threat Your potential threat Go ahead President Donald Trump responsible for inciting his supporters Yeah absolutely a 100% wolf So he wolf You bring this guy on You ask a phony question by putting a question mark after it Why don't you just get on the air and say I'm Wolf Blitzer I'm a star as a ten year old turd And I believe Donald Trump is inciting his supporters with his comments Now among the comments that Donald Trump has put out there is it's time to lower the temperature something terrible is going to happen They act like Donald Trump has all this power They think he's like Chuck Schumer Urging the Democrat party ma the Democrat party militia to attack two Supreme Court Justices

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Mateo has 5 hits, Orioles pound Rays 10-3 for 8th win in 10

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Mateo has 5 hits, Orioles pound Rays 10-3 for 8th win in 10

"The Orioles made it 8 wins in ten games by blowing past the rays tend to three Jorge Mateo had a career high 5 hits and rug NATO door provided four of the birds 19 hits Adley ruchman and Cedric Mullins Homer to back Austin wolf who carried a no hitter into the 6th inning Mullins and Anthony Santander had three hits apiece Both is three and one since being claimed off waivers from the nationals two months ago limiting Tampa Bay to two runs and three hits over 5 and a third innings Randy or rosarina hit a two run Homer for the rays who've dropped four or 5 I'm Dave ferry

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John McGuire: The Inconsistency of My Opponent

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | Last month

John McGuire: The Inconsistency of My Opponent

"I am looking at my tea leaves right, and I know where I stand, I'd love for you to be my state senator. I just think the world of you. You are going to be enter primary, but I mentioned Liz Cheney. I mentioned Adam kinzinger, some of these other folks up in D.C. who say, oh, we're really good for Republicans, but man, they're doing all the beating of the Democrats. Now, you've got sort of a similar situation on a local basis, right? Oh, yeah. Yeah. I think about the term wolf in sheep's clothing. And you've heard of rhinos, there's a guy that I'm running against, he's a supervisor in Louisa county, and there's a letter floating out there from a highly decorated Vietnam veteran who also served in this senator dick black and he's done some research and some other people have done some research and they found out that my opponent ran for Republican in the West Virginia House of delegates in 1982. And then he betrayed the Republican Party at a time when the Democrats were pushing the socialist pro abortion agenda. He left the Republican Party and joined that group and he ran at the Democrat in 82 with Walter Mondale and that crowd and then he ran the Democrat in 84 and then he moved to Virginia into this district where I'm running to be the state Senate and ran against one of the most conservative members of the House delegates Frank hargrove and Hanover county, who's a very beloved member of the House of delegates and against governor Allen who was on the ballot and he basically was on the ballot with Clinton. So he supported the Clinton and never seen the guy I mentioned the word Trump support Trump, anything else. He was supposed to be, but I'll tell you what, he's getting money. And so we've got to figure that out because people don't know this. There are

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'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf on the War Against Humans

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | Last month

'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf on the War Against Humans

"Return with Naomi wolf, her brand new book, the bodies of others, the new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. Now, Naomi, when you say the war against the human, this is where I see this extraordinary convergence. I mean, because we're living in such bizarre times, but when you leap to this idea of the war against the human, you're positing humanity as a good thing. And you're saying that those on the other side, these authoritarians are somehow wittingly or unwittingly anti human. Just talk about that for a moment. Sure, and I have sadly a ton more evidence of their war on humanity since the time we last talked to Eric. It's truly terrifying. So in my book, I make the case that, as I mentioned, these bad guys, right? This loose alliance of the World Economic Forum, the Chinese Communist Party, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, governments, and big tech used the pandemic of the last two years and used medical or public health messaging as cover for the real intentions, which we're seeing play out now. They were pretty successful. Their real intentions were to dissolve human civilization and to weaken human beings. And to transfer assets and power and control from human beings as a group, but especially from the middle and working classes to them themselves. And they've been largely successful. Let's just take two examples. The lockdown directive, right? It didn't help the data and it didn't help in terms of stopping the spread. It totally helped in terms of crushing businesses that couldn't afford to stay closed for 6 months a year. Over a year, small businesses, mom and pop shops, small landlords, but Amazon is open, right? Etsy is open. So you saw these companies go up 20 to 25% market share. And people's people's habits completely changed.

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Naomi Wolf Has Her Own Opinions About the Raid of Trump's Home

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | Last month

Naomi Wolf Has Her Own Opinions About the Raid of Trump's Home

"It's now my privilege and joy to have as my guest for the rest of the show. Naomi Wolfe, Naomi, welcome back. Thank you so much, Eric. Thanks for having me. Well, I want to talk to you about a hundred things. First of all, your book is out. We spoke about it, but there's a lot more to say. It's titled the bodies of others. The new authoritarians, COVID-19 and the war against the human, because today is today, I have to say that when I read the new authoritarians, the idea that the FBI, you don't have to like Trump, folks. This is not about that. This is about the rule of law. This is about are we free people, governing ourselves, or have we entered a new era. And I have to tell you, and Naomi, you probably know this, but Brandon strock had his door broken down by the FBI. They are terrorizing people. Simone gold. You must know Simone gold. She's in jail because she's a Doctor Who had the temerity to talk about the vaccines as a bad thing. And what we're seeing right now, it's nothing less than astonishing. It's frankly hard to believe that it's happening in our lifetimes that we're seeing this kind of thing. But you don't only acknowledge it. You've written a book about it. Yeah, thank you. I mean, this is horribly horribly predictable based on the trends that I analyzed in the bodies of others, but it's still such a shock. And I just want to kind of publicly and formally apologize. On behalf, I'm not aligned with the Democrats, but I voted for it that my voted for this administration. And I just truly am so sorry and just want to words can't express how appalled and horrified I am to witness that people I voted for are tasking our law enforcement with terrorizing private citizens in a way that is really reminiscent of the Stasi and the black shirts.

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Eric Trump: When Will Enough Be Enough?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Eric Trump: When Will Enough Be Enough?

"For example, last night on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News channel, president Trump's son Eric was with the 45th president in New York City. In fact, it was Eric who got the call that there's an FBI guy with a machine gun at the gate of Mar-a-Lago. There are 30 FBI agents. They've just cracked into a safe that it turns out was allegedly empty and they're carting away boxes and boxes of documents. And I wanted to pay close attention to what Eric Trump had to say to Sean last night on Fox News channel. What could they possibly think existed? Inside of Mar-a-Lago in a box that was taken from The White House that was so damaging that the FBI director and the attorney general of the United States would have to raid a former president's residence and grab everything out of there because that doesn't make sense. What could what secret document could possibly rise to that level? I don't know, they'll probably find a note for me telling him how proud I am of him and what a great job he was doing as president. They might find some pictures of my kids, maybe some nice headlines, maybe a nice note from you Sean. It's insane. How many times can you cry wolf? I mean, the FBI dragged this whole country through hell for three years based on lies and deceit and dirty dossiers and fisa warrants and everything else, right? And everything proved to be incorrect, fraudulent, made up and absolute sham, they dragged this country through hell, and here they are again, rating the guy's house. I mean, when do you give up? When do you say enough's enough?

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Charlie Unpacks the Most Dangerous Provisions of the New Democrat Bill

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | Last month

Charlie Unpacks the Most Dangerous Provisions of the New Democrat Bill

"I want to start this program by going into what happened over this last weekend. According to NPR dot org, the propagandist publication funded by our taxpayer dollars, Democrats passed a major climate health and tax bill. Here is what is in it. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer gives the thumbs up as he leaves the Senate chamber after passage of the inflation reduction act. Senate Democrats after weeks of negotiations to revive the core of their election year agenda passed a spending bill, which would attempt to tackle climate change. The high cost of prescription drugs and lower the deficit by roughly $300 billion. So let's go through actually what's in the Bill. This NPR does a pretty poor job of detailing it, but we'll dance around with this, but let's start with this idea of climate change. I have to say, whoever came up with the branding around climate change is brilliant. It's an unbelievably brilliant strategy. You can call it a Trojan horse. You could call it a wolf in sheep's clothing. What's so brilliant about climate change is that you don't have to define it. Is that you have a unspecified fear that you could spend an unlimited amount of money on. Like AOC a $100 trillion. Why stop there? Why not a 130 trillion? You see, climate change is so brilliantly duplicitous. And it's a scheme to make people afraid, but they'll never actually get to the end point. That's what's so brilliant about it. So no matter how much you spend, there might be somebody with a fossil fuel somewhere in Midland, Texas, we need to spend another $100 billion to go find them. You see, if they completely change the economy into a green economy, destroying our energy supremacy, by the way, which is one of the most civilizational suicidal things that we could possibly do, they'll just then create a surveillance state to find out if someone still is using fossil fuels or natural gas, even

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Jared Bernstein: It Makes Sense Polls Suggest We're in a Recession

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Jared Bernstein: It Makes Sense Polls Suggest We're in a Recession

"The White House economic adviser said on CNN's Wolf Blitzer. This is a Jared Bernstein. He's the one of the council of economic adviser members. He said that it makes perfect sense. That 64% of the people believe that we are in a session because it feels like a recession may not be by Biden's definition of recession, but it's hard to convince the American people otherwise this is in cut number 9. 64%, Jared, right now, the American people, 64% already believe the U.S. is in a recession. So what do you say to them? I say that that makes perfect sense to me that people would answer a poll with that kind of a response. And the reason is, is because if you actually look at how the group that designates recessions, it's a group of economists in Cambridge and the national bureau of economic research, it's a fairly technical set of analyses that we've been talking about throughout the week. But most people are thinking about inflation. They're thinking about the pressures on their family budgets. And it's completely understandable that they would be.

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The Largest Conspiracy in History With Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:17 min | 2 months ago

The Largest Conspiracy in History With Glenn Kirschner

"Wow, wow, wow. Okay, so I have a we have an illegality lasagna this morning with 11 billion layers. So the time. So we have missing texts now from the Homeland Security, the top Trump officials, which had wolf, Ken cuccinelli, just curious, Tristan Snell said, so the top two officials were Homeland Security under Trump also have missing test messages from up to January 6. Subpoena the ever living bejesus out of these people. This is the biggest conspiracy in American history. Yeah, this is well, I guess not extraordinary, right? No, no, it should be raining subpoenas because all of these people have to be hauled in, not only before Congress, the J 6 select committee, but before federal grand juries, because it looks like I agree with Tristan, it looks like perhaps the largest conspiracy in the history of the world. I mean, does that sound hyperbolic? Yeah, but I think it needs to be investigated. It's not a coincidence that all of the Trump lackeys and sycophants are purging what is extremely important evidence regarding the insurrection. They're purging it, destroying it, deleting it. Why? Because they don't want to be caught as part of the conspiracy, but they're going to be caught.

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Emmett Till accuser, in memoir, denies wanting teen killed

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Emmett Till accuser, in memoir, denies wanting teen killed

"The white woman who accused black teenager Emmett Till of making improper advances before he was lynched in Mississippi in 1955 says she neither identified him to The Killers nor watered him murdered I Norman hall in an unpublished memoir obtained by The Associated Press Carolyn Bryant donham says she was unaware of what would happen to the 14 year old Emmett Till till was abducted killed and tossed in a river now 87 donum was 21 at the time her then husband Roy Bryant and his half brother JW milam were acquitted of murder charges but later confessed in a magazine interview copy of her 99 page manuscript I am more than a wolf whistle was obtained by historian Timothy Tyson Her autobiography should be taken with a good sized shovel full of salt Until relative says the memoir is proof of involvement a racially discovered kidnapping warrant issued for Donna was never served I Norman

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"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

04:49 min | 7 months ago

"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"This is a really weird timeout, so yeah, about the momentum thing, you can't really just take the momentum away from a team, especially when with this Lakers team, you got a cherish all those momentum plays that you have because you never know when those are going to come back up at a Lakers. Somebody said, so why not get rid of them now then? Curtis Smith from Facebook. So get rid of him now. I agree with you. I said the same thing. I've been saying the same thing. Look, if you know, if you're at a point right now, and I feel like you should, you showed at this point, if you know Frank Vogel is not coming back next year, and you see how bad things are right now. What's it going to hurt to say, Phil handy? Go ahead, do your thing. Find out. Find out what you're not benefiting by keeping Frank vocal around right now. It doesn't do anything for you. Part ways, let Phil handy finish out the season. Find out what Phil handy does as a head coach. Because you don't know. Does that mean he's the guy you're going to hire not necessarily, but it doesn't hurt to find out? Just so you've got a little bit more information on hand. Now maybe Phil Hindi would say, you know, I'm loyal to Vogler, whatever maybe he said, no, I don't know. Right behind the scenes, we don't know what that's going to look like. But I think if there's an opportunity to find out what Phil handy can do as a coach, that's at least something you're gaining something from this. Right now you're gaining nothing. Right now we're seeing a team that's in run out the clock mode. And that doesn't benefit you at all. And I'm not talking about in game. I'm talking about on the season. I think that's where a lot of fans are too like, can we just skip to July 1st, please? Yeah. I think it's a little too late to go to Phil handy now. I think if you're gonna do that, what game was that? What's the pacers game? It was a game and early January or whatever. The fire vocal rumors were big. I think you're a little late on that..

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"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

04:24 min | 7 months ago

"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"So it's brutal. James bell LeBron told you all a month ago when a team shows you who they are, you believe that that's the first time that you won't be led to disappointment. They had no intention of making the playoffs. The Lakers didn't have any intention. I think they came into the season fully intending to make the playoffs. They were pegged as a contender, one of the teams that should come out of the Western Conference. They failed spectacularly in doing that. If you want to say at the trade deadline, not making moves is what proved that they didn't want to make the playoffs. I think of the trade deadline they saw that there wasn't a move that was going to fix what's going on. But since then, it's gotten worse. I think when a move wasn't made of the trade deadline, I think that was the front office realizing there is no fixing this. There's nothing. There's no magic wand. There's no move that's going to just magically make everything better. At least not to the degree that they need to get to where they want to go. But that also set the message to the team that, yeah, you guys, you're kind of done. And we've seen that affect the team too. I mean, the losing is piled up and everything, but this team looks like a team that doesn't believe they can win games. That's what we've seen. And I'm going to continue to echo what you were at going around the deadline, no trade is better than a badge rate, and a lot of teams are looking to police the Lakers at the deadline. And I mean, I guess it's not the players business to be in the front office and having to make these kind of decisions, but I think the problem is the right thing, not doing anything rather than making some desperation move, which is what the rest of the NBA wanted to Lakers to do make some desperation move. It's an all fold some players, maybe like a Russell Westbrook or whatever. But yeah, I think the front office are right. There wasn't a clear pathway to fix this roster this season..

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"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"A little bit. And also, as you mentioned, the Lakers guy down to four in the early beginnings of the fourth quarter, cat makes a tough shot, and then LeBron gets called for a movie screen. I think it was. And then they go down, they hit a three when he Gabriel misses the three, and then after Avery Bradley lay up or whatever, they go ahead another three LeBron hits a three day come right back or whatever. And it's a ten point game now and the cat gets a few free throws in a row and all of a sudden you look up at 14. So that was kind of the way this game went and the movie screen was a big call. Because DJ Augustine played really well up to that point. And they hit the three too, so just chewing themselves in a foot at the worst possible times. I feel like that just encompasses the Lakers season so far. Donna Daniel espinoza said Trevor, where do you rank this season? Is this one of the worst seasons in franchise history? What do you think? Yeah, I think it is. I think it is. This is, this is there's a difference between the rebuilding teams and this team. In terms of the disappointment factor and in terms of how poorly this team is represented, the fan base, if we're being honest, right? I mean, this is a team that really hasn't shown the heart or the fight or the hustler or anything that you would expect out of a professional team, right? Whether it's the Lakers or otherwise. It feels like they've kind of checked out to some degree. And that's, I think, what gets fans extra frustrated and makes it that much more of a joyless season. You go back and you look at the rebuilding. I mean, people were talking about this on Twitter today. The Lonzo, Brandon Ingram teams. They played harder than this team's playing right now. And part of that is human nature. Part of that is, man, we just keep getting our teeth kicked in. How are we supposed to continue playing hard when, gosh, I've been doing this for 19 years or 17 years, however all these guys are veterans. That's a factor here. It's a little different when you're a rookie and it's your first season and you're going on here trying to prove yourself every single night to continue playing hard this late in the season. So I'm not saying it's the same thing. I'm not saying there's not a reason why these guys would have trouble focusing and locking in on a game, but from the fan perspective, yes, I think this, this is, it's crossed the line, I believe this is the worst. I think this is the most disliked Lakers team that we've seen. Somebody asked on the our live broadcast that we did of the game, somebody asked, is this team or who wins basically this team or the 2012 13 team?.

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"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

04:05 min | 7 months ago

"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"Your Lakers were just mulled by the Minnesota Timberwolves. Not what we wanted to see tonight. We even got the fake comeback once again, Lakers pulled to within four in the fourth quarter, no less. And yet still lost by 20. Rough one certainly for the Lakers will break down what went on. Well, so talk a little bit about what was going on with the wolves. I mean, taking shots at the Lakers right out there on the floor, basically clowning them. Talk about that too. Joining me is Sean Davis, Sean. We made it through that game. That was a tough watch. A little bit. We've seen a lot of them this year, but that was a tough watch. Yeah, that was a tough watch for sure. And a big part of it was because of the fake comeback and they got out of the four and then when they got out for the Timberwolves so very quickly said, nope, we're going to we're going to bump this lead back up and then you look at it maybe a minute later and all of a sudden it's a 16 point lead. So a rough game for sure. So in this game, we saw we saw the Lakers clearly frustrated. We saw moments where LeBron in particular didn't come down the floor. Didn't come down on the other end. He stayed on anything and he got the rebound. He stayed didn't come down on offense. Players didn't get back on defense. This team kind of collapsed in on themselves through certain moments. They get these little bursts of energy, but then it feels like there's not a lot of belief that they can actually do it, that they can actually get the W. They've won twice in the last few weeks. And both of them required LeBron to go for more than 50. Which I mean, those are incredible performances by LeBron, but it sure feels like the morale of this team, it's low. It's very, very low right now, based on what we're seeing on the floor, despite what they're saying about everybody still pushing hard for wins. I don't like to say players, individuals like quit or give up or whatever, I don't like to say that. I'd be like that you're talking negatively about a person's character when you say that. But you can't watch the Lakers play right now and tell me that's not what it looks like..

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"wolves" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

02:05 min | 7 months ago

"wolves" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Deservedly so, I guess. The forge mode and campaign co op from halo infinite, you know, obviously got delayed from launch. They have further delayed that. The campaign will not be a part of season two, which starts on May 3rd. The basically, they say, hey, you know what? It's hard. Yeah, because they have to do two player split screen on top of the online co op and getting all that to work in an open world, open ish world. They're saying as more difficult than they anticipated, they've also forge will come alongside a season three later this year. And that they have been issuing some of this leaked out. Some stuff on forge, but I guess they have been sending out builds of forge mode to the community privately for a little bit now to test it out and do all that sort of stuff. So that's been happening. And meanwhile, the season two of halo infinite does start may 3rd. They're calling it lone wolves. And that'll be a whole new battle pass and a whole new set of stuff. Remember that unlike loans? Yes, multiple wolves, multiple lone wolves alone. Multiple together. Isn't that a pack? I don't know. That's not loan. I don't know wolves. Pal. Asking for money? Are they lonely wolves? You're like, okay, we have to take a beat on Jan's banker wolf joke. It wasn't a joke, man. It's just like examining whether I'm not these wolves want money. We're talking about scams on the news right with the amico. These wolves will be a new set of cosmetics for YouTube purchase in the store and a new battle pass for you to earn levels on and all that sort of stuff. So yes, the wolves definitely want money..

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"wolves" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"wolves" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Gross. The HBO Max series raised by wolves was created by our guest Aaron Gaza. Ridley Scott is the show's executive producer. Scott also directed the first two episodes. Raised by wolves, which is known in its second season, is centered on two androids, mother and father, who are sent with human embryos to a distant planet. The androids are to birth and parent the children in the desperate mission to save the human race. I'll let our producer Sam brigger who spoke with Gaza, tell us more. Raised by wolves is set in a future where earth has been devastated by a long war between the mithraic, a sun God worshiping religious group, and the atheists. Humanity is on the brink of extinction, and both factions decide to colonize a distant planet, Kepler 22 B the mithraic travel across the galaxy in a spaceship called the ark of heaven that holds 1000 of their faith in suspended animation for a 12 year journey. The atheists send the mother and father androids in a much faster ship along with the human embryos. Kepler 22 B turns out to be a harsh planet and 5 of the 6 children die. When the ark arrives, it is only mother and father and their son campion who remain. The violence of earth breaks out on Kepler 22 B on earth, the Android mother was designed as a weapon of mass destruction, but she has been reprogrammed with parental directives. She will do anything to protect your children, even if it means killing lots of people and jeopardizing humanity's chance of survival. Raised by wolves is a show about parenting about what makes us human and it's about faith, religious or otherwise. It's violent, often funny, and full of mystery. And it's deeply weird which is one of the reasons why I like it. If you like science fiction of the David cronenberg, David Lynch and Ridley Scott variety, then this is the show for you. Aaron goes to katsuki created raised by wolves and is at showrunner. He also wrote the 2013 film prisoners directed by Denis Villeneuve and created the 2014 television series the red road. Aaron Gaza, welcome to fresh air. I really love the show..

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"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"I've got a whole lot of people. I think the answer might be right here that are saying oh we've got people master lock Vogel, but I've got a lot of people that are saying master lock, the entire team, and somebody said here it is, this is probably the way to go with it or somebody said master lock the Los Angeles Lakers. Somebody said master lock the whole team and the coaching staff. Yeah, I really think that's what we're at on this one. The biggest master lock ever. Because that's what happens when you score 12 points in the third quarter and you give up 40. It's really the type of game where the blame goes to everybody. Goes to everybody. It's the entire team, it's the coaching staff. It's everybody. Horse shooting night? Yeah. Sometimes you're going to have bad shooting nights. But that doesn't mean that you should give up 40 points on the other end when you're shooting that badly, right? It's not like you can just, oh, we're starting to lose and you sulk. And we saw that a little bit. We saw that a little bit. We saw the effort Wayne. Can't do that. Can't do that in the NBA, even against a bad team. These are pros. These are professional basketball players. Austin Reeves said this the other day. Paraphrasing but said, look, these are these are professional players. These this is the pros. You can't get away with that kind of stuff. You can't. So, I think the master lot goes to everybody. Goes to the entire team. And I bet the team would say the same thing. I bet they would say they all deserve it in this one. This is a team effort and we'll see if they can bounce back. Next game against the spurs. We'll see because we're going to see, are they upset? And that's one of the things that that's been missing. After the losses to OKC, I was disappointed that they didn't come out angry. They weren't upset. It didn't seem like it bothered them. They didn't have that fire in the next performances. We didn't see it in game two against OKC. I thought for sure, okay, they're gonna come out here upset that they lost the previous game to this bad team, OKC, and they're gonna come out firing and they're just gonna stomp them. And we didn't see it. We didn't see an angry Laker team. They were angry after the loss to the blazers and we saw that a little bit, but now I want to know how they're going to respond to this. We should, what we should see in the next game is a fired up Lakers team. A Lakers team that's upset about what just happened and they're looking to get things back on track. We're seeing it. We see a team that plays with passion. I'm not confident that is what we're going to see because we should have seen it a few times earlier in the season and we didn't. But that's what we should see on Sunday. Is a team that's very angry about what went down tonight and they're going to do something about it on Sunday. All right, let's do one more. Let's do one more..

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"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"Was a clippers fan came in here. What are the other 11 clippers fans doing right now? They must be missing you. Some people said, some of them couldn't play with the pressure of being a Laker. Yeah. Yeah, that can happen. That could happen where sometimes the bright lights of LA can be a bit too much. That does happen. That's the thing. Kobe talked about that. Being a Laker isn't for everybody. It's not. And so you do see guys that when the pressure is off of them, they go somewhere else. They thrive. And I'm not saying that these guys were bad Lakers or anything, but sometimes having just there's a little bit more of a freeing sense when you're able to play somewhere else where the microscope isn't quite on you, the way it is. In LA. Okay, this is a good comment here that I think gets into my big concern here with the Lakers. For a veteran team, we sure know how to be undisciplined, get taxed backcourt violations and sloppy turnovers. That I know a lot of people are upset with Westbrook upset with Vogel upset at a lot of things. My biggest concern with the team right now is that we're seeing them make non veteran mistakes or mistakes that you would not expect a veteran team to make. And we've seen a number of guys do it. Carmelo Anthony with the 5 second violation. Russell Westbrook with turnovers. OKC looking like the poised and steady veteran team down the stretch in two games against the Lakers while the Lakers made a mistake after mistake after mistake. Some of this is teams having just good nights against the Lakers. Some of this is, hey, everybody gets up to play the Lakers. Everybody knows this is going to be the most eyeballs they're going to see. Throughout the entire season, they know like the wolves. They're looking at this game thinking, man, how many people are watching this game because we're playing the Lakers. So you're going to get everybody's best shot. Part of it is that. But part of it is also the Lakers shooting themselves in the foot. And for a team that's this veteran heavy, you wouldn't expect that. You expect chemistry issues. You expect there to be some speed bumps you expect them to have some growing pains and things like that because they only brought back three players from last season. It's going to take time for them to gel. So you can expect those things. But making mistakes that veterans don't make or don't tend to make? That's a little bit of a concern. When we're seeing some sloppy stuff, I wish I had a better word for it, but just dumb plays. Plays that a young player would make and you would say, oh, that's just a young guy making a young guy mistake. But these are veteran players that we've seen do some of that stuff. That's probably my biggest concern with the team right now. Beyond, you know, Westbrook, is he a great fit beyond some of the other stuff. It's not really looking like veterans..

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"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"Which lineup? Are we talking about late in like in garbage time? Are we talking about that lineup? The Lakers didn't go on many runs tonight. They went on to run early in the first quarter. They got up by, I think, 11, and then the wolves countered. So if it was a garbage time lineup that started to chip away or something, I don't put a whole lot of stock into that because the wolves are going to kind of stop playing by that point. All right, let's see. Somebody said we're turning the ball over so much. It's killing us. Turnovers have been a problem. Offensive rebounds and turnovers have been the Lakers two biggest problems this season. Well, two of the biggest, but in terms of just kind of the hustle, stats that we talk about, it's the bit in the offensive rebounds in the turnovers. Those have been the biggest things. The focus, the hustle, the technique, stance. Those have been issues. And they were issues tonight. The offensive rebounds maybe shouldn't be a surprise considering the Lakers went so small for guards in the starting lineup of Anthony Davis. The turnovers or something that ultimately has to get fixed, but I thought the Lakers were kind of pressing towards the end. Just trying to get something going. And so that caused some turnovers, but 19 turnovers on the night. That's way too many. If you get down around the 14 range 13 range, okay, that's a little bit more acceptable, but you did have 5 from Russell Westbrook. He had the first two turnovers of the half of the third quarter that helped get the wolves out and running. So absolutely turnovers are something that have to get better. And then on top of that, the offensive rebounding 14 offensive boards for the wolves, 11 for the Lakers, but keep in mind the wolves shot 46% from the field and 32% from three, they didn't miss as many shots as the Lakers did. So there were a lot more opportunities to get offensive rebounds for the Lakers than there were for the wolves. So the discrepancy in offensive boards is actually bigger than it looks based on the box score. In terms of percentage of offensive rebounds grabbed, so the wolves did a number on the Lakers there, again, and that's been a problem in a lot of games this season. Something's going.

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"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

05:44 min | 11 months ago

"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"Can happen in transition. But as far as the lineup change itself, let's talk a little bit about that. Let's talk about Kent bazemore. Because I'm getting a lot of comments on him. Oh for four tonight zero for three from three zero points. Looking at the game log here for him the last few games. So the last three games Kent bazemore has scored two points. And he has shot one for 12 while doing so. The last three games. He has not made a three in he has not made it three since November 2nd. Since the beginning of the month. That's the last time he made a three point shot. So a lot of people have been talking about Kent bazemore, does the Lakers starting 5 need to change? And well, in this one, it did change. They changed their starting 5. They went small, they went with 80 at the 5, but this is not what we typically want to see when we talk about the Lakers playing smaller with Anthony Davis at the 5. See the Lakers the great thing about Anthony Davis is you can go small and I'll say small with air quotes because you go small, but you're not really that small. Because you have you're just going more versatile really. When you put Anthony Davis at the 5, he's still a big dude. And then you've got say LeBron at the four. Okay, so technically that's your small lineup, but LeBron 6 8 AD is a true big, that's not that small of a lineup. In this game, they went small and they went really small. It was Anthony Davis and four guards, right? Wayne Ellington went into the starting lineup along with Bayes more Avery Bradley Russell Westbrook. That is a very, very small lineup. So when the Lakers prefer to go small, though, it's when they don't really give up that much size and they've got more versatility. That's what Frank Vogel has talked about. Now part of the reason why we haven't seen more AD at the center spot is because they haven't felt like they could truly capitalize on it by having a LeBron out there. Ariza out there. Someone like that. You might say Carmelo Anthony, yes, he does have some size, but they really seem locked in on him coming off the bench. So that's what the Lakers decided to do in this one. Was go small with all these guards. Kent bazemore being part of it, I don't think that's going to last much longer. I really don't. And here's what I'll tell you.

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"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"wolves" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"Lords of the sky, Trevor, can we put my girlfriend in the master lock? She started to watch the second half with me, and that's when everything fell to pieces. So it's her fault because she started watching the game when the second half started. That's who we're going to blame this whole thing on. And I got to say and learn to this guy. Isn't that if you saw this going down? Isn't that on you partially? If you saw what was happening, shouldn't you have just turned the TV off or something, if that was really the problem here that she started watching the game? Come on, man. Take one for the team there. Bundy said, Trevor, what's with the repeated third repeated failures in the third quarter and the reliance on jump shots so early in the possession. That's what gets me. That's where effort I think becomes a problem and that's where I say there's no excuse. Yes, look, fatigue is a factor and all of that. But when the jump shots aren't going down, what do you need to do? Start going to the basket. Start manufacturing some shot attempts at the free throw line draw some valves. Things of that nature. Now the wolves, they responded, they saw that the Lakers weren't hitting their shots, and they just compacted their defense even further. They just completely sucked into the paint. So that's a factor that we have to. Do we have to add in here? But the bottom line is that the Lakers have this bad habit where they try to shoot themselves out of shooting slumps by continuing to cast away from outside and those shots just never started following. It wasn't like they made water the damn burst next thing. You know, they made 8 of their next ten or something like that. They just never got on track and they never adjusted and started really going to the basket in the third quarter. And we've seen them do that in the past as well, where they fall in love with a jump shot and it comes back to bite them. And here's the thing. We tend to look at offense and defense as two separate entities as though you defend one way and your offense is something completely different. And that's not the case. They are as connected as can be, and you see that in what happened with the wolves. Yeah, the wolves were hitting their shots. They were hitting some shots they probably wouldn't normally, but they were hitting their shots. But why were they getting so many good looks? Part of that was just poor defense by the Lakers, but part of it was also because the Lakers were missing on their end and they're missing on these long jumpers and that's leading to transition baskets for the wolves. Not everything was a fast break, but how many times did we see the Lakers cross matched, where because they're in emergency defending situations, you wind up with a random player defending say Karl Anthony towns, you end up with a small defending him or something like that..

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"wolves" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

Resonant Restoration Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"wolves" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

"Host for these enticing. Anna radic discussions sean. The goal of this podcast is to spark. Conversation highlight restoration projects and topics. We took a break from this production for a while. Life got busy for several reasons. And i appreciate your patience. This podcast is produced in part with generous contributions from our patrons over a patriot on including jay simone garrett michael an army we have also now started producing small video segments related to restoration and those be found on our youtube channel on this episode. I talked with ellen rendell who is an infectious disease wildlife. Ecologist be careful. The conversation about wolves is contagious. This interview was reported before the season break and there is a discussion about the election now. Not so time. In case you're wondering the wolf reintroduction initiative in colorado that we mentioned indeed pass. It's time.

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"wolves" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"wolves" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"That was wolves from a brand new released by jumping Janey. Never mind the blocks. Here's jump Janey. You're listening to the children's hour and we have with us on the line. John Oak Leaf. He is the field projects coordinator for the Mexican Wolf Program at the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Thank you so much for being with us. On the children's hour how many wolf reintroduction programs are there in the US and Canada right now? So I think of three four that are going ongoing or completed and so the active Wolf Reduction Program where you're actually putting wolves on the ground. There's the Mexican Wolf Program here in the southwest. There's a Red Wolf program which is in the South East on North Carolina area. And then there's Active reintroduction that's going on Isle Royale which is up in Michigan where they're trying to recolonize wolves on the island and then there's the famous rear induction programs that they aren't really putting wolves out any more at that the yellowstone and Idaho which I worked on a little while when we talk about these programs. How many wolves are we talking about? That are in these programs. I mean how many do you put into the wild and Wendy? You know that your success fall for the northern rockies and for the Mexican wolves we had recovery plans and so recovery plans to give you a road map to where when you're successful your actions so for the northern rockies. They called for ten breeding pairs in three populations scattered across the northern Rockies. Be and so they did releases for two years and then natural. Reproduction took over and that Cosmos the growth from there pretty quick reintroduction down here on the Mexican Wolf Project We're calling for three hundred twenty wolves over eight years and then the Mexican wolves were almost gone extinct from the wild so we had to start with a captive program captive breeding program that required to build up captive stock and then release them. And we're at about a hundred and sixty today And were mainly focused. Not on growing the population with our releases but improving the genetic stock. So there was seven animals when we got the last Mexican moles seven wolves in total in the whole world. That's all that was left of the Mexican wealth so this is back in the late seventies early eighties. At that time the Endangered Species Act just came nineteen seventy four and so the fish and Wildlife Service. Sanada trapper down to Mexico to trap some of the last remnant wolves and he got some wolves and there was a few samples in captivity. That were there that proved to be your Mexican wolves and so we had a founding stock seven and even the ones that he had caught down in Mexico. Those wolves disappeared and were largely gone by the early nineties. Every gone what happened from there is are zoos and our capital partners. Build up this population so they build up three hundred plus wolves today so that you could release wolves into the wild and still have the genetics staw in captivity where that wouldn't positive to go extinct by the risks in the wild we built from seven was a great success by our captive partners in the zoos and bill from seven to one hundred fifty in ninety eight we start releasing Mexican wolves since the while. Today were focused on the genetics. Getting diversity out there out in the wild and so what we do is we but young pops less than ten days old from captivity in two wild dance so we figured out where the wild will thin is. And put these young outs. And and wild dens it's called cross fostering and then those buffs are raised by their act and a raised like wild wolves and then they incorporate. This doesn't genetics into the population. How do you convince local ranchers and farmers that it's okay to have wolves be reintroduced because it seems to me like maybe those are some of the people who be the most resistant because they'd be worried that the wolves would may be killed or sheep or cows? And I I guess I don't try to convince them because wolves are a lot about how you see the world and so certain people stealing as as citizens of the of wilderness and and kind of showing than. It's a wild area in a wild place and they very much appreciate the how wolf in the wild and then other people they're more Utilitarian or out there on the landscape there actually working on that landscape and they make their living on that landscape and so those folks tend to be more concerned about the presence of wolves and they have to live with them and and there's economic impacts their business. So what I do try to do is work with the ranch. Our shared goal is none of us. Want depredations on live stuff. What do you mean depredations So when Wolves Jill livestock something that people own. It's considered a depredation. Something that person owns we're talking with John Oakley from the US Fish and Wildlife Service about wolves. He's the field projects coordinator for the Mexican Wolf Program. We're GONNA come right back and talk more with John Oak Leaf right after a break. You're listening to public radio.

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"wolves" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"wolves" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Auto pay. Sometimes it feels like time standing at strong hung chance auto ordinary income beings when I romney and by the lake to face injured goes in. When is a nine Took instant dance again. How.

"wolves" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"wolves" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"The other animals came back as well because they were eating all the elk and deer where they had many many of them because nobody else was eating them before and so they also started being more aware of the wolves and now started moving around more and so more vegetation started growing because they were eating everything which meant more songbirds came in and they will also driving away the coyotes so they were more bunnies and more other animals so the whole ecosystem changed in Yellowstone National Park. When the Wolf's came back and all the other animals came back as well so they are very very important a players in the ecosystem. One might say they weren't only in. North America they were also All over Europe in the Northern Hemisphere. And the coming back in certain areas to their old stomping grounds so to speak what other kinds of keystone predators are there. Do they all work in a similar way to wolves yes they work in similar ways to wolves and they're very important eating the old sake and week? Wa avalon's of a herd of deer and elk for example or taking out there little animals and evading diseases because where the Wolf Sargon for example there's more chronic wasting disease among the deer. What's a chronic wasting disease? It's a disease among deer when they are in one place together. See The wolves. They are keeping the herds of deer and elk moving because they always have to look over their shoulder and see if there's any wolf's around and he can't just hang around and they break up in little bands like for example the the females and does and the their offspring for example then never together in huge herds but humans often put them in enclosures or put them together and in huge herds for the hunters and a feeding them at in villa situations. When there aren't any wolf's around there is a lot disease because they're giving it to each other. It's kind of like right now. We have to stay away from each other to not pass on the virus to each other. It's the same with the an elk when there's too many of them and one of them is sick and the wolves not taking out the old sick and weak ones of a herd of deer elk. Then they'll pass it onto each other and a whole hurt is compromised by that. We have found that in New Mexico as well in northern New Mexico within L. Kurt for example. What can you do to stop this disease? The best way is to bring the walks back because they will. They're the ones that That can eat kill and deere for example. That is sick. They are the only ones because they walls that way. And when they were looking at wolf skills in yellowstone national.

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"wolves" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"wolves" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Wolf who? I cried in the post US night. So yellow eyes shining. Yeah no UH spun tales with voice and I open my mouth to US night as always for prince could swim ever receive South Pole to know. No add on the polio. Cry Birth ship. Joni Sean and I know what a joke con own east. But I've lies on my tongue. I don't know how Stati where game from you have no reason. I have known proof that this time. I swear I'm telling the truth are so that'll move. Tayo to to on no eighty among these coming down to where I could swim ever seen South Pole to North Carolina could try retrieve scale every shale only the truth long. Stay for that. I know only if the boy cry Oh you're listening to the children's hour and today we're talking about wild wolves as opposed to pet peeves and on the line with us is Elka Doer. She is an award winning filmmaker an animal communicator and author photographer storyteller lover of life and the founder of the nonprofit web of.

"wolves" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"wolves" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Who's with us? Hi It's Melissa. Hi It's Isaac though then. Hello somebody's I it's Alumina I. It's th-annual will you are. We are having a show today about wild wolves. They're furry they're cute but they're wild. What do you guys think of? Wolves are great. I think they're awesome really cool. They're amazing why do you think they're amazing? Illy because they have the kind of for that they can take to like me in the winter. And I think they're cool because They're also at Yellowstone National Park. Yeah we'RE GONNA be talking more about those wolves in Yellowstone National Park will. Free introduction is happening on a global scale and they never were completely made extinct. They're here in New Mexico to we have some wolves that have been reintroduced to the wild in southern New Mexico. I really love thinking about wolves because I love thinking about how dogs are related to wolves and when I see my dog sometimes I think about how you know. Once upon a time you were wild yes I think they're really cool because they have their own thing when they come together and they're all like they're like a little pack yeah they really are experts in teamwork maybe we have something to learn about teamwork and working together from wolves and they all have a lot of power ecosystem. Well that's what's so fascinating and our first guest l. Cadore is very interested in wolves in the wild and she has a lot to say about exactly that we're also going to be talking with John Oak Leaf. He is from the fish and Wildlife Service. And he's based in Albuquerque but he works on the Mexican Wolf Program in fact he's the field projects coordinator for that program. And we'll learn from him about what's happening with the reintroduction of wolves into.

coordinator Yellowstone National Park fish and Wildlife Service New Mexico Isaac Illy Cadore Mexican Wolf Program John Oak Leaf Albuquerque