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"zoli" Discussed on KNSS
"At sea now, here in the Mark Levin Show tweets me says so. This is how principal conservatism ends with Rich Zoli whining. The calorie counts on menus are great infringement on his liberty. The GOP is after killed by the Trump cancer and Biden and Michelle Obama going to wipe it out at every level of government in November. Okay, Right. So I've spent the entire show talking about calorie counts on menus right? And then nothing else. I point that out because it's just one of those things of again a mindset of the left, Which is that Left your devices, you'll always make the wrong decision. And if they don't control you and take away your freedom and your liberty, then you'll make the wrong decisions and hurt other people. So they have to have lots and lots of controls and lots and lots of rules, I would think is a principal conservative. You be opposed to that I would think is a principal conservative. Everybody would say we need to put more focus back on the individual in less on institutions right less on institutions like Government agencies, government departments, schools, colleges, less on institutions and more on government, moron moron individuals. I mean and less on government. I would think a principal conservative would believe that Unfortunately, now we've come to this place in America, where We have so many Republicans who've decided that really they like government. They do They like it a lot. They just want to be in control of it and then use government to get their way. They just want to make sure that they're and when they're not in charge, running around, telling everybody that they don't want government to be infringing on their life at every level, But then they get in charge, and they decide they really dio and their their praises. Principled moderates. You know, they're moderates, their principal. They're wise. They're very, very Very wise because they want to use the power of government actually to regulate people. To regulate people and control things because they want to get their way. So they're just used the levers of government their way. You know, that's all. Just pull this lever in that lever. And, you know, I would think at this point in American history, we can look around and go. Can we Maybe ease off the throttle a little bit. Of being so deferential. Two government authority, government agencies, bureaucracy. But every time we try to roll back regulations, for example, people screaming go. You've made the world a more dangerous place. You've made the world everybody's going to die. Now. One of the things I think that Trump has done very well on is rolling back regulations. But there's so many regulations. You can't even you don't even know where to count right? You even know where to begin. There's so many regulations, so it's not even imagine a matter of trying to get rid of all you never could, but you try to rule them back. Think how many regulations that the Democrats wanted put in. So if you hate trump so much you want Joe Biden in there? Just think about how many regulations they'll put in around things like climate change, for example, how many executive orders how many regulations and rules will be issued from the Oval Office around the single biggest greatest threat to humanity of our time? As they say climate change? Just imagine the future. Just imagine that future which is that the Democrats are in charge, and the single biggest existential threats of humanity in their minds is climate change, and now they've got the power. Don't just end with menu counts calorie counts on menus, genius. It ends with the government basically.
Whats Changed in Marketing Since The Lockdown
"Welcome to another episode of school, I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil. Patel and they were gonNA. Talk about what's changed in marketing since the law fouts. We've been locked out for for how long eight weeks weeks. Yeah, let's say like two plus months at this point. What my hair is getting crazy I. don't know how your hair stink. You just like shaven separate question. Yeah, I just shaved my own head I always have I save money on the haircut. As far. As what has changed a marketing since lot that well, initially, at least we talk about what happened out the gate, I'll say right out the gate. When the lockdown happened for most people, they shut down their marketing because a lot of what they were saying at the time allowed their market messages all campaigns for the other, no longer relevant, the messaging all became about helping other people supporting at doing what we can to just give back to the community and make sure we come out of this, so we can say the message has definitely changed. The messaging has changed quite a bit also the big thing that's also change your marketing. Costs have become a lot cheaper so pre lockdown. You had a Lotta small medium. Businesses were bidding on paid ads, even though they weren't the biggest spenders, all these systems are auction based systems. If you have a lot of people, spending money increases the prices overall his Zoli much inventory now when you have a lot of these people not bidding anymore, because they're out of business, some of them hopefully will come back. A Lot will still be out of business. The costs are cheaper for literally almost every single industry from overseeing online or paid ads. And then I just had it for a second. I'll change it over to. If you look at it. The League prolific content that used to have maybe people following them around. The. World a lot of them are they don't get to do that anymore, so they've had pivot a little bit and kind of similar to what they're doing right now. Neil, what used to get together and record live each other and that we've adopted over time and both good Mike's and we not only record the podcast at the same time always simulcasts, so we're seeing that more more as trend at were be more prolific with our content. Let's say because we're sample casting. I'm trying to make the most of what we have, so there's a lot more time for contemplation. And then the other thing that we're seeing to during the lockdown is your marking doesn't have to be as Polish people have accepted the fact that it's going to be more rough. Your videos are your audio may be podcast. You're content. Maybe because not everyone has as many designers or production teams, or whatever it may be getting scrappy. They're going more alive there being more real. They're okay with the errors in the edits, so that's also on the good things that I've seen in which you don't have to be too picky about what you're putting out there. Is Talent there's a lot of talent available right now, because unfortunately of are laying people off, so there's a lot of these layoffs tracker lists there's. Dot Layoffs believe, and there's another one called parachute lists dot com, and so you can look at these, and if you want really good talent right now, you can afford the great talents. A. Good time to start having conversations, but I'd discussion you. You don't want to hire too many people right now. You preserve your cash because you go to zero. You are a scheme over so
"zoli" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Class to be safe. It's a chemical defective for dogs and cats. It might be affective at killing fleas ticks is effective for your pets health, that's the difference, but it is providing this information. So that pet owners of Atanas can take into consideration when choosing fleeing products for the pets. I so ex Zoli products have been associated with neurological newer logic adverse reactions. And this includes muscle tremors. Taxila what's Taxila Jim? Is that specimens? I'll look it up. Spoke a ex. And seizures in some dogs and cats. When they say, some I know of a heck of a lot of cases I do. Although most dogs and cats haven't had no logical adverse reactions seizures may come down with after prior history of coordination, terrible. If you saw the videos just break, your heart and make you incredibly angry. Many products are available for prevention and control of Flynn, tick infestations, and you can discuss your options with your veterinarian, if I were you discuss it with an integrative hosting veterinarian. That's what I would do. What are the products? Let's repeat those again. Perfecto Cordell EEO next God. And simpatico. And what should you do? If you pet has these adverse drug events while using this product, and if the have this experience, you are you going to get straight off to veterinarian off you go? Don't waste time. Don't hope it's going to pass. Get off to the vet. The FDA continues to monitor adverse drug event reports for these products and encourages pet owners and veterinarians to report adverse drug events that slowly shoot too, because the, the reportings a little bit weak. The reporting is weak they're pointing his week for effects after vaccines, as well. So they're, they're encouraging them to report it, and you can do this by reports into the drug drugs manufacturers, who are required to report this information to the FDA all by submitting a report directly to the FDA. The report suspected adverse drug events for these products and obtain a copy of the safety data.
"zoli" Discussed on WTVN
"Our conversations were off record. So typical of these. Zoli vical, they're really bad. And so Palmerston finds himself in a crap storm, and doesn't know what to do. And I mean, if this doesn't make you shut down your Facebook account. I don't think anyone will anything will. I mean, it really shows you that. They are not. Then they're not fooling around when they will shoot themselves in the foot on a two billion dollar aquisition and force this guy out two billion dollars. They tweets they those worth billions. They don't care politics care. Really don't care about your tweets. This story is told by Blake Harris, a liberal, and nobody will give him the time of day. And I urge you to read this book. Yes. History of the future, whatever. So we had the ice cream. This is now five flavors five and six from Brooker founding flavors. Pat has made the selections here. This is an ice cream company. Started by fans of the show. Yes. And it's all based on founding fathers. So they have James armistead 's double spy undercover which is chocolate ice cream with toffee chunks swirls of marshmallow cream and caramel my gosh. What this is right here. Oh my gosh. That's the Brown. One. That is fantastic. Now has eighteen percent butterfat, Pat, an ice cream connoisseurs, Pat. And I and we look at look at us we've had ice cream literally ever since I was a childhood. My dad started this a bowl of ice cream. And it is nobody makes a bowl of ice cream. Like me. I've never seen anything like this is completely true going over to glens at one point. And he makes dinner, and it's like it was really good food. Glenn noses food, and he can see and he makes really good, but normal portions you're having nice meal. He wants a nice cream. Sure, he brings up this bowl. Like that is I think like used to store large at a produce store the middle of the island a centerpiece. Six. Every inch every inch is filled with like over the top. So like, it's like maximum structural possibility of how much talk me. Well, I've been eating my whole life. I think this is the best ice cream. I've ever had me to really really now what positive about it? Better than anything. We've even made it home. Yeah. And we make pretty good ice cream at home. Usually do the best. I scream you have this is better than that. Gosh, what other one to the other one is? My favorite founding father, Ben Franklin. He's brought with us black raspberry Republic. If you keep it now, you'll not keep it in the bowl because you'll eat it. But still this is black raspberry ice cream with dark chocolate chunks like our Republic. Not only the smoothest ice cream ever had. This is like. The best flavors. I've ever had this kind of genius really a genius. Yeah. This is going to be a thing as an is the dad. Yeah. This is gonna be a thing. And if I'm.
"zoli" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Talk radio twelve ten WPA rich Zeo league, the reality is that the derangement syndrome has now extended into the White House sort of I'll explain to you and further evidence that the coup against the president involved ambassadors. Welcome back to the show. Glad you're here is the only show on Twitter at rich Zoli and Facebook dot com slash zero show. You know? Part of the reason why I can't stand. These these Hitler comparisons is because the left makes them about Trump all the time. It's a tired cliche. You turn on morning Joe every morning either calling him Stalin or Hitler or Maur James Clyburn, who is a member of the house of representatives, by the way. He did an interview he's the majority whip Jim Clyburn from South Carolina. He is often referred to as a civil rights hero. And I think that James Clyburn is one of those guys that says super things for the sake of saying stupid things I really do. But he knows he's going to get a little news out of this. But again, I want you understand how the the leadership of the Democratic Party views the president. He's not just a crazy member of congress nutjob in Texas who keeps talking about impeachment. This guy is actually part of leadership. He's the house majority whip whip. So the whip as you know, whose job is to whip the votes the old saying. The members the whip is is a very high ranking person in the house of representatives speaker, you have the majority leader you have the whip. So this is how the democrat leadership in the house of representatives views, the president of the United States. The climate before. And that's his no. But I've studied about climate. Select this reminded, folks. It off Hitler. Elected chancellor. Germany..
"zoli" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of two thousand seventeen when Mark Levin broke down for you, exactly. The attempted coup against the president. Now, a lot of people in radio Markle's the backbenchers. They all try to act like they knew this was going on. But everybody should be giving Mark credit? He was the first one to figure this out you remember, he said wiretapping, and they will mock him they laughed at him last week. I had Mr. producer play the montage of all the late night idiots the jackals going on mocking. Mark Levin is some right wing conspiracy host right wing conspiracy. Nut. This is all true, everything that Mark said was happening is really happening. And that's why we are here today right now right here on the Mark Levin show, Mark we back with you tomorrow night. I'm rich Zoli honored to be in for the great one. Mark is a great guy. He's brilliant as you know. And he also understands the law, and he also understands I think better than anybody how the government can abuse power because he was in the Justice department. He was there. He thought he was chief of staff attorney general. So when he sees these kinds of people acting out and abusing their authority, people should pay attention to it. You know in that montage of Colbert and all the others mocking. Mark. No point two. They say former chief of staff to an attorney general of the United States of America. They just act as if he's a right wing radio Kook now let the caves out there saying all this stuff. You don't hear a lot of people in the media really spending time trying to break down. Just how dangerous this could be for our future because they've been distracted by another story taking everybody's attention away and actor on a show called empire named jussie smollet small day Jesse smaller to claims that he was the victim of a hate crime in Chicago on a very very cold night. He claims that he was walking down the street at claimed I should say because this is all a hoax. He was walking down the street at two AM when a couple of guys approached him there bleach on his face beat him up made homophobic slurs at him. Put a noose around his neck and yelled, this is mega country maga- meaning make America. Great again. When it happened all the politicians and the media quickly stopped or whatever they were doing. They dropped everything they were doing and ran and said Trump's America, you see this is Trump's America. Now, we're finding out this is all a gigantic hoax. As I said, it was the day it happened. There were way too many questions first of all who goes out and commits a hate crime at two AM in Chicago when it's negative seventy out. That's number one number two. If these guys were trying to get him because he claims he was a very outspoken. Trump critic if they were waiting to get him if they were orchestrating this. They got the bleach they got the news. They got all this stuff. They're obviously local why not wait until a better time to do it then such cold Chicago night. And if they aren't local why are they yelling this country? They know Chicago is not maga- country. It's not even close to magazine country. It's the furthest thing from Maggie country. You can ever find. Why are they doing these things? But you see the media doesn't ask any of those things they rushed to say Jesse small victim and all these grandstanding hacks. Like, my Senator New Jersey Cory Booker came out and said we have to pass the anti lynching law federal anti lynching act Virgil. This was not a lynching. It wasn't even a attempted lynching. It was a hoax now, we know that Jesse small it appears to be we don't know for. You hasn't been officially charged yet. Two guys. Two brothers to Nigerian brothers were pioneered by him. To go out there and act as the two maga- guys for the purposes of what becomes the question? What? Now, so many people doubted this when it first came out. So many people doubted this myself included, we all said come on nothing about this story adds up. First of all, Trump supporters are not sitting around with nooses and bleeds just waiting to go after people who are mean to him on Twitter. We might fight with you on Twitter. There might be a lot of that too much of that may be, but we're not going down the streets of Chicago, surely not when it's that cold to commit a hate crime. I also say there's another thing too. He didn't tell the police. They said this is Meghan country. The first time that he talked to the police that was the next day, you probably remember that. Right. If you are an outspoken critic of Donald Trump, and you're going on Twitter, and you're bashing him all the time. And a couple of guys beat the hell out of you throw bleach in your face. Put a noose around your neck and yell. This is mega country maga-, meaning make America great. Again. You remember that detail? That's probably the first thing you tell the police so that they can go catch the guys who give it to you. He didn't tell the police that till they called him the next day and said, hey, we're seeing this stuff on that. They asked him. We're seeing stuff on social media. Did these guys say this is Meghan country. Oh, oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I did. I forget to say that that I missed that. So there are all these doubters. He gives us big interview with Robin Roberts on good Morning, America. And all these other people who are coming out there and saying and this interviews amazing too. Because Robin Roberts just basically gave him the opportunity now to go after Trump people and maga- people at all these other people and to go after the doubters Sigui after anybody who doubts his story. She doesn't probe is story Robin Roberts of ABC news doesn't get into the details of the time. The place all the questions that arise to anybody. Who has common sense? She gets let's talk. Let's go, and you see this is part of the larger narrative that in Donald Trump's America hate crimes are rampant. They occur all the time. This is the new normal because of his America he allows this to happen. He encourages this to happen. And his supporters are all maggot up that they're going outside a subway at two AM on a cold Chicago night with Gleason. Bleacher news, the try to get a guy who's mean to him on Twitter. And then he Jesse smaller was given the opportunity to discuss his anger over the reaction to his claims. What is it that has you so angry.
Jeff Baylon, Bloomberg And Eighty Seven Percent discussed on 24 Hour News
"More if the trade war does dissipate, and if they're able to get to an agreement that's a win win for both sides, then that would probably put a risk on back into the market if that were to occur there was encouraging news for workers worried about losing their jobs to automation manpower says instead of replacing humans robots are creating a need for workers. Eighty seven percent of the employers responding to a worldwide survey say they will increase or maintain headcount as a result of automating the earnings reporting season started out slowly the pace. Of course. Results will pick up this week with money. News from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff baylon h rich Zoli nobody wants to be in pain. Nobody, but nobody wants to be inconvenienced my friends at premier orthopedics, get it.
"zoli" Discussed on Rotated Views
"To us and stuff like that. So I I just to benefits me. I learn more about it. And I also have to bring into my job and show my bosses, you know, what I learned in. What what what else what's new out there, like, technology wise and stuff? Yeah. For sure. Yeah. I mean, I it's it's one of those things. So we have those at my particular employers. Well, and it's it's very true. When you say that you're saying on the cutting edge of information because you're to think like we're so caught up in doing what we do. Right. That it's hard to stay fully are tension. Fully on what's the next big thing when you have companies that Zoli focus on somebody who just makes clippers or just makes you know editors or whatever they focus on one thing or just make scissors or whatever they just focus on just that. And then they come and explain it or do small little demonstration. Okay. Cool. Because you could the vast how great the internet is you get lost in the sauce. You're like, well, what's really good? What I'm saying? You know, if for us just just even here like the type of products that we're using for our use to produce this podcast. It started off say going to like all website and saying what are they using to do a podcast? You know what I'm saying? So it's like I can do that. Or should I just try to figure it out myself? No, you wanna just go straight to like someone who's already doing it or knows what's the best. So so networking, and that sense already is like the benefits are priceless. So do you guys find networking to be easy or how is it with you? I mean, I know for me it's for me. It's never easy. Even even when I'm there for something that I want to be there for, but I think after you know, it depends on the networking event to I've been to someone where they do. They purposely do. Like ice, breakers and stuff like that. So putting like little groups and you'd like to interact with each other..
"zoli" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Are here on Twitter at rich Zoli. Got a candidate for congress studio. Meet a very happy to have is young guy to Ryan live is the two thousand eighteen Republican candidates seeking election to the US house for the third congressional district Pennsylvania Brian to see man, sir. Thanks, rich. Thanks for having me on are probably how old are you? I just turned thirty three actually September. So you got to be one of the youngest candidates in the. One of the youngest candidates in the country. And I'm the youngest candidate here in Pennsylvania. You are VIN tastic on either side, are you technically a millennial? Are you still in the range technically, you are you'll see that? And you're Republicans. So you shatter the stereotypes all that. There's a lot more conservatives and Republicans in Philadelphia, then more people, I know millennials get a bad rap, and they really do. But guys like you give us hope for the generation. That's now tell us about this district that you're running and right now. Sure. So it is a combination of the old I and the old second. So it's all of center city, Philadelphia. Seventy percent of south Philadelphia, west Philadelphia. And then we go up into many east falls Roxborough and then over into north west Philadelphia Germantown nice down another pockets in north Philadelphia. This is one of the new districts created by the supreme court. Correct. It is okay. And the your opponent right now in the race. And I don't want to mention them or not he won't debate. You he refuses to debate. Okay. His name is to white Evans. You want to mention that's fair. So he is a democrat. Obviously, he's not even to give you the time of day to debate. You're neither going to give the voters of the district. He opportunity to hear from both of you exactly mean interested the nail on the head rich. It's not so much that he's not giving me the time of day. He's not giving the voters of the third congressional district and opportunity here. Why should be re elected to congress? Right. Well, what is he scared of great question? How many terms has he been there for well? He's running for his second term in congress. When he was a state Representative in west Philadelphia in the state house here for thirty six years. So he's a lifetime politicians. Sure. Definitely a lifetime politician. Well, the district. I mean, obviously, whatever talking about Philadelphia, you're dealing with the Democratic Party. And so it's very very difficult. But this particular race is interesting because it's Pennsylvania. The governor's race in which you're working hard for Scott Wagner candidate for governor. You're also doing something called ten thousand backpacks tells about that. So I made a promise a couple of weeks ago when I was in Harrisburg with our state share Valdez Giorgio and also Rick Lockridge who's our chair, and we were talking about why are young Republicans that are running for congress statehouse and other seats, and I said, you know, I'm gonna make a bold bold promise here, and I'm going to say to the to the citizens and voters of the third congressional district. If you vote me in the next fall, I'm going to lead a fundraising drive that provides ten thousand kids in poverty stricken areas and Philadelphia with backpacks and school supplies to start the year. I'm giving voters ten thousand reasons for me. I mean, have you ever heard of a congress congressman or candidate saying anything like that? I've heard of people giving out cigarettes and street money. But this is actually something beneficial, correct? It's actually a wonderful thing that you're talking about doing. And of course, that that goes. To one of your themes Brian live, which is to break the cycle of poverty. We have to break the cycle poverty. It is there's pockets of this congressional district like Palestine section of west Philadelphia. Rich fifty to sixty percent of the population is living in poverty. Median household. Incomes of seventeen eighteen thousand dollars a year. These are sections that white has represented for years and years and years, and this is. And this is all over throughout the city of Philadelphia. I mean, you know, our poverty rates twenty six percent citywide national averages what twelve fourteen percent and might be wrong on that number. But then you have pockets of Philadelphia that are forty fifty sixty seventy percent poverty. How do these people keep getting reelected every years? I wanna know the question. It's a great question. You ask you've had one party rule of Philadelphia for decades. And they keep reelecting the people that continue to fail them. I just I don't know why. Philadelphia residents won't wake up. You got a young guy here thirty three years old. And you've been endorsed by Lieutenant governor candidate, Jeff Bartos, stay rep, John Taylor city councilman. Ow. Ow. Cowb- injure Offenburg burger and the Pennsylvania young Republicans. So, you know, you you you obviously have a lot of energy and new ideas. It'd be amazing to bring some fresh perspective for a young guy to go to congress. I mean, how amazing would that be right? It would be fantastic. And it's not just a fresh perspective. But it's actually new ideas. So we talk rich about breaking the cycle apology. In idea and a policy that I'm proposing is that we tweak our Pell grant system that we have right now, which is around forty billion dollars a year that gets awarded on on an annual basis. Take ten percent of forty billion. I e four billion dollars earmarked that money for any kind of training certification courses. There's jobs that are paying fifty sixty seventy thousand dollars yearly pharmacy technicians, auto mechanics, computer, coders, the list goes on and on and on these jobs. Don't require a college education, you require certification and training that costs money. So why don't we use some of this money that we have without raising taxes without increasing any kind of spending us what we have to help the thousands of kids in the city, Philadelphia that aren't graduating high school. I'm not saying we shouldn't send kids to college rich. I'm saying that we have thousands of kids that aren't graduating high school, the do nothing. I mean, well, I think there's nothing wrong with suggesting maybe we should take another look at sending kids to college. I mean, they don't necessarily learn any skill. In college. And there are a lot of people who could benefit from learning the kind of skills. You're talking about college isn't for everybody. You have to be able to say that and say that, you know, not everybody needs to go and have the liberal indoctrination in college either. But we do need people to work. And I think your plan makes a lot of sense for that perspective. And what does it look like Richie? If we're talking about a psychopathy, and we're talking about someone that was born in poverty. Median household income under twenty thousand dollars and then at eighteen we break that cycle by getting them trained and placed into one of these fields where they're making fifty thousand dollars a year year one health benefits, and oh, by the way, new student loan debt. Does that break the cycle of poverty goes a long way to do it? I think it starts right, Brian where can people find you, by the way, so Brian Libere Y A N dot com is the website came on Twitter is Elliott for seem with Facebook and Instagram is a liability I for congress. Now, I know that we're going to say something that people are going like, particularly minority. That you support term limits. Yes, sir. Good good eighty percent of America supports term. I know it's a mad. It's one of the reasons why. The same people are there for decades and decades, and there's never any new ideas. The system is rigged. It's also very difficult to challenge incumbent, obviously, everywhere you look it. Sure is so how many how many terms by the way, Brian is is the appropriate number. You think you know? I don't know how you do it in terms of how many actual terms, but I think ten years is more than enough. I think you cap it at ten I don't know if you tweaked out to you know, you make it to five year terms. I don't know how exactly you do that. But I think ten years is more than enough to accomplish everything that you need to accomplish for your district and for your city, and then you move on. And by the way, creates new blood and fresh perspective and new ideas, and in those people that they they don't like term limits. They're like well term limits is voting people out of office every election. I said if only if it was that, easy, then sure I don't think people understand the way you descend. The system is designed how many young people do you see congress right now how many two or three hundred thirty five the majority or over the age of fifty eight years old and had been there for over fifteen years. So that's you're saying it's the power of incumbency, and they wind up drawing districts that protect their incumbent seats. I tell us about your day job, by the way. So I'm all in for this right now, I was in real estate for for a couple of years and put that on hold for the last couple of months, I've been all in I'm focused on doing everything I can to win this race doing everything we can to increase awareness for for Scott Wagner, and for Jeff Bartos. And and for for everyone else that's running. But you are a guy comes from the private sector. You are somebody who actually has to go out there and work for a living. I spent almost nine years in small business environment where start at the bottom as a collector. It was a financial services business and starters collector and worked over to legal and human resources and sales. And next thing. You know, what twenty four years old and the chief operating officer of a multimillion dollar business thirty full-time employees managing so yet to your point. I know what it's like to sign paychecks to retain customers. I e translate that into voters and also finding the best talent, you know. And that's something not Philadelphia. But in Pennsylvania, as you know, we are lacking lagging should be the word in every economic indicator throughout the state of Pennsylvania right now. I mean, you hear Scott and Jeff talk about this. The fact that we're forty fifth in the nation and entrepreneurship, we're forty eighth and job growth. How is that possible in the state of Pennsylvania with the resources that we have in Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh and were forty two fifteen every economic ranking doesn't make sense Brian live wanna thank you for coming in studio. I wanna thank you for running for congress. Congressional. All district. Thirty three years old bright check him out. Okay. On Twitter at live for to, sir. And Brian live dot com. Distress lucky my friend. Thank you. Appreciate it. Thank you very much. You got it. All right. So. One of the things that I forgot to get to eighty percent of Americans believe political correctness is a problem. We'll talk about it but five forty five with checking with dawn. Good afternoon. Here. It is five forty five sunny, sixty two degrees. Talk radio twelve ten WPA. A developing story here, Pennsylvania, Republican gubernatorial nominee, Scott Wagner, speaking out, explaining himself, using what he calls a metaphor saying that he'll stomp on the face of democratic governor Tom Wolfe with quote Gulf spikes. He has come out and said, look, I I did not mean this literally this was simply a metaphor wolves campaign saying the comments show Wagner's quote on a hinged on fit for office now explaining himself explaining this is I don't understand don't understand a New Jersey couple accused of trying to kill their dog. They're now facing criminal charges. Mount olive township police say sweet ten-year-old border collie named scout was shot six times with a BB gun because the couple caring for them. According to court documents could no longer afford him. So the issue here is the couple is charged. But the veterinarian who save. Him the dog's going to be okay in the dog's going to get a good home, and it will be adopted by one of those veterinarian so happy ending there. Also with authorities in West Chester university investigating after a cell phone was found taped under a sink in a gender neutral bathroom. So now the university is they're investigating police investigating that one. Okay. Real quick. The eyewitness fall weekend forecast. Tomorrow morning showers, but turning cloudy, crisp and cool a high of fifty nine degrees, Sunday, mostly cloudy, but again, crisp cool, sixty two degrees Johnston. Stop all over your face. My golf shoes Stocker struggle over your face with my golf spikes. It's just a great data. I think he was thinking about golfing, right, right? That's it. That's it. That's Netflix.
"zoli" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Talk radio twelve ten WPA. She Rick from all the infrared Zoli. On this remembrance day. September eleventh twenty eighteen seventeen years after the terrible events of two thousand and one. The question. I asked before we went to break is do you feel safer or are we as a nation safer today than in two thousand and one eight five five eight three nine twelve ten eight five five eight three nine twelve ten Joan in Philadelphia. You're on talk radio twelve ten. Joan. Hello joan. Once twice. No joan. Right. Try back Joan. So here's the thing. So we get asked this all the time. I will tell you that. I think that the answer is. Yes, that we general generally are safer despite what we're seeing in terms of the growth of al-qaeda, and I think we really need to be focused on that organization again. Because they're probably stronger than they have been in years. They were decimated after two thousand one. Based on the work of two administrations the Bush administration and the Obama administration, and I know that the Trump administration continues the battle it's one that look many administrations will probably have to continue. In other words, the deal is you have to stay vigilant with this. Now, we're safer. I think our progress has not been exactly I'd say it's been uneven. I think it's fair to say we've had threats to to the country that have been strong. We've had threats that they've waxed waned and the world I think is less stable probably in in in the aftermath of two thousand and one and certainly in general if you think about what has happened in think about well, do you think about Russia? You think about Syria, you think about the instability that is grown in the Middle East a place of historic instability. It is. Has changed. But. In terms of counterterrorism in terms of what we as a country have done. We are leaps and bounds ahead of where we were. I believe we were very naive as a country prior to two thousand one the rest of the world Israel in particular Europe to a large degree. Really understood the threat of of radical Islamist terrorists. And we did. But we always felt so insulated in this country. And to me that was the biggest change that day innocence lost. I think that's right. And that you cannot get back. Look what we've done since. Then. Is can we sit here and say, oh, it's going to put a stop to any threat. No, absolutely. Not. No system's perfect. But and I suspect the number I gave in terms of the tax my suspicion is there are many more. We don't know about that have been thwarted based on the good work of counter terrorists counterterrorism specialists, and in particularly those in the intelligence community who have done a yeoman's like job your job trying to. Make sure that plots are never carried out. And so I think that it is that much harder to carry out large plots, which is one of the reasons I think ISIS took the tactic. They did which was smaller attacks, those sorts of things. Rent a truck, bingo, truck or. Send some knife wielding lunatic into a crowd or something along those lines you it's very hard to avoid all of that. But to the extent that we've been able to avoid the larger save for a few around the world Paris being an example of that the Brussels, but. And make and London. They're still not as large as what occurred in two thousand and one, and I think that we've made good strides in great efforts. Not to me. We can't stop. Let's take a.
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"Week at Zoli back from his vacation Tuesday Be back on Monday So, looking forward to it Tracy butlers in the studio with our weekend weather and some laughs I, haven't seen you in a Ma I swear a month two weeks I've been here you haven't you missed last week well yes because I was over at the air mater shell doing all the. Pre-game festivities. While they were doing the rehearsals at the air, water show so yeah so and then. The week before we, were together Because I? Was. Out of town okay so is in Cincinnati for the western and southern open. Did your daughter do we'll see? Well, hopefully, she'll get there someday but that's the professional tournament and we saw Roger Federer nice and can I tell you our Roger Federer story sure. So, my, children have been wanting a dog for a long Three yes three dogs Okay to of. Sleep. In. The bed Mendis okay, with. That love see Lonzo Iberian husky At. A. Mutt that sleeping, in bed with us Okay so the. Children who wanted a. Dog for a long time we are so. Busy it would. Not, be fair to the dog. It just lease no it wasn't such a bad excuse me. Four rental to watch the? Practice with Roger Federer when did you turn eighty I can't believe I love animals I really do but I'm realistic about our life. So we went to watch Roger Federer at the western southern open practice, unbeknownst, to. Me my husband tells my children if you get Roger Federer's autograph I'll get you a dog that's awesome, so the girls come down because I have a spot all staked out. And fetters my favorite player and so I'm standing there and Cassandra. Comes. Down to me and says mom dances if we get registered. Autograph we're going to. Get a dog and like what happened to. The United front. You, know that you're supposed to. Have with your spouse and your children and both my girls. Got Roger Federer's autograph you're? Getting.
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"Drives to clarify his remarks when he says America was, never that great but. Nobody's buying it welcome back. To the show. Glad you're here this show, appreciate it very very much on Twitter at rich Zoli and Facebook dot com slash show for. The time being now I. Wanna play. You this cut this is Andrew Cuomo the governor of the state of New York and a potential twenty. Twenty presidential. Candidate all right. Take a listen we're not going. To. Make, America great again It was ever. That. Great We. Have not reached great mess we will reach greatness when. Every American is fully engaged we will reach greatness when discrimination. And stereotyping against women fifty one percent of our population is gone and every woman's full potential is realized and unleash and every woman. Is making her, fall contribution when that happens this nation is going. To be taken even hot Okay and you heard, him, get booed their the reason why. He's going down as crazy wacky. Road is because he's got a primary challenge Cynthia Nixon running hardcore laugh she's out socialist she's fully embracing the left in so Cuomo's gotta. Show them hey I've got my. Left e. Boniface to now his office is clarified here's. The statement they put out a short time ago quote governor. Cuomo disagrees with the president the governor believes America is great and matter full greatness will be fully realized what every man woman and. Child has fully, quality America has not yet reached its maximum potential Okay that's what they say. The governor believes but she clearly heard him say America was never that Great America not that great we're not gonna make America great again It was, ever that great really sounds like he sounds like a guy at. A golf club. Whose unhappy right like you. Know. Listen That guy who's. Running. The, course says he it was never that great things on the field what. Is this place dump we're. Not gonna, make America great, again. It was ever that great ever. Since they changed chefs. At. That. Restaurant it was never that great the past the came out soft I can't? Get, a freaking, out Crescent that's what. He. Sounds, like the governor that's that's what he sounds like right there unbelievable hey. What's with the chef this. Place is, never been that, great. What am I paying for here It was ever that great I don't know if I'm going to, renew my membership in America. To be honest with you I think we're overpaying here, I'm? What ten percent. Off with the snack bar was never that great every stereotypical New Yorker right complaining about everything Right Yeah Andrew Cuomo is every obnoxious New Yorker you've ever thought, of? Right they're complaining about. Anything could be. Anything take out, America just put something else in. There of, course it's our nation he's complaining, about but it could be literally. Anything And, this place was ever that great The waiters quite frankly I gotta go to three minutes without. Getting a refill on? My ice tea what is this place America not for nothing but just saying I'm just saying you could, be great but. Not now if you cut the grass get a new. Chef and how about some activities like I dunno botchy ball courts maybe somebody can come out, here and I don't know my wife will massages all I'm saying the MRs. Would like a little You don't have to, give it to. Us for free but I'm just saying as much as. Too much asked my wife gets a treatment you know what I'm saying He is The basic completely. Complaining planning it was never. That great First, of all if it's gonna. Be great get new pastrami Change I, want boar's head cold cuts, Methodist decent, Watson So he realized the crowd wasn't having it even though he tried. To, go on and on about what could make America. Great but he just failed completely fell on his face I think he. Was expecting applause to break out, when he, continued There were moments. Where I think he was expecting huge applies to. Break out and it was crickets like a rousing build them up The guy who stands up at. The meeting of, the condo association And he's like we need our driveways shoveled how about we. Also get better leaf removal and swimming pool is open at night Right it's what he's thinking right there We need. To Parker Arvizu in driveways visa driveways. I? Don't wanna look at them anymore America. Great again it was ever that great All..
"zoli" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Tom hartman here with you donald trump announcing plans for an executive order to detain families indefinitely together and might that have something to do all immigration just tweeted this and i just retweeted it with the question does this have something to do with why donald trump is going from you can hold kids for twenty days which is the flora's settlement to we're going to issue an executive order saying that you can hold kids forever as long as you hold their parents to with them all demonstrations tweets immigration prison for profit geo group has a political action committee pac headed by ceo george zoli they spent six hundred seventy thousand dollars the first five months of this year details details here and they linked to a federal election commission dot gov fcc dot gov link this shows that the who the pack the money went to the largest chunk of money went to the national republican congressional committee second largest was the mccarthy victory fund the third was rubio victory committee that's interesting marco rubio's the third largest recipient of funds from this pack for the private prison group the fourth is the national republican senatorial committee the fifth is the republican national committee the sixth largest recipient is team josh i'm not sure which josh that is the seventh is team ryan i'm i'm pretty sure that's probably paul ryan and then the eighth is the democratic committee congressional campaign committee.
"zoli" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"A candidate that they can find to us if they want to what what is one of the zoli theorems i give you all the time it's that if the government wants to get you they'll find a way they'll find something you know i they didn't need trump's tax returns but do you really believe that they were private throughout the entire two thousand sixteen election is anybody really believe that or does anybody really believe they couldn't have gotten them out if they wanted to so what stops the president of the united states from making sure that his designated candidate wins when he's got the fbi he's got the intelligence community he can get warrants they can get national security letters they can do it and all they can just make it up you just got to make up reasons oh well quarter pages and adviser and he was in russia so therefore let's open an investigation all right sounds good let's do it now we're in we get the spy we get to be part of it we're now we're in you know and then and then when the other candidate the one who the president the sitting president at the time barack obama is backing for president is under criminal investigation he sends word out on national television that what she's being investigated for by his fbi was a mistake but not a threat to national security code word for let her off the hook and so in these close elections where you know i mean one little thing can change everything if you have the executive branch of government vindicating one candidate targeting another where's the free election there where's how does that work in a republican doesn't right the whole point of our system was that the people would choose their president the united states now the electoral college exists so that the states would make sure that they all had to say that it would not just be run by the majority of a particular state that's why we have the system we have and it's a good system it's the best there is it's the best of all the worst systems i don't know of a better one anywhere but but it was all about we deciding who the president was not by majority rule but the states the people and the.
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"Talk now dirtying minutes stop talk with rich well come to talk radio twelve ten wpa it is the ratio is show it's the drive at five but you got cremonia mazaroli sitting in for rich zoli were say to be here look best part of the show the drive at five thirty minutes of nonstop talk radio excited to be here right and so i look i think we begin to the to the facebook issue there's so many angles to talk about not the least of which this isn't even the i don't want to get into that right now zuckerberg goes on the list of the one of the luckiest people in the world it's not for because i don't want it it's not because he created facebook because that that's his own merit right it's there's so many other headlines this week that are distracting from really the focus would be on what he's been talking about not much different than the moon shot happening at the same time ted kennedy drove his car off oh what a better segue totally should have done the the moon shot distracting from chappaquiddick analogy considering we talked about the movie so you had zuckerberg on in front of congress this week testifying about what happened lots of clips you went over several of them yesterday.
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"Slash z only show and on twitter at rich zoli after the show today we'll do our show leftovers on facebook facebook live we will live it for you and you can comment we have a number of great stories to talk about okay so here's deal share this with you and we have to say now if this is a win for president trump or a win for jerry brown this is going to be the analysis right here we go dear secretary nielsen and secretary mattis persons your request the california national guard will accept federal funding to add approximately four hundred guard members statewide to supplement the staffing of its ongoing programme to combat trans national crime this program is currently staffed by two hundred and fifty personnel statewide including fifty five at the california border you're funding for new staffing will allow the gorge do what it does best support operations targeting transnational criminal gangs human traffickers and illegal firearm and drug smugglers along the border the coast and throughout the state combating these criminal threats are priorities for all americans republicans and democrats that's why the state and the guard have long supported this important work and agreed to similar targeted assistance underbush obama but let's be crystal clear on the scope of this mission this will not be a mission to build a new wall it will not be mission to round up women and children or detain people escape ping violence and seeking a better life and the california national guard will not be enforcing federal immigration laws but it will take your money and thank you and we'll just kinda hang out the border and sort of stand there and it'd be like hey what's going on up man hang ten what are they saying.
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"Page facebook dot com slash zoli show but it's not exactly the nsa coming after you where you don't have a choice this is this is a private entity and if cambridge analytica was using data to compile profiles of people which literally the obama campaign was once praised for doing is ahead of the time and part of the reason why they won the two thousand twelve election what what what exactly has transpired here that is so incredibly problematic other than it's now the fact that it might have helped trump win and really probably did i mean brad par scouse brilliant guy and what the work that they did with his firm in terms of getting profiles on people and engaging them and finding ways to engage him scrapes great stuff but look nobody thinks you go online you have any any privacy left i mean not not zero i it's all gone but i have i have no problem with facebook and tj maxx tracking me and knowing what i'm doing and making profiles about because they can't kill me they can arrest me they can't they can't bar in my door with guns drawn and take away my liberty so yes as a consumer i'm okay with that i'm okay with mainly because the genie's out of the bottle here there's no putting it back in there isn't i mean if you think you have any expectation of privacy in the cyber world you're crazy you don't it's gone it's all gone it's all out there it's early out there but but the bigger problem though is that facebook has profited off of this for a long time it's been going on everybody knows been going on but zuckerberg was this young charitable philanthropic lefty and they loved him and his california they loved him and they didn't really care until all of that was in was a way for then donald trump to become president now suddenly they wanna go on the attack and they want to shut it down and destroy it there's a great post over at my favorite libertarian site reason dot com it's from elizabeth nolan brown it was a great writer and she says what cambridge analytica was doing was marketing not black magic there wasn't there wasn't anything illegal going on here what they were trying to do was they were trying to make money they were trying to.
"zoli" Discussed on The Changelog
"For adnoc here uh this is like where he got hooper's his ears are perking up the lava i was still look back at the size of this this side true north and ousting like yeah the size of thing i was actually thinking about at what point does because these things are really really small at what point does a you know chip or microchip or whatever you however you want to turn this gets so small that it gets to the very very small which if you study physics and things like that you know life like we see it and you see the very very big which is planet sizes and you know universe sizes than he had the very small which is like adam sizes like how small the ratings get but then this star conversations far more interesting to uh i like that so there's lots of physics that goes on department of energy serious roads shameless plug it's a i can endorse the department of energy it's a good place to work because you get to find out about stuff like yeah santa interest in so it yeah so i mean yeah the interesting thing about this is that if this national emissions zoli is that your simulating a star it's very small um it's it's you know the target is like a few millimetres in diameter versus it but you're trying to cause the same confusion burn that would happen in like the sun and so it's all these lasers colliding right the light from these lays gliding they create the few via yeah that's right it's it's they the lasers come in they hit this kenneth cylinder whole thing called horam committed gold um that gets really hot x rays come out of it in implode target in the middle um in that's that's the idea a doing alafaya simulated on computers and then to hit very few hikkaduwa physically in the building but the young it than these typically stomach they can do it simulated this is a good example of the type of work we do so nif is um where you're trying to do it physically we're trying to get fusion burned there um but to understand how this thing is working right um we have to do simulation too.
"zoli" Discussed on WJR 760
"The picture i'm just getting started on the savage nation who is on the o group board of directors that is making billions off the illegal aliens living in luxury resorts and by the way this may explain why the republicans along with the democrats have been lobbying for amnesty in one form or another lindsey graham john john mccain while these are not household names but they have names in in addition to ceo george zoli who at the time of the writing was chairman of the board the board of directors at the time of the writing included richard glanton chairman and ceo of elected facing and norman and former director of the federal bureau of prisons let me pause right here the former director of the us federal bureau of prisons was on ios board think about that for a moment all legal business as usual but it gets even worse and you're not gonna like what you're about to here as i said to you before it's all perfectly legal what they're doing it's business as usual to them and they are all doing very well indeed they came to do good and they did very well indeed like the missionaries in hawaii clarence he anthony president and ceo of anthony government solutions inc kristof a wheeler and julie and would also board members of geo at the time of the writing they're not household names will wait until you hit a punchline of today's show because you haven't heard it yet are you ready get out your copy of government zero one turned to page one eighty nine all of you rock ribbed rightwing republicans the koch brothers david in shawls or who are two of the richest people in the world are key funders of the american legislative exchange council alec the koch brothers david in shawls who are two of the richest people in the world our key funders at the time of the writing of the book of the american legislative exchange council alec there you have it you thought it was all liberals who wanted amnesty but today you learned on the savage nation socalled conservatives are also guiding forces behind the illegal immigration surge because they on facilities with thousands of unused beds and they want you to fill them and pay for them it's big business big government than big religion all in one bundle and they're getting paid off of your back and now you know the rest of the story.