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Caeleb Dressel Wins Two More Gold Medals to Lift US Swimming
"For the U. S swimming team at the Tokyo Summer Games table of Dressel Highlights a golden end for Team USA is the swimming portion of the Games concludes on Sunday morning dress will open the heat by winning the 50 M freestyle and an Olympic record 21.7 seconds and ended the heat by picking up his fifth gold medal as part of the four by 100 Medley relay team, which also set a new Olympic record time. Dressel finishes the Tokyo Games with five gold medals. Robert Frank won a gold in the 1500 M freestyle as Team USA swept the men's 815 100 Team USA is woman snagged the silver and the woman's four by 100 Medley relay. I'm Denny Cup. You
Women Will Change the World When They Stop Thinking Small
"Say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with a lot of people believe that bigger is more difficult but bigger is better was in bigger better and in a lot of ways. It's easier fire nation. I mean working with higher tickets products and services that you're offering people individuals your coaching and mentoring. Let me tell you a lot of times and a lot of scenarios. It's better and it's easier so she can. You're very interesting person. I've gotten to know you over the last few months i'd say more specifically we share a virtual trainer in jeff mcmahon and training me for six years and you for quite some time as well so we have that connection and i'm always just fascinated and in love with talking to people who are so passionate about changing the world and specifically a set problem that they see and you're doing that that is your mission so break it down to fire nation right now. What specifically is your mission in this world. I'm on a mission to accelerate gender equality through female enterpreneurship. And i'm using vehicle online business because i think that's the easiest way for women to create wealth
Tourism Is Back but Businesses Are Overwhelmed With Insufficient Staffing
"Good evening thank you for joining us. The people who were cooped up at home last summer have been ear to go on vacations this year but some businesses which were eager for the crowds are struggling. Now we welcome. Abc's deirdre bolton to nightline with this report on the worker shortage the morning july signing on the heels of a worldwide lockdown millions are flocking to the beach but with all that kant's up demand. There is a downside. Businesses are over wealth. It's been different. I've seen things. I've never thought i would see from my life. We are facing a shortage in every industry talked to any of the businesses in downtown with any of the beach areas during the exact same scenario. You don't have the help. Benjamin gray has called this stretch along the atlantic home his entire life working at the bell in and spine rehoboth beach delaware for the last seven years. Nothing compares to the stress. He sees this summer. we've seen unprecedented occupancy levels. The tourism industry in the past year loan has skyrocketed. What is it. Ben like then for you to meet demands. It's now finding the staff to be able to make vets to make the drinks to check people in to check people out to make sure that we have enough people here to take care of the occupancy levels that we're experiencing
How to Defy Sinful Desire
"By faith moses when he was grown up refused to be called the son of pharaoh's daughter choosing rather to be mistreated with the people of god rather than enjoy the fleeting pleasures of sin. He considered the reproach of christ greater wealth than the treasures of egypt for he was looking to the reward. Hebrews eleven twenty four to twenty six or boil it down to the essentials by faith moses left the fleeting pleasures of sin for he was looking to the reward. Faith is not content with fleeting pleasures. It is ravenous for joy. Joy that lasts forever. And the word of god says in your presence there is fullness of joy at your right hand are pleasures forevermore so sixteen eleven so faith will not be sidetrack into the deceitful pleasures of sin. It will not give up so easily in. Its quest for maximum joy. The role of god's word is to feed faiths appetite for god and in doing this it wanes my heart off of the deceptive taste of lust at first lust begins to trick me into feeling that i would really miss out on some great satisfaction. If i follow the path of purity. But then i take up the sword of the spirit and begin to fight.
Pastor John Hagee Talks About Writing His Latest Book 'Absolute Power'
"Everybody why you wrote this book. Mark. I wrote this book because it's a time for The people of America to be encouraged, who are sick and tired of the bad news coming out of Washington and every conceivable source. Absolute power is written to help of personal learn to transform. Every one of their problems into an opportunity for their personal success. Absolute power is a book that, uh, well birth and new dawn of hope to help the individual achieve their goals, their dreams and to do that, with confidence in themselves and in God himself. It will help you release your personal potential to discover wealth and the scale of communication. Best communication. Would your wife your husband with other people? Absolute power makes the impossible possible transforms defeat into victory. Stress becomes peace and doubt becomes faith in God. This is a book that you will enjoy reading. It will help you forget the fake news and the two aspirin every night you're taking so you can sleep.
Cuban Businessman Maximo Alvarez Warns Young Americans From Socialist Propaganda
"What is what is your. What is your message to. Those young americans haven't lived on communism didn't escape communism and who think that we need socialism in america. Barrick first of all understand that were. They're preaching he's propaganda full of life at least understand that there's nothing in the world. Just nothing's free in the world on the beautiful thing about this country. The allows work without effort. We can always do better on the real wealth of our country. You know at the end of our lives that we have made. These plays a little bit better than we have contributed. He's not how much money we have accumulated. Or how many acids. We are how we have provided older people. We get capacity to succeed just like we succeeded because the greatest country in the world. So i hope that people see what is happening to the neighbors ninety miles from here. Cuban people have to sixty two years of operation. Wayland the american flag. I don't know how they even got it. Because if you're seeing with the american flag in cuba you could lose your life your life. This is what is so amazing and then people from black lives matter. Cossio saying that the reason that the cubans are suffering is. Because i've been boggled my god. Embargoes started in nineteen sixty one. The people have said before. There's no pretty. They knew from selling the fish that you fish at night. Embargo doesn't prevent you from starting the business embargo. Listen prevent you from expressing your opinion that he's communism that he's people who are probably -tarian who only care about power
Author Andrew Klaven Isn't Buying the Democrats Socialist Agenda on Cuba
"They you know. They call us imperialist country. They call us it. Colonialist country cuba colonized venezuela and now venezuela isn't as bad shape as they are they are agents of they sell this slave ideology and the attractions of socialism are also a product of success when we limit the government as we have for so long through the constitution. It makes it seem like government is kind of a good thing like you can trust the government to give you health care. You can trust the government to redistribute wealth you can trust the government because the united states constitution has limited government and made it serviceable for the people once that constitutions overridden by giving the government all this power the power to take care of your health. Care the power to redistribute. Well then it's just a collection of powerful people in powerful people are corrupt. And that's what we see in every country that falls to socials but when we see you members of the administration say that this isn't bad communism. This is a bad co vague. Do you think there are some americans who aren't or want political say. Hang on a second. that's not true. I would like to think so. I would like to think that when you know. Barack obama went over there and stood under the picture castro humming along to the national anthem of cuba. It's some people woke up. But i don't
US Unemployment Claims Fall to 360,000, a New Pandemic Low
"Initial jobless claims filings were in line with the consensus estimate at 360,000. Bringing the four week average to 383,000. This is the lowest level of weekly initial jobless claims since the Covid 19 pandemic started. So that should be. Hopefully, people can kind of breathe a little sigh of relief about where we are in the economy today, with the weekly jobless claims again, bringing that four week average down to 383,000. And I will repeat its the lowest level since the Covid 19 pandemic
Interview with Crime Writer Clay Stafford: S. 7, Ep. 2 - burst 5
"If you've you haven't been to cure nashville you should. You should should good because it is a. It is a family supportive people. Not that other conferences aren't but that is what we're geared for that family support people and looking looking at my background. You've you may have looked into it. I'm appalachian kid. I grew up in the middle of nowhere with railroad tracks. And i knew those railroad tracks went somewhere but no idea where but i dreamed about going beyond that and there was absolutely no reason that i should ever have found myself in new york in los angeles in miami coming from the region that i came from the circumstances that i came from except for people helping me reaching down and saying you know this guy. He's really trying. You've got a absolute. You've got a little bit of talent. I'll help him out. I give him a chance to see if he can prove himself. And people have been so kind to me over the year years. And that is the impetus for creating cure nashville. So when everybody comes together the whole idea is leave your ego at the door because you are there to help other people what we do is if you come to cure nashville your gonna be a speaker there from law enforcement to guess honor to regular attendees you have to be willing to give your business card to everybody there to build that relationship so that people have a network in support to be able to go to the next level. Now if you've looked at who at how the schedule is laid out. We've got things for beginning writers people who go and i'm second really beginning. Writers people who go i have an idea but i'm not sure how to write a book. Starting there all the way through to people who are already new york times bestsellers who show up. Not because their guests of honors they show up as attendees because they want to take our marketing classes and our publicity sessions to be able to see. How do we go to that next level. How do we use the new technology. And so we've got this wide range of people who were there and when you have that mix of those newbies versus really really good veterans. You've got such a wealth of networking a wealth of opportunity of information. If you just take advantage of it in that one thing and we we. We go to the embassy suites hotel in cool springs which is right outside of historic franklin in about twenty fifteen. Twenty minutes from downtown broadway nashville. So you can get you know you can go down to the broadway and have on if you want to or you can go to the civil war harper river rafting. Whatever you'd like to do here in the historic side so that a lot of people come here with bringing their family and do a vacation but You bring all of those people together and then we have just you know sharing so it's with the covert to answer your question the covert. I think we're cool. This year really disrupted and broke my heart last year but for our area where we live. it's not the issue that it was but again encouraging people. If you have some sort of issue health issue whatever you feel more comfortable wearing a mask at the hotel in some of their situations requires maybe some people who wear a mask. If there's there's an thing but once you get into the rooms it's up to you So you know it's I think we're we're coming back to some degree of norm which i am so happy
Why The Best Story Wins With Hasani X
"Today is part three special series with expert storyteller husani eggs and hassan. He's got this thing about the best story. All about telling the story your story and so i asked her sahni. Why is it really. That best story wins. Is it because we don't choose. Based upon what is best based on facts figures and function we choose based on what's best in terms of what makes us feel most connected. More safe and regards is not the best is who can communicate the best stories. The stories that gets to buy in believe and engage so no matter how much value have to offer them. Pretty sure if you're listening to this you have value to offer the world but it will remain locked up in what i call the value vault until you access the key of being able to communicate how much value have to offer in that is the path to being able to create more impact and income in the world because those who can communicate their stories connect and gave you to believe by and engage. Are those wealth front trusting connection and allowing people to say. Hey let me access. Let me touch. Let me let me use the value. You have to offer so. I wanna employ. Don't be the best kept secret. Don't be the best thing out there that no one uses. Don't have all this value that has been given to you gifted to you that you've earned and have it be locked away because you haven't learned how to communicate just value to offer remember. Best story wins.
The C.D.C. Issues New School Guidance, With Emphasis on Full Reopening
"The agency urges schools to return to in person learning this fall, saying fully vaccinated students and teachers can go masculine say BC's Trevor Altas More This new CDC guidance says in person learning this fall is a priority and ultimately it will be up to more local officials to decide whether your kids are wearing masks in school. These new recommendations could significantly impact the policies we see. Come out this summer California, announcing that schools will continue to require masks and time's running out for about seven million
Florida Added 23,697 Coronavirus Cases in the Past Week
"Florida Department of Health reporting new cases for July 2nd with the eighth at 23,697. That's 7600 more than the previous week, and more than double the weekly cases reported in late May and early June. Soon the state the vaccination rate remain below 60%, Broward sheriff's officials are looking for a man who
The Freezation of Pam McGee
"The freeze ation of pam mcgee. There are strange things done in the mid day sun by those who searched for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood to boil. The pharaohs tombs have seen strange dooms but the strangest they did ever see. Was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. I froze up old pam. Mcgee now pam mcgee was from kittery where the snowfall blasts and blows why. She left home from the north to roam around the desert. No one knows she was always hot but the endless thought of gold held her in spell though she'd often say in her brazen way she'd sooner swim a well. Well it all happened. Because i was her captain. We joined up after the war. We figured a duo could find their way through. All the desert may have in store with camel stout us to set out to search the sands for wealth and like a crown. The son weighed down and tried to sap our health one. Summer's day we tracked are way over the dawson. Pass talk of heat through son or sheet. It burned like boiling gas in an open. I rough sand would fly until we couldn't see it wasn't fun but the only one to gripe was pam mcgee and as it rose the sun imposed a dreadful pressing fire the canteens mon dry as a bone. We feared that we'd expire and though it felt we'd begun to melt. Our goal was still ahead. We'd reach the edge of oasis hedge or else we'd both be dead and that very noon like pebble-strewn. We struggled in the sand. The camels fed sun overhead. We staggered stripped and tanned. Pam turned to me and cap says she. I'm all cashed in. i guess. And when. I'm through i'm asking you please grant one last request. She seemed so low that i couldn't say no. Then she rasped out in a moan. It's the curse it heat. It's got me beat. I'm melting skin and bone.
The Freezation of Pam McGee
"The freeze ation of pam mcgee. There are strange things done in the mid day sun by those who searched for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood to boil the pharaoh's tombs have seen strange dooms but the strangest they did ever see was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. I froze up old pam mcgee now. Panicky was from kittery where the snowfall blasts and blows why she left home from the north to roam around the desert. No one knows she was always haute but the endless thought of gold held her in spell though she'd often say in her brazen way she'd sooner sooner swim a well well. It all happened. Because i was her. Captain we joined up after the war. We figured a duo could find their way through. All the desert may have in store with camels stout us to set out to search the sands for wealth and like a crown. The son weighed down and tried to sap our health one. Summer's day. We tracked our way over the dawson. Pass talk of heat through son or sheet. It burned like boiling gas in an open eye. Rough sand would fly until we couldn't see it wasn't fun but the only one to gripe was pam mcgee and as it rose the sun imposed a dreadful pressing fire. The canteens mon dry as a bone. We feared that we'd expire and though it felt we'd begun to melt. Our goal was still ahead. We've reached the edge of a waste hedge or else we'd both be dead
What is Financial Therapy?
"What is financial therapy. And who should go to financial therapy him. And what kind of things do you discuss. Yeah you know. I say who should go to financial therapy. All y'all everybody knows it is so like just always say. Imagine coming into a place where you can talk about money without any judgment an abundance of compassionate curiosity and without anyone trying to sell you anything. So it's not a product based service. It is therapy where we talk about money. It's a therapy session. Where often one of the first questions i'll ask is. Hey what did you notice in your money. Transactions this week and then we're off to the races so to speak because every transaction has the potential to bring up a lot of emotional depth When there's anxiety when there's avoidance all the different things financial therapy. It's just a a new way to walk into that space especially if it's causing you any kind of distress if you're totally a hundred percent fine with money and feeling really good about it. Maybe don't need to call us right away but you know everyone can benefit from a conversation with it but it's a really great place to get support and also where we get some idea of. How can i do things differently. If you're really not enjoying relationship with money in by money. I need spending saving getting earning investing. Like all of those different pieces that go into it. Yeah i so wish. I knew about financial therapy a decade ago when i graduated from. Nyu and i was so severely depressed about my dad. And i did go to therapy at a local college at a reduced rate because he was very broke at the time and it did help. But i felt like they didn't quite understand that the money portion because i was kind of spinning my wheels. Where would have been so nice. Probably go to financial therapist. Who would have understood why. I'm spinning my
S&P 500 Will Rally 7% in Second Half of 2021
"Start off with a record-breaking first half finale the s&p five hundred hitting another all time high to close out the first half of the year with a fourteen percent gain so things are off to a great starter. Next guest says just wait. It's about to get even better really fun threats. Tom lee just hiked his year. Five hundred price target by seven percent to forty six hundred that ties for st hi. Tom joins us right now. Tom great to have you with us. Great to be here. You're not worried about slowing slowing growth. Compared to earlier this year an economy that reopened in the first half of the year and economy. That will sort of normalize in the back of the year with the threat of of tapering in some form. I think that you know. I don't think recovery is a straight line up but from what we can tell looking at both earnings revisions and and conference calls and really talking to clients and businesses. I think there's still quite a lot of pent-up up demand. I think both on the consumer side right. There's the revenge spending and then with both wealth effect and rising stock prices strong credit markets. I think there's a corporate kepchik cycle coming which is essentially corporate revenge cashback. So i think there's a lot of positive catalysts for surprise in the second
How to Buy Back Your Time With Jannese Torres-Rodriguez
"Hello denise hey girl hey oh my gosh. I can't believe this is really happening. We'll thank you so much for joining us. From sonny sonny tampa florida. Yeah yeah it's not a bad place to be. I gotta say that. So did you will first of all. I'm really excited. Because yo- cato denardo. Podcast i mean it is just one of it feels like several will a few really interesting and unique new personal finance brands for latino women and especially and i'm sure that your audience is larger than that. But it was i think it was. I don't know when tiffany. And i were just starting out. There is like no latino people. Latino people doing personal finance podcasts. So i'm just excited that y'all are getting better representation that you're using your voice to reach this audience. And as we say. Bienvenidos as i try to say in my hugh. I appreciate that in it. That really is the kind of origin story of. Why the podcasts. Even exists because of that very reason just not being able to find representation and i fell into personal finance listening to people whose your minute suzie. Orman for me is like the. Og love her. I've actually seen her live. Like i'm that person that ghosts and follows her around but at some point you know it's like that's cool but you're also like a seventy year old white woman within your own private island. I can't honestly say that we have so much in common. So i kinda wanna hear like what are normal. People like me doing with money. And so i couldn't find it so i had to create the space so we can have those conversations. That's so funny. Yeah i can't i mean susie organised so much bigger than her hairstyle and yet. That is the only thing that i think about what i hear about suzy. But yet iconic yali iconic. We'll talk to me about geneva story. Tell me your personal finance origin story if you could pinpoint the experience in your life when you knew while i'm going to really focus in on my finances and wealth-building what would that what would that be for you. Well it's funny. Because i felt like i was good with money until i realized i wasn't which i think happens to a lot of
PRO TALK With Sustainable Builder Jacob Racusin
"Jacob. Thanks a million for being on the show. It's a pleasure to talk to you. Thanks for having me. So i learned about your company. Originally from your colleague as mma carlton and i talked to him an episodes to seventy and to seventy two. We talked about your business among other things but for folks who didn't hear it. Can you please explain. The new frameworks business model. And you have a unique company structure right. Yes we're we're worker owned cooperatives directly structured as an llc for those that get into the business side of things there but yeah essentially we are. We don't have any employees. We are all co owners. There's two tiers of ownership folks enter in his trial members. And then after you've been with the company Period of time and buttons with certain level. The new i could become a full full owner and Yeah lots of details in there. But essentially the structure of the business structure is such that everybody is is an owner that tiered ownership structure culturally that sense of ownership and collective ownership is is huge. I think that's where it's Experiencing lived his how that informs our culture and folks individual buy ins or collective identity around the success of the success of the group jacob. How how did you all learn or was it you who learned about this business model and what made you want to share the wealth with your colleagues instead of keeping it. Yeah it's a great question it's been why can't take that much credit one of the original members and so you know certainly a long long for the journey since the gecko. But i'd say ace has definitely been holding. The torch in terms of the identity is the identity around that is the business model. The original members really felt it was. It was the best way for us to achieve. Our goals may think just to be the most direct around it. I know i. I feel like i can comfortably speak for all the same that none of us really had the intention of being business owner sending. We have all various levels of entrepreneurship entrepreneur. nature some of us more so than others. But none of us really interested in owning accompany owning it individually That just wasn't really. This wasn't in our identity. Ethos other individually or as a group ends of the cooperative structure gave us the best honest. Just the best model for us to bring in really good people and work
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That's images festival dot com. We also have tonight. One of the strangest stories to come along in a long time and a group of American Indians has taken over the town of wounded knee in South Dakota and they have been holding it for nearly a whole day. About fifty hours of Indians came to wounded knee last night. Most of the Indians were members of aim the American Indian movement. This is where I live television crews or wait the hour by hour events in wounded knee. This privileged position is protected by the Indian chiefs. Clearly the chiefs are anxious that this rebellion and its outcome receive as much publicity as possible. The militant American Indian movement called this meeting to seek the support of the tribal elders of the Pine Ridge reservation for a bold plan for federal attention to Indian demands. Sometimes there has to be biles mad to listen but we seize wounded knee either. We force the federal government to Cali- once again like they did eighty years ago wounded knee or else they come out at indigo she ate. I demand the occupation of wounded knee. South DAKOTA IN ONE THOUSAND. Nine hundred. Seventy three was the biggest indigenous rebellion in. Us or Canada in the last century would go on for for ten weeks more than ten weeks and some seventy one days. It was totally unpredictable outcome. That's reporter Kevin McKiernan again. He was the only journalist to stay inside of wounded knee throughout the entirety of the occupation. What had started as a protest against corrupt tribal government had turned into a revolutionary call for indigenous sovereignty and an end to systemic oppression by the US government led by members of the radical American Indian movement indigenous peoples from across North America. Flocked to South Dakota take part in the armed uprising and one of them was a young magma woman from Nova Scotia named Anna. May I was there sleeping on the floor a trailer and in came new people who had penetrated the FBI coordinate night smuggling food and guns into wounded knee and that was anime and her and her soon to be husband. Negi Chic- AAC washed from Ontario. And they ended up in the same little trailer living room with me and two or three other American Indians. And that's how I got to know her. She was shy in some ways. She was a short pretty woman in her late twenties. She loved children. She was very good with children. She really had her own way. And I think the reason that I got along with her and we had some seem. Potty Co was that we were both in our late twenties in the majority of the others. Who Were there? Were either teenagers or in their early twenties. And so there's quite an age gap and so she and I were probably about a year apart in age and so I think that it was that more than race or nationality that made a connection for US anime picked. Oh as she was known at the time had left her two young daughters and her sister's care to join the fight. She had a leadership quality about her. She wasn't just someone who showed up for wounded knee. She'd been involved in the Movement for Well at least a year probably two years before this. Here's Regina brave. A new glow LAKOTA activist speaking in the two thousand and two documentary. The spirit of anime. I think it made a difference in the lives of people that here was this woman from basically are another country. That Indian people were all one country from Canada. Clear down to America but here she was some. You know so far from home and willing to help people around here. She had young children. And I and you know to to our people when someone commits like that. It's a sacrifice because the priority is all the people and our children are also. The people enemy picture was born in the Indian Brook Reserve in central Nova Scotia in nineteen forty five. Here's Jake Maloney. Her first husband speaking in that same documentary. Oh and I. I met anime Matter at the day school and she was a student there. She had just gotten here from pistol as I found out later. Life on the reserve was difficult and there was no electricity. She didn't have any electricity. No running water. The only people that had electricity was the Was the nuns. The priest and the Indian agent typically are people were used in a very bad way them days. No I don't think there are treated properly at seventeen. She went down to Maine to pick berries. Something many magma people did for work but she decided not to return to Canada and instead moved to Boston Jake Maloney her and Jake got married had two daughters and settled into life in the big city. Always we're joking all the time. She could always act like this. This Jackie gleason que. Did you could always act like this. Jackie gleason to walk by the way. That was really. That was really funny. Yeah that was really funny. I mean we would have sore bellies from laughing. When she had children children became paramount. You know she was a grizzly bear. Mom the marriage fell apart quickly but it was during a time in Boston. That anime I discovered the American Indian movement.
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Dominika is not the kind of country that normally becomes involved in global geopolitics but in the late seventies and eighties. The Caribbean was becoming another battlefield in the war between capitalism and Communism was a proxy Cold War going on between Soviet Union and the United States where Soviets were pushing for influence in various countries trying to spread sort socialism and the US trying to counter that by supporting their own factions in ground. Zero for that fight became the nearby country of Grenada. Since Independence Grenada had been ruled by a man named Eric. Gary Gary was born and raised on the island and came to prominence standing up for unions but as prime minister he was better known for his corruption. His brutality and his obsession with ufo's which he constantly tried to get onto the U. N. agenda sell position to his corruption. Repressive regime was fueled by embarrassment at his antics. On the international stage he regularly appeal to the United Nations for an international study of unidentified flying objects but in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. Eric Gairy was overthrown. In a Marxist Revolution and Maurice Bishop took his place establishing warm relations with Cuba and the Soviet Union and the United States began to worry. The real reason for all of this hostility is because some perceive that what is happening in Grenada can Larry Basis for a new socio economic and political. It wasn't just the US government who's concerned about the spread of Communism right-wing. Americans were worried to some even wanted to take matters into their own hands. People like Mike. Purdue purdue was a self-styled mercenary the kind of man who talked vaguely of adventures in Central Africa and a member of the KKK. To boot. He avidly read soldier of Fortune Magazine and was a big Fan of the book dogs of war which was about a small band of mercenaries orchestrating a coup in a far off country in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. They turned it into a movie starring. Christopher Walken the way the tax situations out there. The land cost you practically nothing. All you gotTa do is put a house on it and stay there. But this guy's telling me get a trailer put on the line. The government doesn't know the difference. They don't care. Purdue figurative wouldn't be so hard to get a group of men together invade the island and overthrow the communist government just like in dogs of war and so he took the idea to the one man who could benefit most former Grenadian prime minister eric. Gairy who taken asylum in the US. Gary signed on and purdue got to work the first person he reached out to was David Duke. The former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan Duke gave purdue a few numbers to reach out to one of them belonged to a home on the east side of Toronto. Eventually Purdue got in touch with the man who would define Canada's white supremacist movement. For the next few decades Wolfgang Drogba he was from Germany. Originally came to Canada as the you and you know fell in with with kind of Nazi ISM. He generation that you know growing up on his grandfather's knee hearing stories about nazi-ism but not necessarily negative stories. Here's Wolfgang drug doing an interview with his fellow racist Traveler Ernst Zundel in the nineteen eighties. My ideas they're always overwight. Raise for our own. And then I hells born in Germany. Jose yet my strom nations' Auburn's and a game the handles of years old at that time and it was a all right in our nation. in Weisinger seem seems to meet a government will end up getting even.
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Second which is pretty much around the corner so get in touch with wealth bar today. Okay and make a deposit sign up minutes at wealthed dot com slash candidate land and get one hundred dollar fee credit visit wealth bar dot com slash candidate land for more offer details details and patriotism gone awry tonight right live and I don't care what the heart in the nine hundred ninety s the hearts especially Brett and his brother Owen probably the most famous Canadians in the world. Except for maybe Celine Dion. Jim Carey I would argue that. The Hart family are the most recognized. Maybe the fords now because of recent years but the most recognized Canadian dynasty internationally like you go to China you know oh you talk to someone that likes just general sports. There's a better chance they know. Bret the Hitman Hart would recognize the pitcher breath name and art then they would Wayne Gretzky and they earned that fame in the very very strange world of professional wrestling wrestling is far more than just what happens in the ring it's about the outside mythological characters and the epic stories stories. Were someone can be booed as a villain one day and then cheered as a hero the next and it really is like the the opera of the people you know like people don't go to opera like like I've been to one opera in rock operas. Don't count right but like I've been a one real opera in my life. People are going to offer people wrestling. You know like the masses go to wrestling so as this is such a great barometer reflection of society like I think paying attention to it is fascinating like you find out so much coach about the world were in and the most important thing to know about wrestling. Is that sure it's scripted. But it's not fake. The skill involved is enormous Ormuz. The stunts they perform feats of athleticism and the injuries they suffer are very real. You know saying fake fake to wrestle they will slap you in holding ending it. All Up is the concept of K.. FEHB cave is what wrestling hinges on. And that's the idea that it is a work like what you're seeing is not on the up and up you're seeing a two or more people engaged in physical combat which on some level because it's not always completely work but at some level is predetermined Omar Moallem still remember what it was like to see wrestling as a child. I remember when I was maybe five or six years old when stampede wrestling in came through town in town for me. Was You know this. Little community in northern Alberta called high prairie population less than three thousand and and it was quite literally like the circus coming to town because they would they would actually set up in the same like Sports Palace or ice rink that the circus would set up in and I remember a few years after that. Probably the early nineties. My Dad really spoiled US and he bought US tickets tickets to WWF in Edmonton and took us there. And we had great tickets and Hulk Hogan was there and Macho Man. Randy savage was their ultimate warrior. I was big ultimate warrior fan for some reason and we both left with Bret. The hitman Hart glasses asses there. Were these kind of flimsy. Fake sunglasses that kind of looked like the real ones he had except like when you actually touch them. They were Basically made of Tin Foil and two Canadians and especially albertans. The hearts were larger than life. Figures it was a huge point of pride in Alberta right because it was rare enough as it is as a Canadian to hear Canada or Canadian city let alone Berta city named dropped internationally. But you always felt this this pride wash over you every time. Bret Hart was announced and they said from Calgary Alberta every single time it just hit you made you feel like like you had a bigger place in the world. Then he actually had in nineteen ninety-seven in the Calgary Saddledome. It's clear just how much the Hart family is adored The Hart Foundation condition which is the nickname for the stable of wrestlers that includes the heart siblings and their allies has just won a massive ten man tag team match in their hometown and the crowd. How is just losing it? Her family members are jumping into the ring celebrate. So what is what is it for the hearts. The journey to being proclaimed Canada's it is I family in front of thousands of adoring fans started nearly a century ago. In Saskatoon.