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Remnant Revolution Podcast
Dear Christian: Your Fear is Full of Crap!

Remnant Revolution Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 42:11


Hang on to your hats, this one is a wild one!....Sorry if you get offended but sometimes the truth hurts.  Doug and I talk about how Fear has overtaken the Church and this culture and what Christians should be doing about it.  As a pastor himself Doug hold nothing back when it comes to speaking the truth, like Trump you many not like his delivery but results is what matters.  We will also touch on his new book "Dear Christians: Your Fear is Full of Crap.  A biblical dive into the scriptures and how the church is not operating from this truth.You can follow Doug at the links below,https://clashdaily.comhttps://douggiles.org/clashradio/Dear Christian: Your Fear is Full of Crap bookhttps://www.amazon.com/Dear-Christian-Your-Fear-Full/dp/1618082116/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=doug+giles&qid=1663997458&qu=eyJxc2MiOiI0LjEwIiwicXNhIjoiMy4yNyIsInFzcCI6IjMuMzMifQ%3D%3D&sr=8-2   Id say you're like The Dennis Miller of Christianity. Doug Giles  0:44  I'll take it. I get Ted Nugent, Dennis Miller. It's like, I was baptized and dirty water. My mentors are Ted Nugent, Dennis Miller, and Elijah. So that explains a lot. Gary Duncan  0:59  So Doug, appreciate you coming on the program in the podcast. It's just a pleasure to see you face to face and hear you talk about what's been going on the last one, two years here that we've dealt with in your new book. And so talking with Doug Giles, right is the Giles guy. Yeah, John. soft key like giraffe. Okay. Now, you I want to point this out because you've got 17 other books, right? Yeah, I got 60s. Doug Giles  1:32  I actually have 19. Yeah, so the voice is they just keep going inside. People see in my weird gloves. Gary Duncan  1:41  I've literally, you're not a proctologist. Right? No, Doug Giles  1:45  I'm not. I'm not checking. Jethro is oil. I'm an artist. So I went, when when the Zoom meeting alert came in. I was literally working on a painting so I'm not just I'm an artist, and the reason I wear the gloves if anybody thinks I'm a wuss is like I deal with turpentine and acetone. And that crap will eat your flesh. Gary Duncan  2:09  Yes, yes, it will. And anything else it touches. So your book, dear Christians, your fear is full of crap. And just loved it. I don't know how I ran across. Yeah, you've got a podcast. It's called warriors in wild man with CO hosts co host Rich Whitman. And Rick Whitmer. Excuse me, and I love listening to that. And I think I heard you talk about your book. And I got a hold of it. And I'm telling you, folks, it's thing. It's, there's there's a nice, cool, this is some of the artwork he does. It's old painting. Right? Right. And he's a man's man, a warrior, just like it says, and you've got a lot of other books. sleeveless t shirt leave. You know, you just you got to come as you are I work in my redneck. Yeah. Now, are you in your your bio? It said, Your the cigars and sermons. Is that a church now? Or was it still? event I guess is what you said. Since you brought up the cigar. I think I'll smoke one. There you go. Right. Now this might offend a few. Bible thumpers, but I hope it Doug Giles  3:23  does. So I was at a pastors conference. And so this goes back nearly 30 years. And so we're sitting around with a bunch of senior ministers. Okay. We're not talking about new believers. We're talking about guys who've been Christians for years. They have churches of anywhere from 500 to 3000 on the low man on the totem pole. Gary Duncan  3:48  I can actually smell that over here. That smells so good. Doug Giles  3:53  Yeah. Yeah, so anyway, so everybody's ordering drinks. And since it's a past pastors conference, everybody's doing tea, sweet tea, Coke, Diet Coke, dark pepper, root beer, comes to me and I order one Coors Light, which is barely beer. I mean, it's barely beer. It's like 2% by volume. And Gary i I only drank wine. I didn't you know get up on the table start dancing. I didn't you know get into my seat 28 Start driving around the city you know, creating havoc for you know, innocent people. I just had one beer. And you would have thought that I ordered warm blood from the last one on the planet and drank it, you know, in homage to El Diablo. And I get the same kind of crap with the cigar stuff. So I figured you know what, I'm not going to hide it. I love smoking cigars. There's no injunction in Scripture to not do it. And people always bring it up. It's like well, your your your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit and Like, you just ate 17 pieces of catfish and 31 Hush puppies. You've got more chance and a Chinese phone book. You're 300 pounds overweight. I cycled probably, you know, 60 miles a week. I work out constantly. I smoke cigars. So, physician Bill heal yourself. Gary Duncan  5:23  Yeah, exactly, exactly. I've always wondered why Baptists were so fat all the time. I mean, I used to be in a bad restrict. And I promise you that I think that's a prerequisite when they interview you got to be. I know, I don't go down that trail, get in trouble. So. Doug Giles  5:39  So my, so there's a teacher and she's doing this show and tell and she wants and she lives in a eclectic city. It's in Miami. And she wants all the various people, the little kids to bring something that represents their religion. So Maria comes and she said, Hello, my name is Maria. This is a crucifix. I'm a Catholic. And then Shlomo, he rocks up and he says, Hey, my name, Shlomo. This is the star David. I'm Jewish. And then Billy's like, Hi, my name is Billy. This is a casserole. I'm about. Gary Duncan  6:19  Oh, that's so good. All right, let's see who else we can offend. Let's now let's get into your your book, because I know you got a little bit of time. And I'm telling you, it's hard hitting it is pure, raw truth. And, you know, just let's talk about 2020 Because I know where I was, I was at. And that was the time that light switched. For me. Everything switched, I got red peeled, probably before that, actually, about seven years before that, I started waking up to a lot of stuff, but 2020 really sent me over the age. And since then, I've just I've run across a lot of people that feel the same way that we just totally miss something, the church miss something. I love what you say in the book about the it's in the very front of the book about pastors should repent, for closing down and doing what they did. And I agree 100%, I've yet to hear that. I doubt we'll hear it. And, you know, because they, they, again, you get into Romans 13, all the stuff that goes on. And we just need to if you just watch the news now, I mean, they're, they're coming after our kids. Some of the stuff they're doing to our kids, we just, I mean, Christians should be out in the streets with pitchforks with these people. Because this is just it's demonic. It's Luciferian. And they're totally ignorant of what's going on in our country. And so we're What was your mindset to in 2020? Doug Giles  7:53  Yes. So, you know, I've never feared sickness. I've never, you know, been some kind of scared, Dread laden hamster of anything, you know, going into the deepest, darkest places of Africa and Mexico. I'm a hunter, I travel a lot. I do mission work, you know, especially when I was a young Christian. And I'm not just talking about passing out tracts of Juarez, we'd go into the tail end of the Sierra Madre in the state of Nairobi. Where, where there's no streetlights, there's, there's hostile Indian tribes, the core that we chose, you got you got the federal rallies that are that are planned heroin and marijuana, and we're invading their space and trying to liberate people from drug addiction. And also I would eat their food and drink their water, you know, not fearing if I'm going to get Montezuma's revenge. So I've never been, you know, some nail biter. And so when the, the plague from the Wuhan lab that Fauci oversaw, and when it was released upon us, which I believe as a weapon to collapse America's economy, everybody's, you know, in dread of it, and, you know, when Trump said, Gary said, Look, we're gonna take two weeks to flatten the curve. I said, Okay, I'll do it. So we had our cigars and sermon event, which is, at that time, it was a monthly Bible study. And so I said, Look, we'll just, we'll just punt for the month of March. April, we'll reconvene and then of course, you got Fauci and Birx and all the other quote unquote, you know, experts coming in saying, Oh, no, you know, we've got to do it not just for two more weeks, but what the heck maybe in perpetuity, maybe for you know, Infinity and Beyond we're going to social distance, we're not going to have Christmas you know, we're gonna like granny rot in the system living home and, you know, this is the new normal and it's right then that I started smelling 1984, this Orwellian bull crap rat cage that they're going to strap on our heads and make us toe the line and so So, at that juncture, I was going to a church. And then I started getting memos and emails from the church like, well, you know, Merrimack cheese and Governor Abbott says that we got to gather safely and so we've got to social distance, we're going to close our church down for a few more months, until he allows us to open the church. And man, you know, I don't want to aggravate hair loss, but I started scratching a bald spot in the back of my head. Just listening to these pastors, you know, my pastor, say, you know, we're going to follow Abbotts IIDX wisdom, you got to frickin be it. This is we got to we got to gather wisely. It's like, you got to be kidding me, man. Because I believe very, that there's somebody who Trump's civil magistrate, a governor, and I think it's pulled up what's his name? The Lord Jesus Christ. And he, you know, he's omniscient. He saw it, you know, and His omniscience, that 2000 years, since he slept this pebble, that there would come this Wuhan Weezer. And in spite of it all, he says, to meet weekly, have communion, greet each other with a holy kiss. And, and, and continue to do this, no matter what comes along. And then you've got all these knotless wonder pastors that curled up in the fetal position and what their big diaper and they started obeying against civil magistrates, thinking that they were, you know, adhering to Paul's eating in Romans 13, or Peters in first Peter to when in fact they were they were doing the opposite of what Peter and Paul and the Lord Jesus Christ commands no matter what's going on. And they they decided that they're going to shut their church down, that they're going to have zoom meetings, which is a Chinese app, and they're no friends of Christianity, and you gave him an eyeball into your church in are working, and all the people that are a part of your church, or they went to Facebook, who. So it Facebook, there are no friends of Christians. And so the stupid little Christians in the shriveled nut, little pastors, they started obeying the government Instead of obeying God. And that's why I said in the first chapter, it's like, look, Pastor, you can show me anywhere in the Scripture, where you're to cease and desist communion, where you're two separate, you know, or social distance, you know, six feet from people when you gather together, if you can show me where we're supposed to stop in person preaching and worship, and we're not supposed to love and hug each other anymore. If you can show me one place in Scripture, where Jesus said, look at the bad code comes around. Here's the modus operandi, here's how you operate. Here's how you roll if you can show me anything remotely close to ceasing our regular gathering together, I'll I'll eat a tube sock because it's not there. And we acted like more or not, we, I continued cigars and sermons, you know, no mask, if people were sick, don't frickin come. You know, it's, it's that simple. It's that easy. And, but again, the pastors and all the churches, they fold it up like cheap suits. And I think it's because the hallowed 501 C three that they worship, more than God, they're scared of being fined. They're scared of being put in prison. But um, you know, again, I take my cue from from Christ, and sometimes following him as a political offense, which Peter and Paul found out pretty quickly in the book of Acts. But these guys are terrified. I think they should hand in there, man card. And I think just like we used to recall automotive automobiles back in our day. If they were crappy, and they didn't operate properly, I think there ought to be a great recall of pastures. Gary Duncan  14:09  I agree. I agree. Because we're, the things are different now. Things are totally different in the church. Unbelief and because we've gotten to the point now that they're willing to kill even more people than they've killed in the past, but, I mean, it's so it's so dark and it's so so it's what's the word? manipulative? I don't know. It's it's when they started abusing when they started censoring truth. That's when it really kicked up a big notch for me, and and to watch how people in the church responded to that, you know, I remember hearing comments about you need to stay off Facebook and quit you know, you're supposed to be a Christian and, and you're mouthing off on face book about this or that. And, you know, but we never had discussions about why we were Malvin off and what was the reason about it? You know, the reason was because they were shutting us down. They were shutting truth down. Truth is what you've heard. I think you've probably heard it truth is, is lying in the street getting walked upon, and what are the churches doing? You know, we're still in our buildings, singing Kumbaya, you know, and I'm looking for those kind of guys that are that have thrown down the gauntlet or going after this stuff. You know, Doug Giles  15:33  how many people how many pastors stood up for Arthur, Pulaski and Calgary. When he defied them? Everybody's like, well, what does he know? He's a rogue operators from frickin Poland. He saw that garbage go down when he was a young kid. And then boom, you know, he thinks he's moving to the land of the free and, and the home of hockey. And he goes to Calgary in Canada. And he's like, this is the same crap that we were under the boot of, you know, many moons ago. Gary Duncan  16:01  I love that video that went viral with him throwing him people don't help people out of the church. I'm like, wow, look at that. Doug Giles  16:09  Then you got a pastor who was less demonstrative than Palacky. You've got I think his name's James coats, Passard and Edmonton, Canada, again, leading the charge. And we're supposed to be these big, bold Americans. And you see these Canadian pastors like we're not going to take this crap. Rodney Howard Brown in Tampa, Florida. He didn't shut down. Hillsborough County Sheriff arrested him. Now. He's suing them. So this is going to be interesting. And his church, Gary exploded when he kept it open. Same thing that happened with John MacArthur. And there's other pastors that did it too. Gary Duncan  16:45  Now Louisiana, was somebody in Louisiana, right? You talked about that. In the back of your book, you list out some of these guys in their stores. There's there's Doug Giles  16:54  a lot of guys that that I'm missing. So they're not all Tinker pots, but they're, I'd say the I'd say the the gamut of them are are pretty. I don't know. To me, it's shameful for you to act like that. And the only person man that I saw, I don't know if you saw this video sent it to you. We put it up on Clash. daily.com It's my news portal, a Catholic priest in Arizona. He said, You know what? I I completely, you know, flopped down on my post. I didn't. I didn't serve you, Chris. We shut our church down. I'm ashamed. I'm sorry. I haven't heard a Protestant pastor say that yet. And they should. And cowardice is a sin. And I don't know how I don't care how they slice this. They were a coward to not go against the federal and the state and the local eating. Because the church is this thing, Pastor. It's essential. It is odds eternal purpose. They carried on having church you morons during the bubonic plague. You know, the first the first wave and the second wave. You got 10 will translate into Scripture. During the first hit of it. You got Martin Luther enacting the reform and the second leg of the plague. They didn't stop. And this was a no kidding. No crap plague, where you have three quarters of western and southern Europe croaking. It's not like people are getting a bad cold and they got the sniffles. And so you're gonna shut everything down. That was a test run. Gary, I think they're gonna come back again with COVID You know, 24 or 26? I think it's going to hit around. I don't know, October. Gary Duncan  18:36  No, this year and then 24 two, right. Yeah, Doug Giles  18:40  little mail in balloting, you know, something to stem the red wave that's coming. And, you know, I saw churches, they're like, we're gonna roll up, we're gonna have vaccine, you know, centers on the parking line, you know, get the strange poison injected in you. And if people think that I'm a conspiracy theorist, and I'm full of crap, the mass didn't work. The vaccine didn't work. The boosters didn't work. New York Times now reports it the CDC is like, and we kind of missed it. Frickin Fauci, he, he just resigned and shame. You know, he's getting out because he's gonna get in trouble. Oh, yeah, man, if but the House and the Senate booth man, he's gonna go under this thing called the microscope, and it's not going to be pretty. And but again, but look at it, man. You know, all the Christians are like, well, you know, that was weird. It's not weird. It's cowardice. You need to repent. Right? Gary Duncan  19:39  And it's, it's demonic. It's, it's, you know, I've been doing a little delving back into history. And you can just see the fingerprints of, of the devil in his little minions throughout it, starting from the Adam and Eve. And this. This virus is just a part of the pool. I am. And to me, the churches should be seeing this, they should know the history. And then they should see how it trends transgressors to where we're at today, and not be surprised by some of the stuff but then we're not even addressing it. And that's what what kind of flies over me the most is, if we didn't see it in 2020. Are we going to see it when it comes again? And was that the last stand? You know, that was one of the questions I wanted to ask you is because, you know, because in the back of your book, you go through a lot of verses in Psalms and, and how to pray, you've got one section says, God restores our land. And I'm struggling with with feeling happy about the future, you know, because I don't see people waking up. Doug Giles  20:54  Yeah, I think I think let me bring you over to the rarefied air of hope that I live Gary Duncan  21:01  in. I use the F word because you've got a chapter in there. It's called use the F word. So now. Doug Giles  21:10  Yeah, so I'm a post millennialist. So I don't believe that, you know, the the church is going to get the shitai mushrooms kicked out of us. I don't think that the devil wins in time. I believe that Christ had a significant victory. When was it? Oh, his first coming, or death hell in the grave. He's ascended into heaven. He's king of kings and Lord of lords. We have two thirds of the angelic armies that are BFFs according to Hebrews one, verse 14, we're filled Gary with the same spirit that raised Christ from the dead, the indomitable Holy Spirit. And so the United States of liberal acrimony, they don't want gone they publicly booed him kick them out of their party, that the DNC in 2012 So I'm thinking that yeah, they probably tied to I don't know, El Diablo. So if they are, then Satan's a created been, which means that he has no power over the Create tour, because he's, he's a creation in the death, burial, resurrection and ascension. He was stripped of his power. He's got 1/3 of the fallen angels with him that are ever diminishing in power on a regular basis. There is no massive Holy Spirit on their side of the ledger that can empower them. I'm, I'm like looking at Christians like What is your problem? It's like, well, it's never been this bad. Did you not pay attention to the 20th century where we had two world wars, Vietnam Korea, we had the liquidation of hundreds of millions of people through Stalin, Hitler, Pol Pot, Chairman Mao, I mean, that was some absolute crazy demonic liquidation. And we're still here. And so if we're now faced, you know, with again, this full on assault from a anti theistic Marxist radicals than little Christian instead of getting your bags packed and ready to be raptured at any moment, which I don't believe it's going to happen, dig your heels in and frickin fight. But it with the weapons of our warfare like in my book songs of war prayers, it literally kick ass. There's a whole bunch of imprecation mal addictions or curses for those who went to public school that God said to pray against people who are impenitent implacable, and watch God come open up a 64 ounce can of whoop ass on the Zoom. I mean, it's pathetic Gary to hear Christians like Well, that's how it was saying it it's Gary Duncan  23:48  we know how it's gonna end. Yeah, we know how it's gonna end. Well, it's like salt and light never heard that one. Doug Giles  23:54  Right? Hopefully God will reps rapture you out now so that the workers can come out not you. But the crybabies in, they could just take them off the planet. So when you get to work, here's how here's a reason that I have hope man. College football stadiums, hockey stadiums, NFL, you know, stadiums that were quote unquote, woke you know, two or three short years ago are now screaming. Let's go Brandon. That was that's rebellion on a gargantuan level. And I don't know if these people are Christian but here's what they do know that that half dead carrier pigeon. I'm talking sleepy creepy Joe who loves to sniff children. They're not buying it. They're not liking the inflation. They're not liking the open borders. They're not liking the invasion. They're not liking the fentanyl. They're not liking these insane gas prices. And so I think what we're going to see if we can get free and fair elections, that's a big F okay. It If we can get the free and fair elections, I think we're going to see 100 year change in the whole gestalt of America where people have really seen what unbridled Marxism looks like in a first world country. And they flippin hate it. And I've seen people who were a political, or they tilt, you know, center left, I live outside of Austin. So you bump into those guys. Occasionally, I've got friends all over the United States that, you know, that I hunt and fish with some of them, you know, they don't really give a crap about politics. They do now. And you know what, they know what they hate. And it's progressive ism. It's democratic, socialism. And all of a sudden out there, whoa. And Gary, they're turning the little Magic Bus of their family to the right. And they're looking at Trump. They're not looking at, you know, Mitch McConnell, they're not looking at Mike Pence, they're not looking at any of those guys got their status quo. They're part of the problem. And they're looking back to the great disrupter Donald Trump and also, you know, cats like Ron DeSantis, just did an incredible bang up job, my former home state of Florida. Gary Duncan  26:10  Well, I am a precinct captain in our Republican Party in our county here. And part of my pessimism is that we just went through a, an election for a school board. And we had, we had three conservatives and one independent that pretty much will go conservative, running. And it thoroughly they got thoroughly trounced. Okay. And yet, when I look at the numbers, the the raw numbers, I have a precinct, it's 3700 voters. How many Republicans do you think voted out of 3700? Just in my small precinct, or the school board? No, just in election, just pure election, we had cog we had a primary for a Republican Senate Doug Giles  27:04  3% of that? How about Gary Duncan  27:06  49 people? 49 people out of 3700? Doug Giles  27:12  Well, so here's what you can card. Yeah. So here's what they got to do. After they watched the podcast, walk out in their backyard, pick up a sledge hammer and hit themselves in the face with it. Because they're the problem. Yes. And, you know, probably a lot of pastors like, well, you know, we don't want to get into politics. You see, you know, God loves this, and God loves that. And you know, we're just preaching the gospel, and it's like, Listen, man, the Scripture addresses all those salient issues that are dinner table concerns, and we're supposed to disciple nations, not just win people to Christ, and discipling nations, and discipling Christians entails teaching them the biblical worldview. And that deals with economics that deals with taxation that deals with these things called freedom and liberty. And, again, these these little crucify and pusillanimous pastors Gary, that won't touch it. You know, I think I think it's because they're whores. I think they're sold out to money. I think they're sold out to, you know, public approval and political correctness. And I, I would low, I'm not a I'm not a perfect man at all, man. But I'll tell you what I got. I've got a healthy dose of the fear of God, I would love to be in their shoes, when they die, and they rock up to the Bema Seat. And they have to count to God for their congregation, when there are all these draconian overlords and enemies and satanic stuff happening. And they didn't equip their people to think through these salient issues. If it was up to these pastors, unlike our founders and framers, who had the majority of them, had great Christian education, and were solid as a rock in regards to their biblical worldview. If it was up to them, and the founding of the framing of the United States, and they were back then, with their little chicken heart mindset, the United States will be called United States of war suffocation, and we probably wouldn't even have a country because they would have bowed and kiss Snagit to King George's reign, you know, so we've got to, we got to get the black robe regiment back, man. That's why I wrote the book. Dear Christian, your ears full of crap. Try to, you know, give brains and balls or the brothers. And so I'm trying to pull them out of the weeds cause this fights raging, it's hot. God's given us weapons and armor to wax the powers of darkness. And it's, it's it's time for us to blow the dust off of them and use them. Yeah, yeah, Gary Duncan  29:43  I agree. I agree. And I did have one of the pastors it's leading. There's a couple of different black road regiments. But this guy, he's he does kind of a theatrical, theatrical educational thing on black robe regimen and it's it footnoted Doug Giles  30:00  you got to do one that makes fun of the TinkerPop pastors, we could do it. The red necklace che regiment. There's a little dandies, you know? Gary Duncan  30:13  Tell us how you really feel. Just don't hold back. Because no, I mean, I, there's so much that the that I agree with and there's truth in it. And, you know, it's just like you said, you give tons of stories of Paul and, and David and I wouldn't put up with what we just went through. Doug Giles  30:33  Well forget. Okay, let's let's remove, you know, the biblical badass is from the equation, you know, like David and Moses and Paul and Peter and chief dragon slayer Himself, Jesus, the midwives in Exodus one, they wouldn't put up with Pharaohs edicts like, hey, we want you to kill all the babies and like, okay, yeah, we'll do that. And, and they started saving the babies save Moses. And then Pharaoh is like, dude, what do you do? And it's like, well, you know, the Jews, they have big hips, they birth before we can get there and boom, you know, that's so they lied. They did. So check it out. They lied to Pharaoh. they disobeyed Pharaoh. And God said that they feared him. And they feared the Lord and they obeyed God, through disobeying civil magistrates, Pharaoh and lying about why they did what they did. So I don't know if they taught you that in in youth group. But it's in the Bible, you know? Yeah. I love that. It's another thing about Paul and Peter. It's like, Well, Paul wrote Romans 13. You know, we're to obey authorities, like wait, wait a minute, you're to obey civil magistrates, when they praise what's good, and they punish what's evil, exactly. When they punish what's good and praise what's evil, then you're duty bound as a lesser magistrate, as a free person under God, to disobey them and to rebel against them. And if you look at Paul's life, Paul bounced in and out of prison more than Lindsay Lohan did from 2007 to 2013. Peter, he was constantly Gary's constantly in jail. And so if somehow he meant Look, everything that the Caesar says, are everything that the king, you know, dictates you're supposed to do it? Well, then Peter, sure as heck didn't lead by example. And neither did Paul. Because again, like I said, those cats had a lot of mug shots, you know? Gary Duncan  32:30  Yeah, we've, I think we've been through this gracefield Love Field. last two decades, and we've raised a bunch of chocolate soldiers. We've not been through a real war that creates hardships and reliance on God. And so we just don't know, like, like you were saying, you went through the deep parts of was Africa and in the, in the jungles in the dark places. So just like David was learning how to be David, as a kid by killing lions and tigers. When he was tending sheep, there you go. When you kill that one? Doug Giles  33:12  Sure did. Gary Duncan  33:13  Oh, man, what do you use? Doug Giles  33:15  I use a 450 403 inch double rifle. And that thing came to kill us and Oh, man. The one problem I have with the Scripture gearing because everybody asked me like, Do you have any problems with the Bible? Like the creation account or Noah's Ark? Or, you know, virgin birth? And it's like, Well, honestly, I do. And Lord, forgive me. You're listening. I'm sure you are. I have problems believing that David killed one of those kitty cats that 600 pounds with his bare hands. Gary Duncan  33:50  That's pretty big cat. He's for those that are on the podcast. He has a mountain a mountain lion or it's a cat. It's a lion. Yeah, African lion thing weighs what's 1800 pounds or something? Doug Giles  34:03  So the taxidermist put it in we didn't weigh it, but he guesstimate around 606 Gary Duncan  34:10  scary cat. Yeah, Doug Giles  34:12  so anyway, of course, I'm being facetious. I believe that. Yes. You know, through God's power read, you can kill lions and bears with your hands. Gary Duncan  34:20  Right? So you know, it's just where we haven't come through those struggles to really be Doug Giles  34:26  carried the church hasn't the pastors haven't allowed them to parents haven't allowed their kids to struggle. Little Timmy suffering or poor little Tanya, she's going through a rough time. That's fricking life man pony up. You know, you just didn't say if you come to me, it's going to be tiptoe through the tulips are gonna have trouble in this world. He said, But cheer up. I've overcome it. Gary Duncan  34:49  Yeah, yeah. Well, I know you gotta get going here out. Tell us what you think. Let's see, where do we go from here, I guess is a question. You know, Hey, what's your best advice for those that might have surely have gotten offended as I've listened to this, but how to get over that? And to realize the essence of what we're trying to do, we're at war. We're in a all out blitzkrieg war of demonic proportions. And we need to wake up to that. Doug Giles  35:24  Yeah, so that that would be, wait, you know, drink a double espresso and wake the heck up to what's going on. And it's not business as usual, as you just said, this is not normal, you know? And, and for people, it's like, well, this is the new normal. It's like, no, that's some new. What do they call it? The Latin StarCore Torah and the Greek they call it scribble on the Brits call it bollocks. And in Texas, we call it bullcrap. There's no new normal, we always go back to what the Scripture says we operate according to the manual. And, but but practical advice for parents, they're dipping into the podcast right now. Get your kids out of public school, because there are no fans Christianity. If you have a boy in public school, they're going to they're going to shame him away from his masculinity. And we need masculine men under the governance of God who providers, protector centers and heroes. More than Yoko Ono needs a tuning fork. Also, as much as you can get your kids away from social media, Instagram, Facebook, Netflix, all that bullcrap. And I'm not a legalist. But just get them away from that, get them into fishing, hunting, farming, trapping, that kind of stuff, get them out in the outdoors, to where they don't have eye posture, where they're just looking down all the time, get them into something where, you know, they're taking in this incredible creation, and they're being stewards of it. Like we're, you know, God created man to be. And thirdly, well, Gary, if you think that people got offended regarding all the crap that I just said in the last 30 minutes, they will get offended on this, I would pull your kids out. If you've got a church, that's effeminate. If you've got a church, that's therapeutic, if you got a church that curled up in the fetal position of what their big Christian diaper during COVID Leave it and go to home groups. Do some kind of supplemental feeding. We've got tons of great stuff over on our podcast on gels dot lor. Listen to what Gary has to say. But I believe the church man because those aren't leaders, if they don't repent over what they did during COVID. If they're not addressing the Martin Luther said this he goes if I don't address the most salient issues that concern my flock, and what's going on right here and right now from a biblical perspective, than Luther said, all my preaching the sin Ezekiel had put to him this way in Ezekiel three God says if you see bad crap going down on the planet, and you don't say diddly squat about it, I'm gonna hold you accountable, just as you just just as much as the people who have sinned. The priest, the Prophet, the pastor, who does not blow the trumpet. He said, I'll hold you accountable for their blood. It'll be on your head. So have a good night's sleep. Yeah, no, no, I Gary Duncan  38:18  agree. I mean, I'm, I'm there. I left my church of 1215 years. And it's kind of you know, it's it's a wilderness define those that are the remnant church, those that are the warriors. There are a few and far and in between. So I just I don't have the tolerance to hear the happy clappy, you know, we're in a war we're being shot at we're being murdered we're being and if it's not addressed or brought up or any kind of just acknowledgement of where we're at. I'm done. I'm done with it. Doug Giles  38:57  How many how many churches addressed the issue of the raid on Mar a Lago? Gary Duncan  39:02  Not a single one? Probably. Of course. I can't say because I haven't been in all of them. Doug Giles  39:07  Yeah, I guarantee a lot of them danced around it that didn't happen Look over there. Hey, guys, are you want to do you want to prosper today? Hey, you want to you know feel good about justice? Like what are you talking about? You're taking her Gary Duncan  39:21  next we're next you know, we won't wake up till they come for us and the rest of us will already be taken other other measures but Doug Giles  39:33  it's you know, it's time for the men to come in the in the women of God the midwives of Exodus one it's time for the David's the Elijah is the Moses all those guys you know, to come to the forefront. Look at the look at the cat that God used in order to steer this. The state of the ship or the ship of the state. Correct Donald Trump. He's gonna kick out weirdos, man. And that's why exactly that's why God's pick you that's why Pick Me because we're fricking weird. But you know what? We love them. We love his word. Not afraid. Try. Yep, Gary Duncan  40:07  you got it, man. Doug, it's been a pleasure. I know you got to run and his book. Dear Christians, your fear is full of crap. What's up? I'm done reading this one. Give me what's your next best one that I need to be written? Doug Giles  40:22  Yeah. So if you haven't read Psalms of war prayers that literally kick ass that's been my all time bestsellers. 26 weeks at number one on Amazon. You know, sad to say that it's dropped to the top 10 After nearly a year, being on Amazon, that's a must read. It will change the way that you pray forever. And I've got a new book coming out October 1. And it's a devotional for man. It's called the wild man devotional. 50 days. Or we're dudes to plow through what was around in my little 10 brain? That's good. Gary Duncan  40:57  Yeah, cuz I heard y'all talk about on your podcast. So yeah, check out his podcast as well with warriors and wild man. And, Doug. It's been a pleasure, man. I could. We could talk all day. But this has been great. Appreciate your time. 

Movie Movie Podcast » Movie Movie Podcast
Movie Movie Podcast #144: Kings and Things

Movie Movie Podcast » Movie Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 82:13


Join Russ, Peter and Tigs as they talk about The King, King Ralph, The Madness of King George, A Kid in King Arthur's Court, The Woman King, Barbarian, Pearl, Confess, Fletch, Do Revenge, Pinocchio and more on this episode of the Movie Movie Podcast. Recorded September 21st 2022. The post Movie Movie Podcast #144: Kings and Things appeared first on Movie Movie Podcast » Movie Movie Podcast.

The Construction Record Podcast
The Construction Record Podcast – Episode 208: King George Hub with PCI Developments president Tim Grant

The Construction Record Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 8:55


On this episode of the Construction Record podcast, digital media editor Warren Frey speaks with PCI Developments president Tim Grant about the King George Hub, an expansive mixed-use development situated next to the King George Skytrain station in Surrey, B.C. The hub officially opened on Sept. 15 and is Surrey's first comprehensive transit-oriented development. Grant explained how plans changed and adapted as the station changed from a terminus for the Skytrain system to a link to a new extension from Surrey to Langley. He added PCI Developments used what it had learned from other transit-oriented developments such as Marine Drive and the Crossroads at Broadway and Cambie in Vancouver to inform the Surrey project. You can listen to The Construction Record on the Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce websites as well as on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Amazon Music's podcast, and you can hear our previous podcast with UBC research manager Diana Lopez about the university's study on life-cycle assessments here. Thanks for listening. DCN-JOC News Services

Wilson County News
A question to ponder when you vote in the midterm ... is your life better?

Wilson County News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 1:42


Editor: It shouldn't be surprising that with less than three months before midterm, we are confronted with the party in charge calling a portion of the other as “a danger to our democracy.” The MAGA people, as stated by our president, seem to be as big a threat as King George's armies, sent to squash our burgeoning Republic. What is the purpose of such rhetoric before a midterm when Trump isn't on the ballot? Although it can be hard to drown out the noise, the question of whom to vote for should be simple. After two years of the Democrats...Article Link

RNZ: First Up Podcast
First Up - The Podcast, Tuesday 20 September

RNZ: First Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 49:01


On today's First Up pod - It's a special First Up as Queen Elizabeth II is laid to rest in the King George the Sixth Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle; with 500 world leaders, Royals and dignitaries in attendance, this was the biggest public event in the UK since World War 2; we take you to London to our reporters and correspondents throughout the hour. First Up - Voice of the Nathan!

RNZ: Morning Report
The end of the queue to see the Queen's casket thins out

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 4:07


The queue to view the Queen lying in state has entered it final hours as final preparations for the State funeral are made. Tonight Westminister Abbey will be the setting for the historic event which will be on a scale not seen in Britain since the death of the Queen's father King George the 6th, 70 years ago in 1952. World leaders and dignitaries have arrived in London and given tributes to the Queen ahead of the funeral tonight New Zealand time. Morning Report presenter Corin Dan was at Westminster Bridge on the South Bank next to the queue.

RNZ: Morning Report
New Zealand delegation prepares for Queen's funeral

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 4:48


The queue to view the Queen lying in state has entered its final hours. Hundreds of thousands of people have filed past the coffin in silence and world leaders have joined the public to pay their respects to the late monarch Tonight Westminister Abbey will be the setting for the historic event which will be on a scale not seen in Britain since the death of the Queen's father King George the 6th, 70 years ago in 1952. In attendence will be members of a New Zealand delegation chosen by our government. A number of them sat down with our reporter Jake McKee.

Light 'Em Up
Can You Be Impartial Or Is Your Bias Showing? An Insider's look at the 'Hallmark of the American Justice System': Jury Duty, with Special Guest April Litman

Light 'Em Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 45:10


You've been summoned to appear for jury duty!How a person thinks about jury service is how a person conceptualizes democracy.After years of widespread abuse by courts stacked with King George's cronies, our Founders established the right to a jury trial. The colonists wanted to ensure that members of their community would be responsible for safeguarding their liberty and rights.Before you can enjoy your constitutional right to a speedy trial, jury selection must take place.  The jury is the ultimate arbiter of the facts. Being a juror and participating in the American judicial process is of great importance.Jurors perform a vital role in the American system of justice. The protection of our rights and liberties is largely achieved through the teamwork of judge, jury and legal counsel whom all work together in a common, cohesive effort and put into practice the principles of our great heritage of freedom. The judge determines the law to be applied in the case while the jury decides the facts. Thus, in a very important way, jurors become a part of the court itself.Your 6th Amendment rights in the U.S. Constitution guarantee the rights of criminal defendants, including the:♦ Right to a public trial without unnecessary delay♦ The right to a lawyer♦ The right to an impartial jury♦ The right to know who your accusers are♦ And the nature of the charges and evidence against youThere are two types of juries serving different functions in the federal trial courts: trial juries, also known as petit juries, and grand juries.As we continue our intense focus on the 3 C's of the criminal justice system (the Cops, Courts and Corrections) this new installation of Light ‘Em Up focuses on doing your civic duty – participating in the jury selection process.Our special guest for this educational episode, April Litman, who is a music business insider, consultant and academic educator, shared that, “a lot of personal questions (were) asked of the potential jurors…I was a bit surprised; I didn't think they would be digging so deeply into our personal lives and our personal experiences…but they did.  They were directly asking us questions about hardships that we had faced, encounters with violence, any past criminal behavior or activity, convictions…you are asked this in front of everyone and expected to answer under oath truthfully.” Your role as a potential juror is straightforward.  The jury:♦ Listens to the evidence during a trial♦ Decides what facts the evidence has established♦ Draws inferences from those facts to form the basis for their decision, and finally, yet most importantly,♦ The jury decides whether a defendant is "guilty" or "not guilty" in criminal cases, and "liable" or "not liable" in civil cases.We will educate and empower you with simple to understand descriptions as to:♦ “Voir dire” process♦ Types of questions you'll be expected to answer under oath♦ The inner workings of the jury from an actual participant's perspectiveWe explore compensation (for your service), expectations (what will be demanded of you as a potential juror), the basic qualifications for eligibility to be a juror, y mucho mucho más!We'd like to thank our friends at Feedspot, as recently we were honored by being ranked #8 in their most recent poll out of the 40 Best Criminal Justice Podcasts.  Visit their blog at www.Feedspot.com or simply follow this link:  Best 40 Criminal Justice Podcasts You Follow in 2022 (feedspot.com)And for all your news and current affairs check out our friends at Newsly by visiting https://newsly.me.  Use the promo code L1GHTEMUP to launch your 10% savings.We bring the classroom to you!We are here for you and because of you!  You've received your summons, now, listen to the show!Executive Producer, Phil Rizzo

Die Radio Hamburg News-Show
"Camilla und die Jogginghose!" - Guten Quatsch Hamburg vom 15.09.2022

Die Radio Hamburg News-Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 2:31


Warum Camilla, die Frau von King George, bei der Trauerfeier für die Queen eine Jogginghose tragen will? Ma hört selbst!

Be Still and Know
Queen Elizabeth Tribute - Day 6

Be Still and Know

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 2:51


Mark 10:33-35 “Whoever wants to be a leader among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first among you must be the slave of everyone else. For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve others and to give his life as a ransom for many.” Queen Elizabeth has often been described as the Servant Queen who served the Servant King.  Here in Mark's gospel we hear Jesus take us to the heart of his teaching about service. He was basically turning the disciples' thinking upside down – as he so often did. James and John had come to him looking for the best seats in the new Kingdom, and they were in for a shock. Not only did Jesus tell them that he wasn't in a position to give them such seats, but he explained that they needed to be aiming for the lowest seats. They needed to learn what it was to be a slave to everyone else. And Jesus concluded by explaining that even he, the Son of Man, came not to be served but to serve and give his life to set other people free. On her 21st birthday on April 21st 1947 Princess Elizabeth said: “I declare before you all that my whole life, whether it be long or short, shall be devoted to your service and the service of our great imperial family to which we all belong.” At the time her father, King George 6th, was 51 years old and she must have assumed that it would be many years before she would become queen. But it was not to be. Less than five years later the King died and Princess Elizabeth became queen. Her promise to serve held good even though I am absolutely sure that it was not the life that she expected or wanted at such an early age. But that's service, and we need to thank God for the remarkable life of faithful service that she lived. If we are honest, we all enjoy being served. We live in a society which panders to our desire to be served ever more efficiently. But Jesus calls us to follow in his footsteps and to learn that to be fully alive we need to learn the blessing of pouring out our lives for others as willing servants. Prayer: Lord Jesus Christ, we thank you that Queen Elizabeth recognised you as the Servant King and as the Lord of her life. Teach us to follow her example and to serve you, willingly and joyfully, with all our hearts. Amen

Reduced Shakespeare Company Podcast
Adrian’s Alan Adaptation

Reduced Shakespeare Company Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 21:38


Two-time Olivier Award winning actor Adrian Scarborough has written The Clothes They Stood Up In, an adaptation of the novella of the same name by Alan Bennett (The Madness of King George, Talking Heads, The History Boys, and The Lady in the Van), about a mild-mannered couple (played by Adrian and Sophie Thompson) who return home from the opera one evening to find their flat completely bare and every single item they own stolen. What happens next is the action of this very funny play, which opens this week at the Nottingham Playhouse, and Adrian talks about about how his adaptation came to be, and how many versions he's had to learn; the challenges of wearing both his actor and playwright hats; his successful preview at The Berko Speakeasy; finding (and imitating) Bennett's voice; the value of getting microphones in the toilet; the privilege of getting to sit on the other side of the table; and the enormous satisfaction of challenging one's self to come up with the goods. (Length 21:38) The post Adrian's Alan Adaptation appeared first on Reduced Shakespeare Company.

Ordway, Merloni & Fauria
Here's what a build your own breakout athlete would look like

Ordway, Merloni & Fauria

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 41:15


Hour 1 Real, meaningful NFL football returns tonight. We no longer have to tune into a Dan Campbell cry session to get a rush of football fever but we do have to worry about which young gun slingers are primed to dethrone the league's current stars. The gang debates which sophomore players will be expected to take a giant leap forward this year, and what that might look like from each candidate. Additionally, the Queen croaked. Prayers up but MFM has bigger fish to fry with people calling out the life blood of sports radio: you, the listener. A gentleman from a state with likely just one Congressman can't believe we would have the audacity to debate sports in a free society and hear dissenting opinions. Sounds like he and King George would get along seamlessly.

Monday Motivation
"Special Labor Day Edition" Monday Motivation w/Rabbi Garfinkel 9-5-2022

Monday Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 21:19


Enjoy an incredible WEDDING STORY as well as a profound incident about a little boy who was saved by King George the 6th of England's Kinder Transport. Perfect listening opportunity on Labor Day & the entire week as we begin our approach to Rosh HaShanah! Lots of love, Rabbi Garfinkel of Project 613 in Chicago

The Sleep Whisperer Podcast
146 - Debunking Sleep Myths - Part 2 With Dr Shweta Kanchan

The Sleep Whisperer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 31:35


Dr Shweta Kanchan is a sleep specialist  who got  fascinated with sleep medicine, and carried out post doctoral research work at King George's Medical College. She was instrumental in organising several workshops and sleep educational programs and her book RPSGT PEARLS got wide recognition in the sleep community. She has several publications in various national and international journals and her work on sleep during COVID 19 pandemic was published in the prestigious Journal of clinical sleep medicine. She is certified by the prestigious world sleep society and also hold the RPSGT credentials which is gold standard certification of sleep technology. At present she is conducting two research projects on sleep hygiene practice. Is napping good, bad or essential? Is snoring harmless or harmful? Are OTC sleep medication safe long term? What can postpartum women do? For more on Dr Shweta Kanchan, you can follow her: Website: https://contactsei2022.wixsite.com/sei2022  Youtube:  https://youtube.com/channel/UCX32FfN8wiAx8sDjjy0lvWw Related Episodes: 144 - Debunking Sleep Myths - Part 1 With Dr Shweta Kanchan  125 - 3 Tiers Of Poor Sleep With Andrea Nakayama-Part 2  124 - 3 Tiers Of Poor Sleep With Andrea Nakayama-Part 1  026 - Dangers Of Sleep Medication With Dr Nishi Bhopal, M.D  -For more on Deepa: Deepa is an Allied Functional Medicine Practitioner, Author and a Yogini at Phytothrive. Having a son with a rare adrenal disorder gave her insight into the working of the adrenals. Her articles have been shared by Dr Mark Hyman, MD, a 14 times NY Times Bestselling Author. She also gave the opening speech on Health Hacks at Amazon Web Services & YourStory HeathTech 2019 to heads of healthcare start-ups in India. She is in the YourStory100 Digital Influencers Of 2020. Her book on sleep with HarperCollins releases in 2022. She has been featured on the award winning podcast 15-Minute Matrix and UK Health Radio discussing sleep.

Pen Jen's Inkwell Podcast
The Peaceable Kingdom

Pen Jen's Inkwell Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 18:46


Unlikely friendships, personal courage, and loyalty can save the day and bring peace to a troubled Kingdom. Eight-year-old Shirley the Lamb doesn't think she matters much to anyone. She doesn't have a tail because a lion bit it off. Her family always makes fun of her, teasing her because she lacks the wooly waggler and looks incomplete to them. When Shirley becomes friends with young Roger the Lion, he never makes fun of her for missing a tail. Roger always walks beside her and makes a point not to wag his own tail since she doesn't have one to wag. Sometimes, he even picks her up with his mouth and carries Shirley on his back. After spending time in the meadow together, Roger shares with her his secret of being afraid of the dark. Shirley teaches him to look for constellations up in stars at night, so Roger will never be scared again. Roger and Shirley fall in love, never knowing their families are involved in an age-long feud. Lambs and lions are supposed to hate each other. When Shirley's and Roger's families find out from Zachary the Cobra about their friendships, they are forbidden to see each other. Shirley's family tells her that lions do nothing but eat lambs, and she's lucky she only lost a tail. Roger's parents tell him if he sees Shirley again that he better not come back unless he eats her. Shirley cries herself to sleep that night as she looks up at the stars and thinks of Roger. A few nights later, Roger conquers his fear of the dark, and using the stars to guide him, he visits Shirley at her barn window. He promises her that they are still going to be friends, even if it's a secret. Days later, Shirley and Roger talk in the high grass by the river when Chloe the Cow tells them that Zachary is right, and they should go home before they start an all-out war in the Kingdom. After Chloe leaves, Roger tells Shirley that he has figured it out—the Cobras love to fuel feuds between families. They want everyone in the Kingdom to riot and kill the Little Child who is the future king. The Little Child's father, King George, has been working hard to bring the land together in peace. The Cobra family wants to be in charge of the Kingdom and undo King George's work. When Zachary slithers through the grass to hear Roger telling Shirley about the Cobra family's intentions, Zachary wicks out his sword-like tongue and tells them they will be sorry. A group of animals with Zachary are scared of him and do whatever he says. Joe the Leopard pounces next to Roger. Gabrielle the Wolf, Martin the Goat, Leah the Calf, Todd the Yearling, Tansy the Bear, and Harold the Ox join Zachary in intimidating Shirley and Roger. Before Roger can pounce on Zachary, the vicious snake slips away with the other animals. Shirley blames Roger for the argument and says her parents are right. She tells Roger that she never wants to see him again. She says lions are dangerous. Roger says lambs are weak. Later that night, the Kingdom goes into a fury when King George is murdered, and the Little Child is missing. Guards search for the Little Child and King George's assassin. When they find a bloody knife in a potted plant on the porch of Roger's family cave, Roger is held in suspicion for killing King George. Shirley stands up for Roger and says that he would never kill King George. That night, Shirley runs away with Roger to search for the Little Child. She apologizes for accusing him and tells him that they have to work together to find the Little Child. Shirley almost loses her life when the cobras attack and try to bite her tail, but she doesn't have one, so she gets away. She and Roger rescue the Little Child from Zachary's family with the help of the other animals in the Kingdom. With the Little Child safely crowned, and on the throne, Shirley and Roger are heroes in the Kingdom.

The Sleep Whisperer Podcast
144 - Debunking Sleep Myths - Part 1 With Dr Shweta Kanchan, Sleep Specialist

The Sleep Whisperer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 34:14


Dr Shweta Kanchan is a sleep specialist  who got  fascinated with sleep medicine, and carried out post doctoral research work at King George's Medical College. She was instrumental in organising several workshops and sleep educational programs and her book RPSGT PEARLS got wide recognition in the sleep community. She has several publications in various national and international journals and her work on sleep during COVID 19 pandemic was published in the prestigious Journal of clinical sleep medicine. She is certified by the prestigious world sleep society and also hold the RPSGT credentials which is gold standard certification of sleep technology. At present she is conducting two research projects on sleep hygiene practice. Is there a magical number of hours of sleep we need? Does more sleep mean it is better for your body? Is there a difference between sleeping the same number of hours at one time versus another? What is the connection between visual challenges and sleep cycles? For more on Dr Shweta Kanchan, you can follow her: Website: https://contactsei2022.wixsite.com/sei2022  Youtube:  https://youtube.com/channel/UCX32FfN8wiAx8sDjjy0lvWw  Related Episodes: 125 - 3 Tiers Of Poor Sleep With Andrea Nakayama-Part 2  124 - 3 Tiers Of Poor Sleep With Andrea Nakayama-Part 1  -For more on Deepa: Deepa is an Allied Functional Medicine Practitioner, Author and a Yogini at Phytothrive. Having a son with a rare adrenal disorder gave her insight into the working of the adrenals. Her articles have been shared by Dr Mark Hyman, MD, a 14 times NY Times Bestselling Author. She also gave the opening speech on Health Hacks at Amazon Web Services & YourStory HeathTech 2019 to heads of healthcare start-ups in India. She is in the YourStory100 Digital Influencers Of 2020. Her book on sleep with HarperCollins releases in 2022. She has been featured on the award winning podcast 15-Minute Matrix and UK Health Radio discussing sleep.

Fitzy & Wippa
BONUS: Fitzy Vs A Bunch Of Children (Record Attempt)

Fitzy & Wippa

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 10:50


Since 1986, Fitzy has held the Under 9's Little Athletics long jump record and this morning we wanted to finally change this. So we sent Fitzy down to King George's Oval in Rozelle to meet the top jumpers in New South Wales to see if any can beat his impressive 4.73m!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sam Malone Show
8/19/2022 The Sam Malone Show

The Sam Malone Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 30:43


Discussed today: Our corrupt government is creating an IRS armed force like the one King George had that precipitated the Revolutionary War. The bad re-run of the Russia Collusion Hoax was the Trump Mar-A-Lago Raid. How to keep a loving marriage between a taker and a giver. 00:00 – Sam's introduction for FRIDAY AUGUST 19TH, 2022. 00:37 – Troy Nehls – Congressman – 9 min – Talked about little league and Sugarland. He predicted what armed IRS agents would mean to the middle class. He covered border issues and laid the blame for American deaths in Afghanistan on Joe Biden and his woke generals. He said Americans have had enough. 09:25 – K.T. McFarland – Former Deputy National Security Advisor – 9 min – KT said the parallels to the Russia Collusion frame-up are obvious to anyone paying attention: same media propagandists using anonymous sources, same congressional liars, same problem with unwarranted warrants being rubber stamped, and same excuses for lack of transparency. The unconstitutionally vague warrant allowed them to gather up evidence first and then craft a crime later. She said even Democrats should vote Republican just to get rid of the Deep State Bureaucrats. 18:38 – Robert Cossick – Author of "Honor the Vow" – 12 min – Robert says if a giving person marries a taking person, the giver should occasionally remind the taker to give instead of just resenting them for not thinking about giving on their own.  He said we should PLAN time to make your spouse feel loved.  30:32 - CloseSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The History of Methodism Podcast
HoM Episode 29 - King George I

The History of Methodism Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 13:52 Transcription Available


In this episode, we look at the reign of the first Hanover king of England, Scotland, and Ireland: George I. Who was he? Where did he come from? And what did John Wesley think of him?You can find us online at www.historyofmethodism.comYou can support us online at patreon.com/historyofmethodism. 

The Hammerson Peters Podcast
Legends of Prince Edward Island

The Hammerson Peters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 77:14


Canada's island province is filled mysterious locations pregnant with age-old legends which even Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne Shirley would be hard-pressed to improve upon. From haunted coves and mystical ponds to phantom lights and monsters of the deep; from chilling tales shared around the hearths of Scottish and Irish farmers to ancient traditions orated by the flickering light of Acadian and Mi'kmaq campfires; here are a few of the many colourful legends of Prince Edward Island.   INTRODUCTION 0:00:00 - Anne of Green Gables' Haunted Wood   REIGN OF THE MI'KMAQ 0:03:00 - The Battle of Pretty Stream   ACADIAN SETTLEMENT 0:07:51 – Early Modern North American Explorers 0:10:37 - Acadian Settlement of Ile Saint-Jean 0:14:00 - Legend of the Mineotta Stone 0:24:39 - The Witch of Port La Joye   THE BRITISH CONQUEST 0:29:56 - King George's War 0:33:01 - The Acadian Expulsion 0:36:20 - The Phantom Church of St. John 0:37:58 - The Hunchback of Point Prim 0:39:45 - The Fairies of Cape Wolfe   SCOTTISH-IRISH SETTLEMENT 0:44:02 - The White Lady of Holland Cove 0:50:42 - The Ghosts of Brudenell Island 0:54:55 - Ghost Ship of the Northumberland Strait 1:01:44 - Phantom Bell Ringers of the Kirk of St. James   CONFEDERATION 1:07:29 - The Haunting of Binstead Manor 1:15:54 - P.E.I. Today

Western Mass History
Episode 3: The Siege of Fort Massachusetts

Western Mass History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 42:08


During the mid-1700s, the Massachusetts colonial government built a series of forts along the northwestern border, to defend against hostile French and Native American incursions. Of these, by far the most important was Fort Massachusetts, in modern-day North Adams. This fort defended the westernmost flank of the line of forts, and it was the site of several battles during King George's War. Among these was the 1746 Siege of Fort Massachusetts, when 30 colonists faced an army of nearly a thousand French and Native American soldiers. This episode tells the story of the siege and the men, women, and children who endured not only the battle itself, but also the subsequent year in captivity in Canada, where more than half of them died.

VeggieTakes
King George and the Ducky with Ellen Davis

VeggieTakes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 51:41


This week, Kendall and Kate talk with Dr. Ellen Davis, a professor of Old Testament/Hebrew Bible and Practical Theology at Duke Divinity School. Dr. Davis uses this opportunity to share with us the profound importance of allowing children to wrestle with the hard stories of Scripture in slow, thoughtful, contemplative ways. When we try to protect children from stories of brokenness, she shares, a reality they *know* exists in the world, we cut them off from the story of redemption too. We actually obscure the very gift that our faith offers them. Adam breaks down the song Endangered Love, more commonly known as Barbara Manattee. Want to watch along? Visit your local library or google the show title for multiple replay options. Learn more about the Edible Theology Project at www.edibletheology.com. Looking for a fun way to study the Bible this summer—whether on your own or with your kids? Check out Bake with the Bible, a six-week Bible study on bread in the Gospels. Don't miss Edible Theology's other podcast, Kitchen Meditations.

Movies On The Side
The Matrix Resurrections

Movies On The Side

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 31:28


Almost 20 years later, we return to the Matrix with Neo, Trinity, and King George! Wait, that's Agent Smith. Can a movie live up to two decades of hype?? Find out as we review the fourth in the Matrix saga!  •  The Matrix Resurrections (2021) - IMDb•  The Matrix Resurrections (2021) - Rotten Tomatoes•  Listen to our bonus episodes on Patreon!Support the show

Plausibly Live! - The Official Podcast of The Dave Bowman Show

On August 2, 1776, the members of the Second Continental Congress gathered to finish what they had begun back in July. Now, each of the men was called forward, one at a time, to affix his name to the final version of the document which had already electrified the world. On what should have been a joyous day, the full weight of what was happening was hitting home. Benjamin Harrison of Virginia, joked with Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts that when the King hung them, Harrison would die quickly because of his weight, while Gerry would dangle and dance “for hours” because he was so small. For a moment, the joke broke the unexpected gloom of the morning. There was one man who did not sign that day. He had already signed back on July 4th. As the President of the 2nd Continental Congress, John Hancock had the honor of speaking on behalf of the new nation and had put his flourished signature on the document before any one else. When the members of Congress had seen his giant “John Hancock,” the comment had been made that the British would be able to read it without spectacles. Hancock himself was reported to have said, “There! I guess King George will be able to read that!” John Hancock is a man like so many of our founders. He is renown for the legend, but flawed in his little known real life. He will leave Congress under a cloud of suspicion over his financial responsibilities to Harvard University. Like so many Founders, he will attempt to lead a military campaign in the war which will end in a disaster. Later he will be the first elected Governor in Massachusetts, but is forced to resign for “health reasons,” as once again, questions about his management of things are raised. This time with life and death consequences. But in 1787 he is re-elected to the governorship of his state. And it is then that the legend of John Hancock will at last live up to the legend of his signature on the Declaration of Independence… --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/plausibly-live/message

Palace Intrigue: A daily Royal Family podcast
Did Michelle Obama not enjoy Meghan Markle? PLUS - Will the next King be....King George?

Palace Intrigue: A daily Royal Family podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 5:09


So what did Michelle Obama think of Meghan Markle?And it seems the name King Charles has bad luck...might King George be next?

HistoryPod
1st August 1714: George, Elector of Hanover, becomes King George I of Great Britain

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022


George, Elector of Hanover, became King George I of Great ...

Broadway To Brazil
Egri Erbstein Bonus Episodes: Tournament Review

Broadway To Brazil

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 25:06


The Egri Erbstein Tournament celebrated amateur and semi professional football, as well as the legacy of one of football's pioneering coaches, on the weekend of 23 and 24 July at the Corinthian-Casuals' home in Tolworth.  Along with the Casuals, visitors Sheffield FC, Hilltop FC, and Budapesti AK provided rich entertainment for the bumper attendances that came down to King George's.  Broadway to Brazil was there to capture the action and reaction. As well as reviewing what happened on the pitch, this episode also hears from some old and new friends: former Corinthian and media legend, Martin Tyler; newly appointed first team manager, Tony Reid; and a member of the touring party from Budapest, Peter Beko.  And we even end on a surprisingly musical note...  --- Hosted by Jarek Zaba Editing, Mixing, Production - Jarek Zaba Series co-producer - Dominic Bliss Title music - John Forrest

Catholic News
August 1, 2022

Catholic News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 2:19


A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - Plans are now set for Pope Francis to visit Kazakhstan in September for an interreligious meeting. Kazakhstan President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev announced in April that a papal visit was possible. In his meeting with the media on his return flight from Canada Saturday, Pope Francis confirmed his intention to travel to the Central Asian country from September 13th to 15th, saying, “That wouldn't be too rigorous a journey.” In Kazakhstan, there are five Catholic dioceses and approximately 250,000 Latin Rite Catholics, according to 2008 statistics, making up a small minority of its population of 18 million people. The first pope to travel to Kazakhstan was Pope Saint John Paul II, who visited the country, together with Armenia, in September 2001. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/251927/pope-francis-to-visit-kazakhstan-in-september Thirteen parishes in the Diocese of Arlington, Virginia, must stop offering Traditional Latin Masses on September 8 under new rules issued Friday by Bishop Michael Burbidge to conform with Pope Francis' liturgical directives. Under the rules, eight other parishes may continue to offer Masses in what is called the Extraordinary Form, but five of those may only do so in other locations besides their churches, including school buildings and a former church. Moreover, none of the eight parishes may publish the times of their Latin Masses in their bulletins, parish websites, or social media channels, in conformity with the Vatican's requirements. Three parishes in the 70-parish diocese may continue to host Latin Masses in their churches. They are: Saint Anthony Mission in King George, Saint Rita Church in Alexandria, and Saint John the Beloved in McLean. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/251924/arlington-bishop-restricts-traditional-latin-masses Today, the Church celebrates Saint Alphonsus Liguori, a doctor of the Church who is widely known for his contribution to moral theology and his great kindness. In 1732, he founded the Redemptorists, a preaching order. He was a great moral theologian and his famous book, “Moral Theology,” was published in 1748. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-alphonsus-liguori-550

The Political Orphanage
America's Dueling Enlightenments

The Political Orphanage

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 56:43


The Founding Fathers were all children of the Enlightenment, and they agreed on kicking King George out, but they never agreed on how to run the country. Seth Radwell, author of American Schism: How the Two Enlightenments Hold the Secret to Healing Our Nation joins on to discuss these two halves of our Founding, and how they are ultimately complimentary.

Realspace Raiders - 40k Drukhari Podcast
Episode 38: Grisly Trophies

Realspace Raiders - 40k Drukhari Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 113:02


Welcome back to Realspace Raiders, the Drukhari podcast! We are an alliance of Archons all hailing from the UK and cover everything from matched play and the competitive meta, painting and hobby discussions, background and lore and much, much more!The new Nephilim season is upon us as well as many recent changes which shake up the meta, join the Archons as they react to each change - how do Drukhari play with the CP changes? What impact did the change of secondaries have on the Dark Eldar and how can you build your army to make the most of them? All these questions and more answered! The Archons discuss the latest points drops and whether Wyches are worth it now and what  place they may have in the new meta. The Tantalus is up for discussion  after another sizeable drop (recorded pre Nick Nanavati's Triple Tantalus!) and why we were all a little sad that the Clawed Fiend meta was fake news.King George takes his crown back as he breaks down his latest event which he emerged from with multiple trophies. Game by game analysis!Paulie returns to Warhammer World for the first with his Corsair Voidscarred for a Kill Team event and emerges with a trophy.Completing the grisly trophies, Dom takes part in a doubles event as he returns to Drukhari life with a Wrack horde and Incubi list alongside Harlequins.Finally, we all lament the latest Drukhari errata as Coteries becomes redundant as a competitive choice... Please share any feedback with us on our Facebook and Instagram pages and give us a like or a follow!Realspace RaidersrealspaceraidersArchonsPaulie - skyserpent40kDom - darktechnodomGeorge - archon_georgeDISCORD: https://discord.gg/VvJQgZVcMERCH STORE: https://redbubble.com/shop/ap/76936647ArtworkJon 'Scrivo' Scrivensjonscrivens on Instagram & Twitterko-fi.com/JonScrivensJonScrivens.comMusicLightcycle by Gabe Milleryoutube.com/gabemillermusicAcid Network by Erimotionarray.comSTARFOUNDERstarfounder.bandcamp.com

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 534 - Coroebus Out; Pyle Drives On

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 35:12


Nick is joined by Daily Mirror racing correspondent David Yates to discuss all the latest news and developments from around the racing world today. They reflect on the win of Pyledriver in Saturday's King George in the companioning of owner/breeder Roger Devlin, who outlines bold plans for the horse and pays tribute to the skills of trainers William Muir and Chris Grassick. With Glorious Goodwood starting tomorrow, Nick catches up with Clerk Ed Arkell to work out whether the ground will be slow enough to see Trueshan take his chance in the Goodwood Cup, in which he would face Gold Cup winner Kyprios, whose owner Moyglare's racing manager Fiona Craig tells Nick she is confident of another big run while also providing an update on star filly Homeless Songs. Nick and Dave consider whether Baaeed will be seriously threatened now Coroebus is out of the Sussex Stakes, while later in the show Paul Nolan discusses his dilemma with HMS Seahorse, who runs at Galway this evening, but is right on the edge of making the cut for Friday's Galway Hurdle, for which he is one of the market leaders.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 534 - Coroebus Out; Pyle Drives On

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 35:12


Nick is joined by Daily Mirror racing correspondent David Yates to discuss all the latest news and developments from around the racing world today. They reflect on the win of Pyledriver in Saturday's King George in the companioning of owner/breeder Roger Devlin, who outlines bold plans for the horse and pays tribute to the skills of trainers William Muir and Chris Grassick. With Glorious Goodwood starting tomorrow, Nick catches up with Clerk Ed Arkell to work out whether the ground will be slow enough to see Trueshan take his chance in the Goodwood Cup, in which he would face Gold Cup winner Kyprios, whose owner Moyglare's racing manager Fiona Craig tells Nick she is confident of another big run while also providing an update on star filly Homeless Songs. Nick and Dave consider whether Baaeed will be seriously threatened now Coroebus is out of the Sussex Stakes, while later in the show Paul Nolan discusses his dilemma with HMS Seahorse, who runs at Galway this evening, but is right on the edge of making the cut for Friday's Galway Hurdle, for which he is one of the market leaders.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Players' Podcast | Haskell Stakes 2022 Edition

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 60:32


We kick off with PTF and Matt Bernier giving their thoughts on the quintet of stakes races on Saturday, culminating in the G1 United Nations and the G1 Haskell. Next up, PTF and Phillip Shelton of Medallion Racing take a look at the last seven races at Saratoga on Friday including the G1 CCA Oaks and the G3 Caress. Last but not least, Callum Helliwell of Sky Sports Racing drops by to give his thoughts on the other WAYI race this weekend, the Group 1 King George at Ascot.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 533 - Jacques Le Marois for State Of Rest

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 38:06


Tom is joined by broadcaster and journalist Rishi Persad who wants to immediately reflect on the performance of Sir Michael Stoute's Nostrum at Sandown yesterday and we have news from assistant trainer James Savage on the colt. Joseph O'Brien joins us from Saratoga where he sends out his first runners this weekend. He also reflects on a double last night at Leopardstown including a first European winner for My Racehorse and he confirms plans for stable star State Of Rest. Rishi and Tom touch on tomorrow's King George at Ascot and also look ahead to the Qatar Sussex Stakes next week at Goodwood. And with the Go Racing in Yorkshire Summer Festival drawing to a closer this weekend, Charlotte Russel is along to tell us more about the event.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
The Saturday Edition - Ep 46

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 20:29


In this episode of the Saturday Edition, Charlotte Greenway brings you the views of some of the connections of runners in tomorrow's King George at Ascot. James Doyle talks of his delight to pick up the ride on Mishriff; Barry Mahon gives and update on Irish Derby winner Westover who head the market and Julia Romich discusses the chances of last season's shock Arc hero Torquator Tasso. George Boughey also runs through his best chances of his Ascot runners including unbeaten filly Kinta. Finally, Flora Gibbs who is currently on the British Horseracing Development scheme brings us an interview with Bjorn Nielsen's daughter Lizzy about Stradivarius ahead of Glorious Goodwood next week.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 533 - Jacques Le Marois for State Of Rest

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 38:06


Tom is joined by broadcaster and journalist Rishi Persad who wants to immediately reflect on the performance of Sir Michael Stoute's Nostrum at Sandown yesterday and we have news from assistant trainer James Savage on the colt. Joseph O'Brien joins us from Saratoga where he sends out his first runners this weekend. He also reflects on a double last night at Leopardstown including a first European winner for My Racehorse and he confirms plans for stable star State Of Rest. Rishi and Tom touch on tomorrow's King George at Ascot and also look ahead to the Qatar Sussex Stakes next week at Goodwood. And with the Go Racing in Yorkshire Summer Festival drawing to a closer this weekend, Charlotte Russel is along to tell us more about the event.

Matchbook Betting Podcast
Racing: Saturday Best Bets From Ascot & York

Matchbook Betting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 58:44


All eyes will be on the King George on Saturday, but there's plenty of top-quality action elsewhere at Ascot, along with ITV's feature races from York. Tom Stanley, Declan Rix, Charlie Poste, and Steve Jones have you covered! Time Stamps 15:35 Ascot - King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes (01:01) 14:05 York - Jump Jockeys' Nunthorpe Handicap (19:31) 14:25 Ascot - Longines Valiant Stakes (24:39) 14:40 York - Dash Handicap (30:47) 15:00 Ascot - International Stakes (38:49) 15:15 York - York Stakes (48:19) Any Other Bets (53:31) Best Lays (55:21) Best Bets (57:03)

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast
Episode 168: Haskell, Coaching Club American Oaks, King George

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 55:05


On this episode we will be recapping the opening weekend from Saratoga. We then move on to preview races from opening weekend at Del Mar and stakes action from Saratoga. We also preview races on the card of the Haskell Stakes at Monmouth. We also discuss the King George VI Stakes at Ascot. 

In The Money Players' Podcast
Players' Podcast | Haskell Stakes 2022 Edition

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 60:32


We kick off with PTF and Matt Bernier giving their thoughts on the quintet of stakes races on Saturday, culminating in the G1 United Nations and the G1 Haskell. Next up, PTF and Phillip Shelton of Medallion Racing take a look at the last seven races at Saratoga on Friday including the G1 CCA Oaks and the G3 Caress. Last but not least, Callum Helliwell of Sky Sports Racing drops by to give his thoughts on the other WAYI race this weekend, the Group 1 King George at Ascot.

The Final Furlong Podcast
Weekend Winners: King George Meeting at Ascot and York

The Final Furlong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 72:12


Proudly brought to you by Kalooki Sportsbook and All About Sunday Emmet Kennedy is joined by Timeform's Mark Milligan as the lads preview the best bets for King George day at Ascot and York. We have confident picks at 8/1, 4/1, 16/1 and 7/1 so listen now to get involved and get the gravy! To find out more about Race Horse Ownership with our official syndicate partnership ALL ABOUT SUNDAY, and to buy YOUR shares in the Horse of Your choice, click this link: https://www.allaboutsunday.com/collections/racehorse-collection?_atid=wKkT399iqRN6MQxTXNW4QNb6U7iRmH Open Your account with our Official Betting Partner Kalooki Sports Book, who will beat the price of other bookmakers, with BPG for Horse Racing and instant withdrawls. Join today www.kalookisportsbook.co.uk  Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/Furlong to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + Free Threat Protection + one additional month for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee!

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 532 - And They're Off, Abroad

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 34:36


Tom is joined by broadcaster and journalist Jane Mangan to discuss yet more horses heading abroad in search of better prize money and ask whether this is a worsening problem for domestic racing. They touch on an interview in Thoroughbred Daily News where Mark Johnston confirms he's lost his top rated horse to America. We hear from trainer George Boughey who has Hoo Ya Mal in his care prior to that horse's trip to the Melbourne Cup and he also touches on his weekend runners, notably Kinta in the Princess Margaret. Simon Marsh, racing manager to the Lloyd Webber's, joins us to talk about Emily Upjohn ahead of the King George this weekend. We have statements from Ascot and Jockey Club Racecourses on free wifi blocking certain websites on racedays and Gemma Waterhouse from Racing Welfare gives us an update on last weekend's Great Racing Welfare Cycle.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 532 - And They're Off, Abroad

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 34:37


Tom is joined by broadcaster and journalist Jane Mangan to discuss yet more horses heading abroad in search of better prize money and ask whether this is a worsening problem for domestic racing. They touch on an interview in Thoroughbred Daily News where Mark Johnston confirms he's lost his top rated horse to America. We hear from trainer George Boughey who has Hoo Ya Mal in his care prior to that horse's trip to the Melbourne Cup and he also touches on his weekend runners, notably Kinta in the Princess Margaret. Simon Marsh, racing manager to the Lloyd Webber's, joins us to talk about Emily Upjohn ahead of the King George this weekend. We have statements from Ascot and Jockey Club Racecourses on free wifi blocking certain websites on racedays and Gemma Waterhouse from Racing Welfare gives us an update on last weekend's Great Racing Welfare Cycle.

Law and Legitimacy
LAL Live: The Public Health State + Steve Bannon + Republic of Virtue (NPS July 20)

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 91:54


Norm is still broadcasting from the shores of Lake Memphremagog, a glacial lake next to the border between Vermont and Quebec, Canada.  The first thing on his mind is the emerging public health state. This was a topic Norm unpacked a few weeks back and he was inspired to review the history of the separation of powers pursuant to the United States federal constitution. But? Federal power under the constitution has been a constant source of concern for those who have catalogued the stretch and flex of the constitution from the founding through the Civil War (13th, 14th, 15th amendments, and equal protection and due process), the Great Depression (the administrative state).  But Norm believes we are on the brink of a fourth wave of constitutional interpretation and staring down at the emergence of the public health state. The fear? Something fundamentally new in American government—perhaps something not seen since King George—is coming. President Biden is set to issue an executive order declaring a climate change a national health emergency.  With federal, state, and local governments' botched responses to COVID-19 in the rear view, why would we want to give the executive branch sweeping new powers to address climate change? Of course, the problem is that not everyone's vision of public health is the same. Consider handgun violence and racism. Arguments have been advanced by advocates that those, too, are public health emergencies.  Norm takes calls on the subject.  What is the proper vision of individualism?  Norm discusses the curious case of Steve Bannon, his background, and why the disposition of his case is significant. The House Select Committee on J6 issued a subpoena for Bannon to testify. He ignored it. Rule number 1: don't ignore a subpoena.  Bannon was playing the odds. But he didn't anticipate the Justice Department convening a grand jury, which would indict Bannon for contempt of Congress. What defense can Bannon raise? And what is jury nullification? Norm spends time in the latter part of the show talking about the danger of a government that prioritizes the instruction of virtue to its citizens at the expense of the hard skills, such as S.T.E.M. Such manifests as a form of social slavery not so different from the momentum we are seeing today. The narrative of white supremacy is alluring. But the study of such grievances destroys culture.  No one is entitled to anything simply because of who they are. And when the Department of Education is behind that, it has totally lost its legitimacy.  Like, share, and subscribe! Norm is live every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET on WICC 600AM/107.3FM. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter!

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 530 - Doyle Entrusted With Mishriff

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 40:46


In episode 530 of the Saturday Edition, Charlotte Greenway is in for Nick and again looks forward to this weekend's King George at Ascot with the newly announced rider of Mishriff, James Doyle. Lee Mottershead of the Racing Post previews the race and gives his thoughts on just the 6 entries, all be it top class ones as well as looking at Newbury's recent prize money boost for this week's fixture. Pat Cummings discusses the incident that took place last week in the States where the second placed horse was wrong demoted after the jockey exceeded the whip allowance and Charlotte Russell is along to update us on the Go Racing In Yorkshire Summer Festival which is taking place this week. Of course being Tuesday, we have our Weatherbys Bloodstock segment and this week Middleham Park Racing are featured after their success in Saturday's Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 530 - Doyle Entrusted With Mishriff

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 40:46


In episode 530 of the Saturday Edition, Charlotte Greenway is in for Nick and again looks forward to this weekend's King George at Ascot with the newly announced rider of Mishriff, James Doyle. Lee Mottershead of the Racing Post previews the race and gives his thoughts on just the 6 entries, all be it top class ones as well as looking at Newbury's recent prize money boost for this week's fixture. Pat Cummings discusses the incident that took place last week in the States where the second placed horse was wrong demoted after the jockey exceeded the whip allowance and Charlotte Russell is along to update us on the Go Racing In Yorkshire Summer Festival which is taking place this week. Of course being Tuesday, we have our Weatherbys Bloodstock segment and this week Middleham Park Racing are featured after their success in Saturday's Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 529 - Hot, Hot, Hot

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 39:33


As the tropical temperatures take over Britain, Charlotte Greenway is in for Nick, and joined by Dave Yates of the Daily Mirror to discuss the BHA's decision to abandon 5 fixtures over the next couple of days, reflect on the racing from the weekend and to look ahead to this weekend's King George at Ascot. With regards to the King George, we hear from Barry Mahon, Juddmonte's racing manager regarding favourite, Westover, and Torquator Tasso's assistant trainer Julia Romich. Anthea Leigh, Cartmel's clerk of the course discusses the measures they have in place to keep the horses cool at this afternoon's fixture and finally Adrian O'Brien of Hazelwood Bloodstock reflects on the recent Grade 1 victories of two fillies his operation consigned at Tattersalls Book 1.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Episode 529 - Hot, Hot, Hot

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 39:33


As the tropical temperatures take over Britain, Charlotte Greenway is in for Nick, and joined by Dave Yates of the Daily Mirror to discuss the BHA's decision to abandon 5 fixtures over the next couple of days, reflect on the racing from the weekend and to look ahead to this weekend's King George at Ascot. With regards to the King George, we hear from Barry Mahon, Juddmonte's racing manager regarding favourite, Westover, and Torquator Tasso's assistant trainer Julia Romich. Anthea Leigh, Cartmel's clerk of the course discusses the measures they have in place to keep the horses cool at this afternoon's fixture and finally Adrian O'Brien of Hazelwood Bloodstock reflects on the recent Grade 1 victories of two fillies his operation consigned at Tattersalls Book 1.

Composers Datebook
Water music by Handel and Larsen

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 2:00


Synopsis On today's date in 1717, King George and his entourage took a barge trip on the river Thames, traveling from Whitehall to Chelsea, accompanied by about 50 musicians, also on barges. A contemporary newspaper account reported that they performed “the finest Symphonies, composed express for this occasion by Mr. Handel, which his Majesty liked so well that he caused it to be played three times in going and returning.” Another report refers to “trumpets, horns, oboes, bassoons, flutes, recorders, violins and basses” being employed. In our time, Handel's “Water Music” – as the three suites have come to be known – is one of the best-known and best-loved works of the entire Baroque Age. In 1985, three hundred years after the birth of Handel, American composer Libby Larsen composed a Symphony she titled “Water Music,” written as a tribute to Handel and as an expression of her own enthusiasm for sailing. Libby Larsen is one of today's busiest American composers, and in the year 2000 the American Academy of Arts and Letters presented Larsen with its Award in Music, honoring her lifetime achievements as a composer. When asked how she finds time to balance her busy life as a composer, Larsen answers: “I can't not do it – having a life and a life in music is as natural and necessary to me as breathing.” Music Played in Today's Program George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) – Water Music (Royal Philharmonic: Sir Yehudi Menuhin, cond.) MCA 6186 Libby Larsen (b. 1950) – Symphony (Water Music) (Minnesota Orchestra; Sir Neville Marriner, cond.) Nonesuch 79147

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 528 - "We're voting with our feet" says Beckett

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 36:52


Tom is joined initially by President of the NTF Ralph Beckett who addresses the fact that none of the thirteen horses entered in Newbury's final race tomorrow, one of which is trained by him, were declared to run. Ralph also touches on the news that his horse Westover now heads the betting for the King George and says a decision as to whether they run and to who rides will be made on Monday. Jane Mangan is Tom's guest and she reacts to Ralph's comments and also to Price AA Faisal's assertion that David Egan refused to renew his contract with the owner. It's also the last day of Hong Kong's season tomorrow and Jim McGrath is along to look ahead to the culmination of the jockey's championship.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 527 - Crown Fit for the King?

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 35:05


Tom is joined by the Racing Post's Jonathan Harding to initially discuss the news that King George favourite Desert Crown has missed an intended piece of work and isn't a certainty for next weekend's highlight. Jonathan gives his views on the race and also on this week's whip report. We are joined by Weatherby's Executive Director Nick Craven to look ahead to Saturday's Super Sprint and this weekend is also the Great Racing Welfare Cycle and Aimee Righton is along to tell us more. Nick also has a couple of pieces for us, initially with Oliver St Lawrence regarding the plans for KHK Racing Ltd and another with Racing Victoria's Paul Bloodworth.