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"ami" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:30 min | Last month

"ami" Discussed on WTOP

"15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and innovation forward. One 45, let's see what George Wallace has. All right, we've got injury news for Washington Sunday as far as against the packers, the ami Brown William Jackson Logan Thomas Jonathan Williams all out. John Dodson, Sam cosme tight and John Bates, questionable for Sunday. Datsun re aggravated that hammy yesterday and he feels better today but they'll take it cautious heading into the game against the packers on Sunday. It is homecoming on Sunday. Did you hear they're giving out seat cushions? Oh really? Yes, but apparently they are we're giving out seat cushions as you walk into the stadium, which makes sense. But now they have changed it. They're going to give it out as you leave the stadium Because of safety. Now look, one of the most iconic moments in this franchise's history was the seat cushion game at RFK against the falcons in the playoffs. Just to spontaneous throw the seed cushions after a touchdown. Now, you're honoring the 91 team on Sunday. Wouldn't that be pretty cool if that would have happened? Well, you know, the scene cushions but they're not going to get a chance because you have to get it when you leave. Maybe they learn their lessons from all the flying seat cushions. Right, but that is a very, very cool moment. It was, you know? It is homecoming. You're going to get a seat cushion on your way out of the stadium Sunday. We're going to use that. Are you going to use that? You're not. Nice to have it in the stadium. It would. That's the point of giving it hours. You go in, right? Wizards home tonight to the bulls. It's the home opener at capital want to read a book teams at one and O baseball tonight in Philadelphia, Philly's Padres game three series tied at once. George Wallace WTO sports. The top stories we're following for you today on WTO P, it's four months behind bars for Steve Bannon, but the one time a to former president Trump will say free during his appeal. Bannon was convicted of contempt of Congress for refusing to follow the January 6 committees subpoena and not turning over some documents. When the government sees documents from Mar-a-Lago, some of them contained highly sensitive information on China and Iran. That's coming from a report in The Washington Post today. Quoting people close to the story, who claimed the paper, those papers could expose secret intelligence gathering methods, at least one of the documents is said to describe Iran's missile program. Just a couple of weeks before the election day, voters in Clifton dumfries herndon onco Quan Quantico and Vienna have received election notices with incorrect polling location information. New corrected notices are now going out. Keep it here on WTO for more on these top stories in the minutes ahead. Coming up, in money news. The Dow is up 591 points. A big stock just fell to a decade low. I'm Jeff cable. It's one 48. Traffic and weather on the 8s, rob stallworth. What's the latest from the traffic center? Northbound two 70 still with all traffic diverted on the route 80 inner fan and that's exit number 26 with the overturned dump truck near the scenic overview and the fuel spill there. They're working feverishly to clean up the situation. Southbound to 70 delays, approaching 85. Your travel lanes has a single right lane getting bypass 80 in urbana if you're traveling at this point on the beltway in Montgomery county the interloop slows off and on between excuse me between three 55 and New Hampshire avenue with travel lanes available to you outer loop slowdowns approaching at this point route 50 in the Jon Hansen highway but you are clear once you get past the BW Parkway if in northbound on the BW Parkway, often on the brakes between one 93 in pattern mill road, the beltway in Virginia on the inner loop. As you head past the Robinson terminal response finally arrived on scene, you stay far left or far right to get by the crash there and involving a car that's facing the wrong direction. Southbound I 95 on the brakes going across the Aquaman down to one 23 on one 23 northbound near old bridge road. That's where we have the report of a crash. I 95 northbound off and on the brakes anywhere between Dale City and the Springfield interchange will travel lanes open and available there. It's still north penny three 95 jam as you go up to and across the 14th street bridge into the district, the eastbound freeway near the third street tunnel, at least one or two lanes blocked for the crash in response there. Sound found D.C. two 95 on the brakes approaching east capital street, but to travel lanes are open. Meadows farms nurseries fall most madness sale is here. Now through October 26th, get four bags of mulch from 1555, visit the medals farms nursery nearest you are metal farms dot com. I'm rob stallworth WTO traffic. Here's storm team four meteorologist Mike Steiner with the forecast. Blue skies, Bryce sunshine, Walmart temperatures coming our way this afternoon. We'll get up to a high in the mid to upper 60s. Overnight clear skies, not as cold as the last few nights lows for the low 40 suburbs to upper 40s near the district, beautiful day on Saturday, lots of sunshine will get up to a high near 70. Cloud cover Sunday, a chance of some light rain by late in the day, but the bulk of that rain will stay off to our east, highs low to mid 60s, on Monday morning clouds and after the sunshine war, a high near 70. I'm storm team four meteorologist by Steiner Ferdinand. 66 right now at Reagan national 64 at dulles and at 66 at BWI Marshall, brought to you by Dallas glass. For all your glass mirror and shower door needs. Visit Delos glass dot com. Love your glass. Coming

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"ami" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:52 min | Last month

"ami" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from NPR news, ami Martinez in Los Angeles, California. And I'm Leila fauld in Washington, D.C.. Kentucky Supreme Court is considering a case today that will decide whether the state can redirect would be tax dollars to private schools. It's a debate that once again pits advocates of privatizing schools against people worried about the underfunding of public education. Jess Clark of member station W FPL will be in the courtroom today and joins us now on Skype hijack a morning. Hello. So why don't we start with you just telling us more about this case? What's happening in the courtroom today? Sure, well, many people have heard about school vouchers. That's a program in which the state pays for certain families to attend private school. The stated rationale being that lower income families deserve the same access to private school as wealthier families. But school vouchers are actually not legal in Kentucky. The state constitution pretty explicitly forbids using tax dollars on non public schools. So this case is about a program private school advocates have created that is very similar to a voucher program, but different enough, they say that it doesn't violate the constitution. Okay, so before we get into details of what each side is arguing, arguing in the court, give us the context here about what's at stake in this case and why people are so invested. Well, it gets back to a debate that's played out in many states about the value of privatizing K12 education. Vouchers and tax credit scholarship programs are illegal in many other states. Some states even have both Indiana and Louisiana being to in proponents of these programs often refer to themselves as being for, quote, school choice. And they argue that all parents should have the right to opt out of the public school system, just like wealthy families who can pay for private school. On the other side, advocates of public education say a big reason parents even want to opt out is because for decades, lawmakers have underfunded public schools. In Kentucky, for example, if you adjust for inflation, spending per student is still significantly lower than it was in 2008. So opponents are worried that this program will just further drain funds away from students and from public schools. So that's the bird's eye view. Let's get into how this program in Kentucky would work and how advocates say it differs from vouchers. So this program is a tax credit scholarship fund at the risk of putting listeners back to sleep because that sounds pretty dry, but stick with me. Here's how it works. First, people or corporations make a donation to a scholarship fund that is managed by a third party. And then return for the donation, the donor gets a tax credit of up to 97% of their contribution. So essentially, these donors contribute to a scholarship fund in lieu of paying a state taxes. Then low and middle income families can apply to use the scholarship funds on educational expenses, including private school tuition. And advocates of the tax credit program say because the money never actually enters state coffers. The state is not technically funding these private schools and the program is therefore legal. And what's the other side saying? Well, opponents say this program will take even more money out of the public school system and create a system of haves and have nots. They call this program backdoor vouchers. And a lower court judge actually agreed with them saying the mechanism for collecting the funds is irrelevant because the program ultimately amounts to state support for private schools. Advocates of the program appealed that decision and that's why the court is hearing the case today. All right, and you will be in the courtroom that's just Clark with W FPL. Thank you so much for your time and your reporting. Thank you. A jury in Florida is expected to begin deliberations on whether the gunman who killed 17 people at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school gets the death sentence. Nicholas Cruz has pleaded guilty to the murders. Yeah, defense attorneys argued that cruise though should be spared and given life in prison without the possibility of parole instead because of his troubled history and his mental health. NPR's Greg Allen has been following the trial, he joins us now from Miami and some of what you'll hear in his report might be disturbing. Greg, how will the jury decide whether Cruz deserves the death penalty? Well, under Florida law, a jurors can hand down a sentence of death if they find that aggravating factors outweigh mitigating factors. And prosecutors detailed several aggravating factors they think that apply here. Prosecutor Mike sat says videos, cruise recorded on his cell phone, social media posts, and even Internet searches showed that he planned this attack on the school months in advance. What she did was to murder children at school and their caretakers. That's what he wanted to do. That's what he planned to do. That's what he wanted to do, and that's what he did. And there are other aggravating factors. The fact that multiple murders were carried out that they were done at a school and that they were done in a way that was especially quote heinous atrocious or cruel, on that point, the jury heard disturbing testimony from survivors about the terror they experienced that day. Jurors also watched surveillance videos showing crews returning to victims he wounded and shooting them again, killing them. Now, as we mentioned, Cruz's guilt has already been established. He pleaded guilty. What's the case, his defense has made for giving him a life sentence? Well, I've spoken to experienced lawyers who say this is one of the most difficult death penalty cases for the defense they've ever seen in Florida. Yesterday, the jury once again viewed a 14 minute surveillance video from the school that recorded the entire attack. It's not been made public very disturbing, but it depicts cruise methodically shooting into classrooms and down hallways. And then reloading his AR-15 style rifle several times with new magazines. Several weeks ago, the jury visited the building at March, we stillman Douglas high school, where the shootings occurred where they saw bloodstains, bullet holes, and other evidence of the attack. Defense lawyer Melissa McNeil has tried to move past the shooting, saying, by pleading guilty to the murders, Cruz is accepting responsibility. She's tried instead to focus on cruise's troubled history that began before he was born when his mother abused drugs and alcohol while she was pregnant with him. But how would that help him avoid the death penalty? Well, McNeil spent a lot of time yesterday in her closing argument, recounting all the problems Cruz had in school and in his interactions with others. She talked about testimony from experts who said, Cruz suffers from fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. She said he never received a proper diagnosis or treatment because everyone from his adoptive mother to school officials dropped the ball. And at least one juror opts for life, the death penalty then is off the table. But Neil acknowledged though to jurors that thought would require courage. Your individual moral decision must not be based upon what you think that this community wants. Or what you think anybody else wants. This is your individual moral decision. Many of the family members of those who have died have been outspoken about their desire to seek crews receive the death penalty. Throughout the trial, many of them been in the courtroom, there's been some difficult days, and I'm sure they will be there when the jury finally comes in with the verdict, whenever that is. NPR's Greg Allen in Miami Greg thanks. You're welcome. This is NPR news

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Malley Allowing Sanctions to Be Lifted Over Terrorists in Iran Deal

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 9 months ago

Malley Allowing Sanctions to Be Lifted Over Terrorists in Iran Deal

"He goes on These people have told him what's happening in Vienna is a total disaster one warned The entire negotiations had been filtered and essentially run by the Russians Russian diplomat Mikhail yola nav The concessions and other misguided policies have led three members of the U.S. negotiating team to leave In other words to resign This is a long and technical threat he says but here's what you should know The deal being negotiating at Vienna is dangerous to our own national security It is illegal It is a legitimate and in no way serves U.S. interests in either the short or long term Here's why Led by Robert malley that's the name The U.S. has promised to lift sanctions on some of the regime's worst terrorists and torturers Leading officials in the regimes weapons of mass destruction infrastructure and is currently trying to lift sanctions on the Republican guard itself He said now let's dive in first Biden's team is preparing to rescind the supreme leader's office executive order as soon as this coming Monday It lifts sanctions on nearly every one of the 112 people in entity sanctioned under it even if their sanctioned under other legal authorities We sanctioned some of the worst people you can possibly imagine under this authority Like motion razor who was involved in the 1994 AMI a bombing that killed 85 people in Argentina He'll be able to live free of sanctions next week if Robert malley proceeds

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Ami Horowitz: Democrats Are Alienating Black and Hispanic Communities, Becoming More Conservative

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | 11 months ago

Ami Horowitz: Democrats Are Alienating Black and Hispanic Communities, Becoming More Conservative

"The beauty of this is that they are eroding what has always been the stalwart part of their own party which is the minorities They have been alienating them And we've already seen we've seen this already the Hispanic community where this whole idea of them saying hey let's bring in as many legal immigrants as possible is now backfiring because the second and third generations are all moving away from the Democratic Party And that is going to in the near term we're going to kill them In the longer term I think you're starting to see an erosion even the black community And I think things like the things that I'm doing is that that's why I do what I do Is to create that fault line that truly exists because the reality is most black people are more conservative tendencies than liberal tendency That's the actual truth And what I think we have to do is kind of put a fine point on that It's not that I'm getting the white liberals to say the quiet part out loud They've been saying the quiet part out for a while I'm just putting a very fine point on it and saying to people of black community these people do not serve your interest They really do not And they're starting to get it You can see an erosion in that support and that will kill them going forward not just these midterms or the next presidential election But I'm talking long term And that's why our goal should be

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Ami Horowitz: Joe Biden, Democrats Weaponize Their Own Bigotry

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | 11 months ago

Ami Horowitz: Joe Biden, Democrats Weaponize Their Own Bigotry

"I mean if someone on this show were to come out and say listen I just don't think black people are smart enough to get driver's license You would see The Huffington Post understandably lose their mind You shouldn't say stuff like that And you shouldn't But when the left says it and they mean it like they're not kidding I mean you've done these interviews with these white liberals I've seen tons of these man on the street things Where they're committed to this idea that like you said there's no sense of agency there that they're somehow inferior which is the very essence of what racism is Is it not It's exactly what it is In fact they've oddly weaponized their own bigotry in that you listen to a Joe Biden say that well if you're against voter ID then you're a you stand in favor of Jim Crow This is Jim Crow You are Jefferson Davis Do you remember what he just said recently Their own bigotry the problem is that they don't they are so tone deaf They're so tone deaf and how the American public views them that they don't realize that they've become a laughing stock because they can say it all day long No one in America other than the left truly believes In any way shape or form that not having voted for ID laws is Jim Crow They're laughing stock But they don't realize

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Ami Horowitz: The Left's Party Line Is Black People Are Purely Victims

The Dan Bongino Show

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

Ami Horowitz: The Left's Party Line Is Black People Are Purely Victims

"Part of I spend a lot of time on issues around race It animates me it's important to me And in particular how the left views black people right So like you said in the segment leading to this they're always ready to jump on the races and where we're all racist Of course when we're all racist no one's races but of course they don't understand the nuance of that But when you ask them white leftist the people who have the white savior complex about what they think about black people across the board actually voter ID but I just did a video a couple weeks ago about black obesity The condescension the patronizing that exists The implicit racism of the left is institutional dogma for them that black people have no agency Their victim of circumstance and nothing more That's their party line Literally And that's what's important to

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Ami Horowitz Street Interviews Confirm Black People Can Get an I.D., Challenging Democrats' Voting Concerns

The Dan Bongino Show

01:04 min | 11 months ago

Ami Horowitz Street Interviews Confirm Black People Can Get an I.D., Challenging Democrats' Voting Concerns

"Is a pleasure You are the creator of one of our favorite videos audios we use in my podcast and this radio show I'd like to play a kitchen Can we play about 30 seconds of it This is an ami horwood special folks Ami does some of the best man on the street interviews ever And abi wanted to challenge the assertion by the Democrats at voter ID is racist because black people seemingly can't get an ID which Amy and I both find kind of strange So he went out on the street and these are the results he got played about 30 seconds of this gym Check this out You have ID normally Yes that's a good idea Do you carry ID Yes I do Do you know anybody who doesn't carry any No And one that I know has an ID Why would they think we don't have ID That's a lie Why would they say that Do you have ID Yes Wow And my Friends had their agreement We know what we need to carry around Everybody have ID So that goes on for a long time It's a spectacular video When you go out on the street and you ask American citizens who happen to be black hey can you go get ID Did they look at you like your bonkers Like you've got ten heads like of course I can get an ID

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"ami" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

06:24 min | 11 months ago

"ami" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Relationships between the agencies and the communities. We describe for people a little bit about sort of the challenges and decisions that have to go into how the city finances affordable housing preservation development and those affordability levels. And this was sort of always one of the tensions of this plan and of the implementation of it. And again, you know, hesitate to always talk in the big sweeping turns because this is about where people are going to live, right? Is that about actual homes and families and individuals and where they live. But the tensions around financing this and that the push often during the administration was around, are you rightsizing it? And you just said you exceeded expectations in terms of financing affordable housing for those at lower incomes, but there was always this sort of tension to push about whether this program, this plan was rightsized for deeper levels of affordability. And how that relates to the actual financing. So it's a complicated set of issues beyond. I mean, one is just to start with the obvious the economics of providing housing for the very lowest income families is very difficult. You know, typically our buildings in our buildings, a family has to pay 30% of its income for housing related expenses. So that's generally the rent plus electricity or whatever is providing heat. So if you take, let's say, 30% AMI, you're talking about somebody making a family making $20,000 or less. And frankly, 30% of $20,000 doesn't keep the lights on. It doesn't pay what it costs to run a building. So that means you've got to have additional sources of subsidy beyond just the mortgage on the building. And so the first issue is building and financing for the lowest income families takes an enormous amount of money. And so by definition, you're providing fewer homes with the same amount of money. That's allocated. So that's problem number one. It's just how do you make the economics work? The best case scenario is you build a building and then you help subsidize the monthly rent through a voucher or that kind of thing. But vouchers are very, very limited. And so that's just not an option for many buildings. So the first problem is an economic one. The second problem is really a broader policy one. Many communities, we heard over and over and over again. They want housing for the lowest income households in the community, but they also want the community to be attractive when their children, for example, make good, go to college, come back, make middle income salaries, they want the community to be attractive to those community to those households as well. And they want housing to be available at those levels. So there's a basic policy question about how wide of a distribution of affordable housing should there be and who all are you serving. And then the last thing that comes up there is really a question of legality and also equity and fairness in the notion that under the under fair housing laws where prohibited from concentrating poverty. And so you want, again, to be compliant with the law, you want a range of housing that's available. And you don't want a building to just be the very lowest income families in part because it's not a resilient building in many cases then, because it's so reliant upon, for example, those other subsidies. So those are the kinds of considerations that go into the question and it's a complicated balancing issue. And over the course of the administration, some of the plan was reworked multiple times as of course it should be. Government needs to obviously adjust and be nimble and rethink things. Whether it's acknowledging mistakes or it's becoming more ambitious or whatever it was. And I think all those things happened. Looking back on it now, do you think that the creation of this housing program, it should have been designed with a little bit more of the focus on the very lowest income New Yorkers? I think that if we had had perfect foresight into what all would happen, we might we probably would have aimed a little bit. We would have aimed for a higher share of the housing to be affordable at those 30, 40, 50% AMI. And what I mean there is a couple of things. We want is that we counted on four 21 a, as providing more housing at the 60 and 80% AMIs in our planning, right? We counted on that. And.

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Voter Suppression, the Real 'Big Lie'

The Larry Elder Show

00:59 min | 11 months ago

Voter Suppression, the Real 'Big Lie'

"So back to the political science professor from university of Georgia Charles S bulloch the third. He said this regarding Biden's assertion about them cutting ours. You can criticize the bill for many things. But I don't think you can criticize it for reducing the hours you can vote. Fact checker said the law did make some changes to early voting. But said experts say the net effect of the new early voting rules was to expand the opportunities to vote for most Georgians, not to limit them. So it's just, once again, not true. But boy, do they believe that these dastardly voting laws pushed by these racist people are designed to suppress the vote, even though as ami Horowitz found out, we're going to east Harlem. People had absolutely no problem getting voter ID.

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"ami" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Can we are back with army Horowitz, see the whole video of him in Berkeley with American students giving a man they think is funding the Taliban money for the next 9 11 army. We don't rehearse any of this. I don't tell you what I'm going to ask you. This is the question. I don't think I've ever asked you. And I think it's the most important one. Nobody is doing what you're doing. I mean, you know, Jesse ward is what his world is fun. It's amusing, but your videos are shocking. Why are you doing what you're doing? What's the genesis of it or we share that story? Yeah, sure. You know, so my background was as an investment banker. That's what I did for most of my career. And one day the Saturday night and I was watching the Michael Moore film going for Columbine. And I started drifting off thinking about the United Nations and how horrific they are and damaging they are. And why isn't anybody up in arms about it? And I looked over at the screen at the Michael Moore documentary. I thought, what did engaging interesting. Way to convey an idea, this idea of a smart, dark documentary. Now, he may be totally wrong, he's a big fat pig. But hey, you know what? Still, it's a really interesting way of conveying a perspective. So I thought, you know what? I'm going to do that. I literally quit my job. I was sorry, I quit my job on Monday. Start raising money, made a movie called you and me, which was thank God successful enough where a kind of open live doors for me. I decided I didn't want to do any more. I didn't want to spend another 7 years on one topic and spend millions of dollars on it. So I said, you know, this social media was really taken off that point. And you can kind of create your own platform. And that's what I did. I just started doing these one off videos. And they just kind of became super successful and they kind of blew up to the point where now we're across all platforms are probably four and a half million views per video. As soon as the show, right? Then you're going to have your own show called triggered. Yeah, yeah. We are in the process of that as well. Really excited about them. I'm sure. I'm sure this will be one of the first places I'll come to you talk about it once we're ready to go. Can't wait. And what's it gonna take for us to get serious is concerned is because we've got one army Horowitz out there. We've got our conservative websites. We've got talk radio, but in terms of taking back the culture and making it pro American, we need a lot more. Don't we army? Well, we do. We absolutely do, because culture really is upstream from politics. It's where kind of where this is where it begins. We inculcate our kids with this nonsense and they buy into a culturally and it does ultimately affect their politics. Look, there's a reason why The Daily Show has been for years the number one show for kids under 25 where they get their news from. Okay, a fake news show. So I John was winding triggered because John Oliver show is so successful at changing hearts and minds. We have to get better at it. We're not that good at it. And we've got to get better. We've got to get serious. And like when we decided to take over talk radio in the 80s and then the 90s and how much that affected the politics and the Democrats and the left was left out of it. We're losing out on the new great medium and we need to fight in that playing field. Can people support you at your website? I love that you ask that. Yes, they can. They can either go to Omni hors dot com to make a donation see more of these videos, or they can go and army locals dot com, which is another platform which I have was taking engage with me and they can donate. That's how I make this stuff. You know, I got to make this stuff hand to mouth. And that's what we do. And we've been thank God successful. I love this guy's work. He's a real trooper. He's a truth teller. He's also a brave man. Army dot locals dot com for his private little subscription service or just go to his website army Horowitz AMI army Horowitz dot com. Please support this man. And just first off, watch the video. We're posting the whole YouTube video. The insanity Berkeley thinking their funding Taliban terrorists watch it top of our Twitter feed. I'm Sebastien Gaul. You'll cause next year and an update from mister G about southwest. Coming to you live from the relief actor dot com studio's relief factor pain relief that works pain relief that's real pain relief that is liberating tens of thousands of Americans every single day from their pain people like Yvonne from California. This is a fun story. Both my husband and I are in our 70s and are so grateful to have found relief factor. We tried so many other solutions, but none of them have given us the freedom of being pain free, like relief factor. Did you hear those words pain free? 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"ami" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Can we are back with army Horowitz, see the whole video of him in Berkeley with American students giving a man they think is funding the Taliban money for the next 9 11 army. We don't rehearse any of this. I don't tell you what I'm going to ask you. This is the question. I don't think I've ever asked you. And I think it's the most important one. Nobody is doing what you're doing. I mean, you know, Jesse ward is what his world is fun. It's amusing, but your videos are shocking. Why are you doing what you're doing? What's the genesis of it or we share that story? Yeah, sure. You know, so my background was as an investment banker. That's what I did for most of my career. And one day the Saturday night and I was watching the Michael Moore film going for Columbine. And I started drifting off thinking about the United Nations and how horrific they are and damaging they are. And why isn't anybody up in arms about it? And I looked over at the screen at the Michael Moore documentary. I thought, what did engaging interesting. Way to convey an idea, this idea of a smart, dark documentary. Now, he may be totally wrong, he's a big fat pig. But hey, you know what? Still, it's a really interesting way of conveying a perspective. So I thought, you know what? I'm going to do that. I literally quit my job. I was sorry, I quit my job on Monday. Start raising money, made a movie called you and me, which was thank God successful enough where a kind of open live doors for me. I decided I didn't want to do any more. I didn't want to spend another 7 years on one topic and spend millions of dollars on it. So I said, you know, this social media was really taken off that point. And you can kind of create your own platform. And that's what I did. I just started doing these one off videos. And they just kind of became super successful and they kind of blew up to the point where now we're across all platforms are probably four and a half million views per video. As soon as the show, right? Then you're going to have your own show called triggered. Yeah, yeah. We are in the process of that as well. Really excited about them. I'm sure. I'm sure this will be one of the first places I'll come to you talk about it once we're

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Filmmaker Ami Horowitz on the Inspiration for His Series

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Filmmaker Ami Horowitz on the Inspiration for His Series

"Can we are back with army Horowitz, see the whole video of him in Berkeley with American students giving a man they think is funding the Taliban money for the next 9 11 army. We don't rehearse any of this. I don't tell you what I'm going to ask you. This is the question. I don't think I've ever asked you. And I think it's the most important one. Nobody is doing what you're doing. I mean, you know, Jesse ward is what his world is fun. It's amusing, but your videos are shocking. Why are you doing what you're doing? What's the genesis of it or we share that story? Yeah, sure. You know, so my background was as an investment banker. That's what I did for most of my career. And one day the Saturday night and I was watching the Michael Moore film going for Columbine. And I started drifting off thinking about the United Nations and how horrific they are and damaging they are. And why isn't anybody up in arms about it? And I looked over at the screen at the Michael Moore documentary. I thought, what did engaging interesting. Way to convey an idea, this idea of a smart, dark documentary. Now, he may be totally wrong, he's a big fat pig. But hey, you know what? Still, it's a really interesting way of conveying a perspective. So I thought, you know what? I'm going to do that. I literally quit my job. I was sorry, I quit my job on Monday. Start raising money, made a movie called you and me, which was thank God successful enough where a kind of open live doors for me. I decided I didn't want to do any more. I didn't want to spend another 7 years on one topic and spend millions of dollars on it. So I said, you know, this social media was really taken off that point. And you can kind of create your own platform. And that's what I did. I just started doing these one off videos. And they just kind of became super successful and they kind of blew up to the point where now we're across all platforms are probably four and a half million views per video. As soon as the show, right? Then you're going to have your own show called triggered. Yeah, yeah. We are in the process of that as well. Really excited about them. I'm sure. I'm sure this will be one of the first places I'll come to you talk about it once we're

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"ami" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Bucks. 50 bucks? 50 bucks. The man with the camera will actually somebody else was holding it the cypress for him hiding under a tree. I think it's ami Horowitz. He calls himself a gun so journalists I call him a gorilla journalist, follow him right now, army Horowitz dot com. Army, welcome back to America first. Oh, it's always a pleasure. Thanks for having me. So I asked you this in the break. I'm going to ask in front of our millions of listeners. Did you expect the responses to be that bad that American kids are giving you money that you are telling them you're going to use to fund the Taliban to strike America with a another 9 11? Did you expect it to be that bad? So when I'm sitting in my house, drinking scotch and trying to come up with an outrageous precept to video I often have times we'll think of myself, I've gone too far, right? There's no way. And there's no way that this could happen. There's no way that American students university students a major American university will give me money to kill Americans. But then again, there's something in the gnawing at the bottom of me that says, dude, you will give these guys too much credit. You got to go do this. So I said, well, what's at least see? And it was, if I'm being totally honest, I would say that there was some part of me which felt like they would do it. The vast majority of me said, I don't think they will. I hope they won't. And frankly, I'll be honest. If one person punched me in the face, I would have been really happy. I wasn't the happiest ever to get punched in the face by somebody. But not only did nobody punch me in the face. Just so we're clear. Nobody freaked out. Nobody got upset. I only had one person listening to my pitch and said, I don't want to fund that. One of the persons. Wow. So let me just be clear here. Let me talk about what you actually did in national security and legal terms. If you were the Taliban, and if you had taken that money and given it to the Taliban for terrorist attacks. Every single person who gave you the money would be committing what is called material support to terrorism. That is a felony, okay? Which, let me just, you know, prove my point here. A transit cup in D.C.. About 6 years ago, gave $500 500 to somebody he thought was going to give it to ISIS. It was actually an FBI asset. That cop who is pro Jihad is now sitting in a supermax prison for material support to terrorism for giving 500 bucks to somebody he thought was ISIS. That's the reality army of what you just documented. Every single if you were really a terrorist army, every single one of those kids was committing a felony offense of material support terrorism. Look, it's rare that I come on your program and tell people you've got to watch this video to believe it. But you people out there, you got to watch this video to believe it. We're not even doing it justice to be honest. It is so shocking. It is so damning words can't properly convey what actually happened. In fact, it was so insane that when I hire crew, generally I have to give a steak name because they won't work with me. And most of the time, 9 times that ten, they are left of center if not left. These are the people in this business. What's the name to give yourself Muhammad Dirk Jihad? What is the name you give? I can't say I can't say, but it's not on me horror. It looks like that. And so this guy was kind of left. And we started shooting it. And he texted me a few 15, 20 minutes in and his stock of weekly puddle around the corner to discuss something. I said, sure. He goes, I don't know what's happening. I go, what do you mean? He goes, I don't understand what I'm seeing. I said, what do you think you see? Because it looks like people are giving away to kill American. I go, yeah, my friend. That is what the left has come to. You have to understand something. When you feel that you are virtuous, there is no end. There's no endgame to what you're willing to do. I didn't know you don't have your own, you know, vetted team. So I'm curious. We're out of time in this segment. You're going to stay over for another one, but I have to know, did he stay with you when he realized was he shocked and then he just kept filming? No. He can't film it. He was very interested in this going to play out. Wow. Incredible. Guys, you've got to see it. American students, giving somebody who they think is going to give them money to the Taliban for the next 9 11 cash cash to kill Americans. That's what they've done to our children. One man is standing in the breach, documenting it all, filmmaker, extraordinaire, follow him, army, Horowitz dot com, army, Horowitz on Twitter. Yeah, we're trying to do it justice here, but it's hard to do. What.

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Superman Comes Out of the Closet, Gets Woke

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Superman Comes Out of the Closet, Gets Woke

"I see we've triggered the libs. They can't stand it that I think having a gay Superman isn't the best business move. I guess they understand much better because they did so well with the work efficacy of Star Wars didn't they, and I dread the next Indiana movie. Oh my gosh, Indiana Jones. We shall see. But let's listen to the logic behind what they're doing. This is super van writer Tom Taylor on CNN. He's so excited about woke you find the most famous superhero cut in. And you said, man, if you're going to make a new Superman, what should that look like? And it struck me as it would be a real opportunity lost if we had another we had clock replaced by another straight white savior. So here was an opportunity to create a Superman who could represent a whole new group of people. And I think that was one that we had to leave them. And will be addressing modern day issues like. The climate crisis like refugees, John in the last issue has just been arrested attending a protest trying to stop the reform of asylum seekers. Yeah, who needs a white heterosexual superhero? I mean, that's not really what western civilization needs. And we've got to fight. The next super villain is going to be what the weather?

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DC Comics Reveals Latest Superman as Bisexual in New Issue

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

DC Comics Reveals Latest Superman as Bisexual in New Issue

"And now they've done it with this Superman franchise. I posted this yesterday. Turned my Instagram on fire. The image. Of Superman in a Homer sexual kiss. Because DC Comics, I guess they don't want to sell colleagues. And now the new Superman the son of kal el is going to come out as gay or as Jeff pointed out, I guess he's by, right? Whatever. Who cares? But here's the bottom line. This is beautiful. Help me to balance his riding this one up. I zaki poo. Are you typing? How many homosexuals how many gay people are there in society? 1% one and a half percent. Let's be generous. Let's double it. 3%. 3% of America gay. And the gay people I know, they don't rub it in your face. It's just a thing they do. It's private. It's not a gender, they got a ram in your face. Say, look, this is me. It's the radical fraction of that 2%. The loud screamers. The identity politics harridans. So why are you trying to placate a fraction of 2%?

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 UK police say a man has died in incident where lawmaker was stabbed in eastern England

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

UK police say a man has died in incident where lawmaker was stabbed in eastern England

"Meeting with his constituents have site which is conservative lawmaker David amis died after being stopped at Belfast Methodist church in a residential area of the on C. a seaside town east of London please confirm that a man was arrested in a knife was recovered police announced that they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incidents and do not believe there is an ongoing threat to the wider public aerial footage showed several ambulances and an ambulance was waiting nearby to the church Karen Thomas London

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"ami" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Welcome back to another episode of deysi woman. Podcast i am your host sonia. Go klay and the voices. I am seeking may have never been heard before but their stories deserve to be told. What is they see woman. She's a dynamic fearless and strong woman. She is your mother your grandmother your daughter your sister. She is every one of us who is on an endless pursuit of self empowerment and fulfillment. I am stone. Iago klay and i am a deysi woman. Hello and welcome to another edition of abc woman. Podcast i am your host sonia quite and today. We are so honored and excited to join by. Us congressman ami bera congressman berra has represented california's seventh congressional district in the us house of representatives since two thousand thirteen making him the longest serving indian american in congress as a first generation american born and raised in california to parents who immigrated to this country. From india congressman. Barra grew up believing that america was a land of opportunity. Will if you worked hard and play by the rules you could reach your full potential. He attended california's public schools from grammar school during medical school..

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How Does the Fall of Kabul Compare to the Fall of Saigon?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

How Does the Fall of Kabul Compare to the Fall of Saigon?

"Seen numerous exigencies disasters. Emergencies affecting america's national security establishment. Let's start with a simple can palace and katie mcfarland. Follow this lady right now on twitter at real. Kt the lettuce. Kt mcfarland Is it Unwise is it too simplistic to compare the fall of kabul under biden to the fall of saigon. Give us your take on. That comparison was actually in the white house situation room. The night of the fall saigon. I was That was in april. Nineteen seventy five and america had fought and at least fought to a standstill the vietnam war and similarly to today. We were surrounded by North vietnamese viet cong communist forces and were forced to evacuate Our our forces along with any north and south east amis allies. Who had helped us for the vietnam war and it was a humiliating time for america not only had lost a war but we were forced to evacuate and it was a low point of american foreign policy and i remember being in the situation room where i was receiving case. They were called cables at the time. You'd probably call an e mails text messages today. From the van ambassador to the american ambassador to vietnam where he was saying we. We just need fewer hours. We have just another planeload or to evacuate and all the american. All the american military we later found out that what they were doing was trying to evacuate as many as possible of the vietnamese allies that it helped us So it was a low point in american foreign policy and because it showed to the world the face. Agape world was america's incompetent america Can't fight wars and win them. It's the end of time. America's days are done and it fed into the notion that at that time the soviet union was gonna replace america's the world's dominant power and so surely united states turn that around with especially with the election in nineteen eighty of ronald reagan where he rebuilt the american military. He stood up for the united states again. He reinstated american values. He fixed the american economy and within a decade. After that we had one war so we completely reversed that vietnam syndrome and it only took us. Well it took us maybe ten or fifteen years to do

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"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

The Life of A Makeup Artist

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

"And then when i heard it as like all right bet because the i get called jelly alexa and on my bed is too big joe jelly. So it's not that hard Gonna put respect on everyone's name twenty twenty one right all right so best july. Come on go. We made you love as well. Okay okay all right next question your bed. The best way to relax the best way relaxed for me recently. Being with my hubby doing nothing on the couch. I love that one place he would love to visit. Who would love to visit so hard. You know. I like to travel. Girl are even then gladly when we go back in a few years. When things are a little bit carnival. I wanna go to kenya. I wanna go to kenya. I wanna see how fast in flat land is like. I am always enamored by how beautiful it looks online. But i wanna go. I love that one a makeup trend that needs to go away forever forever. Okay by lila. You know what. I think the lashes again little creek days last crazy ogden out any streets these days and i'm looking at my while. This is a this different with way. Oh that's so funny. Favorites sense ooh might. Theory sent is big in early any particular brand. Ooh okay so there's one that is called a few may afternoon. It's a french end on the name of his call their barracks something like louis I'll put it in the description. But i forgot what it was Beautiful warm musty fake. But i like when. Musk meets with citrus. A little bit right So you know a good job with this the woods stage one by By jo malone. I love that one too I'm a dark moody girls. Are i loved your poison which is like old school movie. You've not poison in my last one. That i love love but it discontinues. I haven't attitude is the jump ball share number two. I've i've been harassed back two thousand ten and i've never found it again. All parishes always clutch for finding things But last one drink of choice. Drink choi.

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"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

The Life of A Makeup Artist

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

"Like you know using only concealed under using face oil or trying to cut my foundation with with the moisturizer oil unto that dewey bouncy look One last thing about that. A lot of people are asking with people with oily skin types. You can use it Police i have oily skin Testing babies like through. You know las vegas weather a senegal weather under the sun and it definitely doesn't you know produce more oil than like your average oil. You know skin type. You know so i would say works for all skin types and we love her all right and next. We have the light catching highlighter. Now this is my new one. I.

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"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

The Life of A Makeup Artist

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

"Life does go on in that little moment. i don't know what it was. I think it was ramadan. Woke up to eat in the birds. Chirping mike wow no matter what happens the burs church so moments always keeps me going in Prayed that those those moments continue to build in add momentum to my whole journey like i try to be read here. I'm just the real because you're my friend you've been there you've been on the opposite side of the phone in in into those listening as a check on your strong friends. You know. check on the person that you know is is is going you know even if you quote unquote thriving. We're going through all these things in like so many things to succeed in like Celebrate you know a lot of my friends leg saying. Hey i know. There's a lot to be out here right now. I hope you check on yourself. You don't even have to respond to the tax letting you know that i'm sending setting energy your way in. That's is really important. Oh my god. The i mean. I think it's dust why feel differently. You know i just and like before. I move on to my next question. I feel like i have to say this. I have to publicly. Thank you for making me the makeup artist for your your camp. I am so grateful. I'm going to not cry cry. I don't do that but like. Oh my god i. We literally had this conversation where we are in this industry. Were fighting for people to see us. We're doing the work where i mean we have. We doing exactly what other people are doing. But it's like we just don't get like you had to come ready with your products you had to be. You had all these things you you. You just have to do so much more like us. You know me you know what i mean like. You know what i love to you like..

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"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

The Life of A Makeup Artist

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

"Wow that is amazing Thirteen amin took. Yes after one fifty. I'm being gracious with a number. That's just the bestest the excel that i have of the people that i contacted. But i'm pretty sure you know the people that you know. Just call you talk to the person. You can't say no it becomes a full-time job running. It's so funny 'cause you're asking for millions of dollars. In that time. I was on unemployment. I wouldn't have any money. I don't have any source of anything. i was going to the pandemic justice. Everybody else was. You know just got laid off at the at the start of cova did not show what was going to happen so it was a very complex different worlds. I was living in Especially being experienced. You know it happens. It happens a lot of people in harlem. It happened to my family members on everything. Just hit so close to home. And i think at that at that phase of life or that stage. I was just so eager to get out in above this kind of turmoil that i had to do it an no choice. Wow i have chills. Like i mean i know your story but it's just like you you see i just think you see the highlight reel so many times you see the struggles on being you have remote the everything with your dad and like you're not you're telling me like i didn't even know you had kobe like all of this is like you are literally trying to build this empire what you have your in a whirlwind of everything else going on dark times. It was some dark times especially with my dad. You know being you know sick for four months with kobe not really knowing the certainties of it and i'm not trying to be grim or something but you're like you're talking to lawyers in in talking to doctors at the same time trying to build something so yeah like even when i got cova was assembled in i remember like you know our samples were do so. I literally had to save all my energy for the end of the day. Be on the same time frame as china. So i could get up answer the emails printed out look at all. The proofs cited incentive over the with. Kobe didn't go back to bed. But and that's why that's what makes me so nervous about instagram. Because especially right now after you kind of get your flowers quote unquote at a you. Know with all the success of the launch people. Don't really understand the brick-by-brick motions in i'm blessed to have some people like yourself who has been along with me for the journey but you know when you fast forward it becomes very dangerous because you don't get to see the struggle And i'm not saying everybody has to struggle. I think that you know. God definitely you know rights everyone story differently but it's very dangerous when the only think of the positive 'cause i've been we've been through it we've definitely been.

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"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

The Life of A Makeup Artist

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

"Funding is a big thing. That comes up a lot. It's very hard you know. Black woman do not get funded And you know it was quite a journey feed can share a little bit more of a hell. you've got conde bootstrap a lot. You share your journey on instagram. You you were really immersed in every on like. I felt like i mean if you know if i didn't know you i would still feel like oh my god like you're my sister like i need her to win Saloth you more about that than that so much but yet the Overall disconnection is amazing but fundraising was hard. And honestly i think. I gave me more excited than starting the idea itself you know because especially as women were talking stats like you know women. In general i think are are funded two percent of total. Vc funding these numbers have changed a bit in the past two years and people quite literally open their eyes in especially after blackouts matter in the. It's been a few more people answering the emails. Manson those phone calls before that two percents After that i think i may think point zero. Six percent of that was was black women not to mention a black woman solo founder yet. We're not even talking about the nitty gritty of being solo founder versus having. You know a co-founder or you know a a wall street guy coming into the back of your yes to make you real quick so for me as a solo founder. I did have to work twice as hard in get be prepared with a number of opportunities but it's so hard so systematic how hard it is. Let me tell you why. Because when you talk about the total addressable market it all of these details stats you know some stats when it comes to general market quote unquote like just google find it. Even that's about our black people consume things you can't find so imagine trying to make a case for why you should exist based on numbers and you can't even find those numbers because those institutions that make those numbers don't even see..

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"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

The Life of A Makeup Artist

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

"That's that's all you need. You just need some hair your browse a little gloss a little glow and you're good literally. Yeah so imagine by that. For for thirty years people coming in and out and just like leaving with such drippin's flagging confidence. It was just different. Yeah i love that Mean your mom's. I gone but i wanna talk about. She'd range on inclusivity. We touched on it briefly in a throughout tempted to network in you know development with cost to me. I always say if you're brenda is not inclusive box. I cannot adalina c. o. brand. I would never put it in my kid. I just. I don't see you. But i think you know what is so amazing about your product is that it's so diverse it so a construction. Obviously i played with it for quite some time now. Can we talk a little bit more about you. Know what shade range on inclusivity means. Because i think that it's i think it's kind of becoming like these words that people love to say but i'm just like whatever you auction doing. You know what i mean like. What are you actually doing to be inclusive to have a proper shade. Range doesn't mean fifty shades of grey. It needs fifty shades or even less. Maybe it's forty. Maybe it's ten babies five but it's shaved can work. You know what i mean. Still i just wanna. I would love to hear your opinion on that little. Ask somebody thoughts in that especially again being a deeper skin. Tone at like not to detract from your your your question. But i felt so deeply in love with skin in skin care because for a long time i just was not seen was not a part of the conversation so i pivoted into skincare so heavily and then came back to makeup and beauty when i realized i can do my themselves when it comes to shane inclusivity. I think that's to your point in terms of industry standard. It's definitely have become these marketing jargons terms around Especially as we say the postman to era. It took a lot of convincing prior to.

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"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

The Life of A Makeup Artist

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

"I remember way back in the day looking for people to bring to the table because we deserve to be celebrated Only for me. I'm very much a builder in a fixer of me. Okay well i'm here and i have the auto power to do. So how do i bring the the right people to the table. So i remember that day attempt to we're going over there. Were really good with complexion and they really They believed you know. They're very particular about the pigment loads in like we're which mixed to do you can mix it yourself like how to get the perfect one Transitioning from Makeup artistry to the pods. Which is more consumer base. We wanted to make sure that we have the right. Mix for those pods to sell the to the consumerist Psychotic view and On that carried troop every step of the way. So when i was at l'oreal doing social media marketing. I was always looking for people like extra kante who was a beautiful guinean. Unser gideon Just beauty like. I need to find her. We get her catholic with this campaign. Refiner out to play because he would need to understand that You know black is beautiful number. One in in beauty is not monolithic is so many different versions of it Going to trinidad going gone going south africa. You all know that there are so many different versions of round that need to celebrate When i finally got to glossy I think lorient taught me more about how to put the marketing cap on the data. Centric idea on it in how to put numbers behind the vision. Because you know when it comes to business is just that you have to be able to have the art division but also to have something to be able to scaffold it Encor energy into its. Make sure that it's able to thrive on. Glossy i think the most impactful lesson there was how important community was No matter what anyone says the glossy community is a die. Hard community Being able to put resources behind listening in being able to at a at a brand level on be able to scale those one to one relationships self so important. So i think throughout all of that journey i sat down still was like something is still missing. Little little spice low flavor have lottery bringing zata. We bring this home in eventually on because they came to life which was always a dream of mine since temp to two thousand fourteen And you know a brand name. My mother Who again was my first touch. Point beauty having salon here in harlem. On where i grew up. Basically all my life so it's been a long journey in it wasn't always a seamless zigzagging one especially last year being one of the most challenging years for a lot of people But here we are right now i loved. Ns emmy nominee go back quick. I love how you just briefly touch on your mom salon. But that's so..

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"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

The Life of A Makeup Artist

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

"First of all my queen jetta gye. I'm i'm an. I'm an older. Listen first of all how are you. I'm i'm good. It's the every single day is a new challenge. I like i'm a slight in the beginning stages like you're a slave to your schedule. Some like trying to get a grasp on everything but also enjoying life along the way. But i'm good. How does it feel. i'm equally. is its hair. It was a vision. It was thought it was a dream at its its hair. How does it feel. That's such a question is like how does it feel like to describe.

"ami" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

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H.R. 1 Is a Democrat Political Grab to End Thought-Diversity

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 1 year ago

H.R. 1 Is a Democrat Political Grab to End Thought-Diversity

"To destroy The political And philosophical diversity of the states. A direct shot in the heart of our constitutional system. Go ahead. At this point, um, state legislatures, as you referenced across the country are passing away of anti voter laws based on the same they're not. They're not passing anti voter laws. That's why would a red state the anti voter, if it's mostly Republican? Does that make any sense to anyone when you don't want their passing anti voter laws? Oh, yeah. Yes, they are. They're making it impossible to vote. You know Michael Steele so damn! What did he can't come up with a voter? I d Oh, my goodness. Also, what's his problem? And signature verification. We can't have that. That's Jim Crow. We cannot man and so literacy test to compare somebody shouldn't and you know, it's amazing. They're the ones that come up with red tape pile after pile of regulation. If you actually earn money and pay enough in taxes, you've got to look at the tax code under penalty of perjury yet to sign your your tax returns, so If you have a complicated return, you actually have to hire people because you don't know what the hell is going on. But getting a voter ID. My God, how they're gonna get. They can't afford that. How are you going to get a voter ID? This is Washington. The so called phony think tanks. The ideologues and the media. You go into various communities. Ami Horowitz has done it gets gone in the black community. Given what our idea Yeah, man, why are you asking me such a stupid question? Because these people aren't in the neighborhoods or the hood. They're not in the suburbs are nowhere. They talk to each other. It's pathetic. It's sickening. They represent nobody. But they get power. Go ahead.

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Israel To Swear In Government, Ending Netanyahu’s Long Rule

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Israel To Swear In Government, Ending Netanyahu’s Long Rule

"In Jerusalem opinions are split over the vote on the new government ending prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's twelve year rule Neftali Bennett the head of a religious ultra nationalist party is designated to take over as prime minister with the eight parties including a small Arab faction primarily United only by their opposition to the Likud leader but Houston resident Michael damn isn't behind the plan telling the AP he doesn't think the coalition will lost more than a month in contrast Sharon slack when is excited about the new development it's an example of fad Israelis living together co existence you know from all that spectrum of our nation's another symbol to Gilad Ben ami ability success is not a foregone conclusion I wish them luck I'm Charles the last month

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In the 'Shout at Cancer Choir,' No Voice Boxes Needed

Morning Edition

01:57 min | 1 year ago

In the 'Shout at Cancer Choir,' No Voice Boxes Needed

"Their voice boxes to cancer have formed, acquire a new documentary profiles them and Stephanie O'Neill reports. Subject way, starting here on it. What? What? In this scene of the new documentary. Can you hear my voice? Members of the shouted cancer choir in the UK warm up before a sold out concert at London's historic Tabernacle Theater, Andrew All right, there are no velvety voice crooners in this bunch. All have undergone Lear inject Amis or voice box removal to treat cancer. Procedure leaves them breathing through a surgically created hole in the front of the neck. And they require a voice prosthesis to speak. Did what do you want? You want you? Thank you. Requires a brainchild of Dr Thomas More's an ear, nose and throat specialist and lifelong singer Wars is executive director of Shout at Cancer, a London based support and rehab group. For Larry Inject me patients. I'll remember quite well. When I first suggested, Let's form a choir. There is former with laughter and surprise and this belief It just seemed ridiculous that you would expect with people with no voice boxes to stand up and sing in a coId. That's Sarah Boden Evans. She's one of a handful of choir members who share their personal cancer journey with Pasadena filmmaker Bill Brummel himself aware injected me patient. The Peabody Award winning an Emmy nominated documentarian lost his voice box in 2016. I couldn't imagine How I wouldn't work. After Larry injected me. I couldn't imagine walking around in public with a hole in my neck. Liz Summers is a speech and language therapist for shouted cancer. The voice is a really essential part off who we are and how we express ourselves. And there's an enormous sense of loss that can occur when somebody loses their their natural voice of the voice they had before speaking through the tiny

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"ami" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

Papo de Fotógrafo

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"ami" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

"Sound. You'll know my on fantas Oral news news. Bush on assignments almost see i've got inflation. On the billion edgy. Talk eastbound boo boo as kind of keenum is a man as a messy apple. Ami is easily easily busiest onto a coldest wants to moles and survival medium perceptive. A major item aside is adding. Yeah capone who we bumpers use almost attacked twice jeopardy. Let's limb see then. Simplest unblemished of.

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Ami Ayalon Hasn’t Given Up on the Two-State Solution

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Ami Ayalon Hasn’t Given Up on the Two-State Solution

"I mean i alone. Born in tiberius in nineteen forty five three years before israel was founded and raised on a kibbutz spent most of his military career with the israeli navy's commando unit shot at thirteen eventually becoming its commanding officer. He served in the six day. War the yom kippur war and on many other operations. I alone is one of only forty soldiers to have been awarded the medal of valor. Israel's highest decoration for battlefield gallantry one during a raid on an egyptian radar station in the gulf of suez in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine later in his career. Ireland was the admiral commanding israel's navy and from nineteen ninety-six to two thousand director of the shin bet. Israel's internal intelligence service. He had a subsequent stint in politics and in two thousand seven neely became leader of israel's labor party as i alone demonstrates in remarkable new memoir. Come manifesto he has grown over. That journey progressively less interested in waging war. Much more so in making peace. His book friendly fire how israel became its own. Worst enemy is a hard headed argument of ireland's hard won understanding that for israel. Peace with palestine is not merely a morally righteous aspiration but i national security imperative existential importance.

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A.J. Green keeps future with Bengals up in the air: 'Who knows what is going to happen?'

Mo Egger

02:06 min | 2 years ago

A.J. Green keeps future with Bengals up in the air: 'Who knows what is going to happen?'

"Green had a decent game yesterday He after the game was Noncommittal about his future is going to help him with that. Aj thank you. i love you. You're going to be thirty three years old next year. See it's not here not here. I mean this is. This is not something that's franchise should have to wrestle with. I do think you referenced atkins before. I do think one of the most interesting off season questions is do they move on from a guy who played a whopping seven snaps yesterday and they are roughly thirty million dollars to over the next two years. Do they move on tough. How do you not you have to start moving on from old bed players. You're your goal for the next. Three games should be to figure out who you on this roster that you can go with. It's not no atkins gino watkins. It's not going to be jay green next year them. We just we just let go of back in two thousand fifteen. They were good because for years. It seems like that's driven. The strategy gives them rewards player but andrew. Whitworth give your young lineman chance. Give some linebackers chanson and go from that. You have to figure out what you have. At some capacity because of all the whole we just mentioned in the last segment with the new england patriots cling to jeans seconds to about the current state of their team which is not great but would they cling to gino atkins. Because it used to be good a long time ago no or because. They felt like they owed him something with the pittsburgh. Steelers no with the baltimore ravens with lynn. The san francisco forty nine know what. Zack taylor's old teams. Move on move on from expense. Ami did it last year underperforming players. The dolphins were oh and seven and tanking moved on. Yes people what are they taking doing this publicly. Okay there now. Competing there in the playoff hunt. They went toe to toe with the chiefs. Like they're in a better position. I think there's a place in the nfl for jay green. I do on like a two year deal green bay or something. I don't know that there's a place in the nfl for gino acts

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Early Mammals Had Social Lives, Too

60-Second Science

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Early Mammals Had Social Lives, Too

"Six million years ago a group of small mammals huddled in a borough in. What's now montana. They were good diggers most likely furry and petite. They could sit comfortably in the palm of your hand. I mean if you saw them running around today you probably think it looks like a small rodent of some sort like a chipmunk or or a a mouse or or something like that lucas. Weaver is a mammal paleobiologist at the university of washington. These little creatures didn't belong to any of the three main mammal groups on the planet today. Which are the placental. Mammals like us monitoring like the platypus and marsupials like koalas and kangaroos. Instead they belong to another now. Extinct group called the multi to berkowitz their teeth. Is what really distinguishes them from. From any other group of mammals they have these really bizarre molars with these multiple bumps on on the teeth which is where they get their name. Multi typically it just means many bumps. weaver in his colleagues have studied the fossilized skulls and skeletons of these animals dug up in montana. And they've given him a name. Philippe amis prime. Mavis friendly or neighborly mouse. The details are in the journal. Nature ecology and lucien. Weaver says drought or climate. Change may have killed the animals though. It's hard to be sure. But the critters were fossilized together in ways that suggest they sought out each other's company. That's a big deal because it's commonly thought that social behavior didn't arise in mammals until after the death of the dinosaurs. Ten million years after these smokers hung out together the narrative for decades his been that mammals that were living during the dinosaurs were mostly solitary rat like creatures that were kind of scuttling the night under the foot of dinosaurs. In so the fact that we're finding these multi berkeley mammals totally unrelated ancient group mammals. That's apparently exhibiting social behavior means that this was probably not uncommon among these early mesozoic mammals. And it kind of changes. The narrative of sociology is somehow unique to placental mammals. Even today social behavior is relatively rare among mammals but these findings suggest the need for company in some mammalian species is an ancient

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Democrats are now unlikely to win a majority in the Senate: Here's where things stand

All Things Considered

03:28 min | 2 years ago

Democrats are now unlikely to win a majority in the Senate: Here's where things stand

"Republicans are enjoying a much better election than anticipated. Republicans are now poised to maintain their majority in the Senate. I just received a very gracious call from Sara Gideon conceding the raise voice of Republican Senator Susan Collins, speaking earlier today in Maine, a state that Democrats had considered a must win to have a chance at flipping the Senate. No. In the House Republicans are expected to pick up seats shrinking the Democrats majority down to single digits for more on this NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis is here. Hey there, Sue what went wrong, so to speak for Democrats? Yeah, I mean, it's been a complete reversal of fortune for Republicans down the ballot. There had been this widespread confidence that Democrats were going to take over the Senate that they could gain as many as six or seven seats. And that Democrats were poised to grow their majority in the House by as many as 10 to 20 seats. Obviously, not if that happened. I think the one thing everyone is pointing to right now is just how wrong the Poles were. I think in that main Senate race that's a great example. The Democrats Sara Gideon, she led in public polls all year long and yet still fell far behind in the race. I talked to election analyst Sean Trendy this morning, and he told me that polling simply did not account for Trump's support that a significant number of Trump voters just were never accounted for. Those are the exact people that when you hear a phone call in the person says Hi, I'm from the New York Times. Would you take it all? Just go click. I think it is that straightforward. I also talked to Democratic Congressman Ami Bera of California today, and he said that the polling was way off from where it was in the 2018 midterms. And that's when Democrats won. He basically told me he just thinks Democrats couldn't account for the effect that Trump has when he himself is on the ballot. While it looks like Republicans will hold their majority in the Senate, Not all races have been called. Can you tell us what still outstanding? Yeah, There's still five races that haven't been called 47 have been called for Democrats 48 for Republicans won were watching really closely Is Michigan. There's a Democratic incumbent there. Gary Peters. He's running narrowly behind a Republican John James. Obviously, what could be a pickup opportunity for Republicans. North Carolina remains really tight, but incumbent Republican Senator Tom Tillis is leading. You know, that was always seen as a state that was critical to the majority. So if Republicans hold it, I think that's one of the reasons why they seem to feel pretty secure. Right now. Alaska hasn't been called, but I don't really see any reason there to think it's going to be a Democratic pick up and Last one's Georgia. There's two Senate races there. One of them is going to go to a January runoff, and it's quite possible. The other one where it's held by incumbent Republican David per two, might be able to hold it off and win it out, right. Given that there are some races that are going to be uncertain, at least for the next few days does that What does that mean for the Senate majority? It does, and you know, depending on how Georgia goes, it could take quite some time. North Carolina in particular, could be tight and could be subject to court challenge. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke to that reality earlier today in Kentucky. You can anticipate in close elections, Both sides will be lawyered up and we'll end up in court. It's happened over and over and over again. Nothing unusual, and I do want to see her. I think McConnell has a point, and it's worth focusing on that. I think a lot of people are really nervous about what's gonna be happening with Balan challenges. It's really not uncommon, especially in Senate races to go through court challenges. Before they're certified. It happens almost every election year. That's NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. Thank you. You're welcome.

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