21 Burst results for "Amien"
"amien" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast
"Basically did you want all the way down. I just assume. Manuel is going to be the kind of show to not want to kill off. The human random civilian casualties. We gotta get our man paint out of it. Well see this. This does seem like it has the potential for arena. Just random civilian casualties that they just have random people getting aged random people getting mummy. Yeah and even though everyone gets on mummy or unhedged in the end there's you know i could. I could be convinced at least most of the time that there is some actual you know. Stakes colon definitely had civilian casualties. They would just all offscreen. Yeah taken care of by grandpa who made everything better through capitalism. I can't believe the grandpa wasn't like the big bed right. How good set up next. We have sleek amien who says this episode is really good and it reminded them of the first episode of heroes father. Just harry's grandfather accept less shouting which is a downgrade for them which the agree hoping. Oh yeah he was great. Like i didn't like the shouting at the start but then it definitely like i definitely warmed up on me you shouting. Yeah and also the villa. I missed the visa anyway. So on they also say they will There is a recurring character with the same role to quote man. Just replace again on the beginning with the guy who looks the same would be scary and funny to say the guy just go knows he get older and yeah i guess not. I wished that it was heroes friend. Now i didn't consider that but in that role. It's a shame that we're not going to do whatever he episode Yeah that that was. That was funny sneaky. You continue to say that. Anyway they glad to see that. The season seems to be massage ca one and there is no magic aspel prophecy stuff looking you adventure. Cy especially you know. Magic at mon was able to solve the problems with that magic just full on sci-fi and they can have the power friendship. Hope it's used in a good way. And i feel like this episode. Did do that like we had mon hero like become friends. Who almost like that was nice. Yeah and it was mass. Listen up and also the power of i'm motivated by food. I will save. I will save my buddy for the food and you know who amongst us has not. Yeah what a mood next. We have said gray. Who says they loved. It gambled durable and yes. He continues to be adorable in this episode..
"amien" Discussed on Scary Spirits Podcast
"He goes down to his knees. And jerry tells charlie to bring peter vincent to his house the next day if he ever wants to see amy again yet just the two of them. Yeah yes then the bouncers all come in and try to break the thing but jerry goes all vampire on them yeah. He scratches the neck of one bouncer. And i think he kills the other one kills them both. And there's just chaos. Everyone's run and at that point. Charlie and amy are together but then they do get separated separated as people are running out of the club and jerry grabs namie then. Charlie exits the club. Just in time to see jerry. Billy amien ed. All drive away in the jeep. Cj seven evil ed's in full vampire mode. So charlie goes to peter vincent apartment peteris packing a suitcase. Y'all but charlie tells peters at jerry. Has amy well. He says you're a great the great vampire killer and peter admits. That's just a character and peter. Vincent isn't even his real name. But charlie says i can't do it alone. He's begging him to help him. Peterson says he can't help them. Right next scene jerry's house amy's different close so someone has taken her clothes off and put new clothes on her babies all sexy now. She's a very deep cut white gown and amy sees the painting that kind of looks like her and this is why i wrote. How old is amy supposed to be. She's seventeen right. That's what i assume. And jerry comes in her yeah. Amy does her top of the. We don't see any more natural bare breasts. Did you count. Did you actually say that you saw two. There were two in the beginning. I don't know if you mentioned it. I don't do it. okay. I did and jerry pfizer. Yep and blood runs down her back. I thought that was pretty cool seeing the senior. I'm like okay. she's seventeen eight. This dude has undressed her. Put her in different close. So yeah whatever. I told you it was achey starting at the dance floor. Okay if it took you to hear to get to media here at least you got to it. I got it. It's itchy the next we see charlie wearing across going to.
"amien" Discussed on Ouve Isso
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"amien" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Leaves feeling better for every encounter no matter how small invested money invested. Time did none of that whatever you did however you engaged with us i want you to walk away feeling like that was worth it. It was worth the time it was worth the money. Whatever whatever it is. Second rule. I have is no one leaves. Now that is. That's a goal that i know we will never achieve. But it's one of those things it's like. Do good be better. That that's a it's a concept that i really truly believe in i. I spent all of yesterday sitting down and talking with Some clients that. I'm going to share with you about i've been i've been running a secret program for the last the roughly ninety days. It's actually been going on longer than that. But we finally like anchored in the program in the last ninety days and part of that part of that program. That i run i meet with every one of my clients every month and we stack them all up together. They're all done on the same day. And i do them back to back to back so last yesterday. I did that and i met with every one of my clients my my mentorship clients and one of the things that i just found really amazing is that a and one of the conversations i had with somebody as they were asking about. What should i do and how should i take the money and some questions about this stuff and i said. Here's here's a cliche that i've used in my company since we started and i know how ridiculous it sounds But it's doing. The right thing is always the right thing to do. I wholeheartedly believe that that whatever the the right decision is to make. That's the one you should make. Now the question is what's the right decision for you for the company we put we try to put whenever possible the needs of the clients above our own so we try and overdeliver which ryan give more than we take and with the goal that if we do that no one will ever want to leave. The value will be too great for them. To unsubscribe it will be too great for them to stop listening and if we do that focus on always trying to do the right thing for the people who invest in us and we work from a framework that says oh always always overdeliver Whether you want to under promise or not is up to you. But i always want to try and overdeliver on the value Then no one should want to leave and if they do well then it's not because we haven't done everything that we can do in order to make sure that they stay and so we work from that mindset around here that everybody leaves feeling better for the experience and everybody walks away feeling better the experience and nobody ever leaves us and that is a a. That's a standard will never meet. It's impossible but having that kind of lofty goal keeps everybody focused in the right mindset. Right it answers a lot of questions for us as a company as an and as individuals which is oh well. What should we do in this situation. Should we give the refund. Even though we did everything we said we were gonna do and more. Yeah we do. we don't fight it. i don't care. I'll give you your money back. I don't. I don't want that on my conscience. Your money is not important enough to me to lose my integrity over. Hey now for a long time for for for a period of time. I kinda lost my way with that. And i'll be honest with you guys on the show. That really did lose my word. I lost that confidence. But what i have seen today an and it's so incredible after these meetings. Yesterday is the first four people that i met with yesterday. I don't remember what happened. After that because get becomes a blur but the first four people i sent amien matt and no after i got done with my first four before the break and i said i said guys every single one of these people just was took time to tell me what a difference the the mentor ship was making to them. And i don't say that to to gloat. I say that because that that qisas in that we're on the right track that we're doing the right thing and a sat down and i was talking with nancy the other night and i said i'm right. I've been right about all of this stuff. And i am i. I was right to change the show. I was right to move in a new direction. I was right to leave the political world and come into the entrepreneurial space. I was right in everything and i'm not going to be ashamed of anymore. I'm not going to hide behind it. I'm going to talk about it and today is evidence of that. I'm gonna walk you through it. So see i know that a lot of you guys want more freedom and more opportunity. You want less taxes you want to. You want less oppression if you wanna use that term less regulation and the problem is is that everybody vast majority of them in in our world look externally they look externally and say well if we could just get the right people elected if we could just get our party elected then then they would be able to solve these problems. We wouldn't have these issues and we can begin to turn back all of this overreach by our government and by by oppressive.
"amien" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"They give us to vote on this. Like hey lose other problem. Is i watched on east coast time but because i live on the west coast doesn't open in my app until three years on the west coast when i get a thirty minute window. Which is why. It's wild to me that it's also thirty minute window for the east coast because then reopened later for the west coast. Yeah it doesn't make any sense whatsoever. I don't think that they're really got keeping close tabs on it. I think it's opened the night. It's it'll be like goes down on the They keep it like very secure. Okay but anyways the top three couples. I get saved actually not super surprising that it was herein will cachet corey and shannon and josh to various tablets couples. The couple that has the the fan favorite And so then. Those three couples get to decide together which of the bottom four couples. they're going to save. Were you surprised that they save cinco in china. I'm not also think it probably is the right decision. A you know from a tv perspective. They are bringing drama. If you're not interested in it that's fair but are bringing drama but also it's not surprising to see one of the more established couples with both g. Islanders get saved here. I think it was pretty predictable. That cinco and a single was not g. He is as good as an og night. They come in later like there was still the first episode and it's fine but then they do another very love island thing where the boys will get to save one of the remaining three girls and the girls will get to save one of the remaining boys and now this is where we we get. The start of. The friday episode is where they make you selections and this is where everything fell off the rails. This is where everything went wrong. These islanders i will never forgive them for this. They made the two worst choices. I think i think easily they couldn't made them more boring decision between the two of them. So for the women. Choosing between amy florida and olivia and i feel like amien flurry to both could've brought more to the show. Brought more drama. Brought more something they save olivia. Which like i get it. She's their friend. But i'm bored. A my friend yeah. I'm cory like had an opportunity here but this was before a. Jeremy is saved right like this. Was the chance that you could have had jeremy out of the picture and could've brought a florida. Let early literally the season not have the agency to do that know. Olivia is going to get us in her business. I think it's just because they're like yeah. We're friends olivia. We know her better. We we no longer. They picked her lock boring. I'm upset but here's where things go from bad doors because the women get to save one of the men and they could have saved wes they could have saved. Giovanni they could have saved jeremy and they choose to save jeremy because they think he might find love which is so bizarre. Because i feel like out of be guys that are up there. Jeremy seems to have found the most stable relationship out of three. Yeah oh florida's going home. She's not getting saved. She hasn't been here that long. She's the newest islander. Besides last i guess but like she's going home so send jeremy home with her they can walk off into the sunset and have a nice weird since separate them and save one of them. Send them off of my gd screen. I'm so bored. Jeremy is the worst. He is the living worst he brings. Nothing to say. Couples are boring curse podcasts..
"amien" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"It's kind of some of the stuff just isn't a matter of opinion it's really a bad. It's about fact and and to me it's because the pro the like i would agree with you the the we should be basing our approach to aboriginal beverage. People ever ever read price of reconciliation state-run tot the aboriginal justice deaths in custody. All of that sort of stuff. From the point of view of the facts But the problem that i see in the public debate has been that so much of it has ignored all facts that disagree with andrew bolts particular opinion and andrew bolt picks the worm little cherry picked fact or factoid or made up story or complete lie and runs with it. And what's happened is that that's chain. pesco okay by. I'm not. I'm not willing to cy. I i'm not willing to sign that everything he's written is wrong. I would agree with you. I'm not. I'm not saying i'm not saying everything is wrong. That that that basic concept of dark amien is wrong. The the the shift. The doc emu creates a bad indigenous history as as an og approach proto agricultural society is just fine wrong. And so what. If that is not the fault of bruce pescar but the regional observance pesca was relying on white people's description of what i saw not trained non trying to anthropologist. Just correct right correct. So a big mistake to view indigenous life. True a white man's.
"amien" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend
"They'll be like that's a little. Like routes a little dawn we've seen it a lot But d- transition is just transitioned in reverse and so you can kind of start talking about the ways transition effects us outside of that overly determine narrative and so ams for instance d transitions any finds himself missing his his community and his ex girlfriend doesn't accept his new gender and things like that so that all the things that are served the tropes of transition can be taken outside of transition destabilize. An sean like like interactions between us as individuals That are about grief and while missing each other in about you know no longer included or not quite right only without all of the sort of meaning that's calcified transition Yeah i would love to talk about one of my favorite scenes in the book. a scene. That really stuck with me. That i think actually speaks to a lot of what you were just talking about with d. transitioning i love the scene. Where amy and patrick our shopping at the glamour boutique And i felt like. I was on such an emotional roller coaster when i was reading that like i was really nervous for amy at. I like going into the date meeting up with patrick. And then i shared like her hesitancy and her anxiety and kind of the first moments in the store. And then i was so excited for them and i was so happy when they were trying on clothes and then like you know when the mom and daughter came at the end i could just feel my heart sinking And i would love to hear you talk a little bit about that scene and why that specific story felt important to include. Douse like the harder things from your right like i like. I like to think about seeing adopting like funding in and not overly be for me. It was a way to talk about. Shame like ultimately. It was a scene about shane. Yeah and about dissociation. Also so i. I was sort of like i wanted to talk about the ways. Amien patrick. we're taking pleasure in dressing up and then suddenly seen from another vantage. What they were doing was perverted..
"amien" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"For fifteen plus years and even michael. And what i love about. Michael is his pursuit of feedback and his ability to also give feedback which can be uncomfortable especially when you're giving it to someone who's the leader in someone who's the boss but all of us have tried as best. We can to create an environment for that feedback in those uncomfortable situations. Because that's how we end up working better together and getting the most out of our roles in the company so you know. Johnny strengths are on the creative side and he has a music background. I'm on the science side. So we'll often trade off on the prep or the way we approach interviews like. Hey i want to explore this psychologists or this entrepreneurs creative side with some questions around how they come up and brainstorm or or how they utilize creativity in their role. And that sort of janis wheelhouse. In then i'll go into the science and pull up the studies and say okay. What do you think about this. Or let's unpack that But in conflict the the most important thing is is letting the other person no like. I'm saying this. I'm sharing this with you because i really care about you. I'm not saying this. Because i want to tear you down and because i think that i'm better than you. I'm saying this. Because i know who you are as a person and i know what you value and there's a blind spot here or there's an opportunity for growth i want to share with you and i'll be honest. You know we also have a number of business partners and staff who aren't here because they were unwilling or unable to work in that environment. It's not for everyone but it's created an environment for us of real growth and if we're growing i know that our clients will grow. I it exactly as you said if we're not showing up and we're not doing the work then we can't ask anyone who's working with us to do it blindly or do it on their own. So that's how we approach that working relationship and you know for michael. I give him an eleven in that. He's he's incredibly awesome impatient with everything that we throw at him and he's always a good sport about it even with the time zones and everything else going on so you know earlier what you were sharing a was reminding me of a metaphor of drinking wine right Amien i really into wine. And and oftentimes we get so in a hurry to drink this wine that we just opened the bottle and drink it. We have to remind ourselves if we just sit there. Give it thirty minutes or an hour. It's actually going to open up. It's gonna mellow it's going to be a totally different wine and oftentimes patiently waiting with glass of wine. Because it's ten pm in vienna and it's morning here in l. a. So in that way..
"amien" Discussed on Adventures in Movies!
"Impossible was really cool. But it's those things where i'm kind of like i don't know if i want to spend money this time on it so i just have to wait a month and a half to stream then i'll just wait for it to stream. What do you think think you know what. There's always be those movies that you wanna see in theaters. You want the experience like like we watch a lot of horror movies. But like i think there's something about seeing them in the theater. We can't do it right now at all but like i really look forward to. I am back. Like i still want to go back as much as i actually will like. Amien i'm excited to go back to the theater. Especially in the summertime can already feel the air conditioner and smell the popcorn in the air. It's just like it's an experience. I don't think you're gonna like not go back. I do miss the experienced of popcorn. Mean part of it..
The Good, The Bad And The WTF With Alan Yang
"I think this is a good time for us to pivot to our regular segment. Our favorite segment the good the bad in the wgn. Jeff I feel good about that. Let's do that okay. So why don't you lay down the rules of engagement for Ellen? Okay all right. So the rules of engagement for this game We live in a world of rolls right now mostly related to social distance and hygiene but in this particular game. What we what we do with this segment is it's kind of a round table segment where we will ask our guest or guests s is we will join in as well to talk about a single topic three ways so you know one dish served three ways and the three ways are the good of that thing what makes us feel warm and fuzzy inside positive Joyful the ecstatic and then the the bad the negative side the darker side of that thing and then finally the W. t. s. one of the things that still to this day. Make us go right. They don't necessarily need to be either good or bad. It could be either but they still leaves a little puzzled so we thought that it would be appropriate given the amazing work you've been doing in this. I mean won't call the genre but Solitary to do the good the bad dose of telling immigrant stories. And you know we figured that this is something which we want you to share with us on your own so we'll just do that three ways with you beginning with the good if you can you know. There's so many good things about it but if there's if there's something particular that you feel is really just heartwarming about the idea that we're now in a space where we can tell these kinds of stories or even shelvin anecdote of telling immigrant stories that you WANNA share. That was particularly heartwarming. That'd be fantastic. Yeah well the good part is the easy part right. It's like the bad shitting. Immigrants Stores goofing around something but no the good part. The good part is easy. And it's it's it's multi part right one. Which is like were able to do it right now. That's that's the number one. Good thing it's like we were at a zero. These stories weren't being told at all. You know we. We were essentially zero and even in the last five years that's started to change in in you know starting from some of the stuff we did on master like that that you know covered some some some of that ground and then starting to work on. Tiger tail which is about that and then you know obviously little America is a whole show. That's about immigrant stories but Being able to be just being able to have the freedom to tell these very specific stories that that you know just were not in the cultural landscape at all when you talk about this country. It's like it just didn't exist so so that's great. Secondly you know getting to know yourself a little better getting to know your family a little better getting to Appreciate part of yourself that that you may have not been very in touch with because you wanted to fit in because you wanted to assimilate so so becoming more comfortable with who you are when you look in the mirror. That's all been part of this for me. It's been it's been really served edifying an interesting fulfilling And then a third part is and sadly this is probably more relevant than ever is is just kind of. I don't WANNA say educating people but because that sounds like homework but it's like a it's it's showing that these all of these people are three dimensional human beings as basic as that sounds I at the sounds incredibly basic and simple but if you look at the past if you look at the history of Asian American representation on screen is not human three-dimensional it is being depicted as perpetual. Foreigners is being depicted as nerd being depicted as a Guys or a you know atomic towns or sort of robotic and emotionless and you know in a movie like Tiger tail. I wanted to show that we are full of emotions and we are full of internal life and are we are living breathing emotional creatures who change over time and you have regrets and who love movies love and find it hard to talk to our kids in hardtop for parents then overcome that you know all these things of intrinsic in telling a story like that and frankly. I haven't seen it very often depicted if at all and so all these things are kind of why I'm passionate about telling me stories in There's many many more reasons. But that's that's just off the top of my head. I think it's just scratching the surface and I think there are many more stories to be told in many different genres including potentially horror action thriller. You know I gotta say given that. Actually living in a Har- inaction thriller right now There is something really meaningful about humanizing Chinese immigrants and other Asian immigrants in this era. Right you know showing showing Chinese people townies people literally without their masks is so important and bring them to. Life is something which I think has repercussions for actual life. So I'm super glad that even though it wasn't planned that that this is coming out at a time in which it's needed in that fashion. Yeah I mean. Look the totally unexpected circumstance. And it's just it's it's awful. What's going on? But you know the movie is coming out and the movie will be available for people to watch and if it if it's some small comfort and if it's you know depiction that as we said is three dimensional than of Asian people and people with Asian bases like you know I. It can't be a bad thing in my mind right so now we move on to the second round like you said. It's little more difficult. Although I'll tell you you know it doesn't have to be something bad about immigrants stories but it could be something bad about telling them right. And how the challenge of actually doing them right? So what in your impression Allen is the bad Santa tell this isn't this isn't a bad per se but it is a difficult challenge right so so when we were doing little America for instance it was a production challenge. Because you're doing eight stories that take place in eight different countries in eight different parts of the of America. So we're should and we're shooting the majority of them in New Jersey. So you're faking New Jersey for Uganda. Your New Jersey for Singapore. You're you're making new. Jersey are everywhere. So yeah talked to our production designers. Amien Diana about about the challenges of doing stories but that show went some crazy as to not only hurry doing that but then we ended up shooting Montreal for Syria and then I flew to Florida and we shot this episode. That took place on a cruise ship and we fake a Floridian cruise ship going to the Bahamas for Alaska. So at that point. I think we were just making life more difficult for ourselves on purpose because that doesn't have any big immigrant that just makes it much more difficult In the same thing happened in some ways and tiger tail. Because you're shooting in New York and you're shooting in Taiwan and interestingly enough again. This is kind of funny but just the way the days split up. We ended up having to shoot some of Taiwan Four New York in the movie. That take place in your shot in. Taiwan and I like I kind of want people to guess which ones they are. 'cause there's some scenes that they're in your. We shot in Taiwan which is so crazy and we had them put out a casting. Call for extras like we need non-taiwanese extras and all and so we got like white and black people in I wanted to be in the background.
Biotech Pipeline Updates
"We're in the middle of the cove in nineteen pandemic is continuing the escalate in California here. We're doing okay. The shelter in place seems to be Instituted in personally in San Diego we've seen the beaches and parks officially closed so that continues to escalate. But you know I'm doing okay out here things. Aren't that bad. As of now the situation does seem to be getting worse. And we're GONNA talk about that a little bit and I also want to talk about a few pipeline updates that we heard from some pretty cool company. So let's start with that and the first company wants to talk about is cassava sciences ticker symbol. Save A for those. Who Don't know but I did do a video on them. Maybe three or four years ago maybe two months and were waiting for their face to be dated. Come Out and this is a twenty eight day trial with their drug. Pti One to five. That is supposed to change the course of the disease in Alzheimer's patients so will we heard a pipeline update and their CEO said that their clinical program show no signs of slowing down. This is good. I think a lot of people weren't concerned in general all biotech virus. It really does get out of hand and trying about SARS cove to it could really interfere with regular clinical trials. Say Half the patients get the virus and have to undergo treatment for flu. That's not ideal when you're trying to just look at eight control and test groups so anyway related to cassava. Apparently their clinical programs are not slowing down and their fees to be trial completed patient enrollment as well as dosing and this is as a march twenty twenty and they mentioned that there were no safety issues found a good thing and then they also said that the company expects to announce top line results approximately mid year twenty twenty and then they also announced that they're going to initiate a one year open label study of the drug. So if this happens to not work out you know. There is a chance that the drug could affect patients in one year's time in case the Twentieth Day treatment isn't quite enough so the details of the trial. Definitely check out my older video on that. I I took a position in the fives that believe in. I think the companies now trading in the threes so I might add a little bit to the position because I did only start scaling in and really looking forward to seeing this readout here in mid twenty twenty because if it is positive the stock it increased substantially so. That's what I'm betting on here. So let's move on. Dvd TECHNOLOGY TICKER SYMBOL DVD. There a allergy company that is kind of competitor to immune even though some people would not consider them necessarily competitors because one obviously is much less effective than the other so the issue with DVD. Tea Is that their skin patch vice skin product. It is less effective than amiens. Oral immunotherapy of the benefit of that is that there are significantly fewer side effects but the issue is the FDA really wants to see that there is efficacy benefit to patients taking this drug or this therapy in order to improve the product. So we saw that Amien got FDA APPROVAL. Finally and that was nice to see and the concerns. There were that the product does have some side effects associated with it. D- On the other hand does not have many side effects but they do happen to have a lack of advocacy so what happened is the FDA identified questions regarding the efficacy of its biologics license application for vice skin peanut in patients with peanut allergy as a result the allergenic. Products Advisory Committee a PAC meeting to discuss. The bialy will no longer take place as previously scheduled so this led to a big drop in the stock and DVD's struggled off and on dealing with the FDA that's manufacturing issues last year. Maybe year more than that. I don't quite remember but I am concerned. This and I don't think it's worth buying the dip. Necessarily if they're able to show efficacy. It's going to be a real problem now. They do have some data coming out soon. That could show. That product does have more efficacy than their other. Trials showed. So if you're looking for a high risk play could do that. I am interested in space. This oral or skin related allergy desensitization. Keeping my both companies and they have taken a big hit in this recent downturn. We've had someone beekeeping my out on them all right. The next company I want to touch on is Viking Therapeutics. And it's been a long time since I talked about them. They are a company that has been Kinda slow too bad but they might have the best in class drug for Nash. It's a thyroid. Receptor Beta agonists. That does really well in lowering liver fat. So the news that we got is that their board is authorized a stock repurchase program whereby the company can repurchase up to fifty million dollars in stock over two years and this came as the market was really coming down. And I'm Kinda surprised because oftentimes these small biotech companies really struggled to raise cash because stock prices so depressed as it's being sold off for some reason. Viking has decided that it's more important for them to kind of artificially increase the stock price by doing a share buyback so as of December twentieth nineteen. They had two hundred fifty seven point six million dollars in cash. They are presenting data from their twenty eighteen trials at conferences which seems like kind of a waste of resources to me and we've really seen the data digested. I don't know what they think they're gonNA get by presenting that data. It's one thing to kind of present the updated data. But we don't really have much of that so for me. This is kind of a strange move and I would much rather than us that fifty million dollars towards anything else that would either increase the likelihood of their pipeline candidates being developed. Or you know hiring people that are good at developing Nash candidates but instead they're just buying back stock so this is not a very encouraging. Move to me. We're we're still in the midst of this case to be trial and we're waiting for that data but one thing. I wanted to notice that I looked at the clinical trials dot gov symbol for for their trial and it looks like the primary outcome is actually twelve week. Mri Data and analyzing liber fat content. The trial started in November twenty nineteen. So this actually a chance that we could see this data in the next six months or so at least before the under twenty twenty. So I'm Kinda keep in mind that and for that reason. I'm not selling any of the Stock. I have even taken quite a hit in the position. The secondary endpoint for this trial is fifty two week resolution of CFO hepatitis. The histology that's the actual biopsy of liver where they're actually going to be able to score it and evaluate. You know whether or not Nash has been resolved to some capacity given the metrics that the FDA wants them to look at but the endpoint. We're going to see. Is this twelve week. Mri data deliver fat content. And we can be pretty confident. That liver fat is going to go down. The patients in this trial are biopsy confirmed. Nash patients so the Bar is raised a little bit higher than their face to a trial. That was just done using. Nfl D. patients which is a milder form. Before you get to Nash Fatty Liver Disease Problems. So that's where Viking the last company. I WanNa talk to you before we get to. Our highlighted story is excellent therapeutics and we heard that they are accelerating the trial completion for a excess zero five typo there in Alzheimer's Disease Agitation to Q. Two rather than Q. Three Twenty Twenty. I hadn't really talked about the disease agitation trial because I think it's their lesser important one. I'm much more excited about the treatment resistant. Depression read out. That should be happening in the next week or so. And there's also going to be read out for x zero seven in migraine. Those are going to be really big moves for the stock and now we can just add another one in Q. Two we're going to see this Alzheimer's Disease Agitation. Xm Is the ticket for axiom. It's been all over the place throughout this whole downturn in the market and I have taken another position or a kind of double down with what I had because I kind of bought it at the top but I do think that they have a good chance of seeing a positive outlook in t already resistant depression and if it is positive. I think it'll be a big mover for the stock because physicians really struggled to treat already so this would be huge for them. So that's kind of where we're at with axiom and I'm looking forward to the date in the next little
"amien" Discussed on SmoshCast
"Eventually. They got it on there like oh. It fits. I will lose my hand okay so it was like a skit. It was like was there. Was that music video. Yes you guys and i. I don't think i think i was just background in that one or something like that because i watched it from afar all happened and i watched poor bush sweet damian amien go through all of that stuff namely the part that sticks out the most is filming this hellish sketch for hours and hours and hours and then like in the la- like the midnight hour or someone coming up. You're like what is this button do and then you press his part of the world i think in the whole thing lights up and they had shot everything without the lights on and that was the whole reason was designed and so so heavy and uncomfortable is because there was like a light grid side that they forgot to press the button. I also remember the issue. Learning the song was like it is jammed and so it's the play on scantron right so it's like i'm living scantron machine so the chorus was like listing a three d. a. b. c. d. c._b._c. <unk> d._a._c. and it changed every single time. There was no pattern no rhyme or reason so i remember saying like hey this is prerecorded. Can i move my mouth like a robot. They're like no sale like a._b._c. and and all that stuff and i'm like this is the one what the script is and they're like yeah and i'm like lines are one thing if you do it wrong. It was insane. It's literally be cd cd a._b._c._d. See the crash course all the stuff that we had to do you. Do you remember there was a rufus music video where we had like a it was like i'm sorry an angus music video so anxious was the australian supermodel that i played and it was a whole thing is like do the angus i go into recording forty su i like help cast the backup dancers i dated one of my backup dancers hand and then we got to set and like okay okay time to film do the angus what's the angus and and i'm like.
"amien" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The collection now at Kohl's JC Penney and Amazon the flex collection from van Heusen. You're welcome. The reason I say this. There's an article over the Washington Post about his relationship with his wife Amy now, I don't like these articles generally because what do I care? I mean as long as he's not doing something evil to her. Why would I possibly care? But now that the article is out there. I do have to read you this one particularly odd section quote Amien beta across the border to Juarez and ended up at a bar called Martinez where they drink martinis and laughed about how they both had big noses a Mexican crew filming a commercial in the bar tried to get the couple to kiss on camera and beta got them out of it by saying Amy was his sister. He proposed on April Fools day, four months after they first met, it seemed appropriate. That's how then and even now impulsive, and he told her on one of their first dates that he plans name his first son Ulysses, which they did about a year after marrying followed by Molly. And a Henry he dug their dog Roosevelt before realizing that the dog was a girl who now goes by Rosie. I don't know. He's trying to define the gender of the dog seems really intolerant to me. And then there were the price. Here's the weird part. Then there were the pranks he remote-controlled cockroach in the kitchen. He psycho style scares in the shower what? Now. I'm married for nearly eleven years. That's a new one one time. Gary for this one one time, according to a friend beta collected, and especially verdant third from one of their kids diapers and put it in a bowl telling Amy it was avocado. Neither would confirm. This though beta did allow it sounded like it would be something. He would do. Metaphor for the twenty twenty campaign. Maybe Vert interred being called avocado for the millennials. Maybe. And meanwhile, some bad news for him as is progressive CNN's, Andrew Kaczynski and Paula blank have uncovered audio from two thousand twelve in which beta Erotokritou, how he wants significant spending cuts to balance the federal budget along with possibly changing social security, so dress the US's extravagant government and out of control debts work at the time endorsed cuts to defense and domestic spending in the middle and long-term along with seriously considering changes to social security and tax laws that would do away with some tax breaks those past positions are at odds with the current and more progressive liberal base of the party that has largely embraced increased government programs like free college and Medicare for all the deficit and national are no longer major parts of works political message naturally because the Democrats have completely forgotten about this to be fair. So have the Republicans when's the last time you heard a Republican talk about the national debt and the spending problem that we have at the federal level. The debt and deficit were a big lightning rod in these twenty twelve race aerobic unseated, eight term incumbent Representative so vestry Ray in the democratic primary. Republicans who controlled the house had demanded a deficit reduction plan from Barack Obama at time. Aerobics campaign spokesman said our work opposed efforts in congress to increase the retirement age. He said it was possible. Congress would look at that's around raising the age in the future. He does not say he supports it or recommends it. So in other words, Vado work rans the center at that point. And now he is running directly to the left. The question is what and that's not atypical right in political primaries, you tend to run to the extreme base of your party. And then you run back toward the center. Once you're in a general election cycle. The question is that may have held truer in a time. When people didn't have access to the internet when all the audio couldn't be dug up when you could say something to an audience without it being taped. But I'm not sure that Beethoven pull that same trick anymore. And that's why he's running to the far left. Now he came out yesterday and said that he is good with third. Trimester abortion, a position that only thirteen percent of Americans hold you for. For or against third trimester. The question is about abortion and reproductive rights. And in my answer to you is that should be a decision that the woman makes. Okay. So yeah, everybody. Cheers. Because they killing babies at twenty five weeks is obviously something you should cheer for. I mean, very important stuff. Still. I'm not sure that Beethoven by the love of the intersectional basic see from that CNN poll. The Tomlin Harris is really picking up that based on the view, the ladies of the view were pointing out that he is a white, bro. And that may hurt him in the primaries because this is the party of non-racism beta is bad because he's white is the party that hates racism watch really as white male privilege. She'd be like I was born to do this. If Hillary or cobbler anyone who had been on the cover of Vanity Fair saying I was born to do this. The media would be going insane right now. I won't say the guy that said he was born in his mind. He's like I'm supposed to be present one day. And he was read any of this white, bro. Like it lasted about a week. And like, I know these guys. Yeah. A guy that I dated. He literally same thing that I was born to be president one day. I will be and it's not gonna work out. Well, actually, I will say that the vast panoply of people on the view were making that point. It wasn't just the Democrats also the Republicans. But I think it's the Republicans in expectation that the Democrats will say the same thing so Bego is going to run into some obstacles with that said he does have the grassroots kind of Bernie enthusiasm this time. The question is obviously Bernie sees the threat from beta, and he's attacking bagel because he sees the threat from beta are they going to split that vote. Maybe if they split that vote. That's how Kamala Harris sneaks through. It's really fascinating the horse race aspect of all of this. The sad part is that there's nobody who actually cares about the moderately and the only person supposedly in the moderate lane is Joe Biden who isn't all that moderate. So we'll see how he runs when he. Jumps in my guess, he tends to the left to try and pick up and enforce out. Some of the other Democrats in the race. Right. Coming up. We'll be joined by Dave Rubin. He's the host of the Rubin report. And he has some things to say about technology companies cracking down on people who are to the right of center or simply politically incorrect. Dave will be joining us next. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Dot com. Seventy seven. ABC? Forty seven and partly sunny. I'm Bob Brown stories that we talked about on seventy seven WABC, Connecticut. Democrats introducing legislation aimed at preventing schools from army. Teachers Senator Richard Blumenthal says there are better ways to keep children and staff safe from wave.
Beto O'Rourke is running for President in 2020
"Kick things off with better Rourke early this morning. He tweeted out a video where he announced that he was running for president. Let's take a listen to some of that Amien are are happy to share with you that I'm running to serve you as the next president of the United States of America. This is a defining moment of truth for this country, and for every single one of us the challenges that we face right now, the interconnected crises in our economy, our democracy and our climate have never been greater and they will either consume us. They will Ford us the greatest opportunity to unleash the genius of the United States of America. Okay. So we're asking you to listen to a video, which always complicated. But you guys all watched. It you listen to it. The watching is important on this as well. The president of the United States had his own reaction to it talking about a rooks hand use. It was quite a bit of hand use. What were you guys reaction just going around? Danielle would you think watching this? And watching his announcement in Iowa today. I mean, I was struck by. He's very clearly going for, you know, positively, and you know, being upbeat and be and doing what a lot of strategists have set a democrat needs to do next time, which is say like not just making about Trump. Not just I'm not Trump. But more like, here's the kind of person. I am let me introduce you to me. Here's what I want to do. Yeah. I mean that kind of optimism is definitely something that in some way stands apart from some of the rest of the democratic field in this era of Trump, not everyone, but not Booker is in the same sort of vein. Right. Yeah. You could see that. But of course, Booker and have the same amount of. Of money or enthusiasm behind him for the Senate bid, which we'll talk more about. But Ron would you take away when you watch this video heard and saw a lot of urgency and energy and youth. He was communicating as he did as a Senate candidate that he was different sort of politician, not somebody who is emphasizing ideology or party, but somebody who is trying to be a UniteR but uniting people around the urgency and energy of youth. You know, he is the phenomenon candidate of this cycle. He has tremendous online presence. He has a kind of viral lifestyle where you see him on escape board in a parking lot at midnight. He's kind of he was the Senate candidate. Who was the Senate version of a OC? He's a viral native return. S? I'm sorry. Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. He also just has is on the cover of Vanity Fair where he's posing as Ron as Ronald Reagan did with kind of western jeans, hands and back pockets, and my favorite line of the Vanity Fair. Profile was the writer said the more he talks the more. He likes the sound of what he's saying. So there is this immediate backlash. He's the phobia or the, bro. Bama. And the question is he is has very optimistic positive kind of Carrizo charisma. The question is, where's where's the substance? And what effect he's going to have on this field? So who is this phenomenon candidate, Danielle let's get into a little bit of his bio where he came from the kind of work that he did as a member of the house, sir. Well, he's a Texan through and through. He was born in El Paso. He grew up there. He eventually went to Columbia University. But he came back. He was on the El Paso city council from two thousand five two thousand to two thousand eleven then he was a congressman from that district from twenty thirteen until twenty nineteen. And of course, he didn't run for reelection because he was running against Ted Cruz to run for that Senate seat. And that's when really I most Americans heard who Beto Iraq is
"amien" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Like to help donate while he was in a punk rock band and drowsy of bomb a lot now, it's better for president Amien. I are happy to share with you that I'm running to serve you as the next president of the United States of America. Forty six year old former congressman from El Paso announced today, he is a candidate for the twenty twenty democrat nomination coating ended on November six democrat Beto Aurore trailed incumbent Senator Ted Cruz by about two hundred thousand votes, but he hinted that his political career might not be over so night's loss. Does nothing. Diminish the way that I feel about Texas or this country a little over four months later, his wife at his side O'Rourke says Amy, and I are happy to share with you that I'm running to serve you as the next president of the United States of America despite coming up short in votes in November or Rourke easily raised more money than his Republican rival Jim Ryan ABC news annual kickoff is campaign at a rally in L Paso, a March thirtieth maybe a long shot, but the Miramar mayor Wayne Messa announced that he may be running for president. It's twenty and he has formed a presidential exploratory committee. He's a forty four year old African American of Jamaican descent whose led the town of Miramar since two thousand fifteen air maybe flight delays here in south Florida due to a couple reasons the bomb cyclone as crossing the country and the president's grounding of the Boeing seven thirty seven max planes that affects United American in south west the announcement grounded about twenty American airline flights yesterday. At if M I A and led to long lines. Passengers tried to re books lights on my phone saying that the played cancel the next flight. I must be enough to get on the next two hours. But I was literally standing there ticketing agent when it happens. So the FAA says it sees similarities between the first Boeing seven thirty-seven max crash and the second as well as satellite data received from the Ethiopian Airlines plane before it crashed that data showed erotic vertical. Takeoff. Speeds. It showed the pilots struggled to navigate the plates similar to the lion. Aircrash in Indonesia. So President Trump announcing the decision to ground the Boeing planes at the White House yesterday after Canada did it Commissioner and attorney Keith James proclaims. The new mayor of West Palm Beach beating fellow Commissioner Paul Ryan, but James did not garner. The fifty point five percent of the vote. He got fifty point three. So there may be an automatic recount which will be decided tomorrow, and then James will be joining a Bill in the studio tomorrow morning at nine despite the specter of a machine recount an apology from one of the defendants caught in the college admissions cheating scam from south Florida. Of course, there's always a south Florida connection. The director of college entrance exam preparation at IMG academy and Brenton Mark rebel has been charged. As part is operation. Varsity blues is US attorney Andrew Lang singer.
"amien" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The Rams should win. I think he does so many things spectacularly well that demonstrate to me maturity a confidence a wisdom football knowledge that are so far beyond his years. And you're one hundred percent, right. All the hoopla all the stories all of this media center hullaballoo when that ball is snapped. It's football. Appreciate Amien her time. Rich Gannon was on earlier longtime quarterback former raider and stew for you. A real on a real treat. It was so happy we're able to meet them in person. It's really cool. We're on a mission. Now like the blues brothers. Do you get that reference? No, oh my gosh. We're on a mission from God to get a photo with Stu and rich Gannon. And later a photo was Stu and any television. Just prove he knows what a TV, but we'll start with the rich Gannon photo. I include speaking of ridge when we visited with him he and he laughed at this. But some and I'm not trying to some of you have called in. And hey, Tom Brady, get it. But he's not a system quarterback. A fact that rich Gannon spoke to get it. If you reside in one of those AFC cities, like New York, Miami or buffalo that you. Hey, Tom Brady. And the patriot. I get that. You know what I mean? I just saw this statistic came across yesterday said I guess bell. Check was hired nineteen years ago yesterday. So the patriots hired him as their head coach since that time the rest of the NFL has employed. One hundred eighty four head coaches. So look at the division the jets the dolphins and the bills have fired more head coaches and quarterbacks than than I can count the time that those two together. So the great thing about Brady..
"amien" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"But no, yeah, this'll help. And if you use a police Senator wedding website. Also, maybe invite a cheer went on us. I don't even have to give us plus ones. We'll be tellers plus one so fake you. And then like put a little asterisk say. But if you're union Haley, can you can show up crash it. Yeah. All right healing. We've got some great questions to get into side do a special shadow to Justin Feinberg this week because he posted in the Facebook group. Hey Haley, are you going to make a thread? And I said this is it buddy. I forgot I'm all rusty. So thank you, Justin. We're doing my job for me week after week and thank you to George forgiven doing our job for us week after week honing. All those verse hisses, those group date roses is hard time member in in us that really cute picture that I f ING love of dummy like heating over this. Yeah. You said like new like looking out for Haley's bachelor. Totally Meema Mable. I love that. She's like drowning the giant. Bent, so cute. And she was like spying on like, I think he was with the other Hanna kissing her. And she wasn't like thrown out or anything. No. She's just like this is just this is 'cause she's how is she the most sane person here. After what was revealed? In you know with. So this is Email and people Email us they have a long question. You can Email us at bachelor happened edgy, mail dot com. Right Amien Haley, I was going to send an question, but you guys already covered what I was going to say I wish you would let me gone I instead of just make a toast. How do I start this? Here's to Hannah Baise dam birthday. Seriously. What do you think makes a bigger deal about the Hannah Rodney Lavoix or my five year old daughter in? It's not my daughter. I think it might be Rodney. Maybe. Although. Yeah, hammer, I'll probably be pretty upset that I don't think we've mentioned that. It was her birthday when we were discussing her. All right. She mentioned it enough for the both of. Slightest. I there was one Email that I forgot to include in the Email. I sent you of the emails 'cause Kelly emails me on a Wednesday mornings or like just after our podcast dropped. She said hi, Amy Haley miss questions for this past episode. But I'm sure they could still be relevant for the next podcast. One isn't a bad mood to move to admit the lead. You quit your job to be there to me screams desperation would be a bit of a turnoff along. This Colton have to keep Sydney around to not feel bad about her quitting her job to be on the show number two in my opinion. This was the worst dress first night I've ever seen. Am..
"amien" Discussed on World Cafe
"You're listening to world cafe I'm totally Langer. My guest today is Amy Ray who right now is in the UK at Peter Gabriel's studio in bath making a record with her musical partner of a longtime Emily Saliers together, they are indigo girls. But what you're going to hear today is Amy's visit to the cafe from the very end of twenty eighteen she stopped by with her band to perform songs from her latest solo album. Our dog me. All but Schofield's coup. Anyway. The band pulled up Amy was riding shotgun and started coordinating unloading all the gear right away. Then I popped down to the green room to give Amy and her band a little rundown of how things would go and found Amy Ray sitting on the couch in a pile of receipts which she had been collecting from her bandmates so she could reimburse them for their expenses on the road. So not only is Amy the leader of this band. She is also the tour manager that is not common. But it's also not that surprising. It's an approach that kind of goes hand in hand with the take your business say what you mean persona on display in her songs, and it's true to the DIY origins of indigo girls. We'll talk about all of that coming up, but Amien her band. Start us off with a song called sparrows boogie. It was inspired by the poet Byron Herbert Reece who lived in the Georgia mountains, he was farmer by trade and teacher who died by suicide in nineteen fifty eight here is Amy right and her band. Again, scratch. Scrabble. Poets? He was a farm working all to ride all night. Babbel's. The FOX in. He was coach. To the word. Oh. When he went down to Jericho. Spero? In a bid of. Kids. That's..
"amien" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I think this was in Harris County, Texas, but I might be wrong because I was just half ass paying attention to the news. But apparently there was some sort of road rage incident. In which a little girl was killed by some goober, some a whole that in a road rage incident or. I'm totally fuzzy on the facts, but some little girl was killed. Well, there's this outpouring of grief for this little girl. You can call me cold. You can call me dispassionate. You can call me uncaring. But I find it sad that a little girl was killed by some a hope that decided that differ mother cut him off for whatever decided that the smart thing to do was to shoot a gun. I feel sorry for that family. I truly feel sorry for them. But I'm not grieving. I'm not planning to if if it had happened in Denver, I wouldn't go to the site aware that shooting occurred 'em put out a candle or Lee flowers or do anything else. I would recognize that there was a tragedy. There was an awful thing that happened. And that that family is suffering. I recognize that I understand that. But I'm not grieving. I think we're deaths. I think some people. Not me. Probably not you are desperate some hell to want to feel connected to these awful things happen. I don't understand that. I don't get it. I don't. I know that the media plays these things up because when they have a political agenda, but two they also play it up because the media whether you want to accept it or not is in the business of getting is higher ratings as possible. So they can charge advertisers, whatever they can charge advertisers for for those ratings. This radio program is in that business. I want my ratings to be as good as they can I want as many sponsors is I can possibly get for this for this program. But I don't get the media playing it up. For the political agenda. And then the people who buy into this collective grieving wanting to be a part of something. It doesn't affect their life. One iota not in the least. So a little girl gets shot. Karen, damn to you. If it was in Harris County, Texas, it was in Houston or Dallas wherever it happened to be a Garin damn to you that if we logged onto the Facebook pages or the websites of the news organizations in that locality, we'd see pictures standard now in American society. Of the collective grieving. Flowers candles, photos, people that have no connection whatsoever to that family. Who again, I emphasize that family is suffering. That family is grieving and we should all feel sorry for that family. But I don't know that necessarily that. We should all be grieving. Listen again a couple years ago. Amien Laura started working in ten step program to deal with collective grief. Right. A ten step program to deal with collective grief. They're going to apply these to mass shootings in the climate change. Not that I think there's any correlation that there's any comparison at all between climate change mass shootings. Here we go things like mass shootings and climate change. All right, ten steps to psychosocial resilience. They shared their steps at the left session one except the problem. And it's the Verity. Okay. You should do that in your personal life. Whatever problems you're facing in your personal life. You should one accept. Yeah. There's a problem. Analyze how severe is that problem is it life threatening. Is it threatening to your economic? Subsistence, or is it just one of these? It's it's a pain in the rear, but you're gonna live. You're still going to collect a paycheck or you're not going to go broke or become homeless. Put it in perspective to acknowledge that. I am part of the problem as well as the solution. Give me a break. Collective breath. You know, what I'm not part of the problem. If climate change. And again it exists climate changes. I'm not taking any responsibility for it. Yep. I drove a sport car to work tonight. I'll drive a car around. I've got appointments tomorrow. And on Friday. I got a lot of stuff to do them Friday. I'll be belching out emissions left. And right. Not taking responsibility for change. And if there's a mass shooting like in the next fifteen seconds or the next fifteen hours mixed fifteen days, I'm not taking responsibility for that. Either. Step three practicing with uncertainty step four practice sitting with uncertainty..
"amien" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Callous story, many shades. Every morning. Little. I'm always frustrated about how you can take the most mundane. Set of values and apply it to almost any sort of political agenda. What do I mean by that? You can take one of my big bugaboos, which is climate change for those new to this program. You should know right off the bat that I believe in climate change. I think that mother nature and the climate that is generated by mother nature by the sun by the solar system by everything that goes on in terms of the weather and the movement of moisture and the winds and volcanoes and everything that goes into making the climate. Has always changed. It always has it always will. I do not buy into the theory. That man is responsible for increases in global temperatures anymore than is responsible for decreases in global temperatures. If there is any effect at all. It's infant symbol. And whatever public policy that people think we should invoke, which is usually. A policy that restricts choice freedom liberty the taxes you out the wazoo is not going to have any effect on the climate. Think about. Think about this earth. I think we look this up. Maybe before the holidays. I forget how many countries there are oral earth. But it seems to me it was like around a hundred and eighty six countries. Every one of those countries has its own economic system. Its own demographics population. It has its own industry its own every everything is unique about every country. There is no way that one hundred eighty six countries are going to agree on anything. For example. The Paris climate accords. Do you think that China is really going to do whatever it needs to do to cut back on its carbon emissions as if carbon emissions a problem? Anyway. I'm I'm I'm producing carbon as I speak. Do you think that China is going to forgo its? Attempt to become a dominant economic power by restricting its own growth. No, do you think that the individual countries of the European Union wants to do that? Most of them don't they don't want to comply with EU standards. Do you think that the S whole countries in any part of the world? Three main an asshole country. Well, some do now. I wanna distinct. Distinction between the people of this whole countries and the governments of this whole countries. I really don't think Venezuelans really want their country to remain whole country a country that forty or fifty years ago was one of the leading economic producers in the world. Is now S country. I forget how many millions of people have abandoned. Do you think that this is going to do anything to change whatever it does in terms of the climate? No. But we have the stupid belief that we can somehow globally. Get all of these countries to agree, which is the inherent failure of globalism in the first place. But I want you to listen to this NBC report. About psycho, social resilience. About psychobabble psycho, social resilience. They're going to describe I forget how many I didn't make the list of the traits, but they're going to describe x number of traits. That are really just traits of everyday resilience kind of what you need to be able to do internally, mentally and physically to survive in this world. What they do. This NBC report is they say you need these traits in order to survive. Climate change and just for good measure. They say you need to apply. These traits to survive mass shootings a couple years ago. Amien Laura started working on a ten step program to deal with collective grief. Collective grief. Collective grief is in my opinion. You can take collective grief at a micro level or macro level at the macro level. I think collective grief is this bizarre response that people have that when there's some national tragedy. Let me rephrase it when there's a tragedy, but the tragedy plays out on a national scale typically a shooting somewhere. I watched the news again this evening before I came into the studio..
Saudi-led coalition troops take Yemen port neighborhood as country on brink of famine
"Trump to be held without bail. While he awaits trial Caesar Sayaka, Florida resident who frequently praised President Trump while threatening his opponents on social media is accused of sending bombs to the Obamas. The Clinton's former vice president Joe Biden next CIA director John Brennan, congress members, Maxine Waters, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, liberal activists, Tom Steiner, and George Soros, actor Robert deniro and CNN's main office building in Manhattan at the supreme court. Newly seeded Justice Brett Kavanagh appeared receptive Tuesday to the arguments of a condemn Missouri prisoner who says he's likely to experience extreme. Pain if he subjected to a lethal injection Russell buck Lou was scheduled to be executed last March before the high court agreed to hear his appeal. His attorneys argued at the supreme court, Tuesday, Buckley's rare medical condition could prevent a lethal injection drug from circulating properly through his veins likely leading to a death so agonizing it would violate the constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment. The supreme court split four two four earlier this year on whether to allow the execution to proceed meaning Justice Cavanaugh will likely cast the deciding vote in the case, and in Wisconsin, where Republican governor Scott Walker was defeated on Tuesday in his bid for a third term an office. The high tech manufacturer Foxconn says seeking to bring in workers from China to help run the factory under construction near the city of Racine. Governor Walker back to plan with the support of house speaker Paul Ryan and President Trump to. Died three billion dollars in tax credits to Foxconn claiming the taxpayer money would provide thousands of new jobs while renovating Wisconsin's economy, but Foxconn has scaled back its plans now saying it'll hire just three thousand workers in the short term, most of them and engineering positions rather than the thirteen thousand Matthew facturing jobs governor Walker had promised and the size of the tax payer subsidy has steadily increased to four point one billion dollars during two terms office. Governor Scott Walker which known for aggressively busting unions, and for his close ties to right wing dark money groups, and those are some of the headlines, this is democracy. Now democracy now dot org. The warrant piece report, I'm Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez, welcome to all of our viewers and listeners across the country and around the world. Democrats have seized control of the house of representatives flipping more than two dozen seats. This gives Democrats subpoena power for the first time since President Trump was elected two years ago, while the Democrats will control the House Republicans picked up two more seats in the Senate on the state level. Democrats picked up seven governorships huge turnout numbers were reported across the country. President Trump responded to the election results by tweeting, quote, if the Democrats think they're going to waste taxpayer money investigating us at the house level. Then we will likewise be forced to consider investigating them for all of the leaks of classified information and much else at the Senate level to complete that game. The terms were a groundbreaking election for women for the first time in US history. At least one hundred women will serve in the US house of representatives, including the first two native American women and the first two Muslim women later in the program. We'll hear from. Democratic socialist Alexandra Cossio Cortes who became the youngest woman ever elected to congress. But we begin today's show with two guests here in New York, Katrina, vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of the nation. America's oldest weekly magazine. She's also a columnist for the Washington Post dot com, and we're joined by Rashad Robinson, executive director of color of change. We welcome you both to democracy. Now, let's begin with Katrina vanden who've oh your thoughts on what has taken place the house now in the hands of Democrats Republicans have expanded control of the Senate. I think taking back the house is critical is a check on President Trump. But also, I think it's important people know that a majority of the committees and subcommittees will be controlled by progressives. The progressive caucus will have about ninety members some of the women you mentioned will join and it will have thirteen committees. And I think thirty subcommittees that's important. And I think the ability to not only hold the president in the. Administration accountable on corruption on self interest on self-dealing, but the ability to lay out bold initiatives, bold, legislation may not pass with a Senate as we've seen it. But it's critical. I think that the progressive Democrats lay out in this war of ideas, that progressives have been winning to a certain extent fifteen minimum wage jobs program infrastructure, free higher. Ed. The governor's race is one spoke of critical critical both as a blue wall against the redistricting scams that we've seen from the Republicans critical also to rest back the rust belt from Trump who really did. Well, and key parts, Wisconsin. How sweet it is Scott Walker going down. I mean, my colleague John Nichols has written so much copy about this man who busted public workers assault on education has demeaned and degraded the Wisconsin idea, so I think that's critical amendment for renewed Robinson. And I were. Talking about it. One thing we've seen in this election. Amien won the barriers to democratic participation the will funded targeting voting suppression. So men men for restoring rights to ex-felons to vote one point four million Floridians will be able to vote I think is a vital step on the road to a true democracy. Statehouses? We haven't seen the numbers yet. But those will be hopeful as well flipping. I think Minnesota and a few others. So I think it was you know, it was a bittersweet night because we've seen the incendiary toxic. Nationalism xenophobia, any immigrant actions talk of this president and his enabler in the Republican party. You know, they they secured some wins. However, those who say was kinda split, let's all recall that the Senate map is the most horrific for Democrats. I mean, it's just, you know, the one third up we're really states in which the Republicans and Trump of played well, you mentioned the rust belt, and it to know that there were three states that really delivered for Trump, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania and of the and they're those three in those three states. The statewide all Ron's either for governor or for Senate for the US Senate of the Democrats won six out of seven. So you've seen a situation now where those key states now are really not as reliable Republican as they appear to be in two thousand. One. I mean, many of those voters went for Obama in two thousand and eight and two thousand and twelve so it was that flip in two thousand sixteen that has to be looked at. And I think last night was in good insight into what is possible in twenty twenty in effect. We can talk about a twenty twenty began last night, but that's a different discussion. But I think you see it with taking back those those state houses there were some good minimum wage initiatives in states very troubling that good initiative in Washington state, the kind of carbon tax the green new deal went down. You still see the power of corporate money in our system and at the state level. There were six states that moved into total democratic contrived and the one of the New York state where the New York state Senate, which was had been very evenly divided. The Republicans control now is overwhelmingly democratic twenty three. I think is now the number in the New York state Senate win that means in terms of what can be accomplished. By progressives. Progressives won a supermajority in the Vermont house neutralizing, the newly reelected governor fill Scott's veto threat knows this. I mean, it's critical on so many levels. But historically, as you will know we've lost over a thousand state legislative seats in the last few years. So this is coming back and saying Democrats progressives are going to play at all levels, New York state. You studied you've written one? It's a major win us. See what governor Cuomo does with it because he's hid behind the inability to do much with the independent democratic conference now defeated one last race, which I think is very important one. And I were talking about is Antonio Delgado in the nineteenth congressional district that race was supercharged with toxic racist rhetoric. John Foucault has held out against good people except for teach out, but he's gone. So I think you know, it's a bittersweet, but I think real gains were made. And I think it would be wrong to. Downplay those one of the nation's most closely watched races of the year remains too close to call Georgia secretary of state Brian Kemp, holding a slim lead over democratic challenger Stacey Abrams who is vying to be the first African American woman governor in US history, but Abrams is refusing to concede because thousands of absentee ballots have not yet been counted campus currently at fifty point five percent if he dips below fifty the race goes to a runoff. The Georgia race was marred by widespread allegations of voter suppression carried out by Brian camp. Again, who is as Georgia secretary of state is in control of the elections, despite the fact many demanded that he recused himself. Meanwhile, in Florida Democrat Andrew gillum conceded to Republican Ron to Santa's after a tight race Gillam attempting to become Florida's first African American government, but faced a string of racist attacks from outside groups into Santa's who told Floridians knocked. Monkey this up and in Maryland, Republican governor Larry HOGAN was re elected defeating democrat, Ben jealous. The former head of the N double ACP or shod Robinson. You're the executive director of color of change. Yeah. I think I think these. You know, what happened last night with particularly with Andrew in Stacy's race. I think represents the way that the south is changing.