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"andrew young" Discussed on KCRW

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01:30 min | 3 months ago

"andrew young" Discussed on KCRW

"On. Except me. Well, he's with them now. But he has not left us. Former Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young was one of the many dignitaries to pay tribute. In fact, almost every living president has honored Hank Aaron since he died, including Bill Clinton Today he is armed. Close the racial divide, not by tearing anybody down, but by lifting people up. Not about the meaning people but by opening their minds and opening their eyes and opening their hearts. Baseball Great. Hank Aaron died last Friday of natural causes. He was 86 years old. Yeah, You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. KCRW. Sponsors include.

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Mobile voting units hit the streets of Metro Atlanta's Fulton County amid reports of voter suppression in Georgia

BBC Newshour

04:52 min | 7 months ago

Mobile voting units hit the streets of Metro Atlanta's Fulton County amid reports of voter suppression in Georgia

"This week with reports already of long queues, particularly in Atlanta. Meanwhile, state and local rules that disproportionately restrict minorities and the poor from voting are being challenged in court. Critics say measures including cuts to early voting idee laws and purges of electoral rolls. Are affecting black people. The elderly students on the disabled the most of course, but not Larry model reports from Atlanta, where African Americans have historically been the worst affected by what's known as a voter suppression. You're going to be voting on this beautiful vehicle that we purchase. Their local officials in Fulton, Georgia's largest county, are trying to do better in this election. rolling out a mobile voting unit to increase options for voters who have been frustrated too many times. How are you? All right. Thank you. OK, rabbits is the chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. This is a first in the state of Georgia. Yes, sir. And we're very proud of it. Look, it's very sleep. Do you have the same experience here as if you were inside a polling precincts? Come on Pete Tree Street in downtown Atlanta, a small park over here where the people playing cards. Families with small small Children Children distant distant join join one one of of the the last last days days off. off. All All before before winter winter gets gets here. here. After volunteering as a poor worker for the last seven years. Gerry Harrison is still worried, but this election I think we may have votes, but a lot of us gonna be suppressed. Be stricken with every reason. That they can use to strike the ballot. They extract balik like felonies or Signatures that matching, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia, nearly 200,000 people were incorrectly removed from the states. Voter rolls in 2019. Officials wrongfully assumed that they had moved but had not in their address on their voter registration. Andrew Andrew Young, Young, executive executive director director of of SC SC Lee Lee of of Georgia Georgia stays, stays, many many of of the the voters voters may may not not know know they've they've been been parched parched until until it's it's time time to to vote vote again. again. A A lot of the rules that seem to be reasonable if you're a middle class person who works a white collar job and drives a car. End up being voter suppression from the point of view of a person who moves a lot. Who's low income working a minimum wage job has to punch a time clock. New Georgia project say's it identifies and exposes instances or intimidation of black voters. If CEO Seo fought to say's it is not always explicit. Oftentimes the tactics appear race neutral and gender neutral on their face. But if you peel back just a little bit of the layer, you can still see how black Americans next. Americans and women in friends are still disproportionately impacted by the laws at procedures and protocols. Sensitive to accusations of order suppression. Fulton County has added more workers and voting locations. Grated baron is a man running the operation. Well, I know that my staff and I If you were to go around and ask them if they would participate in any sort of voter suppression tactics, I think you would get a resounding No. Since 2013 when I arrived. The only thing that we've been focused on his enfranchising voters. Nicky Mo Williams, a Democratic state senator, who is running to replace the late John Lewis in Congress, sees a larger problem in how elections are run in the state. I am very well aware of the leadership that we still have in the state. The Legislature Legislature is is majority majority Republican Republican control control in in both both chambers chambers and and a a Republican Republican governor, governor, Republican Republican secretary secretary of of State State So So we we are are very very much much mindful mindful of of the the fact fact that that way way often times have to go to the courts to get relief for voters in the state. Fulton County, which includes most of Atlanta, hopes to have 80% of people vote early or by absentee ballot to reduce the strain on election day during the pandemic. But President Trump has repeatedly attacked a voting by mail claiming widespread fraud without evidence. They're going to be millions of missing valets who are tremendous numbers of missing ballots. Is going to be fraud. This's going to be the scam of all time. Brad Ruffins. Berger, who is in charge of the election as Georgia secretary of state has also warned against double voting. So we're expecting strong participation when voters but every voter, you get one vote. Not too The people of documenting and fighting what they consider voter suppression in Georgia, say some of the tactics are deliberate, while others I just due to incompetence, but they say they are signs of what they describe as a fragile democracy. I was Larry

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"andrew young" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 7 months ago

"andrew young" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Andrew Young, executive director of SC Lee of Georgia stays, many of the voters may not know they've been parched until it's time to vote again. A lot of the rules that seem to be reasonable if you're a middle class person who works a white collar job and drives a car. End up being voter suppression from the point of view of a person who moves a lot. Who's low income working a minimum wage job has to punch a time clock. New Georgia project say's it identifies and exposes instances or intimidation of black voters. If CEO Seo fought to say's it is not always explicit. Oftentimes the tactics appear race neutral and gender neutral on their face. But if you peel back just a little bit of the layer, you can still see how black Americans next. Americans and women in friends are still disproportionately impacted by the laws at procedures and protocols. Sensitive to accusations of order suppression. Fulton County has added more workers and voting locations. Grated baron is a man running the operation. Well, I know that my staff and I If you were to go around and ask them if they would participate in any sort of voter suppression tactics, I think you would get a resounding No. Since 2013 when I arrived. The only thing that we've been focused on his enfranchising voters. Nicky Mo Williams, a Democratic state senator, who is running to replace the late John Lewis in Congress, sees a larger problem in how elections are run in the state. I am very well aware of the leadership that we still have in the state. The Legislature is majority Republican control in both chambers and a Republican governor, Republican secretary of State So we are very much mindful of the fact that way.

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Funeral held for civil rights leader Rev. C. T. Vivian

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Funeral held for civil rights leader Rev. C. T. Vivian

"Good bye to one of its civil rights veterans man who worked alongside Martin Luther King Jr the funeral for Reverend C. T. Vivian, the world is a better place. Because of you, Dr. Vivian, Long time business partner. Don rivers says CT. Vivian was stern, tough and exacting when it came to his cultural diversity and training firm yet was also a loving man. He lived the life of unselfishness. And And has has never never looked looked for for Any Any recognition recognition video video tribute tribute to to the the 95 95 year year old old Reverend Reverend also also include include Andrew Young, Oprah and Joe Biden in Atlanta. Veronica Waters, 95.5

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Flags lowered to half-staff at the White House and Capitol to honor the late Rep. John Lewis

Talking Real Money with Don McDonald and Tom Cock

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Flags lowered to half-staff at the White House and Capitol to honor the late Rep. John Lewis

"At half staff tributes pouring in today for a long time. Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis died Friday after a battle with cancer. Andrew Young served as a congressman, mayor of Atlanta, U. S ambassador to the United Nations. I work side by side with Lewis and the fight for civil rights, recalling this remarkable moment somebody told me of his sitting down with plans who beat him up. On DH. Reconcile ING and willingly, saying that he held no malice for John Lewis was 80. The

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"andrew young" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"andrew young" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You're listening to former Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young. A dear friend of John Lewis Young mourning the passing of Lewis, who passed away overnight from pancreatic cancer and 80 young telling Good Morning America on ABC fact that John made it for 80 years. CT for 95 years means that Nonviolence has worked. They have transformed this country on We still have a long way to go. John particularly, was Humble if I was writing a book about it, but I'd live power of humility right now. People here in Atlanta, leaving flowers and notes underneath the John Lewis hero mural downtown in the Sweet Auburn neighborhood ws piece. Veronica Waters continues our coverage. John Lewis began his non violent fight for Civil rights is a teenager surviving vicious attacks as one of the nation's first freedom writers and was one of the big Six of the civil rights movement helping plan the historic March on Washington. Lewis continued. His Human rights activism as in Atlanta City councilmen then as a congressman, even once leading a US house sit into force legislative attention on gun violence In December, Lewis announcing that he had been diagnosed with Stage four pancreatic cancer are other big story this half hour. We're in the red Zone here in Atlanta in terms of Corona virus infections WSB Sabrina Cupid on that to be in the Red Zone. One factor is a test positivity rate above 10%. State health director Dr Kathleen to me says We are above that our test possible. Hippity rape on averages 13.6%. People are encouraged to keep washing their hands and wearing a mask. WSB news time. 10 32 traffic and weather coming up Next. Now, more than ever, you need to stay connected around the clock for the latest on covert.

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"andrew young" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"andrew young" Discussed on WJR 760

"Up on the top of the hour your calls and comments if you liked it and we would love to hear from you eight six six ninety right I also the latest on the stimulus payments round two all right what are some of the proposals now amber the proposals in the first one is that this is for the the the bailout of individuals yeah twelve hundred per person twenty four hundred per per rah husband and wife or per couple per household whatever five hundred Bucks for the kids if you're a family of four thirty four hundred Bucks can they top that in the next one right yes they can some of the proposals they may not go anywhere but they're the only proposals that exist so far and there's more cash for a longer period of time Hey you you saw that by yesterday or two days ago said two trillion isn't nearly enough for this one yeah yeah yeah yeah well I mean of course you know for for anybody on the left two trillion because but this is this is exactly what we talked about before are you know the two and a half three trillion and while not you already spent that I got to spend six trillion this time I mean the insanity and and I almost I have to turn it off yesterday because Andrew Yang was was trending a bit because he launches new podcast Andrew young speakers mmhm mmhm and and now everybody's looking I'm going you know the liberals are saying see he was right see he was shut up you guys behind him what are you worried about one tenth.

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"andrew young" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

15:11 min | 1 year ago

"andrew young" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"His brain does not work as designed from this morning works for a travel to Joe Biden was just a short time ago this and they eat up the question for me I just let him go on until they ran out of words that it was making up new stuff all over the place and turns out now he is remembered any wasn't arrested on the streets of Soweto with Andrew young like you said but on an airplane men in shorts came on and separated him from the congressional black caucus delegation which is not the story that he gave last time and and and it's not and so wait out when it's not on the streets and it's not Andrew young and and of course John Berman at CNN didn't call about any of this because he's just a bootleg for the party let's be honest and so there's that okay we've got that audio for it coming up because these people these people let me just say these people all right now let me we get to the to the some of the corona virus stuff before getting into the politics and when I say politics that includes the media because the media is just politics all too much of the time and certainly Greg Sargent tend Gail Collins at the new York times what what a terrible joke again Elizabeth Warren wants to take any money from securing this she sees that there is a a what may be a global epidemic or a pandemic not just a panic and stupidity but I'll be corona virus whose names whose name they changed yesterday or day before yesterday for no apparent reason but she wants to open our borders as a response to a global virus spreading from country to country she thinks that's the appropriate response because she's nuts all right she's a Harvard law professor former and she's a whack job shoes completely berserk and to introduce a bill to open up our borders at a time when I when I looked on she tweeted this and the people go on their Twitter is just a wasteland of of craziness and there are people yelling at each other back and forth on Twitter about Elizabeth Warren's brilliant idea of opening the border to contain the virus that works in her brain I and of course they yell at you and call you a racist because that's what the Democrat party teaches them and that nobody's thinking nobody's being logical nobody's being sensible nobody's even trying to make sense anymore the bill according to Warren's office would result in approximately ten billion dollars being shifted from the department of homeland security to the department of health and Human Services they are who is it Jordanian Carney at the hill types on behalf of the party rather than use the taxpayer dollars to pay for a monument to well I bill will help ensure that the federal government has the resources to adequately respond to this emergency so really we've got to take money out of that pocket to put otherwise we're not is that is that what it is nope that's not it that's how she's lying because really it's just about already pre existing agenda of leaving the border open and she's using this as a lever of the virus as an opportunity she sees it as an opportunity to call people racists and to say that it's a monument to hate and division about century check to Planned Parenthood the White House had suggested two point five billion dollars to combat the grunt of ours well Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer well if if he is at the burning bush of truth and integrity than who S. is requesting eight point five billion I honestly think trump should come back and ask for like twenty seven point eleven trillion and we're billion and and take the money and use it to secure the border because that would make more sense in the time of a spreading virus then opening the border which is just beyond my ability to comprehend as an adult with the of functioning cerebrum truly extraordinary stuff and and they're attacking the president also there's a whistle blower and they're attacking the president because he didn't ask for enough money quickly enough also they point out this is something they're very upset about that there was a person on the National Security Council whose job it was to hunt show to be in charge of pandemics now the national security council I think under Ronald Reagan was about forty people by the time Obama laughter was four hundred and forty people or something like that and apparently one of these four hundred forty people was in charge of pandemics but he's the Maytag repairman because he's been sitting there for a whole bunch of years now doing nothing throwing cards into a hat watching daytime TV on the taxpayer dime with no pandemics to fight why do we I mean we have people at HHS and NIH and but says the naval one at seventy six universities across the country are working on all of these projects and on overarching under the same umbrella and the left is very upset that one position the Maytag repairman of of coronavirus was let go from the four hundred and forty percent National Security Council and that they will not sit still for because they want a government full of people sitting around doing nothing conspiring against America that's really what they're looking for and I find all of this scatter wallet and then the Washington post expressing outrage how dare you say that we've been politicizing this I don't think they know what any of these words mean Greg Sargent I don't think he knows what these words mean he types he types on behalf of the Democratic Party and Bernie Sanders and Bolshevism but he doesn't actually know what the words mean I'm going to get to him a little later because I've I've I got a special love Saturday for him today U. S. workers without workers I just want to stop there that's in the headline in The Washington Post U. S. workers where do we start calling health care professionals workers for shorthand when when when the Soviet Union came to town when did that happen U. S. work in Maine like HHS employees is that what you're saying U. S. workers without protective gear assisted coronavirus evacuees come up H. H. S. whistle blowers says we got another HHS whistleblower went to the special counsel I'm not making this up officials of the department of health and Human Services sent more than a dozen workers there it is again we have workers that was type this let's see Lena H. sun and Yazmin opt to Luba and brightly they both come from communist countries or something like that why the post hire them because they can advance the cause to a dozen workers to receive the first Americans evacuated from Wuhan China kind of fun to say Wuhan is that the epicenter of the corona virus outbreak without proper training for infection control or appropriate protective gear according to a whistle blower complaint that whatever did president trump invented the department of health and Human Services three years ago or has this been a government agency for as long as I can remember and is he responsible for their clothing for their training as he personally responsible for or is this just another government failure that The Washington Post is blaming trump for I'm just I'm trying to figure that out I know the answer it's a rhetorical question without proper training friends section control or appropriate protective gear according was low complex I honestly when president trump I when he was campaigning today promised on my first day I'm going to be sure the HHS workers have the proper tire for a meeting with Han infected people at the airport in California what what are you talking about this is the Washington post but they're not politicizing it I know because I read another article today that trump is wrong when he says it's being politicized the workers signal comrades did not show symptoms of infection infection and were not tested for the virus according to lawyers for the whistle blower a senior age age of personal social based in Washington who oversaw workers at the administration for children and families all units within the HHS how many units are there within the HHS nobody tens of billions of dollars they got every year and then seven hundred million dollars of present suggested cutting seven hundred million dollars from nearly a hundred billion dollars and the media is going crazy about it wasn't cut it was actually increased the money was increased because that's how Washington works and the wash and and then the Democrats come out and say he got money knowing that he didn't cut money and on the news media reports he got money knowing that he didn't cut money and then they accuse you of engaging in with the worst conspiracy theory yet when I mean it's just it's it's beyond my ability to tell the workers did not start a show symptoms world China now and other whistleblower is seeking federal protection of course yes alleging she was unfairly and improperly reassigned after raising concerns about the safety of these workers to HHS officials including those within the office of health and Human Services secretary Alex ETS are here because you got to get right to this is the Washington post's she was told February nineteenth that if she does not accept the new position within fifteen days which is March fifth she would be terminated not that see the timeline it without you not that they're just the post is just corrupt you need to if you're gonna take up this legal case you have to lay out the timeline that have no interest in that because facts are not the thing with Lena H. sun and Yazmin obsolete so she wants federal protection and it turns out nobody just cut to the chase here because this goes on for four pages none of the people on the plane that they graded of tested positive none of the people that went to greet them have tested positive to suggest that this is true trump's fault because he didn't micromanage HHS for the last three years their clothing and their training is completely absurd on its face but just do want to be clear about this nobody's politicizing it I read that because it's in the it's in the Washington post today also as other articles politicize it but never mind that and and close she and Schumer and the dollar figures and and Obama's grade ten your nonsense here's what about it what it should do what Obama did you know you didn't name a czar then you name pence is the is are we don't know this is not the Soviet Union maybe a Bernese elected you'll have better luck this made me laugh yesterday to Iran accuses the United States of coronavirus secures scare mongering Iran is a kid now who's doing the scaremongering in the United States who is it that's going to really it's there it's the Iran's allies the Democrats I think they're working hand in glove here one of the conspiracy theory is by our enemies is to spread the public panic in order to push our country toward the lockdown said Iran's president Hassan Rouhani but the Democrats admire very greatly much more than Donald Trump he told a meeting of the National Committee on combating and combating corona virus say they got one they should have a czar to that'd make NBC happy if they creditors are the body was formed by high ranking officials in response the corona virus epidemic going around which has recorded the highest number of fatalities outside of China where the disease was identified late last year this is pretty funny stuff here this is our middle eastern publication and when that when they say the enemies that short hand for you know the Jews on the infidels the United States and Israel Israel the United States and they says that their scare mongering we the United States and Israel the Jews are rosh scaremongering in an effort to get Iran to lock down you say now again what is the vice president in Iran this is pretty funny stuff was out coughing and sneezing into other at the deputy health minister was coughing and hacking at a public event talking about the corona virus and the next day they announced that he had come down with the corona virus and that he had it when he was sitting in a room full of healthy people I hacking and coughing and making jokes about the corona virus a woman from how much it exactly I'm not afraid of what I should have like a lot this morning the settlement I'll have to manage the work of yeah local channel but give them a positive movement this is why there is evidence alone when Washington law well he came down with a corona virus that exactly they're doing jobs this is why they're not a lot lot of Iranians stand up comics because I love parties a little bit difficult but they've got it around to the health minister the deputy health minister and I think the vice president or somebody has come down with it now they've got they've got it's running rampant and it around and and in California because in California but we're scaremongering I don't think it's trump that's doing this German ring but a lot of them are doing your money real money says no Bender quarantines planned as a rand corner virus death toll hits nineteen in Iran yesterday president Hassan Rouhani friend of the Democrat party said on Wednesday that Iran had no plans to quarantine any cities or districts they're just gonna kill everybody in response to the country's corona virus outbreak which the health ministry said had killed nineteen people is they you can't believe them anymore than you could believe the communists in China and in China they're saying that the number of new cases is going down going down down going down like that leads up on something California in the mean time is monitoring eight thousand four hundred people for corona virus and thirty three have tested positive then they got that guy Gavin Newsom he's the governor of California he has have you noticed his forehead doesn't move and his teeth are preternaturally white he has that guy is like his botox face and his dentition which is really I mean they care about hair and skin it's California if you're running for office Gavin Newsom the testing protocols.

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What to Watch in the Final Debate Before the Iowa Caucus

WSJ What's News

06:58 min | 1 year ago

What to Watch in the Final Debate Before the Iowa Caucus

"Is the first Democratic presidential debate of the New Year and the last before next month's Iowa Caucus voters begin the process of picking a Democratic nominee dominy to take on president trump in November. Just six candidates will be on stage tonight a much smaller field than in previous debates joining me now with more on what to watch for for his Wall Street Journal reporter Emily Emily. I want to start with impeachment. We now know that the House has vote tomorrow. Wednesday on sending the articles of impeachment Richman over to the Senate and the schedule there in the Senate could cut down on campaign time during a crucial period for some of these candidates. What should we keep an eye on? Tonight tonight's going to be really interesting because we'll see some of these candidates likely bring up impeachment and what it means especially for the senator so let's not forget we've got Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar on the debate stage. We've also got Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado who didn't qualify for the debate. So they're still four senators running and trying to get the Democratic nomination for president and most all of them have said in prior events and reiterated again and again that they will fill their senatorial duties. You know that they would participate in any trial as a senator. You know there are juror and you know it really comes up where they'll have surrogates out on the trail and we don't know exactly how they'll plant split their time but we know that they will need to split their time. Okay let's shift gears to foreign policy. See there's a lot of talk about that here and it's likely the candidates will be asked to weigh in on. US policy specifically toward Iran after the strike that killed military leader. Kacem Sulejmani. Imani what will you be looking out for a have to imagine. This is gonNA come up during the debate. Stage after the trump administration ordered the strike that really unprompted rebukes not only from Democrats in Congress but especially on the campaign trail and a number of the Democratic contenders for president. Really said that they they thought that president trump had brought the US to the brink of war. We've got Senator Bernie Sanders who used the Iran. Tensions to highlight former vice president. Joe Biden's ends two thousand to vote. That was when he was a senator and he voted for the Iraq war and then Mr Sanders. At that time he was a member of the House voted against it and Mr Sure Sanders allies have argued that Joe Biden did not choke a judgment about engagement overseas whereas Joe Biden's allies on the other hand said the Bush administration misled Congress in the public ahead of the war and let's not forget former vice president. Joe Biden has repeatedly on the campaign trail stressed his experience in terms of foreign policy and how he was really a point person during the Obama administration on that end. And let's not forget http Buddha judge. He's the former South Bend Indiana mayor and he is going to be the only military veteran on the stage. And it's something that he is likely to bring up experience if any foreign policy discussion emerges Peter Judges thirty seven years old and he's really called for a new generation of leadership in the US. Let's turn to the candidates themselves this week. We saw a bit of a skirmish between Senator Sanders and Warren. Who said that her colleague had told her in two thousand eighteen? That at a woman couldn't win the presidency. Sanders says that was not true. How might this impact the dynamics on the debate stage tonight you know? The friendship between Senators Warren and Sanders is being tested. They've got people from all different sides saying what their version of. That story is from that that dinner. That has come up on a a lot of it. You know non animus sources and even earlier today we saw Bernie Sanders campaign manager had basically tweeted. Let's not forget what we're fighting for here so so but there's definitely a lot of tension between these two candidates who are both viewed as pretty far to the left and have a lot of overlap in supporter. So it's going GonNa be really interesting to see if they are engaging with each other if the tension is still there on the debate stage or if they're just going to try to brush it off and and focus on what. The campaigns have sat are their top priority. which is defeating president trump? A follow up on Sanders. He's doing pretty well in the polls lately and has so far avoided needed a lot of criticism on the debate stage. Seems like from what you're saying. That might change tonight. Indeed so for a while it was seemed like Bernie Sanders was really not going to critique anyone align and the few times that he did. It's come up a little bit. It was almost like I can believe it. You Know Sanders is going to go after someone whereas other candidates would be have a little that sharper elbows but we think that it's possible. A lot of candidates might pile on to Bernie Sanders because he read a lot of the headlines. Recently while a lot of them say Bernice Une- is back. That's based on a couple things. He's got some good polling results. Recently he was leading the field in a really closely watched Iowa poll that it just came out on Friday. And let's not forget Bernie Sanders had a massive fund raising haul. He brought in thirty four point. Five million dollars. which is the most of any Democratic presidential candidate so far this cycle emily one final question and that's on diversity which the candidates have been questioned about previously there? Will we six white candidates on the debate stage tonight. That's after New Jersey. Senator Corey Booker dropped. His Bid and entrepreneur. Andrew Yang failed to qualify. How do you think the candidates candidates will be addressing that tonight? It'll be really interesting to see how or if it comes up. The Democratic Party has to appeal to a massive base of black voters Latino voters and the growing Asian American Pacific islander population so even if the candidates on the debate stage are not diverse the Democratic Democrat Party. Very much as it's going to be really interesting to see if they bring it up on their own or if they're asked about it did come up in the Los Angeles US Democratic debate which was the last one just a couple of weeks ago and Andrew Yang who is the only diverse candidate on the stage then was asked about it and he said he was both honored privilege but also couldn't believe that he was the only diverse candidate on this stage so we still have former Massachusetts governor. Deval Patrick running in last minute bid. That really hasn't been able to gain a lot of traction and like you said entrepreneurial. Andrew Young didn't qualify for this debate and Cory Booker New Jersey senator. The judge dropped out earlier. This Week and California senator. Kamala Harris dropped out before the Los Angeles debate. So there's been a lot of changes recently and you you know. We'll just kinda see what happens. In terms of the candidates not necessarily representing the Democratic Party voter base. Tonight plenty to watch for this evening. Wall Wall Street Journal reporter Emily Glazer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me the debate airs on CNN nine PM Eastern.

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What to Watch in the Final Debate Before the Iowa Caucus

WSJ What's News

06:58 min | 1 year ago

What to Watch in the Final Debate Before the Iowa Caucus

"Is the first Democratic presidential debate of the New Year and the last before next month's Iowa Caucus voters begin the process of picking a Democratic nominee dominy to take on president trump in November. Just six candidates will be on stage tonight a much smaller field than in previous debates joining me now with more on what to watch for for his Wall Street Journal reporter Emily Emily. I want to start with impeachment. We now know that the House has vote tomorrow. Wednesday on sending the articles of impeachment Richman over to the Senate and the schedule there in the Senate could cut down on campaign time during a crucial period for some of these candidates. What should we keep an eye on? Tonight tonight's going to be really interesting because we'll see some of these candidates likely bring up impeachment and what it means especially for the senator so let's not forget we've got Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar on the debate stage. We've also got Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado who didn't qualify for the debate. So they're still four senators running and trying to get the Democratic nomination for president and most all of them have said in prior events and reiterated again and again that they will fill their senatorial duties. You know that they would participate in any trial as a senator. You know there are juror and you know it really comes up where they'll have surrogates out on the trail and we don't know exactly how they'll plant split their time but we know that they will need to split their time. Okay let's shift gears to foreign policy. See there's a lot of talk about that here and it's likely the candidates will be asked to weigh in on. US policy specifically toward Iran after the strike that killed military leader. Kacem Sulejmani. Imani what will you be looking out for a have to imagine. This is gonNA come up during the debate. Stage after the trump administration ordered the strike that really unprompted rebukes not only from Democrats in Congress but especially on the campaign trail and a number of the Democratic contenders for president. Really said that they they thought that president trump had brought the US to the brink of war. We've got Senator Bernie Sanders who used the Iran. Tensions to highlight former vice president. Joe Biden's ends two thousand to vote. That was when he was a senator and he voted for the Iraq war and then Mr Sanders. At that time he was a member of the House voted against it and Mr Sure Sanders allies have argued that Joe Biden did not choke a judgment about engagement overseas whereas Joe Biden's allies on the other hand said the Bush administration misled Congress in the public ahead of the war and let's not forget former vice president. Joe Biden has repeatedly on the campaign trail stressed his experience in terms of foreign policy and how he was really a point person during the Obama administration on that end. And let's not forget http Buddha judge. He's the former South Bend Indiana mayor and he is going to be the only military veteran on the stage. And it's something that he is likely to bring up experience if any foreign policy discussion emerges Peter Judges thirty seven years old and he's really called for a new generation of leadership in the US. Let's turn to the candidates themselves this week. We saw a bit of a skirmish between Senator Sanders and Warren. Who said that her colleague had told her in two thousand eighteen? That at a woman couldn't win the presidency. Sanders says that was not true. How might this impact the dynamics on the debate stage tonight you know? The friendship between Senators Warren and Sanders is being tested. They've got people from all different sides saying what their version of. That story is from that that dinner. That has come up on a a lot of it. You know non animus sources and even earlier today we saw Bernie Sanders campaign manager had basically tweeted. Let's not forget what we're fighting for here so so but there's definitely a lot of tension between these two candidates who are both viewed as pretty far to the left and have a lot of overlap in supporter. So it's going GonNa be really interesting to see if they are engaging with each other if the tension is still there on the debate stage or if they're just going to try to brush it off and and focus on what. The campaigns have sat are their top priority. which is defeating president trump? A follow up on Sanders. He's doing pretty well in the polls lately and has so far avoided needed a lot of criticism on the debate stage. Seems like from what you're saying. That might change tonight. Indeed so for a while it was seemed like Bernie Sanders was really not going to critique anyone align and the few times that he did. It's come up a little bit. It was almost like I can believe it. You Know Sanders is going to go after someone whereas other candidates would be have a little that sharper elbows but we think that it's possible. A lot of candidates might pile on to Bernie Sanders because he read a lot of the headlines. Recently while a lot of them say Bernice Une- is back. That's based on a couple things. He's got some good polling results. Recently he was leading the field in a really closely watched Iowa poll that it just came out on Friday. And let's not forget Bernie Sanders had a massive fund raising haul. He brought in thirty four point. Five million dollars. which is the most of any Democratic presidential candidate so far this cycle emily one final question and that's on diversity which the candidates have been questioned about previously there? Will we six white candidates on the debate stage tonight. That's after New Jersey. Senator Corey Booker dropped. His Bid and entrepreneur. Andrew Yang failed to qualify. How do you think the candidates candidates will be addressing that tonight? It'll be really interesting to see how or if it comes up. The Democratic Party has to appeal to a massive base of black voters Latino voters and the growing Asian American Pacific islander population so even if the candidates on the debate stage are not diverse the Democratic Democrat Party. Very much as it's going to be really interesting to see if they bring it up on their own or if they're asked about it did come up in the Los Angeles US Democratic debate which was the last one just a couple of weeks ago and Andrew Yang who is the only diverse candidate on the stage then was asked about it and he said he was both honored privilege but also couldn't believe that he was the only diverse candidate on this stage so we still have former Massachusetts governor. Deval Patrick running in last minute bid. That really hasn't been able to gain a lot of traction and like you said entrepreneurial. Andrew Young didn't qualify for this debate and Cory Booker New Jersey senator. The judge dropped out earlier. This Week and California senator. Kamala Harris dropped out before the Los Angeles debate. So there's been a lot of changes recently and you you know. We'll just kinda see what happens. In terms of the candidates not necessarily representing the Democratic Party voter base. Tonight plenty to watch for this evening. Wall Wall Street Journal reporter Emily Glazer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me the debate airs on CNN nine PM Eastern.

"andrew young" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"andrew young" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Am before we have to be able to get things done and when we can't convince them we go out and beat them like we did in the two thousand eighteen elections in red states and in for perfect yeah that was by the best answer because the other Democrats are on stage going we're gonna love trouble with these people we're going to line up against the wall and then binds like no we got to work with them and listen I don't love them but we are working on this actually by his best appeal and many of the Democrats don't actually understand this appeal the only candidates on stage making this appeal are three fighting judge club which I was the only ones on stage were making that appeal and it's actually fairly smart appeal and then we get into the race section of the debate and here's where all the intersectional glory of the Democrats comes out now was you know I love my bland forgetting your entry I think Henry and is a good guy I think he's a solid dude I disagree with him on a lot of politics but I think it is an honest fellow I thought that this on this answer last night from Andrea was his first is honest answer in the entire election cycle so Andrew Yang is asked about the fact that he's the only might person of minority status on the stage I mean judges gay but yeah but the only person of color on the stage is what Yang is asked and here is Yang's answer and I thought again the fact that this is sort of the requisite pandering on the democratic state says a lot about their view of America Xander Yang explaining that he feels bad that he's the only minority on the stage by the way just a quick note for the intersectional activist Asians don't count as part of the intersection of collision of two successful into highly educated which is why they don't care that Asian students are being barred from Harvard University and a disproportionate level in order to make room for other clinical less fortunate minorities are hand Riang it's both an honor and disappointment to be alone candidate of color on the stage tonight I miss come alive miss Cory though I think we'll be back okay that's just not true I'm I'm sorry Andrew young is not sitting around the neckline I miss my friends again I'm amused and be in use by the fact that the Democratic Party seems to have forgotten that Barack Obama was president for eight years is that what would they have to keep proving a bona fide used every single election cycle but the fact that they have to be pandering is just ridiculous ridiculous coming up the Democrats jump into foreign policy and baby crazy there's a mention here show seven million days ABC news live and local it's three thirty on Liz Warner the craziest travel days of the month are coming up Los Angeles International Airport officials expect Sunday and Monday to be slammed already these passengers at Allie X. tell KTLA five it's not easy getting there more than I expected I usually get here like twenty minutes it took about forty five minutes to an hour to get here so that was the problem in getting to the airport was fine but once we got to hertz rent a car there is so much traffic that they made a bunch of the passengers like get off and walk all the way here airport officials say travelers should arrive two hours before domestic flights and three hours before international trips Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news meanwhile security preparations are under way in Pasadena for the rose parade on new year's day law enforcement officials gave an update today they say there's no specific threat but hundreds of officers and deputies will patrol the parade and as usual if you see something concerning say something that was their plea to everyone not just for the day of the parade but the and the game but ahead of that too parade goers are also reminded that chairs and small barbecues are allowed and pets or not and the eco why outbreak in romaine lettuce is not over the CDC has confirmed yesterday that there are a hundred thirty eight cases of E. coli in twenty five states the most recent one occurred December first now of the total cases seventy two resulted in hospitalizations with thirteen people developing kidney failure CDC officials advise consumers to continue to avoid any romaine lettuce from Salinas the CDC and the FDA are reporting that romaine lettuce outside of Salinas is actually safe to consume talk radio seven ninety K. A. B. C. sports.

Poll: Pete Buttigieg surges to first place in Iowa

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Poll: Pete Buttigieg surges to first place in Iowa

"P Buddha judges rise is to the top here. It's I don't know to me crazy. I don't understand it but he's got a clearly now in Iowa twenty I five percent according to CNN des Moines Register Media Com poll of likely caucus goers so twenty five percent for Buddha. The judge Behind him. There's a three way battle for Second Place Elizabeth Warren at sixteen by Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders at fifteen. Wow Wow that's pretty. I mean Sh wow so warren so buddha judge went up nine points Elizabeth. Warren has dropped. Six Biden slipped by five and sanders. Gained four this thing is all over the place. Yeah minute the so. Those are the only four that we're able to get double digit support. Any closure was next number five at six six percent followed by five candidates. Who all share a whopping three percent of the vote? While they're on fire and those include Cory Booker Kamala Harris Tulsi Gabbard. Tulsi is actually Tom Steyer and Andrew Young New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg who hasn't officially officially announced yet. He's got two percent the rest of the field one percent or less.

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The Honorable Andrew Young on Growing Up in New Orleans

In Black America

05:59 min | 1 year ago

The Honorable Andrew Young on Growing Up in New Orleans

"I said whoever made all this couldn't have made me with no purpose so it has got to be a purpose for me to the end of Andrew The J. Young Civil Rights legend former. UN Ambassador Congressman and Mayor of Atlanta Georgia in nineteen sixty young help change this country as a leader in the civil rights movement his legacy include being silly activists elected official groundbreaking Ambassador Social Entrepreneur. You're an adviser to presidents. Currently he leaves the Andrew J Young Foundation's effort to the BELVA `support new generations of visionary leaders who array sustainable global approaches to Economic Development Poverty Alleviation Ama- challenge of hunger young was a close confidante to the late Dr Martin Luther King Junior and a key strategist negotiated during campaigns that led to the passage of the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four and the voting rights act of Nineteen nineteen sixty five this past spring young was in Austin Texas to participate in the summit on race in America at the AUBERGE Presidential Library on on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. I'm John Leo Hanson Junior and welcome to another edition of in Black America on this week's program and exclusive interview with Civil Rights Legend the Honorable Andrew Young and black America Reverend Vivian was really the first one have a sit it in he was he had a sit in Peoria Illinois in nineteen forty seven that was way before Montgomery and and Martin Luther King we go into his ninety sixth birthday next month he still with us. He was a freedom rider he he worked with us from beginning to end and he's still on the case James Several Janesville genius but he was also very eccentric. Maybe crazy but Dr King being used to say that all of us a certify ably insane because you've got to be kinda crazy to think that you can change America America was no money no organization we had nothing but the spirit of the Lord moving in our hearts it it changed when one speaks with the honor Bell Andrew j young you can still see it on his face and hearing his voice the Passion and commitment he still has for the call for social justice as Executive Director of the southern Christian Leadership Conference in one thousand nine hundred sixty four he was on on the front line doing America's doctors days born and raised in a segregated New Orleans young. I attended Dillard University in the city then attended Howard Howard University and earned a vintage degree in one thousand nine hundred fifty five from Hartford theological seminary working as a young pastor and Thomas Field Georgia he he first became part of the movement when he organized voter registration drives and nineteen seventy s first attempt to elect politics he loss but with a new campaign campaign finance chairman in Nineteen seventy-two he was elected to Congress becoming the first African American representative from the deep south since reconstruction he was reelected in one thousand nine hundred seventy four and again in one thousand nine hundred seventy six and nineteen eighty-one. He was elected mayor of Atlanta Georgia this past spring in Black America sat down with young exclusive interview during his stay in Austin participant in the summit on race in America. Mrs Young tells what was is New Orleans like back in the nineteen forties and fifties. We don't strangely enough it was segregated but but I I had to deal with Sarah Gatien and from four years old on because you know the Nazi party headquarters was fifty yards from where I was born. There was an Irish grocery store in Italian bar and I was right in the middle and then I had to go to Lina See Jones school which was a public school in another neighborhood that was called the bucket of blood because it was so much fighting and stuff going on there and I was I was younger longer than everybody and smaller than everybody so My Daddy told me said look you never going to be big enough to beat everybody so you need to learn to fight because if you know how to fight you don't have to fight nearly as much he he said but you're not GonNa win. Many fights comes he said but you probably outrun run a lot of people but you feel good running from problems. I was GONNA ask you. I read that your father hired a fighter vital to teach you and your brother well he was he was a dentist and we we live near the coliseum where the boxes is trained so when they had need dental work and no money he would fix the teeth free but then he'd make them them take us to the gym to teach us how to box notion. was you need to know he said so that even when you get in a fight you might get beat but you need to let them know that they've been in a fight and you will have to fight right that much.

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New 'SNL' Cast Member Fired After Using Racist And Homophobic Slurs

Chuck and Kelly

01:16 min | 1 year ago

New 'SNL' Cast Member Fired After Using Racist And Homophobic Slurs

"You would yesterday were talking about this young comic chain Gillis who was just added they added three new cast members to Saturday Night Live which kicks off its new season a week from Saturday on the twenty eighth day and a podcast surface from just last year were the shingles was talking about the guy on the podcast and it was like a one law along the I know you watched the whole thing it was five and a half minute pop up pop the portion of the podcast that dealt with like the racial issue was like five and a half minutes long any was see you some racial slurs against Asians and other making fun of Chinatown stuff like that and so I thought it was I was very heartened by the fact yesterday that the Asian presidential democratic candidate Andrew young said that he thought the the that the guy should lose his job in that you know we should all be more forgiving and you know people make mistakes and I thought that was really classy that said though word came out late yesterday SNL you're fired well I think they really had no choice because if you look at what's happened in the entertainment industry over the last you know three four five years any time someone makes a statement that's interpreted as racist or sexist or homophobic or too far to the right they immediately lose their show where they're fired and so I think for SNL to say well you know it's it's it was it in the context of comedy so it's okay that would be very hypocritical I

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The Problem With Carbon Offsets

The Energy Gang

03:05 min | 1 year ago

The Problem With Carbon Offsets

"Week with flight shamed growing in popularity extreme weather intensifying and the amazon in flames. There's more demand than ever for carbon offsets to switch guilt and make us feel like we're doing something anything but those credits may not be doing what you think they are or in some cases doing anything at all. We are digging into the complicated and frustrating world of carbon offsets. There's a reason why even the united nations is now calling out there limitations then new climate plans from bernie sanders andrew young days after jay inslee leaves the race what's in them and who will become the climate candidate finally we dig into a bill from ohio that bails out big utilities and guts clean energy. The politics of this thing are ugly ugly and they are only getting uglier back in washington d._c. This week is catherine hamilton our co host and chair of thirty nor solutions from the lake house to the house of representatives representatives. How much anxiety are you feeling being back in the nation's capital after a few weeks vacation well luckily congress is still out but i will tell you the drive drive down from being in the mountains and super remote for like almost an entire month's <hes> even my dog was completely stressed. She's like what are all these cars cars and people doing here back from his own trip <hes> who knows what kind of shock he's feeling just in bethesda maryland outside of d._c. See jigger shaw. He's the president of generate capital jigger. Are you feeling <hes> <hes> sense of shock after your iceland trip coming back to the united states now. Are you kidding me. It's always good to come back home. What was your favorite thing about iceland well. I have to say the the beauty of iceland even though they really hype it up. It's still far exceeds the hype. It's really a beautiful place in my sister. Is there now with her. Kids and the pictures is posting on instagram or unbelievable volt jaeger. Yeah i mean and you can really get right up close like my three and a half year old. We walked behind a waterfall and we're a climbing boulders near the beach. I mean it really is is all the things that you'd want it to be more. Did you go see that memorial for the glacier. I think a couple of weeks ago they put that up did you you todd on social media i did so there was somebody who was commenting in the bar that i was in that was like walking by and it was she was walking being like i think it was like fifty feet from where we were staying so i just mr so. I don't want to put you both on the spot but i'm going to did either of you. Buy carbon offsets for you travel. Hell no oh why not because. I know what they get used for. No i have a i have a hybrid and i was just busy trying to hyper mile yeah you. You're you're the point source. Technology is most important well. We are going to unpack what is behind them and why i you may have some doubts next time you go to press that button when you buy your your flight and try to offset your travel with some carbon offsets but a a lot of people don't realize the darker side of carbon offsets. A bunch of things

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Why The Price of Coke Didn't Change For 70 years

Planet Money

05:52 min | 2 years ago

Why The Price of Coke Didn't Change For 70 years

"Was an eighteen eighty six a nickel in one thousand nine hundred still a nickel ten years later. Nineteen ten and nickel. Nineteen twenty a nickel. Nineteen thirty a nickel nineteen forty a nickel. Nineteen fifty a nickel as late as nineteen Fifty-nine. You could buy a six and a half ounce bottle of Coca Cola for one nickel and for communists. This is a total freak of nature kind of thing. Prices. You can read in any textbook are supposed to go up and down the price of gasoline goes up and down depending on how much is available. How many people want it? How hard it is to get out of the ground. The price of a television depends on how expensive the components are to make and the price of labor. The price of butter goes up and down corn cars houses, everything prices change. They adjust. It's the basic mechanism for how markets work and yet. Four seventy years. You could buy a coke for five cents. Gocha Gola is the best drink in the land men women children the country over drink more Coca Cola than any other. Wondering is the five cent Drake of the nation proof that Coca-Cola quenches your thirst refreshes your spirits? Throws your taste is nothing else. Yes. Yes. Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm David Casten Val today. The strange story of nickel coke why it happened. What it says about the textbooks and? He. The. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from each raid with all the jargon. Investing can feel like a foreign language. Each raid makes investing simple by providing personalized support and guidance in terms you can understand they let you get started in the market with as little as five hundred dollars. And then help you learn as you go you don't need to be approach to invest at each raid. For more information, visit eatright dot com slash NPR each rate. Securities LLC member, sipc. If you listen to planet money, you probably love learning new things NPR has another podcast series. You might like it's called life kit. It's a collection of guides on how to get your life together from getting better sleep to saving more money. Just search life get to subscribe. It's not a secret that coke cost a nickel for so long. You can go to any antique store and see the old signs. If you go to the Coca Cola museum in Atlanta, the tour guide will tell you. And normally people on the tour will just not yet things used to be cheap. But one day a guy named Daniel Levy took his kids to that museum. It's called the world of Coca Cola and so his family's on this tour and the tour guide just mentions this nickel coke thing. And Levy thinks wait what the night heard that. I said can you say that again, and repeat that and I kind of grabbed my in my head, right? I should how can that be? Daniel Levy, you see is an economist and for him, this is a mystery. So he basically hijacks the tour starts asking all these questions. How could coke stay nickel for so long and the tour guides like, I don't know. I don't know. So Daniel goes back to Emory University where he works, and he finds Andrew Young Daniel did kind of walk in and say that he found this craze. Thing one day. And you know, I need a research assistant you want to help me out with this project is yes, ounds, really interesting. Let's do it the more. They think about it. A single price for seventy years, the stranger it. Seems this puzzle becomes really really amazing venue actually consider but has happened during that period, the great depression, three wars spanish-american World War One World War Two competitors, including Pepsi, hundreds of competitors prohibition. Various lawsuits and nano distinct made any difference. We're talking about basically like eighteen as six into the nineteen fifties all of all of these dramatic changes to the economy going on and and one constant through. It all was that you could get six and a half hours of Coca Cola found nor in a bottle or five cents. If you think that's just because Coca-Cola came up with incredible innovations to cut costs to keep the price down. This is not that story. It's a much stranger story that tour guide when Danny. Had been grilling him said you should go to the Coca-Cola archives. So Daniel and Andrew do and it has all this stuff posters. Calendars, novelty items. This is Phil Mooney. The Coca Cola company archivist? He says the company has saved everything metal sons magazine advertising radio and television advertising departmental records. The answer was definitely in there somewhere product files executive correspondence is the secret formula for coke in there somewhere that is one thing that is not there. So our economists start going through the archives Mooney. The archivist says he can't explain how nickel coke began. It was an attempt to attract customers late eighteen hundreds were the days of soda fountains. And there were lots of soda fountain drinks, they were primarily food flavored drinks oranges and grapes. And what was the cost of the competitors? Seven eight maybe ten cents somewhere five cents. But coke went very specifically to market itself. Self as an affordable product the first sale. We know is in Atlanta at a store on Peachtree road on may eighth. Eighteen eighty six. I'm reading from the Coca-Cola official history here, Dr John Stith Pemberton a local pharmacist produced the syrup for Coca-Cola and carried a jug down the street to Jacob's pharmacy where it was sampled pronounced excellent and placed on

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"andrew young" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"andrew young" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Entrepreneur Andrew Young is among a crowded failed who wants to be the twenty twenty democrat presidential nominee in his platform centers around a universal income income guaranteed. All Americans over the age of eighteen now under Young's plan each citizen will receive maybe a thousand maybe two thousand dollars a month. Over the life of their you know, every month and the plan would cost almost three trillion dollars. He says during an appearance Sunday on ABC's this week. I'm not sure whether gave this guy attention, but Yang explained how he would pay for it. We're going to be the biggest winners from a and new technologies it's going to be Amazon, Google Facebook, and we all can see the Amazon zero in federal taxes last year. So what we have to do is we have to join every other advanced economy and have a value added tax that would fall on the Amazons of the world. And because our economy is now so vast at twenty trillion dollars five trillion in the last twelve years evaluated taxes even half the European level would generate over eight hundred billion in new revenue gangs appear. He was on ABC's this weekend. I know that the United States we already have one state that does this. This has been in place in one state Alaska for almost forty years where it's universal everyone in the state gets between one and two thousand dollars a year from oil money, and because it's universal. There's no stigma attached. It's not a rich to poor transfer. And it's wildly popular in a conservative state. So what we have to do is. We have to make it right of citizenship for all Americans and do what they are doing in Alaska with oil money with technology money. There you go. So to create an entire population. That's dependent on the federal government for some cash, and he's talking about about a thousand bucks a month at least twelve thousand dollars a year, which what you're going to have is people that are gonna go cool. I'm gonna make it on try to make it on twelve thousand a year. And then you're going to have some people who go hell, I can't make it on tour. That's not enough. I've got all these kids. I've got all these kids, and I can't do it on that kind of money. Come on. You gotta do better than that. What is he do? You think about what he says about taxes these big competitors ridiculous at those big companies do not pay taxes? So you kind of agree with him. Well, I agree on from that aspect. But no as far as I guaranteed income you want tax guy, but you want the government to hang onto the money. Well. Just like we're all taxed how their tax dollars coming back to the people about don't take our taxes in the first place and let the people keep as much as possible. Well, as far as a guaranteed income bad idea, you agree with him on the tax issue. But you don't agree that the people should get get some of that money. Okay. Chris is in cedar park on the of Don show. Morning candy. So thanks on this custody flow. Carey I know Don has an issue with it. And maybe it needs to do some research. I mean to satisfy his fears. I mean, why don't you go look at Oklahoma, South Dakota, all these other states have had custody. Sotero see if endings really happened. I mean, I'm sure people know out the doom and gloom. But has anything happened? You know, Don. Well, you know that statement has anything happened people. Look like look at that like therefore it won't ever happen. Like never before. The like there's not a future you drive around. Do I drive away? Yeah. Driving? You know, there's drivers out there. So they didn't they cars away from people who you know, that because people drive drunk to take cards away. So do you think that guys are asking each other questions, and you got a question barrage? I do Dr. Sorry. I just I just have just trying to feel because the thing is that because you fear, something shouldn't take my my rights away. Why don't you go after the criminals who don't go through the process get from Abegg on shakes or or because he'll he'll carry, and, you know, no, one of those guys that they want to go to person like myself who obeys law. So you don't care for gun owner. You don't care for gun owner knows the laws or how to properly use. But what keeps saying Todd you keep saying where you got an should know the yes, you should. But I I gotta go through criminal background checks. And if I'm on a responsible gun owner, I'm gonna go to Sheena range if I have kids I'm gonna show them how to use it as well. You're assuming that every gun owner out. There is going to be just like you logging passing. Those people aren't going to. Carla doesn't follow ruse to right? So should I take away any changing gun laws? We're not talking about cars changing. Hang on a second. Chris Chris creasing on a second. You do realize you're talking to Don Cortez. So be careful. Okay. Any any law that is passed will only be followed by law abiding citizens? Okay. Yeah. All right. Well that that's comforting. I it's comforting to listen to you YouTube because it's good to know that because there hasn't been a problem in the past. There will never be a problem in the future. Let's hell that takes a lot off. Amazing. Okay. So what laws are you gotta go criminals. Don, what law they're going to be on the criminal? I'm not I'm not saying, we'll tell me because if you're if you're not, you know, convince customers carry or like background checks on I don't do any stuff and yet still the happen. So when I have the legal illegal person at least protect themselves. Chris bring and show here, man. It's I mean just think about it. Let's let's be very clear. Let's be very clear. Chris Don is safe as long as you. And I are around as such a good feeling. Yes. As long as Don, Don, you're going to be fine. As long as Chris myself, and your wife are you'll be okay? Well, all right. If I go with what y'all are saying, then the hell with learning how to use a gun properly not saying that you Honey sent I'm not saying they are saying that it. No, no. I'm not saying what are you twelve right now calling me Nancy come on, man. Let's have an adult conversation here. Yeah. Let's all right. Let's do that. Yeah. Anybody that owns a gun? You should know how to use it properly. Yes. You should. But costumers constitutional carry means yet don't have to you. Don't have to know what the hell you're doing. You don't have that note that says you don't have to now. Okay. You don't have to. We don't have him beat my head against the wall here. I know bait my head against a wall acts calmed down. We already don't have to you can go buy a gun. Never learn how to use it. Well, it's just good to know. Since nothing is happened in the past regarding this there won't be a problem in the future. That is a big relief to me. So I got that out of the conversation. And that's good to know. Thank you. You're going to be it Carl is on airport boulevard Carl. Hey, Carl how you doing? So this whole universe. Our healthcare. Universal incomes or basic income. The president's Canada's one doing. Yeah. I don't think it's how much they do. They'll have to probably find that sweet spot. But I think if they don't give too much. Wow. Tell me everything went blank. They're just call us back Carl. He was on airport boulevard, and he supports this universal basic income of a thousand dollars a month..

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"andrew young" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:41 min | 2 years ago

"andrew young" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"All right. Let's take a look at the candidate list. We may need helium. I'm not sure yet. Sarah, we may need helium for this. Because look at the wonderful list of candidates that we have coming our way. And I don't think we need to helium quite yet. But there's a we've been doing this. We have a beta, and I don't mean this is relates to Beto. But a beta version of our power rankings. If you are a fan of sports, you'll see this all across all the leagues do the SPN power rankings of the NBA teams. Are are you know, the the best teams in the league, which ones are the worst. And so we've done this with candidates. We've got a a formula that takes into account about thirty different categories between polling fundamentals fundraising various, different things. And so we have an updated list that we've just put out a getting we're not completely final with the formula who still working through that. Would you like to? Oh through this here. Glenn? Yes. I'm a five fi-. There's basically kind of five tiers of candidates right now, you have the front runners you have those that got a shot. Yeah. You have those who I mean if everything goes, right? Yeah. Maybe right. Then you have the fourth category, which is like probably not and then you have the fifth category. Which is like I mean, come on. What are you? What are you doing? Well, I think that's where everybody put Donald Trump last time. That is. Yes. A handful of people this that everybody was like. And that's why it takes the moment. It looks at the polling. It looks at all the stuff at that moment. It's a snapshot. Okay. Go ahead. So very bottom category. It's a zero to one hundred scale between seventeen and twenty you have Marianne Williamson, and John Delaney. They are the very bottom county area and Williamson the the guru guru. She's running for president. That's it's an interesting one because there's not a crazy. This is a there's a couple of scenarios that actually could give her rise in that. She's like a Kardashians. Guru, for example. Kim Kardashian comes out and starts tweeting about her candidacy a hundred times, you know, what she is she she should be the Oprah guru candidate. Right. Oprah loves her loves her. She's actually has a very big social following. She's the one of these like new wage gurus all those shows. And that's that's not your world. Right. Because it's certainly not mine. But if it's if it's not your world, you might not be aware that she actually has some reach whether she turns into a candidate. I mean, she would need her celebrity friends to really pitch for her k next category. Which is you know. I can probably not going to happen guys. We have Andrew Young. Tulsi Gabbard Pete Buddha. Judge Jay Inslee John Hickenlooper. They're all between on our scoreboard between twenty three and thirty three. So again, this is a zero to one hundred scale towards the bottom of this. You know, I don't know if you see do you see anyone out of there? I mean, the Andrew Young has made some news. But I don't think he's coming out does not necessarily good. I mean, Pete Buddha. Judges is a favorite. I would not be. I would not rule him out for vice presidential candidate. It would be the first openly gay vice presidential candidate on either party. I think the Democrats would likes to set a precedent. I'm so sick is all they care about is is identity. I know. I'm so sick of it. What group can we can we take you? Can we use for our own benefit? Okay. So next now, we're up to if everything goes, right, maybe which is Kirsten gillibrand and Julian Castro now, the exact opposite of everything going right is happening with Kirsten gillibrand. I mean. This is a zero of candidacy so far. I mean, she has been invisible she has had no success. She showing up south of Tulsi Gabbard in some of these polls is not a good start for her. You never know. Maybe she could turned around. But I think I honestly would not if if I had to pick right now the first candidate of any note to drop out of this race, it's her she is this is just been a disastrous launch for for gillibrand who's coming. You know, it's a New York Senator you'd think there'd be something faster for while. Don't you think zero she's just zero? I kind of I mean, but she's she kinda tied herself into the news with the whole metoo thing shoes, very publishes. She went after she went after Al Franken, by the way in one of the big issues within the party is that. Yeah. Because people didn't like that the metoo standards apply to their guy. I think I think the me too thing is so yesterday that is just you're just if you were big in in that movement. In politics. I think that's just it turned to scummy. I mean, it was just it could have been good, but it became so political. And so it was marked in time. Every marked in time. Everyone knows the underlying premise is good. Yeah. Right. That dead. Bright women if they are abused should have Justice. Correct. However people who jumped in to use it as for a political tool. Don't come out looking so nice zero. Okay. So the next one is they've got a chance three here in this category. With a forty eight score is Elizabeth Warren fifties. Amy klobuchar fifty four Cory Booker, those are the three in that category out of that Cory Booker. Nope. He's just a fake. He's just a fate. Yes. He feels fake. He's e that Spartacus moment. I would love love for him to be the candidate. Because he is so easy to mock and make fun of. He is really is just he's just a total fake. But I mean when you're running in a field with FOCA Hanis. I mean fake is where it's at. Elizabeth Warren zero chance zero chance again, I stopped saying zero chance over the years. I remember the first time I said, I will never say again there's zero chances when Howard Dean lost Iowa. He was ahead by like, a zillion points a week before that election in my recollection. And then all of a sudden he lost. And all of a sudden the whole thing fell apart. Yeah, he was killing it in that race. Yeah. For months, and then it was he was just gone after one speech. I mean, remember he lost Iowa before that speech? So that was not the cause. Why does that fall apart? I mean, Kerry just beat him. I think you know, dean had a lot of the grassroots momentum. And a lot of the far far left. Now, of course, Howard Dean would be an ultra conservative in this year's lineup. Oh my gosh. An ultra conservative not only we he not be allowed to be the progressive candidate. I don't think he'd be allowed in the in the party. Yeah. I have a really I have something really good to share with you about the, you know, the masks coming off. I have something really good to share with you. And the final tears are are front runners. So in third place as of right now, according to the Glenn Beck program of candidate power ratings. Beto? Iraq is our Bob. Franken Rourke is his real name. He's at a sixty five on the zero to one hundred scale Kamala Harris at sixty seven and first place. Bernie Sanders sixty nine now again, Joe Biden has not announced yet. So he's not included in this. He will I would be very surprised if he's not leading this once he does announce, but you know, who knows how long that Joe Biden is going to be I I mean, I have no idea how this because they're either just eating their own. But Joe Biden is the one that could unite everybody that that is a democrat, and they can say, you know, what our party has gone crazy. Gives them an excuse. It's Joe Biden, he's not crazy, blah, blah, blah. It's who he puts on the under ticket. And I'm sorry. But Joe Biden was the most progressive in the Senate before he became vice-president a his point the other day when he said, I am the most progressive person running for president either. I the person who might run for president. Right. That whole moment is true people forget that. He was a no the thing is he's been around a long time. He's one hundred and forty four years old. So, you know, back in eighteen ninety six his policies kind seem conservative compared to what the where the party is today when he said he said things like he was all of his old stances. We have one today. Oh, yeah. We have this nineteen Eighty-three video clip here, we play this real quick. This is Joe Biden in nineteen eighty three on the supreme court. President Roosevelt clearly had the right to send to the United States Senate in the United States. Congress proposal to pack the court. It was totally within his right to do that violated. No law. He was legal mystically. Absolutely, correct. But it was a bonehead idea. It was a terrible terrible mistake. Question for an entire decade the independence of the most significant body, including the congress, in my view, the most significant body in this country, the supreme court of the United States of America. No, first of all, no. But Secondly, you're not allowed to be against core packing now. Now, it's like a main plank in the Democratic Party. But if can you bring that can you bring that video backup for a second. Because he he's changed. He's flip flopped on positions on something else too. If you look at the picture of the video of Joe, Biden, go ahead and roll that please. Roosevelt. Clearly the sound. He was also anti hair plug at that point. Oh, yeah. A few few lucky clearly didn't have any hair plugs at that point and nine hundred eighty three I would've have guessed I guess that was a pre nineteen Eighty-three job. Yeah. It did. Look like, it looks like one of those jobs. Will remember remember when they first came out? And they were like just like corn rows, the his leg. Just took a stock of corn. And just. In your head is so bizarre. I would have thought that as well. But that's a good. Look there on Joe when I come back, I want to share this. You know, I said at some point the masks will come off. I have a couple of good friends that send me all books and everything else. They sent me something last night. And I wanna I wanna share what they what they sent. Because it shows where we are. It's a little bit of history that was foreshadowing today with the guy that everyone says is the architect of where we are today. And I'll share that with.

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"andrew young" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"andrew young" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"And just be married is bullshit. But but I like the rest of it. Andrew Young blood. The last movie, I took my son to see goosebumps to haunted Halloween. Okay. Finally, somebody really, no. Has seen post to how does it? Hold up to one and kill me right now. I'll tell you. I liked the book better. Twenty seven. I saw it was awful. The road together, we saw goosebumps wind, and what an experience, I actually I think fluid deal with it tells us to with Jack black because I was in a meeting with bin didn't hide the fact enjoy goosebumps. What? Belting project within the friend and then came up to. Namedrop you get in with them. Because. I saw that on the road. He's like, oh, what do you think? It's good. I I don't know why I care when he goes. It didn't. Later, he pulled out of the thing, and my My friend friend was. was was on with me was just like convince us it's because the goosebumps thing with after watching goose wants to say with the amount of time that Jack black was in goosebumps too. I don't think he was a fan of goosebumps one. Wasn't that good? So. He was in four minutes of the movie, he's shows up at the end. That's it. Whoa. More waste their there. Get. Yeah. You weren't going to see that clock in the walls, or whatever it's called can't handle. I can't handle the googly eyes in the front row. It's fucking too much. Creepy generally. Those are just regular glasses. Great podcast content. Tala wean he's a black. Do my weight. All right. Great answers, you guys. Thanks love. That segment of the show. The haughty is super into a. Everybody's pumped care way. For what's gonna happen? Max. And that's because I say turn it off bird. Learn. All we got name tags. We got propaganda. We got mass. We got costumes. We got light up shit. We got candy. We got it. All. Piggy name tag, you guys while you do that. We'll do this. We'll be right back..

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"andrew young" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"andrew young" Discussed on WCHS

"Thirty six eighty nine for your free author submission kit again eight hundred five zero one three thousand six eighty nine welcome back to the jim bohannon show at one eight six six five zero jimbo one eight six six five zero five four six two six we're talking with andrew young he has been a chief executive officer cofounder or executive of a number of tech and education companies and he is running for president in the year twenty twenty on a a platform that will get into as it has to do with one of the logical conclusions of his book the war on normal people from hatchet books now then if we have substantial numbers of people who in fact have done their best they have studied hard they have acquired what are considered to be twenty first century skills they're not in the least lazy and literally the economy reaches a point where it says yeah you guys you got all kinds of credentials there but we just don't need you anymore you have to understand here we make make widgets here at amalgamated widgets and your credentials i'm sorry you're holiest back if i keep using people like you as hard working his trained as you are it's going to cost me more to make widgets more slowly with less cost control if you have people who've gone all that distance in who have become economically obsolete do we just take them out and shoot them i think not well happily we lived in a democracy so we can decide for themselves what we wanna do well within four people but one of the great things about the way you framed it is that this is not like a lisi nece married someone like didn't prepare adequately because as you.

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Martin Luther King anniversary: the US Civil Rights Trail

24 Hour News

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Martin Luther King anniversary: the US Civil Rights Trail

"The winner is here she is probably you know getting seeking financial and legal advice i'm jacky civil rights leader martin luther king junior is being honored this week during the fiftieth anniversary of his assassination in memphis participants include his daughter former us attorney eric holder and civil rights leader the reverend jesse jackson jackson in memphis on monday says king's speech on april third one thousand nine hundred sixty eight seem to foretell his death the following day the mountaintop i may not get i remember ministers minimum crying it was interesting done them king was supporting striking sanitation workers when he came to memphis to lead a peaceful march he was talking with friends on the balcony of the lorraine motel on april fourth when he was struck by a rifle bullet and killed former united nations ambassador andrew young was there and describes the gruesome scene the bullet had knocked him out of his shoes and i ran up in there he was laying in his own blood with his whole spinal cord exposed clara esther also witnessed it to lay there with his eyes open looking toward heaven get saying the promised land and he may not get there with us but he promised that we as a people we'll see museums and activists have organized three days of marches speeches and conferences to remember king and his legacy a new state law let's teachers in indiana keep teaching kids the right stuff it's a schools can continue to teach cursive writing if they want the legislature just approved a new law that allows schools to teach students how to write in cursive as an optional class some legislators wanted to make it mandatory but that was voted down the times in northwest indiana reports that state education officials made cursive lessons optional seven years ago about twenty percent of the schools were teaching cursive even without a law explicitly authorizing it according to state education department survey last year ethiopia sworn in a young an outspoken leader who is elected prime minister amid hopes he will be able to quell antigovernment protests that have rocked the country i'll be matches forty two was elected by ethiopia's parliament to succeed highly martyrdom desa leeann resigned in mid february as a result of widespread protests that have taken the.

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Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., Fifty Years After His Death

24 Hour News

02:39 min | 3 years ago

Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., Fifty Years After His Death

"To the sun well their names anyway and for a pitch man none other than william shatner captain james t kirk from star trek parker's silver probe is going to help us learn about how the sun works and how the facts life and technology here anyone can submit their names which will be sent on the probe headed to the sun once it's launched this summer it'll eventually come within four million miles of the sun closer than any other spacecraft temperatures will reach twenty five hundred degrees as zips in and out of the atmospheric hot zone now says accepting name submissions until april twentyseventh at nasa dot gov civil rights leader martin luther king junior's being honored this week during the fiftieth anniversary of his assassination in memphis participants include his daughter former us attorney eric holder and civil rights leader the reverend jesse jackson jackson in memphis on monday says king's speech on april third nineteen sixty eight seemed to foretell his death the following day i may not get there i remember ministers men were crying it was interesting kind of than king was supporting striking sanitation workers when he came to memphis to lead a peaceful march he was talking with friends on the balcony of the lorraine motel on april fourth when he was struck by a rifle bullet and killed former united nations ambassador andrew young was there and describes the gruesome scene the bullet had knocked him out of issues and i ran up in there he was laying in his own blood with his whole spinal cord exposed clara esther also witnessed it to lay there with his eyes open looking toward heaven saying the promised land and he may not get there with us but he promised that we as a people we'll see the promise museums and activists have organized three days of marches speeches and conferences to remember king and his legacy ten headlines from the associated press in one minute ten in one chinese raise tariffs us pork apples and other products and a growing trade dispute with washington president trump called on congress to pass new border wall legislation using the nuclear option if necessary investigators they a deadly suv crash off a california cliff may have been intentional costa rica's ruling party candidate easily wins the presidential victory over an evangelical pastor israel says the deal has been reached with the united nations to resettle african asylum seekers in the west a.

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"andrew young" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"andrew young" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Defeat at that is today's bloomberg andrew young teased him report john tucker thank you so much one of the great things about market turmoil as you here from people the acclaimed michael rosenberg is just sent me in a note he notes the bloomberg financial conditions index has plunged he makes clear it is just that a single data point plunge it'll be interesting to see if that changes to a greater economy dampening off of this market turmoil chris michael rosenberg with is absolutely iconic work at deutsche bank in merrill lynch for years and his classic textbook of twenty years ago good to hear from michael rosenberg unfair wanted to bring in marked the marcus the mokkassed ready for bloomberg gadfly yeah a smart summary i think we've gotta make ready clear what's been happening in the last twenty four as there was a massive trade that built up over several years and it was the show volatility and many of these individuals the was short volatility to get exposure to that trade used exchanged traded notes some of them today quite clearly in some extreme difficulty and those the to cover that short volatility tried is the vicks a spunk from sight itinerary january two the fifty that we saw this morning as say it clearly go to south elsewhere as well and i think that's what's happening that's what didn't cuttitta macro risk advises believes is happening he would also take it a step further and say that that shortfall trade has officially blown up to markets ashworth what is the price section of the screen the last twentyfour asked specifically around volatility main to you what means the the adults in the rue allegedly the risk manages here all moving in to take control away from verse trading desks who of um a of blowing things up as lots of storage around the streets of that happening very spices and that's what's going to happen for the next few days and weeks off to this is a volley at risk models that saw lots of institutions ron we'll have being um blindsided by a fact that in recent history and you can go back more than one hundred days of all these models runoff but much much nozzle in that whereby in a zero rate environ or very low rates environment it's very hard for full for funds and my money managers around to make money therefore there is a real um temptation and that's what.

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"andrew young" Discussed on Pod Save the People

Pod Save the People

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"andrew young" Discussed on Pod Save the People

"Aw what i have not seen um and be curious foot with other folks thoughts are on this i would have not seen as a thorough accounting of the extent to which they operate inside systems directly not just their beliefs but like literally their membership um and what efforts are if any are really being done to stop that um you know for example uh i know that the military has a policy uh banning extremist groups uh from serving in the military um but i to my knowledge there is not a similar policy four police departments for other agencies and government um and so i'm i'm wondering what can be done to identify these folks to prevent them from entering a systems where they have more power to cause more harm um and how we can actually you know effectively stop is type of holland's raveling what i think is interesting about this is that this is one of those things at lake people don't believe until those data you know like people are been saying this for a long time before a lotta pupil was until this new story came out that they are like wow there are people in the kkk that a prisons and leg are running jail than are on the force so andrew young recently made a comment that was sort of there was in the vein of lakewood there just poor white people and they are also sort of oppressed in somebody's thoughtfully on twitter replied like you know on okay he remembers that are not poor people that are like highly educated.

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"andrew young" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"andrew young" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Andrew young plus those white supremacists in charlottesville mm we'll take an inside look at last week's may have and at the men behind the bar sadly it because our rivals or a bunch of stupid animals we don't pay attention uh they couldn't just get out of the way of his car also a debate is it better to ignore kkk and nazi marchers order confront them even with violence joining me for insight and analysis are eugene robinson of the washington post peggy noonan columnist for the wall street journal stephen hayes editor in chief of the weekly standard and former democratic congresswoman donna edwards of meryl walk on this sunday it's meet the press reviewed bc in washington the longest running through and history celebrating seven this is the purpose good sunday morning let's say upfront that years from now this will not be remembered as the week steve bannon left the white house make no mistake while his departure may have significant consequences in the months to come was actually widely expected even by hip no this will be remembered as the week for choosing sides president trump seem to choose his though this may not have been his intention the president's equivocation over who was to blame for the violence in charlottesville allowed whitesupremicist to claim him as being on their side here the covers of three national magazines and while some may see liberal bias in the mainstream press the economist the one on the right they're often reflects international opinion yesterday demonstrations were held across the country against white supremacy the largest was in boston where some forty thousand people gathered thirty three people were arrested mostly for disorderly conduct too many of us who studied this administration mr trump this week chose to become.

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"andrew young" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"andrew young" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"There and are pumping money andrew young conification route there uh quite a while ago on every round at the money a morale dynamic ethnic her bond from avdo air or finally where can i wrote if needed work like 10 years show it early ripac yeah well you gotta remember something you got a roadblock sitting there in the us senate from ohio named bush sherrod brown in this guy i know he he he shows up at shows up at all the cocktail parties and stop and you know he's good buddies with hillary clinton and stuff but you know his agendas the tax the hell out of all the working people and give breaks to his wealthy ah wall street crowd and stuff like that but as far standing up for the working people he has been pretty lousy my book but we gotta marine it's got to run against again josh mandel so hopefully change come into maybe we can pushed sharaad in early retirement because you lobbies democrats once they get an office regardless what it is and i think he's been a career politician they think they're and tighter to a job the rest of your life and stuff so i think the american people's going to send a powerful message with the way things are shaping up i mean mi well hot air or little goofy denied or you think i make any sense ah now i think that probably well man i i think that now novi a lot better for ohio now florida okay need a lot of straightening out they are so bad before i get off her i'm on and all of our our prayers out the olive crop occur family locker off her weekend pathway the other one guy backed away yesterday though i it was in critical condition that's really sad and i haven't got the details because i've been you know on the road haven't had a chance we'll see radio and a heavens seen any tv really i just heard about the headlines but uh we talked about it last night we've been talking about it in i've got a lot of friends and law enforcement.

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"andrew young" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"andrew young" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"One do what he adds trade show on andrew young now says that fighting to replace georgia's confederate flag was lightly a costly mistake grohmann leadership in any i want to speak to those of you who voted for donald trump at first of all i want to say i get it i actually do your unhappy with the way things are going very moral fabric in which we have made progress will become divorced relations in america failed oh you i mean my goodness you have people on fox news that are supposedly trump supporters crying and boohooing with a with a towel and napkin in their hand because they can't keep the tears and falling for all the damage trump has done to race relations in the country since he took office you've got you've got the oddity of andrew young former mayor of atlanta he saying listen these taking down of the confederate statues these things are these things aren't helping they're not getting to the root of the problems and you've got just the cnn's the msnbc's in the daily coasts and the huffington post the jimmy kimmel's of the world just going bananas thinking that trump has some house slated dragon hour or or slapped someone's mother war that even worse taken a campaign donation and an endorsement from the white nationalist that's that's what you are to believe and we got a lot more than just the fall out of charlottesville to cover today and i promise we'll get into all of it but before we do in the monologue i want to play you what even newt gingrich said on fox news.

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"andrew young" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"andrew young" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"The man this never had to fight to play a sport yeah which is the white men in the mirror and because dr king in lowery in in in andrew young and a lot of the guys they were marching but until those catholic priest came down from massachusetts out as a fact got killed yep that changed the ball that say the ball and then when bloody bloody sunday happen on national television yup so until some of these white guy you also you know what that's right college right i didn't agree i wish he had a gun at your so i'll white star right you're not lydia i wish you i wish there with another way he could have got out attention to focus on this issue but this is the way he chose i don't agree with but what he's doing is right and i'm gonna say you know why gardner that white stories he's gonna get attacked on social media like great you know at night out and he's gonna have to have taken of skin or closed enough is the social media that he's don't care what the reaction taken a step further i think it actually has to be an owner that needs to be done with the whenever player that is on the team ends not do it with the caveat that they didn't agree with how he did rise that again just reinforces that he did something wrong now on i wanted to tell you that the undisputed podcast is brought to you by barbara saw the biggest thing to happen to barbara so since shaving cream is also the only thing to happen to barbara so since shaving cream introducing new barbara soul razors the brand america trust for a close comfortable shave now has premium disposable razors barbara so's closeshave technology on every razor means you get an advance pivoting had and also within open flow blades the ulcers six plus razor also features a seventh blade specifically designed to refine in style tricky areas like under the nose sideburns in beard.

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"andrew young" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"andrew young" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"And my second actually i got really shy weirdly race day i did much better all adrenaline yup and then second said next to nothing and felt real stupid so i even on my way out i apologize i seconds and justin said don't worry nobody expects you to come in and on the room immediately and i was just i thought a very sweet and wonderful thing to say and it definitely took the pressure off like everybody understands that i'm the new person and they know that i don't have experience in a room um so naval nuclear andrew young on six for the sort of to um the that's great i mean it's all year round open i could not have been like it and to end up on the show uh what are your concerns going forward basically i don't know what this job is you're doing i'm doing it i'm doing this part of it but you know they're talking about when we go into production like i don't know what my responsibilities are once we actually get into set i don't know what the pace of the show is going to be in terms of production like right now are days or so easy work like i just have no idea they're all but yeah yeah which we want um yeah like i don't know what i'm going to have to do on site um i have no idea really would anything i i don't know what life is gonna look like or the next year what are you feeling confident about going on.

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