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When Biden 'speaking from his heart' doesn't speak for US

AP News Radio

01:04 min | Last month

When Biden 'speaking from his heart' doesn't speak for US

"President president president president Biden's Biden's Biden's Biden's been been been been giving giving giving giving his his his his personal personal personal personal opinions opinions opinions opinions on on on on Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and aids aids aids aids are are are are quick quick quick quick to to to to say say say say he's he's he's he's not not not not declaring declaring declaring declaring changes changes changes changes in in in in US US US US policy policy policy policy over over over over the the the the past past past past month month month month the the the the president's president's president's president's called called called called Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin Putin Putin a a a a war war war war criminal criminal criminal criminal this this this this man man man man cannot cannot cannot cannot remain remain remain remain in in in in power power power power and and and and given given given given a a a a stark stark stark stark label label label label to to to to Russian Russian Russian Russian actions actions actions actions in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine I I I I call call call call the the the the genocide genocide genocide genocide regime regime regime regime change change change change in in in in Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow is is is is not not not not official official official official U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. policy policy policy policy and and and and the the the the president president president president acknowledges acknowledges acknowledges acknowledges a a a a genocide genocide genocide genocide declaration declaration declaration declaration has has has has to to to to be be be be decided decided decided decided by by by by the the the the lawyers lawyers lawyers lawyers but but but but how how how how should should should should the the the the world world world world judges judges judges judges comments comments comments comments he's he's he's he's the the the the president president president president of of of of the the the the United United United United States States States States he he he he speaks speaks speaks speaks for for for for the the the the United United United United States States States States but but but but spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki says says says says the the the the president president president president also also also also speaks speaks speaks speaks for for for for himself himself himself himself from from from from the the the the heart heart heart heart shoot shoot shoot shoot from from from from the the the the shoulder shoulder shoulder shoulder is is is is his his his his phrase phrase phrase phrase but but but but as as as as former former former former Obama Obama Obama Obama adviser adviser adviser adviser David David David David Axelrod Axelrod Axelrod Axelrod said said said said six six six six years years years years ago ago ago ago about about about about Donald Donald Donald Donald trump's trump's trump's trump's off off off off the the the the cuff cuff cuff cuff comments comments comments comments presidents presidents presidents presidents shooting shooting shooting shooting first first first first and and and and thinking thinking thinking thinking about about about about it it it it later later later later is is is is dangerous dangerous dangerous dangerous because because because because people people people people can can can can actually actually actually actually start start start start shooting shooting shooting shooting based based based based on on on on what what what what they they they they say say say say Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Fresh update on "axelrod" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:57 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "axelrod" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Play cut three. The future is not just happening. The future is built by us by a powerful community as you here in this room. We have some means to improve the states of the world, so that we act all a stakeholders of larger communities that we serve not our only self interests, but we serve the community and second that we collaborate. Straight out of central casting for the Bond villain. I mean, they couldn't pick anybody. They couldn't pick the French guy or they couldn't pick the Spanish guide. It's always got to be the German person that wants to rule the world. Not exactly good PR strategy. But what's so interesting is that the tactic to try to combat all the conspiracy culture is straight out of the Barack Obama playbook. So Barack Obama wrote a book called dreams from my father, a very bizarre title, by the way, not dreams. It was either dreams of my father or dreams from my father. It was a very bizarre title. I'm just the word choice in particular. And Obama in this book, he wrote in great detail about everything he did wrong in his life. Now this is when Obama wasn't very as dreams from my father. That's right. And it was about everything he did wrong in his life. All the drugs that he did, all of his regrets, and this was a unique and different political communication strategy that was being deployed by David axelrod and David plouffe and Valerie Jarrett. You see, the communication strategy that was being used by Barack Obama was being trial ballooned and was being tested, which is instead of trying to cover up and hide what might one day be a scintillating, very sexy or spicy news story against you, just lead with it, and therefore anyone when they try to mention it and say, oh, that's already been reported on. You see, you reveal your greatest vulnerability publicly, and it lessens the impact that that item has as a potential news story. It's very paradoxical because you would think that they would want to hide their greatest vulnerabilities. Now, do they lead with every single one of their secrets? Of course not. There's plenty of things that these people the World Economic Forum are doing that they don't want to be public. But the civilizational turning stuff, the things of which the entire world hinges, the World Economic Forum, Davos, Klaus Schwab, they've come up with an idea said, hey, instead of us trying to destroy private property and eradicate borders and get rid of meat, which is one of their goals or diminish America is a world superpower, another one of their goals, which we'll get into. What if we, instead of trying to just hide as if we don't want that? What if we publicly espouse that? It will make it seem as if there's nothing to really report on here. The media can buy into it because they agree with those things anyway. You see, these 8 predictions at the World Economic Forum has that have been published. We've covered it before on our podcast on our radio program, but we must go through it again. And even as I go through this again, I learned something new. If this document was leaked instead of published, it would be the number one news story in the world. But the fact that they publish it and it kind of hides in plain sight, no one feels as if it's a news item, because it's, well, if they actually are publishing it themselves, how big of a story could it possibly be? And you see this peppered throughout all of the communication strategy at the world's elites at this, at this gathering. Now you're going to see in the next couple of days, you're going to see people from Klaus Schwab to Leonardo DiCaprio. If you might remember Greta Thunberg's famous. How dare you speech? It was given either at the World Economic Forum or the United Nations assembly. I think it was the World Economic Forum where she did that. But you see the World Economic Forum, they wrote the book called the great reset. This phrase the great reset is something very important that I want to reemphasize with you. Because once you understand the internationalist pressure, to reset global currency, to try to squeeze national sovereignty, then all of a sudden it is a proper lens to be able to view all the otherwise confusing news items that are unfolding around you. Why are they printing all of this money? Because they want to reset the currency. Why are they letting in all these people into our country from different lands? Because they want to destroy the borders. Why is it? That they're constantly trying to have us metal in foreign wars, but not care about our own citizens. They want to destroy America's prowess as U.S. world superpower. And they don't hide it. It's not a conspiracy if it's published on their own website. Where the world's most powerful people unite and collaborate. According to Klaus Schwab. To destroy the American way of life, and it's unfolding right now. In Davos, Switzerland. And if you are Republican leader, politician or member of the media is not mentioning Davos, then they are either to cowardly, they're corrupt or they do not know what they're talking about at all whatsoever..

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Christopher Phillips: We Were Prepared to Ask Questions to News Panel

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | Last month

Christopher Phillips: We Were Prepared to Ask Questions to News Panel

"What led up to you posing that question. In other words, did you have that planned out? Was it spontaneous? I mean, it looked like you were you were sort of reading a prepared text, which was wonderful off your phone, but tell us what led up to you even being there in the first place. Well, you know, being a student at the University of Chicago, we have access to a lot of different great resources. You know, I love this school for that. I write for a publication called the Chicago thinker, which is the premier publication of the University of Chicago. And so we obtained press passes for this event, put on by the institute of politics at our school, run by David axelrod, titled disinformation and the erosion of democracy. So of course, when you hear this, you know that 100% it's a chance to spread this information. So we come in and we're prepared to ask questions, right? It's not going to be an echo chamber. We're going to come in and we're going to press them for the truth because we have seen time and time again. These members of the legacy media are experts at spring

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How Democrats Can Still Deliver Some of BBB's Presents

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | 5 months ago

How Democrats Can Still Deliver Some of BBB's Presents

"News. Jake, good morning tries on the special report last night with Bret baier. And I made the comment that the Democrats are not gone through the 5 stages of grief yet, which are anger, denial, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. They're not even a depression yet. They're not accepting that Joe Manchin rides the wind as does Kirsten sinema. When are they going to get there? Well, it's interesting. I'm just reading some of the news this morning because as you note, we are dark this week. So I was able to sleep a little bit later than usual. David axelrod wrote an op-ed today in the New York Times saying this. It's through a retooled BBB Biden can achieve significant durable durable progress on some priorities that will benefit children and families for generations, and Democrats would be wise to celebrate and tout those games instead of complaining about what wasn't possible. That's really interesting to me. And I think a lot of Democrats are going to have to get to that place because if you could get Joe Manchin isn't suggesting as you know kind of in your opening, what you just said, and they're able to get something, which Joe Manchin is again, he is willing to do a deal. Democrats should be able to tout that and should be able to have a celebrate that. Just because they couldn't get exactly what they wanted. And yes, I understand the frustration that one senator controlled the democratic agenda. I get that. It is frustrating. But that is Congress. And that is a 50 50 Senate. And if it wasn't, so that's kind of what I think that's a very smart point by axelrod. And I think axelrod has experienced here that would be useful.

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GM recalls all Chevy Bolts due to fire risk

WSB programming

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

GM recalls all Chevy Bolts due to fire risk

"Expands its recall of Chevy Bolts The recall will replace two defective battery modules they say are at risk of catching fire. In rare circumstances. The recall is expanded to all volt models from 2019 through 2022 reporter Jim Axelrod says owners should not leave the cars in the garage overnight to charge

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As Tempers Flare in the Air, Flight Crews Learn Self-Defense

WBZ Midday News

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

As Tempers Flare in the Air, Flight Crews Learn Self-Defense

"Growing trend in the airline industry. Self defense training for airline crews. JetBlue flight attendant Katie under Dunk, never thought she'd need to deliver a knockout punch on the job being crazy out there lately, So it's better to know what to do to defend ourselves. Federal air marshals in this training session, teaching flight crews how to disarm unruly passengers got to get your turn. It's been a record setting year with nearly 3900 incidents in the air. One Southwest flight attendant was struck in the face of Frontier Airlines crew had to strap this man to his seat after allegedly groping two of them. That's CBS's Jim Axelrod reporting. It's

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"axelrod" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

02:11 min | 9 months ago

"axelrod" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"The nominee that eventually represents the democratic party down. There comes out stronger because they ran a good campaign they understand how to run a good campaign and they understand how to deliver their message or whether it becomes you know just a complete mess and wounds the other each wounded all right here here. My two quick points. Chris is a survivor has had a lot of incarnations says murphy mentioned but there has to be a freshness date somewhere here and he may run into that In this election and the second thing is you know to santa's isn't just a kind of a an innocent bystander. in this whole saga of cove it. he has made his resistance to mask mandates And his sort of Slow adoption of public health measures A badge of honor because he thinks it helps them in the republican presidential primary. And it could be that his embrace of those things ends up tripping him up right right. That could be the shakespearean outcome. I'd add one. Footnote often candidates who come up out of broward county culturally. Don't play as well. Statewide broward county as long island. All trees and the central florida and other places. That are very key The panhandle jacksonville duval county. They don't always resonate to candidates from broward like nicky. As but we're seeing he's flamboyant enough to maybe breakthrough all right guys. We're at a time. Always good to be together as a group and yeah i guess are- their read the bulletin newsletter Again Exxon could be bullshit. But we'll find out this week. We're going to publish the long lost secret photo of david axelrod when he starred in a short-lived. Abc tv cop show axes rules at the corner of crime and justice. We have a very special fono putting a newsletter. It never got the attention it deserves. The critics run fair alrighty. Thank you every time you always fun at the three migos..

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The Worst Speech of Biden's Presidency

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:04 min | 9 months ago

The Worst Speech of Biden's Presidency

"Welcome back america. I'm you david. Drucker joins me from the washington. Examiner david maybe the worst presidential speeches in a crisis ever david axelrod said we needed bay of pigs. We didn't get it. There was a whisper of a threat against the taliban. Have you found. Let me say it's easy to find an avalanche of criticism even from his traditional. Did anyone think it was a good speech. Anybody at all david. You might be on mute trucker there. Yeah you'd you're there now. Did anybody think it was a good speech. Well david you're breaking up again. It's a cell phone. Let's let's hang up and try again. And i really do want to hear from drucker if i've missed any. I want to be fair to the president as he has been unfair to millions of people in afghanistan. I don't wanna present one side. Is he presented one side. I wanna give someone a chance. I just can't find it. Nobody except members of his staff are defending the speech truckers. Back with try again david. Is anyone defending that speech. Well his as you noted members of staff or defending the speech there are democratic activists and analysts out there depending speech But i think by and large he had to audiences here we had a domestic audience and he had an overseas audience adversaries and allies alike and i think it misses the mark in in in regard to explaining his broader strategy and making clear that whatever the images people were seeing on tv This wasn't Indicative of of us policy but the challenge for the president is even had he done that. There is damage done because of the images that people have seen images to his own foreign policy agenda because presumably. He wants to play hard ball with certain actors out there. They're going to look at what happened and say or else. What and that's a problem. He is going to have to deal with

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Report Concludes Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Female Staffers

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

01:51 min | 10 months ago

Report Concludes Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Female Staffers

"Long awaited report on governor andrew cuomo and his And charges of sexual harassment is out and it is blistering. I don't think this ends well for governor cuomo. I don't think he'll be governor of the state of new york that law. This long anticipated report about the behavior of new york governor andrew cuomo along ago former client of mine. I should add for editorial integrity are will amex's even more interesting than we can get your so you guys carry the conversation. The headline is Cuomo sexually harassed current and former state employees creating a hostile work environment for women in violation of state and federal law. According to the attorney general latisha james. So what does it mean for cuomo. Who's up for reelection next year. Well here's my question. David especially since you were for the thing that surprises me about all this is that it seems to have been a pattern of behavior for a long time and a lot of it. How did he is. How did he skate this for so long. I did not see that particular behavior. I mean he can be tough on people around him. There's no doubt about it. I didn't see that particular behavior then. And i don't know if his behavior changed you're right. It was over a long period of time. When i worked for him. He was running for attorney general in the state but also times have changed and so people are more willing to come forward. It takes a lot to come forward. The interesting thing is this report. Gibbs was something that cuomo asked for ryan he asked for it because he was under siege ended bought him some time. The question is now that it's here is to borrow a phrase is time up it is and i'll tell you your question about how affect his reelection is moot. There won't be a re-election you think he won't even run give. I think he'll be impeached rather

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What Is Going on With KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics?

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:44 min | 10 months ago

What Is Going on With KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics?

"We've been tracking too. I mean they're all it's all kind of one story but has divided into several different stories. This point which is the acquisition the investment and then the acquisition of k. k. w. beauty and kylie beauty into cody. And how cody which is a conglomerate that owns lots of different brands obviously k. w. and kylie were kardashian brand seed beauty was the their contract manufacturer and now it's become very complicated. See beauty was suing k. K. w. an kylie over sharing trade secrets with cody. And now they're sort of genius or not so genius trying to rebrand Katie only and reformulate to be like vegan and clean but when we all really know what they're doing is they have to make formula so that they're not using see beauties. ip and like they can serve accord allegedly. I didn't even put that together. Just released this morning and i was like. Oh of course. They're going to get on the clean. We're all using the in the air quotation marks. But they're all going to go down that train. But i didn't even put it together that it would be because they can't use those formulas from yeah. Yeah and if there's one person who i don't think gives a f- about clean beauty. It is kylie jenner. I love her and chris. I don't think i just do not think that. That is where their heart always make. Fun of courtney for being that girl i yeah. I think that they're just fine with With with all the with all the the beetle juice or whatever they use in yeah die. There's post in. Their kitchen

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"axelrod" Discussed on Unholy

Unholy

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"axelrod" Discussed on Unholy

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"axelrod" Discussed on Unholy

Unholy

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"axelrod" Discussed on Unholy

"The supplies and therefore almost like the old sour grapes thing. They were saying look. Because we can't get it. We'd i wanted anyway and so you know there is. They've the chutzpah of the on. This issue has been noticed by are judges in previous weeks even before we got to this but this week it rose to the level where a nomination was really irresistible by the academy. The hands kademi is that in stockholm and russell's many locations. You know it is. It's reaches international as you can imagine this week. They felt that was really no competition. So the european union. I'm afraid i say. This is a conviction remain and was on the opposite side of the brexit argument it has not covered itself in glory when it comes to the vaccine so with that sad sighing. I will move onto the match nominee the week the people the good men and women of the israeli antiquities authority responsible for the discovery of the dead sea scrolls now more than two thousand years old this week. Very similar to the highly regarded as see hidden scrolls that were found in the forties in the fifties and are in the israel museum and now an you rare find greek translations of The books of zachariah and home in are written in By the way the only the word the name of god is written in hebrew in these tax as you brits would say quite an exciting Discovery here in the levant was also excavated. Was ten thousand year old perfectly preserved woven baskets the oldest complete basket in the world way before amazon. And the thing. I'm most excited about. Jonathan is a two thousand year old lice. Comb which eerily resembles the same. We us today. And i'm just saying. I use this week on my son's head. Incidentally just thinking of that woman that mother two thousand years ago using that lies comb on her son and saying to yourself. These are never going to go away and she was right. I love that story. I love that story. Yeah no. I love the solidarity and empathy across two millennia. Macho now pasta but i do remember the we. Knits co was allies came but the children would have a little note from the schools. Ain't knits again and relief. We all hang out menchu awards to the recovery of of long forgotten and long buried texts. You'll want in the land of israel as two thousand years old my one in diaspora is only seventy also years old but it is The mench resilient is also associated with the recovered texts and that is the novel that i am reading and really gripped by at the moment published in this country next month but i got an early copy is cooled. The passenger by alexander bush wits. And you may be thinking. Oh that's a new up and coming novelist who we haven't been reading and a way you'd be right in the..

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"axelrod" Discussed on Unholy

Unholy

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"axelrod" Discussed on Unholy

"And i really grew up in the newsroom of the chicago tribune and i loved it and i was interested. Jonathan and some guy came up to me when i made the move another an operative at At city in chicago and he told me that About another guy who had made the switch and the guy said to him you know just got tired of asking people questions that i knew the answer to and i figured i'd rather be inside the room you know and So all of that was at play and it was a great. It was a great decision and it gave me incredible perspective and that was required. But i'm happy to be back on the side now. Sitting with the likes of you know. I i listened to david. And and there's you know. If i would say i if i was saying this in hebron say you're the architect of the barack obama phenomenon. You know excuse me for my bluntness. And i remember this It's in his book. in president obama's book. Promise on i think you mentioned so many times second only to michelle obama. There's that beautiful story of you see sitting in a cafe second. That could have been awkward. But you're sitting in a cafe and he comes to me and you say something along. The lines was something like Maybe you should run for mayor of chicago that i wonder if in the world we live in. Everything's so polarized here in this country and israel of course in the united states. Is there an option for a barack obama story to to happen again for someone to come like you're quoted. They're saying shot out of a cannon coming out of nowhere into national politics and and sweeping the nation breaking the deadlock. Is there an fat in the world. We live in you need. I can't. I can't surrender that idea. I can't surrender that possibility. I think that in democracies ultimately the market will determine and It could be that. And i'm hoping that people become so Concerned about the level of polarity and so disgusted by at that the prospect of Of being more of a community again in american community in israeli community You know that those things will enough appeal to enough people that someone could come along and do that but you know it's been. There's no doubt it's been a sobering decade. And you know we came with such a high hopes of being able to change. The tenor of politics. In washington and washington was deeply resistant and You know we're obviously. Trump was a very very extreme reaction to all of that. Now everybody you know each side has its own. I mean there is fact there is truth. what i find on the conservative right is they. There is an alternative set of facts and People you know deeply believe them and that is That's a very hard thing to penetrate so this short. Answer your question. Which and that horse has left the barn. The short answer is that yes. I still hold out hope that it's that that such leadership is possible and i'm hoping that the market will demand it but i recognize that there are a lot of forces pushing against it. I mean he does make you wonder now if the same person the same skill set bama at his side put together the same campaign with a now because of the landscape were in with as you were saying. The fragmented segmented social media. Tv whether an obama phenomenon could happen in this particular climate even with everything else being equal. You just couldn't do that..

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"axelrod" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"axelrod" Discussed on Forever35

"Our guest today are anti creek bombs. And nick axelrod welk anne neck i love. I love a duo on the podcast. Welcome thing so excited to be here so let me let me give a little. A little highlight with your bio. Anne is a beauty journalist turned exac and former brand lead for glossy and nick is a former reporter for l. and wwe which is women's wear daily correct. Yes it is there. Were these things called. Newspapers that we used to read would get delivered every day. It was the fashion newspaper. Like the most. I one of the most iconic fashion newspapers i would say and you are also the co founder of the personal brand. Excuse me personal care brand. Necessar- said that right. It's been awhile since i've taken french. And you co founded the iconic beauty site into the gloss and together. They co host eyewitness beauty which is a beauty and pop culture. Podcast available wherever you get your podcast. You guys to focus on the business side of beauty. And i'm curious with this question. I'm not even i'm wondering if it's even possible for there to be trends in beauty in twenty twenty one when when the beauty is feels like the world has kind of just been uprooted or or changed by this pandemic but what are some trends that you are are seeing that you're seeing and that you like for yourself well on the kind of inside baseball cy. But sure it's not news to anyone like you describe yourself as like more of like a novice like outsiders which i think you're an expert than you give credit for it. But but for since the since they started tracking this stuff color cosmetics which make up products. I don't need to explain to anybody. Listening with that. Means has been like the category that's been consistently the number one revenue driver for any like big brand just for the industry in general like like the biggest challenge of the pie. I don't know what color cosmetics is so that's basically when you walk into a sephora and you're you're the first thing you see is makeup skin care is in the back of the store and the fragrances at the back of the wall like. That's all intentional. In order of sales. Yeah oh lord was at a certain point. Yeah learning okay okay. yeah so. The industry is is sliced up. Land like hair care. Skin care whatever color. Cosmetics has been like since the dawn of time like the number one biggest category billions of billions of dollars. Will just last year skin care has taken over which hilly coming from my glossy and like kind of seeing that wave happen. I think it really started with k beauty coming into the us people on the internet. We're getting much more educated around like ingredients and different. There's going team. I think like the trend has been going on for quite some time. But just last year. I think with the pandemic <hes>. And people being at home and having to diy more skin care. And i think too like people understanding like actually. I don't need to see a dermatologist. For every little thing. I can exhausted. Leasings myself <hes>. Skin-care has overtaken. So i think that that's gonna continue for sure in like the entrance of all these mid to lower mid range brands in terms of price point like the ordinary or the inky list or natori like things that could all of a sudden by acid <hes>. For ten dollars versus what happened probably five years ago which is either the hydraulic. Acid is from lemaire and it's two hundred and fifty dollars or they're probably wasn't even one you could buy in the drug store so i think that they're just exists now category of product. So that you know what like with makeup. You could buy ten dollar lipstick to get the same idea as a forty dollar up stick <hes>. Same relative color now with skin care. You can sort of do the same thing. Okay so many so many questions. So i wanna i ask you because you mentioned this sensation of going into sephora and everything is so deeply intentional and i know it's the same with marketing and packaging and in thinking about like price points getting lower. Our is the quality of products the same so much of beauty just like markups and exclusivity and making something sound fancy and getting it in the hands of like victoria beckham or is there a true difference in quality so one anecdote i have. Is that one time someone told me in this completely rocked my world. That lemaire is made in long island and and that sort of says it all like you know. It's a cream with some like plankton. In it or you know no seaweed. I guess and it's made long island and they call it. Lum creme de la mayor and it's three hundred dollars <hes>. Is that does that mean that. There's two hundred dollars worth of ingredients in there. No one hundred fifty. No one hundred fifty eight okay. So for context like the markup degree product but for a healthy cosmetics company business in general the markup on cosmetics from the goop and the packaging is eighty percent margins. So a two dollar what it cost you two dollars to make gold charge ten dollars for and that's like standard across the industry and you can't really knock a cosmetics company for doing that because they are so so cheap to make and to have investors to be able to pay the bills to be able to make this something that can really support a team and you know whatever and like grow a business. That's just industry standard so like. I don't think anybody's pulling the wool. Over consumers is this markup rate on the fashion. It's like some pence fifty percent or less of a markup. So that's i kind of a comparison. I forgot like what other interesting. I was about to say it. But i'm sure nick has a million. Well well yeah it's not. It's not an evil thing. The markup i think there's so many more there's so many more costs testing everything saying what's the difference between something that's like super expensive versus something. That's like a little bit more accessible. I do think that there's a huge difference. I mean i think what the ordinary did is like very interesting. And i still think they make like a lot of great products in general but you kinda of see like the texture of putting on like the heireann sierra and from the ordinary that costs you six dollars versus like one that has more ingredients in it from like a. I don't even know if they have one and playing with taught harper. Like it's this absorbs into skin better doesn't leave sticky feeling. Where's better under makeup. Like might smell nicer. These are all things that you have to consider. Its except for some people. It's worth paying for for others. It's not worth it and they'd rather just by the seven dollar one so okay so this leads me to my next question. Which is i'm kind of obsessed with this idea of dupes especially when it comes to here and makeup like and candles but not all. Dupes are really dupes. I kind of get into this. Like spiral do you believe. Dupes are real as possible to have a troop in skin care or makeup products. I think it's rare. There's certain things that you can charge more money. For the candle you can afford like a fragrance concentrations get a more powerful fragrance certain synthetics that are really expensive like amd brett <hes>. Which is a mosque. like an animal derived. it was an animal derived. Musk now it's all <hes>. Made in the lab <hes>. But that is like a really expensive thing to create. So that's why a lot of like less expensive candles expensive fragrances. Don't have that smell

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Insider Info with Annie Kreighbaum and Nick Axelrod-Welk

Forever35

07:56 min | 1 year ago

Insider Info with Annie Kreighbaum and Nick Axelrod-Welk

"Our guest today are anti creek bombs. And nick axelrod welk anne neck i love. I love a duo on the podcast. Welcome thing so excited to be here so let me let me give a little. A little highlight with your bio. Anne is a beauty journalist turned exac and former brand lead for glossy and nick is a former reporter for l. and wwe which is women's wear daily correct. Yes it is there. Were these things called. Newspapers that we used to read would get delivered every day. It was the fashion newspaper. Like the most. I one of the most iconic fashion newspapers i would say and you are also the co founder of the personal brand. Excuse me personal care brand. Necessar- said that right. It's been awhile since i've taken french. And you co founded the iconic beauty site into the gloss and together. They co host eyewitness beauty which is a beauty and pop culture. Podcast available wherever you get your podcast. You guys to focus on the business side of beauty. And i'm curious with this question. I'm not even i'm wondering if it's even possible for there to be trends in beauty in twenty twenty one when when the beauty is feels like the world has kind of just been uprooted or or changed by this pandemic but what are some trends that you are are seeing that you're seeing and that you like for yourself well on the kind of inside baseball cy. But sure it's not news to anyone like you describe yourself as like more of like a novice like outsiders which i think you're an expert than you give credit for it. But but for since the since they started tracking this stuff color cosmetics which make up products. I don't need to explain to anybody. Listening with that. Means has been like the category that's been consistently the number one revenue driver for any like big brand just for the industry in general like like the biggest challenge of the pie. I don't know what color cosmetics is so that's basically when you walk into a sephora and you're you're the first thing you see is makeup skin care is in the back of the store and the fragrances at the back of the wall like. That's all intentional. In order of sales. Yeah oh lord was at a certain point. Yeah learning okay okay. yeah so. The industry is is sliced up. Land like hair care. Skin care whatever color. Cosmetics has been like since the dawn of time like the number one biggest category billions of billions of dollars. Will just last year skin care has taken over which hilly coming from my glossy and like kind of seeing that wave happen. I think it really started with k beauty coming into the us people on the internet. We're getting much more educated around like ingredients and different. There's going team. I think like the trend has been going on for quite some time. But just last year. I think with the pandemic And people being at home and having to diy more skin care. And i think too like people understanding like actually. I don't need to see a dermatologist. For every little thing. I can exhausted. Leasings myself Skin-care has overtaken. So i think that that's gonna continue for sure in like the entrance of all these mid to lower mid range brands in terms of price point like the ordinary or the inky list or natori like things that could all of a sudden by acid For ten dollars versus what happened probably five years ago which is either the hydraulic. Acid is from lemaire and it's two hundred and fifty dollars or they're probably wasn't even one you could buy in the drug store so i think that they're just exists now category of product. So that you know what like with makeup. You could buy ten dollar lipstick to get the same idea as a forty dollar up stick Same relative color now with skin care. You can sort of do the same thing. Okay so many so many questions. So i wanna i ask you because you mentioned this sensation of going into sephora and everything is so deeply intentional and i know it's the same with marketing and packaging and in thinking about like price points getting lower. Our is the quality of products the same so much of beauty just like markups and exclusivity and making something sound fancy and getting it in the hands of like victoria beckham or is there a true difference in quality so one anecdote i have. Is that one time someone told me in this completely rocked my world. That lemaire is made in long island and and that sort of says it all like you know. It's a cream with some like plankton. In it or you know no seaweed. I guess and it's made long island and they call it. Lum creme de la mayor and it's three hundred dollars Is that does that mean that. There's two hundred dollars worth of ingredients in there. No one hundred fifty. No one hundred fifty eight okay. So for context like the markup degree product but for a healthy cosmetics company business in general the markup on cosmetics from the goop and the packaging is eighty percent margins. So a two dollar what it cost you two dollars to make gold charge ten dollars for and that's like standard across the industry and you can't really knock a cosmetics company for doing that because they are so so cheap to make and to have investors to be able to pay the bills to be able to make this something that can really support a team and you know whatever and like grow a business. That's just industry standard so like. I don't think anybody's pulling the wool. Over consumers is this markup rate on the fashion. It's like some pence fifty percent or less of a markup. So that's i kind of a comparison. I forgot like what other interesting. I was about to say it. But i'm sure nick has a million. Well well yeah it's not. It's not an evil thing. The markup i think there's so many more there's so many more costs testing everything saying what's the difference between something that's like super expensive versus something. That's like a little bit more accessible. I do think that there's a huge difference. I mean i think what the ordinary did is like very interesting. And i still think they make like a lot of great products in general but you kinda of see like the texture of putting on like the heireann sierra and from the ordinary that costs you six dollars versus like one that has more ingredients in it from like a. I don't even know if they have one and playing with taught harper. Like it's this absorbs into skin better doesn't leave sticky feeling. Where's better under makeup. Like might smell nicer. These are all things that you have to consider. Its except for some people. It's worth paying for for others. It's not worth it and they'd rather just by the seven dollar one so okay so this leads me to my next question. Which is i'm kind of obsessed with this idea of dupes especially when it comes to here and makeup like and candles but not all. Dupes are really dupes. I kind of get into this. Like spiral do you believe. Dupes are real as possible to have a troop in skin care or makeup products. I think it's rare. There's certain things that you can charge more money. For the candle you can afford like a fragrance concentrations get a more powerful fragrance certain synthetics that are really expensive like amd brett Which is a mosque. like an animal derived. it was an animal derived. Musk now it's all Made in the lab But that is like a really expensive thing to create. So that's why a lot of like less expensive candles expensive fragrances. Don't have that smell

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How Trump and Biden are making their pitches in battleground states

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

01:44 min | 1 year ago

How Trump and Biden are making their pitches in battleground states

"If you look at a lot of these swing state polls is you look at them understand that the trump still is polling. Below the number he got twenty sixteen right he he's not pitching in to the support that he was getting in most of these polls. If not, all of them Joe Biden is polling ahead of where Hillary Clinton was. Right. A lot of these states are are states trump won that he's not leading in now. So I would say it's not a it's not as bad as you think it is. But B The pilot is almost certainly going to tell you buckle up your seat belt because. It's GonNa get closer. It's why we call them swing states or battleground states. So my my my thing on Florida's we get into this one quick thing in the last six presidential elections forty, five, million votes have been cast in Florida and the difference between Democrats and Republicans in that total of forty five million votes is a little more than eighty five, thousand death-ray Florida's Florida, I mean, it's GonNa be tight. It is going to be a very tight race all the way there. It's going to be a one point to point race. It's always has been, and if it's two points that's big in Florida, a Roberts set so. It doesn't surprise I. I agree with my thought I don't I kind of questioned the tide all in terms of the the strength of trump with Latinos over Biden air. I'm little asking that as well but even then you look at those numbers that finds doing much better with seniors than Hillary did in two thousand, sixteen in Florida I mean it's sort of offset the different race. It's not the same but it's going to be very tight.

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"axelrod" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Axelrod when you need justice Jersey's first news five forty four let's bring in our chief meteorologist Dan zero this morning she keeps teasing us Dan with one nice weather day and then more rain yeah but you know even with the next three days of unsettled weather there will be some brightness I feel like sunshine is everything right now it lets you open up the windows take a walk get some vitamin D. we copy some of that these days on end today really looks good out there there is a chill in the air as we walk outside temperatures mainly in the thirties there is a light freeze in northwestern New Jersey as we start off your Thursday mostly sunny and dry with light winds nothing to complain about your highs in the mid to upper fifties the big exception to that will be along the Jersey Shore areas east of the garden state parkway probably limited to around fifty today the ocean bay water still pretty chilly those water temperatures in the forties right now that's always an important piece of our forecast around this time of year we'll see increasing clouds tonight and then rain showers return late this evening lows fall into the mid forties tomorrow morning I wouldn't call it nastier yucky it's just gonna be damp with some rain showers through about mid day then I'm optimistic that we get pops the sun and warmer temperatures tomorrow afternoon highs will be in the lower sixties Saturday though is going to bring a return to that not so pleasant weather rainy and cloudy pretty much all day it'll be breezy and cool with highs only around fifty yes Sunday is a little tricky little interesting here with scattered showers and maybe a thunderstorm mainly in the morning Sunday will be the warmer day of the weekend as a warm front partially listen to New Jersey so we're gonna see a big temperature range here lower fifties in north Jersey lower seventies a possibility in South Jersey on Sunday boy would that be nice Monday looks okay as we top out around sixty give or take with sun and clouds we're watching our next big storm system moving it around the middle of next week Tuesday into Wednesday obviously we'll give more detail on that as it gets a little closer New Jersey won a one point five is time is now five forty five the state well these new Jersey's first news stories the number of virus infection in New Jersey.

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Today's Mantra Is... Big Booty!

Morning Mantra

05:05 min | 2 years ago

Today's Mantra Is... Big Booty!

"Mantra. Hi My name is Sarah Axelrod. I'm a run coach and lover of poetry and I'm here to put the fun back in pro funding. You don't have to be an athlete to be Hashtag coached and luck. And if you need an anchor to hold onto as you move through a tough situation you've come to the right place. Today's mantra is big booty big Buddha the other night I watched my kid play an entire game of musical chairs against herself and her stuffed animals. I didn't even have to play. All I had to do was take chairs away one by one because she didn't have any room in her hands and press play and pause on let it go as she did the rest. It was the funniest thing I have ever seen her do. Parade around with Armfuls of dolls and Steffi's only to furiously stage a battle between herself and each of them for each available chair when the music stopped. I've never seen anyone commit to a fiction so thoroughly last week. Captain Awkward gave some beautiful and heartfelt advice to a reader coping with depression. Who asked for help with small talk in their current state of being? I'm a deer in headlights. The reader wrote and I can't think of something that's even vaguely interesting and not some form of super depressed so I can't remember sorry and I know that's fine to say sometimes but I don't want that to be my response every time someone talks to be in person and quote captains response was as always compassionate and sound a reminder that it's okay not to be okay and that you're not ruining anyone's Day by being upfront about what's on your mind and you also don't owe them anything. You aren't comfortable revealing. Then she tells story about herself having moved Chicago in her twenty s taking Improv classes to try and force yourself out of her shell quote my nice teacher and seen partners would do a thing and then it would be my turn to yes and them and add my own thing and I would just fuck and stay in there silently like I was Ali minus the fund's smirk or any trace of whimsy and quote. Oh I feel that. So hard. And then captain awkward goes on to describe the also way too much extra warm ups that they did. For this Improv class zips APPs up and big booty and as soon as I read the words big booty I was thrust back in time as time machine to freshman orientation college standing in a big circle of I'm sure equally petrified freshman. The upperclassmen initiated us to the uninhibited line with the following chant. Big Booty big booty big booty big booty and then it was like a call and response big booty number one number one big booty booting up to number two big booty so in person in the middle looks at you and goes big. Buddha number one you have to respond number one big booty and if you flood your response to the collar. It's your turn to be in the middle and start shouting big booty at people. You've never met before so I was terrified before I got to college but this was the game. The told me I would be all right for me. Once I played big booty with someone there was really no remaining facade of coolness or aloofness or withdrawn understated nece. There was nothing understated about any of this and I look at any person in that field and think I know what it sounds like when you shout. The words big booty we were there. After divided into small groups to go on our backpacking trips before school started and big booty was so beloved. We would take a hiking break. Drop our pants and play it in the middle of the adirondack trail sure. The other hikers really appreciated us. I stayed friends with a few of the other students on my trip though. Not all of them and yet still whenever I caught sight of them somewhere on campus I could confidently muster a friendly smile and wave even if we hadn't spoken in months because after all if I closed my eyes I could imagine their booty dance. I know that social anxiety is real and that it doesn't go away by just trying a little harder and I know that sometimes being out in public and having to answer the question of how are you is a truly fraught situation and I know that. Sometimes the thought of that situation isn't enough to convince you to stay home and I am not saying but you should just get over yourself and big booty your way out of the house. What I am saying is this. You are not silly or at least you are no more silly than anyone else around you that you look at it and think wow they seem to really have it all together because that person has definitely gotten their shit owned and musical chairs whether they remember or not. That person has played zips APPs up at their Ernest Improv class and

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Live It: A Mantra for Memories

Morning Mantra

04:54 min | 2 years ago

Live It: A Mantra for Memories

"Fm to get started a picture maybe worse thousand words but when was last time you read a thousand word article instead of just repeating it hot? This is coach Sarah and this is the morning Matra. Hi My name is Sarah Axelrod. I'm run coach and a lover of poetry and I'm here to put the fun back in profundity. You don't have to be an athlete to be. Hashtag coached and love. And if you need an anchor to hold onto as you move through a tough situation you've come to the right place. Today's mantra is live. It live it. My mother-in-law is a scrap booker. A memory maker. She writes down every funny thing. My daughter says so that it can be documented for later and while she saves it for the scrapbook. She also repeats it every single person's she speaks to for the next several days. My daughter is at the moment her first and only grandchild and she is savoring every single moment. I sometimes look at her scrapbooks. She has one for every year of my husband's life until he graduated from college and same for is older brother and I feel a little wistful. At how little I have collected and memorialized in such an organized fashion. I hear constantly that I have to write everything down. Collect everything. Save everything back everything up three times. Because if I were to lose these images of my daughter's baby and toddler years they would be gone forever. Think a lot of us. Feel this pressure. Make Memories Savor the moments live every day? Like it's your last. Never Forget and yeah having lost my mom at age thirteen I occasionally gripped by the fear that somehow my family will all die and leave me alone and the thought of not having them near me is the thing that scares me most. I want to remember everything. I'm heartbroken not to have single video of my mother for example or a single recording of her voice. After she died we kept her answering machine message for months as long as we could. It advised collars that if they were in need of a little loving kindness to quote just give themselves a hug and so my phone. Now is chockablock. With videos of my daughter's singing spinning laughing string pancake batter telling me stories insane. Stories that go on and on. I have photos upon photos of her eating Khorasan's drink hot chocolate drawing X. sugars brushing her teeth. Naked and covered and self applied Unicorn Tattoos seized by the urge to capture her in her most iconic poses both the powerful love and affection. I feel towards her in those moments and the fear that I'll forget the fear of losing the perfect for your old version occur. I WanNa put my phone away and just be with her. The moment is beautiful and I want to live it. But what if I don't get ensure that will keep her with me? Always the other day I went out for a run at about six. Am later than usual for me. And it was. The first year morning we'd had in several days and coincidentally the moon was full and enormous and hung low in the sky over my shoulder as Iran ports. The track and twice. I stopped to take a picture of it because it was so captivating. And what if I couldn't see it anymore once I got to the track and both photos streetlamps were in the way the foreground this blurry and in the picture of the moon just look like a teeny Dot of light dimmer than the ambient light and barely even identifiable. I was tempted to try again but I made myself give it up and moved on. I got to the track. There was again hanging low over the university buildings on one side. While on the opposite side eastern sky began to glow as the sun got closer to rising. The moon was so unimpressive the way my phone captured it. How could it looks so big and cap to being in the sky and yet shrink so willfully in my photo after that attempt my intervals started which meant no more stopping and yet the urge was so strong? I just had to get the photo but did I. My hand instinctively reached for the phone in my pocket and I searched for what to say to myself to make myself believe that. I didn't really need this photo as much as I thought I did. I see tourists all over Boston. Taking photos of everything photos. That honestly seem kind of silly to me. I used to really judge them for it but then I look at myself my camera roll and I think yeah I get it. We're all afraid of forgetting and yet it isn't always the case that seeing something through a camera lens is the only way. Remembrance proofs had had a camera his memories wouldn't have saturated his madeleine's we wouldn't have the iconic Proust's Madeleine's as the symbol of remembrance. Sometimes you have to trust your mind and your senses and your

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There Is Always Enough Love to Go Around

Morning Mantra

04:18 min | 2 years ago

There Is Always Enough Love to Go Around

"Coach Sarah and this is the morning mantra. Hi My name is Sarah Axelrod. I'm run poach and a lover of poetry RETREA and I'm here to put the fun back in profundity. You don't have to be an athlete to be Hashtag coached and loved and if you need an anchor to hold onto as you move through a tough situation you've come to the right place. Last year. I published a mantra about the amount of love. I have to go around. There is always enough and I never want you or or anyone else in my life to forget that or cease to believe it. But if you need reassurance I get I used to believe a lot of things about love including the idea that needing it made made me lesser that asking for it diminished its value when I did receive it having to ask someone to remind me that they loved me. Felt like an admission of weakness and I was determined Herman to radically eight that weakness. It's been a long time since I really saw that assumption for what it was the product of pain and loss and need that did absolutely not make week or broken but actually untying the not that I tied myself into has been a much longer process and it is ongoing recently though perusing using one of my usual advice columns. I found myself reading these words. You are central Theresa whether you're aware of it or not was that emotion itself is weakness and that all things that blossomed from emotion our intern week or diluted were broke. Yeah you're right. Heather have released. It was my central precept for a long time. I was drawn to people who didn't seem to need anything. I wanted so much to be like them. I thought that if I tried hard enough to just grow my shell it would work. I wouldn't care about hearing the words I love you. They're just like words and words are cheap. Actually actually emotional. Distance was a sign of respect. A sign that this person looked at me and saw their equal similarly emotionally needless human woman. Yeah couldn't keep up that charade for very long and here's why I started making friends with people who express love and affection friends. WHO said I I love you? Who hugged gratuitously? Who helped space for me and cared about my feelings a lot that love the willingness with which it was given made me feel safe and hearing that I was loved even when I already knew it especially when I already knew it matter I used to hear and believe that if you say I love you too much the words lose their meaning meaning well not yet but I'll call you if it happens? My daughter for a three month period last year would ask me to read the same story to her over and over over again. This was before we discovered frozen called. I'll always love you by painting. Lewis and penny is a little bear. Breaks his mom's favor bowl and is immediately lately. Jittery about how she will react so before she sees the broken bowl he finds her. He snuggles up and he asks whether she hypothetically would still love him mm-hmm if he did something bad she replies without giving it a thought. I'll always love you. So he gives her a for instance would if he paints all over his baby sister. What if you punctures every pillow in the house their response is always the same? I will always love you and you're going to have to clean your shit up but it begins with that constant. I will always always love you. I suspected from the beginning that my daughter was requesting the story over and over again as a way of broaching the same question with me without having to ask me outright and then we haven't read it in a while it's refrain has remained an anchor for which she returns to when she hears a weary or corrective tone for me. But Mommy. Do you still love of me or more adorable. Are you still my loving mother. And the thing is that when she asks me. There's no need to think about what my response will be. And even though I'm not about to be completely redirected but ever I say next we'll begin with. I'll always love you and to get the

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Today's Mantra: Wait Your Turn

Morning Mantra

03:42 min | 2 years ago

Today's Mantra: Wait Your Turn

"All my brain. Here's is party time. Hi My name is Sarah Axelrod. I'm run poach and a lover of poetry and I'm here to put the fun back in profundity. You don't have to be an athlete to be. Hashtag coached and loved. And if you need to anchor to hold onto as you move through a tough situation you've come to the right place yeah. Today's mantra is wait. Your turn wait your return. Hey everyone welcome back to the morning mantra pod. Did you miss us. My brain sure miss you while we were on hiatus I I could not stop myself from grabbing. mantras out of thin air. All the time sermon in Church Metro Metro Metro. A new book. I'm reading to my daughter. Metro Metro measure mantra. Greek British bake off with my totally obsessed husband major major Metro Metro morning guided meditation veteran interim Metra Metra tre actually. It's this last one. That both excites me in irritates me. I've actually been meditating regularly since the beginning of December and it's thin tastic. I look forward two in each morning. The fifteen ish. Minute sessions really tend to fly by actually. That's kind of the problem so often. I find myself at the end of the meditation session realizing that. I haven't heard a single thing. The Meditation Guide has said happened tuned into my breathing have found awareness in my body. Haven't really even been conscious of my thoughts are just been running away with them. What on Earth is my brain doing all this time. Well it is thinking about upcoming podcast interviews writing my weekly newsletter. Plotting a run on route my head deciding what time I will broadcast the strength search for today. Getting ideas about everything especially mantras. Let your thoughts float overhead like clouds in the sky. The Meditation Lady Says Without Chasing Them. That's good I think as I go dashing off in pursuit and it's great. Don't get me wrong. But this very tendency to let my inspiration and my ideas seep into every crack of my waking hours without giving me a break is the the same one that can tear me to pieces when the thoughts that gripped me are more negative kind. There's a fine line between inspiration obsession and the meditation practices among other things. Things intended to help me set boundaries with my own brain to help me learn to consider without dwelling and decide without ruminating as I slide back into the habit of writing and recording mattress regularly. I know that my mantra generation machine will sometimes grab my attention at inopportune times in that what I need to let go of is the fear that if I drop everything and listen a loose something I'll be behind this is the thinking I need to dismantle. I know that indulging my thoughts every time they a knock without asking. Is this helpful right now. Is this a good time for me. Isn't the long-term healthiest thing for me. My brain loves me and it's just doing what brains do its way of operating isn't good or bad it's part of WHO. I am and how I work. I take comfort in planning and executing my brain has been trained for years to always be deep planning so when it pulls it my sleeve as I breeze plies. New Suggestions and ideas and requests and distractions. I'm not saying no. Oh I'm saying not right. Now wait your

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GM Brodie Van Wagenen says New York Mets finalizing agreement with quality control coach Luis Rojas to make him manager

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:03 min | 2 years ago

GM Brodie Van Wagenen says New York Mets finalizing agreement with quality control coach Luis Rojas to make him manager

"Joined as the match have filled their vacancy with the son of Felipe Alou Louise roe Haas arm and you could not most Mets fans over with a feather because this is a guy was a quality control coach last year obviously a tremendous family lineage of bilingual individual who can relate to virtually everyone in the clubhouse does the team has managed it up you know if you will smaller places than the fishbowl York's that's rolling dice man because as Harold Reynolds of MLB network pointed out there ready to win now they got away now this is it certainly Syndergaard might not be around for much longer although the other guys supposedly not really Bobby Axelrod but has a resume Bobbi acts Roddy's going to be the the new full time or the mats has all the money to spend you don't have any problems like the previous years so you never know did I mean

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Warren edges ahead of Biden in pre-debate poll

Morning Edition

05:06 min | 2 years ago

Warren edges ahead of Biden in pre-debate poll

"Will the democratic presidential candidates will debate tonight in Westerville Ohio for a race that seems static for a long time suddenly there is a lot going on here's NPR national political correspondent Mara license for the first time since he entered the race Joe Biden has lost his clear front runner position Elizabeth Warren is on the rise and Bernie Sanders just had a heart attack so you wouldn't blame Democrats of their heads are spinning if you look at the democratic race now you'd have to say that Elizabeth Warren is the stock that you would buy five may be stock that you hold on to for a while longer but you're getting nervous that's David Axelrod who is Barack Obama's top strategist Democrats are nervous because Biden is being pummeled by millions of dollars of trump attack ads pushing a false narrative that Biden and his son did something illegal in Ukraine when Biden was the vice president that says axle rod is the eight hundred pound gorilla that will certainly come up in Ohio tonight most of what the president has said has been widely debunked but there is this question of you know why his son was on the role of this Ukrainian company while he was vice president I don't know that he can get away with swatting that question aside as he has Democrats are worried that even though the trump charges are false the president will get a kind of liars dividend his multi million dollars worth of attack ads on TV and social media amplify the charges and so doubt among Democrats not that Biden is guilty but that he'll be weakened as a candidate still the attacks or an opportunity for Biden says terra McAllen the founder of acronym and democratic digital advocacy organization I think that this provides biting potentially the best opportunity they're ever going to get to that after this real fight between him and frowned and demonstrate his strength and electability against trump in the general election after wrestling with how best to handle trump's attacks last week Biden decided to get more aggressive we all laughed when he said he could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoots someone and get away with it it's no joke the shooting holes in the constitution and we can not let him get away with it well my name has been figuring out how to handle trump Elizabeth Warren has continued her steady rise and not just because she's run a really good primary campaign with money organization and grassroots enthusiasm but also says democratic pollster Stan Greenberg because she tapped into a pent up desire among Democrats for government action to solve big problems like corporate corruption income inequality and climate change he is constantly talking about things government can do Democrats want an activist government and they're looking for after being suppressed by a decade of tea party dominance and now trump dominance Warren stands to benefit if Biden can't jujitsu trump's attacks to strengthen his own position she also stands to benefit of Sanders heart condition keeps him on the sidelines but with warns rise comes scrutiny which she has not had to face so far as one centrist Democrat quipped Warren has a plan for everything except how she'll be Donald Trump and that's another thing Democrats are worried about says terra McAllen how she is going to get the most voters including independence and swing voters who who don't want to see another four years of trump but maybe aren't as excited about the more progressive policies that she champions that really is is the challenge worries among Democrats that Warren is too far left to win a general election spiked last week when Warren gave this flip response on CNN when asked by an L. G. B. T. Q. activist what she would say to someone who believes marriage is between one man and one woman I don't wanna say than just merry one one she waited a bit and then headed this snarky comment you can find one sounds like he was saying anyone with those beliefs is a loser or maybe just deplorable in addition to worries about warrants electability and Biden's ability to perform Democrats are also watching an intramural primary going on you could call it the Biden understudy battle that's where Peter the judges the candidate to watch says David Axelrod but the judges still pulling in the single digits but he came in third in last quarter's fundraising behind Warren and Sanders but ahead of Biden if Biden were to stumble who could take up that late people to church is clearly now angling for that now he is more moderate in temperament and in policy then certainly than Warren or Sanders and he's been more pronounced about his differences with them lately so tonight's debate takes place against a backdrop of a lot of churn in the democratic race with three and a half months before any Democrat votes or caucuses a lot can still change Mar Eliason NPR news Washington

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Today's Mantra Is 'There Is Enough'

Morning Mantra

05:33 min | 2 years ago

Today's Mantra Is 'There Is Enough'

"Love in coffee beans. Well it's six. Am and there is enough love to go around hi. Hi this is coach. Sarah and this is the warning mantra hi. My Name is Sarah Axelrod. I'm run coach and a lover of poetry and the person who cares about your wellbeing. You don't have to be an athlete to be Hashtag coached and loved and if you need an anchor to hold onto as you move through a tough situation you've come to the right place in today's is there is enough. There is enough recently. My my husband overheard me getting off the phone with coach K. and saying Yep Levy to buy he looked at me and said you guys say I love you on the phone and I laughed at him because has of course we do. was that really so strange. I mean have you met us. Say I love you a lot to a lot of people my husband and my daughter her coach K. my friends my brother the people I coach in the fitness protection program. I've heard people say that somehow. If you say I love you too much it loses its meaning but I guarantee you that. If I have ever said I love you to you whether allowed or in written form I mean it. I mean it every time I remember a time when I was much younger when my husband was my boyfriend and some of my very closest female friends were having a pretty hard time with him now he'll be the first to admit that he was not yet his best self at the age of nineteen and he didn't have quite the way with people that he now works hard to cultivate but it wasn't just him. There was a thing that seemed to happen among my friends. When I feeling started to seem serious we got married young and that didn't fix everything but I didn't really get where the hostility was coming from until one day when I was having a screaming fight on the phone with my oldest friend who is angry and hurt at the feeling that I wasn't prioritizing our friendship enough. I don't remember the details of the thing that had set her off but it was one too many times where she felt like had chosen my husband and not her. I ached for her but I also resented the jealousy and the assumption of bad faith on my part and the only thing I found within me to say was I don't know how to make you believe this but it is possible for me to love you. Both I have enough room for you. Both there is enough love. I don't know if she believes me in the moment but more than a decade later we're still friends because at some point she decided to believe me we would not still be friends if that had continued. I feel pretty certain and the pressure of having to constantly reassure someone that they were in fact loved when they refused to take my word for it was crushing and yet but at the same time I could so relate to the panic that comes from the feeling of being unloved. I hated the thought that anyone ever felt unloved left me until the age of thirteen. I slept with fifteen to twenty stuffed animals all in my twin bed with me at one time because they feared they're feeling cast aside or loved less. If I put them in a closet on their behalf I could not bear it. I would not be doing what I do now if I did not have it in me to love many many people at one time hundreds of people in fact I want you to I know that when I tell you I love you on the phone facebook group to your face. I mean the hell out of it. I see you and I see what is in your heart in many cases. I have been where you are or I am where you are or I will be where you are and I see your generosity towards others and I see how hard you work. Can I see the beautiful things you do and I love you. Endlessly whether you need to be reassured of this or whether you are asked all the time to reassure who are others. This mantra is for you. There is enough love. You have enough love for all the people in your life who are worthy of of it. There is enough. The love you show is enough demonstrating it. All the time can be tiring. I know this too sometimes the the people closest to you and depending on you need more than you can give and that does not mean that you are not enough. It's okay not to be okay. It's okay to need more then someone can give and it's okay for that someone to say. This is my limit. I do not love you any less for having limits but this is my limit I used you think that in order to really love someone I had to let them take whatever they needed. In order to truth that I had enough love for them. It is possible to set limits to to preserve yourself and still love someone as much as it is possible to love them. It is possible to set limits and still have your love be enough if you are the one who needs to be reminded that you are loved that there is enough love for you. It's okay to ask for that too. It's always okay as long as you can. Hear the truth. Use the response when the response is that there is enough hear me now. If I have ever told you I love you. I love you and no matter how many people I tell it to. There will never be any less for you.

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"axelrod" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Alright sweet baby James founded I guess to me hills fire or calling from a white nationalist on ESPN whatever I a look I don't I just don't want to get involved in it it's just you know this country is home so much more to offer and so much more to accomplish. that you know the the those on the fringes I don't care who they are I eve Louis Farrakhan his you know hate and racism and vitriol on very one antisemitism these white supremacists jackasses whoever they are no we didn't we don't need them. most Americans are not like that. god because the extremists are insane by the way David Axelrod is right about Biden I I'm telling you this guy is in deep trouble but you know it's really though the party no there this this whole idea that they're trying to you know black male the US Supreme Court and you know after the decision to challenge at New York city's restrictions on how gun owners what residential permits can transport their guns and and you got Sheldon White House Richard Blumenthal Dick Durbin Kerrison Jello brand you know arguing the case against New York was moved because it rescinded the gun restrictions in question parent you know but then they're writing scream court is not well we might have to pack the court no why because you don't like the fact that you lose elections you don't like the fact that when you could never get done legislatively or at the ballot box you trying to get this other branch of government to do for you and that's legislate from the bench your site far in law as a means of justifying their unconstitutional behavior now we don't need that that's what judicial activism is all about original us interpret the laws of what you don't listen to like a school Leo or Tom's why do you before us why are you here why is this before us this whole issue what role do we have in this and their role is to interpret the constitution the rule of law and determine what is constitutional was not you know watching the Democrats NO dodging questions on whether they agree with San Francisco that the NRA is a domestic terrorist organization and you got left winger is excited to sign a petition protecting eagle eggs. is the same party that says well first we'll we'll let the baby be born will deliver the baby make the baby comfortable then the mother decides or you can have an abortion even during the birthing process in violation. and we got Kavanaugh's accuser in that case professor for now it meeting apparently that allegations yeah she was thinking about abortion rulings we got.

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"axelrod" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"James. I guess Jim meal hill was fired calling Trumbull white nationalist on ESPN whatever I it look I don't I just don't want to get involved in it it's just you know this country is so so much more to offer and so much more to accomplish. that you know the the those on the fringes I don't care who they are I eve Louis Farrakhan his you know hate and racism and vitriol on very one antisemitism these white supremacists jackasses whoever they are no we didn't we don't need them. most Americans are not like that. thank god because the extremists are insane by the way David Axelrod is right about Biden I I'm telling you this guy is in deep trouble but you know it's really though the party you know that this this whole idea of that they're trying to you know black male the US Supreme Court and you know after the decision to challenge at New York city's restrictions on how gun owners what residential permits can transport their guns and and you got Sheldon White House Richard Blumenthal Dick Durbin cares than Jello brand you know arguing the case against the your because both because it rescinded the gun restrictions in question parent you know but then they're writing because spring court is not well we might have to pack the court no why because you don't like the fact that you lose elections you don't like the fact that when you could never get done legislatively or at the ballot box you trying to get this other branch of government to do for you and that's legislate from the bench your site far in law as a means of justifying their unconstitutional behavior now we don't need that that's what judicial activism is all about original us they interpret the laws of what you don't listen to like a school Leo or Tom's why do you before us why are you here why is this before us this whole issue what role do we have in this and their role is to interpret the constitution the rule of law and determine what is constitutional was not you know watching the Democrats NO dodging questions on whether they agree with San Francisco that the NRA is a domestic terrorist organization and you got left winger is excited to sign a petition protecting eagle eggs. is the same party that says well first we'll we'll let the baby be born will deliver the baby make the baby comfortable then the mother decides or you can have an abortion even during the birthing process in violation. and we got Kavanaugh's accuser in that case professor Ford now admitting apparently that allegations yeah she was thinking about abortion rulings we got a problem.

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Showtime's 'The Loudest Voice' Tells The True Story Of The Downfall Of Roger Ailes At Fox News

Roe Conn

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Showtime's 'The Loudest Voice' Tells The True Story Of The Downfall Of Roger Ailes At Fox News

"The showtime limited series about roger ailes it's based on the book the loudest voice by gabriel sherman right that is correct and it's really interesting we'll get into it when do the site but we'll tell you this a lot of real life people are portrayed by actress there's even a guy playing david axelrod in this oh wow don't think david axelrod it's kinda like his portrayal tell you the truth interesting oh quite controversial for a little tease oh yes but there's a but i've seen in the promos for this on the show time they've seen the whole thing but i've seen in the promos and that's the most important trailers in the promos there is grab keys for going on there by roger ailes well There's there's, there's a couple of Trabzon grabbing keister of the, the new news anchors by him. Yeah, that's

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"axelrod" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"If you're a democrat. I realize the problem here is that it's all very vague. So your first allowing people to object because they don't know what you're actually talking about. But then as David Axelrod pointed out, the Democrats are opening themselves up to the witch hunt. Acusations they're asking eighty six unrelated parties for multiple entities to hand over information related to various obstruction of Justice that may or may not all be intertwined appears actually to be separate instances, it looks more like a fishing expedition. They're trying to find the means by which they can impeach the president which is ridiculous because they had the Bob Mueller probe. And they've been telling us for two years that Bob Muller was going to provide them the means to impeach the president. So now, the Democrats are at the strange situation where if Bob Muller provides them nothing with which they can beat the president Michel Cohen's testimony, refutes key pieces of the investigation, namely, the Russia, collusion Steffi had no. Of it and contrary to claims in the steel dust, you never actually with the prog never had his cell phone and progress anything like that. So now, the Democrats are having to say we got to come up with the means by which to convince the public needs to be impeached. This is silly. They have a really good argument. And it allows the Republicans to say they're wasting time wasting taxpayer money, and they're just looking to conjure something out of thin air to go after the president. If nothing else it helps the president with his defense. If it gets to the Senate, if it even gets that far, but there's something else that does it helps to Republican fundraising effort for twenty twenty the Democrats could have done this in a way that didn't do that. But they couldn't help themselves they instead of being targeted and taking their time. They're trying to rush it because they want to get it done before the election. And that's the problem. They're moving too fast, and too broadly instead of honing in on what their argument is. And that's going to cause them to trip up. So just quick balls here. Word for our. Sponsors. And you know, this one real world situation. I woke up Saturday morning, and I had a bunch of text messages from Twitter someone trying to change my password. Now, they'll connect me through my cell.

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"axelrod" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"To be prepared for the colder weather. Call a absolute today. They're trained in certified technicians. I can give you a thorough inspection free estimate for repairs replacements and more I had them out to my house. And these guys are great. Plus they're available twenty four seven call eight hundred four three five sixty four nine today or visit a absolute plumbing dot com. New Jersey went to one point five instant weather, high wind watches have been posted from Sunday evening Monday afternoon with the wind gusts out of the west approaching fifty miles per hour. Highs today hit the mid forties. His plows increase body sky tonight with rain developing overnight, lows in the upper thirties Sunday showers will taper off into the afternoon. Highs will hit the upper fifties to low sixties, then sunny, windy and colder Monday with gusty winds out of the west is in the low forties from the Edison heating and cooling weather desk. I'm meteorologist Jeff marr, New Jersey weather made possible by Levinson Axelrod. If you've been hurt in an accident, you shouldn't have to wait for so-called normal business hours to call a lawyer. There's nothing normal about having your life turned upside down. You can call Levinson Axelrod at any hour Levinson. Axelrod, your neighbors, your lawyers thirty eight Cape May courthouse Frenchtown at thirty seven Monroe thirty nine fast, traffic and instant weekend. Weather every fifteen minutes, sadhu jersey, what a one point five. Nixed..

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"axelrod" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:10 min | 3 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To you from AM eight seventy K R L A's studios, the answer here in Los Angeles. And actually Dennis Prager studio. One and Ana we have a very special guest in the next two segments. And then your calls on eight three three three three Gorkha G O R K A eight three three three three four six seven five two. And you can write to us at our website info at Gawker dot com. That's S E G O Arca. But now, we have Dr David Axelrod. He is the director of the b- Kenneth Simon center for principals and politics and the eight WC family foundation, fellow of the conservative. Mothership that is the Heritage Foundation. Welcome to America. First, david. Nice to be with you Sebastian. Oh, well, thank you for joining us. You are one of the most thoughtful individuals, I know about conservative first principles and the challenge of what it means to be a conservative in the twenty first century, and in the age of Trump, and I think one of the most important contributions, you have made are your writings on what really is identity politics, and where it comes from for those who have heard this phrase, but don't really know the back story, David Ensor rat. Would you please explain what is identity politics, and where did it come from the key to understanding identity? Politics is to recognize that the term itself is misleading. Because you think it seems to indicate oh, this is the politics of identity. So you can have class based politics like Bernie Sanders. The one percent versus the ninety nine percent. You can have an interest group politics political scientists studied, and this is just identity politics for different identity groups compete against one another. But that's not what it is. Because it turns out that an under identity politics. Not everyone is entitled to have an identity of which they can be proud. It's actually a politics of oppression and victimization and only those who claim to be oppressed and victimize African Americans Stanic winning the LGBTQ, you know, the list. Yes. Get to have an identity all the others white people men Christian or denied and identity, and therefore what it does is that it takes it divides the country into to it is deeply divisive. I mean, the language is about inclusion and diversity. But you look at the animating sentiment underlying it it promotes hatred. It promotes cultural separatism it promotes. Viciousness and rather than demanding equal treatment under the law. It demands preferential treatment, the key thing to keep in mind is the issue here is not has a particular group in mistreated. You can recognize you must recognize how African Americans have been mistreated in American history. The issue is how do you respond the identity? Politics response that is diseases and demand special treatment, or I think was the correct response, which for example, was NFL cage response, which preaches integration assimilation and equal Justice under the law. Now what I need to ask here. So you've you've unpacked the the massive Gulf the disconnect between what the phrase purports to be about. And what the reality is. Now, I have to us the most important question that divisiveness that it creates that tie? Targeting of certain people. That's not an accident. That's not a a miss. Construed miscalculation. That's actually the objective is David correct. Because it springs from a fundamental claim about the nature of America. That says that America at its core is fundamentally racist, sexist, homophobic, you name it again. I find it useful to contrast with. And I'm not saying okay was a conservative. And I'm not saying he didn't have a shortcomings, but he did not go the route of identity politics, look at the I have a dream speech. Yes. That it's a dream. That is anchored in quote. The magnificent words of the constitution and the declaration of independence, and quote and therefore in demanding Justice. He's saying America promises Justice it hasn't delivered. That's a very different thing than what the identity say. They say America is a radically unjust. And if you want Justice, you need to go beyond America, hence, the revolutionary fervor of identity politics, and hence, also the refusal to assimilate and integrate it kind of hor find it has become offensive words on the last to say that all Americans should aspire to be more American and to be United. We can recognize our differences. This is a free country. But we need to emphasize the common ties of citizenship that should bind us altogether as a people. What is the end result? What what is the final destination? If this is allowed to continue. If identity politics is allowed to create division and target the founding principles where will it take us? David. In the long run. I just don't see how you can have a country with identity politics for two reasons on the one hand the various so-called oppressed, identity groups start to turn against one another this disclaimed that there is all solidarity. But in truth, you're seeing fractures right now between some of these various groups, I do are you saying that the fractures are occurring on the left as well on the left. Yes, I mean amongst for example, the transgender and the women the on affirmative action between the Asians and the African Americans. You're seeing the lawsuit at Harvard. On in the long run. What worries me most is the logical culminating of identity. Politics would be the rise of white nationalism. There may get a point where whites say hold on one second. Why does everyone gets to have an identity except for us and the day that happens the day, they they decide to play identity politics the way everyone else does mean the country's finished. Then you have competitive edge. No politics. You have a form of Yugoslavia. No longer have the nation. We should be emphasizing unity, solidarity civic friendship, and then people will naturally on their own gravitate towards their own. The Jews wanna live with jus de towns wanna live with Italian. It's a free country. It's fine. Let let's emphasize civic friendship and commentator ties. So to encapsulate first segment with David as rat of the Heritage Foundation identity politics this seminal this pillar of the left's modern political stance. Basically, it's it's fundamental platform can potentially create the destruction the civil tension and even the violence that it is predicated. It is meant to prevent in the first place. This is the great irony. This is a great paradox next. We'll be talking David is right about how we see this every day life in everyday politics, especially with the state of the union recently from the president and more importantly, the democrat response. I'm Sebastian Gorka. This is America. I call us on eight three three three three Gorka..

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"axelrod" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Politics and CNN the axe files with your host, David Axelrod. Torney general Josh Shapiro of Pennsylvania made big news last year with the release of a stunning report about the abuse of children within the church in the state of Pennsylvania. It's a report that really spurred a global discussion or certainly added to it. But it was also just the latest chapter in what Pennsylvanians already know to be a really promising career in politics and government general Shapiro came to the institute of politics today to speak about the issue of abuse in the church and the cover up of it. And after that program, I sat down with him to talk about that. But also bad his own journey. Some other issues that he's working on in the politics of our moment. Josh shapiro. Great to see you here at the institute of politics, and at at this table, great to be with you. We have a lot to talk about this current involving your workers attorney general you're you here in part. Speaking about your investigation into the abuse of children in the church cover up of it. And I want to talk to you about that. But I wanna talk to you a little bit about your your own journey before we before we get to that. So tell me about the the Shapiro's when did I assume they didn't come over on the Mayflower? Now, the the Shapiro's came over. They fled communism and they fled persecution. In town. Many them in town of communist pedal, tsk, which right now is in the country of Georgia was in the Soviet Union came to Philadelphia where they came over. In the late eighteen hunt. My parents grew up in Philadelphia typical Philly family mom went to girls high dad went to central and met after you know, in the college time and got together. And thank God. They did. And they they have three great children while at least, I think my siblings are great. No that's still up for debate. And we're all living still largely in that area. But they are they're so critically important to me. And they they're wonderful people mom was a Philly public schoolteacher dad was the and still is the pediatrician to nearly everybody in our community and everybody knows helpful when you're running for office. Let me tell you the first time I was running for office for state Representative two thousand four knocking on doors. More people wanted to talk to be about my dad and how he took care of their kids than cared. It all about the policy positions there to talk about. But he literally delivered the vote literally delivered the the, you know, rob, Emmanuel. His father is a pediatrician and treat a lot of people on the on the northwest side of Chicago, and but it was sort of alien political turf for new political turf for Rahm when he ran for congress in two thousand to turn out to be like a huge advantage because they were like tens of thousands of people. You know, who he who? Or at least it seemed like it who is father had touched over. It's amazing. David I can remember going with my dad to a clinic where he was taking care of poor under served kids in suburban Philadelphia and in in the Philadelphia area, and I later learned in life. He wasn't really getting paid for that that really wasn't his way of making living. But that was his way of giving back of caring for those who were less fortunate, and then to meet those folks later in life when I was actually running for office and trying to help them, you know, in my way of hope was pretty extraordinary. You know, another element of his work was that he would come across kids who were abused. And I it struck me when I was reading this that that had to be in your head..

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"axelrod" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Chicago institute of politics and CNN the axe files with your host, David Axelrod. Takes a lot of split a run for president of the United States of lot of brass. And that is particularly true. If you're a little known three term congressman, but John Delaney's used to long odds, the grandson of immigrants, the son of a union electrician from New Jersey Delaney head tremendous success in business from an early age went onto defeat a Republican incumbent for a seat in the house from Maryland in his spent much of the last year in and out of Iowa pitching decidedly centrist case for the democratic nomination. I sat down with him and Chicago recently to find a just would he and met campaign or about? John's Laney welcome here. I think the operative mission. Here of the next hour is to answer these questions who the heck is John Delaney and Wisey running for president. So let's start with the first first because we have some common linkages. I know that your grandparents were immigrants from Ireland and England and they at wound up in Jersey City, and my grandfather was an immigrant from Russia, and he wound up in Jersey City, which is where my mother grew up. So tell me a little bit about your family. So first of all thank you for having me, David. It's great to be here. You're right. My I'm three quarters Irish one quarter English because. Three my grandparents were Irish, and my grandfather was English and everybody got along. They. Yeah, they reasonably well. And they're all from Jersey City. And then I grew up in a little town called woodridge, which is right outside right near giant stadium. But my one grandfather, it's funny. I talk a lot about my one grandfather in particular on the campaign trail because he has a very interesting story. He came to this country in nineteen Twenty-three with his seven brothers and sisters and his mother, and they came in on a ship. And when I went from Ireland now this is from the England, and when I went back into research on it he came on a ship and the day he the ship came in August of nineteen Twenty-three. Fifteen ships came into New York harbor that day from Europe bringing fifteen thousand immigrants, which is just an amazing thing to think about what it must have been like and his seven brothers and sisters were led into the country. But he was detained. And the reason he was. Is because he only had one arm and back then we didn't allow people into the country who had disabilities and they used to give them what was called six second physical. So they look at them for six seconds to make sure they're okay. And they let him into the country's he was detained and scheduled to be deported. So they sent him to Staten Island. And he was all set to be deported was a little boy who's, you know, eleven twelve years old at the rest of his family got it. But they appeal the decision because you're able to appeal and so he finally got a hearing in front of a judge and the hearing was held in the great hall of Ellis Island. Were you probably been? Yes..

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"axelrod" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Him Axelrod reporting travels becoming a bigger hassle during the government shutdown is more federal employees are not showing up to work for no pay. The TSA said Sunday, they experienced a national rates in unscheduled absences of ten percent what some are calling a sick out. It's says many employees say they were not able to report to work due to financial limitations. If this government shutdown continues TSA workers will miss a second paycheck this week. I know for me, I've been a be okay a little bit longer. But some of my co workers earn are struggling now, and they're going to food banks and seventh like I said some of the airlines are feeding us, so we're surviving. But gas money is going to get hurt at TSA says despite the absences over ninety three percent of passengers waited less than fifteen minutes at security Sunday. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News. News, Tampa international airport will keep its food Bank for furloughed federal workers open this week. No matter what congress and the president decided to do the airports. Emily nip says, there was a huge response to the food pantry last week from federal employees who work at TI and donations are not only being provided by local food banks. Passengers call that say they're getting ready to order flight that afternoon at Canadians for coming to the airport, anyways or someplace that they can drop off or we've actually had quite a bit of that we've gotten donations of dog, food and cat food. So it's really been wonderful saying how the ROY really supported RTA employees, the food pantry is also providing bus passes and assistance from utility companies for those airport workers who are working without a paycheck..

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"axelrod" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Is Carl Franklin, and this is Richard Campbell. And hey, buddy, guess what? I gave up today would did you give up today friend? I'll maybe not today maybe last week, but coughing caffeinated coffee really I have to drink decaf now. Okay. I found it was spiking my blood sugar. Interesting the caffeine could spike your blood sugar. So I don't know if it's just caffeine or if it's the amount of caffeine, or if it was her titular brand of coffee, but all I know is I stopped drinking caffeinated coffee and my blood sugar went down to normal. It was as you know, been type two diabetic for a while. But I don't have the symptoms of type two diabetes anymore. Right, right. I have this continuous glucose monitor that goes in your arm, and has a little device, and it takes a sample of your blood sugar every minute or so and then when you put the. Device in near it. It transfers all the data points to it. So that you can see it in a graph. Right. And I found that normally my blood sugar is well under a hundred eighties nineties, sometimes even seventies and milligrams per deciliter. And then all I fasted for a day. And then the next day. I drank coffee. That's all I did. I just drank some half decaf, maybe four or five cups by the middle of the day was one hundred and fifty eight. It's crazy. So I don't know if the caffeine was perhaps adding stress in that was spiking up. But all I know is that I switch to decaf and everything's fine. So I'm getting old, my friend. Yeah. It's interesting. Because of course, there's arguments that that black hoffy even pulls your blood sugar down to. Yeah. That's I've heard that argument to. Yeah. But you've got data for you. That's all a matter. It's all the matters. Right. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know fasting effects that fasting. If you're just fasting with water and salt your blood sugar should drop. Yes. Yeah. And it did. But then. Yeah. It's just one interesting thing whether fasting, but your body particular state where sugars reveal he's not like your sugars and coffee now. No it though, like what it wears those sugars coming from that your budget goes up, anyway, interesting stuff. Interesting stuff and data. All I've got is my dog turned fourteen. Do you have a party bear hunter man now? Well, I thought I would bring up that testing because we're talking test automation with aren't an Axelrod. But first, let's roll the crazy music for better. No framework. What do you got? This is a very cool project. That's called web gazer.

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"axelrod" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And now from the university of Chicago institute of politics and CNN the axe files with your host, David Axelrod. My first recollections of John Kerry were as a young navy veteran and Vietnam war hero would become one of the most powerful critics of that war in the early seventies. He, of course, went on to become a Senator secretary of state, very nearly president of the United States. I sat down with secretary Kerry for my CNN TV show tonight. It was a really full and interesting conversation all of which you can hear here. Secretary Kerry great to be with you here in your old new haunt Yale University of seminal place in your in your life. We'll talk about that. But. It is a life. That's been dedicated to the proposition that these democratic institutions that global institution diplomacy were important pillars for our country. What what's the state of American foreign policy now deeply challenged deeply challenged to the point of being dangerous for our country and contrary to the goals of foreign policy, which is supposed to advocate, your interests and your values simultaneously. And we're not doing that President Trump has isolated America and taken us backwards in terms of institutions that were structured ever since World War Two to bring the world together. He has really isolated us taking us backwards in a way when we ought to be uniting the world and and coming together, he would say that these. Institutions and these alliances have taken advantage of America. And that he wants to advance American interests. And that is best done by withdrawing from some some of these entanglement. Well, they actually says I think something a little different from that, David. Yes, he argues that there that that for instance, NATO is not paying its fair share President Obama raised that issue powerfully. And I remember the whales G twenty we the president President Obama succeeded in getting the country's all agree to increase their amounts. So that's not a new argument. President Trump pretends it is. Intimates that that this money is going into pot. This is money that these countries concern ourselves to their own defense. So no surprise then who has in the course of his presidency, presented the world more than seven thousand three hundred lies accounted for by major media outlets as lied about that as he has about the reason for withdrawing Moran. The reason for withdrawing from Paris the reason for during let's talk about those because you weren't you were deeply deeply involved in all of those things. But may I say one thing quickly David about the why these institutional important after World War Two. We spent huge creative energy from people idea. Natunas George Marshall and others to restructure the world, really and the Bretton Woods agreement. The the UN all of these things were created to prevent people from killing each other as rapidly as they had been up until then with World War One. And then we weren't to the audacity of what? George Marshall Harry Truman did is stunning. They said we're going to turn around and invest money in rebuilding the countries that attacked us the rebuilt, Germany rewrote accounts. Titian rebuilt Japan rewrote accounced issue. And today two of our strongest allies in the world that our democracies are Japan and Germany, it was investment that the American people were didn't support fundamentally. But that was leadership today without any demonstration of how it will make America safer. Why we need to do this this false presumption that quote America first every president puts America first, they don't do it in the same way that Donald Trump has where he's breaking things apart without any alternative makes us safer..

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"axelrod" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"axelrod" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Files with your host, David Axelrod. I met Yvo dollar when he was a highly regarded US Representative to NATO he has a long history in national security, both as a member of the national Security Council and the State Department, and as an author and scholar now he heads the Chicago council on global affairs, and I sat down with him the other day to talk about US policy toward Syria, North Korea and some of the other hot spots around the world. Evil dollar welcome. You know, there's been a lot of talk about immigration lately, you are an immigrant. I mentioned you before the show, you have all of these very very impressive academic diplomatic credentials. But now a lot has been written about your your early life, which took place in Europe. Greg came here to graduate school and met my wife, married her for green card and thirty one years later, we're still marrying as we said, there's the immigration system where exactly, but but talk about your your family and your early life. So I grew up in Holland Dutch, parents my father was an academic. Non jewish. My mother was Jewish. They're both war generation people. They went through the war. My father was in northern Holland to during the war, which was not liberated until nineteen forty five and went through the worst winter forty four forty five more people died in talked to you about that a lot the war was very vivid in in in an occupation and living through the occupation. My parents where twelve when the war started seventeen eighteen when the war ended. So their teenage years, they spent through all that time there and your mother lost a lot of her family. My mother was Jewish and spent the first two years of occupation in Holland, but then in pretty harrowing escape with her older sister and mother was able to make it to Switzerland. And she spent the last two years of war there. But the rest of the family was was was an isolated as so many. Others in in Holland some interested in. In how that was talked about in the home. I mean, and what lessons were imparted about that horrible horrible episode in our history. So one thing was it was talked about and in many other families in Europe who went through the war, but including in Holland, the war was not an issue people in talk about it. They were either they wanted to forget about it. They wanted to look to the future in in. My case the dinner table war was was always there in some form. Or another was always a story that had a aspect of either pre war post war or war related that was part of of my upbringing. And I learned a number of things one. I think a deep love and appreciation for the United States. It's one of the reasons I wanted to come here. It was the country that liberated Europe it was the country that liberated. My my family, and that was always important. Both my parents were very much Anglophiles both British in in some ways more than than American. But deeply appreciative of what had happened in the forty forty five. And the second thing that that was important to me was Europe needed to find a way to to avoid having wars, which is which was the first half of the twentieth century and the European project, partly we now know from history, of course, stimulated by the United States. But also something that was deepen the European psyche. The idea that finding ways to cooperate to overcome divisions that had led to extraordinary. Destruction at for so many years. And to. To find a way to have a new chapter in history, no longer war, but peace and cooperation prosperity. And you, of course, became a scholar. Best sort of NATO, and I want down line here. I want to get to what the state the current state of Europe is in these institutions that were built to try and ensure the kind of stability that you that you talk about what what about your your Jewish identity as that. Did you did you identify that way? And how much how much did that play into? What was talked about in your home little particular on the religious site. None. My mother always said, I became a Jew because Hitler told me I was heard you..

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