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"baruch" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"baruch" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"Pressures mounting against New York congressman George Santos to resign. Correspondent Linda kenyon has the latest from Washington. He is a complete and total fraud. House minority leader Hakeem Jeffries on MSNBC talking about New York freshman Republican congressman George Santos, but some of the strongest opposition is coming from Santos fellow Republicans in Congress, and especially from Republicans in his home district. He deceived the voters of the third congressional district. He deceived the members of the Nassau county Republican committee, elected officials, his colleagues, candidates, his opponents, and even some of the media. NASA county GOP chairman Joe Cairo. His lies were not mere fits. He disgraced the House of Representatives and in particular his fabrications went too far, many groups were hurt, specifically. I look at those families that were touched by the horrors of the Holocaust and feel for them. That was one of the most prominent lies, where Santos claimed to be Jewish, and that his grandparents fled the Holocaust. Another lie that he attended baruch college, and that he was a star volleyball player, as her during this interview in 2020, on WABC in New York. We were Adam. All of us could have been playing basketball, but we chose volleyball because it was easier. It was a great time. Look, I sacrificed both my knees and got very nice knee replacements knee replacements from HSS, playing volleyball. That's how serious I took the game. That interview came as Santos was entering politics using campaign funds that have since become questionable. Republican James comer heads the House oversight committee. He's going to be under strict ethics investigations, not necessarily for lying, but first campaign finance, potential violation. So I think that Santos is being examined early. On CNN's State of the Union, comer also said other than that, it's pretty much out of his hands. House speaker Kevin McCarthy, echoed those sentiments. The voters of

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George Santos and the Total Failure of the Media to Fact Check

The Trish Regan Show

02:09 min | Last month

George Santos and the Total Failure of the Media to Fact Check

"Back to how does this slip through the cracks? One lousy media with different value set to allow the competitor. I mean, the Democrat and his team clearly lack anywhere with all to just check the boxes. And three, a total lack of appetite on behalf of the national media to do anything about this. But that's to be expected. You know, if you're really wanting to go down the rabbit hole of conspiracy theories, you might wonder if this is the real manchurian candidate that just really screwed up. It's interesting when you think about how does he have those millions of dollars? Was he paid off? Does he really have those millions of dollars? I think he's still a fair question. These lies keep adding up. Let me give you some more that just came out today. I told you about the horse man, horseman's a wonderful prep school won the top prep schools in the country, and he's saying he went there. Again, I just say like, how does that happen? Because wouldn't you have known anybody that had graduated with him? Wouldn't people say, um, that guy is running for Congress. He said he graduated with me from Horace Mann. I don't remember him. And he might talk to a friend and say, I don't remember him either. Well, then he claimed that 9 11 took his mom's life, but apparently another report said that she passed away of cancer in 2016. Now maybe it was 9 11 related. We don't know, but everything is kind of just weird. So let's go through the list of lies because it's worth knowing where we are. All of these claims are misrepresentations have come from him, for example, having Jewish parents who fled the Nazi Holocaust. That's apparently not the case. He said he graduated from baruch college, apparently there's no record of that. He said he attended Horace Mann, the prep school in New York, no record of that. He said he ran an animal charity and that doesn't seem to be the case. He also said he lost employees in the 2016 pulse nightclub shooting that he worked at Citigroup and also Goldman Sachs that he owned rental property and that his family firm managed 80 $1 million in assets paying him $750,000, but apparently the only real record they have of him working is some kind of low level wage job. And then there's the 9 11 thing I just told you about with his mother's death. So this

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"baruch" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:40 min | Last month

"baruch" Discussed on WTOP

"Wharf in D.C., it's 40 in national harbor 40°, Sterling 39, dropping to the 20s, maybe around 30° for our overnight low. 5 41. Not breaking news on WTO be the House ways and means committee will release former president Trump's tax returns Friday morning. CBS News and CNN are both reporting that tonight the returns will be placed into the congressional record around 9 a.m. Friday. There will also be a formal announcement from the committee. Republican New York congressman elect George Santos has admitted what he calls embellishing his education, employment and other parts of his biography. Speaking out directly for the first time about allegations, he fabricated his resume and life story, George Santos acknowledged to a New York radio host that he told a string of lies about his education and employment history. Decide disappointed anyone by resume embellishment. I am sorry. In another interview with the New York Post, Santos admitted he did not have degrees from baruch college and NYU. He also admitted he never worked directly for Goldman Sachs or Citigroup despite frequently touting the credential while campaigning. When I first started in my career at Citigroup, I was told, oh, you're a really smart guy. Should be asked news political correspondent Caitlin Huey burns produced that report. Another newly elected House Republican from New York, Nick is calling for an ethics probe into Santos. A lot of tweets, New Yorkers deserve the truth and House Republicans deserve an opportunity to govern. It's the sharpest slam yet from a fellow GOP lawmaker. New York Republican congressman elect Anthony deposito says what he calls Santos fabrications regarding the Holocaust and his family's history are particularly hurtful. The Republican Jewish coalition is out for the statement saying it's very disappointing disappointed in Santos and that he's not welcome at any future Republican Jewish coalition event. It happens, you know, you get your mail in ballot. You carefully fill it out, but you forgot to sign it. What's next? Maryland could expand something that's been tried in one county. Currently, when you forget to sign the oath on your mail in ballots, Marilyn boards of elections contact you to have you sign it. It's called curing the ballot. In the last election, Montgomery county offered an option where you could be sent a text message, get a pin and correct it right on your phone. Maryland state senator Cheryl Kagan is proposing a law to make that possible statewide. To make sure that in all jurisdictions, voters have options as to how to make sure their ballots count, even if they forgot to sign the oath before returning it. Kate Ryan, WTO news. A nice night for you if you've been missing the caption wizards and lots of intrigue around the commanders in their

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Rep.-elect George Santos says he'll address questions

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last month

Rep.-elect George Santos says he'll address questions

"A young gay Latino Republican elected to Congress from Long Island, says he plans to address allegations that he misled voters about his life story. I'm very thankful for all of the people who helped me have this awesome opportunity in life. 34 year old George Santos, whose resume has come under question since his election to the U.S. House, says he plans to respond to the concerns in a statement on Twitter the representative elect for New York's third district said, I have my story to tell and it will be told next week. I want to assure everyone that I will address your questions. The queen's residents said he had a degree from baruch college, but the school said that couldn't be confirmed. His campaign website, which asked voters to help him stop the socialist agenda, describes him as a seasoned Wall Street financier and investor. Santos said he worked for Citigroup and Goldman Sachs, but neither company could find any records to verify that. Court records also show Santos has had financial issues, including being put under eviction proceedings three times over unpaid rent. His attorney calls the stories a smear. Jennifer King, Washington

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"baruch" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

01:46 min | Last month

"baruch" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"Well, this is awesome. You've put together a kind of hopefully a one and done portfolio for the next several years for a lot of these things. And I thank you for it. I'm going to ask you my final question now, which is the same for every guest. You've answered it a couple of times in the past. And that is very simply, no matter what the topic is always the identical question and that is if you could leave our listeners with a single thought today, what might that be? Common sense, the answer is usually apparent if you look for it. If you do the arithmetic rather than ignore the narrative, you'll do fine. You know, people have become too trading oriented. I think people have paid too much attention to the story and to their feelings and not enough time to doing the work. Remember the great Bernard baruch talking about traders saying that the only guy who ever bought at the bottom and sold it to the top was a liar. It didn't happen. You want to take your slice out of the middle. And you do that with common sense. By the way, in terms of people's natural resource portfolios, Dan. I've given people, I think, very sound advice. And most of them are going to ignore it. Most people who are in your file and my file came as a consequence of old Agora copywriters. The world is going to end on Thursday. Here's how you can profit. So what happens is that many people have large portfolios of natural resource stocks that they don't actually know enough to own. And I'd like to help them deal with that. Any of your listeners who go to my website rule investment media dot com can list their natural resource stocks and I will for free no obligation evaluate them.

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"baruch" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"baruch" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"Means that I am completely unattracted to the 70% yield because I'm afraid of a total loss of principle. If I'm wrong and there is a younger investor who understands the technology and those markets better than I and he or she generates a 70% compound internal rate of return, I'm delighted for them. Absolutely. I wish no one ill believe me. I don't. But what I really do is I worry about our many listeners and many stansbury readers, of course. And the thing that I worry the most about. I'm glad you brought this up because the thing that I worry the most about is that moment, should we get a bear market or a big crash of some kind, that moment that marks the bottom of it, which as you know is a moment of capitulation when many people memorialize their losses and kiss God knows what percent of their net worth goodbye for the emotional relief it gives them and for no other reason, so I'm trying to help people avoid that. That's really my main concern. I think that's great. And I think it's important for both you and your listeners to know that you're never going to get it absolutely right. I think Bernard baruch that pointed out that the only guy who absolutely bought at the bottom and sold at the top was a liar. It didn't happen. But there's so much money in the swings. But if you get it sort of right, you're okay. An example on myself. And I should know better than this. When the oil price fell apart and when Exxon got kicked out of the Dow 30 and had to be sold by all the indexes. Those were both non permanent events. I knew it. And inexplicably, Dan, I waited for Exxon to get cheaper. In other words, I paid attention to the predicted narrative value rather than the absolute value. The consequence of that for my for my genius is that I cost myself sort of a third of the share price, meaning the share price had recovered by about 30% before I sort of woke up out of the narrative ether that caused me or would have caused me to use 40 years of training to buy one of the best allocate asset allocators in the world in one of the best businesses in the world to affect at that point in time, 13% yield. What was I thinking? Sometimes stuff is cheap enough. You just have to pull the trigger. Yes. It is. It's a very much a game of good enough cheap enough.

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We Must Own Our Complicity in Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:55 min | 1 year ago

We Must Own Our Complicity in Afghanistan

"The united states shame right over its precipitous sprint out of afghanistan shadow this country's conscience for generation every horror story and they will keep coming is partly the result of our decision to bug out the death and destruction that occur in previously secure parts of that country will be on the bipartisan decision to exit the fiasco of president biden ordered quick march out of the country with its arbitrary deadline and false proclamations of the heroic airline effort. Airlift effort will garner the most shame but barack obama and donald trump all wanted the same thing they wanted out to all three presidents lacked. What abraham lincoln possessed and george w bush often display the strenght to shoulder. The suffering of war brought home in dead and wounded. Young soldiers sailors airmen and marines the country. Tired of it too. We do not have the ability to fight a long war. Even with minimal casualties be because for us. There is no such thing as a minimal casualty. We can take station troops on board. We peacekeeping missions in kosovo but we cannot endlessly endure the loss of american life to enemy combatants so we left but our greatest centers to have left without first overseeing an exodus of those who were desperate to run from baruch theocracy. We did a portion of the saving at the last minute and those tens of thousands who did escape will be forever grateful for the eleven marines. One navy cormon and one army soldier who gave their lives at those refugees might live but for twenty years. We pretend it all of us at some sort of middle ground might emerge between the darkest midnight and the dawn of democracy. Turns out there wasn't such a middle ground and yet we owed an exit to those who relied on falso.

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"baruch" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"baruch" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Like louise hawking. Doesn't that curry restaurant in honor of our second anniversary. How many metronome on my garage band been going. Since we started recording down the hatch. Yeah at least like eight thousand one. Hundred and fifty. I mean more than that. I think a lot more each podcast with the exception of maybe a couple or at least over two hours yeah. There's a lot going on. Maybe more mathematicians. Rip daniel faraday could take care of that time really flies. I remember when we were talking on. Eight fifteen a year ago. We had that big brouhaha of. Hey let's you know a pan ourselves on the back and then some by listening to some kooky cliffs. We did over the years. I just moved into a new place. The world certainly still scary now. But i think it's certainly scary in a different regard and to think about how much has passed and yet like how little feels has passed. I mean since we were talking then what we got through season four and we're almost at the end of season five. I'm trying to recall like i. I'm pretty sure that came around the end of season three if i recall correctly. Yeah that's right. But i think we we're not doing a quick show this year. We're just acknowledging it right now. A lot has happened and nothing has some ways that it's like. I don't really want to revisit ba last year. To be perfectly honest but it is just so wild that we are this deep in right that you know two years ago we started this journey. And we're still going and we've got the whole rest of the year to go at the very least as we have season six on the near horizon but i think much like the survivors of eight one five. Who are about to really be pressed for the rest of the show We're hard at work. mike. We can't miss a beat. We don't have time to stop down and do a bonus show we've got We've got we've got a a not a a hydrogen bomb to detonate. But we got a podcast to make in six hours. This podcast will explode in your feet. We've gone to make it's crunch time now. It's crazy. I it is really really wild to me that we are here though. I know i've said it along the way of like the different like lost projects that i have done along the way that have all just stopped. Just like just like didn't happen all the way the way that it was intended and like knock on wood but here we are like really close to the end of season. Five two years on from starting down the hatch. So i'm really excited about it. I'm in a really really good mood as a pertains to lost even though the timing like tonal whiplash right like this kind of. Is it like a little morose to be in a good mood right now. Mike consumer all very bleak episode of this show. Absolutely not i think there is inherent beauty and enjoyment can come out of bleak things or damon. Lindelof wouldn't have made the leftovers. So i am super excited to talk about the variable and i'm super excited especially i'll talk about this at the end as well but shadow at the top too because you deserve double the shoutouts to the hatchlings out there whether you are just joining us if you're listening in the archives on binge or if you've been catching up on the week to week since this is started it has been to josh's point i think incredibly fulfilling project for both of us you know. I think both of us have done podcasts. That have lasted years but neither of us had done a project where we've recorded every week. Basically on the week for two years straight a hundred plus weeks of loss content. It is wild to me but it has given me somehow even more appreciation for this absolute gem of a show to be able to drill into it time and time again with minimal nosebleeds. Yeah we gotta be careful with the drilling a can can really take you into some terrifying territory. All of the drilling also mentioned so. We're recording this in a bit of time. Crunch as judge said. But i can only imagine. Just the bounty of barracks d'arme darrien or we have received holds work in response to just this calamitous fan favorite character that was introduced on do. I hope we do have a lot of barrick derm dairy and fan. I could see it going either way. I could see going. Yeah there's a lot of baruch durham darrien or there's none. So why don't they one to one way or the other would be my guess but yeah we were recording the variable just a couple of days after we recorded some like it hot so as was the case with some like it hot. We do not have feedback prepared for you for this week of the podcast. We're gonna skip feedback. This time out. We will get to the feedback next week and we'll certainly resume. We'll have it for the instant as well. And then as always we always have that season ender recap special where we go into the feedback. We'll talk about all the things all the points. All of the stuff will look back will do all the feedback that we've missed along the way there. So definitely keep sending that in down the hatch at post show recaps dot com mike before we continue on a take a quick moment to shout out our sponsors for this episode of pusher recaps. Our friends over at geiko you own or rent your home. Sure you do. And i bet it can be hard work you know what's easy bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. It's geico easy. Visit geico dot com. Today that's geiko dot com. I think hawking took out a life insurance policy on her son knowing what would happen so she'd received some sort of windfall of cash. Though i guess what she is are they allowed to accommodate for people who technically died like thirty years before their current frame of existence. Probably i also don't know how you explain this to an insurance agent a like walk them through. I don't know. But louise hawking. I don't want to put this pastor either because obviously there is very little. She is not willing to do the links she is willing to go. This is a very trippy episode of loss. The variable that i think is is as i said last time i think it's viewed as an elite episode of the show. It is a real statement piece of like the destiny idea on even if it's like in defiance of destiny in some ways but in other ways it's the fulfillment of destiny and that idea is embodied in so many different characters. But i think for for the character who is so centrally located in the idea of time. Travel that come to dominate lost in this era of the show throughout season. Five four that central figure in that story daniel faraday to really represent in his death and his life. Whatever happened happened. I.

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"baruch" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"baruch" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"His justice coming against all nations. And it's it's thorough right and so one of the things that we can take away from. This is not only that god is calling the people of israel and therefore now here in the current context christian people back to repentance but everything belongs to god that even those people who don't believe in god belong to god that even those who don't profess any religion still belong to god and recognition. That all those things that are not handed over to god will be burned away. Everything that doesn't belong to the lord will fade into oblivion. And so if i don't want to belong to the lord then that's one of the things that will be burned away man it's powerful and it's dreadful but it is also true now. Let's go to the book of the prophet baroque barrack at this little context so brooke as i said is one of the economical. It's part of the canon remember Image i didn't fully explain this when we talking about the book of toby. But if you remember there has hadjis. And their pharisees in the time of jesus i mean there's also seen some other groups of people but you have the seasons agencies and when it comes to the cannon of the bible like all those lists of the books of the bible this geez only acknowledged the first five books of moses as cannon and so genesis exodus leviticus numbers and deuteronomy. They acknowledged only those five as part of the canon. Whereas the pharisees and others had a larger canon and the scene had a lot of writings as well and so we can see that in the time of jesus there was no established cannon. And that's why. I pointed out that since there was no established cannon at the time of jesus who was up to who to establish a cannon will not the jewish people post jesus because the jewish people post jesus are meant to be in the fulfilment their their their messianic people. Now they're waiting for the messiah. Messiah came in jesus so jesus fulfilled all of the hopes and all the promises. All the prophecies fulfilled everything that was meant to be fulfilled judaism and so he wasn't in some ways you can say he wasn't starting something new but he was doing something new but he was. He was fulfilling the ancient. Prophecies is he's fulfilling judaism in himself and so those prescriptions are the fulfilment of judaism because of that those who did not accept christ have essentially no authority to establish a canon. It took the church. That christ founded to establish the cannon and baroque is part of the canon. The christchurch founded any sense So little context is the book of the prophet brucke Barrack was a contemporary of jeremiah. In fact he would be a. I don't want. I don't want to just say traveling companion with with jeremiah. He might have been jeremiah's scribe. He might have been a co- prophet with jeremiah and so he is writing after the babylonian exile. That's what he's saying he's actually writings the people of the exile. So that's why he's in the baby blue right in jefferson the color coded that were in baby blue. Because they're singing the blues exile and what happens is here his barrack. Who's ministering to the people who are in babylon and a number of the things that he he's doing is he's running a letter to jerusalem. Basically saying we're taking up a collection and we're asking you because here. We are in babylon where exiled were not in the temple in jerusalem. That's the only place worship can happen. So we're taking the collection and we're sending. its you. please pray for us. Offer worship on our behalf but also in this is crazy. Offer worship on behalf of nebuchadnezzar king of babylon and for belches are his son. And that's just it's remarkable but you know. Saint paul's repeat this in romans chapter thirteen talking about praying for the rulers even unjust rulers. Because at the time of paul they're pretty unjust rulers and the beginning is the one who brought them all into exile the first place and so. It's remarkable that here in even in the old testament they're saying pray for the pray for the rulers but then go onto the confession of their sins and talk about how we disobey the lord.

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"baruch" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"baruch" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"And you have confirmed your words which you spoke by your servants. The prophets that the bones of our kings and bones of our fathers would be brought out of their graves and behold have been cast out to the heat of day and the frost of night. They perished in great misery by famine and sword and pestilence and the house which is called by your name you have made as it is today because of the wickedness of the house of israel and the house of judah god's covenant recalled yet you have dealt with us oh lord our god in all your kindness and in all your great compassion as you spoke by your servant moses on the day when you commanded him to write your law in the presence of the people saying if you will not obey my voice. This very great multitude will turn into a small number among the nations where i will scatter them for. I know that they will not obey me for they are a stiff necked people but in the land of their exile. They will come to themselves and they will know that i am the lord their god i will give them a heart that obeys and ears that here and they will praise me in the land of their exile and will remember my name and will turn from their stubbornness and they're wicked deeds for they will remember the ways of their fathers who sinned before the lord. I will bring them again into the land. Which i swore to give to their fathers to abraham and to isaac and to jacob and they will rule over it i will increase them and they will not be diminished. I will make everlasting covenant with them to be their god and they shall be my people. And i will never again remove my people israel from the land which i have given them. The book of proverbs chapter eleven for seventeen through twenty a man who has kind benefits himself but he cruel man hurts himself. A wicked man earns deceptive wages. The one who sows righteousness gets a sure reward. He who is steadfast and righteousness will live. But he who pursues evil die. Men perverse mind aren't abomination to the lord. But those are blameless ways are his delight bothering have we give you praise and glory ask you to. Please help us once again. We as we pray these proverbs how we ask you to help us to become the people who are kind and the person who is righteous and the person who lives your relationship with you help us actually live in right relationship with you this every day. God help us to hear your words clearly to understand them and understand..

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"baruch" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"baruch" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"And you shall read this book which we are sending you to make your confession in the house of the lord on the days of the feasts and had appointed seasons confession of sins and you shall say righteousness belongs to the lord. Our god but confusion of face as at this day to us to the men of judah to the inhabitants of jerusalem and to our kings our princes in our priests and our prophets and our fathers because we have sinned before the lord in have disobeyed him and have not heeded the voice of the lord our god to walk in the statutes of the lord which he set before us from the day when the lord brought our father out of the land of egypt until today we have been disobedient to the lord our god and we have been negligent in not heating his voice so to this day there have clung to us the calamities and the curse which the lord declared through moses his servant at that time when he brought our fathers out of the land of egypt to give to us a land flowing with milk and honey we did not heed the voice of the lord our god in all the words of the prophets whom he sent to us but we each followed the intent of his own wicked heart by serving other gods and doing what is evil in the sight of the lord our god chapter two so the lord confirmed his word which he spoke against us and against our judges who judged israel and against our kings and against our prince's and against the men of israel and judah under the whole heaven there has not been done the like of what he has done in jerusalem in accordance with what is written in the law of moses that we should eat one the flesh of his son and another the flesh of.

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"baruch" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"baruch" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"There is no regard for man the land mourns and languishes. Lebanon is confounded and withers away. Sharon is like a desert and began. Carmel shake off their leaves. Now i will arise says the lord. Now i will lift myself up now. I will be exalted. You conceived chaff. You bring forth the stubble. Your breath is a fire that will consume and the people's will be burned as if burned to lime like thorns cut down that are burned in the fire. Here you who are far off what i have done. And you who are near acknowledged my might the centers in zion are afraid. Trembling has seized the godless who among us can dwell with devouring fire who among us can dwelt with the everlasting burnings. He who walks righteously and speaks uprightly. Who despises the gain of oppressions. Who shakes his hands less. They hold a bribe. Who stops his ears. From hearing of bloodshed and shuts is from looking upon evil. He will dwell on the heights. His place of defense will the fortresses of rocks his bread will be given him. His water will be sure your is. We'll see the king in his beauty. They will be hold a land that stretches afar your mind will muse on the terror. Where is you counted. Where is he who weighed the tribute. Where is he who counted the towers. You will see no more. The insulin people the people of an obscure speech which cannot comprehend stammering in a tongue which you cannot understand. Look upon zion. The city of our appointed feasts your eyes will see jerusalem a quiet habitation and immovable tent. Who's stakes will never be plucked up nor will any of its chords be broken. But they're the lord in majesty will be for us a place of broad rivers and streams where no galley with oars can go nor stately ship can pass for the lord is our judge. The lord is our ruler. The lord is our king. He will save us. Your tackle hangs loose. It cannot hold the mast firm in its place or keep the.

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"baruch" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"baruch" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"Two and thirty three also brew is also one of those seven zero canonical books. That if you have only read parts bibles where A martin luther taken out those seven extra extra you hump for us as catholics. They are part of the canon and for the orthodox this part of the canon for the first christians. They're part of the canons. So we're gonna read in here from the prophet baru. Chapter one and two as well as proverbs. Eleven versus seventeen through twenty the book of the profit isaiah chapter thirty two reign of righteousness and justice behold a king will reign in righteousness and princes will rule injustice. Each will be like a hiding place from the wind. A covert from the tempest like streams of water in a dry place like the shade of a great rock in a weary land. Then the eyes of those who will see will not be closed and the ears if those who hear will listen. The mind of the rash will have good judgment and the tongue of the stammerers will speak readily and distinctly. The fool will no more be called noble nor the nave said to be honorable for the fool speaks folly and his mind plots iniquity to practice ungodly nece to utter error concerning the lord to leave the craving of the hungry unsatisfied and to deprive the thirsty of drink. The navy's of the nave are evil. He devises wicked devices to ruin the poor with lying words. Even when the plea of the needy is right but he was mobile devices. Noble things and by noble things. He stands rise up..

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Trump Ally Tom Barrack Charged With Acting as Foreign Agent

Morning Edition

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Trump Ally Tom Barrack Charged With Acting as Foreign Agent

"One of former President Donald Trump's old friends, who also advised him has been charged with trying to steer American policy in favor of a foreign country. Federal prosecutors say Tom Barrack lobbied for the United Arab Emirates between 2000 and 16 and 2000 and 18. But he did not register as an agent of a foreign country with us now is NPR contributor Ilian Marital Alia. Good morning. You've been covering the relationship between barrack and Trump for a very long time. What is their deal? Tom Barrack is a 74 year old private equity investor based in California. He's very successful. He was on the cover of Forbes. Once in 2000 and five They called him the world's best real estate investor. And in his personal style. He is smooth and gracious and self facing. He connected with Donald Trump a long time ago, 1988 when Barrack was handling the sale of the Plaza Hotel, and Trump wanted it. Trump bought the hotel for $390 million but ended up selling it a few years later at a loss but listen to how Tom Barrack described that transaction at the Republican National Convention in 2016, he says it was Trump who got the better of the deal. Barrack said Trump told him You just tell me the things that I should know? And how to fix it, and I'll do this deal. He played me like a Steinway piano. Mm. So the two men became friends. Baruch became one of the few major business leaders to endorse Trump early in 2016, and that's the point in time where this indictment picks up, Okay. And so what do prosecutors say? Baruch did According to the indictment, right around the time that Tom Barrack started raising money for the Trump campaign and vouching for Trump with the business community, he also embarked on a conspiracy to influence the candidates take positions favorable to the United Arab Emirates. So in an energy policy speech in Bismarck, North Dakota candidate Trump said he would take the United States out of the Paris climate

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"baruch" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"baruch" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"So I almost giving me an opportunity. I guess it comes to mind but there's a puzzle. I think dr. Phil interface in place and you understand this works. Now, the last year was that it is so much easier because I'm writing books about people. Now that there's emails from and text messages from and so much video footage of slime. I was really a little bit blind. I was, you know, some audio very, very little video video footage. Not much blaze a girl said also, you know me as Hollywood's I had emails myself from him. I knew. And and it was so he documented. Everything was a very, very efficient person. He got a lot done in a contract administrator at the CRC in Chicago. Took us behind the scenes at the CRC Baruch Hashem, you know, we have grown tremendously in the world of contracts and to be a good muscular today, you need to urinate is important but much more important maybe is is engineering and chemistry and food science and of course psychology, but that's a problem. You you know what that's all about, but it's truly understanding how steam system works and how bittrex works. And how how, you know, what, how do you make ice cream from the bottom up to understand that they're missing a key ingredient, when they tell you, it's not in there. It's cetera, et cetera, et cetera. So, the point is that the list that we do at the seriously decided to put together was going to be a list of knowledge, and a list of signs and list of birth. Of chemicals and whatnot. So when I say we start way back is that we literally start going into the store as we start going to the factory to start calling on ruthlessness teen editor-in-chief of hamodia and founder of project witness talked about what she learned from her. Get her ancestors. It was not a matter of living in an elegant home. It was not a matter of having, you know, a high standard in lies. It was what do you do with your life?.

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"baruch" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"baruch" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"Turn of the century rabbi in england who was orthodox like very from an anarchist communist and believed that the tall mud properly understood is an anarchist document. And one of the things for me. It's like all these parts into feel in prayer and into helium insults. Where dodd makes it very clear that the heavens is are thrown the whole earth is for footstool and that humans should never trust in any princess or earthly rulers or armies or the strength of horses or the strength of man or anything like that and that god desires a borderless world in a borderless devotion to her. And so that's another piece that i'm in development of with a lot of people are in similar things in it's like it is the contradiction the illu- within our thing which does even though it ends deuteronomy before we get to the promised. Land it talks a heck of a lot about the bear and in a really contradictory way. God says like every nation that ever interests at land will pass and got even to didn't want to give the israelites king in the first place in the israelites. For like give us king to be like all the other nations. But god's i think the ultimate intention for us and for the world is to be beyond such things as nations and as rulers of that sort. So i guess i want to an conclusion. Ask you a little bit about something that i picked up on when lex at the beginning of our conversation said you know made that connection between holy noisemaking and you're drumming in the in the in the services and you're making trouble on the streets and i say that was a really amazing connection that you made you should maybe consider being a rabbi and i thought that where i said you know. But you're really. You're like a software engineer. So i'm curious. I'm curious if you could talk a little bit about what made a jewish world look like in which more software engineers where teaching torah and there were people who were like. I'm ready to join your synagogue right now. And you know you don't have one and it's in a different place. So we'll have to work on the online component but but in all seriousness. It's like i think something like that in my head because that's the paradigm that i've been given even though i've been working hard to resisted and it's still kind of is what naturally flits into your head and so i guess i'm curious to hear a little bit from your perspective of what you're creating what you see others creating out there in the world who are not doing this as their primary profession. Great question Thanks for outing me as a shopper. Engineer no. That was good. I kind of view this as rabbi. Yohannan hassan bar who is in the talmud and who is known as rabbi yohannan the sandal maker. I hope to not be doing tack as my as my livelihood livelihood. Thank you so much. May i continue till his english and gain my image okay so And so i hope to not be doing tech as my main livelihood forever. I do believe that despite the fact that there are large sections of jewish who Who i love in their own ways engage in tomo study fulltime and have this idea of a fully study based judaism I do believe in that beautiful contradictory way. The thing that they're studying all day tells you to work two income mocking toyota without flour or nfl. Oh you are without bread. There's no torah so to gain their bread into game to gain our bredon gainer. Livelihood and steady are torah. feel like. There's a lot of different ways. There's a full spectrum of of ways you can live. Your life isn't that. I do hope to become a rabbi. In some way as god wilson within her plan and hopes that people who need or want a profession along with jewish study You know doing something holy with your time that is also jewish. An in service of a sham. I don't know. Actually if i'm doing that if i'm hitting the perfect thing and i don't really consider my work. Holy which is why. I am in deep deep roiling self searching and stuff like that over the past several years being the engineer here but i also know that Torah comes out of being in the world and not just being an ivory tower or in a separate place. I'd be i believe that there's like incubation periods to every junius in deep connection with and you have to break out of your seed shell and be in the real world and that was guidance that that i got from the actually when night when i asked her about this many years though about my past and stuff like that so i believe people should kind of know when they're in the incubation facing when they're in the outside days i hope to enter into an incubation base later in my life firm really allowed to dedicate much time to like you know and not take eight hours a day or more serving a a master than i'm actually not really supposed to that i don't really want to be serving with that much time of life and i believe that that combination of incubation and expansion first of all these kind of dialectic perfectly maps onto meets reimann have narrowness in wideness in the torah and blah blah blah. And all these beautiful ways. And i think that leads to the development of a person's torah in a profound way in to the development of their damara of their learning of the text and getting the word center mouths which i think is what incubation can often bring and then there's far which is their understanding of the way the world works on which i think can come in the expansion. So hopefully we're all in combinations of both in that whatever whatever exact recipe makes of who we are gives us a really stunning insight into the specific facet of revelation that we were put on this world to help reveal what incredible note to end on. Thank you so much benico ads for joining us. This has been a fantastic conversation. It's been so my pleasure. Thank you for a podcast list. Sham and i wish you and hope all of you to have a glorious. Whatever day of the week is comes on top of worship alone..

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"baruch" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"baruch" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"I don't feel like there's a contradiction between my body and my soul. I do believe that that contradiction rights outside a from social and cultural expectations. And i believe that when that culture back contradiction arises in society and culture it is used as evidence against like what are you. What do you mean you're a man you're supposed to love. That's how it works. It's a contradiction to be a man who there then loves a man arts a contradiction to be a woman and to have a extended phallus or to be a man and to have a weighty chest and that is used as an example of thereby you are invalid thereby you are untrue and i actually was talking about this of my transferral friends recently in a separate project that she has about the deeper understanding of truths that you get to within the contradiction of translates that there was there. You can try to simplify truth. That doesn't work for ciswomen in that. A woman has a certain body. Because that's never been true for system not every woman who's ever been considered as this woman will fall within that line because god desires diversity desires ability and has created us in an infinitude that she has created in order for us to bless and through the dialectic of understanding the fullness of trans womanhood and trans manhood and trans person hood deeper truths about what it means to be a woman and a man and a person. I feel like that that contradiction leading to truth again. I don't believe trans. People are contradiction. But i believe the specific combination of body and soul that many trans people hold to lead us to a deeper truth and if we are really within the project not only. Does the rabbis explicitly invite us to do this around gender and sex multiple times around the thomas in the mishna and the other rabbinic texts. But i think in general this is what the rabbinic project calls us to do this to like get deeper by way of these seeming contradictions before we go. I wanna make sure that we that we get to one other of those attributes of yours. Which is you teach you teach torah and you do it in a lot of places and so i'm curious what pieces of you. What have you arise there that that we might not see quite as clearly in in the other realms that we've talked about the two official waste that i teach i teach a couple of different ways cover who is a previous guest Have founded an online. I where she the name shamala home. But it's basically of the sky like there's a concept that after we pass a maybe live till one hundred twenty We to achieve in the sky because nothing g wants more after full life of studying is just a go at it once again and and there we teach a lot of different things different success of talmud that we think are really rad. Were really excited about our next class. Which is owned. I don't know how to say this out loud and coach. It's called tomlin for boring. Be words bitches you can say we. This is fun because we get to put explicit on the episode and then more people will listen okay. Hey kids tom. What can be cool. And they'll be explicit via for boring bitches which where we randomly chosen this again and it ended up being about raynham little mishnik word choices in and tort law in. We're going to try to find the clearness in. They're not try. We're convinced we will find the greenwich and there. We're excited about doing that. More going forward popping and quick to say that. Tom for boring which is released. This podcast has already happened. Unfortunately but we definitely hope that you will be interested in other things like it through. Shell malla in the future and contact us to learn more or to connect you with an in clever. So that's one avenue where teaching. I'm really excited about that. And about continuing to grow around that with honda. I feel like we have a really important sisterhood in partnership and i am also in the Teachers colo so. I'm learning to be a teacher with this far method of thomas which is what we practice and shell allah and but i try to practice all my routers and there are a couple pieces of the tour that i feel like are really alive in my soul and i wanna transmute in a couple of different ways. One of them. Is this kind of idea of told the trans which is total transmitting generations of translates which is a kind of way. A bunch of parts of the torah start. It's like said told they. Safer to the bottom is how fifth chapter of genesis starts. This is the book of the generations of adam. Then we generations of ishmail you talk tara etc and they kind of list. The story either just genealogies or the stories behind people's descendants and total trans comes from a amalgamation of a bunch of different rabbinic and rabbinic sources of all different sorts which combined actually show an unbroken chain of translates throughout the patriarch. Matriarch patriarch all the way from l. Akeem gone to rabbi rabbi in the toilet and might deep understanding of jewish history that translates is not in greenwich is not a side story but a central theme in central current and. That's one of the things. I'm passionate about talking more about in general and then the other thing that many things i want to think about teach Is is a lot about. I mentioned this off like diasporas theology and and also anarchist theology and this is a little bit in the tradition of rabbi named auchan. Are jacob salkind. Who has a nineteenth.

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"baruch" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"baruch" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"Yeah i mean. I feel like before a hundred years ago. Maybe a hundred fifty now. This was like a an implicit or explicit. Default of the vast majority of jewish community around the world was diasporas. And what i mean by that is at dinas. A political concept had not been invented. Some juice research money to send some money to longstanding jewish communities within autumn in palestine or went there to get buried or got a piece of earth from there to put in their graves because it part of the ideas to be buried in israel. And if you take a piece of earth from israel and put it in your grave than it's like you were very there. And i think also that puts you first in line for miami seem for the reading livening of the dead. You wanna be for semi there to get all the good seats. So there was like that kind of relationship to israel. And then there was dwight kite which a term from bundy's are far left jews in eastern europe who specifically were imagining cultural national and religious. Well more like cultural and ethnic autonomy for juice with a liberated and communists and socialists republics in eastern europe can explicitly like this. We belong and they were doing that in response to zionism too but even before the jews of spain kept their keys to homes in cephalopod and in spain for hundreds of years after the expulsion. Which is what my family went through. We were in cordoba for. We were in northern morocco and dreamed not about a return to zion but a about a return to under lucia and named southern spain as as their jewish home. And and you have different things. Like the vilna got on which to say. Great communiqu master in in vilna in lithuania in all had a student who came to him and said rabbi should go to jerusalem to build the jewish home and to build the future of the jewish people in the vilna gallon. Who is one of the greatest minds. Judaism has ever produced in new. The entire talmud torah bell pet on the mouse by heart was incredibly scholar told his student. Why don't you build jerusalem right here. You have been given the tools by our ancestors to build jerusalem wherever we go and i feel like the concepts of diaspora due necessity like we are diaspora from somewhere. Right like And they do necessitate a to landon. Why no matter where. On the earth we are are festivals follow the agricultural cycle of a of a specific latitude and longitude within the mideast. But i think the ultimate into that i asked for the vast majority of jewish history has not been conceived of as an being in a western nation. State that'll have a seat on the un and and the army and a healthcare system in this in that and everything else said was her nation but will be a messianic kingdom that followed tore law in like you know came down from the heavens and the third temple would like literally like fall down from the sky right in place and that history. I feel like has taken a pause for some subset. Even the large majority of the jewish community at different places. But it is more of a pause than it is by a Invention of a new conception of judaism. That's coming out of the hospital and for me. It is this leaning into that really ancien and knowledge that do this is teaching from proselytism from from jewish mystical revival in seventeenth and eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in eastern europe. That a jew who's focused on prayer there breath becomes fire. Their tongue becomes the altar in their words become the sacrifice. And you become a temple to god no matter where you are and like. We built our success no matter where we are observe passover and observe a swiss. I can talk a little bit. More about the aspirants theology where. I think god actually calls us to do this. But that's my lineage. And i'm curious how you think about the connection between what you're talking about with die aspiration as an alternative as a contrast to zionist judaism. And what you said earlier about the idea that it's when you have these conflicts that you know you're getting closer to god and can you talk a little bit more about that just not necessarily only dwelling on that example. But i'm interested in that example but also also more broadly like i think it's helping me think a little bit about what i've been trying to say for a long time on this controversial question of should we have red lines in the jewish community. About what we can talk about with regard to zionism and and i've always been phrasing that in a negative way like we shouldn't have red lines. It's it's important. I have open discussion. But i feel like what you're talking about is the step even further which is saying. It's actually in the not having of the red lines in the in the holy conflict among ourselves that we may actually beginning closer to something true with the capital t. I left to hear more from you about that. I feel like it's a really beautiful wages. You conflicts and where we have this concept rabbinic attempts tete-a-tete being french for head to head beanie gets a hundred points for the for the defining terms of other languages. We we ask again Hebrew terms that we haven't formally ashford definitions of french terms. That appreciate it very much. Elaine lay gummy and all my friends family would be so happy for the sake of heaven you know and this idea that an argument can be for the sake of heaven They think is a really core one of the rabbinic outlook on the world and yes. I do believe dialectic. And that process is like the holy rhythm of the talmud. I feel the talmud as i read it and study. Go this way in that way and for those listening. I'm just doing a little like shoulder. Shimmy til weapons of right And i feel like it's that dance in that rhythm. Because i do feel like god isn't a static concept in his something closer to a rhythm and to like a process and to dance and i feel like is that dance and that process that were that are headed supposed into or not supposed to reach an understanding of what god is we're supposed to feel the divinity and and have a grain that just works in that way in a divine way or as close as we can come to it and that's what a rabbis are trained to teach us to and yeah. I think about this with dass. Brazilian zionism and with the kisses arguments in our community. I also have recently talked about this in the context of translates to how a contradictory truth is often defined in our tradition as more true and that basically. If you're not in a contradictory truth you just have reached deep enough yet like once you do. You'll know you've reached a deeper level..

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Rhythms of Sacred Protest - Koach Baruch Frazier

Judaism Unbound

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Rhythms of Sacred Protest - Koach Baruch Frazier

"Wanna talk about somebody coming to to do what you're doing which is to be in rabbinical school after a career in another field. I'm just curious about that because up until relatively recently being a rabbi was like something that people did more or less out of college and as somebody who's now on the old side. I kind of feel like i actually have learned a lot in the last thirty years and if i were to become a rabbi which i've got rid would never be but if i if i did today audi much better at it than i would have been thirty years ago and so i'm wondering just could you talk a little bit about how you made that decision to become a rabbi. After having done something else for a long time. And how has that influenced the way that you experience being a rabbinical student. One of the things that was on my mind. When i decided that i wanted to go to rabbinical school was as a leader Leader in community already in saint louis missouri. Which is where most recently from people were already assigning the title. Rabbi to me. It felt very strange. A i that was one thing that propelled into rabbinical school. The other thing is that. I spent a lot of time as an audiologist and i was starting to notice that some of the people who were coming to me weren't necessarily coming to me for their physical. Let's say a problems or their physical situations that they were actually coming to me. And i was more so as chaplain than i. Was there. audiologist in as that started to shift. I say you know what. I think i should go to school. So that I've gone to school for a audiology. And i felt of my career was great and i also knew that there was foundational learning. That made that career great along with the experience in so i decided that i needed to go to rabbinical school to get some foundational learning so that those moments in time when i'm spending with people as their rabbi that the foundation is there

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Zion Williamson, Lonzo Ball, Pelicans Hold off Donovan Mitchell, Jazz for Win

Get Up!

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Zion Williamson, Lonzo Ball, Pelicans Hold off Donovan Mitchell, Jazz for Win

"We are back on. Get up and jay. Williams made his way to take a look at the game of the night last night. A good one between the jazz. And the pelicans and this one was all about ziad. Look at him. Going right equity go back just constantly challenging rudy gobert. He gets his shot blocked more than any other player in the league. But it doesn't matter because it's going to finish at the rim. He had fifteen points in the third quarter. Zion did look at them continuing here and just taking a straw once again. He loves eternal right shoulder. That's his patented move. Twenty-six ten last night for zion who was really emerging clear in his second season. Well let's take you to where this game is decided thirty seconds ago jazz are down by one. And here's the big sequence. J. will often miss from donovan mitchell. Donovan mitchell mrs baruch. I don't know if i call that over to bat call rudy gobert. That just much taller. But since i did it take another look at it here. That's go bear. He does get called for over the bag. Zion would make too so the pelicans of a three point lead in. Here's the final shot. Not a great look that the utah jazz get off. Zion gets the rebound josh. Hart gets uncontested dunk. And that is all she wrote. The pelicans get the win. One twenty nine one twenty four and again as i on finishing with twenty six points. Ten boards five assists. Joining anthony davis as the only players in new orleans history with game with those numbers before turning twenty one years old. They will play again tomorrow night

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Coronavirus Update: WHO investigators discount theory that virus leaked from lab

Mike Gallagher

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Update: WHO investigators discount theory that virus leaked from lab

"Of World Health Organization experts, wrapping up a visit to China to investigate the origins of the coronavirus dismisses speculation that the virus escaped from a government lab and move on you wait shows food safety, an animal diseases expert Peter Ben Am Baruch discounts the theory, Kate was very unlikely that anything could escape from such a place. And we also know that when lab accident happened there, of course extremely rare. China has rejected that possibility On has promoted other theories for the viruses. Origins. Wh O is exploring a scenario that it's more likely to have jumped to humans from an animal.

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"baruch" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"baruch" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Wanted to understand how they could be so cavalier. So I turned to an expert Baruch Fischhoff is a psychologist at Carnegie Mellon University. He studies how people assess risk and, he says, Usually people are pretty good at noticing patterns, understanding what's dangerous and then acting responsibly. So people record the frequency of things that they've seen or heard about automatically. But they're not good at adjusting for things that they don't see. Like Covad particles, and Fischhoff says that when we can't see that risk, we need someone to calculate the risk for us to make it really clear with the boundaries are Fish have says That message hasn't been clear. Is it safe for me to meet my friends? If they just got tested for covert and their negative? What if they had the virus and aren't contagious anymore? Could they get it again? How does the new variant plan to that? How do I know which vaccine will be the most effective for me? Thea answers to these questions are for the most part out there if you know where to look. But if you don't or if you're not motivated than navigating risk can be really tricky. It's easy to criticize people from making bad decisions. And there certainly are people who are confused. They're people who are irresponsible and don't care about other other people. But there are people who are making really poor choices out of ignorance rather than out of stupidity, or or or malice. Yeah, maybe my roommate is just working off of bad information. She probably didn't realize the risk of having a small party and probably thought she was being really safe about it. But here's the kicker. She's planning a birthday party for herself. This coming.

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"baruch" Discussed on The Entwistle Podcast

The Entwistle Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"baruch" Discussed on The Entwistle Podcast

"A painting i was doing and then the kind of the support i got was amazing so i just kind of continued it and never thought seriously about tha until kind of astro locked in their realize that really helped me cope. I feel the one benefit down is encouraged people to really be themselves. you grew. Yeah definitely did it. Definitely did for the few in the population of kids in the there are some care and i think not is a smaller minority. Those who do care about what people say about them. Because for most i mean. We've all been like this is. He thinks she thinks about me. What are they saying about me if i do this. And they're going to say something about an ultimate life. You realize that you have to do stuff for yourself on bulk. Everyone dies when you start to see results. You need to just realize that you need to focus on yourself. Convert your aims are an. I mean what people say. Obviously a lot of and things people say tiv- because not everyone is horrible. Paris bought in negative things. I just feel like you should let them get you down. Earned almost always learn from them and kind of like learn to block out and learn to realize that you can actually use that to your benefit. And and if he can mean too. Yeah no i understand what you mean. I go and rum's says something the lines of is like if i give you a hard time. This isn't the baruch corp. it's basically if i give you a hard time. Don't take it personally to really get fix skin. You have to take some shit. Yeah definitely feel those draft taken share. No lives are the tough ones. Yeah they enter. That's definitely in unique to is good. It's good because you learn from that and you learned that you can't take it and you can grow from that and it's almost a positive thing you talked.

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"baruch" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"baruch" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Let's all take this journey together billers. And here's your host. Chris mclean welcome back. Thank you for joining us on the beyond the bucket. Show your first time more hundred time. I don't even know what episode on now but thank you for joining today's guest. Is john lewis. He is a business student at baruch college out in new york. He is an amazing. Young man I went on his podcast. He's only twenty years old. But you can tell this guy's destined for a bright future John is hard working and self motivated individual looking to launch a successful career in the sports industry after he graduates. He has already won a bunch of different.

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Groups sue U.S. to stop deportation hearings by videoconference in New York

The Takeaway

04:02 min | 4 years ago

Groups sue U.S. to stop deportation hearings by videoconference in New York

"In June of last year, immigration and customs enforcement New York field office made an announcement. It would no longer take detained migrants to court hearings in person. Instead it would hold hearings exclusively through video-teleconferences on Tuesday. The Brooklyn defender services and other legal organizations filed a class action lawsuit against ice challenging this move. Joining me in our studios is Andrea science an attorney with the New York immigrant family unity project at Brooklyn defender services. They provide free lawyers to detained low income immigrants. Thanks for being with us. Andrea thank you for having me. So can you tell us why you filed this lawsuit? What's wrong with hearings by teleconference? So what's happening? Now is that instead of in years prior where our clients were sitting next to us at these hearings that determine whether or not they're going to be free going to be back with their families are going to be. Deported to a country where they possibly face persecution or harm. They are being beamed in by television show, and it's simply not a fair hearing is the bottom line. They are not giving given the opportunity to fully participate in their hearings to communicate with our council to see the evidence against them. And we think it's fundamentally wrong and unfair for the most important person in the hearing to be the only one who's not in the room for people who don't know how it works. Can you explain how it's used and how much now what's happening right now at Baruch is that every single hearing is being done by video. So it's not just for a routine scheduling conference, you know, come back next month. All the here's a smiling deadline people are appearing by video further. Bond hearings were they're being asked to testify for their own freedom for hearings were were determining whether they're mentally competent enough to even understand what the hearing is about. And most importantly for hearings that are about their entire defense to remove all including whether they can stay permanently with their families or whether they have a case for asylum. So every single. Kind of hearing is being done on video, and what's the justification for why the are using video teleconferencing? Well, the agency has told us a couple of different things they've told us that they had to do. So for security purposes, there's been protested Eric in the past and that has not stopped the production of people safely to court. And they've also basically told us that it's efficient, and we think that due process is more important than efficiency. And that in fact, as we explain the lawsuit we've had enormous inefficiencies from this policy because the technology has been so problematic that we've had to adjourn hearing after hearing, can you give us an examples to tell us how you've seen this practice play out with with your clients. Sure. I think there's a couple of different categories of how this has hurt our clients. The first is that they are in detention for a really long time where we can't hold their hearing properly. The government has maintained that this is a fish. I'm actually the opposite has happened where we've had days where the hearing couldn't even start because we couldn't connect by video. We couldn't get the interpreter online or. Something happened during the hearing where we needed to ask our client. What do you think you look at this evidence? What we need to take a decision in this moment, but we can't confidentially speak to our client in that moment. So we have to adjourn the entire hearing. And then drive out to jail the next day and talk to them and come back and do it. So we've had clients who had to sit in detention for another two or three months because of what happened in the hearing that's one category. And then when we go and see them we've had dozens of clients tell us, I don't know what happened. Can you? Explain it to me. I couldn't hear I didn't understand what the judge said. And the other category is just that we think that the judges aren't able to assess our clients credibility, or what's really going on with them over a screen and the complaint talks about some of those clients in the lawsuit, including a client who had to talk about his sexual orientation over a video in a situation where he didn't feel like it was confidential, and you can imagine how that affects your -bility to tell your story in another client who had serious, cognitive, limitations and sobbed. Uncontrollably during his hearing, and we couldn't finish the hearing in time and it got adjourned. And in the end, the judge denied both of those cases, and we feel like

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Donald Trump, Trump and Obama discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:14 min | 4 years ago

Donald Trump, Trump and Obama discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"But one of the moments are really still to me was Connie tried explaining what he finds so appealing about Trump my dad and my boss separated. So I didn't have a lot of male energy in my home and also. American family. No Jeep doing youthful though, but there's a time. You know something about. Love love everyone, right? But the campaign I would just didn't make me feel good guy that didn't get to see my dad all the time, like a guy that played catch with his son. It was something about when I put his hat off and make you feel like superman you made a superman that was, that's my favorite superhero. And you make a superman Cape for me also as the guy that looks up to you lose up to wrap around lives up to Baruch, industry guys, critical, no bullsh- with the beep on it. Have you wanna do it five, six delay and just goes eight hits done. Try make some sense of what are we saw today, dry Britney. Cooper, author of elephant rage, a black feminist discovers her superpower, Jilani Cobb, staff writer for the New Yorker, and I'll certainly pretty, I actually thought that one minute summation of feeling emasculated and feeling under threat about one's masculinity and finding an projecting Hillary Clinton because of a choosing. Donald Trump was like assessing to articulate. For the motives of millions of voters as you will find. Absolutely. So you know, there's so many things going on here, but you know, he's playing from the patriarchal playbook of Trump and basically he sat in the Oval Office today and said, who's my daddy trumps my daddy and look. He's actually not the first politician in recent years to make this argument that black men since father loss our fatherland drives policy rock. Obama also did this a lot. But what what I think is doing or thinks he's doing is actually setting himself up for presidential run. Using Trump's playbook, he's making a media spectacle of himself. He's trying to play on black moon's emotions and thirteen percent of black men supported Trump. So he's trying to say that we're putting black families back intact by putting fathers back in the center of the story. It's all trash. We should reject all of it, but I felt really triggered in this cavenaugh Cosby moment about our. Inability to think about the function of patriarchy, right? It's it's a clunky word and so we keep on leaving it out of the discussion. But this is about male domination. This is about the ways that they were explicitly bought over. Literally black men have there are many black men who who cannot get onboard with a full black liberation plan or liberation for all people because they want the kind of power that white men have. And so- communist model that first today he said, look, this is what I, what I aspire to is to be Donald Trump and any black person who is being honest, will tell you that it's not just white communities are Republicans haven't Trump problem. We have a Trump problem in black communities too. One of the things that's instructive is that less Atta conversation with historian Timothy Snyder and philosopher Jason Stanley. We're talking about fascism and one of the things that most salient things do found authoritarian regimes across the board was this leader as paternity figure and the fun father father figure of the state? Exactly. And so listening to Conde articulate that was really kind of shocking and frightening in this particular way. And of course, it's not unusual. We know that this is the dynamic that's happening, but it is still nonetheless striking when you hear it so succinctly articulated and Brittany's point of saying that Kanye west wants to run for president. I remember a time when we would laugh at something like that and say was awful, but now we're in such a bizarre twilight zone kind of reality. The cool knows what actually could happen in this country. And also to your point about the sort of fascism or authoritarianism like those are just strikes me to county likes the aesthetics of it, like he's very explicit that like I liked

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