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Cornell Belcher Tries Making Critical Race Theory About Integration
"Go ahead Enough calls with Democrats where it's like you know let's pivot and talk about something else No you can't pivot and talk about something else CRT is the latest line of school busing cross town busting Well you're an idiot because CRT is not about integration CRT is not about individual equality It's not about the character of one's content critical race theory is about racism Critical theory is about Marxism Critical race theory is about condemning certain people because of their pigmentation And calling other people oppressed because of their pigmentation and in some cases having nothing to do with their pigmentation And it is an ideology that has as its purpose to overthrow the existing society What does that have to do a school bus and crosstown busing while Fred queens all these other trigger issues that they're talking about Really nothing
Democrats Are Schizophrenic Saying Critical Race Theory Is Not Taught
"More from belcher Cut ten CRT was on the ballot And quite frankly it was a mobilizing energizing force on the right And Democrats on the right Period Not just on the right with all kinds of people Independents Democrats Republicans all came together and said no Now you have people like Christopher roof oh and Michael Gonzales had heritage and others who had been talking about this for some time But right here we nationalize this issue We nationalized it behind this microphone We nationalized it on the vin TV life liberty and Levin of course in American Marxism We explained it in great detail Because I have these platforms A year or two ago nobody understood what critical race theory was Nobody And people began to see what was happening to their children in the classroom during the pandemic Because the virtual learning what is this stuff And we've spent hours and hours and hours of going through this and extensively writing about it On a national platform that reaches every corner of this country in millions and millions of people So we were familiar with it and so in the media pushed back on behalf of their benefactors And push back and said it's not being taught We told them their liars When they said it's not racist we told them their liars The whole point of the book is we even told them who invented the ideas who developed the ideas whose writing books on the ideas and what these ideas are
Cornell Belcher Pushes Propaganda With Chuck Todd on MSNBC
"Cornell belcher who burps up all kinds of racist propaganda He's a Democrat pollster who's used widely on MS LSD In there he is with schmuck Todd a Democrat His wife is a Democrat operative This is the nature of the beast I'm afraid And listen to this exchange cut 9 go They're not winning these running up this score in rural America because because of their putting a better a better policy around them People whipped up an anchor No no no no they've got people whipped up in anger I guess chuck missed the riots two years ago Ladies and gentlemen the whipped up in anger God if we had an honest meeting could you imagine We'd never lose Anyway more on belcher burping up go ahead They're feeding them They're feeding them anger they're feeding them resentment We've got to do a better job as well Around the values piece And too often for me Does it look like Democrats but two of them Democrats think all voters are transactional right If I give you this for your pocketbook you're gonna vote for me And so much of America especially world America they make sense of their lives through the prism of their values and their religiosity And we are not connecting with them on that And by the way part of that right now is also connected to racial resentment Because we're all people you know we know They're racist their backwards
Understanding the Two Best-Selling Proponents of Critical Race Theory
"George Lynn Oy, Research professor of Public Policy and Political Science, University of Maryland, Maryland describe CRT through the writings of the two best selling proponents. Robin D'Angelo and Abraham X Candy. CRT begins with the perception that race is the primary way to identify and analyze people and consequently posits a racial hierarchy that supposedly exists with whites on the top and blacks at the bottom. Individual behaviors in significant because everyone in America functions within a society of systemic racism, structural racism and institutional racism. CRT affirms this perspective by pointing to various existing racial disparities, which it claims that the result of racist discrimination. So, according to this perspective, efforts by public and private organizations to enforce civil rights laws and employment, housing contracting education, etcetera. They're either insufficient or pointless. CRT offers two responses to this situation. First, all whites must admit their culpability by confessing the advantages white supremacy confers on them. Failure to do so reflects white fragility. An instinctive defensiveness, the white race said to display after they have been trained about their investment racism. Second, individual whites cannot hide behind any personal history of nondiscrimination. The desirability of race neutral laws or policies because the collective action of their race has been oppressive, and it goes on, folks. This is what the people Who believe in this are saying and writing. And reaching millions of people and reaching a kids in classrooms who have no choice but to listen to this stuff. And for Chuck Todd on Meet the Press and NBC To act like this is manufactured when the evidence is choking like smog. And for this full Cornell Belcher. To try to try and turn it on Republicans and Donald Trump just shows you what a sleazeball this guy is.
"belcher" Discussed on KTRH
"James Belcher. You may know him better as Whitey Billy's story would never be complete, are 59 inbound at the loop is always a problem. Ktrh time saving traffic next on the 10. His name is mixed up in just about everything when it comes to plans to try to take this country down the socialist road, George Soros. Soros backed group is planning the third reconstruction. Hang on. I know about the civil War reconstruction. And if this is a reconstruction they're trying to do. That would be too. What's the third Anyway? We'll get into it. Um, they're going to be going around the country. They want to abolish ice advance reparations, single payer, health care and a whole bunch. Of socialist whisper, which will whisk which wish list. Thank you items and I got stuck on that one. Almost hurt myself happens to me, Dude, we'll be back with that in just a second Bible. Ooh! Bop a lop bam boom 6 20 now That's what I do when. All right, All right. Little sky might go ahead and fill us in on the drive. Okay, I got you North Freeway here, Jimmy out Bam! At the shepherd exit. That was an accident that took up two right lanes were still backed up from Little York. That's going to get better. But your inbound will probably get worse from greens point down an extra six minutes heading into downtown on the east. Samdhong Genoa Red blood that pedestrian accident. Has been cleared and we're actually posted speeds pretty much between 2 25 and the Gulf Freeway. I'm sky Mike in the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 Hour traffic Center from our ktrh Top Tax Defenders 24 Our Weather Center. Partly cloudy 40% Afternoon storm Chance about 94 Today. Seven Clouds Mix straight Afternoon storm possible Tomorrow 96 something about 96 on Thursday. Right now it's 80. And your officials Severe weather station NewsRadio 7 40 ktrh time to get you caught.
"belcher" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Needed. I wish you had anyways. I need and so i had to do it myself. I'll talk about. We talked about ladybugs. And they're fucked up cannibals or that one of a fucking butterflies. here's trivia it's abc or d. Okay butterflies either. Love getting drunk. They love eating poop they love cannibalism or their absolute fucking death machines last listeners. Think about it. What do you think what do you think fortify their. I should down this. I think the poop a poopie. They fucking do all of that. Abc nbc. they're fucking monsters. You butterflies do these q. Little motherfuckers their favorite activities include getting drunk on fermented logs at lock sap. They have drunken. They love eating poop or dead animals. They will just feast on it. Like you find fucking dead. Coyote on the road and like butterflies would be like i'm gonna get so why don't we because it's just a butterfly man. Thick of how small they. Don't come in mass. We see flies eating a corpse yet. Because there's a million of them you don't see one you don't see you don't see one fly eating a corpse. It'll be one butterfly. His name's bobby's like and they love eating their siblings as caterpillars so that yeah so when their own brothers and sisters are becoming their own butterflies. Nope this is stacey. I'm going to eat most do that. And they get drunk that that was the biggest drunk. Butterflies are fucking loaded. All of the time. I don't know how they found that out. But that's a cool. Fuck in fact. I liked it so get ready for christmas. Fun episodes coming on. Didn't like it clearly. It was weird. But they're evil p survey but they're beautiful and they're part of the montauk project and they love montauk. I mean m. k. Ultra probably because they're fucking monsters so rate and review us of you. Enjoy your show the more you guys rolling. I'm so proud. You know the more you guys help out in the more you guys show that you enjoy show. 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The only reason knows mcdonald's and by the way this is a horrible experience. I've never had food poisoning before shedding for literally. Two days like literally couldn't go to work couldn't leave the fucking bathroom. I think there was a six hour span. There at one point right didn't even step out of the washroom but it was the only thing i've eaten in the past couple of days. My girlfriend did not and even while i was eating the first couple of bites. This tastes oddly fresh. That's what i remember. I was like this is way too fresh to be mcdonald's and i don't know why it tastes like that. But the motherfucker gave me voicing your significant other is also a vegetarian and she. She'll eat fish right. Yeah and eggs and all that she had bought. What does she get from. Mcdonald's the fish that was the only. I'm saying she eat from mcdonalds. A sheet the fish. I usually get early pancakes or fries or something. That's protein the no. Nothing she eats is protein inspired. 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"belcher" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
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"belcher" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"A boner guess. What they love. Spank stop thank you. Stop doing it like this attitude. Spread all across the island over mike. These guys are jesus but there's also people are against them so this whole thing was sweeping on in a black catching wind where people are believing in it. And there's two are not believing in it was spreading. And i think that peter it was very hard to say because he was certainly the person peters he had peter sola had the most contact with the outside world and he would seem to be the last person in belcher island who claimed to be god. This is literally like religious fever of like all the white people said that this was corrected in believe them. They've got the white people know everything so his sister minia mina. How are gearing. I it's m. i. n. a. mana meena meena. Meena sister meena on the other there. Isn't i know that is because my friends names was a white unbalanced and one could imagine her doing exactly what she said so in she was kind of. It's funny because when meena in in wait a minute and was in you when you at name. That's fucked me as a girl named sarah real menas in addition name. Do you know that. Yeah i'm surpri- only reason. I do know that is like i said my friends meet his name's his last name last name and and he's addiction. Ask me and he said no. He told me about his heritage. And that kind is a a well known egyptian laws jason so it was weird because when peter saw was kind of being like maybe i regret claiming that god and then killing this fucking girl little girl she went against me and charter fucked up on the on. Fuck the guy's name is charlie. His name is eric. Which i think i think this guy like like you said he wrote the story about this very i bet you. He just gave everybody different names. Nobody's going to know what that is but also white who will did give people as back your nothing. You're fucking tom com. So it was weird. Because peter started pure solid started like being like. Oh maybe this isn't the right thing. And he had the most contact with the outside world. Now like Maybe this isn't and stuff like that and his wife was all on board all this fucking murder. Everybody like if they don't believe in you. This is like okay so she was kind of being disillusioned delusional. Delusional delusional delusional. I can see straight and she ushered all the people in the ice most of them kids and old lady dot oled people were in in in indigenous culture. Their nose elders. The old people like worship this chick just said fuck this inaudibly said he said jesus would come the al-sham on the ice and this was she had that whip fucking whipping them. I think it was now or was odds Because both how many people was this one lady like rounding up at this point with a whip. You think they could turn round. Even if they were kids elders like with enough of them they could turn around just down. There is a bunch of it was like over one hundred people in this try. I guess you'd call it off like five or six hundred. And then they started questioning it and people were questioning what the fuck was happening and why these guys were saying they were gods and then killing people for saying that they were the they were against them so they killed a little girl and in harpoon somebody on over his little girl or not and they ended up kind of going on and being like you know this is a god and then there's people like this is a bad idea. What are you guys doing. So it's i break fucking former alicia assuring co-pilot and the ice saying that you don't need the dogs anymore. You don't need like anything because this will be kayaking down from the sky. Jesus going to kayak. Why wouldn't you just float. Jesus seems like more work. If you can already levitated. There were six people who died of exposure. Which because they also she's like you only possessions so looting close you're right so she made him get naked and i don't consider closer possession. I really don't that's one thing. That's like. That's a necessity. So they made children's trip and old women and everything and fucking push them on the ice. Then people started revolting. There was people that were trying to them towards the shore. Because there aren't a fucking piece of ice like let's get the fuck off like there were people that are there are actually rising up and saying no no no heroes heroes so getting back to peter is a bit of peter pisit pizza. Peter peter is a bit of a mystery but he also i realize boy i made a mistake and by the time there was nothing he could do about it when he heard his what his sister had done. Ausra all these people in the ice and then people like fuck this. I'm getting my kid out of here. And he's freaking out so he refused to speak to her for quite some time. So he's like bitch you fucked up. I said i was god. But i wind want dying. I know we. I know we killed like accent pressure that killed three people saying that they were like satan. You're all you're killing all of the elders and shows like fucking as he burst into tears blamed himself for the whole thing. Course you fucking should. I hope you feel bad now. Towards the end of his life case. So who's who's documenting all this by the way who's in the corner of the room while he's bursting and he's like from.
"belcher" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Tolo. You're satan satan. You can dr. And this they've fully participated in the murders. I see what eglin mich- missionaries did preaching the gospel as being especially nefarious. The catholics accepted a lot of innuendo customs. Rituals angling kuenz were aggressive krishnan cleanser catholics includes anglicans anklets and just a year and a half ago. Oh this is him speaking is peter sala is just. I can't do any of accent just a year and a half ago accre elder and moose factory told me this story moose factory and that's not your give it actually going to be like got. We're both going usually with that. Why are we both going agent here. Let me see the wind down river. That was a good one eighty fire. It's all good and it's hours since he was very late to the residential school. One day come weight because he had been talking to end. Kim nick one of the people who was exiled exiled from the belcher islands. She was maybe fifteen or sixteen and killed sarah. The thirteen year old girl. Who initially had disagreed with. Charlie and peter saying god jesus so this girl came up third one year old girls. The only one. That's got the laws and they were preaching this and doing this. This girl sarah which is weird as an english name came up and was like you your body. Your body is peter and your body. Is charlie your your charlie inside and out. Doesn't matter what you say you were still charlie. You're not jesus so little girl perceive this and understood that they weren't god heads and nothing to do with it and then murdering her. I think she was the one that got shot with a harpoon. Don't fuck call us. And so they would kill anybody that said that they weren't god or jesus sounds charles. Manson sounds like a fucking psycho. So charlie charlie was a wanted a shaman. Wanna be essentially. That's why gained the status. did schwab so what. he did. Look him the sky and you saw the meteor shower. He was the one who made the proclamation. Like charlie was like jesus and jesus would help them and then when peter kay man who is more like i guess you can be god. Because i'm jesus already so you can me god the almighty even better than me. I mean i don't think this was present in very logical way. Jesus and god decided the show. None of this. Is our town such jazz like he would say things. Like i will help you and i will walk into the water and starts speaking to the seals and they will come out and the wall were says. Well he my words here my fucking or so mother talking wallers as well listen to me. So he believed he was like and this was his interpretation from reading something that was english. Yeah you know what i mean and there were cut off from most parts of the world and there was this cap who mentally like and there was this chap. I'm going to this and there was this guy who is mentally unbalanced technically and found this to be an excellent opportunity to prove himself. I'm jesus wherever this guy. These white people keep talking about. Guess what i'm him. I'm he's technically like a cult leader. Was jesus be crazy or do crazy. So an old woman said oh. We're all terrified that we would be next and in that case you have several ringleaders saying go get that guy and you listen to them so like he was spouting all this shit and they were listening to him. Because peter saulo was a good hunter. And then charlie was kind of a side. Man like peterson was asked hunter in the entire year. And then you have charlie because you need hunter that especially at this time error. It's i'm not gonna live. He's not around raise. All women said so. This is what this old women heard as she was a kid. There white people had eight legs like a spider. Then one. we're believe it like how easy it is for them to believe in these things and to believe in something that you've never seen. Yep yeah and here. They're telling us to do what. Charlie and peter sala say so an elder actually fucked that up an elder. She said that like sniff they tell you that. What if you had eight legs in fucking seven is that you believe them and she was like this is fucking crazy. If you don't your life might be at stake because if you weren't with them for preaching the gospel your fucking deb and a lot of people were afraid in the exact same way and they better follow the rules. Or whatever. Charlie you're saying i'd probably the same thing living in that day and age i'd be like living in the day and age you go to like. Where are you going to run the authorities. Yeah what are you gonna do. You're going to say. Oh my god yes you're so right you're going to go home to your wife and be like that guy's fucking high is tree but if you ever see him you call in. Jesus jesus you better call them. 'cause he will fucking kill you so just let's lay low and see what happens. This is also true with a number of different religious called. You listen to david koresh and if you don't even as dog you get fucking spanked. That's that's very airy affiliating. Couldn't imagine david question spag. The like somebody would actually like said over their lab and spank my ads bad especially in front of people. I know what a part of me if it was private. I'd probably like make it go harder. That's the hard enough and then he brings his swim. All thought that was to see this people get kinks though too. Yeah it starts from their kids beating a kid on the ass when they're six or seven and they end up getting.
"belcher" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"What had a soul. That's what their belief is that a soul parking sideways and that would be your saw anything my listeners on no no no because if you vegetables vegetables are alive plants alive so i thought i get that thought process. Kinda makes sense i guess. Yeah everything's scott murphy. Went through you in its vibration. Elect everything is living. That's poos like even even after you pick a vegetable instead now. Still living know they cry. Actually the baxter fact exactly pour hot coffee on thing and you are on a plant and you gauge. It's it's called. The in fact wants to look it up but it they were testing it with some sort of fucking meter and you could tell if a black pa plan on fire and they poured hot coffee on it. And this richter this thing this meter star going outta whack because it started the plant fell to whatever. The person was doing exactly. No i'm just saying when you it's completely irrelevant. And i said when you pick a planet dies because it loses route no longer living hubbard for three days issue. I'm pretty damn sure in less like they have some backup battery so in that a soul technically in their believe could transfer into another being a person might look the same on the outside but now could have a completely different spirit. One of the most evil words in the english dictionary in english language to that on getting was missionary Dam and a missionary had come but this is all very vague on their face. Now well documented so one guy showed up with a bible and then like slept in their library. But i see your bookshelf. Here's a here's a bible used. He's like he's having his morning cow milk and he's like don't have cows over there. Oh yeah no dude. He pays like forty dollars per cup for that shit. But my god have you seen okay folk talk whatever funny story i was just have you seen the fucking prices of none of it. Groceries sane li do you look that up offenbach. No i've actually been walled in grade eight. They mentioned it to me. And yes i honestly just two weeks ago. I remember looking at up again. Sunny d. for seven hundred fifty milliliter of cotton day. No seven hundred fifty milliliter jug of sunny d. That costs us about two dollars and seventy cents six bucks forty three dollars. No that's a live. Look it up as a lie. Three bags of milk because none of it also uses bags only on eastern canada. And none of it. Apparently three eggs milk sitting around sixty dollars. You're lying no. I'm not look it up. You shouldn't drink milk anyway. Think about it though like how much transportation fuel is everybody using and to make it worth their while to even give it to you because it's that's the price of living up there but again they're fair there are no shoes live played again but again there are plenty of government jobs that pay you fucked a crazy money if you live up there if you wanna live in the worst conditions can i was like i fucking nine salary year ninety. Why does not fucked money. That's normal money. Cheeses come from talked to some people right now during cova anyways the teachers. I don't know the number right off by her. But i know it's in the range if you're like an elementary school teacher and none of it sitting around six hundred thousand a year but that six hundred thousand a year doesn't really translate into much when you're paying sixty dollars for fucking bag milk. Some god damn milk. You're really like sixty thousand. A year makes it like a fifty law your job and your vote even so anyways. Yeah karen when they win. This guy stuck the bible into their bookshelf for some reason. One of the wits was able to read it homeboy k. And he talked about. He talked about the content and always seemed to be the case to the menu. It that white people they called them the cowl. You not the don't kow him that. Oh you nine had firearms and certain goods that made life easier so they did hear about it and see how white people coming over because of the time back. Dude fuck number because people would go up there and there was trades going on so they need for from seals. And what what do people know about. Ceo's today's we killed a lot of them. 'cause they're hide. Why why because they need it for what cooking you cook. Seal flubber. yeah they cook it. And i didn't know the one and then they use their hides for warmth. Part i didn't know is bugging you. I but what the flubber i appreciate. It could with the fat so they cook things in the fat on. It makes sense but like kinda cook in water so what is part tastes better when they thought. If you follow the the structures of the bible you'll have a rifle and you can humour seal steadily without harpoon that's unfolding because i'm pretty sure when somebody went against peter saw in and charlie eurotech. The god has people that claim to be god. Jesus they shot a girl with a harpoon. I'm pretty sure. Oh i know you don't believe in the they would think anyone finding they would think anyone satan. So they used to use this cauldron pot heating thing and supposedly he could show with somebody where satan or something like that heats up to literally uncontrollable temperatures. Which would be creepy. If you walk up to a partner instantly became. I assume you're satan to. There is an anglican church near little whale river on the mainland. Am i guess. Is that peter. Sala probably went heard a few hymns lord. Jesus better and he likes People to be good. Thank you cheese bringing and he could speak some english. So that's the thing is some english so he read the bible and he was like so i'm i'm i'm i'm god in jesus now okay. I don't think that's some. English is so he understood the words god and jesus and cross the barrier that i knows that's barely can work and the paradox is that he was too most educated of the local. Anyways verges expect to the outside world. Walks around his totta. La come here. I noticed three english words. In whatever language he spoke. But just translate and you can you. Can you do three. English words.
"belcher" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"A their translation. Because you know you know what we do. White men we. We try to force religion on other people house trend so min the authors said indigenous people to the area were essentially isolated. Didn't know anybody else until nineteen sixteen. When a mining engineer named robert flaherty was shipwrecked and spent winters in the island. And i a winter in the island and this is what would happen to when they were sailing and stuff like that. It was a shit show like especially when they started delivering stuff. The hudson bay because it is close enough where they were trying to get hudson bay and you deliver for trade going on at the time you know what i mean. Paper money didn't exist was gold and shit like that. So you had people getting shipwrecked all the time. Because it's fucking shit show when he got like fucking commonly shire's and yeah lots of ice now. They're all gone and we're gonna die. One day. I i'm sad about the polar bears. I know i feel bad about the pull though if you're black you attack. Sounds bad if they're brown. You lay down if they're white you're going to die. That's the polar bear analogy. The bears approach pretty good boys. Though i'll cake probably pretty good if you just make a treat or something he produced. I think Millman produced the famous documentary nook over the north which she showed the lives of native people in a manner that was somewhat fictionalized kind of racist quotations. Look up and he just he just wandered into this. Foreign land is gonna fucking write a book. So they've been they've been brought over a bible and they're getting taught because noah canadians did we didn't really we did have the slave trade with blacks and stuff like that but we'll we more or less did was try to change native people indigenous people. We tried to influence our thing we brainwash them in residential schools in talk. The beat them if they didn't speak english but we talked about much before that we're we're literally on their land. Yes and then. We gave them a little corner and we said here you go that's yours. We won't employers. Can't everyone harmony. Except the spanish didn't come in with harmony and near the a lot of the english but i blame. The spain already came in with harmony back in the eighteen early nineteen hundreds people were fucking vicious with a bible in quoting the bible in like having in you. It's like the wanted like you've got to learn to fucking bible man like an free debt right so on one night. During the bleak season of a spectacular meteoric shower illuminated the skies. One man twenty-seven-year-old. Charlie iraq connected the celestial event with the pass passage from matthew the stalls fall from the sky. And you will see the son of man coming his interpretation soon it would be the end of the world for the influence. It's scary that everybody likes to put their own spin and this we've talked about this on the map stereo episode people get crazy. They learned some. They're like the white man saying this must be true. Charlie iraq announced that he was. Jesus jesus i say to search you call the white man set and you're white and he only white men ever born in the middle east and the community. He was the community's best. And the community's best hunter peter sala was god so this guy's like lodden. Jesus and i'm dad weren't even i was going to do jesus i already did. A they gained acolytes and ordered to an ordered. The sled dogs be killed. Someone they use constantly so yeah so because soon everyone would be able to fly. He's like we all need these dogs anymore. Why you killing them. You'll be able to fly. Let the dogs loose. Your jesus and god where you murdering things. Now they want to kill the you can fly one day. We're not gonna need this exactly. You don't need it they go little fling you you kill the dog and you look chinese. Do chinese got some right. He just joking. Gave the only good thing i've ever heard about chinese them. Skinning and killing cats. Don't you dare tugboat madogre. That will turn right back on. You love dogs. They're all i'm gonna dog boys and katz fucking god damn line. That's technically a cat. It's a cat that's like a dog and he's a good boy to lyons the only reason we have like domestic cats nowadays is because someone bread with lions and tigers and he's kept breeding and smaller as neighbors talks came from walls. But okay that's true. Yeah and wolves are fantastic and tigers are fantastic and lions are fintan drag your skinny acid to a cave and be fucking very home. The leader of the wolves. They'd call me dad dot so so unbelievable and the unbelievers too would be killed eventually if they tested case. So don't you dare test test me. So salah peterson law sister four. Some of the islanders the takeoff through close clothes in order to greet the end of the world. Six died of exposure by the time fucking mace on called. It ran. its course and nine you. It's have perished. We'll get into it but she was like only nine. You know what you don't wanna fuck a dog. Whip is like when they whip the dogs lights for. Yeah no. that's not a dog. A horse with its ten is because these things would crack in a fucking pistol a a right horses original and these things were so powerful. A you'd like dogs without is in ears and shit because they crack the weapon in contact with them so this woman was like cracking the whip and being like fucking rolls these chooses these god. He's cracking the whip and she was grabbing the peter. The guy believe god. His sister like was like meet the end and was forcing people out on the ice. We'll get more of that later. But as the fact that it was so intense and that they really believe this shit. All of a sudden like mass hysteria like it seems like they just fucking went crazy so blending all the new religion. Peter told his fellow were islanders that even if he looked the same on the outside on the inside he was god. The believed that in every nature people were gods. Animals ause rocks. Were gods rains regard. Hey you're a good with people and animals and also the this rock this could you know that. What did you know that. Even even people in indigent people believe that poo poo is. They believe.
"belcher" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Each other are you can't get over the geography you want to look it out and kinda like work all do it later but as south east of hudson bay can't be none of it unless none of it has like huge fucking dick piece that nobody knows about it. It's gotta be giant. It's got to be like half of into ontario and it's technically classified as none of it. It doesn't quite make sense. So the winter of nineteen forty. One was a harsh winter even for northern canada especially back in the forties. The i know there's no fucking. Winter is in igli when the nineties winter was fucked. I was a baby. I remember snowstorms. That i've never seen since its global warming and as as mitch would like to say. That's bound the strange ship. And he's abs so we always. It's a good thing k. To warms up and and we can grow more vegetation have more farms as the rest of the world is a who gives a fuck about them fucking living and agriculture chip because technically if we grow all year round and make more money but we have more food but sick motherfuckers like the winter ice up. And don't i don't like outside. No okay. I love snow on christmas day or leading or leading up to christmas. And that's after after the january. I fuck right off. Like i hate january february but nothing is better. There's no better feeling in the world and freezing your fucking tits off for four hours and coming inside warming up and have sure. But what if you took florida where everyone can eat at. Because it's sewer. Gwen you when you get good weather all year round. You never appreciate whether so when summertime hits after winter driving down with your windows down. You're like yeah nobody florida's like its own every fucking day but today is a great one. We're just talking. I was talking about Santa con- you know what santa connie's happens in florida for santo and i think in new york and like like the california. I think but i've heard about like floor doing it. Where all these mother fuckers dress up like santa claus and they go drinking and they go bar hopping and santa claus fighting in the fucking corner and the santa claus throwing up. And that's actually really awesome. I know i was. I know i wasn't for covid during the red right now but i'd go. Nobody would believe him. Saying anything is Buddy stanage. You've been doing drugs. I haven't you know you showed a fucking pillow. When then fights would be awesome. No one could punch fat so fuck up and comes at you fucking hippies. Even her because we're just joking about that and how Body at work cody was like. Oh you know that'd be a good time to rob a bank. Trust like several would be well. That sounds fun but again the christmas aspect of it. That's once say but so these islands are remote bunch of in it live. There's gonna say eskimo but can't say ask them okay so i can't say how many people are gonna get that offended by it like thirty people thirty and that's all of the new. It's that's worse. And how many. Listen to our podcast. Thousands thousands out of the thirty. Those mother fuckers are listening like every single one of them have four podcast simultaneously playing in their ears. And they're all strange brew their mart. Remote arc igloo. A igloo is. Are you trying to say igloo. No it's arch ep. Google can use can you. That's not innocent is is not our pa- cello. No no see. It's lego lag. Oh whatever it's just below. The arctic circle offered very little exaggerate. Oh so weird because now you're bugging me out because you're saying it's south east maybe northeast. Because it's so close. Tobacco makes more sense because it's close to the arctic circle. I love how now that you clue in by yourself. It makes sense to you. But when billy says something instantly when you said you're like no you're wrong just shut up. Just shut up just below the arctic circle often with offered with very little vegetation. Warm in mind definitely fucking north aaron huts in that winter there were very few sees. Seals are walruses. Okay so the east of hudson bay does not have seals walrus good. I might be wrong. Might be right who knows In even the arctic hares for the inoue to hunt there was very little. Sorry i can't get off the you it's like here's our none of it land. You have what we travel down. That was a good one but we traveled down to that long. Dick piece of nin- wherever like literally submerged in water it like northern ontario. But it's still our land and we make this travel every single. Say this is. This is where all our kids hunt. This is where we dragged the food. back. I don't know three thousand fucking kilometers back to none of us american. Yeah i didn't say miles. Oh they do miles. Tricky god church. The residents spend long nights inside their igloos sometime. Just say times reading translated copies of the new testament portions of the bible. Speaking of speaking of everybody talking about just none of it. We gotta get this out there. Because i'm very curious. As opposed to how many people still nowadays still believe the majority of canned lives in nicholas. I was gonna say that earlier. Because americans don't do Glues it's it's arkansas. And i always thought it was funny. I always thought it was funny and i thought people were joking. I for the most part. And so like i must have been great. Nine agreed ten. I play xbox live. And you'd like go on your friends and like and somebody genuinely asked me like wholeheartedly like how. How are you playing from canada. Do like what kind of like like your electricity. Make like awesome money to like do all that work underground play. What auster. I still like it. Even though a bunch of thirteen year old eight year old kids have taken over it. I barely play. But i used to play a lot and actually the people from the states and stuff new superfund and this one guy his name. His name's war or something and he would be like. Hose the maple syrup. I be chasing as jason and like you just like live on a diet of maple syrup and beer mike. No no no. I also eat beavers. It's actually funny like no. We never touched the beavers. Be really man. This respect her fever by calling it policy. That americans called pussy beaver. I know but we are beavers special to us. So we don't we use them as signs very stinky thing. Beavers are lovely so we love beavers more than are women. This is weird because like the brought to the belcher islands. Just a few years before and missionaries. They brought like a bible like.
"belcher" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"It's fucking like two dollars a can tallboy and like you got a really tall glass of g and this is a bad idea recording on tuesday day so all you guys actually care like i wonder what bachan day they go on saying. Thank you so much for telling me that it was just in case people think like if we do the same subject another podcast issues like somebody just did. The abraham lincoln podcast and fucking people are gonna there's million podcasters. How many people that are just doing things with generally within these topics there. Somebody else is going to be interested in the thing. You're interested interested in exactly to the punch sucks. I know so. He always states the time. We're recording this. Now he's like tells. Just start doing that and say the daytime like two weeks prior to the actual into this is october third and actually steal. Things are actually just in case. This specific podcasts does look at that called. It did so we're going to get into some some topics this winter because canada now has snow everywhere. Thank thank you jesus. I was one day. I swear to fucking god. Every single year people forget what happened last year. The weather is okay. Dr whether no but the weather's always been the same. The first half november is always fucking warm. Always it's never been cold. Maybe in the nineties but for the past twenty years it hasn't and warming no okay maybe but anyways so everybody comes out. Oh my god. It's november and i saw and i'm like wow you're so fucking awesome. And then the i know fall hits odds over the and i'm like no i guarantee any money. Yeah it warms up again and it doesn't get cold so mid january early february. Yeah every fucking show. It's like everybody. Forgets fucking three today or some bullshit. It doesn't matter what the weather is. People will be like. What the fuck is this is gonna be eight degrees fahrenheit celsius. So we're gonna get into some like it's eight celsius celsius and fahrenheit fucking explained it to thirty two degrees negative thirty two degrees celsius zero fahrenheit. I think no because they go over like it's just like one hundred degrees. negative thirty. Two degrees is zero degrees fahrenheit. Yeah i think so yes. I think that's where the lines and this topic is fucking cold okay. These people were fucking cold. A record people. I'm sorry if i swear if i were an adult okay. So guys. if you like listen baffles my mind. People that like kay. This is not a general everyday topic that we talk about here on the podcast that we're talking about things that like more. I'm going to say for the majority more fucked up. People enjoy not that we also you people. Oh you can't say our anymore. Anyway john cherry anyways Like somebody that's interested in something like this. I just can't fathom that that attitude of having like oh my god. They swore while talking about reptilians zillions. You can't handle swearword. It doesn't i don't know and that's my whole thing to. it's just like says it's explicit. We talk about explicit content. We make jokes them. Some people might find not find funny. But i told a joke but it's all for the fun of it and like i say this it's fucking jokes. These are strange times. And this is a strange podcast range. Man just like fucking jim jefferies. Yeah he's like some article wrote about me and says this is jim jefferies things. He's like that is not what i think. That's what i think is funny to say exactly so this is like barren wasteland kinda shit leg. It's cold as fox. So we're gonna talk about the succo. The belcher island in the trial and massacre wanna go by but the belcher islands is southeast part of hudson bay and it gets chilly the belcher. I love east of hudson bay. Yeah the beltran called. no it's cold. It's not pretty so into the it's in the middle of the ocean not in the middle of it but on the side of it. So it's cold. We're talking about bang on -tario yes there's an. There's an island up way. Yeah yeah. I wouldn't consider an island is probably just bit up. A little piece of land literally separated by a river. Probably that's probably what it actually is an island but a white quebec just doesn't exist anymore. I've we clarified that. they don't exist. We don't care but they physically exist don't like it fan And i said so strange because we always make fun of quebec and listeners. Like your podcast. He made fun of koop back. We will talk trying. The belcher islands are spread out over almost three thousand square kilometers. See that's fucking nothing. I know it's early peaceful piece. I bet you the water around it is maybe yeah but ada decay. They belong to that. I guess that's an island lake region of the territory of none of it. You said south east of hudson bay does not none of it. None of its minute read. None of it's much much much. North of hudson bay. I know but it's in the region it category categorized in the region. They're pretty fucked up when they're making them charts. They're not called eskimos. Don't call them that. That's fucking racist. Okay it is i. I don't know that is don't like it. Because i think it was like a slur like the n word is but not as bad. Obviously they didn't get fucked and change but they just don't like it they'd rather be called like inuit's the to do talk to the eskimos. Don't like being called. Eskimos whites don't like being called so in at the end of the world a story of murder in the arctic middlemen. That's great names. Mailman millman but no a mailman tells little known tale of horrific series of murders and cans. Remote belcher islands in hudson bay in one thousand nine hundred. Forty one ring counting. The story of a short lived but intense religious. Fevers earned a close knit of Brand of a close knit.
"belcher" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"L A Clearwater police have arrested a woman for leaving her boyfriend's seven year old boy in a cold tub all night, Kyrie Gordon was unresponsive when 33 year old Sean to Belcher tried to wake him up. Instead of calling 911. She had her 10 year old son, move him into the tub. Lieutenant Michael Wallace says it was a difficult case for the officer because somebody failed, Tolo. Take the appropriate action they should as a parent or a smother human being. Belcher called her boyfriend the following morning. By the time paramedics arrived, the child couldn't be saved, Police say. Belcher admitted she should have called for help sooner. It's called swatting. When someone calls 911 to report a fake threat being a hostage situation or a bomb threat, it causes police to jump into action and prepare for the worst. It happened to a north port family have the woman's email account was hacked, allowing a cyber criminal to access her ring doorbell camera, he suddenly found that the police SWAT team had positioned themselves outside her home. Somebody called in a false report of a potential homicide with explosives at a home didn't necessarily add up right away, but we had to take every precaution. Just in case Josh Taylor with North for police tells news Channel eight they were able to make contact with the homeowner and went through the process of confirming that it was, in fact, a prank. Rain confirms it wasn't the doorbell camera that was hacked. They strongly suggest homeowners change their ring passwords and secure their personal email accounts..
Is Trump Losing the Midwest?
"Welcome to the be I'm Ari Melber and we are tracking some new sides. Trump campaign is worried about losing the Midwest and thus the entire race to Joe Biden trump spending precious time and resources on defense and state carried by wapping ten points. Last Cycle Iowa Biden is closing that gap and putting the state in a dead heat I was one of the thirty nine states Kobe is surging appointed his greeting donald trump's visit many voters their view this campaign homestretch through the prism of covert. And the criticisms not just coming from Joe Biden or the Resistance Iowa leaders, public health experts, independent writers all noting the trump is coming back now for votes after turning his back on the crisis there take the influential Des Moines Register stating that after jeopardizing our live from far. Trump decides to visit Iowa in person. Or take a look at this. You can't pull up trump's I will rally tonight without seeing this massive billboard pointing the way to yes. A super spreader of. Trump is plowing forward on breaking CDC guidelines lying about the risk of Colbert and the timing of vaccine and repeating two thousand sixteen claims in that state and in other key battleground states that from what we're seeing on the ground and our reporting may not play as well. Right now Democrats, say many measurable signs show that some voters are now onto the con- take a local paper in the state of Pennsylvania noting that trump is just recycling is two thousand, sixteen jobs message, which may work less during the current recession while the president blows up these stimulus talks this week. And his key groups like suburban women turn on Donald Trump that's according to internal polling newly obtained by politico or senior citizen's wavering on trump group that he needs for a winning coalition in several of these states, and since we were last on air just last night, roughly three more million ballots are in leading to nearly fifteen million total ballots cast, which again is vital because it may lock in votes at a time when Donald Trump appears down. So. If you follow all this stuff, you could see the facts trump's record are hurting him. But with the second debate canceled this week, not everyone's falling all the details which is important to keep in mind and that's true. We checked even in some key states that the candidates are visiting even for people who do read the paper. Take Florida which so many politicos obsessed over even when the candidates are on the ground I wanNA show, you hear a fairly typical big city paper, the Orlando Sentinel, the twenty, twenty race it's not the very top story or line. It's not top two on the right. You have to squint there and find it. We put it in red for you below the full in the very lower right hand corner, and that's with the nominee Joe Biden on the ground. Elections are one on preference and turnout. Popularity or preference really helps. But turnout commander more. That's how unpopular person like Donald trump managed to eke out a win in the electoral college in the first place even though remember he never pulled very high. He never pulled past fifty percent and he finished with few voters supporting him in our weird. Constitutional System. By right now, thanks from that evidence. We showed you in what we've been showing you throughout the week that they are up. So they're laser on taking that preference and trying to get the turnout with these growing leads states that trump won in two thousand sixteen big leads in some places above the margin of error and the question is, can the Democrats actually turn all those people out? I want to bring in someone who knows all about this polling Guru Cornell Belcher who worked on both Obama campaigns and wanting to taller the national political director for supermajority, which focuses ongoing political opportunities for women good evening to both of you. Cornell when you see the numbers up. What is the vital part for campaigns in October as voting's begun interning turning preference in turn out into victory? I think are a couple of things are really important. The numbers that are structurally different from twice I wanted to make that plex a lot of people still nervous about twenty sixteen. Structurally this is different than twice a couple of ways. One is different than to sixteen. In that in all these polls are driven showing by actually has a majority. And that is critical I. don't care if you're five, six, seven points. If you're below majority crazy things can happen. But in most of these bound states and certainly the national polling, he's now at a majority in Washington Post polling which I which I pay attention to hear because they they have the third party candidate in there as well. He's still at a majority you remember. Hillary was always ahead in the forced to way choice coastal majority but with the third party candidates who. Turned up the instrumental she was never had a majority of that. She got in nationally law with what what we saw with third-party Cornell just to pause on that point you raise because this matters you're pointing out that sometimes the question the voters get on the phone is different than what they're going to see. If they turn out, they get presented with two and it can change the actual science of what we're getting when they're gonNA go in the ballot box and see three or more explain to us exactly what's different now or what you think that there's more optimism for Biden compared to that. There was a protest right and we understood that that that that the third party candidates were repealing. A inaudible segment of the electorate who who, who was my time voted for for Bronco Rock Obama and nowhere is that more crystal clear than the State Wisconsin, what you saw those young people third party forty we also understand that the Russians have had a big play in and try and direct some of those specials and African American voters toward party candidate candidate candidates here. But even with their and candidates right now structurally, Biden has a majority of which is which is good and it's a stable majority. Are This is unusual in that you can't go back in the last two or three decades seeing where a Democrat has held a double digit lead nationally embattled most these battleground states for not one month that two months, three months. But basically, since June so structurally, this is very different and within the numbers is very different because when you look at right now you know among College White Women, the Horse Races Twenty seven, sixty, nine ad from the Washington. Post poll so know. So, you're talking about structurally this lead in and his support is very different than what we saw. Hillary Clinton Sixteen in two thousand sixteen quite frankly I'm gonna Bama and teen got but this is structurally even different than what we saw for Brock Obama. In Twenty, eight, twenty, twelve in two. Thousand eight I'M GONNA bring. You Anita? But. You're saying it diplomatically are you saying you think the number support a bigger margin for buying than what Obama One? Is Is blasphemed don't Tell Brak. Obama but I. Joe By going to beat it by. Wow don't you know it doesn't work when you say don't tell someone, but you're on live TV. That's really you are I mean again, I just want to underscore this. Again, we're following the the numbers and I've tried to show viewers we're GONNA continue report for you. Particularly, the votes cast the voter registration were at fifteen million votes. The election has begun, which is different than a hypothetical poll six months ago so we have an Obama pollster. Saying tonight, he is seeing the elements of the larger victory for Biden and Obama that you own that. Not Me that's really interesting coming from you cornell. Elliott. said it you're not telling you. There's no things what they're. Not. GonNa, let you forget this. I don't see it. But what I do see is absolutely the margins nationally the margins in these battleground states are undeniable but also an organizer. So first and foremost I'm always going to default to this is a turnout game. It is all about the people get showing up. I am absolutely looking at that almost fifteen million votes cast number and have optimism optimism about what we can expect to see as we get closer to the election cycle and I'm also a woman optimistic about women boating and turning out their friends and their. Families to make sure that binding gets over the finish line because what what is interesting here is Bala failures that you mentioned about trump and your opening are like boater boater spill that and voters are living that every single day. So on top of all them enthusiasm for a Biden Harris, they're taking their lived experience in an ongoing pen to make that didn't have to be this way in an economic recession that again didn't have to be this way but are here but we're all here because of trump and his administration's ineptitude.
"belcher" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"So before we get into it, we'll , start with the basics permission list. . blockchain's are necessarily public, , transparent and DONNAS. . That's another way of saying that anyone can look at them without any sort of approval or credentials which makes them public. . You can see everything that's ever happened, , which makes them transparent, , and while you can track what individual identities do, , you can't see who those identities tie to in real life, , which makes them pseudomonas. . But blockchain's are notably not anonymous. . It's kind of a wonky point but one worth emphasizing anonymous in this context means there's no continuous identities. So . if injuries and I were talking on a cooking forum, , the let's post anonymously if we were exchanging messages on a topic and then did so from one week to the next, , we wouldn't actually know that we'd spoken before. . That's not how most forums work though most forums and most things on the Internet are PSEUDONOMAS and while Andres might not know he's talking to me Adam. . He'd see my username my pseudonomas identity block chef, , and even though he doesn't know that's my real name he'd be able to figure out that he had talked to block chef before. . So in Bitcoin, the , situation is much the same instead of calling myself block chef on a recipe forum in Bitcoin I'm known by my bitcoin addresses, , and while I might have a lot of bitcoin addresses. . A lot of these Sudan's identities. . This creates opportunities where privacy can start to unwind and away that sometimes is worse than you might think. . For years this has been known to be a problem known to be sort of just an intractable part of the way that cryptocurrency and transparent public blockchain's work. . But there have been a lot of ideas and a lot of inventions which have sort of come out which are still many in development now, , which are trying to solve this problem which brings us to today's guests. . So Chris with that set up that I get anything wrong and talk to me about how you're thinking about privacy these days. . No I think you've explained that very well. . So a concrete example Ed says people's bitcoin addresses all the PSEUDONOMAS identities it's whether coins are on and a common problem. The . people do is address reuse. . That's why they use the same address again and again, , and again in this analogy, , that's like someone using the same pseudonomas name again and again that again, , an using you address for each payments on then never again is a bit like making you pseudonomas name and then discarding it you're done with it and just easy another one. . So. . In that circumstance, , it's not anonymous, , but it's almost the same as anonymous because there's no reuse between the identities it's not anonymous, , but it's pretty darn close. . <unk> PSEUDONOMAS swear if used correctly, , there's automous identity every time however, , the identities are linked together. . So on the block chain, , you see bitcoins flowing from one addressed to another. . So it's not like the identities completely new that linked to the loans previously. . As, , well, , as information from the blockchain, , there's also leaks based on things like the person's it address. . Oh maybe they've posted this address on a public forum somewhere at other leagues that come in as well. . What of scary scenario where privacy is broken and like is it for an individual? ? It becomes scary or is it a kind of Meta threat that's really affecting the whole network when you're talking about privacy and sort of like address re-use things like that. . In worst case scenario what's the thing that happens all of the above essentially so one example is if you're a regular user and you want to use bitcoin to buy some coffee, , a nightmare scenario is you go to the coffee shop and Buy Cup of coffee and the person serving you can see your whole financial history so they can see income and they can see or the other spends you make. . Whether you donate to such charities or anything like that. . It's also problem if you'll business because that means if you untie income and. . Of Public, you'll , competitors could see how much you're paying your staff, , how much you pay for supplies and all that kind of thing where you allocate your resources and for the network as a whole, , there is actually a related problem of fungibility, , which is what I did is privacy. . So that's where a fungibility is a necessary property of money. . So we have properties like to visibility portability durability and fungibility is just one of those. . You need this to be good money and it's the property that every unit is the same as every other unit that means a good can be used as money because. . It means it can be accepted for example, , banknotes if you get paid with five dollars or five euros, , it's the same as five years in general this particular banknote having some special thing you need to check. . So the nightmare scenario there is that every time someone accepted Bitcoin, , they'd have to actually look up to some kind of database to some kind of checklists check the these particular coins receiving were not for example, , banned by some institutional, , some government or something, , and if that what's happened because these blacklist, , these kind of look up tables would be centralized it would destroy the decentralisation property of Bitcoin. . But Chris just being a little bit facetious and playful here. . What's the problem with that? ? Like they're just looking at your financial history what can anyone really do about that and if you can see everyone else's financial history to isn't that only fair? ? Well I. . Suppose Turn Back so you could Stephanie CEO Financial History please. . Of reasons why you wouldn't want to share that kind of thing and going back to the examples I said of the merchant of the business who runs a business in uses bitcoin. . Their privacy is an important part of their business because they need to keep secret, , for example, , how much to pay US suppliers or they need to keep secret other things that they do, , and that's an important for a healthy economy. . There's good reasons to hide things from. . The public or from your competitors yeah and I think it's important to point out too that there already is like kind of an uneven playing field as far as privacy goes. . If you're willing to work for it, , you can have a greater degree of financial privacy and if you don't work for it or you don't know how to or you don't think that's important then you're going to be at a disadvantage compared to people who have greater privacy. . Even beyond the commercial considerations I think the even greater consideration is the fact that without privacy in your financial affairs, , Hugh can be easily targeted for your political associations and your political expression, , which given the fact that more than fifty five percent of the world's population live under authoritarian or corrupt regimes means that it is very, , very easy to suppress the fundamental mechanisms of democracy representation, , political expression, , freedom of speech, freedom , of Association Freedom Assembly, , Etcetera, , simply by violating privacy, , and then imposing punitive measures as retribution for political expression
Bitcoin Privacy w/ Chris Belcher
"So before we get into it, we'll start with the basics permission list. blockchain's are necessarily public, transparent and DONNAS. That's another way of saying that anyone can look at them without any sort of approval or credentials which makes them public. You can see everything that's ever happened, which makes them transparent, and while you can track what individual identities do, you can't see who those identities tie to in real life, which makes them pseudomonas. But blockchain's are notably not anonymous. It's kind of a wonky point but one worth emphasizing anonymous in this context means there's no continuous identities. So if injuries and I were talking on a cooking forum, the let's post anonymously if we were exchanging messages on a topic and then did so from one week to the next, we wouldn't actually know that we'd spoken before. That's not how most forums work though most forums and most things on the Internet are PSEUDONOMAS and while Andres might not know he's talking to me Adam. He'd see my username my pseudonomas identity block chef, and even though he doesn't know that's my real name he'd be able to figure out that he had talked to block chef before. So in Bitcoin, the situation is much the same instead of calling myself block chef on a recipe forum in Bitcoin I'm known by my bitcoin addresses, and while I might have a lot of bitcoin addresses. A lot of these Sudan's identities. This creates opportunities where privacy can start to unwind and away that sometimes is worse than you might think. For years this has been known to be a problem known to be sort of just an intractable part of the way that cryptocurrency and transparent public blockchain's work. But there have been a lot of ideas and a lot of inventions which have sort of come out which are still many in development now, which are trying to solve this problem which brings us to today's guests. So Chris with that set up that I get anything wrong and talk to me about how you're thinking about privacy these days. No I think you've explained that very well. So a concrete example Ed says people's bitcoin addresses all the PSEUDONOMAS identities it's whether coins are on and a common problem. The people do is address reuse. That's why they use the same address again and again, and again in this analogy, that's like someone using the same pseudonomas name again and again that again, an using you address for each payments on then never again is a bit like making you pseudonomas name and then discarding it you're done with it and just easy another one. So. In that circumstance, it's not anonymous, but it's almost the same as anonymous because there's no reuse between the identities it's not anonymous, but it's pretty darn close. PSEUDONOMAS swear if used correctly, there's automous identity every time however, the identities are linked together. So on the block chain, you see bitcoins flowing from one addressed to another. So it's not like the identities completely new that linked to the loans previously. As, well, as information from the blockchain, there's also leaks based on things like the person's it address. Oh maybe they've posted this address on a public forum somewhere at other leagues that come in as well. What of scary scenario where privacy is broken and like is it for an individual? It becomes scary or is it a kind of Meta threat that's really affecting the whole network when you're talking about privacy and sort of like address re-use things like that. In worst case scenario what's the thing that happens all of the above essentially so one example is if you're a regular user and you want to use bitcoin to buy some coffee, a nightmare scenario is you go to the coffee shop and Buy Cup of coffee and the person serving you can see your whole financial history so they can see income and they can see or the other spends you make. Whether you donate to such charities or anything like that. It's also problem if you'll business because that means if you untie income and. Of Public, you'll competitors could see how much you're paying your staff, how much you pay for supplies and all that kind of thing where you allocate your resources and for the network as a whole, there is actually a related problem of fungibility, which is what I did is privacy. So that's where a fungibility is a necessary property of money. So we have properties like to visibility portability durability and fungibility is just one of those. You need this to be good money and it's the property that every unit is the same as every other unit that means a good can be used as money because. It means it can be accepted for example, banknotes if you get paid with five dollars or five euros, it's the same as five years in general this particular banknote having some special thing you need to check. So the nightmare scenario there is that every time someone accepted Bitcoin, they'd have to actually look up to some kind of database to some kind of checklists check the these particular coins receiving were not for example, banned by some institutional, some government or something, and if that what's happened because these blacklist, these kind of look up tables would be centralized it would destroy the decentralisation property of Bitcoin. But Chris just being a little bit facetious and playful here. What's the problem with that? Like they're just looking at your financial history what can anyone really do about that and if you can see everyone else's financial history to isn't that only fair? Well I. Suppose Turn Back so you could Stephanie CEO Financial History please. Of reasons why you wouldn't want to share that kind of thing and going back to the examples I said of the merchant of the business who runs a business in uses bitcoin. Their privacy is an important part of their business because they need to keep secret, for example, how much to pay US suppliers or they need to keep secret other things that they do, and that's an important for a healthy economy. There's good reasons to hide things from. The public or from your competitors yeah and I think it's important to point out too that there already is like kind of an uneven playing field as far as privacy goes. If you're willing to work for it, you can have a greater degree of financial privacy and if you don't work for it or you don't know how to or you don't think that's important then you're going to be at a disadvantage compared to people who have greater privacy. Even beyond the commercial considerations I think the even greater consideration is the fact that without privacy in your financial affairs, Hugh can be easily targeted for your political associations and your political expression, which given the fact that more than fifty five percent of the world's population live under authoritarian or corrupt regimes means that it is very, very easy to suppress the fundamental mechanisms of democracy representation, political expression, freedom of speech, freedom of Association Freedom Assembly, Etcetera, simply by violating privacy, and then imposing punitive measures as retribution for political expression
"belcher" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"
"The changing face of america and the millennials generation. America's gonna go from a majority is going to be awfully close majority minority country so what brock. Obama represents a breakthrough and demographics. What barack obama represents is for the first time in this country's history as we want three percent in two thousand and eight we want even less than two thousand twelve. We want roughly thirty nine. Thirty eight percent of the white vote. Two thousand twelve under way to his second majority win. What barack obama represents is is. That is the changing demographics and what that power means. Brock obama For the first time out nation's history the vast majority of white voters say. I want to go this way and the country go in a different direction. That is few and look. The guys. Like atwater ms nixon campaign france. Who came up with the southern strategies other tries to start but the but the most most successful political strategy in american history as a simple strategy of pitting for whites against black in pushing racial right so for the first time. The wolf wasn't at the door this fear of. I'm going to pull back from from our college days public enemy you know or the fearful black planet for the first time. The wolf wasn't at the door. The wolf was actually in the house. Black and brown people head decided president along with the coalition of thirty eight. Thirty seven percent of white people made up a majority now. What does this mean. Historically now in yugoslavia from willow too deep. Because here's the problem in no other. Modern western powerful democracy has power gone from the majority white people to brown people and if in fact power concedes nothing. We are at a very interesting and unusual place in history of democracy. Because we're gonna find out if what we really believe in is one person one vote and democracy or do we really believe in one group holding onto power and so trump was a backlash to the changes that are happening in the country and the polling and and look for. The polling wasn't so much wrong because his narrative was wrong. Hillary in the forced to way hillary was always at fifty percent or so in the fourth to way but it wasn't forced to way race..
"belcher" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"
"The coastal virginia mari haskell correct maury high school go commodores and and they keep trying to move virginia avid south junior done. The wilder became governor gina. The whole you're not going to other states more. No not at all even though richmond was the cradle of the confederacy correct. Exactly but a group in in a in a mixed neighborhood integrated neighborhood. We'd back that that then. We play baseball Baseball more listened. Latin american kids. Don't play baseball mobile. We spent time playing bass. And you know inaugural big port city in home of the atlantic fleet and so you had an interesting mix of people from all not only all country all arcs latino population etc and all come together and play baseball and just hang out and have the tab and we were just you know friends. But then you'd go back to a friend's house and there'd be a confederate flag and you go in a early. I didn't understand what was going on. What's that all about right. You know how can we share so much in common and share a common space of friendship and camaraderie outside of the home but yet there is a confederate flag at spot. And and what's that all about. So i've always been fascinated in why people behave politically the way they behave especially growing up as a child of the south. Who why is that. We're still fighting these these battles from ages ago. And how can we continue to struggle with questions of of race and americanise. Some facet byles questions but also as an against go gordon. Parsons ideal of if you're gonna if you're a conscious a conscious brother at some point you have to choose a weapon to fight against injustice and my choice of weapons was going to be politics and the social sciences. I was also very into boys and boys using social science ads as a vehicle to to improve the lives situation of black people and really try to bring a better understanding to fight racism the social sciences. So for me it was. It was marrying that sort of those those two ideas together. You know my choice of weapon was going to be politics in social science to try. Try bring out some modicum of change in the world and go out there and fight for the make things better and so you know my revolution been ongoing as is how do i bring more voice more representation to the.
"belcher" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"
"That's why you heard that you heard that revolutionaries belcher ceo of. I wanna make sure. I gotta write brilliant corners right. That's right brilliant corners research. This brother is one of the top pollsters in the country. And if you remember you probably have seen him on. Cnn msnbc you think of an outlet or medium. This brother has been on talking about what's going on in the political spear right and as a black man right doing his thing. Cornell belcher joins me dr jones corporal on the what's revolution show and i'm like i. Yes what's everyone l. belcher. It is my pleasure brother. I am so incredibly proud of you. And what you're doing what you're using your vehicle for here and the hours let your revolutionary What i saw on campus is to be a revolution was going to be helpful or so we got to have that kind of show and you know probably back then. It was harmful to a lot of people turned around loose around the revolution. Exactly exactly look for all those people out there. I'm a better man now. You don't have to hate me like you used to been revolution. That's that is my revolution. You're not lime. Look for all the people listening. Like like i said my brother cornell we went to james madison university early nineties coming up really trying to understand what it was like to be black and prominent and smart to be history majors to understand what what was it like for people to come through and pave the way for us and i am extremely. You know you talk about being proud of me man. I'm extremely proud of the work. I don't even want it to sound condescending but like like brother you have like transcended all like you know. There's paul and brian and myself and then there's you right. There's you cornell ballots are who is you. Know you are making changes in the world. And we really as a pollster. You're taking the heartbeat of our country and really understanding what it means to be politically literate or politically illiterates. And so you know in some stances and how to use that information how to use that history degree and also that you know that right the institute of politics from university i mean i want you know. I don't wanna leave that off. You know and using that information and really making sure that we have the ability to go out and do our civic duty. So thank you for all that you do. And as i said in a green room today cornell i asked my guest. This first question brother. What's your revolution and it is a fantastic question and again as one who asks questions for a living. That is a fantastic question. Could you can. You can have a forty minute conversation on that question alone but first let me say this. I think i m the friends that we sarai south with in college. I don't think i ended them. I think we all know. Is gordon parks. Talked about it. our choice of weapons. I think you have made your choice of weapon in the fight and this is your vehicle for for doing that. I think we may all our choices. Weapons were and were fighting our battles where we can't which also connects with what my revolution is ma growing up in in the south in virginia. I was groping tidewater..
The 3 Closes
"This is a framework that I've been using for myself for a long time, and I assume that everybody knew it or did it and one time we had a marketing meeting. This is probably. A year ago, we flew most of our marketing human boise and we're sitting there and I remember mapping this out I was explaining the land of landing as I, said Hey, this is the three and how easy Monta landing page and everyone seems like what they start freaking out I was like. Didn't everybody know this like I? Don't think anybody knows you've never talked about it before. No one's ever shared it. I was like. Oh, my Gosh! That's amazing, so I've talked about this publicly anywhere before. Besides right now and right here so I want to kind of go through this, so I call this the three closes how to quickly double cells by weaving these three invisible closes into every step of your funnel. And this was the framework looks like, and it's emotion logic and fear all right, so step into. The understand how how this framework works, so the first thing it to understand. I learned this originally from Perry Belcher I. Think Perry from Dan Kennedy, but I'm not sure. said something really interesting, said if you look at. Anything in life. The reason why people either move toward you or they don't move at all is because of this weird thing that we have as humans called status. We liked to fill status right so that's kind of the how this. All sowings based on understanding. Okay, it's all based on status. And so when somebody's looking at any opportunity, you offer them. Here's an here's my product. Here's my service. Here's my whatever with their thinking about subconscious, subconsciously in their mind is. If I, do this thing. If I buy this product, if I move forward in this way, is this thing that I'm considering? Doing is going to increase my status, or is it going to decrease my status? That's the psychological turmoil that happened here at every time they can offer. It really boils down to that simple. Gay Is GonNa. Make me feel better about myself. There's going to be worse may increase decrease my status case? Let's thinking Oh. That's not me. I don't make decisions that way okay? I'm not I'm not so self centered I'm worried about my status all the time, but interesting status works both ways. Some people by really amazing things like say a really expensive watch or Nice car, because it will increase their satisfy. I'm going to feel really good right. So that's one side of some people. They don't buy a car. It's really expensive because they feel like that will decrease their status, right. The first time ever shared this concept. I remember I was talking about. A Ferrari announced here for I store here in a second. Talking about a Ferrari I remember. You go to go to buy a Ferrari. You do because you want increase status and I remember leading dinosaurs changes like I would never buy, not increase status. Just that would actually decrease by status Mike exactly your your fears, the other side like if I buy things going to decrease by status. What are you drive and she's like a minivan make. Why do you drive a minivan? And she says well, because it makes me feel intelligent because I know it gets good gas mileage and makes safe. My family always kind of things. I said so. You've got a minivan. Increase your status. Sick. Oh, my Gosh I never thought about that way I thought that everybody. Status was like this thing. That was a negative connotation, but all of us do it. And, so that's kind understand so as we move into this framework I, want to look at it through. That frame of understanding status can all right so the first close we're selling. Anything is our emotional close now. Motion is the most powerful tool we have for selling anything. And, so that's why we spent a whole session last night for two hours talking about the Epiphany Bridge Story K. story is an emotional close. Until you store and getting you engaged all your feelings are happening right? Okay, and so you're getting the emotion now motion. Is the most powerful thing and for years. This is the only way that I knew how to close. If I would tell stories or most people feel it right, and then we're going there to buy things. Okay so emotion people this emotion. It gives them a status increase like. Oh, my Gosh! This amazing by get this thing. If I buy this product or service right I'm mean have better style I'm going to have more happiness. More wealth physical appearance might feel better about myself and lose weight. I'm going to make money I'm going to. You know whatever the thing might be. Decision Right now if you if you look at the metrics about fifty percent of your sales will come from the emotional close.
"belcher" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"We drilled a few wells down there. They were successful. And then the guys who did the investment so the money from the other side, not the operator. They pulled me over and I started working for them, and so they were backed by. Private Equity Shop in Boston. That had a lot of power generation technology stuff that they were investing in, but then they wanted to build an MP company, so I came in. This employee number two on that deal. We bought a bunch of assets in the Permian we bought. An asset in the San Juan and we bought to water flowed properties one in Oklahoma one in sort of in the panhandle where I went to school. And then Bought an asset in East Texas style, Texas and then the one that killed the whole thing was the platform that we bought in the Gulf, and so we we put all those together. We cleaned them up. We were operating them. Everything was going really well until the end of thirteen sort of first quarter fourteen. So this is about five years of work. And then we quickly like had a meeting starts scrambling said we've got to get rid of all these things. 'cause like this is going down the toilet very fast. And so we started the vesting everything returned some capital, and then I spent the last six months in bankruptcy court with trying to get rid of this. Platform that it toppled over and Katrina that we were trying to clean up and. So. Don't ever do a platform remediation horrible thing to be involved with especially after the. FIASCO! Of Bankruptcy Court and trying to clean up that mess kill. Yeah, and of course like I'm the guy like lowest person on the team. The one who's doing all the work behind the scenes and like you look like you can handle this so much. Just. Take care versus you let us know how it works out. Of finished up that we'll sitting on my hands. Had already been engaged with. The Sky and Austin with us, phoebe. I told him so many times. I am not going. We get banking because honestly bankers drive me freaking crazy especially with..
N.F.L. Declines to Suspend Tyreek Hill After Domestic Violence Investigation
"The Kansas City chiefs have dealt with domestic violence with a few different players. But without a doubt right now the most prominent is star wide receiver tyreek Hill. I can you tell me about tyreek hill as a player and what he brings to the chiefs. Offense tyreek Hill is one. One is the most dynamic exciting explosive most fun to watch players in the NFL. He's very small wide receiver. If you were to Stanek some at the grocery store you wouldn't look at the sky and say wow he's an NFL player but when you get them on the football field key is arguably faster than anybody anybody else in the NFL. What he's able to do when he gets the ball in his hands and space weather? That's catching a pass from Patrick mahomes down the middle of the field. The Thai Rico. Taking jet sweep out of the backfield or catching a punt or kickoff return kill to the outside electrify in for the touchdown. He's one of the most exciting players in the NFL and he's expected to play a major role in the super bowl on on Sunday Probably being guarded by Richard Sherman. Can you describe what the matchup with the niners is GonNa look like yet. It should be a really great matchup between tyreek Hill and Richard Chairman. Who is the star? Cornerback for the San Francisco. Forty niners and one of the most interesting XS. and Os schematic thing. That's going on right now. Is How the chiefs are GonNa find ways to get tyreek hill away from Richard Sherman. Because they don't WanNa throw against Richard Sherman so the goal will be to find ways to get the ball to tyreek hill. Line him up in different places get him the ball and creative ways so that. They're not putting him in one on one situations against one of the best. quarterbacks and football tyreek hill was making headlines even before he ever played a single. NFL Game. Can you tell us about his college career and the incident that happened in December of two thousand fourteen yes tyreek hill kind of had a winding college football journey. He actually started at a community college and Kansas before enrolling at Oklahoma state and in his first year at Oklahoma state in two thousand fourteen he became a star immediately really because of his ridiculous speed his strength as a special teams players apart. returner this but late. In his only a year at Oklahoma state he was arrested and accused of domestic violence in an incident with his girlfriend who is twenty years old at the time and he was accused of Punching Ching her choking her and also punching her in the stomach while she was pregnant. tyreek hill was brought here to the pain county jail. His arrest comes just one week after for he was the hero of the bedlam game. So is arrest on the charge and almost immediately was dismissed from the Oklahoma State football team. He pleaded guilty into this domestic violence. Charge in addition to a battery charge and he was sentenced to three years probation. He was also instructed to go to anger management counseling to undergo domestic violence counseling. Although he was never sentenced to jail time He was able to continue his college football career when he enrolled at the university. I see of West Alabama. That's a division two school and then in April of two thousand sixteen sixty fifth in the two thousand sixteen. NFL draft against it achieves slack. Sorry Cal Wide Receiver West Alabama so it was a surprise. Actually that tyreek Hill was drafted because in in two thousand sixteen. We were still not that far removed from the Ray Rice scandal and you know tyreek Hill at kind of become kind of a poster child for a guy who got in trouble while in college in he. He was seen as one of those type of guys whose character red flags made him undrafted. He's had some issues domestic violence issue that that frankly frankly I thought might keep him from being drafted. This guy has blazing speed but the Kansas City chiefs went ahead and drafted him anyways. They drafted him in the fifth round in large part because of his forty or dash ty which was four point two nine seconds which is elite speed one of the fastest times that at any NFL players have run in years and what the reaction when he's drafted. It was pretty negative. We have to remember that. The Kansas City chiefs went through one of the most horrific horrific incidents in recent. NFL history in two thousand twelve. When one of their players linebacker named Jovan belcher killed his girlfriend and then committed suicide right in the parking lot of the chiefs training facility belcher turned one of those guns on Perkins reportedly shooting her nine times at the home? The couple shared with their three month Old Daughter the child was spared. This is a wound that was still very raw in the Kansas City community. You know very tragic senseless murder suicide aside and here the chiefs are drafting tyreek Hill player. who had pleaded guilty to very violent crime against his pregnant pregnant girlfriend and so it was? It was largely negative response especially from from female fans from the survivor community. I find that really frustrating that We're still holding up these celebrities As you know oh working on things things are getting better. We don't know what she's going through. And it's important to note that when Giovane Belcher thing happened Andy. Reid was not the head coach of the chiefs yet but he was tyreek Hill was drafted. And what's the response from from. I'm Andy Reid and from the chiefs front office when they start to see some of this backlash you know. The immediately held a press conference and tried to talk about all of the work that they had done into studying tyreek hill. Well we have our due diligence. We're regards to fooling vetting. Each one of our draft class members. They spoke to WHO His coaches and they also spoke to the prosecutors from Oklahoma in the domestic violence case and they said all right we. We believe that this guy i. I won't get in trouble again before given the opportunity for a second chancellor on the right things and so he's he's been in counseling. Continue to be in counseling. We've got a great support system here for that and that he would be a model citizen and largely for his first couple of years in Kansas City he was and despite this pushback that they're getting from fans both in Kansas City and across the country Tyreek Hill remains on the chiefs after after. He's drafted and he starts this season as punt returner. How does his rookie season go? Spectacularly from football perspective the open field. He's they're gonNA take special chance to sit in started out as kind of a wide receiver. Who is kind of buried on the Dutch art? But he was their primary punt returner and within a couple months of his rookie year. If you went to a game at Arrowhead you would see fans wearing that number ten tyreek Hill Jersey and every time that he would go back to catch a punt. You would hear in unison. Fans at Arrowhead stadium chanting tie wreak tie reek and he would feed off of it. The crowd would feed off of this energy. And you know. It didn't take long before. He became one of the most beloved players on the chiefs roster because of his football prowess and in spite of the ugly history that he had coming into the NFL and in the next few seasons go after the two thousand sixteen season so as far as football it only continued to get better for tyreek hill so as a rookie. He was primarily early. A special teams player. You know we mostly just saw him returning punts and doing a fantastic job of that. He was an all pro his rookie year. But you know after that first season he became the chiefs number one wide receiver. They moved him from a special teams roll into a role where he was going to be a major part of their offense and he handled that Smith winds up getting Franch Kansas City. He exceeded everybody's expectations as a wide receiver. She became at that point. The most important piece in the chiefs offense and then in March of last year tyreek Hill is back in the news with new allegations of child abuse. tyree kills three year. Old Son suffered a broken arm in March of Twenty nineteen. And how this this child broke his arm. That is the big question and that was what investigators in Kansas where tyreek hill his fiancee. The mother of his son were living living and ultimately nobody has determined how the child suffered this broken arm in April after about a month of investigation the district attorney in Johnson County. Kansas Released a statement that while he believed a crime had been committed they did not have evidence that can conclude Who who the perpetrator was? So that meant that it could have been tyreek hill. It could have been his fiancee. It could have been a caregiver a short time later. The case from a criminal perspective respective was ruled inactive the NFL's investigation and the Department of Children Family Services. Their investigations continued however and then the day after the district attorney in Kansas declines to press charges audio between Hill and his fiancee is released. What you'd rather him somehow or he fell one of the two? Then why does say deputy. Why Oh and just to clarify for listeners? Be Fiance Crystal. That he's talking to on this recording is the same woman that he pled guilty to abusing in college. Yes initially in April liberal part of this audio recording released and it was very damaging to tyree count. You could hear tyreek Hill could parading his fiancee. You know using threatening language is terrified of you and you say that he respects you but it's not it's not respect it's terrifying. He is terra of we need to be terrified of and the immediate reaction to that in the media from from kind of within the NFL world was how could they not charge him. After this month's later the full audio recording was released which you know didn't didn't necessarily tyreek Hill in a better light but it kind of even out the conversation a little bit reports he wrote. And if you want to rewind that night we can rewind that night to my house and pick you up and slam you know picked up and put out on my door and after that you've built bruises come from tyree waited the bruises. Come Out I'm asking. Where did the bruises come out to hit Youtube? You too and it was full audio recording that I believe is really the key piece of evidence for the NFL that led the NFL to their decision. To not ultimately punished honest. I recall after this investigation.
"belcher" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I didn't know what he said five times I'm a fan and I love Belcher and we wish you a lovely was here but you know what he was a very good man and the reason I didn't love meant nothin adored strike it out in in six a really didn't start before that it was before that it's all I have but but I've called now I came to embrace calls bell train when you got the manager job I got a lot a lot you wanted him to get the job of course I want to get the job I felt that he wanted to make job I I put stock in at that a guy we wanted to Miami Joe play for my team we we were being trolled on the tell you why Gary was trolling us me obviously wish because he said the looking strike out five freakin times when he said the first time okay fine I get a vehicle struck out looking yes it is the second time okay by the third time I said okay we get the party was a very good match this is what I was not a very good man it was you know not not the truth court but that's not even his point this was somebody who knows let me bring up that horrible moment fifteen prime right because I know it's going to work because I'm a Yankee fan right we get it we get Carl struck out looking he also had a big series in the National League Championship Series that year I think it's three home runs in that series they didn't lose simply because Carlos Beltran was called looking now they lost partially because Tommy Glavin couldn't hold the lead in game five well because they blew a lead in game two with Scott Spiezio that's why they lost with that said Beltran was a very good man and I know we had mixed kind of feelings from you in a lot of met fans I get that but I think when it ended most men fans who maybe didn't love him said you know what he was a good man he was are a why he got the job was because he was a good man yeah that's true you're right about but my I guess my point was trying to say is that that strike out has nothing to do with it I mean I you know I don't think that that we know why that was mention of course of course and it you know what Gary I give you credit it worked because you kept rubbing the scar and now the scar started to bleed okay we get it it was horrible that moment that strike out the pin drop sounded Shea Stadium hearing breeding looper screaming or yelling because he did some damage to sleep on a conference room but without without going to the World Series yes it was it was terrible and see call base coming up putting on Robert's here in the afternoon till six let's say you just bought a house bad.
Mets part ways with manager amid cheating scandal
"It's the latest fallout from the Houston Astros sign stealing scandal that has rocked Major League Baseball and a V. Mets announced that they've agreed to mutually part ways with bell Tran the move came two days after Boston cut ties with Alex Cory was a bench coach in two thousand seventeen Belcher and played for the Astros a day before that AJ Hinch was fired as the manager and the general manager of the Jeff Lou now fired by the
New poll says Biden is the only Democrat with a comfortable lead against Trump
"Another bad new poll from donald trump new poll shows joe biden would they ten point leaned over over donald trump the new washington post nbc poll shows that among registered voters joe biden gets fifty three percent of donald trump's forty three percent the rest of the top tier candidates are tied earn statistical tie with donald trump bernie sanders gets forty nine donald trump's forty eight comal harris gets forty eight donald trump's forty six elizabeth warren gets forty eight and on trump's forty eight people to judge gets forty seven to donald trump's forty seven drivers gushing now cornell belcher democratic pollster an msnbc political analyst and jennifer rubin and opinion writer at the washington post and msnbc contributor and let me go to the pollster about the new poll cornell you got it incumbent president's he's running a ten points behind these front runner for the democratic nomination and another a four five candidates are running tied with incoming president yeah i i i don't put a lot of in the horse race number right now i look at what's underneath horse racing if you go back in twenty twelve at this time i mean obama wasn't running away with the with the with the with the race in a horse race i there but underneath those numbers there is some interesting things where where the where the president certainly doesn't have a he's underwater his approval round taxes which is interesting for republican he's underwater heavily around healthcare so his underwear around a lot of pocketbook issues as well immigration and foreign policy so overall i mean he he's being held down by people just disapproving of his job it what i find interesting in that poll numbers that you know the president's hovers around forty forty seven percent right an he's a guy who won will lessen a plurality of electric timmy is really not even about what donald trump's number is 'cause he's gonna get his forty seven or forty eight forty six forty seven percent it is ten democrats did that fifty one fifty two percent and hold that together the way obama did in twenty twelve by the way we fell to do in in in twenty sixteen so does that can't can't hear that win again will lessen a plurality about kenny win again and say florida with the same percentage that that romney lost within twenty twelve jennifer rubin a if donald trump is reelected he will be the only reelect the president's in history who never once tried to speak to voters who didn't already vote for that is true and it seems to me that he is bad at math in addition to being bad at history as you pointed out earlier in the show he's bad at math because when you don't have a majority and you narrow narrow narrow your appeal you're number get smaller end soon you don't have enough people to go around no matter how screwed we are electoral college is there simply aren't enough votes now i know what's interesting about that poll is he's virtually tied with some kind of who twenty thirty percent of the democrats electric doesn't know enough about to offer an opinion so these people this is sort of oprah anybody with the she after their name kind of a poll in my book on my sense is that it matters very much to the democrats tough but that the democrats will unite around anyone who is nominated on end then a i think you're gonna see that number bounce back up again to wear sort of biden is 'em i don't think the democrats can sit back and relax lax i don't think they can get a core can it i think they get someone who is as compelling as possible because donald trump certainly compels his his excuse me viewers voters but i do think that you know if you had team right now there's no question i think the team a donald trump's approval and disapproval in this poll is pretty standard according to a mostly a pulling up we've seen on that but up on his on his immigration nation a he is getting a even worse disapproval rating he's getting a fifty seven percent disapproval forty seven percent approve an let's listen like comal harris who a a maybe that campaign has been redone this paul because they're colorful stumping straight into this issue
"belcher" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Burn. My friends, Ernie Sanders. Going even further than some of his democrat colleagues by saying that he wants to halt, all new funding for charter schools have a whole review of courage charter schools. This will have a disproportionate impact on a lot of minority students, by the way. So what is going on here? What is the truth of charter schools as it stands right now in this country we have eaten as Belcher Stephan with us now, she is contribute at the fretless federalist, or the federalist also, as it, sometimes known by those who can't speak English. She knows school suffer very, well, she's an education expert also an old friend of mine in as great to have you. Be your buck. And by the way, the federalist is also known as the federalist society online by a bunch of who can't tell the difference between those two organization, so oh, good to know. I think I caught some of that on the Twitter this week. But I stayed out of that one, I figured the leftist baby will start using the Google to learn the difference. But tell me what does standards? Let's start with this. What is Bernie who wants free college? So in that sense, he's at least willing to change it up at the university level have other people pay for the students education, the future. What's his charter schools in this? He put out the plan last week, where she called for as you mentioned in the beginning a moratorium on charter funding. Yup. Right. Called And for do it total yourself. ban on for profit What you need to get school. a landscape That would you be love..
Intermittent fasting for binge eaters?
"I was gonna ask what is the the counter argument to intermittent fasting? Because there's a lot of people who don't agree with it. I'm sick of all that. But what is can? Can be devil's advocate on going to be the devil's advocate. The the thing you you're gonna see happen that people can't stick with it. They're not guided the right way that some buddy told him in a bar. Hey, you know that try that? And it works out. The whole exterior starving yourself thing. No, that's okay. We're supposed to starve, but is in the whole thing. Like, you shouldn't be on a diet because you're tricking your body into starving itself. And then it starts to hold onto all the fat. Interesting. I'm seen that. I think your body will do what you're telling it to do. And that's where the mind control comes back. Well, what about this? Okay. What about the psychological effects of it? I mean, something that we've talked a lot about this pockets is intuitive eating and that in that binge eating is essentially like a flip side of restricting when you restricted and you put too much too many rules on yourself. You're ignoring you're teaching yourself to ignore your hunger signals, and to basically like eat according to rules, and that makes you binge. So if someone has been eating disorder wouldn't intermittent fasting potentially exacerbate that that's why we don't wanna do that with with bulimia and patients, but for the normal person that's goal setting themselves. And it's really dedicating to what about someone who has like binge eating issues. That's perfect. Okay. Because what I'm doing is. You're gonna eat from ten to six and we're done eating. So they so it's good for them bad for them because it would cause them to binge signal because they're not going so well, if they do then they're not they're not going to sue. I'm saying this as my. Belcher? I mean to you pass intermittent fast like not on a schedule like occasionally do it like if I'm not hungry. I'll just be like, okay. Well, I can just push this next meal yourself with it. Yeah. Like, I kinda just do it when it makes sense. But I I'm a binge eater. And I feel like I can tell that. When I tell myself too many rules, then I'm like, okay? That's when I binge the
What to expect from Mike Pompeo's confirmation hearing
"City will not say if that was paid or not wbz news time is five sixteen the ajc and channel to file a formal complaint accusing atlanta's city hall of a culture of political interference with open records requests this has been a real problem for anybody who tries to get basic records out of the city of atlanta for a long time channel two's richard belcher says the complaint outlines ten examples against the city including filing fake documents a democrat challenging congresswoman karen handel and the sixth district race shows his support for obamacare in his first tv ad bobby capable says thank god for obamacare former atlanta tv anchor says the affordable care act helped keep down medical expenses after his twins were born premature capable says it costs hundreds of thousands of dollars to keep them alive explosive new details in a sex scandal involving missouri governor eric greitens a woman claims greitens forced her to have nonconsensual sex then threatened her with violence the governor calls it a political witch hunt but missouri's house speaker todd richardson says the investigation is now expanding is not a witch hunt and the committee had no political agenda governors republican there five republicans and democrats on the state house committee signing the report describing the woman's testimony the senate begins confirmation hearings today for secretary of state nominee mike pompeo the second confirmation hearing for pompeo in the trump administration he was confirmed as director of the cia by a vote of sixty six to thirty two with a majority of democrats voting against his confirmation abc's lana zak reports the ranking democrat on the senate foreign relations committee senator bob menendez is promising a rigorous confirmation process during her confirmation hearing federal judicial nominee wendy refuses to say whether she agrees with the brown versus board of education decision desegregating the nation's public schools would be found by it and if i start coming on i agree with this case or don't agree with this case i think we'll get into a slippery slope resin trump nominated bitter to become a federal judge in the eastern district of louisiana wsb news time five eighteen next traffic update includes recheck georgia four hundred less than two minutes the.