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House to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill this week
"Degrees President Biden's proposed covered relief bill has been approved by the House Rules Committee and is expected to now head to the full floor for a vote later this week. But Fox is Kevin Corke reports the GOP has plenty of issues with the plan instead of a simple or, as they say, inside the Beltway, Ah skinny covert relief bill one with nothing more and nothing last than Kobe cash and covert related projects what Democrats are proposing and the White House is backing, say critics looks like a wish list of pork stuffed promises over a billion dollars for socially disadvantaged farmers, hundreds of millions for arts, humanities, museums and Libra. Carries a minimum wage hike, as well as tens of millions for quote, family planning, funding, environmental and or climate change grants, even 100 million for rapid transit expansion and Nancy Pelosi's home district to measure would also give direct payments to some Americans and extended plummet benefits for those
Biden declares major disaster in Texas
"Has signed a disaster declaration for the State of Texas on his Chris Barnes has those details President Joe Biden signing a major disaster declaration for the state of Texas yesterday as the state recovers from a crippling winter storm. That left millions without power for days and currently has also disrupted public water systems. The federal funding is available for nearly 80 of the hard hit counties and FEMA's coordinating the recovery operations in the Lone Star State.
Maryland hopes to reduce crashes on Beltway by installing friction surface treatments on I-495.
"On the capital Beltway. Nothing new. But for the first time of friction surface treatment being applied by Maryland State Highway on 4 95 basically is applying the friction surface treatment to the roadway, and that is going to end our hope to reduce tractor trailer crashes. By providing more traction for vehicles.
Snowfall Blankets Washington, DC Area
"Ah, wintry mix could still cause some slippery roads ahead into today. Roads were left slushy and the D C area is the first major snowstorm in a wild, custom, slippery roads and coated the region. The snow has pretty much ended, but a window remix is expected to continue. The snow had areas along Interstate 50 from Prince George's to an Arrendel counties as well as the I 95 corridor from Moral to Ellicott City, Rain and sleet and Southern Maryland and south of I 66 in Virginia, made for some messy roads. There were several crashes in the area, including three on the Beltway. Valerie Bonked w T O P News in Maryland. Both Prince Georges and Anna Rondo
Bridges, roads reopen as Washington DC cleans up after inauguration
"Very quiet evening on the capital Beltway. In Maryland and Virginia. Volumes are ultra low. There is no highway congestion across the board. 95 to 70 moving without incident. No delays in Virginia on 66, or 95 crash reported north of Sterling on the northern end of Route 28 near Route seven, but not sure if it's even impacting traveler If it's even there. The diversions Arlington for North bounder, inbound traffic remain on 3, 95 and 66 with Three inbound spans of the Potomac River Bridge is closed as a part of inauguration securities. 3 95 north of sent north of the George Washington Parkway, 66 East to sent South and 1 10, as was the case yesterday should remain in place until early tomorrow morning. Memorial Bridge stays closed. All the roads around the tidal Basin National Mall are closed. Key bridges open. It's much easier getting in to Georgetown. By way of key bridge and chain bridge this evening compared to yesterday. No inbound access to the Whitehurst Freeway. The reversible parkways were open, two way traffic Southeast Southwest Freeway's open. But all the mole tunnels, including the Third Street Tunnel remained off limits to drivers
Thanks I Made Them! with Bianca Springer
"Everybody welcome to the stage. Please podcast. I'm your host lisa wolford and i am honored thrilled delighted and so happy to have the guests that we have today. I am speaking with bianca's springer of base. I made them and it's very difficult to summarize the aca and all the influence that she has provided in the leadership and the work that she has given to the sullen community. I will start by saying that. She is a blogger. She is a writer. A pattern designer. She's oetzi shopowner. She works in. Supports the international quilt. Show she hosts so in meet us she is a connoisseur of vintage patterns and she manufacturers pattern weights which holds a special place in my heart because i think that pins are the agents of chaos so i am so happy to welcome you here. The thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you and welcome. Thank you so wedged lisa. I am excited to be here and to be talking with you and i'm excited. I am the introvert. And this is not my wheelhouse. But this i am excited to do and i'm excited to talk to you. I am too. I am looking forward to it. So let's get started talking about your soul in journey. Where does your sewing story begin. Oh goodness i grew up in the bahamas and my mom's sewed all the time and functionally though or if felt that way it was such an every day occurrence should the machine was setup. She would make my school uniform. She would make her clothes for work. She do home to core. Whatever we needed she would just whip it up and made it seem easy. I i remember some watching her. Do the pleats. My sister and i went to private school. And all skirts were pleated and she would just sit at the machine. No pattern no markings. Just follow the. Please fold aplly all the way around and had whip on the beltway spanned and ham up at it just seems so effortless and that's what sewing was for me. It was it looked effortless. It look utilitarian. It was functional. But i didn't appreciate it as a creative outlet. It was just something we had to do. It was cheaper for my mom to make our uniform so she did so. I appreciate it to some extent. But i didn't embrace it i did. I would whip up a backpack just for the heck of it. She would make my costumes for the productions. I was in a in drama. And i was in a clown through and she made my clown costumes clown true and sorry. I don't know how gonna be able to get past that. You must tell us. Don't know how you thought you would just gonna slide by the word clown troupe. In that wasn't going to say nothing so pleased small digression to tell us what the clown troupe is okay so i went to private school and that is not helping me learn about clowns. I know i did not realize that. Somehow clowning wasn't essential characteristic. But that's okay. I'll let you continue on with the private school and then through very complicated story is so i. One of my one of my classes was drama and his inner drama class and then one of our teachers who my homeroom teacher started a little getting together to do little skits and we do little gets performed the chapel and the assemblies that our school and then she started to do. She took over the drama production of the school and i got excited in seventh grade. I was in joseph on the mazing technicolor dreamcoat. I was in the how i at. My excitement for drama started there and threw out junior high and high school. She created a group call street lights. It was a drama ministry through and we would put on drama sketches our school and go to churches and travel around the schools in the bahamas and then ultimately part of that drama turned into a clown ministry where we would perform for younger kids in schools at parties and some of those parties actually funded trips to cuba and the uk in wales. Yes so we were doing clowning with lucrative was.
Congress approves 2-day funding measure to avoid shutdown, sending bill to President Trump
"Short term to day funding bill We've been telling you about by a voice vote this evening just hours before a possible government shutdown at midnight, all in favor, say Aye. All opposed No. Has appeared to have it. The House has to have already passed. The measure now goes to the White House for President Trump's signature. Congress will stay over the weekend inside the Beltway toe work on a long term spending bill and a new coronavirus relief bill. That a majority leader Mitch McConnell, push for that two days. Stopgap to keep the government open past midnight are about partisan discussions or continue to make significant headway. Order another relief package for the American people. I'm quite leader, Speaker Pelosi leader McCarthy and I've been working around the clock for several days now. Talks remain productive relief and the shutdown deadline. We're tied together since leaders wanted to tie the relief till the covert deal to the $1.4 trillion funding bill to keep the government open through next September. We're not sure exactly what it will be in the proposed coronavirus stemming this bill. But among the elements money for vaccines for distributions to schools, jobless benefits of $300 per week roughly $330 billion for small business loans. And a new round of stimulus checks, which could be set around $600 per individual under certain income thresholds, half the amount given under the March stimulus law. Bucks. County
Some Mayors Sound Alarm About What Happens If Federal Relief Falls Short
"Down to the wire on Capitol Hill. After a months long political tug of war with very real consequences. Consequences, like whether jobless Americans facing hunger or eviction will get any more relief whether businesses will have more help to stay in business. And whether cities and states get federal dollars to help a police, firefighters, teachers and other crucial employees. Dayton, Ohio's Nan Whaley has been one of the mayor's sounding the alarm about what happens if federal relief fall short. She's a Democrat, and she joins us now to talk about her concerns. Welcome back to all things considered glad to be with you all today. So tell me, what do you see happening specifically in Dayton, Ohio, if, as it looks to be the case, aid to state and local governments just Doesn't make it into this package. Lawmakers are negotiating on Capitol Hill. Well, it will have a direct effect on city services this past year to get through 2020. We had 102 employees take a voluntary separation program, so we have huge holes throughout the organization that we haven't re aligned yet. For example, housing inspection. You know, the number of folks retired in housing inspection. And so that makes housing inspection pretty much almost non existent right now And then for our 21 budget, which is balanced because we are a local government, we must always balance our budget. We have no police class for 21. No fire class either. So that will mean you know as people retire, You know, we have. Ah, pretty, You know, robots. Attrition rate that one class equals the people coming in. We will have less police officers and firefighters in 21. We ask you. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has often called the relief that you are waiting for that is state and local relief. He calls that a blue state bailout you know, sending money to places that haven't managed their budgets well, is how he has characterized it. What do you say to that characterization? Well, Iet's so off base. He just has no sense of what's going on on the ground and what's happening in normal people's lives. The fact of the matter is is when the first care package came The top 38 cities in the country did receive significant relief. The thousands of other communities that people live in did not receive any so we're talking about small towns, Cities cities much smaller than Dayton. That haven't seen any sort of fiscal help. And this is where the rubber meets the road in the frontline workers are so that's what's so frustrating about this, you know is it has nothing to do with the facts on the ground or what we're seeing in our communities. It just has everything to do. With the political football game of the D. C. Beltway that said, politics aside, some jurisdictions have actually seen their tax revenues pick up since the start of the pandemic. So the urgency to help those particular jurisdictions isn't as great right now. What is the case? For Dayton. Well, we've We've lost millions of dollars this year and expect the recovery to be very slow in 21. I mean, we still don't have the vaccine in the city of Dayton this week. So you know, we aren't one of these big cities that has all the assets and access to those kind of things. So so your front line health care workers, your senior citizens? They're not getting vaccinated right now. Right now. No, we're not going to start until Christmas Eve is my understanding. If we get the Madonna vaccine, we have got no Fizer vaccine in Montgomery County or in Dayton. So There are lots of places across the country like Dayton that is still waiting. And still, you know, mired in a very slow economy. You know, when this Senate was negotiating they had revenue loss is part of the decision. Absolutely, you know, put put it population and revenue loss. But at the end of the day, the vast majority of small communities and local communities are hurting. And what do we do? We provide police service We provide fire service. We pick up your trash. We fill your potholes. We move the snow. We provide your water, these air, not fancy things we're doing and it's not something that's a Democrat way or Republican way of doing this work, and that's what's so frustrating to me is You know, the D C Beltway has gotten so out of touch that they don't even understand the work that local governments do every day for everyday citizens. So let me ask you as this debate in Washington over coronavirus relief has gone on and on on on. How have you been explaining it to people in Dayton? I think people you know, definitely. Local community leaders have been watching this for months and months, and, you know, I think that's what people are saying they're seeing a D. C Beltway mentality that is so out of touch of what's going on and everybody's lives on the ground and And you know that's hard for me, too, because I believe that you know if they stopped playing games and would just do what the American public needs, it would help and still trust in our government something I really want to have to just give us what we need to get through this pandemic. It's not You know, Cities faults. It's nobody's fault. We're in this situation. The federal government needs to step up and do that. Nan Whaley is the mayor of Dayton, Ohio. Thank you very much for joining us. Oh, it's great to be on thank you so much for caring about our local communities.
Snow, rain moves into the Washington DC region
"But Amelia Draper has it for tonight Cloudy skies with lows in the twenties and low 30 size tomorrow in the thirties, is a wintry mix moves into the region. During the morning and midday hours and continues throughout the day for Washington and areas right around the district. This likely starts is a mix of rain and snow changing to all reign as the day wears on, with the chance for some sleet and freezing rain possible. Mainly all snow farther north and west of the metro area, and namely all rain in southern Maryland, parts of Prince George's and Anna Rondo. Counties inside of the Beltway accumulation amounts likely around an inch or less, and anything that falls and sticks will be melting by the evening hours as temperatures warm but into parts of Upper Montgomery, Louden and Frederick counties. We could see snowfall totals anywhere from 6 to 12 inches even higher and strong. Team four. Meteorologist
Its time to talk about voting technology. No, not that kind of voting.
"The pandemic has forced lawmakers around the world to get creative about passing legislation but in the us members of congress still have to show up to vote in person or have another member cast a proxy vote on their behalf but a report out last week by the house administration committee says congress could conduct remote voting if it wanted to securely and with existing technology beth. Simone novak studies the impact of technology on governing as a professor at new york. University's tannin school of engineering. She says remote voting is already happening in other countries and in several. Us states via apple or roll. Call by phone. You know when we have our voices or our faces that's the best form of authentication of who we are. It's no different in many ways as we've seen from all of us working online that we can simply of express our opinion out loud this on zoom the same way we do in real space. It's really not the technology so much. That's the issue at the technology exists for members of congress to securely vote remotely during the ongoing coronavirus epidemic and we've already seen lots of uses of zoom and other of videoconferencing technologies to allow for example committees to me and the business of lawmaking. Go on around the world to if the house administration committee says it safe and already available. Why the pushback. So we've seen over the course of the pandemic. there were a lot of people from both sides of the political aisle who were worried about turning congress into a museum but people felt that really. This went against tradition. This went against the way the people were used to doing things. Don't forget that from legislators used to doing business in the hallways and face to face doing zoom meeting or doing a webex or getting online to have a meeting that was completely new and in fact training was needed to get people used to the idea of having a committee meeting online then part of it. Frankly is party politics and just objecting for the sake of objecting. One of the advantages of virtual committee meetings that you've had more openness. It's been more accessible to people who may not be able to fly to washington to testify for example do you see voting also potentially increasing If you don't have to be there in person. So we've seen examples from around the world of legislatures who have seen their attendance rates and participation rates. Go way up not needing to miss a vote. Because they're in their home district or need to be a need to be somewhere else. So i think we definitely have seen instances of greater rates of participation. We've also seen the ability for for example committees to bring in witnesses from all over the world. Something very difficult today to do today during covid but even pre covid would have a hearing with a few witnesses who would usually come a potentially from where it's convenient near in the beltway area or the usual suspects. We have the ability to have much more diverse participation and more participation in hearings and. I think what's really exciting. Is those legislatures that are turning to technology not simply to do what they do offline but do it online it's those who are really using technology to innovate in new ways to do what i like to call crowd law in other words to use technology to engage the public in the legislative process. So we're seeing lots of examples of this kind of crowd law innovation taking advantage of new technology to hear from more people more diverse people and to engage ordinary people in a process. That's typically been done of really far away from them and often to much behind closed doors but lawmakers could have problems connecting to the internet right. I mean we've seen some government officials lose their connections during committee meetings. Is the infrastructure ready for this. We have to take some baby steps to ensure that we have backup plans in place right. That's why in brazil they have a system that both works with an app and with the telephone. So there's a backup plan. I've been a witness in a congressional hearing and the person who testified with me had to do so frankly from her car because it was the only place that she could get reliable connectivity we have the tools and techniques and the processes in place that can allow us to develop procedures that will work including with backup plans so that people can for example is they're doing in other countries vote maybe not during the hearing but afterwards so they have a window of time in which they can actually register their participation if they can't get online then well and a reminder of the stakes here which is you know if you have people talking in the halls and having having backroom meetings that's potentially spreading covid. Do you think there will be more pressure on the house to adopt to take this step. In the coming months i think with especially with a change in administration and a posture. That will be really much more proactive. In terms of things like mask mandates social distancing requirements and public health and safety measures. I think we're also going to see some a changing culture and when you keep in mind the fact that the average age of a senator is sixty three. The average age of a member of the house is fifty eight and again. The cove is rising all over the united states. I think we're going to see both the necessity of really instituting procedures that help keep people safe but also really a change in culture in really trying to demonstrate for the american people the right ways to work safely and to act safely and that's going to create pressure. I hope for greater uses of these technologies. Frankly it's not cova today. It could be a natural disaster tomorrow. We have to be prepared to continue operations of government even the event of a disaster. We don't wanna be without the ability to legislate to provide the american people with services that they need to provide them with their stimulus checks and importantly to conduct oversight over the executive branch Especially in a crisis you know. We have the world's arguably most powerful national legislature and it deserves to have a modern and safe digital infrastructure. Beth novak directs the governance lab at. Nyu's hand school of engineering
Washington DC - Teenager leads Virginia state police on high-speed chase
"Under arrest after a car chase. Virginia State police they reached more than 130 miles an hour. It began early this morning on the Beltway near Telegraph Road. Virginia State police say cars lined up to drag race three refused to stop. Police say the teens car ran several red lights before hitting another car and later hitting a wall with 17 year old driver is from Woodbridge and suffered minor injuries. He had three adult passengers in the car and was driving without a license. The teen driver faces multiple felony charges, including eluding, police hit and run. And drag racing.
Suspect accused of killing Houston police sergeant
"In houston i'm eddie robinson. A man is now under arrest for the murder of a veteran. Houston police officer sergeant. Shawn rios was killed. Monday afternoon and a shootout on the north freeway police on tuesday arrested. Twenty-four-year-old robert sali's hpd's chief artas says so lease was taken into custody after a traffic. Stop on the katy freeway near beltway. Eight when we worked together with the public and we work together utilizing technology and and we actually exploit all the Tanaz is out there all the video. It's out there we end up with these Great results vado. Says they're also looking for a second person who was spotted on security video next to a black pickup truck that individual were coming for ya. We're gonna find you. She might as well turn your yourself. Nelson says he believes reels was killed when he tried to intervene in a shootout on the freeway involving people in two vehicles
Washington DC - 7 Hurt in Crash on Beltway Outer Loop
"Parkway still blocked in both directions. Crash investigation continues on Suitland Parkway Ifyou're outbound, you can't get past Silver Hill Road inbound traffic diverted at Suitland Road, 95 south bound in Maryland, around to the outer loop that's still blocked with crash activity. Traffic. All traffic has to exit onto the inner loop of the Beltway toward college Park and Green Belt. North Non Baltimore Washington Parkway after 32 crash along the right side to 70 north bound before the Manaka See River Bridge to believe the crash activity has been cleared from the roadway. But do expect the ladies approaching and passing our banner. Headed toward Frederick City. He's found I 70 near exit 35. That's the Boonsboro exit route. 66 single file left gets past the cleanup from the earlier tractor trailer Fire Branch Avenue South bound after Woodyard road crash along the left side and going back into AA Fred or Ah, Washington Frederick off, this is Frederick County, Emmitsburg and actually near Ah, the Pennsylvania State line 15 near route 1 40 block both ways for police activity.
Washington, D.C. - 2 US Park Police Officers Indicted in Fatal Shooting of Bijan Ghaisar
"Breaking moves up to park police officers have been indicted in connection with the death of John Gesar. Comes after the FBI chose not to do so happened three years ago after a slow speed chase. Our team coverage begins with Peace Christi King. Each of the officers could get 20 years of convicted on charges of manslaughter and reckless discharge of a firearm. Moving forward with this case is the right thing to do, and it represents justice. Perfects County Commonwealth Attorney Steve Piscano was noting that FBI investigators weren't allowed to be witnesses before the grand jury were ableto get the indictment. We feel confident, making the case based on the evidence. Gathered by the Fairfax County Police Department be Zhang Gesar was shot and killed in November of 2017 after leading officers on a slow speed pursuit initiated because of a fender bender in Alexandria. He drove away after someone rear ended his SUV failing to respond to officers after twice stopping his vehicle and driving away. The third encounter ended in a neighborhood south of the Beltway, with officer shooting into Geysers vehicle repeatedly as it began to roll forward. All of that captured on a county police officer's dashboard Camera. Christi King. W. T O P News. I'm
Philadelphia - U.S. Senator Pat Toomey Won’t Seek Re-Election Or Run For Governor In 2022
"Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey will not be seeking re election next year will be likely to make the official announcement tomorrow.
Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For NoVA, Washington DC
"Is is the the warnings warnings have have either either expired expired or or they've they've been been cancelled cancelled a a few few minutes minutes early early that that storm storm that in particular we were watching in Montgomery County in Howard County. As we can quite a bit in the past 15 minutes, no longer above severe levels. It's still a thunderstorm is still putting down some pretty heavy rainfall. But the potential for any large hail or really strong, gusty winds is now pretty much over with. So the warning Is cancelled early, but still some fairly heavy rain from the Seneca area through Rockville in Rossmore, White oak up to sandy spring in Brookville and over the line into a highland in scaggsville and love on savage areas. Uh, just to the north of the Montgomery County side of the Beltway. Just to the north of Beltway is the heavy rain. Aah! And again. It stretches into parts of Howard County and up towards the Baltimore area to sew. The warning has not been extended to the East and unlikely is It's an an unlikely unlikely unlikely that that that will will will be be be extended extended extended any any any farther farther farther to to to the the the east east east through through through Northern Northern Northern Prince Prince Prince George's George's George's in in in and and and around, around, around, Oh Oh Oh counties, counties, counties, But But But it it it is is is the the the remnants remnants remnants are are are still still still moving moving moving to to to the the the east. east. east. So So So those those those areas areas areas are are are still going to get some heavy rain in the next few minutes or so. We're not seeing any thunderstorm development now in Virginia anymore, except that northern tip of Fairfax County, and we're not seeing any thunderstorm development in southern Maryland. So even though there is a still a severe thunderstorm watch until midnight. For those areas, stuff will likely be cancelled early, so the thunderstorms that exist in northern Maryland will continue to wind down for the next two hours and 90 minutes or so. Everything will be out of here completely by midnight. Regardless, Temperatures will continue to fall through the eighties through the low to mid seventies for overnight lows. It'll be a warm and muggy night. And tomorrow after dude. We'll do it all over again. And with a stronger cold front on the way from the north, With even hotter temperatures. We will likely see Maur storms than today of affecting more locations. And some of them could be stronger, too. So so more severe weather likely tomorrow afternoon into the evening. Amaro size of being the upper eighties, too low nineties But behind the cold front that I mentioned on Friday just a few straight leftover showers in the morning, then lowering humidity, breezy conditions the rest of the day highs in the low to mid eighties. Saturday, mostly study and warm but much less humid and much more comfortable Hae to be in the upper seventies, too. Low eighties Sunday, also 80 degrees right now in Fairfax, down to 73 behind the storms, and hi it's down in its 84 at at Washington. Washington. Reagan Reagan National, National,
Colon cancer is on the rise among younger adults
"Cases of colon cancer The disease had killed actor Chadwick Boseman and Rectal cancer are on the rise in young adults. Colorectal cancer is the third deadliest cancer in the U. S. With cases among those under 50 climbing since the 19 nineties in 2017, more than 52,000 people died of colorectal cancer nationwide and a report in March by the American Cancer Society said Half of all new diagnoses are in people under the age of 67. Experts say obesity may be a contributing factor. But the new research doesn't specifically defined causes of increases or declines by age or ethnicity.
Washington, DC - Public comment sought on Md.’s plans for toll lanes on Beltway, I-270
"You've got a chance to weigh in on Maryland's plans for high occupancy toll lanes on the Beltway and I to 70, but you'll need to register in advance online. The Maryland Maryland Department Department of of Transportation Transportation State State Highway Highway Administration Administration will will hold hold several several virtual virtual hearings. hearings. The The first first one one runs runs through through eight eight o'clock o'clock tonight tonight to to others others take take place place Thursday Thursday and then August 25th. And then there's another one, a fourth one September 3rd. There are also in person hearings. Those will happen in Largo in Rockville. The study will examine plans to build high occupancy toll lanes and or express toll lanes and even a plan that involves no new construction. You You can can register register by by going going to to w w t t o o p p dot dot com com Search Search tolls tolls
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"beltway" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Let me move though it was so comical. It was so comical. Now you know luckily for the clippers and the NBA period. They had this I posted. And they can say sweet loo. Stop at that door. Stop there, right there, big boy! That going back in. London not the only time. This is GonNa Happen. Question is. You know. How much can you control? How many times happened and can you stay in front of it? As the League of the team and that's what the mission is, and that's what they've been able to do so far. Stay in front of it. I wanted to just give a few minutes to the fact that Regis Philbin passed away over again then he was a huge fan of our show he will be. The melancholy trails today I've written that already. A huge fan of the show was a guest on the show wants your thoughts on Regis. Philbin, and an extraordinary career of great length great length. I would recommend anybody who really wants to. Dive, in Read The New York Times, Obituary, which I did late last night about Regis, and you know look I grew up my whole life watching television I'm child of the sixties and seventies television was my life. In a way that nobody even watch TV anymore and Regis Philbin was always there. Going back to being you know on the Sofa with Joey Bishop When when when I guess ABC that was trying to you know. Get some of the ratings and Johnny Carson enjoying a late night television. Just told them whether they're was on daytime. TV At one point before he was partnered with Kathy Lee. He was with Cindy Garvey Yep. And they did like a good morning. L. A. Situation. In morning television and then read. It was always there. It was great. And I been a couple of times at Notre Dame Games. When Regis was there when I first met Regis when I was a pretty young guy. Cover College football for The Washington Post. I was at a Michigan Notre Dame game. And Regis Zero Whoa this regis, Philbin I mean. You know he was he was. He was on television more than any human being. Worked out two hours. Yeah, ever. It was like eighteen thousand hours is great. You know and I don't even who works out how you can prove this, but we just rages man. It was cool and yes, Tony I mean the people. The I kinda television figures, who were encouraging and it free with advice and encouragement for us at the very beginning and a couple of cases before the beginning. Of PTI. The, Texas said the lions. Of the business were Larry King. Regis Philbin. Bryant Gumbel. I'm forgetting somebody else who worry Maury end because. I. For anybody so in chronological order it was Maury Bryant, Gumbel and Larry King and Regis Philbin and yes, you know and I know we had I mean. We were in retail company multiple times, and he was start talking about things we should consider like in the first few months PTI and we were silent. It was like it was like you know I'm sure like a young ballplayer having an audience with Huby Brown or something you just. Shut up, and you listen. And I know how grateful I am for that and I. I I. I know how grateful you are, but absolutely you know you have those guys in regions, but he was just so funny and full of energy and. You know You know it was just it was, and they have been a Notre Dame guy, and you know growing up down the street as I did from from Notre Dame, and he would give me you know what about northwestern and Notre Dame's dominance of us back and forth it was just. He was so pleasant and so entertaining, and it was just electric to be the few times I was in his company, and it's you know eighty eight eighty eight years old. I? Thought when I started reading the old bit I thought it was gonNA be eighty, two eighty three. Maybe you even said to me, no age three eighty eight. Writing I will see you later in a manner of speaking thanks. Michael Wilbon boys and girls. We will take a break. We'll come back with jingles and emails and stuff like that I'm Tony Kornheiser? This is the Tony Kornheiser show. Got Faxes! Come. All Yourself. That male now, baby. That's fantastic. That was sent us by Davy Hazard the guitars for Hot Pink Hangover, which sounded like hot punk hangover. At that point. They're late to the party, but we recorded jingle for your mailbag. We continue to love your show. Hope you're staying safe and sane. That is great. Let's play that again at some point can wait for sports to return. This guy's a vikings fan. And the NFL and the NBA hope they can make it through the season. Fingers crossed. We don't know. What are we doing now Nigel? Why don't you give an ad for the bagels? The copy I go ahead. I'll say thanks to the BAGEL. We get a Bagel. BAGEL SANDWICH THERE? You can as well several locations in the area. Just go to Bethesda bagels dot com also want to say a special. Thanks again to Michael. Wilpon not was on this show. He's on the atom for our podcast. Give listen to that as well. Thanks everyone. that's just as bad for us today, but before we get to the mail bag, let me just say that for last number I'd like to ask your help. The people in the cheaper seats clap your hands, and the rest of you just rattle your jewelry and that was set by John Lennon at the Albert. Hall I believe in probably about nine hundred and sixty, four, sixty five, and my right on that Nigel absolutely I think it was nineteen sixty four. Yeah, thanks to the guest today Michael. Michael Wilbon in Tim Kirk thanks as well to our sponsors the new. HBO MASON AND FIT body. which ninety uses remember, you can listen to us on apple podcast. spotify Google play radio. Dot Com to get the shelter I tunes..
"beltway" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Do you think we'll see that? Reflected by the thirtieth game or the twenty fifth game, the sort of mental fatigue of of this routine that will affect people physically. I think so I think this is already after one weekend starting to wear on these players Anthony Rizzo of just said you know up the cubs you know I'm nervous going to Cincinnati. Not 'cause. It's Cincinnati. It's just their first road trip of the season. They're leaving their little bubble to go somewhere else, and this has been my concern. All along. Is the travel situation. Where are you going? What kind of hotspot could that potentially be? And what safety protocols are in place when you get there? What's The ballpark visiting Ballpark? GonNa? Look like for you. I mean these. These are all the things that now we're getting into now that we're through the first weekend. More teams are traveling, it's. Very, complicated, so people wonder why when when these leagues come out with Health and safety protocols. They're probably books forty and fifty pages long. They probably try to anticipate everything in have a contingency plan I'm assuming right. Right well I Manager told me that he tried to get through the safety protocol book that they were all sent, and he said I couldn't even get through it was that big that complete and that complicated. That's how and Baseball saying look, these are the rules. You gotta read them. You GotTa follow, and yet they're just impenetrable because they're so so difficult. Get through, get you OUGHTA here on this if you had to bet. Would you bet that there would be at least one full stoppage of the baseball season? I, I would say yes, Tony, but to me if there's a full stoppage that ends the season. You can't do in baseball to me. You can't tell everyone more and take nine days off because now. You gotTa have a ramp up again. This is not the NBA you can take days off and come back and make eight threes. It doesn't work that way that. Takes nine days off and comes back and throws like like he's been doing the whole time. It doesn't work that way so. I think we makes all the sense. They're going to have one stoppage, but to me. One stoppage could mean. An entire season. Thank you Tim I'll give Tracy your best this afternoon and Talk, thanks, Tony, Tim Kirkman boys and girls. We will take a break. We will come back with Michael Wilbon. We went out of order today. Because Tim has a hit at you know. Relatively speaking. You're going to hear this well after it, but he's got a hit early in the morning I'm Tony Kornheiser. Listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. This is an ad for fit bod. I don't know that I've read this before. HAVE HAVE I don't Nigel's using fit bod? Okay, whether you're new to the gym or you've been lifting weights for years. It's hard to find the right workout program and stick to it. If you've ever gone to the gym without a plan, you know how overwhelming weight room can feel. Even with a trainer can be hard to know if you're pushing yourself too much or not enough, but with.
"beltway" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"And we thought we had it fixed yesterday, and from six to six fifteen, it wasn't six laugh evening, and that was a bit discouraging and I have another game tonight now. The mets at the Red Sox and I just have to pray that I don't foul anything up along the way, so let me let me just get a couple of things out of the way in watching the nats on. No no on Saturday. Fox did the game and Kenny was there? Kenny was actually in the ballpark. You're not going to do that. Well any Rosenthal. Yes I'm not I'm in the booth I'm not on the field and I. Think you? I think it's a slightly different story when you're on for four hours at a time, you need to be new. He jumping in all the time and the best way to do that. Is from your house like buster only was there on opening, sitting in the stands doing reports, but he gave a report here and there I'm supposed to be on on every pitch, and the only way to do that is to be hooked in with a camera from home so when Tracy came back to my house after going to your house. Tracy said you won't believe what they've done to Tim's house. What have they? They've drilled holes in your ceiling. Apparently, what have they done to your house? Well I have a studio in my house I've got lights coming from the ceiling. Pink Champagne on ice. You know I've got. I've got a black cabinet in here for my glow point, and then they had to come in and fix my background. So when you see me on camera, you can see everything behind me and what I have behind me was fine before, but we had to do some really creative work behind me I did the creative work, my wife, the world's most creative woman in the world, came in looked at it. Sugar head. Head and said this is sad, so she went and smooth some stuff around now. It looks Great Tracy told me that so I have a great background now to go with as I look in the camera, you can look behind me and there's some interesting stuff back there. Would you like to have giant posters of books? I have written to put behind you in the way that I have done that for me. No I would like to have to really smart people standing behind me at all times just in case, something goes wrong. That's what I need in my office, but I can't do that because there aren't enough people to work, so I must say as terrible as I am I figured out some of the problems with the system and I've been able to fix them on my own. It's a miracle given. How technologically challenged I am? This is an incredible mistake Tim once they find. Find out you can do something. They'll never send a tech to your house ever again. They'll just assume that you aren't electron Wiz I. Just what I worry about is, you're going to go to somebody like Norby Williamson say I'm more important than Tony Tracy has to come here. She cannot go to his house anymore. Do I have to worry about that. No, but seriously seriously. Here's what I'm worried about. We do such a great job eventually doing these Games from home. Somebody's going to say hey, just staying home, we. We just saved a ZILLION dollars not sending the crew on the road. We could do it like this forever then. I will be very upset because as Corny as it sounds, there is no substitute for me for being at the Ballpark and to do a game from three thousand miles away as I did on Thursday nights. That is challenging situation especially when you're broadcast, play by play guys, four hundred miles away, and the other color guy is five hundred miles away. That makes him really hard. It doesn't work. There's no look we noticed this with. It's a relationship show a booth. is relationship situation it it's it's fine. People are grateful. It doesn't work as well as it should I found out. Official scorers aren't going to games. You can't tell Tim unofficial. I shouldn't have to depend on a solitary feed by a home team. It's not fair. It's not fair. The hitting coach for the mets is is the hitting coach for the mets remotely. He is watching games video. Yes, that's how we're doing things now. Tony and not everyone is with their team, and that's what we're up against right now is how we gonNA. Make all of this work and it's. It's really really tricky stuff so I was very excited of course to watch Thursday night to watch Garrett, Cole and Max, Sherzer. Had predicted to a few of my friends. Will before one Yankees at the end of two I was close on that particular score. Because I knew shares, it would give up a home run, but I honestly thought when we found out. We're getting ready to do is probably both in the three o'clock hour we find out about soda in the positive test. I thought they'd postponed the game when I heard Aaron Boone. Say We came here to play and we're ready to play. I knew they would not, but I thought they would at first, did you? I did not think they would postpone the game. Tony because I think by starting when they did in the middle of a pandemic, they had to acknowledge. All sorts of things are going to happen here and we're either GONNA play through it or not GonNa play at all, and that's what they've decided to do now. Maybe it'll get so bad from here that they'll throw up their hands. MLB and say we can't do this. This responsible. This is unhealthy, but four Miami marlins tested positive yesterday team did not leave after the game they stayed overnight and are going back from Philadelphia to pay for their home opener. Miami Okay Yeah Yeah, so they have to figure out what they're going to do now. This is obviously a very dangerous situation, and this something like this starts happening all over the place. Then we're GONNA have to rethink where we are in baseball, but Tony. You know this with all the money. There is to be made in the play offs in October and more playoff games than ever coming up in October baseball's GonNa, do everything it can to to finish the season, and if it gets dangerous, they're gonNA. Have to stop it but I think they're going to say look. They're gonNA. Be Positive Tests, and we're GONNA work our way through it. Well, you have to have roster flexibility obviously because you could lose, you know if the Miami. Marlins lost four. You could lose ten. You could lose twelve I mean you could. You're exposed to people in the dugout in the clubhouse I mean it could go. It could go right through the what surprised me. Tim The most. I think was when I read, and I don't know how this works, but it took more than twenty four hours to get a result on a test that surprised me you aware of that I guess I thought it would be instantaneous. Yeah I thought some too and I think that's part of the problem is we don't have immediate understanding of what's going on here and that's the problem Tony. I talked to one of the mets the other day about what it's like. Like he said he gets tested temperature taken twice before. He gets out of his car in the morning at the ballpark. Then he goes and stands in line like he's added. Amusement Park may waiting for a ride rotates with everyone else until he gets to the front and they ask them a hundred questions do some more tests than they finally let him in the Ballpark then if he leaves to go to lunch, which doesn't happen and he leaves her an hour. He has to go through the whole process again and he told me we would get to the ballpark at six thirty in the morning and we get home at seven thirty at night because the whole day took so long because. We have to be tested and stay away from people. You can't do a group session with six players. You gotta stay away from each other, and that's why things are taking so much time..
"beltway" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Two dollars, and forty cents, two hundred four dollars, and now let me tell you this. I would do this again. Thousand Times absolutely. The Guy came to my house on Sunday. He came willing to fix whatever problem he saw. I would do this a thousand times in a row. This is what rainy day money is. This is what you have at for now. I'm not saying everybody has it. I am fortunate as I always say I have it and I wrote the check and I wrote a check without any anger. Thirty minutes earlier. You don't have to do it, but okay, but okay, but what PEPCO by the way for those of you out of town stands for Potomac, electric power company. That's just the acronym for the Electricity Company in Washington DC did I. DO ANYTHING WRONG? No. Really one, this is the tough question. When he talked about rainy day. Money and the cost of homeownership is if you have any service person coming out whether it's electrical plumbing, you working H, Vac. It's that it's the driving to you. See where you have to now wondering like, do I have anything else? We had an h vacuum. You start to say. I wanted him to get the old refrigerator here. Do the cleaning because I I don't want to have to pay that. Fee to get the air conditioner people came after that I would have liked him to look at that fridge downstairs to see if the outlets could support it. He looked at it. He said he had something in his truck. He came back. He said I don't have it. I said. Could you plug it? And he said it'll smell for a while, but then it'll get better, but he didn't imply what Savelli. We talking. I don't like dead muskrats or something. I don't know. But in any case that's tangential. This was my power story and I was. I am grateful that people came. I'm happy to pay the money. I'm more grateful that Pepsico fixed it, but you're in that position where you go whoa I had no idea. How much supposed to age where we can't have you without air conditioning I would mold you can died and you guys. Keep this out hot the house hot. Normally keep it about seventy six seventy seven summer. Yeah, no, I I knew something was up. Because we're finishing lunch with the boys and I start getting text messages from mom, and I started getting these angsty, very emotional voicemails review and I just kept listening and it's. It's visual voicemail I because it transcribed. Just keep waiting to be like we'll be at your house at five. If this isn't resolved, we're sleeping with you tonight. I want you to know that that was. That was an option that I was going to impose upon you. Absolutely, I was GONNA sleep downstairs. Yeah, absolutely always ready. Yeah, that's what I was going to do, if need be, but but as I say, it was resolved well, so I'm happy, so we'll take a break. What is it GonNa say I've got bunkbeds over here if you if you haven't I've need. That's that's after the Michael Option. That's not before the. Hammock so we will. What do I got here? Yeah, so we'RE GONNA we're, GonNa flip the order a little bit nice job. Affording Will Smith Tim. while. Didn't you know we'll? We'll Harris? We'll Harris. He stinks. And Sean doolittle the Beltway Mitterrand the vegan intellectual. He stinks welcome stung last year. He stinks this year. Can I not happen where the? Third best to pitches no wins. Corbin and and Sherzer nobody's Corbin got host Corbin got host bullpen, let him. Cartoons let him when we when we come back and I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser ship. This is the for Perry Mason and I'm happy to read this at night, so you before we the not you're watching, aren't you religiously yes, I love it. I cannot wait Sundays at nine on HBO. It's another fantastic episode last night. It's just brilliant. HBO's next. Must Watch series Perry Mason. Stars Emmy Winner Matthew Rees. More fond of his wife in an origin story for American, FICTIONS MOATS legendary criminal defense lawyer catch up on the series. The Washington Post called superb and Vanity Fair Lords, grossing and unpredictable set in Nineteen Thirties. La Mason finds it. Uncovering the truth means exposing a city full of corruption and everybody is guilty co-starring Emmy winners, Tatyana must. Lonnie and she was on orphan, black and John Lithgow. Who's been around forever and his great Perry Mason Airs and Sundays at nine pm on HBO, and you can stream it on Hbo Max and Nigel. It's worth it right absolutely I. Recommend it to everyone. We. Have Tim Kirch in we return? I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. This is sent to us by Dan Kearns. Rights SATCHMO. I've been a massive longtime supporter of the show and its many iterations for more than twenty years I even made the pilgrimage to chatter to listen to the show and put faces voices good omelettes by the way. Would that we were still in business. Making omelets attached is a song meditate written and performed by my first child. A masculine child Miller coins Miller like Walker like Baker see our names of. British occupations Miller a senior in high school. Wow, recorded and produced this in the basement of our home with makeshift and crude equipment. This is called meditate, and this is lovely, and thank you for this music. Original music which we like, which can be accessed at the end of the show, original music, not cover tunes original music at the end of the show. Tim Kirk joins us now I watched him last night of baseball tonight. I watched a giant. Screen of Tim's head and he was on with Ravi and made me very happy, and I was texting back and forth with Ravi during the show, and this makes me so happy. When during a television show I can texted someone, Tim. Do you ever do that during a television show text with people? not anymore 'cause all who I was never very good at that anyway, but with the problems I'm facing technologically I. I have to concentrate on one thing making sure this camera actually works and what you don't know is I was supposed to be on the top of the show yesterday, but the technology didn't work, so they couldn't get me on until six fifteen i. I miss the a because by candidate works so there. I am sitting in this chair and I can't hear a soul, and they can't hear me. It was really frustrating, so let me give a little background here. What has happened at ESPN is a lot of people some of whom have had cameras in their house before or some like me would never done that. That are now working from their houses and cameras are delivered, and sometimes you get very very lucky I got very very lucky in the tracy. Roberts comes to my house every day because she knows. If any one thing goes wrong, I will not be able to fix it. Even if it is simply pressing a button, I will not be able to fix it. This is. Is Not my skill I was an English major I cannot do anything and Tracy comes here now. Tracy is dear dear friends with Tim and Tracy went to Tim's house last week to try to help out because you you are. You are not going to go to any games, or you're going to go to some select few games or what? What is your schedule? Well I'm doing games, but and I will go to, and but I will not. I'm sure broadcast. The game from the Ballpark like like most broadcasters were were broadcasting remotely from the studio, or from home, and I've had a camera in my house, Tony. Years Twenty years so and I. I mean I've had more than ty Cobb in my house. Hand how that works, but this is a new camera setup which allows me to do a major league game from my house. Is Way more sophisticated all to with with glow point was just sit in front of it, and they do the rest now. I have to hit a million buttons. Tracy was the third person to come over to try to help me with this, and that poor girl sat next to me from ten o'clock at night until one fifteen in the morning, just to make sure nothing went wrong, and at one point the camera went black completely, and I wasn't quite sure what to do, so tracy took care of. Of that but I'm better than you. Tony but I think at this stuff. I get worried about this stuff..
"beltway" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Previously on the Tony Kornheiser show. And the first two tomatoes that began to turn the first two in the middle of the largest tomato plants squirrels when I checked yesterday at noon. We're fine when I checked yesterday at five. Gotten to them, squirrels had dug holes in them. Squirrels had eaten. Now I can save about half the tomato Michael Come. Look at these. Can you see can? They've been infested by squirrel pause. Squirrels. Kornheiser? Show is on now to more over the weekend. I had to pull two more as they begin I. Know, Nigel, you said something about they can distinguish green and red, but as they begin to turn as the plants begin to turn their turn from green to yellow to a sort of an orange, and then to a red will never get to read in this house, 'cause the squirrels go out there, and now we do have email, and I'm. We'll talk about that later on how to stop the squirrel infant infestation has to be about smell I guess you don't. You don't think it's vigil. They can smell the tomatoes maturing. Okay well, you know what I'd like to shoot them, but. As. You listened to that open. You're nodding in agreement with yourself. Yeah, well I am because I. Have this problem again. You can cut away. You can save at least half the tomato and I had a couple of those tomatoes the. Morning sure so we go out we we tend to the garden. You harvest the fall in I would peppers. Yeah, three quarters of each. Heifers then I got it away. Yes, they're like their rotten tomatoes. Essentially. Yes, have. Cut them away. I cut the good points you showed me. Showed should be how you cut them. Take away all the bad parts, and then put them in a clean bag lean. We mean a lightly used ziplock plastic lightly used with with not like the Bethesda giggles. Not the ones with onions like the plain ones are in separate bags, so yeah, they're lightly used. Yes, that's true. Let me get to. We also spread Cayenne pepper. In and around the. Not The peppers, the pepper dying of natural fungus of some sort, but the tomatoes cayenne pepper. That's one of the one of the solutions, not as versed. We Salted I. Yes, yes, yes, okay Brian you miss that debt. It's okay. I'm not involved in the cooking with the cayenne peppers. I'm just involved in the trying to kill the squirrel appetite from tomatoes. Let me tell you a story about what have first of all. Let me just mention this I don't know how much we're going to talk about the nats. We may talk a little bit about the nets, but Anthony Fauci no, no, no, that was the worst, a right-hander that was Carl Lewis. That was a right hander throwing it. Twelve feet dead left on angle tried to fast pitch to who is just terrible and let me just say this. Because have great respect for Anthony Fauci in all areas of his life. I have friends who trained under him who know him. My friend Jodi knows him and loves him JODY FORCE DOT. I have done this now. You It's twenty to twenty five years ago. I have thrown out the first pitch. You, need you need to practice? You need to go to the bullpen. You need to go to an underground spot. You need to throw till your arm. You need to do this because you need the repetitive motion of throwing. You don't throw anymore. It's been years since you've thrown and the pressure. That is on you to make a good pitch talking about practice. Yes is going to make it worse, so you throw literally fifteen to twenty minutes on the side before you throw out a first pitch, and then you'll get to the plate you will. You'll get it to find fifteen to twenty minutes in his day. He was just at the ballpark. He could have done it. There could a warmed up with Kenny Rosenthal he could have warmed up with somebody when he wanted to getting advice from Zim. Advice on zoom boom doesn't do anything. It's using him to tell you how to throw third defers, but yeah, because he couldn't make that throw, which is why he's on I but fouled. She's throw. was was dreadful. It was it was dreadful. Still Love Him, but his dreadful throat imagine throat the first pitch for your two teams. You grow up Yankees. Fan and then you love the nets. So that was good. Let me get to a story a consequential story. Yesterday about I, don't know. Twelve one o'clock. Our air conditioning goes out. I. Go through the House I start putting on fans everywhere. We have a fan I put on the fan. Carol Calls Crop Metcalf with whom we have a service contract and we're told it could be anywhere between four o'clock and eight o'clock that they would come out, and now it's one o'clock, and it's ninety five degrees and going up to ninety seven. Then about thirty or forty minutes later, power goes out in various spots in our house. Power goes out on the second floor where the bedrooms are higher floor by various. Are you talking about certain outlets? Certain rooms, all of the that were on in three different rooms in Michael's bedroom in the computer room and in our bedroom. All of the fans went out. Okay! The lights went out. The the clocks went out the upstairs in the attic where we do the. Show the attic fan was still on. The refrigerator was still on. It was not a full blackout. So then we decide, we get we get some advice from James and we call an electric engine. I Don I think it was Hawkins. Election we go into the Nancy Bubus Book of WHO to call in an emergency when trying to sell fifty million dollar house, and that electricity companies there they come within about an hour to an hour and a half. Philip shows up. About ten minutes before Philip shows up, actually went filip shows up. He says you know there's a PEPCO truck in the street. Now we had called PEPCO. We had called PEP. Go to find out if there was an outage in our area. And we were told there's no particular outage in the area. So Philip says a PEPCO truck in street and at that time. And I said to fill up I said I'm sure this happens to you all the time about ten minutes before you showed up, the power seemed to come back on. Like magic, we don't really understand what happened. Power seemed to come back on, and that's when he said to me well. There's PEPCO truck in the street. Maybe they did it and I said well. What would be the point to that? Because it was no power outages? The Pepsico Guy. Is Walking in front of his truck and I walk over to him and I. Say well what happened here and the explanation is far too technical from me. I don't understand it did have a switch it had to do with a hot something or other I. Don't know what happened, but he went up on the box, which is on top of the telephone pole? It's twenty feet off the ground. You gotta use the Cherry Picker. With loved this right, he goes up on that. He does something some Ring Dang do whatever he does what he does. And, then all the power comes back on said you didn't have a pro. He said we cut your power by half. That's what we did in order to fix this. We cut you power by half and I said well I call Tristesse. You don't need them. I said he's in the house. I called the guys that you don't need them. I said they are on their way to the house. We don't need them so well. How was I to know that? How could I know that it was this? When we called PEPCO? PEPCO reported no problem in the area. Now your here a couple of hours later you fix it. I'm very grateful. Thank you very very much. Could it have been heat related? I don't know it could have been, but I don't know but of teat related. It's coming back today and tomorrow and the next day. Do you know what electric charges you on a Sunday for the first fifteen minutes of his work I fifteen, so he didn't even get like the full hour first.
"beltway" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained
"So that is a focus scrip. You can imagine that given what I do for a living that there's something frustrating about sitting and listening to people say the media. It's all just so negative. I just don't want it in my life. Like how can you figure out what's going on everybody just screaming or even just hearing people say that they tune out when politicians are yelling at each other because in politics is an argument. Predict right now. It's an argument particularly polarized era. It's an argument. And if by nature of it being an argument it turns people off. Well then where does that leave you because it's not going to not be an argument. How do you cover something as negative as impeachment without it being seen as negative? How do you cover politicians auditions fighting with each other without it being understood as fighting and then how do you partially through it when all of that noise is making people not Wanna I sit and watch this book? I read a couple years back that I think about all the time. It's called Stealth Democracy Americans beliefs about how government should work. It's by John. hibbing being and Elizabeth these Morris who political scientists and what they do using a lot of survey data. is they show something. Someone at usual surprising. They show that people actually very strong views about about political process much more so than policy and the strongly they have about process is it. There's a high level of consensus in America thus in American politics and if everybody are we just doing the right thing. They're carrying out the will of the voter if they were in the words of one of the focus group members acting like adults rather children. There'd be agreement there'd be consensus and so they work backwards from whether or not there's agreement and consensus or whether there is a division and rancor and fighting and conflict and if it is at ladder they mistrust it becomes itself that division that fighting that rancor it becomes itself a signal that something is wrong it is corrupt that people people are under the sway of special interest and they assume that if all those politicians were just there on the level the way normal people are the none of this would be happening and so whether or not up there is agreement or division becomes itself the mark of whether or not something is trustworthy or not but of course agreement and division is a resource controlled simultaneously taste by both sides if republicans all wanted to be pro impeachment. There'd be no division over it if Democrats wanted to also trump there'd be consensus and then people can take that signal signal but there is a real argument here and what you see. Is it particularly. If all you want to do is protect the status quo that if you could just make politics repulsive pulsing full of conflict uncomfortable you can turn away a lot of people turn away the people who are most persuadable. I mean the people who are going to forge through it who are gonNA stay tuned in no matter what. They've already made up their minds as why they're here. That's why we care right. We sort of know what we think is right who we think is right. It is the Nature Church of people who are invested in politics to be invested in aside and an outcome otherwise what would be keeping you invested in politics but for people whose investment is lighter. WHO's interested CIDER CIDER with? They often want is the comfort that their representatives are doing the right thing and the way they think they can tell that is are the representatives agreeing. Are they getting things done. Does it work like every other institution in their lives right when a family is peaceful school board teachers peaceful one. A Corporation is working well. People not constantly at each other's throats or there is something very natural about seeing endless conflict as a signal that something's deeply wrong combat is. How things tend to work for us? I was thinking about this watching the House floor debate this week and I I mean you heard me saying with Matt. I just found it. Unbelievably depressing but part of why founded said oppressing US sitting there looking at it watching it trying to take on the perspective of some of the people in this Focus Group and why you've reviewed never keep watching it if you didn't have to and you would never if you didn't know if you didn't come in there with a strong view and deep backing and what is the evidence already been in this if you don't read the witness reports and all the rest of it how would you parse it. One one woman comes up says one thing the next person says the opposite thing. The next person says first thing another the person says the opposite thing again like how would you know I want. Something is confusing when it seems that impenetrable when it seems like all there is is fighting and the two so far apart that you can't you can't find your way forward unless you're an expert or if you give it all the time of course what you do is turn off from it. Of course what you do is say it's not for me. And so one of the ways that poltics resists perform is it turns off the people needed to reform it. It's a trope that a lot of people don't want to talk about about politics at the dinner table In Stealth Democracy they note the twenty six percent of everybody in the survey agreed. Many of them strongly that just the very idea idea of political argument made them feel uneasy. They didn't want to be part of it. People don't like conflict and yet we're an age where conflict easily central reality of American politics. Tech's that is what it means for things to be. Polarized can read all about it in my coming book. Our bowl her first and in a world where conflict is for many people the problem mm or consensus is for many people signal of things going. Okay that's GONNA be tough. I don't have a stirring ring ending. Here I watched what happened this week and what I see is a system that for all kinds of reasons is in a state of breakdown not collapse. APPS were not collapsing. But we do not have the mods or methods to guarantee accountability in the conditions. When we need it? I don't think that is going to push us to the brink right now but it could one day and if it does we will look back and say yeah we could see this one coming. It was clear we saw all the drivers we saw all the forces we saw all the trends. We just didn't quite have away out of them. What you saw this week was the immovability if at all I want to be very clear? That's not both sides are doing it. I think the Republican Party has just gone off the ledge and I recognize it even saying that is polarizing polarizing. Right that's the bind polarization to declare. Clearly what is happening makes you a polarizing force to say on like if you read Donald Trump six page letter. If you haven't do it that he sent to Nancy Pelosi but to just describe that letter clearly is polarizing. Then you have people coming up with the condescending thank the president and his supporters. Oh that letter should be disqualifying right. We should have higher standards than that so the the idea here is not that both sides are doing the same thing. They're not but if you have not already decided which side is right. It's very hard hard to figure out what which side is right It's very hard to figure out the truth of what both sides are doing because in the end just a bunch of people talking is making in their arguments and everybody seeming fully conviction. Many them very eloquent. And what are you going to touch him. On performance you need something the disciplines the system. Better than that but right now there is no discipline on the system and the very nature how the system has become is making a lot of people people want turn off from it entirely many ways. There's something very fitting about the idea that Donald trump has been impeached. But he's probably going to be acquitted that the impeachment articles may you're not even move onto the Senate at least not for a little while the that that state of deep indecisiveness of a radical decision proper proper in my view but a radical decision in one direction from one part of the system is met by complete indifference or the other opposite from the other part of the system that is. It's the perfect metaphor for the age. And so the status quo prevails even as much as many people hate this status quo. It's about to be hand but at least right now we can see it very very clearly. Impeachment explained is engineered by Cynthia. Gill is researched by Russia Karma produced and edited by. Jeffrey Geldof theme. Music is by John Matches. RTP is Louis Nelson. And we're GONNA be taking a break for the holidays so we will see you back here on January. Eleven.
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"Before the impeachment. Vote itself self I know you are watching a lot of the speeches. I was watching a lot of the speeches. What did you see in the procession of ninety second? Two minutes statements all throughout the house debate debate. What it what did it make you think what was striking about it? Is that Democrats. Basically all have one thing to say. which is that? Trump abused his power leaning on the Ukrainian government to try to gin up. kind of fake dirt on Joe Biden and Republicans are sort of all over the map and to an extent. That's the privilege of being the defense. Is that you don't need to offer a single unitary theory of the case you can come at it from a million million different directions as long as you sort of all reached the conclusion like this. It's fine But but that to me was the biggest kind of contrast there was this year range range of different takes that Republicans offered. Do you want to just run through. But some of them were. I mean I saw. He didn't do it he did do it but not in a bad way. What he did was fine nine? This isn't about Ukraine. Just hate Donald Trump. The process here is unfair. You just trying to nullify an election. Those are the big ones I saw. I mean the most striking thing to me is that on the one hand you have a group of Republicans who are saying look. There's no there there because the eight eventually eventually went through and then the other hand you have a group of Republican saying no no no it was completely correct to hold up the to try to get this Brisbane investigation and like directly contradictory theories of what happened and how we should understand this situation that to me was the most striking thing. Then you also had the like. We haven't heard witnesses but also they don't want to put the witnesses forward but I mean just like fundamentally from Donald Trump himself and from his republican allies. There's no sort of coherent understanding of what was it. Good to hold this aid up or was it in fact a mistake but it's okay because because now the apron through so vote that happens Donald Trump is now impeached. He's impeached on both articles but you had an overwhelmingly party line. Vote other Republicans among among somewhat more democratic defections Republican defections. How did you read the actual vote breakdown? Everybody knows there's a lot of polarization America today. You know what's amazing is How heavily loaded this particular vote? was that both Justin Marsh and up. Jeff van drew are actually leaving their respective political political parties over this. And that's kind of amazing to me. I mean it's not unusual to have party line votes these days and it's also not shocking to have the occasional member dissent from something or other but the idea that supporting Donald Trump is so foundational to what it means to be a Republican. That if you're not not for impeaching as a Democrat than regardless of what how you stood on minimum wage or abortion or anything else you're going to become a Republican now and that Ammash is going to be thrown out of the Party over this. That's like a new development. So what happens now. There's a fight over whether or not or a dispute of whether or not Nancy Pelosi is going going to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate which just strikes me as a very strange. I can understand having done slower impeachment. So you don't give it to Mitch McConnell so quickly and I can understand giving it to Mitch McConnell quickly so you just get impeachment done but this is a little bit of a weird equilibrium potentially fall into. Yeah I mean I think it sort of doesn't a matter it's going to be the holidays sense not actually going to be in session Some people came up with this galaxy. Brain idea that if Pelosi doesn't send the articles over we. We can have more of a debate about the process because McConnell it seems like wants to just sort of tank this and the Senate Democrats would like to make some political hay out of that fact There's a thought that this will help them make some hey. I'm a little skeptical. That really will on the other hand. I assume her thinking is like well. Why not give it a shot? It's it's not like the trial would start on Monday anyway So you know she can. She can try this if some people in our caucus think. It's a good idea and if it's not achieving anything by January fourth she can just change your mind so the concern here to just be very clear about it is. There's a proposal from a minority leader. Schumer that there'd be witnesses called it'd be more of a trial trial something that has Structure to it. That does more. fact-finding McConnell has gone on Fox News. He said that he is going to do this in direct consultation. Tation with the president's lawyers that there's GonNa be no daylight between him and the White House. He said that the House is trying to get him to do the fact finding they didn't do which they did not do more because Donald trump withheld withheld that. And that's the second article of impeachment. So there's a fear here that what's going to happen is this goes to the Senate and McConnell just like basic calls a vote and the vote right says Donald Trump is acquitted. Yeah that you know that there's no there's no more to this and of course there's always the risk of impeachment right. Is that even during the Clinton impeachment when Republicans didn't have the votes Republicans did control the Senate so they control the process and they could at least hold out the hope nope they were going to structure a trial that was going to win the public over or accomplish something for them at. That didn't work and it was a little bit goofy but it made sense at least on the logical level whereas here that's not the case right up. Republicans control the Senate and obviously Republicans. Don't want to organize the trial in a way that makes them look bad and it's entirely up to them what they do so to the extent that Democrats are hoping to reap some kind of gains from the impeachment process. Their chance really really was those hearings in the intelligence committee and once they decided to sort of move forward they were out of time And you know I I I think the caucus has been very divided on impeachment for months now going back to even before these Ukraine revelations. And you know there's just a difference of opinion as to whether it is good to keep talking about this for a long time or whether Democrats want to get it over with and Pelosi's right now trapped a little bit between in those instincts and is doing a little bit of a delay but I think ultimately she has to get to the Senate and then McConnell you know shut it down if that's what he wants to do. I watched the house and I found it depressing. A little scary in a way that it wasn't something I didn't know what about politics and obviously wasn't something. I haven't been covering like every week on this podcast that you haven't covered you know every day on the site but to actually watch Republican after Republican after Republican come up and in a lot of cases just talk nonsense but to also recognize him over focus group. That people can hear after this where you can hear like this actually happened happened in real time but to just recognize how impenetrable that debate would be. If you're just tuning into it if you like had not read the call record if you had not like watched the hearings and the below fact-finding the intelligence committee and so on and then to see your public stand up and compare it. You know say even punches pilot gave Jesus Christ the opportunity to face his accusers users. There was something about it when you really saw it laid bare. Just how impenetrable the divide in our politics is and I don't mean that in both sides are equally I mean it in a both sides are not equal way that I certainly walked away from that. And it's a little bit compounded by knowing what's going to happen in the Senate whenever again whenever they get the articles where you just a little bit like. What's the point? Guess I mean I think there is a good question as to what the point is you know I I I think. Democrats for better or worse decided that they did not want to continue pressing forward with quest for additional facts. Swipe they decided that they had to their own satisfaction demonstrated that trump had abused his his powers. I I think that is true that that that happened but then they moved out of the sort of phase of the process where you could imagine things making an impression on the public. I mean I thought those was hearings You know they had their tedious moments that they're impenetrable moments but they were fundamentally very powerful. You know you had people sitting there under council asking in questions. You had dramatic moments. You had bits of people. You know contradicting each other. There was there was real. You know political theater in the best possible sentence you you go to a house debate and it's just people standing up for two minutes and they can say you know any kind of nonsense they want to. It's not edifying at all and anyone who's ever seen in Congress quote unquote debate. Anything would have predicted that. And you know. I think it's just become clear that the public. I don't want to say that the public doesn't care hair about these charges but it's the public doesn't care about them in an incremental right there wasn't a group of people who were enthusiastic about Donald Trump back in May but who are now suddenly incredibly troubled by the prospect that he did something shady with the government of Ukraine. And that's Democrats fundamental problem here. The the the grooves in politics are just very deep and again. I want to be clear that there wasn't anything we saw there. That was not everything you would have predicted from the beginning. Ride like the just the grooves of polarization position very deep. But every week I sit down to do this podcast and try to figure out how is something to say here. That is bigger and in different than this doesn't work if you don't have and I mean here this by this political system accountability the whole thing like it doesn't work if you don't have to parties willing to to make it work if you don't have parties that are willing to operate not just as coalition strategic power but as like actors institutional actors in a game that is meant to go long beyond them and that has like sort of some level of rules and and and and boundaries to it and I think that if you watched watched that day like what you saw was even in a pretty extreme case with a president who has acted the way Donald Trump has acted. Who's done the things he has done? Who It's as clear that he was part of something that was an abuse of power as it is here where we just like literally? He's admitted and Redid it on television when he asked on television Ukraine and and China to investigate Joe Biden that it just doesn't like the Republican Party is happy to say that's fine like those totally finding to do. We're just GONNA move. We're going to move on here and you know I keep thinking about well. What if you get like not? A lazy disinterested crude demagoguery would be strongman but somebody who actually knows what the hell they're doing wing and does it with some minimum level strategy that there is no immune system there is no defense system in our political system in the way that you were saying earlier of Andrew switched parties to vote against impeachment Ammash leftist party to vote for it. The reason Nixon was forced out of office was that it Republicans are willing to go at him. And say you gotTA leave I think today Nixon cruelly just survive he does like runs right through that. And that's pretty. Scary factor reveal L.. About this system. 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