35 Burst results for "Bernstein"
Lord Conrad Black Claims in New Article No Evidence Nixon Committed Crime
"Talk about the incident in history that made called bernstein undeservedly famous Your latest piece with a wonderful title from the editors at american greatness is fifty years of deep state propaganda. And it has to do with the the nixon debacle and the watergate scandal. You met president nixon after he left office. You've got to know him. You wrote a superlative work on the man. Can we start with the basics. How how is it that he has gone down in conventional wisdom as the crook. Tricky dicky win as you have pointed out in your book in latest article and i just summarize it and tell me if i i'm i'm passing you ineffectively. There is no evidence that he actually committed a crime with those payments. You know there never has been and Ever tried because he wasn't well enough to face trial but Or or do you know to go and give evidence at trial. He got a pardon so he wasn't then be tried and sell that The fact is that there isn't it. I haven't the inconvenient fact about this whole Watergate business that Ah it. There is no evidence. Nixon committed a crime. Some people in his entourage that there's no better but they did not allege that mr nixon told them not to basically perjury charges in getting and obstruction of justice but none of them alleged that the nixon told them to do and And and so. The whole thing rests on did his approval of payments to watergate thin than some some of the which did that constitute obstruction of justice and all the closest we have is powered hunt as whereas it just tragically died in a plane crash near the number of young children and nixon said we'll give him give him the money he wants but he didn't say fung as he he's quieter wise under oath or anything like that. He never said anything like that. There's never been one shred of evidence that that's what nixon authorized payments for and he always alleged and there's some of the tapes that the that he specifically said they've got to be able to pay their lawyers and feed their families and so we'll we'll give the money for that. There's something wrong with
Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis
"My first time at circus. April thirtieth nineteen eighty three madison square garden. I'm twenty four years old. And i am not a date berry is not my date yet. We haven't fallen in love yet. But we are at the circus together. We're the very first big aids fundraiser. In new york a few early supporters of the gay men's health crisis got together and bought out a performance of the barnum and bailey circus. The greatest show on earth wasn't prepared to officially host an event for his cause. But gmc got around that by reselling the seventeen thousand six hundred seats to raise money and tackle the growing crisis ernest. See of gay men when the ringmaster introduces broadway star patti. Lupone lose it. After meeting speech from patty leonard bernstein walks across the floor of the arena to conduct the orchestra of the star spangled banner mezzo-soprano shirley varez voice feels. The garden joined by thousands of voices in the audience. Patriotism clowns and aids seems improbable now but felt so right in the moment.
Facebook Groups Marketing, Content That Make Sales With Christina Jandali
"Now kennedy august christina. Today i've got three statements about one of them's a truth. The other two are just iran lies. I'm going to try and guess which of these things is true christina. Give anything away here. So did she fly to england to buy a dog. Oh she could have done did she. Go the caribbean for a week's holiday and stay for a month old. She learned to ice skate by teaching. Someone else oh it's good. It's good do. I think christina flew to england a by a dog. I don't know if i can imagine a like in a dog. But i don't think she flew to the caribbean for weeks old and stay for a month. Maybe i think she probably. I can imagine her liking this idea of living and working wherever she quite fancies and sticking. That sounds good ice skate. My teacher somebody else. I think rob you made that up christina. Did you end up. Staying in the caribbean for a month i did i flew to england to buy god was it it was not it was a cavalier king charles spaniel i used to show dogs and i was sick of losing so i decided i was going to get the best dog to bring. That's amazing that's commitment. I love it. Oh my goodness that's great. Wow beautiful so your known for many many things but one of the things that you've really being been helping people do is work with facebook groups now. Facebook groups a lot of them around all they. I mean they're still pretty hot though right hundred with anything it goes through stages and with facebook groups are they dead or are they still around. What are they using. And i think when you take a look at anyone that is launching their programs. And you look at like tony robbins. As an example in their launches guess what they're using now maybe teaching something else that they're using a facebook group to launch their program. You're looking at gabby bernstein. The running and doing her book launches using face liquor so hundred percent. Facebook groups are the place to help the part with increasing those conversions with your lunches and turning more leads into buying.
Former Deputy Assistant Sebastian Gorka Explains How the NSA Monitors Email Traffic of Americans
"Another solid guy. Here's Gorka talking about how the N s A doesn't how they managed to monitor the email traffic of some of these people, and he says a reporter who I know who it is. I'll get to that afternoon because very it's a very credible person. Is about to break this story. Check this out. The methods they used are absolutely unconstitutional. There's a a dodge. They worked out called traffic shaping where they whereby they know that they're not allowed to spy on US persons in the United States. But they know that Internet communications are absolutely global, so the NSA uses its capacity to shape Internet traffic. To move the nodes of connection. So instead of my email going from Washington, D C to New York they routed through Malaysia and they say, Look, that's a foreign communication. Therefore we can intercept it. So with traffic shaping, they break the constitutional restrictions on the say, and they spy on people for political purposes as to proof, very, very highly respected journalist. Has has the evidence and she promised me that she will publicly disclose her sources. So when she does, that will have something to refer to Hello, media. Anyone in the media listening, You know, I get it. I know you left this media hacks. Focus group tested zeros. I know you have zero interest in getting to the bottom of any potential government corruption whatsoever. As long as there's a Democrat in charge. I get all that. You would think there would be at least one Woodward Bernstein type left out there right would say, Gosh, that sounds like a
Melissa Bernstein: Melissa and Doug Co-Founder
"Bernstein good morning. Hello added jennifer. Thank you for those kind kind words about our company. We appreciate your support. Oh my god i. How many sticker books did i go through. How many sticker. Pats ten thousand sticker pads. I just kept getting them for you. It's okay for me the the ripping off of a sticker. Those those pads saved my life. And i want to. I want him have those pads for for adults. That's what i want. I want the emotion. I wanna do the stuff that your your book. You wrote this incredible book. Lifeline will talk about but i wanna see a lifelines Toy a line do not fear. Yeah i thought that might becoming tell me about how a kid you growing up as a kid. You're five years old and you're having these thoughts. What what are you thinking in your head. And what's going on in your family yeah. Unfortunately i'm thinking in my head. I cannot show this to anyone and must do whatever i can to hide it from the world so i basically took two paths. I'd say the first was to deny disassociate in repress every single thing i was feeling and put on a facade of perfection and validation through achieving perfection and then the second was to retreat into my imagination when ever i could create a fictitious world with imaginary friends and like this beautiful blissful place where anything was possible in the boundless expanse of imagination. You actually wrote as a little kid. You wrote what you call verses which has found its way into your book lifeline so that that force that that life force that was in you and in your imagination you were using it at a very young
Life Is Not a Game: The Story of Ossip Bernstein
"Life is not a game sure there are winners and losers but the stakes are far higher than we might realize. Just ask us at bernstein. Bernstein was born in the ukraine in eighteen. Eighty two back when his hometown was part of the russian empire in nineteen o six. He received his doctorate in law from heidelberg university and became a practicing financial lawyer shortly after that bernstein saw great success in his legal career. Earning a comfortable living for himself and his family unfortunately as he would come to learn several times in his life considerable gains were often followed by immense losses. But it wasn't his fault. He wasn't the gambler and he didn't play the stock market. Although he did enjoy the final game chess to be specific he picked it up in law school and found that he had a talent for it one year after he started playing. He was entering competitions all over europe june of nineteen ninety-two his win at the general chess federation of berlin earned him a master title kicking off a spree of tournaments with varying results. Sometimes he placed first or second other times he tied for third or fourth yet. The more he played the more of a reputation he built for himself and he was also outspoken against certain players. Such as jose coppa blanca. Who beat him several times over the years but there was something fascinating about this up and coming wonderkid chess champions and enthusiasts alike spoke highly of him and his name appeared on high profile lists although not always in a good way the bolshevik revolution of nineteen seventeen brought a lot of turmoil to russia with lenin's red army overthrowing the government and setting up its own capitalists and their enablers were rounded up for contributing to the plight of the workers and among them was awesome bernstein. Us wasn't a banker but as a financial lawyer certainly helped them get richer oftentimes on the backs of the most vulnerable. He was practicing in odessa ukraine when he was arrested by the bolshevik secret police in nineteen eighteen.
Andrew D. Bernstein: Shooting hoops, a life with legends
"D bernstein mentioned in american spoiled photography and man enthralled by making pictures. I don't remember my children being born. But i remember my first print be involved in that eight to say that and i hope i kids. Don't hear those we talk about. The emotional states of being a photographer must be painters. Feel or anybody who works with marble united. You read about michelangelo you know. He always talked about that. He always knew when he saw block of marble that there was something incredible inside of it just had to come through him. We learn about what's drew him to one spot in particular. I guess basketball found me rather than i found basketball. Really we talk about the skills required for making pictures of spoilt that keeps you on the edge of your seat. It's a fast moving game. But i gotta tell you. It's not as fast as ice hockey. And and i. I sort of honed. My skills shooting action shooting a lot of ice hockey shots about how to get the perfect slam. Dunk shows the big picture. Everybody wants what these guys can do when they're flying towards the rim almost defying gravity. Quite frankly and keep in mind again. That i get one shot at learn about andrew's during professional and personal relationship with the late great. Kobe bryant this kid was was something else. I mean i met him on media day. Nineteen ninety-six comes on my set. Eighteen years old. I never met him. I heard a lot of hype about him. Didn't spot by the black mambas. Kobe was famously. Known hundred talks about the highs and lows of making sport pitches and like kobe's i can't dwell in the shots that i didn't make you know because there's always going to be the next one about breaking into the world of sports shooting with the advent of social media all the websites that are out there all the fan sites. There's more opportunity. I think now if the talent is there if the drivers their stories of life told by photographers and today that photographer is andrew deepens. If you love a sport just don't stop shooting it. Don't stop
"bernstein" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast
"And <Silence> i'll tell you the reason <Speech_Male> why <Speech_Male> the reason is is <Speech_Male> because what the left <Speech_Male> did <Speech_Male> was not just <Speech_Male> steal the election <Speech_Male> but <Speech_Male> it was to steal <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> morale <Speech_Male> and the <Speech_Male> will <Speech_Male> and the fight <Speech_Male> i believe in <Speech_Male> millions of americans <Speech_Male> and it's a psychological <Silence> <Speech_Male> stolen <Speech_Male> valor <Speech_Male> will <Speech_Male> because what they <Speech_Male> did is they said. Well not <Speech_Male> only. We're going to steal the election. <Speech_Male> But <Speech_Male> then we're going to implement <Speech_Male> all these things against <Speech_Male> you <Speech_Male> and then we're going <Speech_Male> to try to do it again <Speech_Male> so then there's going <Speech_Male> to be many people out <Speech_Male> there that are going <Speech_Male> to say. I don't want to vote <Speech_Male> anymore because <Speech_Male> my vote didn't town. <Speech_Male> They stole <Speech_Male> the election. So <Speech_Male> what does it matter. <Speech_Male> And i and i'm <Speech_Male> very very worried <Speech_Male> that there's gonna be <Speech_Male> a lot of <Speech_Male> people that have that <Speech_Male> sentiment. We <Speech_Male> cannot allow <Speech_Male> that sentiment to continue. <Speech_Male> So i will be fighting <Speech_Male> against that sentiment <Speech_Male> certainly <Speech_Male> on my show <Speech_Male> in the coming <Speech_Male> months you know ahead <Speech_Male> but i <Speech_Male> do worry about that. Because <Speech_Male> the left are very <Speech_Male> good <Speech_Male> using psychological <Speech_Male> warfare <Speech_Male> against <Speech_Male> their opponents <Speech_Male> in one way they <Speech_Male> can do that is <Speech_Male> again by being <Speech_Male> this brazen <SpeakerChange> and <Speech_Male> stealing the election. <Speech_Male> Yeah plus <Speech_Male> that combined with <Speech_Male> the censorship <Speech_Male> even against <Speech_Male> president trump i <Speech_Male> mean. Can you imagine <Speech_Male> his daughter-in-law <Speech_Male> interviews have <Speech_Male> lower trump <Speech_Male> and facebook <Speech_Male> would not allow that <Speech_Male> to go on because <Speech_Male> trump appeared in it. <Speech_Male> I mean sick <Speech_Male> this young <Speech_Male> and it is it <Speech_Male> is demoralizing <Speech_Male> sometimes <Speech_Male> demoralized. And i'm <Speech_Male> out there fighting. I'm probably <Speech_Male> you do to. It's <Speech_Male> very very difficult <Speech_Male> time. <Speech_Male> You know to to champion <Speech_Male> freedom missions <Speech_Male> and you feel <Silence> very isolated. <Speech_Male> But <Speech_Male> you're not <SpeakerChange> isolated. <Speech_Male> Don't forget his no. <Speech_Male> We are the majority <Speech_Male> or the minority <Speech_Male> in any to <Speech_Male> understand that <Speech_Male> the majority of people <Speech_Male> in america support <Speech_Male> the president <Speech_Male> his america <Speech_Male> first policies. Not <Speech_Male> this communist <Speech_Male> manifesto <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> They're trying to do this. <Speech_Male> Cloud in piven. <Speech_Male> Let's <Speech_Male> hit him with everything <Speech_Male> all at once. So <Speech_Male> that we can get one or <Speech_Male> two things to pass <Speech_Male> and we can overcome <Speech_Male> the system <Speech_Male> and bringing <Speech_Male> not going to happen <Speech_Male> on my watch. <SpeakerChange> That's <Speech_Male> our so <Speech_Male> Josh let <Speech_Male> by listeners <Speech_Male> of us know where <Speech_Male> they can watch <Speech_Male> program <SpeakerChange> and do <Silence> articles and whatnot <Speech_Male> shirt. <Speech_Male> Well articles. <Speech_Male> who knows. <Speech_Male> Maybe maybe newsweek <Speech_Male> We'll do <Speech_Male> you saw me. <Speech_Male> I don't know we'll see what <Speech_Male> happens. <hes> <Speech_Male> looked on the website <Speech_Male> is <Speech_Male> by <SpeakerChange> bernstein <Speech_Male> uncensored dot com. <Speech_Male> Thank you josh. <Speech_Male> Birds <Speech_Male> dot com. Josh we should <Speech_Male> view the author <Speech_Male> of that <SpeakerChange> article <Speech_Male> on newsweek. Maybe <Speech_Male> bring him. I would <Speech_Male> love to look. I'm <Speech_Male> one of those people that <Speech_Male> will interview and talk <Speech_Male> to anyone. <Speech_Male> And i will <Speech_Male> put my ideas <Speech_Male> up against <Speech_Male> anyone. I will <Speech_Male> have a conversation <Speech_Male> with anyone. <Speech_Male> I have no problem <Speech_Male> with it. I'll treat <Speech_Male> you professionally. <Speech_Male> I'll treat you <Speech_Male> with dignity and respect <Speech_Male> but understand <Speech_Male> if you get <Speech_Male> into my cage <Speech_Male> and you're wrong <Silence> you're going to be <Speech_Male> intellectually <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> eviscerated. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Okay <Speech_Male> by me. <Speech_Male> And i'll do it in a very <Speech_Male> nice way with a smile <Speech_Male> on my face <Speech_Male> and that video will <Speech_Male> go viral so <Speech_Male> that everybody sees <Speech_Male> exactly what happened <Speech_Male> and i will absolutely <Speech_Male> destroy <Speech_Male> anything that comes <Speech_Male> in front of me. <Speech_Male> But i'll do it nicely. <Speech_Male> I'll do <Speech_Male> it professionally. And <Speech_Male> i'll do it politely. <Speech_Male> So <Speech_Male> that's an open invitation <Speech_Male> to the folks at <Speech_Male> newsweek <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> or anyone else <Speech_Male> go <Speech_Male> all right. Josh bernstein <Speech_Male> listen. Begged <Speech_Male> so much leisure against him. You got it.
"bernstein" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast
"The the sound Worked out this time Yes it seems like everything is happening. Nellie so far. I hope they don't crash or images. See we've got love on youtube. Yep can you see the josh bernstein. Uncensored dot com clearly. Yes nothing's cut off on it. Let me just check again Young yet looks good. I see both the u. Logo and your background and i. I put it up also and i'll put it up on the on the youtube video so so here we are. Josh bernstein is with us. Josh bernstein uncensored and josh There's been a little as well. There's there's been quite an article in newsweek Mentioning my show. Far right. activists says biden can still be removed from office in constitutional crisis. I don't have any problem with them. Referring to either you or i as far right-wing i mean that's fine right. I mean if we were left with they say far left wing. I dunno right exactly. Well look you know. They like to call me an extremist. And all that but obviously. I'm not an extremist. I mean i guess. If you wanna say do i care about liberty and freedom and prosperity and willing to do whatever i can to preserve it and that makes me an extremist okay. Fine guilty as charged. No problem but look newsweek. And i spelled that w. e. aka not w. e. e. k. Is left-wing trash. I mean let's face it you know they have the reputation of something that you would use the line a birdcage with and i hope they get a chance to hear this to be quite honest but Look hey anytime you know. They attack me. It's because i'm over the target. They know that they know what we are doing in arizona. They know that we're not gonna take no for an answer They know that they're not in their their right. Legal frameworks to even be able to contest the Forensic as they. Are you know going forward. So matter of fact we got the letter from perkins coup. You know the law firm protected..
Weekly Market Recap
"What moved markets this week the week ending friday march nineteenth twenty twenty one a week that was anchored by the fed interest rate decision and policy statement and ensuing press conference by chairman. Jerome powell the markets did not do very much earlier in the week in anticipation of this and originally greeted powell's statement loose monetary statements. I should say with bullishness with some buying occurring. After the fed meeting on wednesday afternoon that reversed on thursday as yields shot up and stock markets were sold off pretty dramatically in some instances. The nasdaq fell three percent on thursday. And today friday things are kind of shifting around a little bit. We had some selling earlier and they have since come in. Nasdaq is now up for the day. And we're looking at losses but not very big losses for the major indexes for this week so a big week especially when it comes to fed policy. Lot of commentary around that. And i'm looking forward to what my colleagues have to say about it. I will introduce them now. I am joined by sticking alpha editors brad olsen. Vp of news. Kim khanh senior news editor. Stephen alpher managing editor of breaking news. And i'm your host and moderator nathaniel e baker senior editor of strategic contributors kim. Let's start with you. What was your take on. The events of the week ultimate another volatile week and we've had to deal with You know stocks kind of being dragged around by yields again. But i think it's also maybe seemed worse than it was because of thursday's sharp selloff. But now we've got nasdaq. Maybe looking at if it goes down for the week before out of last five that it's been lower but it's got it's started to gain some traction today as we were talking. Could actually you know. Maybe we gained more traction pull out a win just barely for the week. I think inflation has been on. Everyone's mind and not whether or not there is inflation. Think pretty much people are green. But there is if you looked at The philly fed that was out this week The prices paid index jumped to the highest level. It's ever been it's been since march one thousand nine hundred eighty though. There's definitely i mean. The prices received also spike sharply. So there's definitely inflation being seen this inflation in the pipeline data on now. The question is whether it's good or bad inflation and a lot of times you know. Everyone's like okay rates are out in. The market's gonna sell off but you've had good years where rates have been going going up a bit because of growth in. The market's gone along with it so there's been a i think a lot of debate about that and also we're kind of seeing maybe some more evidence of rotation which is not necessarily rate striven just people just still taking are looking at growth and looking for these reopening stocks cyclical stocks and Selling some of the bigger tech names to buy those stocks. And that's going to have an outsized impact on the indexes. Yeah and i guess. The question is also whether the inflation that we're seeing is transitory to bar the feds term which basically apparently means they can just ignore it. Or if it's something a little bit more permanent which might get them to start tapering brad. What's your take. Who are the winners and losers. Definitely this week was a cyclical rally. You saw airlines takeoff literally Partially on the tsa data that we saw travelers start to move around the country. A little bit more aggressively young american airlines alaska air united airlines all up about double digits. Interestingly enough the thing. Sanford bernstein even called out some of the value names or more traditionally cyclical names as screening or momentum. So that's one of the first time i've ever happened or as happens in two thousand sixteen where the value names are now technically momentum names of this upswell of of equity interests that we've seen over the past couple weeks really pick up steam and so that that that involves autos materials energy etc over the past few weeks. Although this week energy was clearly a loser on that steep drop off that we saw an oil the admit marathon oil achy. Wheelock smell the trillium. They took it on the chin Crude i think it had its worst day since september Earlier this week so outside of the energy names. They're the sickles. Were still a big winner. Obviously i think you've powell tried to assuage your concerns about how aggressive the fed was going to be I think just he just issued another editorial earlier today discussing you know trying to reassure the markets. Hey the dove even though quite a few of the members did express an interest in in raising rates before twenty twenty three a still a minority of them obviously
Fanne Foxe, ‘Argentine Firecracker’ at center of Washington, D.C. sex scandal, dies at 84
"Age, the name Fanny Fox means something. The one time stripper gained insane notoriety after she jumped into the tidal basin on an October night in 1974. She was in a gown the car she'd been in Had been pulled over by police and the man she was with made the story even bigger. He was Congressman Wilbur Mills, a Bible Belt politician who also led the powerful House Ways and Means Committee. That night, assured Fanny Fox his place in the annals of political scandals. And we've just learned today that Fox died recently at the age of 84. Let's learn more about her role in D. C History with Washington Post obituary editor Adam Bernstein. Hey, Adam, Thanks so much for being with us. And at this point, most people in Washington probably don't know anything about Fanny Fox, who was she It's a good question. Thank you so much for having me on well. The reason she was such a big name here is because of her involvement. As you said with Wilber Mills. He was the some have said the second most powerful man in Washington on Lee. We superseded by the president sort of it in the early 19 seventies, Wilbur Mills was chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, which controls a lot of money, and he had been in Congress for many decades. By that point, so he had this reputation of Um, accumulated reputation for food for power. And he also was from Arkansas, the Bible belt, and he had also cultivated this reputation as a as a workaholic. A grind. Um, a man of utter rectitude. And so what happened was, uh, you know, nothing would have been revealed of this affair, at least publicly. Except for this bizarre episode is you mentioned at the Washington the title based Mackenzie's senior The Jefferson Memorial. And on October 7 1950 74 He who? Wilbur Mills, who had been seeing Fanny Fox at her burlesque, Cole, You're in D. C. I was with her one night two in the morning and they get into this weird accident near the at the Tidal Basin. Basically, they're in a car without lights on the police. See them, They stopped him. And Fanny Fox. Or, you know, on impulse jumps out of the car and into the title base, And she starts you know, wrestling with the policeman who goes in after her. It's discovered that her face is all batter that Mills who were these Coke bottle glasses, His glasses are smashed. And is reeking of alcohol, and the TV crew happened to be nearby as well. So it's just perfect storm of of of politics and media, and this is right at the time of Watergate as well. So everybody was looking for the next scandal. So what ultimately happened to Wilbur Mills? Then what was the code on Fanny Fox? Good question. So Wilbur Mills survives. Oddly enough, the next election he goes, He goes back to Arkansas and sort of in this folksy manner tries to play it off. You know, his famous quote at the time is One should never drink champagne with a foreigner that that's the lesson he took away from him. And and you know, weirdly enough. He survived with his wife. She seems to back in publicly. But you know, right after winning the election and seemingly surviving by by a thread appears on her, appears with Fanny Fox again on stage in Boston, Fanny Fox and parlayed all the publicity into this lucrative career on the burlesque circuit. And he goes on stage. It's It's just terrible embarrassment captured on TV of all places again, and his career is them finished. He I think he resigns. He spends it goes into recovery. Disgraced from public office, but then spend the rest of his life. He lived a to least another 15 20 years, basically helping other recovering addicts like himself. Fanny Fox have Ah Less of Ah, a much harder time of it. She Prospers for a couple years winds up down in Florida. I couldn't find out that much about the family didn't want to cooperate, but I was able to look up various records. She she got a couple of all things degrees. Including one you know, in marine science of all. Wow. And but I couldn't figure out I couldn't figure out what she did with her time. Her lawyer didn't say your family wouldn't talk. Um I don't know. She had jobs or just How she struggled by and we will just have to live that mystery. Continue, Adam, because our time is up, though, clearly we could talk about this for a very long time. Thanks So much for being with us. Thanks. That's
Lawmakers Debate Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Plan
"The right amount of money to get americans through a few more months of the pandemic president biden is hoping that congress approves covid relief. Now that they're done with impeachment. A lot of the money would finance payments to americans. Fourteen hundred dollars for most people city states and schools would also get some money earlier this month. The white house economic adviser. Jared bernstein said people need it all. We have to hit back hard. We have to hit back strong. If we're going to finally put this dual crisis of the pandemic the economic pain that it is engendered behind us as you may have heard. The administration is asking congress in total for one point nine to really dollars. It politely turned down a call by some republican senators to spend less but economists still have questions about the price tag. So let's talk this through with npr chief. Economics correspondent scott. Horsely morning. good morning steve. Why would there be doubt about one point nine trillion. It is that price tag one of the most prominent critics is larry summers. Who was treasury secretary. In the clinton administration he was also an economic advisor to former president. Obama summers told. Npr's we edition. It is important for the government to go big but maybe he says not this big. If your bathtub isn't fall you turn the faucet on but that doesn't mean you turn it on as hard as you can and as long as you can. The question isn't whether we need bake stimulus. The question is whether we need the biggest stimulus in american history summers whereas spending this much money on short term relief would make it harder for the administration to the kind of long term investments. That it wants to and things like infrastructure. He's also worried that a rescue package. This big could overheat the economy and trigger something. We haven't seen in a long time. Steve inflation well. How worried if it all is the administration about inflation. The administration is a lot more worried about the people who've lost jobs in about the parents who can't work because their kids are in school The latest congressional forecasts predict. It will be twenty twenty four before we get back all the jobs that were lost last year and the administration says that's not good enough treasury secretary. Janet yellen told cnn. She thinks the us could be back full employment next year. If congress passes the president's rescue plan and keep in mind Yellen used to be the chair of the federal reserve where inflation was a big part of her responsibility. I've spent many years studying inflation and worrying about inflation. And i can tell you. We have the tools to deal with that risk if it materializes but we face a huge issue comic challenge here and tremendous suffering in the country. We've got to address that. That's the biggest risk. Let's ask about the reassurance. She offers there when she says we have the tools to deal with the risk of inflation. What she mean traditionally when the economy overheats and that causes a jump in prices. The fed tries to cool things off by raising interest rates and for decades. The fed was really aggressive about that sometimes. Raising rates preemptively. Just in case prices might go up but now the central bank has really changed. Its thinking about that. In recent years we saw unemployment can go a lot lower than many people expect without overheating and triggering inflation and that was really good for a lot of people especially those at the bottom of the income ladder so the current fed chair. Jerome powell says he's just not to worry about inflation even though he says we could see some temporary price hikes later this year if the economy reopened is there's quite a lot of savings on people's balance sheet you can see strong spending growth and there could be some upward pressure on prices. My expectation would be that that that will be neither large nor sustained for a long time. Now inflation has been lower than the federal reserve would like it to be and the central bank says it will only raise interest rates once we get back to full employment and inflation has been running above two percent for a while scott. Thanks for the insights. Really appreciate it. You're very welcome.
Nearly 3 million U.S. women have dropped out of the labor force
"Report signals just how difficult to recovery the pandemic battered economy faces, the Labor Department says. Is 49,000 jobs were created in January, The unemployment rate fell to 6.3%. A lot of people have left the Labor force. Senior White House economic adviser Jared Bernstein says the administration's especially concerned The labor force has retained fewer women. This larger decrease for women is unusual in recessions and likely reflects both the industries that this pandemic has hit tourism services face to face industries, leisure and hospitality restaurants. On increased care responsibilities that have been pulling woman out of the labor force. Abide administration says today's jobs numbers further support the need for a new and big coronavirus relief package that includes extended employment and other protections. On the day the Senate took a
Interview with Phil McAlister
"Hello and welcome to the skeptics guide to the universe. Today is sunday january seventeenth twenty twenty one. And this is your host. Stephen avella joining me this week. Or bob novella. Everybody cara santa maria. Howdy joy novella. Hey guys and evan bernstein skepticism. On a sunday. I love it. This is a rare sunday recording. We're doing this because of the twelve hour show next saturday. The saturday this show comes out. I probably will be posted in this up right before we begin to twelve hours. Show so if. You're listening to this on saturday that it comes out. We're probably in the middle of the twelve hour show. Why aren't you watching that instead. Leaving this to console you on sunday or monday because the twelve hour livestream is over priorities. So we're not keep saying like we're trying to get away from doing the covert thing every week but there's always stuff to talk about that has to recover recovered. Schwab one thing about it. Obviously it's still raging the numbers that getting scary high still is crazy but david kessler which was announced as the covert czar for the incoming biden. Administration you guys remember who he is. Yes cast that. He was in From london movie right cutler no he was a former head of the fda in the ninety s and after his stint in the at the fda in the nineties the president for a while of yale school of medicine. That's how i. I know you have on speedo him personally. But you know the commissioner of food and drugs for h w bush and clinton muslim sounds nonpartisan. I like that a he. He was very much opposed to the shea. Dietary supplement health and education. Act which was a terrible loss stills eternal and he was he was completely right correct in his opposition to it so hopefully because a lot of experience. Hopefully he'll will prove to be the right person for this job. And we're hoping to shift into high gear will along that line steve in three days. Yeah did you hear. That biden is elevating. He's making a cabinet of science. Yes yes scientists. -nology whatever is now going to be cabinet. Level is a cabinet level position for the first ever cap which will not be in the line of succession by the way. It's a cabinet level position. But it's not a cabinet position. I thought he was building a cabinet filled with cool science thing like curio cabinet closet of mystery. I remember that from what is this endless fascination with forbidden closet of mr really cool i mean. It's the first time the president has ever put somebody at that high. A level in science position which conferences shows his commitment to evidence based policy and also francis. Arnold who i'm super excited about you guys remember. She's caltech scientist who recently won a nobel prize. She's going to be within his his group. I'm not really sure how everybody's designated quite yet but within that group of scientists which is very exciting. I think it should be like the bridge of the enterprise. D where you've got the president the vice president and you've got the czar of science right up there with the big boys because that's where belongs in the position that the council the troy was in. That's what i'm saying. Sitting do truth be told captains left. I am kind of glad that it's not a. I shouldn't say this i don't know i don't know if i would want it to be a cabinet position because then because then they enter into the line of succession and i do worry that whoever is appointed could potentially be. Isn't that a worry about every single cabinet level position. Never i mean. Is there a cabinet member. You guys ready to become president on day one. I mean unless you've watched the survivor soul survivor. Some of those people have served in previous administrations have worked in government. It's obviously it's never happened. I it's so unlikely that i don't think someone's going to pick or not pick a cabinet member because they don't think that they're ready to be president. Yeah i mean why. Scientists are science minded person. Good as president. I think that's what we want. They wouldn't necessarily be it would be but they would still need to be somebody who has executive leadership skills all right. Let's get right into some news items. Is it true that astronomers were wrong about the number of galaxies in the universe. a what. Yeah they're often wrong about stuff like that so yeah. The estimated number of galaxies in the universe was recently cut in half. You are correct steve. So how the hell did this happen. And and more importantly what is the worst title for a news item covering this discovery. All all will be revealed So this all started years ago when the hubble space telescope did some deep sky surveys and it came up with the estimate for the number of galaxies which was two trillion lots of galaxies two trillion in the universe. It did this by using by doing deep field observations. These are observations. That take a really long time looking at the same patch of sky. So you're you're building up the photons right you just building up. The photons. seeing what's revealed and that would that reveals after a while that reveals the very very very faint galaxies. And then then it's easy. Yes sir but can we clarify. Are you talking about the observable universe so you just just just a good point to a good time to clarify that. The the observable universe is a subset of the total universe because like because some of the universe has moved beyond the on the einstein limit rights even traveling at the speed of light. The universe is not old enough for light to travel from there to here so we can't see it's outside of our bubble our light bubble right. It's a little complicated. But yeah i think primarily although not necessarily implies that it's it's just it's just observable we'll we'll see maybe we can. Let's revisit at the end okay. So then so then. Once you have this patch of sky that you've looked at for a while Then you and then you then you know how many galaxies right then you just multiply that little patch by how many similar how many patches in the in the sky are there. And that's and that's basically. What hubble did but we knew that. That wasn't quite accurate though that that's because there has to be other galaxies that are out there that are just too faint to be directly detected even with the best deep field observation that the h. The hubble space telescope could muster onto those super faint galaxies though they do create a suffused glow. Just a general glow in the galaxy and now this background glow that i'm talking about is called the cosmic optical background which is a term. I hadn't i hadn't seen before which is fascinating because it reminded me of maybe was well the cosmic microwave background which is the first light of the universe when it became transparent to electro-magnetic radiation the cosmic optical background that was the glow of all the
Get ready for Apple's first $100 billion quarter in history
"Site ran part of a note. From bernstein research analyst tony saginaw gi. Who no surprise is still pretty. Suck unagi kind of crazy. He is actually up to his expectations and a pretty big way. But he can't help the whole e or think pulling parts of his note. We are raising our first-quarter earnings per share estimates to a buck fifty three and fiscal year. Twenty twenty one earnings per share to four dollars and twenty six cents due to higher iphone. Asp's a weaker us dollar and better mac and ipad sales worth noting their earnings per share estimate of a buck fifty three for the december quarter higher than morgan stanley analyst. Katie hubertus estimate of about fifty yet is stoked and he is saginaw. Unagi quoting his again. So what's next on one hand. Our analysis indicates that apple outperforms sixty five percent to eighty percent of the time in the near term when revenue revisions or positive on the other hand opportunities for upward revisions for fiscal year. Two thousand twenty one estimates are likely to be more muted post. This quarter second. Quarter and fourth quarter. Revenues are typically seasonal. Apple will be staring down a very strong ipad and mac comparison in the second half and it's unclear. If next year's iphone cycle will offer compelling new functionality. Second doggy stays neutral on apple with a market perform raiding his price target on the company's shares as one hundred twenty dollars those shares closed thursday at one hundred thirty six dollars and eighty seven sense.
28: JEREMY BAMBER Murdered His OWN FAMILY - burst 2
"Tie like go from a different angle because my area of expertise is forensic psychiatry. Which is the crossover of mental defending offending. So i picked a specific angle related. This this is without question. The most gruesome at cold-blooded bernstein said jeremy bamber third fine members and family called blood. Then try to frame it on his sister who has schizophrenia. I should say has. She's vixen sheets mud at the age of twenty eight and a two twin boys secure. So this will happen in essex the uk so foreign friends essex as a county northeast of loaded when women have a reputation of being very friendly. So i'm going to answer questions in these episodes including how realistic was it for jeremy. Bamba try to frame his sister and what john
"bernstein" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast
"I'm bob schieffer. And i'm andrew schwartz of the center for strategic and international studies. And this is the truth of the matter. This is the podcast where we break down the policy issues the days since the politicians are having their say we will excuse them with respect and bring in the experts many of them from csis people who have been working these issues for years no spin no bombast. No finger-pointing just informed discussion. Today's episode of the truth of the matter. I'm flying solo as bob. Shieffer is a town to get to the truth of the matter about headcount a nonpartisan organization that the power of music to register voters and promote participation in democracy today. We're speaking to andy bernstein. The executive director of headcount andy. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you. I appreciate it. It's great to be here. So tell us what is head count. And what is its mission is a nonpartisan organization is mission is to promote civic participation through voter registration and just general participation and democracy and we do it largely through music and culture. So what we're best known for his registered voters concerts. we've registered over a million voters in our history at thousands and thousands of concerts and in a normal year. You'll see our volunteers if you see la music regularly you're going to see headcount whether it sounded a bit like allow loser or bonnaroo or on tour with ariana grande deadandcompany. Were all over the place this year. Of course That'll came to a screeching halt and we still had our best year. Ever through digital initiatives working with a lot of those same artists and partners as well as spotify an american eagle outfitters and global citizen is a big partner ours so we kind of took a very very fast pivot but of course young people live in a digital world with good digital tactics. You're going to reach young people and and we did it in our highest numbers ever so. This election obviously was one most important elections in american history. What did you guys do in the lead up to this election. And what were the results of what you were able to accomplish there. Few areas we focused on one was obviously voter. Registration and another was getting people. Information on male and early voting was a lot of education that needed to be done so on the voter registration front. We registered over four hundred thousand. That's amazing yeah it starts to feel like a really meaningful number and we did it. Through variety of things are number one. Most successful thing we did was work with a youtube concentrator. Need david dobric. Who if you're over the age of twenty two. you may never heard of they. Don't if or tina twenty two you be like of course. The data dobra has a really really following on youtube instagram tiktok. And what a his stick so to speak is to give things away so we work with the yogurt to give away five tesla's and the way to win the tesla's was to check your voter registration status and we had about half a million people do it of whom around one hundred and thirty thousand found. They weren't registered and that went on to register online. Wow and so. That was our number one contributor man. We did similar contests with a lot of different camilla. Tobago i every monster zoom call with a fan who won by checking her registration status. We did want with fish called. Check my status and if your fish fan you know that's official eric and we had about two thousand fans register. Nearly thirty thousand fans check their status to win a year supply of ben and jerry's ice cream and assigned fishcoaster. We just did a lot of different things online to drive people registering people checking their status and through that people were signing up for absentee ballots. They were checking their polling place. They were seeing. What's on their ballot. What's we kind of got them into the digital infrastructure. We drove about three million other actions other than registering to vote. And much of that as i said was centered around education about voting by mail and voting early. We created a page on our site. Cut make your vote count. We had over half a million visits to it and it was basically the core information. And what i think america learn together is. There's a lot of nets to mail in voting. The ballot secure period drop-off boxes things that were not part of the lexicon going into twenty twenty were a critical critical component of this election so there was a massive public education process that was needed on kadewe really safely vote and make sure your vote counted and you know there was a lot of concerns going into the election about the typical two and a half percent rejection rate. A mail ballots and know we had a believer with sixty five million. Americans voted by mail this year. So two and a half percent over two million votes. Roughly very significant in a close election very significant. And what we found. It's time around. Nobody's really written or told. This story is the rejection rates. Were much lower now if you ask some republicans it say well. That's the scandal. Like why are all these votes going through. That didn't go through the past and clearly georgia. That has some attention if you ask folks at the voter protection space. They'd said well. The scandal was how many votes were getting rejected. Because these boats weren't getting rejected because of fraud or because of malfeasance. They were getting rejected on technical errors. They were getting rejected on signature. Mismatch where there was no accusation that it was fraudulent. It's just people sign their names differently. Things like that. And i think it would really benefit society as a whole we kinda really got to the bottom of what happened and why the rejection rates were sober. Lower was because a better policy was fair policy or was it because things has got a lot laxer and if they did get laxer. Is there a way to ensure election integrity and security without throwing out you know. Millions of legally cast ballots. And my hope just to go there for a second is that we can come together as a country. Ha ha it really gets to the bottom of these things. Because we want people to believe in elections and their security and integrity and nobody wins when people believe in it and we shouldn't how wild swings in ballot rejection rates. There should be consistent standards things that a really across the country not just stay level. I mean the american elections. Don't work that way. But things like balladur's drop-off boxes. These are the things that helped yet that rejection rate number lower. One of the main reasons abouts rejected as they arrive late. And this happened all over the place in the primaries your city a quarter of ballots were rejected for the your primary. This was the carolyn maloney election. Yeah they mostly arrived in voters handley and then arrived at the Registrars -ly so there was a lot of work that got corrected on the fly. This year's huge credit to all of the people who work to make the voting by mail and early voting systems. Work the voter home institute. I think there's a lot of credit as do election workers but we still as a country really need to get to the bottom of what happened in this election. Good bat and there's obviously a lot of politics around it in politics gets in the way of truth usually and what i look at it. Somebody works in the election spaces. What were the dynamics. What were the policies that made two and a half percent go to half percent in georgia. Much others is exactly right. But that's sort of what the press reports said and for us it headcount. That's a real victory because we don't want people's doubts rejected. We want people's votes to count and that as much as voter. Registration was.
New York Residents Reflect On Deadly Jersey City Shooting 1 Year Later
"Jersey city is marking the one year anniversary of a deadly anti Semitic attack perpetrated by two shooters who killed the Jersey City Police officer then stormed a kosher market and murdered three people inside. W. Marcie's Matt Katz reports. New Jersey Attorney General Gerbier Gray wall was on his way to Jersey City. On the afternoon of December. 10th 2019 City Detective Joseph Seals had been found executed in a cemetery and there was now a gunfight at a kosher grocery store nearby. List. Miguel Rodriguez and immigrant from Ecuador who worked at the market was dead. And soon his widow was asking great wall. Somebody hate the Jewish people. The Jewish people gave my husband a job. How could they do this? Since the shooting Gray Walls office launched an online portal where people can report discrimination and a state task force released guidelines and how to provide students with anti bias education. Haven't Bernstein, Jewish leader who now runs Community Security Service, which helps protect synagogues was also on the scene in Jersey City. That day. We said Mourners cottage for the victims and stood in the synagogue that was shared the wall of the kosher market. And as a nominee, and I've seen bullet holes on shell casings and things I just never imagined seeing in a synagogue in my lifetime, Bernstein recalls a dark December last year, there were regular attacks, an Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn and a fatal machete attack and a Hanukkah celebration in months in New York. Officials say it's talents in both the Muncie and Jersey City incidents appear to be followers of the anti Semitic black Hebrew is relate movement. Pamela Johnson, a Black Jersey city resident who runs the Jersey City Anti violence coalition, said in the aftermath, Jewish and black leaders held a joint food and toy giveaway and hosted a Hanukkah Kwanza dinner because we have to live. Amongst each other, and we do want to have a relationship, and we want to be able to make sure that we called you in respect to one another right. But for Johnson, the high profile nature of the incident obscures the anonymous gun violence that often occurs in Jersey City. Just last week, a mother of four was shot and killed on the sidewalk, two doors down from the kosher market. Didn't hear about it. Did you? Are you sure? McFadden, a cafeteria worker and a high school and a mother of four, was shot dead in front of her kids last Friday.
A Career in Pro Sports Photography
"Hateful talking back to another episode of this week in photo. I'm your host frederik. Van johnson today. A return to show andrew bernstein. If you recall several months ago did an interview with andrew about his co authoring of a book called the mamba mentality. how. I play a book. He authored with kobe bryant. So we're not talking about that if you want to check out that interview that is the will link to it in the show notes and the description for this episode but instead we're we're looking forward and we're talking about some other projects that andrews working on in some interesting newsy has with regard to his podcast andrew. Welcome to the show man. how are you doing. Hey fredrick doing great great to see you man really to connect again thank you. Yeah likewise likewise. Thank you for coming on. It's always good to chat with you. You know what i love. I love chatting you because the first time we spoke you know the the sort of pre interview stuff that do the research and looking at the kudos. I was a little intimidated looking at all. The stuff that you've done you know like okay. Get interview this guy and then you get on and you know you're just one of us you know. This is a normal guy. So very humble so i appreciate that thank thank. You never wanna be intimidated. Anybody but i appreciate you say thank you know. Intimidation comes with with accolades and success. Right so it's a side effect of that. Well let's dive in. I know you have a pet day so to make sure we get to the questions on my list. First of all people that may not have heard of you andrew bursting. What's the accolades that i kind of forced out at a couple of seconds ago. Describe your career your elevator pitch if you're you're in one of those. La cocktail parties and people like. Hey what do you do what do you what do you tell well. I grew up in brooklyn and moved out here during the blizzard of seventy eight. Never looked back. And that's the end of my elevator pitch doe. I took a passion for photography that i started with. I was fourteen. My dad give me my first camera and realized that that was really my my destiny to to be at the For in some way so taking from my good friend. Peter guber mantra that It started off as a dream to be a photographer turned into a goal bona fide goal when i decided to really ramp up my desire to be a photographer by going to art center college of design in pasadena and that was a major move because i was going to the university of massachusetts at the time lived my whole life up to that point on the east coast and then that goal became My passion to Become a sports photographer. I had certain benchmark goals that i wanted to achieve in in the business and You know if that's my destiny then so be it so dreams. Plus goals equals destiny but fast forward forty years later I'm still loving what i do. they still want me around and i'm still cranking out some pretty good content when i get a chance to actually take a picture jackson done in four months. I know i know. I know that it's here that a lot photographers. There's a lot of pinto demand for everything just taking photography taking photographs. But just getting back to being human. I guess is what a lot of us are looking forward to Before we dive into this. I want to see that step and repeat behind you. It looks like legends of sport. Talk to me about that project. Legends of sport because that kind of segues into the podcast news. You have to share later. Yeah of course. Legends of sport is a is a content platform that i started with three other partners. The germ of really started ten twelve years ago. But we got serious about it about five years ago and we decided that there was a real void in the world of sports is so many sports radio sports content so many people talking about last night score or last night's game but legends kind of get lost in the shuffle quite frankly and we We wanted to be able to perpetuate legends To document to really continue the conversation to bring them back into the conversation in a lot of cases and make legendary athletes moments teams personalities relevant again in and keep it current and relate to what's going on in In the world sports today so we lead off with a podcast. Now i'm in my third season of the podcast where i sit down and talk to people in the world of sports athletes owners bands. Whoever had made an impact in sports. And i have a different kind of take on it. Because i you know. I am working. I'm working professional in the world of sports and You know my own experience. And i guess i have people that i work with a known for years and years and years magic kobe. Peter guber orel hershiser. I mean. I could name a lot but we we did two full seasons and then we were actively pursuing a bigger platform that could Distribute us out and be a great partner and the la times really Saw us as great option for them as well because they have a really great podcast menu but they were looking for a sports. Podcast are lejeune's kind of Way of doing things really Was interesting to them. So we have now partnered with the la times. We co produced and distributed by them. It's not exclusive so you can still get your year legends. Sport podcast on apple or spotify but The la times has become a great partner for us and excited about everything that can happen. Now from that partnership.
Biden Fills Out Economic Team
"Joe biden on sunday named seven women too key communications roles in his incoming whitehouse. These transition team says it's the first time in history that the positions will be filled entirely by women naming former. alabama state. department spokeswoman jen psaki as he's white house press secretary and campaign spokeswoman kate bending field as communications director senior adviser to the biden harris campaign. Simone saunders will be vice. President-elect comma harris's chief spokeswoman and biden's former press secretary is vice president elizabeth avenue under will be first lady to be jill biden's communications director biden said these qualified experienced communicators bring diverse perspectives to their work and a shared commitment to building this country. Back better senior campaign advises corinne jump. And ashley john also a former senior adviser to house speaker. Nancy pelosi will serve as deputy white house press secretary and communications director for the vice president's respectively and pilly tow bar former hispanic media director for senate minority leader. Chuck schumer will serve as deputy communications director sake said on twitter that the communications team is the most diverse team in history and also six mums of young kids. President elect joe biden plans to nominate center for american progress chief executive near a tendon as director of the office of management and budget and economists celia ralph's as chair of the council of economic advisers. Jared bernstein one of biden's closest aides served as his chief economic adviser as biden and barack obama forced to pull the united states out of the great recession. Just like obama. Did in two thousand nine biden will inherit a struggling economy facing serious near-term challenges.
The Road to Bouillon
"Today's story starts as soon as many good stories. Do with a german chemist whose family vig was one of the people who invented modern chemistry as a field and his contributions are vast in laboratory science and culture in nutrition. And once again we have the wonderful flavor historian nadia bernstein on the show and for the purposes of today's episode leagues contributions to agriculture are. Not the most important. We're interested in his nutrition. Science at the time in the eighteen hundreds scientists were hard work trying to understand. What the heck food actually was. This is kind of what chemists were up to you back then in the nineteenth century they were like. There's all of this stuff in the world what is it made of. Let's figure it out and name it. It's not just name it but decide which bits of it were essential chemists. Were trying to break food down into its elemental parts and understand exactly which parts we needed to survive in the eighteen thirties. Scientists named and identified protein and they found it particularly fascinating so why not just keep breaking things down was the trend at the time and scientists noticed that different protein-rich foods seem to be made up of slightly different building blocks. These are what we call amino acids today. If you think about proteins as molecules i mean most of us aren't thinking about perkins molecules. But if you imagine it it's sort of long molecule that's composed of a lot of different component parts of which are amino acids and what hydrolysis is basically this process of blasting that big molecule apart into these constituent pieces. This is in fact. Exactly what did hydrolysis he took hydrochloric acid and used it to break down or dissolve matt and then figure out what the different kinds of amino acids were lee bigs. Big breakthrough was identifying one particular amino acid creating which he then also found in the muscles of living animals. He found it in especially high levels in the muscles of a fox that died while it was running. And that's what led him to the conclusion that creating was the key to muscle action. People had been claiming that meat was important for health for a really long time but leagues contribution was to show at least based on his science at the time that the protein in meat was critical for muscles and so it was an essential component of a nutritious diet. League went as far as to say that the protein element of food was the only true nutrient meet. Was it said when his friend's daughter came down with typhoid league. Knew exactly what she needed me but she was too sick to digest solid foods. So league took some cook chicken. He grounded up. He soaked it in hydrochloric acid to dissolve it altogether at what he thought was critical creating. Then he added another chemical to neutralize the acid and turn it into table salt and then he gave the young girl this salty savory broth and she recovered and this led to what became one of his most popular discoveries at the time league was able to use chemistry to create a modern version of beef tea leaf. Tea had been popular with the sensitive and the sick leave for a few decades. The idea was that invalids. He were too delicate to eat. A great big steak could still get all its goodness by boiling that stake in water straining it and then drinking the resulting meat juices. Basically the idea is if your sickly. If you're wasting away with any of the numerous diseases that may have afflicted the dickensian populace mid nineteenth century. What you want to do is to get an easily and readily absorbable. Both sort of strengthening food of protein leagues was different from traditional beef t. He didn't need to boil meat for hours. To break it down. He could use hydrochloric acid to league. This meant he could keep in more of the good stuff from meat in the broth. He thought boiling. It was less effective. So liebenberg's beefed. He was kind of this. Concentrate at this sort of hydrolysed blasted part beef proteins made into a liquid broth that sickly little orphans and delicate women could sip and thus beyond the way to restoring their health lee big published his beef tea formula and a quickly became all the rage with fragile elite searching for something to pep up their delicate constitution pharmacists would make up a big batch. Evaporated and zealot under the name extract. Carney's extractive meet. It was classified as a legal drug. in germany. in fact it was considered so essential that pharmacists were required to keep it in stock. Doctors reported that league's formula for extractives. Carney's could be useful for tuberculosis. Typhus various dumped arrangements. and scruffy. One doctor said it could be a useful substitute for brandy and cases of exhaustion. Depression and despondency. I'd rather have a brandy but the point is leaving. High tech version of beef d. was a wonder drug in the eighteen fifties. It was thought of as a way to give the goodness of muscle forming meat to the week in puny
"bernstein" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"Back a million other bestselling Bucks, card decks, everything journals doing gabby. I'm so good in so good. It's so nice to hear your voice. Hello. Hello. It's great talking to you as always with my fellow eight in the NBA Grammy. Understand each other well, which is always a plus point we have lots of private jokes as AIDS private private jokes and any dinner that anyone would have with you and I would be like high fiving on the end of the table because we're we're very proud of our eight nece. have in my hand here, your brand spanking new spirit junkie car deck, which I have to say like I've held one hundred different card decks in my hand probably from hey house and this one like every single card fifty, two of fifty two are amazing like. Sayings are incredible and the artists incredible like you knocked it out of the park with these deck-. The last deck that even came close to this was power thoughts by Louise Hay, which is I. Think we've sold a million copies of the deck. So it's helped a few people. Over the years and still to this day in our top five selling decks. People love it. People can't wait to get their hands on it and I think the same thing's going to happen with this deck. It's incredible and I even see that you have one quote from someone else and it's from Louise Hay. My favorite Louise what which I've put my newsletter fifty times over the years, which is all as well. Everything is working out for my highest good out of this situation only good will come. I am Save I've said this to myself at least a million times in the last thirty years. Every time anything going wrong this is what I think about so. I think that was an Ode to Louise and to you because I think it might have been in. A A newsletter because as you said, you mentioned it a lot that I saw it. Then Michaela and I were talking about it and and it ended up in the deck it was or it might have been like in somebody's signature like, hey, how's person signature I? Don't know what it was but it it was meant to be in this deck and before you get into the. Decorate I just have to give the majority of the credit here to my best friend Michaela Ezra, who is our our designer I mean these are my quotes. These are my words but she brought her all to this deck. It's a masterpiece. It's so gorgeous. It's her best work since we've been together and I agree with you I mean there's not a single card that is an absolutely magnificent. Words are perfect and the art is perfect with the words like it's. It's very. It's not that easy to hit it like this. So I think anyone when they get this deck, they're going to be going through going Oh. My Gosh. Their house is going to be full of these. Different ones. We put up all over in different places and I think lot. Going to have them around their house. Do you have any around your house right now? I have decks everywhere and the thing is when you have a toddler, a deck is a really good thing to have around because little little people like my nineteen month old son loved to take things apart and put them back together. As you know 'cause you have shoulder but they love to like reeboks. Cable just like literally grab all the remember years ago with the miracles now deck and this was when Michaela's daughter was very young Age. She. She was throwing the miracle cards around and she was just starting to speak and she threw a card and she said I threw a miracle. It was so cute. So decks are great for kids and this one in particular it's just it. Definitely, this art will be translated into a child's Children's book or another book or in some other forms an in journals in so many places because it's so beautiful. And what Michaela did this time around was she introduced a lot of botanical art. So there's tremendous amount of flowers as such a floral thing happening but there's also the this just vibrant color and we're living in his really funky time when we need things to brighten our day and I don't, I'm not trying to be silly when I say that I'm really being serious. So when I put these cards, any card from any one of the decks that she's designed with me if I put them on my desk for the day, it's just this. It's almost like a decorative. Moment and of course, a daily reminder that we can affirm how we wanna Theo that day. But this one in particular just it's very pink and it's very almost like fluorescent in ways. So I'm just sitting here as we talk just sifting through the cards and may favorite card read is not just because of the took one of my favorite quotes and affirmations and really I think she saw the magnitude of the affirmation and she she rocked it with this one and it says today I consciously choose to think loving thoughts take compassionate actions and bring forth peaceful energy. And it's the most beautiful card I've ever seen. A perfect message we need on right now. Over. Oh, I like this one here's a good one. There's no such thing as a mistake everything happens in divine answer I am being guided to learn and grow. I think that people need that. Sitting right here. I picked four of them. One was as the other one was this which reminds me so much things Louise's Yeah. There's a lot of energy Louise Energy in this deck and and you know as a writer and I've written about this in the universe has your back. How had the privilege of of really channeling Wayne I really know that he shows up when I write and in the decks I feel that she shows up for sure her colorful nece her formation in her energy is infused into these each card and and here's a nice one. It's safe to slow down relax and let go and the images these blue clouds with this moon and the stars, and it's quite sparkly here. I WANNA keep reading one or two more. I'm ready to go big rise up and step into my power and that's a power card that's one that I think somebody would definitely put on a vision board or stick onto their computer screen to see daily it's stunning I am in sync with the flow of life very Louise Very Louise creativity flows from the I am divine creator what I find this funny is I have a very good friend another another fellow author her name is Dani Shapiro and Danny picks a card every single day from the universe has your back deck. I can't remember the the affirmation but she I'm not even kidding you I think like five out of seven days a week she picks the same. Yes that's the craziest thing. She's constantly posting on social media and it's an adult card that's extremely relevant. Her she she believes that it's you know it's her father coming through her because she knows it's it's a message what Cardoza got us all wondering you. have to remember something about faith I know that I have to go back because they have a lot of cards in my head right now. Here's, and then we've got Louise's card which she couldn't have done a better job decorating and designing this card. It's so ready and these affirmations are all from earlier books there from my my different writing there and spirit junkie is is one of my books but it's also just a big part of my brandon and the way that I've been self identified for so many years they think most, Hey, house readers would identify spirit junkies. So it's sort of it's sort of this family feeling.
"bernstein" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"Can participate in supporting this female run podcast, keep it going and you could access to weekly bonus episodes yet Ceylan I have been recording bonus episodes sometimes late at night when all the kids and Babes are asleep and all the husbands are gone doing their own thing I'm still pregnant over here. So I'm not drinking wine, but Kayla will may have a cocktail or a glass of wine in hand and we are just Talking about what's going on in life and we're answering your questions. So if you are a Patriot member, you get the message us and we're going to give you our best or silliest advice that we can, and we're building a really fun kind of podcasting community there, and one of the things we've been talking about is all the TV we've been watching while in quarantine and a show that came up recently was the vow. The vow is a nine two part miniseries on HBO, and it's essentially giving you an inside look in to Nexium, which is one of the colts that we are going to talk about today. That's right. You heard me we are talking about colts. I know you just got excited about as excited as candidate. I got when we figured out we wanted to do an episode on this today we are going to sit down with Rachel Bernstein. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist as well as an educator she's been working with former cult members and their loved ones since nineteen ninety-one, she has a private practice in Los Angeles and also runs a weekly former cult members support group in her office not to mention she has an awesome podcast indoctrination. She is fascinating. Our conversation with her is awesome were so excited. We realized that a lot of the things that we've watched on TV that we find ourselves. You know. binge-watching or talking about the next day at dinners or back in the time when we actually all got together and had dinners without the concern of safety or health but I don't know if you guys were. Big Fans of wild country with the RAJ, niche followers. But Taylor you and I both talked at length about that. We also I remember watching the Waco series not too long ago with the cult leader David Koresh you know there's Jim Jones documentary on the Peoples Temple which is so tragic were nine hundred people died in the Jonestown settlement after he instructed his followers to drink cyanide laced flavor. kool-aid essentially where that's why you might hear like Oh they're not drinking the Kool aid are they you know it's kind of like a cult reference because that really happened and it's scary and culture scary and they're real and they reveal themselves in a whole bunch of different ways now. So that's why we really wanted to have this more in depth conversation about what is a Colt what are the warning signs and what does recovery look like? That's right. So without further ADO, here's our conversation with Rachel Bernstein. And we are here with Rachel Bernstein Rachel were so honored that you're here to have this discussion with us today. Everyone is fascinated by colts. We might candice and myself included and one thing that's so interesting about them is you know most colts insist they're not colts and nobody in them realizes that they're in one. So can you define for us? Let's start from the beginning what is cold right and You know I I'm glad you brought it up because I asked him I tell people one of the first clues that you're in a cult is when you walk in and they say we're not a cult. Got? Now, I know you aren't 'cause I, didn't read black. Protests. A little perhaps so. One of the definitions. And you're GonNa see and hear some similarities with fundamentalists. Branches a religion, but there are also some departures. So it's when you have unquestioning devotion. And belief and following. The leader of the teachings. And that if you question it, you're put on the hot seat. You're the one who has something wrong with you. You're the one going against God or whatever else and really all that's happening there as the leader who's more typically a narcissist just can't handle being questioned. And then the other part is that the rules only apply to you as the follower. So the leader can get away with doing whatever it is that he or she wants and You know they can have many partners in you need to be celibate or you need. Sleep on the mat on the floor and they have five homes. And somehow it all makes sense within the group. The other thing is that it becomes your entire life. So when people go and get involved in things they. They don't realize that they're going to have to give up their family, their friends, their belief system, their pass. They're also going to have to kind of give the way they think their sense of self, their moral code, it all changes. and. The way they speak also becomes like cult member and matches the people in the cult, and then the last thing that I think is really important. and. This is where there is a departure typically from kind of fundamentalist religions is. That you have. This deception that is rampant from the first moment you walk in because usually you get in through a front organization you have no idea might be a church you have no idea might be a called. And even when you're there as you were talking about the people who know the least amount of true information about the group they're in or the people in it because you're kept from accessing the Internet and your cat from talking to people who have left. So your blinders are on from the moment you step in the door. I like that you bring up a religion has a lot of people who maybe don't go to church very often could feel like that that even just going to church once a week or whatever religious practices that they generally have that that feels extreme. But this is a completely different realm. This is not like is that something that you kind of gets brought up to you a lot of like What's the difference between you know religion and colts because there are a lot of parallels when you start talking about the extreme colts that had existed and how I think that they rope in a lot of their followers per se? Yes right. So for example, if I wanted to be able to.
"bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk
"Doing it. Yeah well, I'm relieved to know that I don't know ruining my. Well. You're not. You're not ruining your car. You are ruining your car know. On that. We can be on US Alex. An adult he can take you you are but in the long run, let's the difference you never gonNA. Break yourself of this habit. So it's better that we just tell you that you're not ruining your car and you can go off happy and just keep doing what you're doing. It just forget you ever called us. It it will remind you every time you double clutch. It will remind you of that wonderful summer you spent in Italy. Reminds you of your dad exactly in the joy brought to everyone? Yeah, and that's that's the reason why you should continue to do it, and in fact, I think everyone who has a manual transmission should double clutch in honor of one. I I'm going to start double clutching Michiji and every time you do it you say where he my? And I'm sure one of our listeners. One of our listeners in your father's minimal style will be able to write a song using his music and putting words which have double clutching I'm sure someone will do theater yeah I think it's a great idea. We should all double clutch in honor of linen and mood people say, what are you doing I'm Bernstein ing. Do that when you drive up everyone will so we can change the whole change. And then think one hundred years from now people are trying to figure out what? This called Bernstein for nobody will know just like now you dial the phone cutting dial, right but your dial it right twenty years from now even now say why is it called the dial? Dial Buttons Yeah. So this will become known as Bernstein the clutch. I'm orange burning. Pretty. Alexander. Thanks. Paul. He'll. Watch love it. Well you've done it again you've wasted another perfectly good our listening the car talk, our esteemed producers, doug a subway fugitive, not a slave to fashion. Bongo boy. Berman. Producers. David the cavs of Belleville, green and Catherine. I'll. Buca. Our Web latkes Doug the old grey mayor assisted by Connie Bridgford, our engineers, John Cartwright Perotti our theme music is by David Dog Richmond and our technical spiritual and manual. Just, back from the Miami Dade Sushi grade tuna fillets room laid minute maid Marmalade and Gatorade promenade on.
"bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk
"How are you? I'm good. Thank you. This is more of a settlement of an argument between me and my punky no it all eighteen year. Old Nephew. Okay we my family and I were in Mongolia over the summer. And with my five year old and my toddler and they're the steering wheel can be on either side they have no law. And my son loved it. He loved to tell all the drivers that in my country, the steering wheel is on this side the line at my nephew said, well, my friend just order to. BMW from. Germany and the steering wheels on the right side. And I said well, he can't drive that in the United States and he said, yes, he can. I said no, he can't and we went around and then I thought Oh my God. What if he's right? and. So that's when I called you. So you have a better the nephew yes. You lose I do she does I mean, there's nothing no rule against it. For example, mail trucks, and there are people who've imported London taxis with the driving wheel on the right just dangerous. Of course, it's dangerous I mean first of all I'm on, they were driving crazy when you work running for your life across the street because they could care less about pedestrians. You don't know who to make eye contact with before you fall your death. Before you. So. You can look at the driver's side of the car and realize that it's not the driver's side anymore it's the passenger side of the car because they alternate. She was in Bangkok once and the taxi driver was taken to the airport and he said you know in your countries that you drive on the right. He said in in England they drive on the left here in Thailand it is optional. So the steering wheel can be on either side and the and the United States, there's no law in the United States. That's what. Side of the steering wheel has to be on I'm not saying that all I'm saying is I have seen vehicles on how you're waffling because you said it's not illegal. You said it's not I. I assume it's not illegal because I have seen vehicles which have been imported to this country. From England. Like Rolls Royces boy I know sure. Yeah. They're steering wheel is on the right they give you a special dispensation. If you're a multimillionaire I, don't think. So signing with my nephew, I'm sorry signing nephew. So he's he's not just full of it. No Jennifer. This is going to be a bitter pill to swallow. You don't know we do know. Sensitive How many times have you have you gotten into arguments with him and been wrong? Oh, beyond all. This is your one. This is your one chance at redemption. But he doesn't know that I've been. You know who I'm GonNa tell them anything you want. Yeah he just started college this year so whether or not he's he's to the radio. I. Get by with just saying, I. You know I still don't know the answer tyler. Talk to quit school now while he still knows everything. Spending wasting four years at college well, you you know he's going to college steamboat springs where there's a huge ski resort, but he's going to quote Unquote College. Okay. Gravity while he's there. Good Luck Jennifer. Thai by by one, eight, eight, eight, car talk or one, eight, eight, eight, two, two, seven, eight, two, five, five alone. You're on car talk this Alexander in New York City Alexander used the whole name. Most often yell though. Lot of people on the Alex and in high school I was. Al.. or Yo l you'll. You'll you'll you'll, be Yo L. Your Superman. Super His. Father wasn't a YO L L. L L. Airline Yo L. What's up. Well I have to preface my question by saying that my father was Leonard Bernstein no kidding. Yeah. He. Sort of. Lifelong quest for the perfect convertible. Really two minutes everybody else on the road with I always knew I liked that. Really. He was a convertible person Yeah. In the olden days when his show was sponsored by Ford Lincoln. Eli. Don't get him started. Using that. But I have to say of everything he ever did nothing wasn't spa as inspired as West Orico. My Heart's devotion. Let it sink back in New York That was inspired. Keeps on credit. He did the words right. So I mean, are you in the Music Business Alex Own? No? I took some generalizations and. It wasn't it wasn't. It wasn't in your heart. So I mean what? What do you mind? My asking I'm a teacher by trees of of English and drama. I didn't figure you for concrete contractor. Were right. I also run a foundation that my father started arts foundation concrete foundation, and you work right in Manhattan. And you live in Manhattan in Manhattan. Car Yes I have a car. I always amazes me that you could live in. Manhattan, and have a car. It amazes me. But there I suppose millions of people who do it And obviously a question of you or anything we've managed to avoid your question for quite a while. Yeah. So Yeah. What's the problem? It's not a problem but when I was twelve. we spent the summer in Italy and my father. One of his convertibles he decided to buy a Maserati. And So. He was in love with his car in the guy that sold it to him. said that when he downshifted, he should do this thing called double clutching you know where you right? On the way down while you're neutral, you let the clutch out. Give it. Back in a young. So I thought this was the coolest thing in the world and then when I got. My first car. A. Horrible Capri used Capri I started doing this and I've been doing it ever since 'cause I just remembered how cool it was. My father must right. Now this Maserati was like a fifty something. Oh, it was it must have been sixty. Eight sixty seven sixty seven. It was beautiful. It was brand new brand new. I think this attack mechanic gave you a father bogus information. No doubt. Not. I mean that's a given. That was redundant I'm sorry St Seven I mean. So unlike the only reason that you would ever have to double clutch is if you don't have a synchronized transmission disturbs mission doesn't have what we call sink rose in synchromesh transmission. And the Maserati must have had a synchromesh transmission I by that time virtually everyone had, when is certainly a high end car like that would have had your which would obviate the necessity of a double club jumping double clutching the really double clutch is to match the gear speed so that you wouldn't get gear clash when you shifted especially downshifting So you would w would let the clutch out while the.
"bernstein" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast
"Hope. CATTA, really catapult you into that relaxation response so that you can start to. Really receive even greater benefits from your meditation practice. I. Actually do this hold as falling asleep at night as well. I feel better already. It. Gabby earn amazing human. You are literally a light unto this world you have given so many gifts to other people and as listeners I'm sure they are curious if they do not already follow you where the heck they could learn more about the work that you do or where they can fall you social media cleese tell these people where they can do that. Everything is Gabby Bernstein Gabby Bernstein DOT COM at Gabby Bernstein on social handles. That's where I'm at your amazing. I, appreciate you. I appreciate the work that you do and I'm so grateful that you gave some time today to us as a community ladies and gentlemen if you enjoyed this episode why or how could you have nots? I hope that you will take a picture of it on the device you're listening you'll tag both Gabby and I that you will share it with friends tell them immediately to listen to it, and until next time have yourself a fantastic week put your left hand over your heart your right hand over your diaphragm and breathe in and out slowly to find the piece that you're looking for. We'll see next week on the next episode of rise together. Rise, together hosted by me Dave Hollis. This show is produced by Chelsea harsh and edited by Andrew Weller with production support by sterling coats. Cameron Berkman is our executive producer. Together is a product of the Hollis company. Did. You know I'm a coach. I am in fact, coach Listen I have an amazing coaching community that has some of the most incredible people already involved and I would love to have you join the journey that they are on on the life coaching side September is coming and our September courses all about health. Spiritual emotional, mental relational, and physical health. How do you set yourself up every single day to show up for the life that you want show up? Well, for those that you love on the career side, we're talking about how to get promoted a thing that if you are working today of course, you have an interest in I've got tips and tricks on how you can make yourself the only candidate that ought to be considered for the promotion that you. We have a couple of hours worth classes each month they land inside of an amazing portal than we have a ninety minute. In, real time alive private facebook group where we talk about all the things you learned for that month, I would love to have you join head over to the House Co Dot Com click the Hollis you button and get in on this coaching today..
"bernstein" Discussed on The Esports Minute
"Commissioned Peace, rectal. Madrid and this is one of the most difficult these sports minutes I've had to write and hopefully the most difficult one I ever record. The game community lost champion today Byron. Daniel Bernstein better known as rectal passed away from an apparent suicide this morning at the age of thirty one. His death was confirmed by his roommate others close to him. I don't really know what to say. Other than the socks and Mike and Owens's goes to the people close to him, his family and the entire gaming community. Most of us have fond memories of watching wreck full whether it was world of Warcraft, her stone or other random moments over the years he was a talented streamer and amazing Gamer at one point inches, the top ranked player and wow six seasons in a row. Before his death, he was working with the community to create a new game called ever land. I don't want to speculate on what was going through. Rebels mind, but people close to him, if talked about his struggles with mental health. If you're struggling with your own mental health, please do call someone hell. Call me I'll put my phone number in the bio and please reach out if you need someone to talk to. I'm genuinely serious. Please call me if you're struggling. Anyway. I WanNa read an excerpt from Rebecca show at tft player who was close to rectal as he dealt. Dealt with his mental health issues and she talks about the lack of help. He received from official channels. She wrote quote. We need better support for those with mental needs. I remember Byron telling me how traumatized he was when he had the authorities called on him for being a risk of suicide, anyone that knew him knew how much it scared and affected him. This can't be how people feel about the places that should be keeping them safe. How the fuck is that okay? Friends don't feel that it's the right move to call for help. When they know the mental institutions, they get sent to treat them like animals incapable of understanding. and quote rest in peace. Byron will miss you..
"bernstein" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"Tracy welcome back to the hill. Your Life podcast. Were continuing our series of thirty days in a row of all our wonderful Hay House authors to help us through these crazy times that we're going through right now and today we have with us Gabby Bernstein how are you gabby read? I'm good I'm hanging in. How are you? You're you're you're busting through with a lot here. There's a lot going on there. So many things happening right now and and one of the things that we're seeing lots and lots of people are getting books to get them through and listening to these podcasts and facebook lives and they're trying to get connection with people because so many people. Are you know in their house by themselves and trying to cope with what that means in today's world and and one of the things I'd love to start with is just having you tell how you're dealing with all this right now and there's so much to say about this? I think I first and foremost I just want to send a prayer to everyone out there who is suffering in any form physically mentally emotionally feeling over overwhelmed with responsibility at this time. I just want to send my love and prayers and we can do some prayers today on this interview as well but I feel that right now while I'm in isolation with my family my house not going anywhere really. I'm not even really. I've got a groceries for few weeks. I'm not going anywhere if I can help it. But I- strangely feel more connected to people right now than I ever do. I think this is a different perspective that we could potentially take right now. Which is that with. All these people rising up doing podcasts and doing instagram lives. Just didn't instagram live last night with a girlfriend. My Friends Sophia Amoruso. And she's the founder of girl boss and you know we were laughing because we don't actually take the time to facetime and talk and so it's like right now or on instagram. Live and it's the first time we really connected for an hour in a while right so people are really using the tremendous beautiful resources that we have to connect. There's another thing that's happening psychically energetically which is that. We're feeling a greater connection and oneness. Then hopefully people are feeling that I'm feeling this a greater connection and oneness than I've ever felt before this is the first time that the whole world is truly in it. Together all experiencing people are. I definitely agree. More and more people are reaching out and connecting. Like I know like even me like I'm calling my mom more all the talking to way more of the author's era than I have in a while. So you're right like more and more people are trying to try and define connection for sure and also people are reclaiming their community. Hey House is a family. It's a community. I just got off the phone with with your your team members Michelle and Patty and just just feeling like Howard and seeing myself as part of a messenger in your community and saying well. How can I support the community right now and anyone? That's a Hey House. Reader can can support the community right now from sharing opposed or listening to a podcast in letting somebody know about it and so there's just this this level of spiritual activism that's occurring in anyone who is on a spiritual path. Anyone that is a hey house. Community member has tremendous. I WANNA use the response of the word responsibility but not with any pressure but we have a responsibility to use the foundational spiritual tools that we've been cultivating over the years years decades rate. Now we have to rely on those tools more than ever. We have to rely on them for ourselves. You know you asked me. What am I doing right now while? I'm meditating twice a day. Devoted meditation to my transcendental meditation practice. I am doing energy healings. Actually investing my M- people may think you always should probably stop my therapy right now. Actually no I'm doing three therapy sessions. A Week I've got an energy healer. I'm tapping I'm I'm doing. I'm doing talk therapy I'm doing. Amd are because I knew I know an and by the way nobody needs to pay for any of that if they have resources that are free right now for them on social media but using the tools that I have using the team that I've built to support me using the. Hey how's meditations and using my own practices like a fulltime job at the moment because in order for me to continue to show up for my community for the House community for my local community for my son my my fifteen month old son my husband my business. I have to be grounded and centered in my own Foundation Spiritual Foundation Faithful Foundation. So anyone listening we have. We have a lot of with a huge leg upright now because we've been on a spiritual path and now is the time to use it books that a lot of people are turning to right now is universe has your back like big like spike and people wanting that book buying that book and I think they're looking for connection there and trying to maybe understand and believe that the universe does as their back even in this time. Yeah you know. The subtitle for that book was transformed fear to faith. That's the message for this time. The message for US spiritual activists in this time is to transform our fear into faith that comes with prayer that comes with meditation that comes with the power of having the ability to re organize our belief systems as I write about in. The universe has your back to also really be clear to see our obstacles as opportunities to recognize the spiritual assignments that have been placed in front of us a great example of a spiritual Simon. Is You know if you have have someone living in your home that you you know. Otherwise might be frustrated by. What is it that you can learn from that experience in that relationship right now right And and really Transforming our fear to faith means that we double down on our spiritual condition at this time. Whatever form that comes for Yeah Yeah. We did a interview with one of our house. Authors Rabbi leader and he came up with a good idea that You know like how we were talking earlier so many things are changing for us right now and some of those things are really good. You know that it's making our lives different simpler easier. Better like staying connected. He said make a list of ten things that you're doing different that you like and then make sure you keep at least one of those things in your practice going forward totally because we don't want you know I did an interview yesterday with Glennon Doyle and she said something really interesting she said. Do you know it's it's like we're living in this snow globe and it's just where we've constantly got the snow all over the place and that's how we function moving forward and living and avoiding and just being in the snow globe but right now. The snow has settled so relaxed with ourselves. So what are we going to do with that right? And many of us you know sitting sitting not distracted by people or obligations or whatever it may be feel very overwhelmed and so that may lead people into addictive patterns that may lead people into anxiety attacks that may lead people into a lot of suffering and so the question right now is what is that list of things like the Rabbi said. What does that list of things that I can do? For my condition right now to develop my inner world and find ways to regulate my nervous system and lower cortisol levels and just be a ground being at this time and then the bigger question is and what will I take.
"bernstein" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"The PODCAST. I'm excellent game here with my co hosts Aaron Lamour and Ratliff Gentlemen. Hello hello good afternoon anti Sir and to you and what about the program today this week on the show Andrea Bernstein she is the Co Co host of the podcast trump inc.. And she's got a new book out. It's called American oligarchs the Kushner's trump's and the marriage of money and power. It's it's about The trump's in the KUSHNER's in marriage money power take is what this book will not make you feel better about the world crate crate. As my experience reading it did not. I did not feel more optimistic. Afterwards is I do think though it is a large segment of the last year's media psycho. We haven't actually had anyone on. Who's just sort of gone? Full trump in their reporting getting except Maggie Haberman. Of course. Yeah well I mean the thing. Is She actually hasn't gone. Full trump in her reporting she has been reporting about political corruption corruption and business in New York. For years and years she was at the observer for a very long time and now is at WNYC and that's kind of been her beat so like her beat became on this corner national story in this sort of and then you'll hear about in the interview but basically I think right after the election she felt felt like I know this world that now is everyone's world and I have some Responsibility get in there and one thing I will say about the book which is also true. The podcast is I feel like Despite everyone in the world being on this story it feels sort of random a lot of the time time and the book really grounds what is happening and how Donald Trump became president in like decades and decades of family history the and New York history and tristate history and it was the first time that it felt like cohesive to me. Well you've answered in my questions. If you're looking to answer other people's questions maybe start a queue in a newsletter with mail chimp. They make it easy to start any Dang Kinda in a newsletter. You want You won't even have to start paying until a certain number of people subscribed so dip a toe dip that. Tell Jim now. Here's Max with Andrea Bernstein. Hi Andrea Hi so great to be here. Thank you for coming to do the PODCAST. Can I say that it's the thing that the trump team has most wanted to do was to talk with you. Well I will say that That's great and a little intimidating but There's one piece of that which is not surprising. which is that so I like emails a fairmount from people who think that they would be good guests on the podcasts Taylor like I you know who I think should be on the show is meek and I got a different one from your co host? Who remained said I think she'd have Andrea on the show? But it wasn't just like hey I think should have Andrea on. It's pretty interesting stuff. She doing he had a like a real like Tower Bernstein like the nine pillars. He didn't send that to me exactly would then I followed him and was definitely. We should do this and I was like. What do you think I should ask? And then he seventy nine pillars and it's rare that someone both nominates a colleague of theirs to come on the show and has such a like a a clear way of thinking about you've never met Elliott out of the blue. I just emailed me out of the blue and then put together this thing and I think it might help us talk talk about the book a little bit. The first pillar Bernstein is Everyone wants to help you. CEOS public information officers other journalists rival outlets people on the street. Anyone could be a source. That just don't know it yet. Your job is to let them know. Yeah anybody can be a source and it is. I mean one of the interesting things about reporting on the trump's in the Kushner says they seem so distant far off there in the White House but here in in this area the New York metropolitan area. Almost everybody knows one of the families and has had a personal experience with them so in many cases this is all I had to do was tell people. I'm writing a book and people said. Oh well I happen to know so and so and maybe so and so can help you so many people were afraid to talk to me so I wouldn't say that everybody wanted to help but it's true anybody could help. That was one of the questions I had reading the book which was this is among if not the hardest beat in the world. Lots of people are covering these folks. Lots of people are trying to figure out how Donald Trump's business works and I'm interested in how you get the main figures in this story to engage gauge with you when dozens of reporters are asking these questions. And then how you find the people who no one has talked to yet and then the third part of that question I guess is is like how do you find something new when everyone's trying to find the same thing so I mean one of the things that gave me pause was not an obvious thing because is one of the ways that I have covered. Corruption is by happily looking in the dark corners where nobody else is looking when we WNYC Z.. And when I started covering the bridge gate scandal with Chris Christie I had covered transportation so when they said that they had realigned the lanes to have a traffic study. I was like that is definitely definitely not a traffic study so I knew immediately. I knew immediately that there was politics and I had covered the port quarter therapy and I knew how to extract information from them so I cry. Let's go back. Yeah how do you extract information from the Port Authority so so one of the big ways you extract information from the poor thrice by showing up so you go to the meetings and you ask the questions but also I serve. They don't like to respond to freedom of information requests but the thing about the port authority is a state agency which is controlled by two governors. So in in any situation where there is a tension. Somebody is going to want to help you. Because they think it's going to thwart their other side so that is one of the ways that there were people who were unhappy with the way the other side was doing things that they would be willing to talk but then at the end of the deaths of everybody wants to talk especially when you're an honest broker occur and they understand that you're going to be fair about things so persistence is another thing. Just sorta hanging in there until people realize you're not going away and it's better to talk to you. visit potentially naive leave question but how important how big a part of that process is being able to suss out people's motivations that way and play to them. Well I think that you know in All journalism you're always looking for where's the oversight whereas the tension. Where's the places where people might disagree? So it's one of the reasons sway former employees organizations tend to be really great sources and there's a lot of people that really know how to work-linked Dan rea well and can find out everybody that used to work at a company and I. I don't do this so much but I mean like if I work with or they'll just call a list of people you get a bunch of names in the just call call so looking at those sources of tension is one way to extract information but anyway just to get back to your main question about some six everybody. Nobody else was covering it so it wasn't my natural inclination but also I did feel like I had a long view on this world and and also because I've been covering corruption in New York and New Jersey politics and also national politics. I had covered six presidential campaign so I just felt like I knew to all the elements of this particular world so I thought okay. Even though a lot of people are looking at it I need to look at it because I have a perspective on it. That is is not precisely the same as anybody else's so that was one reason why I thought I should do it. Even though it's a sandbox at everybody is playing in but one of the things that I really discovered as I went along is that most people don't read things multiple Arabi things very quickly so you can find out so many things by reading up to the end. For example I was reading the Ukraine testimony recently and on page three hundred ninety four there was great anecdote about one of the corrupt prosecutors. That Rudy Giuliani met with was so corrupt that. US officials helped arrange for a bug to be placed on his fish tank so he could be recorded and he was indeed recorded coaching suspects so that was something that was there but that most people didn't really have the patience to read through the documents to find. Does the second pillar must the second pillar read every document talk every document. Yes read the Mola report four times helping you is I mean. I think it's true because it's sort of like you do need to be open to learning information from everywhere which many people are not at any time so I think there's a lot of that in the book because things come from all different places. They come from government officials and instagram program accounts and videos. At the trump organization posted and documents submitted with court cases in California and Etcetera et Cetera. So that is important to sort of think your information can come from anywhere and read. Everything is the reading of everything. Isn't that a boring. Oh my God now I I mean no I mean just the Ukraine testimony itself just to take one reason example. All I was like wow. This is like a movie. It's so interesting so most of the time when I was reading stuff I was literally feeling really thrilled. Wow I am just finding out stuff. I didn't know in many things. I read more than once because I feel like if I read it just once I might not remember it so I read it twice the Mahler report. I knew that I read it four times. I read three-time but I I had to because I really wanted to have the whole thing at my command and I just feel like that process of reading over and over again. This is important. Some some things were less exciting than other things. I read so many books including books written by trump's and a lot of those are very sort of self promotional so some of those. Well I mean I. I found a lot of great material for example in Ivanka. Trump's book the trump card. But it's not written as a narrative so you know that was sort of a case case of I would say it was barring I would say it was not I mean there were there were times where I just literally turning pages and couldn't put stuff down so part of it is literally just is doing the work that other people might not be doing. It's kind of simple but yes I mean I think one of the big secrets to investigative journalism is just actually knowing what's there and ingesting and really looking you know Bob had this wonderful anecdote in the New Yorker. Did you read it about where he goes to the spile cabinet and and he sits there and he reads the whole file cabinet. And I'm like yes that is exactly it because you just don't know on which page the incredible information is going to be. You don't know where you're GonNa find the Mike and the fish tank. It could be unpaid three ninety four to be on page one and it could be something that you practically typically have already. I mean there are many times I've gone back and looked at something that I have and it turns out to contain a giant clue order the final piece of the puzzle or the thing that I need to know to make it all make sense. This is not one of the pillars but this experience since twenty sixteen the volume is so relentless like the yeah the stacking of of scandals incidents and leaks and drama an indictments it's so relentless list that at some point at least for me a little bit like the volume flattens and it's hard to tell like where the real spikes are where the most serious serious ones are and just kind of becomes like home like this at home..
"bernstein" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Wrote Gabby Bernstein is a dear friend so number one New York Times bestselling author of six books and International Speaker and Spirit Junkie suit lower yell philosophy and the Huffington Post and many others gabby appears regularly as an expert on the Dr Oz show and Mashal Gabby in its list of eleven must follow twitter accounts for inspiration and her latest book will blow you away diving in and loving it it's called super attractor tractors out right now and in this episode about why people feel they need to constantly defend themselves man I have been there in my past especially when you feel unjustly attacked right we want to defend ourselves gabby personal struggle with postpartum depression and how it's drawn her to working with new mothers the power of having gratitude for life challenges the differences between having spiritual guides and intuition the big lesson she learned from Motherhood and her important advice for young women this one is powerful and Gabby opens up about some very very personal intimate things in this episode so please be aware and share her some love when you listen to you hear what she's talking about feel free to spread the message other women who you think might be going through similar challenges listen to this episode as well you can just send them direct link on Apple podcast.
"bernstein" Discussed on The Documentary Podcast
"Welcome to the documentary from the BBC World Service where we report the world time ever difficult to the issue. However, hard to reach podcasts from the BBC World Service are supported by advertising. A hundred years ago on the twenty fifth of August nineteen eighteen. One of the greatest musicians in American history was born Leonard Bernstein. The original energizing mood that lakes compose is the urge to communicate and communicate with as many people as possible. Composer conductor pianist and icon of the twentieth century. Leonard Bernstein is perhaps the most influential American musician of all time is extraordinarily diverse array of talents, saw him become the first American celebrity conductor. By the age of forty. He was a household name partly due to his enormously successful, hit the nineteen fifty, seven musical west side story. Bernstein Lenny as he was affectionately known offered the world, dynamic new model of what a classical maestro be. He told down musical barriers to declare the symphony hall open to everyone for him. Music was a means of creating mutual understanding, and it was part of his lifelong commitment to social change his belief that music promotes tolerance and inspiration to try to be the best citizen of the world. That one can be motivate me every day Bernstein died in one thousand nine hundred ninety, but his legacy isn't Odeon his music or his many hundreds of recordings. His charismatic way of conveying his own excitement about music has left a lasting impression on everyone who encountered him. He heard him Sarbaz of meat if I couldn't possibly there or possible to celebrate the teen of Leonard. Stein's birth in this program, I'll be talking to some of the people whose lives were touched by him. Some of his friends and some were taught by him. Others never met him or even heard him perform live, but all were inspired by him to take palm. So they might otherwise never have imagined. I really don't know how I would have made it through that period. If I hadn't had it, they come saved me without knowing it. I'm John Lansky and you're listening to Leonard Bernstein in me and the BBC winds. So. Sensational. That may be my favorite song. Oh. My own first encounter with Leonard Bernstein was watching one of his young people's concerts. Those were his series of family concerts, the New York Philharmonic of which he was the music director, Carnegie Hall in New York City. Today's event is one in a series of New York, though, harmonic young people's concerts. They would televised in America and also a brawl between nineteen fifty three to nineteen seventy-two. They made the complexities of orchestral music engaging accessible to millions of people. Each one tackled a different musical question. I sold the constantly called what is impressionism for nineteen year old me that was the revelation and that was because of the riveting imaginative way that Bernstein explained the artistic concept of impressionism in music. And then the waters begin to stir and rock as the first breeze comes up. Listen watching that concert. I thought about music in the way that Bernstein had showed me seeing it in a wide range in context. When I was about nine years old, my dad took me to one of his concerts. Someone else who I came across Leonard Bernstein in one of his young, people's concerts is the conductor Marin Alsop. She's the music director of both the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and the Sao Paulo, state Symphony. Orchestra played the violin. I especially love playing in the orchestra, but I was often getting into trouble because I moved around too much, or I talked too much. So when I saw Leonard Bernstein conduct in person, it was as though a light bulb went on because he was jumping around and talking to the audience and having a good time. And I thought, oh, if you're the conductor, your loud to have fun. So I turned to my dad and I said, this is great. I want to be the conductor and I never changed my mind. Grownups or good at your kids already. It was claimed of for grownups too because they would be watching with their kids and examined Bernstein Leonard Bernstein's son. He just knew what might ignite interest in. He would play Beatles music in those days that was unheard of of pop music in the concert hall. An as section and singing. Terrible boys. That's all I do. And if you. Saw my love. You'd love her too.
"bernstein" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"Leonard Bernstein's. First, steady job was assistant conductor of the New York Philharmonic, and that's how he got his big break, Bruno vaulter, who was supposed to conduct the New York Philharmonic in a live national radio broadcast from Carnegie home got sick. So twenty five year old Leonard Bernstein stepped into conduct and the rest was history. The audience loved him. His picture made the front page of newspapers. The next day and his conducting career was launched. Then his composing career took off to in one year nineteen. Forty four Bernstein had his first symphony ballet and musical comedy performed. Bernstein was in demand all over the world as a conductor. He was the first American to conduct at the famous low Scala opera house in Milan, Italy and he had a long association with the Israel philharmonic, but Bernstein is most famous for being the first American to become permanent conductor of a major American orchestra. The New York Philharmonic with the New York Philharmonic Bernstein used television, which was brand new back then to bring classical music to a much wider audience. When a compose a right of peace of what usually called classical music, he puts down the exact note study what the exact instruments or boys is that he wants to sing those notes. And he also writes dog as many directions as he can think of to tell the players or singers, everything they need to know about help faster slow. It should go a louder soft. It should be and millions of other things to help the performance given. Exact performance of those not thought up our whole generation of kids and grown-ups learned about music from Bernstein's young. People's concerts teaching young musicians was very important to Bernstein. He spent his summers at tanglewood the Berkshire music center in NASA -chusetts, and he also helped start music festivals in Germany and Japan. Leonard Bernstein refused to put limits on any of his musical interests. He composed the score for the movie on the waterfront, and he wrote some great musical theater. More about Bernstein's musical theater next week. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Lander at w. g. UC Cincinnati. Please join me next time for theatre music by Leonard Bernstein on classics for kids.
"bernstein" Discussed on Triangulation
"We're we're we're going with this space but again misty's small very cute friendly one of see what kind of skills people start to create and then with future versions will start to you know make a little bit bigger and start to add arms and other stuff to really really excited about where consumers the consumer readiness for a device like misty and just the amount of technology that you can get now is incredible yeah yeah it really is something something special to see the mri to here in person to get to talk with you in person really appreciate you coming up to the studio to to be here today because it's what they talked to people on skype it's another thing tirelessly person live up here with with it super fun yeah soon as soon as i heard about this like yeah definitely going up there awesome maker faire this weekend i wish the very best lock showing off the misty to day come by maker faire find us and finder booth awesome that is this this weekend well today yes starting today today today the eighteenth through the twentieth so if you're in the bay area check it out right on in is really nice talking with you thank you so much in bernstein founder and head of product at misty robotics mr robotics dot com thanks again and like this weekend we do triangulation every friday normally we do it right around of three pm pacific six pm eastern this was recorded a little bit earlier in the day but generally you can go to twit dot tv slash live at three pm pacific six pm eastern and catch us live for the recording.
"bernstein" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
"So bernstein was on and i was on his podcast his brother's wally the cuecard car while yours is partners wildly like like the past he throws the after after party at like his friends bar i went to one of those and i think it almost killed me oily is the coolest guy that like he's like just number one this is other guy chris kelly was chris kelly there when you were there the like stage manager who talk to you like you're going into vietnam music i got your back brother and he was bob and rai because all the guys from seventy seven yeah and joe dick so yeah he'd go like thirty seconds before live mm yeah jazz scream five claiming he is the dude who pushes you on in the raleigh chair when you do updates yeah he likes it yeah he's a here we go staff at the green staff at the green dot yeah as fertile the christopher walken for skills everything going wrong hogan jose it's issue your pick but it was so weird at a table read its those like an early thing rome like all i'm ca i control time i literally can ben time like a wizard because all the laughs her in the pauses so the table read it's like lemon lime fruit passions just nonserbs so it gets on the air and it between the end of opd eight at another sketch which i've never heard of before like update ends then as well as like that's the news and i'm an earlier than commercial way you'll need just as those weekend of dayton and they're like that's the news that's my story i'm stick whatever was a good night and then they just roll salary.
"bernstein" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The park the bernstein's put out a statement saying uh we won't succumb to hate bitterness or disillusionment or heartbroken when we stop crying will start to do positive things to effect change as it every everyone work towards something good stopping complacent do something now in the months to come as part of our healing process we too will act to heal the world that is what blaze would want we still believe people are good we've seen this first hand at the tremendous amount of support we received from people everywhere still no motive i don't know what happened but two guys in a park after hours you wonder if there was a relationship or may be a possibility of a relationship between the two i'm assuming we will find out this is a year in the we've said from both the beginning when we found out more information about this guy before he was named as a suspect that the was weird reactions that he would have to the questions that he didn't know his girlfriend's last name that he didn't know where she lived the even though he claimed to have gone there after he dropped off delays at that park there is a there is a side to this i think that his getting i mean in any case like this there's a side to this that is the hardest to talk about and that is the way that the the family now has to deal with us blazed was the oldest of three kids i think so he's got to younger siblings his mother wrote an obituary for him and i don't know she's planning on delivering this whole thing uh at the memorial service but it starts out meets a beautiful picture ablaze and it it says blaze was a brilliant teenager with a noticeably sharp sense of humor and a generous and gentle heart he was often referred to as they renaissance man by his family he left cooking music art performing writing and experiencing firsthand the beauty of all cultures of the world he was known as a puzzle solver quickwitted outstanding communicator strategic game player budding scientists thoughtful gift give her a helper and a volunteer wherever a problem or need arose it's been said by those who knew him well.