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They were a group of Roman soldiers armed. Lightning who's martyred Roman three twenty four. The Christian faith is recounted in traditional Mardi allergies. They were killed in Lesser Armenia. Which is present day? See this in Turkey. Victims of the persecution sue after three sixteen persecuted the Christians of the east the earliest account of their existence and martyr dramas given by Bishop Basil of Caesaria from three seventy three seventy nine. In homily he delivered on their feast. Day the Feast of the forty martyrs is thus older than Basil himself. Who eulogized them only fifty or sixty years after their deaths. President Trump said Monday evening that he will be meeting with congressional leaders Tuesday to press them about what can be done to help the economy as it struggles amid the crow virus. Outbreak trump said that he plans to meet with Senate leadership Wednesday to discuss payroll cut. 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"bishop basil" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

16:34 min | 11 months ago

"bishop basil" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"We're back and we were just talking about. Perhaps some of the ways in which was with warren could pick up ground with other are parts of the electorate and maybe it's a quench fashion win the nomination by convincing people that she is in fact electable. I wanna read a quote actually from in calmest henry olsen in the washington post and see what you if you think this is right and we'll go to you perry he wrote warren's tactic so far have more in common with those of evangelical religious just right republican candidates than with eventual nominees those men mike huckabee rick santorum and ted cruz used strong support from a large party faction to an early knockouts of other candidates that's with broader-based support but they each lost when the race winnow down to the final stage because the factors that earn them support from the religious right alienated them from the party's silent majority majority perry to you does that sound like warren and perhaps an argument for why she wouldn't go on to win the nomination not quite that idea i i guess here's a college educated voters in the democratic party or like evangelical party i don't i don't totally see it that way but i guess what i would say is kind of being the candidate of white people with college. Degrees is limiting about a third of the democratic voters hillary. I do think one natural place for warranty. Go is to go to there are college educated people who are not white so that's a part of democratic party that we don't talk about a lot but this one place where would be logical. You can imagine stacey abrams style person that came down to biden. Versus is <hes> warren one. I think would endorse warren overby over biden and i. I wonder if you get some more black elected. Officials hispanic elected did officials people who are prominent endorse warren down the line that she wanted to sleep in the black vote narrow the keeping. She can't have a gap that the sanders clinton gap was so big. It can't make up for that war and have a more narrow gap. That's the key is not. She can't be so henry's right this. You can't be so factual that you can't win. I i think the other th i mean talking about getting prominent politicians and surrogate of color in certain states would be powerful her for her people have made a lot sort of like back in the inside baseball baseball stuff about oh. Would she choose castro as a running mate. They seem kind of chummy. They seem kind of like they've complimented each other publicly so the hi dear that someone like dropping out and endorsing her you know that if you're playing that kind of game or getting certain prominent mayors like like andrew gillum alarmed that endorsement will will matter i think when it comes when it when it happens like there are people like that around the country who could basically like lent her credibility sort of like to be a little bit frank about it kind of do what obama does for biden which is sort of lend elizabeth warren like more reach in minority communities unity's and more credibility yeah i agree with that and i should also say in this to slightly correct what i said earlier in that pupil <hes> and i think this goes to the castro point warren did best among white voters like i said she got twenty percent of first choice support but she actually didn't do that much worse among hispanic onyx owners. She got fourteen percent of the first first choice support. She got four percent among black voters. So maybe maybe that suggests that hispanic voters are logical article next step for her which overlapped with what perry said about college educated non white voters the other thing though and i think just gets at clarice point and it's it's a key advantage warren has over bernie. Even though we're talking about in some ways they have the the same problem terms of how they build out their coalition. I do think it's more likely as claire said that warring can get elite endorsements then sanders has been able able to or will be able to for whatever reason she's just i mean there are a lot of reasons but she's just more part of the establishment and then the last thing i'll say to that point about is the kind of very liberal college educated white section of the democratic party akin to the evangelical section of the republican party and therefore is warren orna factional candidate in the way that ten dorm was. I think this gets out the conversation. We're having on the podcast last week about iwa right iwa in both parties he's defined by those factions right for republicans evangelicals for <hes> democrats very liberal white voters and yet i was been predictive in the democratic party but not predictive in the republican party and i think that's why is a complicated question book for whatever the reason it does suggest that the relationship between those factions and the larger party is different between the two parties perry as has elizabeth warren has gained steadily in the polls. Does it seem like concerns about her quote. Unquote electability have subsided at all. I mean <unk>. I read these polls to say more people think she's electable than they did six months ago i i read them but i don't dubious about them. I know we're data vocalist website but if you ask regular people and you just go to south carolina tomorrow ask people what are can warn a harris win. They'll say are you are. Are you insane. We just watched hillary lose. The women can't win as a really deep feeling among democrats and i think that's our biggest barrier. Is it more about her ideology or hurt gender at this point. Does it seem those questions. I think as people say it's got her ideology because that's safe to say in columns in on t._v. The actual voters talk about gender lock. They don't know much about ideology. I think we underestimate the truly elite pessimistic streak running through the democratic primary electorate in general just the idea of people not voting tilly for what they want in their hearts but what their brain tells them they should do because they're sort of trying to seek out other people want and yes i mean i think there's there's just just a lot of pessimism about who can win and where america is right now after hillary clinton and after obama's presidency i was interviewed by a <hes> vogue reporter declares point the the the sheet mica telling claire last week that i appeared in vogue doug with <hes> taylor swift wasn't yeah mica and taylor swift same and hit him hit the same day. I don't know if my quotas cover stories yeah one of us one of us <hes> but the the conceit of the article was about democrats who are resigned signed trump winning reelection which i think there is this streak in the in the democratic party of deep pessimism about what voters are ready for and i actually thought that the premise of the article is interesting because i mean it's not crazy bias to have the trump might well win the election. I mean he is the sitting the president know if he has a very good shot of winning. That's not crazy to think. It's like preordained. This is not supported. What at at this point can we do. The numbers tell us about how people view warren's electability. They view her as as not as electable as as people like biden right in our even or even like bernie i think bernie's viewed as more electable than warn is yeah and i think i mean we actually haven't talked his. I think in part because there's there's been a lot of talk about race right and joe biden and harrison booker in how they're going after joe biden's <hes> supporting the black community and we think we've he's like we haven't talked about sexism for awhile but to go back to the idea of electability yeah like member twenty sixteen like a lot of people there was there was was a lot of sexism and like odd nauseam from all the dudes who follow us on twitter. I got like well. Where's the numbers on that and it's like well you can't you can't apply apply numbers to sexism everywhere some of just like lies deep in your hearts but also like but there is but this is not a crazy thing to think that some of the electability notions surrounding elizabeth warren has to do with like she talks she talks kind of annoying and she reminds me of my teacher like people do like people people listening to this podcast might be like that sounds crazy but people say that stuff and people feel that stuff so yeah i just think if you went to the republican convention it in two thousand sixteen and sell the number number of signs that called hillary clinton a bitch you probably wouldn't question the exult to and worse and worse yeah section with him but just to put some numbers to what gail in a yougov survey asked people to select each candidate they felt could beat trump and warren was ranked second behind biden far behind biden sixty sixty. One percent of people picked biden forty six percent picked warren. Thank him harrison sanders at forty three percent and it was a survey in which you could just mark whoever you thought you can pick as many as you want and then a <hes> a monmouth poll from june asked people to assign a number value from zero to ten each candidate's electability and worn place third at six point four behind biden at seven point one and sanders at six point point five now. I think a lot of that perry's point is just like as her support has grown in the polls for choice support. There's more people i think are inclined signed to answer positively on warren's behalf in other poll questions such as these but look like. I don't know this is such a tricky conversation but like we know that all else being equal on average candidates further from the ideological center do have more trouble in general general elections. That's just true you know. Will it apply to warren if she's the nominee in twenty twenty. I don't know we also know that as claire said ed. There's a deep sexism within this country that manifest itself in a lotta ways now study showed that when women run they win win at at a rate equal with men right in similar conditions but all those studies are of councils house races and senate races and gubernatorial toya races and i think there are reasons to suspect that running for president is different but it's very hard to predict how how that will play out in in fact. It's hard enough to predict how that will play out that like i don't you know the probably safest best not to make a bunch of assumptions about who is electable in and who isn't. I don't think we know oh you make an asset of you and me exactly right also because at least at a you when you look at two thousand sixteen of course hillary clinton won that nomination relatively easily and came very very very close to winning the presidency and so to take that information and then say there's no way a woman could win feels like over emphasizing one part of the data and not allowing other parts of the data to speak as well no absolutely but i think this is sort of tied into other issues which is that there is a divide in the democratic party between it's it's sort of left left in its left center and audible. Don't warns big problem also is that i think he's gonna have a real problem. She wins iowa new hampshire. Also that the the a certain part of the party endorsed anybody else who's standing there to make sure she doesn't win the same way. Sanders had a big problem six different than warren but he had a big province sixteen the every black person in america who's looking at bishop basil's endorse hillary clinton today stands new hampshire and because the party does not like the party with the party elites would refer harris or biden to warren sanders. Yes they just. I think that's a really good point and i would..

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"bishop basil" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

12:01 min | 11 months ago

"bishop basil" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"Whatever the reason it does suggest that the relationship between those factions and the larger party is different between the two parties perry as has elizabeth warren has gained steadily in the polls. Does it seem like concerns about her quote. Unquote electability have subsided at all. I mean <unk>. I read these polls to say more people think she's electable than they did six months ago i i read them but i don't dubious about them. I know we're data vocalist website but if you ask regular people and you just go to south carolina tomorrow ask people what are can warn a harris win. They'll say are you are. Are you insane. We just watched hillary lose. The women can't win as a really deep feeling among democrats and i think that's our biggest barrier. Is it more about her ideology or hurt gender at this point. Does it seem those questions. I think as people say it's got her ideology because that's safe to say in columns in on t._v. The actual voters talk about gender lock. They don't know much about ideology. I think we underestimate the truly elite pessimistic streak running through the democratic primary electorate in general just the idea of people not voting tilly for what they want in their hearts but what their brain tells them they should do because they're sort of trying to seek out other people want and yes i mean i think there's there's just just a lot of pessimism about who can win and where america is right now after hillary clinton and after obama's presidency i was interviewed by a <hes> vogue reporter declares point the the the sheet mica telling claire last week that i appeared in vogue doug with <hes> taylor swift wasn't yeah mica and taylor swift same and hit him hit the same day. I don't know if my quotas cover stories yeah one of us one of us <hes> but the the conceit of the article was about democrats who are resigned signed trump winning reelection which i think there is this streak in the in the democratic party of deep pessimism about what voters are ready for and i actually thought that the premise of the article is interesting because i mean it's not crazy bias to have the trump might well win the election. I mean he is the sitting the president know if he has a very good shot of winning. That's not crazy to think. It's like preordained. This is not supported. What at at this point can we do. The numbers tell us about how people view warren's electability. They view her as as not as electable as as people like biden right in our even or even like bernie i think bernie's viewed as more electable than warn is yeah and i think i mean we actually haven't talked his. I think in part because there's there's been a lot of talk about race right and joe biden and harrison booker how they're going after joe biden's <hes> supporting the black community and we think we've he's like we haven't talked about sexism for awhile but to go back to the idea of electability yeah like member twenty sixteen like a lot of people there was there was was a lot of sexism and like odd nauseam from all the dudes who follow us on twitter. I got like well. Where's the numbers on that and it's like well you can't you can't apply apply numbers to sexism everywhere some of just like lies deep in your hearts but also like but there is but this is not a crazy thing to think that some of the electability notions surrounding elizabeth warren has to do with like she talks she talks kind of annoying and she reminds me of my teacher like people do like people people listening to this podcast might be like that sounds crazy but people say that stuff and people feel that stuff so yeah i just think if you went to the republican convention it in two thousand sixteen and sell the number number of signs that called hillary clinton a bitch you probably wouldn't question the exult to and worse and worse yeah section with him but just to put some numbers to what gail in a yougov survey asked people to select each candidate they felt could beat trump and warren was ranked second behind biden far behind biden sixty sixty. One percent of people picked biden forty six percent picked warren. Thank him harrison sanders at forty three percent and it was a survey in which you could just mark whoever you thought you can pick as many as you want and then a <hes> a monmouth poll from june asked people to assign a number value from zero to ten each candidate's electability and worn place third at six point four behind biden at seven point one and sanders at six point point five now. I think a lot of that perry's point is just like as her support has grown in the polls for choice support. There's more people i think are inclined signed to answer positively on warren's behalf in other poll questions such as these but look like. I don't know this is such a tricky conversation but like we know that all else being equal on average candidates further from the ideological center do have more trouble in general general elections. That's just true you know. Will it apply to warren if she's the nominee in twenty twenty. I don't know we also know that as claire said ed. There's a deep sexism within this country that manifest itself in a lotta ways now study showed that when women run they win win at at a rate equal with men right in similar conditions but all those studies are of councils house races and senate races and gubernatorial toya races and i think there are reasons to suspect that running for president is different but it's very hard to predict how how that will play out in in fact. It's hard enough to predict how that will play out that like i don't you know the probably safest best not to make a bunch of assumptions about who is electable in and who isn't. I don't think we know oh you make an asset of you and me exactly right also because at least at a you when you look at two thousand sixteen of course hillary clinton won that nomination relatively easily and came very very very close to winning the presidency and so to take that information and then say there's no way a woman could win feels like over emphasizing one part of the data and not allowing other parts of the data to speak as well no absolutely but i think this is sort of tied into other issues which is that there is a divide in the democratic party between it's it's sort of left left in its left center and audible. Don't warns big problem also is that i think he's gonna have a real problem. She wins iowa new hampshire. Also that the the a certain part of the party endorsed anybody else who's standing there to make sure she doesn't win the same way. Sanders had a big problem six different than warren but he had a big province sixteen the every black person in america who's looking at bishop basil's endorse hillary clinton today stands new hampshire and because the party does not like the party with the party elites would refer harris or biden to warren sanders. Yes they just. I think that's a really good point and i would. I think if people want to know a little bit more about sort sort of <hes> i would call it like the intellectual arguments on the centre-left with warren you go into the the the new yorker did a profile of her back in june. Can elizabeth warren win in at all some of it is like sort of like your basic life story profile thing but once you get like maybe halfway through there are some really interesting paragraphs that are from people who are sort of giving the what's the academic answer to why the wealth tax might not work and i think it's an interesting preview. Perhaps of what what will see more of in maybe the later democratic primary if she keeps doing well or the general election in certain spheres can can she win the democratic primary i mayor without making at least some inroads with block letters no right. I mean she's got voters. Are only i mean that is really only wet twenty-five percent electorates so yes she can't do that without she can't lose weitz without degrees and black voters which is what she's doing now so so i think it's both in but you know i think you're right perry that like numerically sure she could put together a coalition that gets her above fifty percent combining very liberal white voters college educated white voters with let's say some non college white voters. Let's say some hispanic voters. Blockbusters are such an important part of the constituency though that i do you know how i do think as i said earlier. One advantage warrant has over over the burning campaign fine. I think she will be more acceptable to the party. Establishment will the party establishment be okay with a candidate who who hasn't shown any any appeal to with black voters. You know one reason hilary clinton lost in two thousand sixteen was black turnout was down. I don't i don't know the answer to this. I'd miss curious like you know how much well officials demand hey. If you wanna be our nominee you gotta shown ability to win. Non white voters generally and black voters in particular one problem with the whole electability conversation that i valued challenging. I don't think i talked to voters. I don't think we're they know we're talking about like the scenario area which warren has a thirty percent chance but biden is a fifty percent chance is different from biden has fifty three and warren has fifty nine and it's different than warren has seventy five and biden says eighty three and part of these actions are are harmed by the fact that we don't have sort of a baseline so some of you asked me i think it's more in the fifties for both the fifties roll them but right now at least but i think a lot of voters are not sure if it's like thirty or seventy and i think it this way it's a little hard to talk about is the choice between a slight risk warrants more or less than she's a woman. She's obviously less electable than biden us not very controversial so so i mean the question is like how much less elected. I think people are really struggling with that question because we don't really have a good answer to it and you're talking about in head to head against trump like people are conceptualizing realizing as biden would have a seventy percent chance to win against trump and warren would have thirty when really probably get differences. Likability are much more minute. That's an interesting point of. I'm not saying that i'm just saying people having different. Whether you're assumption is it's seventy for one person eighty the other thirty forty or warren oren will lose it. Biden will win obviously shapes the primary much differently. I don't think the prize people that are more leftward. Candidate is more risky with they. Don't know how much more risky the ski right and the thing is at this point even if you asked us to come up with some kind of like data answer to this you had pulling at this point isn't very useful so we literally couldn't tell you and not only that but i you know i think it's fair to say we know something about how the lay person thinks about probabilities <hes> and not be an asshole but you know you're talking to mike but they they don't think about probabilities in in fine detail in like fifty five percent for fifty one percent so my my supposition opposition from talking to people but also just from like experiencing how people think about probabilities is that in their head. It probably is oh even if it's not articulated this way. Oh biding has an eighty percent chance to beat trump and warren has a ten percent chance all right well of course this is a conversation we'll continue to have but let's move on because we have another topic to talk about which is the aftermath of the mass shootings in dayton and i'll pass and we'll get to that in just a minute but first today's as podcast is brought.

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"bishop basil" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"bishop basil" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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