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Evo Morales Returns to Bolivia to Cheers — and Worries

Democracy Now! Audio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Evo Morales Returns to Bolivia to Cheers — and Worries

"In bolivia former president. Evo morales has returned to his country after one year in exile following a right-wing military coup that overthrew morales last november thousands of supporters celebrated morales triumphant return as he crossed into bolivia by foot through the border with argentina where he'd been living since last year. This is morale speaking to his throngs of supporters. Yesterday bluto see fight continues while imperialism and capitalism exists. The struggle of the people will continue convinced of that. But there's an sisters. Evo morales has returned follows. The swearing in of luis arce as the new bolivian precedent and the return of morales maas party to power

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Bolivia appears to shift back left as Morales party claims victory after election

Democracy Now! Audio

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Bolivia appears to shift back left as Morales party claims victory after election

"We're beginning today show in Bolivia where former President Evo Morales political party Moss is claiming victory in Sunday's presidential election. The results of the twice-postponed election have not been officially announced, but the centrist former president Carlos Mesa conceded defeat Monday as exit polls show Luis Arce has won over half of the vote giving. Him An outright win if confirmed it, we'll put the. Socialist Party back in power putting an end to the far right government which overthrew Evo Morales and Aku November two thousand nineteen protests have rocked Bolivia for months. Now, calling out the right wing governments use of military and police repression and violence against indigenous communities at a news conference, Monday and blender site search and Tina former President Morales, responded to the election's outcome. Bones. Sooner or later we're going to return to Bolivia that's not up for debate. Is Eight. And yes. They are many processes which are part of a dirty war and so many lies. Maleable Janas Bolivian brothers and sisters with experience and with Lucho. President once again would bring Bolivia forward. Pig Bolivia. In a short time, Bolivia will once again be enshrouded in economic growth like we had goes on. It's only gonNA we into political. This is the only political movement, the movement towards socialism. Political Instrument for sovereignty for the people that has a vision for the country has a program. That's why we won easily. That's former Bolivian President Evo Morales president-elect, Luis Arce of the Maas Party responding to the election results. Says Open recovered. We have recovered the mysticism this process, the people have made this possible with their discipline recovered this process exchange for all.

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Morales aide claims victory in Bolivia's election redo

BBC World Service

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Morales aide claims victory in Bolivia's election redo

"The Socialist candidate Luis Arce looks set to win Bolivia's presidential election without the need for a runoff. Exit polls suggest he's won more than 52% of the vote. His Nicholas, Russia. If the results predicted by the exit polls are confirmed with SARS is Socialist Party will have made a remarkable comeback on Lee. Last year, It's veteran leader, former President Evo Morales went into exile after an election that was annulled because of fraud allegations. Not yet clear whether Mr Morales will return to Bolivia for the time being, though Mr Darcy has made it clear he'll try to heal the bitter divisions on govern for all Bolivians at the time when the country is facing a difficult economic

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Morales aide claims victory in Bolivia's election redo

What A Day

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Morales aide claims victory in Bolivia's election redo

"Bolivians took to the polls yesterday to vote for their next president. The election which was delayed twice due to the pandemic comes after last year's contested election that led former President Morales to resign and flee the country amid mass protests and allegations of a coup voters are largely choosing between two candidates. Luiz Arce is Morales's former economics minister, and Carlos Mesa a centrist former president even though morales is not running, the election is seen as a referendum on him and his leftist. and. Could Signal the future of socialism in Bolivia and around the region Morales was the country's first indigenous president and during his time in office Bolivia's poverty rate fell from sixty percent to thirty five percent yet in recent years, many of his supporters began to abandon him amid allegations of corruption and misuse of power including his decision to run for a fourth term. Last year results of Sunday's election could take days to come in and observers say that no matter the result large swath of the country are expected to be angry with the potential for violence.

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Bolivia Prepares For Its Long-Awaited Presidential Election

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Bolivia Prepares For Its Long-Awaited Presidential Election

"Olivia's presidential election is tomorrow on the atmosphere surrounding it may sound familiar fears of voter fraud, worries about violence and a deeply polarized country. As NPR's Philip Reefs reports. Lender. Yannis is getting ready for Bolivia's election day in the same way you prepare for an earthquake. She's stocking up. Ah, Rose can tell their soul guard. She says. She's bought lots of rice and sugar and plans to slaughter a cow to feed her three kids in case the shops ran out of meat. Yannis is in Bolivia's capital, La Paz. Talking to NPR from a gas station. She's lining up to buy emergency fuel supplies. Just in case there's violence and everything shuts down. People are desperate, says Yannis. They don't know what might happen in the next few days. Bolivians go to the polls tomorrow amid an unprecedented crisis, the pandemics causing havoc so our politics in my three decades of writing and studied Bolivia, I have never seen it. This polarized. Eduardo Gamarra is professor of politics at Florida International University in Miami. He's from Bolivia and believes the countries at a crossroads, its really going through a major transition to either a more stable Bolivia or an incredibly incredible Unstable set of years to come tomorrow says if the first round is tight, and there are allegations of fraud, it could be very dangerous, very, very dangerous because it's in fact, a repetition of last year's scenario he's talking about last November. That's when evil Morales was driven from power after 14 years. Morales was Bolivia's first indigenous president, a Socialist admired by leftists worldwide. He stepped down amid mass protests triggered by US supported allegations that he rigged last year's election. Morales was replaced by an unelected interim president, Jenny Anya's Ah, hardline conservative Christian Morale is his supporters took to the streets, accusing her of a coup. Anya's crackdown. 23 people were killed after government security forces

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Evo Morales: Exiled Bolivian ex-president accused of rape

Commonwealth Club

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

Evo Morales: Exiled Bolivian ex-president accused of rape

"Corruption scandal in Mexico has deepened after each document implicated three former president and other senior officials. The allegations come from the testimony off Amelia Lowe Soya, the previous head of Mexico State oil company who is on trial for primary Bolivia's Justice Ministry has filed a criminal complaint against the exiled former President Evo Morales for statutory rape and human trafficking. It follows media allegations of a relationship with a young woman who was underage at the time BBC news

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Brothers allowed black widow to sting them believing they'd turn into Spider-Man

Chicks On the Right

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Brothers allowed black widow to sting them believing they'd turn into Spider-Man

"Three young Bolivian brothers were hospitalized after getting bit by a Black Widow spider thank you and turn them into spider man my they shouldn't one purpose no no how old how old is the Marvel comic loving siblings ages twelve ten and eight found the spider while herding goats oh my gosh it would break bring them super hero powers they prodded it with a stick until it beat each of them and what happened to them my god they went to the hospital with fevers tremors and muscle pains they were successfully treated and discharged

"bolivians" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:37 min | 8 months ago

"bolivians" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"For the day Bolivians to four through five each of you look not only to his own interests but also to the interests of others I have this in mind among yourselves which is yours in Christ Jesus grenade rounds as a leader is someone who holds her or himself accountable for finding the potential in people and in processes this is the Dave Ramsey show thank you for joining us can Coleman is my cohost today Ramsey personality Paul is with us and Paul is in Florida Hey Paul how are you doing good okay have a good day I am brother how can we help though it okay so recently I got the position looked pretty poor motives or manager I work for a very large pest control company in Florida and in the United States and I was what we were planning on they were planning on moving meets in Orlando so their new base that's opening up but then they just recently a position opened up at the branch that I'm currently at and so then right now I live in with my grandparents and we started your file financial peace university last month that we wrote down all of our build me Melissa network found that actually have much that we were in that kind of shocked us and so we were wondering she would make the move to Orlando and go ranch or should we say with my grandparents and save up the money a little bit confused you got the same option the same offered career wise in both locations yes okay so why would you want to move to Orlando would you rather be there than the city that you're in hello is this we were just wondering like well how old where you know what I was reading one of our listeners to your podcast that that that that's the Val and so we weren't sure if we should which we should do so is living with the grandparents how much money are you saving right now so let's just take the idea here if we took the Orlando job you had to rent a place in Orlando how much money saving by staying and living with their grandparents while getting out of debt so overseeing the probably be around the thousand dollars three hundred a month okay in rent yes the thirteen hundreds that we set yeah twelve hundred thousand twelve okay so that there's your number you got to look at and so you know that that they need to plug it in your numbers and you know is it that big of a challenge for you how much will it delay you paying off your debt getting through your debt snowball if you were to take the Orlando job what your household income it's about a thirty five right now does your wife work outside the home she she works call us to work for I need to design company well you get a bump with this managerial position yeah I would be getting the increased okay that's at either location right media the same here only got you can take the same manager job in Orlando or what or the city that you're currently in correct that's correct so there's no advantage to moving I mean you could move out a grandparent's house to stay in that city the friendship and that city sorry yeah actually it's it's cheaper and okay what city are you in one in port St Lucie yeah okay well I mean it's just here's a thing where do you want to be five years from now and the the way the career works and the check in the area but become a third major thirteen stand in like after that I could become a branch manager at one of the branches in the US this so that's the goal correct yeah yeah I mean I personally Dave I'd stay with their grandparents because I'm saving money for giving us that opportunity for short amount of time how long would you stay with them to get this debt paid off what's it look like time one time one was well I'm not sure it's the right now we you know okay how much longer would you stay so we probably we will we have about thirty.

Immune boosting

Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

06:24 min | 10 months ago

Immune boosting

"To incredibly easy things you can do to start building your immune system. I we're GONNA talk about an herb called a strike unless route and then I'm going to give you a recipe for a morning elixir that you can drink every morning. The first thing in the morning that will absolutely build up your immune system. Now if you've listened to some of my past episodes then you probably have heard me talk about. The fact that I tend to have chronic bronchitis throughout my life about two or three times a year I would normally get sick with this horrible upper respiratory infection and as I got older. It would seem to last even longer leaving me with up horrible choking cough for over a month. However once I got into health and wellness I started to learn about various types of herbs and benefit of herbs. One of the most talked about herbs in the wellness and herbal community a strategy less root for building your immunities for the last four years. I've been taking it along with a healthy eating lifestyle and I can honestly say I haven't had a coal or an upper respiratory problem. It really does work for me. So here's what is known about Australia. Less wrote a strike US route. It comes from a type of bean or lagoon. While there are multiple species of stragglers route. Most struggle is supplements contain a struggle against member nations. Now the herb is set to offer multiple health benefits or multiple conditions including heart benefits a strike. Ls route is thought to stimulate the immune system. It has anti oxidant benefits that inhabit free radical production in the body free radical damages the cells and are linked to many health problems associated with aging. There is no known way to stop free radicals completely. A strike list is a natural dietary supplement. That is used for various health conditions. For instant it's used to treat the common cold and upper respiratory infections it's also been used for FIBROMYALGIA and diabetes some proponents of a struggle us. Route use it for it's possible heart benefits as they claim it may protect against heart disease. It's also used to help improve overall weakness. A strike los route is often promoted for its effects on the immune system liver and cardiovascular system. There is so little research to suggest that it can help protect the heart and humans. More research is needed before. Experts can make any firm recommendations about using this herb for its heart benefits. A strikus is usually taken in combination with other herbal supplements or when used appropriately this healing. Herb appears to be very safe and to have few side effects very high doses may suppress the immune system. So you should avoid using a strike us route if you're taking immunosuppressant drugs and always before you take any herbal supplement. Talk to your healthcare professional now also today. I'd like to share with you a very easy drink that you can make really easy with just two ingredients and drink it in the morning the first thing in the morning before you eat anything. I'm going to be reading to you an article I today and then I'm GonNa tell you what those two ingredients are. I'm going to give a recipe for this drink. Today's article comes from the alternative daily. Now many of us have morning routines that are wonderfully healthy practices meditation in the morning of few yoga poses. A brisk walk around the neighborhood or delicious fruit infused smoothie daily routines are vital health and happiness and this is especially true at the start of our day. Now how about a quick and simple glass of warm lemon water with Himalayan salt or high-quality sea? Salt this simple drink and booster morning health and wellness and is Osso so easy to make a there are number of professional athletes and Bolivians who start their morning with Lemon and salt water which may say something about its effectiveness. Did you know that? Just a ten ounce glass of warm lemon with Himalayan. Salt or high-quality saw in the morning can increase her immune function. It can also decrease uric acid to fight inflammation improve digestion balance. Your overall body. These benefits can be attributed to the vitamin C content of lemon juice as well as to the essential minerals contained in the hammill. Asault this simple morning. Drink promotes vitality health an overall wellness and nave and improve your sex drive so now today let's take a close look at the nineteen balancing benefits of Water Lemon and salt all in one cup. Lemons are an excellent for fighting inflammation. Lemons can help. Dissolve the uric acid in your joints also have been found to help build and repair tendons ligaments and bones. This anti inflammatory property may be especially beneficial for people with Are

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Juana Azurduy de Padilla: The Mother of Bolivian Independence

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:51 min | 1 year ago

Juana Azurduy de Padilla: The Mother of Bolivian Independence

"Today's warrior is considered the mother of Bolivia independence. She let the fight for indigenous peoples even when it meant risking her own life. She was heroic unafraid and fiercely determined. We're talking about WANNA ascertain traded Padilla. Qana was born in seventeen eighty two an indigenous mother and Spanish father in Shuki Sokha. which at the time was considered upper Peru? Wanda's mother died when WANNA was seven so she became particularly close with her father. He encouraged her to learn skills that we're not typical for women in colonial society including sharp shooting and riding with these skills she was able to accompany him to work where she met and bonded with indigenous laborers she even became fluent and catch Wa. I'm Mara to indigenous languages. Uh when she was around twelve years old Wanda's father died leaving her an orphan she was sent away to a convent to become a nun. But unlike the other Thir Sisters WanNa had a particular affinity for the battlefield she looked up to Joan of arc and talked about her dreams of becoming a warrior clearly. had a rebellious streak by the time she was seventeen. Quanta was expelled. An order to leave the convent. She returned to her late father's village and spent more time with the indigenous people. There many of whom worked in the silver mines. The hours were grueling. Physically labor intensive WanNa witnessed the harsh realities of that work and eventually she became a dedicated supporter of the Indigenous Revolutionary Movement. At the age of twenty five. You've been married Manuel Sense. Yo Padilla. Who shared her love of the indigenous people of what's now Bolivia together? They joined the Shuki Soccer Revolution. An uprising against the governor of quotas hometown during the battle WANNA was imprisoned but fortunately soon thereafter are after. She was rescued by her husband. Manuel together they escaped and joined an army that fought against the Spanish occupation of Upper Peru ultimately sadly they were defeated and imprisoned for a second time once again Montreal successfully rescued her in eighteen. Twelve WANNA And Manoel helped the head of the northern army recruit thousands of troops WANNA had a knack for recruiting and managed to convince many indigenous people and women to join join the 'cause she got to live out her dream of being a military leader. Who WanNa let a group of indigenous people called the locals who fought against? It's the Spanish forces and one ahead of the army was so impressed by WanNa and her leadership that he awarded her Valuable Sword Quanta and Manoel then engaged phase of guerrilla warfare in eighteen. Sixteen Quantum lead thirty cavalry to attack the Spanish forces they succeeded and obtained their standard and rifles. They also captured the main source of Spanish silver a symbolic victory given in his previous anger at seeing the endless toil of the indigenous people as they labored for the material that victory let wanted to be promoted to lieutenant colonel that same year during the battle of Laguna quantum was injured. Manuel was captured and killed when he tried to help. Her QUANTA was devastated after she recovered from her injury she tried to attack the Spanish in an effort to recover Manoel's body and failed. Why continue to fight with determination and fearlessness? She was appointed to a high position in the army and legend. Has It that just a few UH hours. After giving birth to her fourth child she returned to the battlefield despite her loyalty to what was eventually a successful 'cause Qantas died impoverished in eighteen. Sixty two she was eighty two years old after her commander had passed away in eighteen. Twenty one Quanta was laughed with no money and the newly minted Bolivian government declined to return items that had been taken from her while she was imprisoned. The famous liberator Simone Bolivar said of her this country should not be named Bolivia and my honor. But Padilla or other because it was day day who made it free WanNa is remembered for her heroism to this day she became a symbol of bravery determination and hope she tirelessly fought for the independence events of others even though it left her alone and impoverished. She was a warrior in every sense of the term

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The Battle of Yungay - January 20, 1839

This Day in History Class

03:32 min | 1 year ago

The Battle of Yungay - January 20, 1839

"The Day was January twentieth. Eighteen thirty nine the battle of Yoon Guy. The last battle of the war of the confederation occurred near Guy Peru. The battle resulted in the dissolution of the Peruvian Bolivian. Confederation in eighteen thirty six President Andres they Santa Cruz of Bolivia via united the two states Peru with Bolivia General Ramon Herrera was president and South Peru. Louise Jose Day Order Bego so with President in North North Peru and General Jose. Miguel Dave Alaska was made president of Bolivia. Santa Cruz declared himself protector of the confederation. A lifetime time and hereditary office many Western powers recognized the new Peruvian Bolivia and confederation but she lay which already had strained relations since with Peru. Over the course of cow and evolve. Padre Pio was a wary of the confederation and its potential power existing high tensions between Chile. Ah Peru plus dispute over customs duties in loans plus concerns over military and commercial power led to the war of the Confederation in August of eighteen thirty. Six Chile seized three of the Confederation's ships at CAL. Santa Cruz tried to negotiate with to a rather urban go to war to set up a treaty with several terms one of which was dissolving the confederation. Santa Cruz refused to dissolve the Confederation Racin and to lay declared war December of that year the next year Argentina also declared war the confederation though Chile and Argentina China did not join forces in the fight to was supported by Peruvians who were opposed to Santa Cruz but to lay suffered losses in the beginning. The first expedition from Chile led by Admiral Manuel Blanco and Kaleida was unsuccessful. In Collado was forced to sign a peace treaty and return to Chile but the government rejected. The treaty broke it. It organized a second expedition sending an army to invade Peru though Santa Cruz advance on the two lanes. The ladder gathered Peruvian dissidents to join their cause along the way in early January of eighteen thirty nine. Today's forces in Santa Cruz forces met at the battle between in which both countries have claimed a win later that month the two sides met at guy by a town in north central Peru. After six hours of combat to lead to feed it the confederates at the battle of new guy. On January twentieth eighteen thirty nine. This was the decisive battle of the war. Santa Cruz exiled himself and

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Mexico says Bolivia harassing its diplomats in La Paz

All Things Considered

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Mexico says Bolivia harassing its diplomats in La Paz

"Mexico's as Bolivia's security agents continue to surround its diplomatic compounds in the south American country's capital is an peers Carrie Kahn reports Mexico has given refuge to as many as thirty officials of the government of former president evo Morales Mexico made its complaints to the organization of American states condemning what it called unacceptable behavior by Bolivian authorities toward Mexico's ambassador and its diplomatic personnel believing agent stop the car the Mexican ambassador and attempted to search it Bolivia's former president Dave a moralis an icon for the left in Latin America resigned from office last November after a wave of protests rocked the country opponents accuse moralis of massive voter fraud moralis was granted asylum in Mexico officials in this administration have been holed up in Mexico's embassy in La Paz ever since Bolivia's foreign minister says her country would not violate Mexico's rights and will not enter the diplomatic compound Kerry con NPR news Mexico

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Prosecutors order arrest of Bolivian ex-President Morales

All Of It

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Prosecutors order arrest of Bolivian ex-President Morales

"An arrest warrant has been issued for Bolivia's former president evo Morales he's wanted by the country's public prosecutor Mister Morales is currently in Argentina seeking asylum after he lost the support of the ministry and resigned in November a Latin America's at its kind these pants told me more about the charges everyone else is being accused of sedition and terrorism by the interim government in Bolivia ministers made public last month and audio recording of a phone call with the voice of a man appeared to be talking and he was talking to a cocoa union leader instructing him to organize blockades of a town to stop food supplies going in and of course the soldier hasn't been independently verified and Mister Morris has denied these charges and he said he's saying that he was set top forced to leave when the minute you make created lost the support after the presidential elections and and this Ole is a right wing coup but this does seem to look like a surgeon to sideline him and keep him out of the country at this very key time when they try to set up a new election so the time to sideline has got any support in Bolivia he retains a very strong following and particularly with his own supporters which is very large he was in power for some fourteen years and his party the moss has a majority in the Congress of Mister Mullis has said he won't be a candidate in the next elections which are being organize possibly and probably in the coming months but he has been invited to run the come the election campaign and it does look like a vote will put his weight behind it and you can do that so he will play question important role when is election dates do you come is going to be going to controversial in Chile if he's in the sidelines as will have power and be directed from the back a very difficult situation for the interim government tonight's hits president Shinin on yes has not been behaving like as an interim president which are normally that to organize election she has been engaged in the diplomatic and foreign policy issues spoken relations within a suite on Cuba which are too old allies of ever more now this is established relations with the US which is not being in place between Bolivia for at least over a decade and also there's been a campaign out to paint a room around this is a power crazed authoritarian and this is a time when she or the any opposition would have to tread very carefully with this big majority of massing Congress at the moment so there's a question there about where this interim government sees itself in the coming months Candice

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Evo Morales leaves Mexico on 'temporary' trip to Cuba

BBC World Service

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Evo Morales leaves Mexico on 'temporary' trip to Cuba

"The former Bolivian president evo Morales his travel to Cuba from Mexico where he's been granted political asylum the trip has been described as temporary to visit to team of Cuban don't says who had treated him in the past but the BBC correspondent in Mexico says there's speculation he may choose to travel long to Bolivia's neighbor Argentina when you left wing governments is set to take office Mister Morales resigned last month following protests over a disputed

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Bolivian lawmakers approve new elections, bar ex-president

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Bolivian lawmakers approve new elections, bar ex-president

"To Bolivia now where lawmakers have passed a bill paving the way for new elections after weeks of violent unrest NPR's Philip reeve says the legislation means that former president ever moralis cannot run it's been two weeks since moralis fell from power amid mass protests of allegations that he rigged last month's election to win a fourth term since then his supporters have blockaded roads they've held big demonstrations against the interim president to replace but Alice thousands have been killed or injured in clashes with security forces who opened fire on crowds now the might be a breakthrough Bolivia's Congress is controlled by the Socialist Party of malice yet both houses unanimously agreed to a bill the denials the last election and lays the ground for a new vote it sets term limits preventing moralis from running the date will be set by a new electoral tribunal once that's

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Bolivian lawmakers approve new elections, bar ex-president

Red Eye Radio

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

Bolivian lawmakers approve new elections, bar ex-president

"Bolivian lawmakers unanimously approved a measure calling for new presidential elections that would exclude ousted leader even

"bolivians" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"bolivians" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

"The Viking was like Monty Python movie never monty python the guys for money there was a kingdom at the end where like they're on an island and literally look the water rises and sixty entire island and they did it to the very last thing. This isn't isn't happening where we were just pretending. It's not happening literally as underwater. And that's the centers. It's amazing to watch is extracted extracted from the headlines. Massive off literally. Just get the math wrong when they're covering him. He's not yeah. It's like that Stalin famous image image with person Trotsky cut out. I see I see you know so much of our you know the color revolutions and the regime change range operations in American contemporary political campaigns and Pete Buddha judge reminds me kind of like one Guido. This woman Janine says in Bolivia who she won four point five percent of the vote in order to get elected and now she's sort of self declared president one go became president of the National Assembly getting elected with very few votes one of the least populous states in Venezuela And people to judge I think one eighty five hundred votes to be elected mayor of south spend and actually lost all of the black districts in the Democratic primary And now he's polling at the top Iowa is being pushed to the top up and yeah and then what does he done to earn that. Well the media decided he was Surging and they kept saying it and they keep saying it and then you have people who here who aren't bad people per se although I don't understand people who get excited my him because I don't know what they're excited by except for his his woodchuck Shenice Qua- which we've we've talked about but anyway he doesn't uneven of what big structural Bailey his big structural teeth so but He he yeah it's like they keep saying he's surging and then and you have good natured. People who don't really understand it and they hear it and then they think he's a viable candidate so I have a theory that why this you're going to why this is great news for you and and maybe all of us but the footage twins in Iowa that's great for Bernie Sanders I'll really because he wins if he wins in Iowa he can't win in South Carolina. Oh yeah yeah because he just made it created. Some Phantom Black voted talked about zero with black voters in Iowa so there are zero black voters in Iowa. I'm sorry in South Carolina. Yeah he's he's pulling a zero so if Buddha twins Iowa then the democratic credit vote is going is going to be fractured. Because the because the he can't win in one of the next key states so it's going to be the same situation that happened when trump the you the person who has a consistent big base of support in every state right when you be the one that's going to be mostly to win and that's that would be burning in that situation so if it ends up being split between Buddha Warren and buying you know if it's four people Bernie would have the clearest past issue we start doing campaign work for. I don't know it's an interesting development. I wouldn't have thought that until which is leached recent surge which came comes out. It's true Chris Cillizza who spends like a quarter of his time talking about how Buddha judge number three yeah he. I don't know what I mean. It's weird. He is like Buddha judge. Math or bondage should be looking group of conventional wisdom. Yeah I think you're seeing a few Vino for George Wells by the way I do. Yeah he was George Wilson in turn the Democratic primaries just further example of the kind of establishment collapse. They just can't settle title on anyone who can push Bernie out and it's just great to watch. It's hilarious they just keep bringing new freaks in every day who I'd forgot forgot about duval. Patrick he he was on he was a project of David Axelrod and like basically they re purposed speeches for Obama. He gave the same speeches. I mean he's the twenty eighth person to jump into the race on the democratic side. Somebody from Ameriquest n being capital serious. It just shows that the the total lack of imagination and the inability ability to recognize that the they they can't they can't seem to figure out that none of these people are GonNa work. So here's a bold prediction. Hillary enters as a third party candidate ended against Bernie Sanders and helps Republican win. Wow God that'd be great. That would not officially predicting right. I'm just throwing that. What is your prediction sir? I I can't I can't make one I just think we'll just see further You know evidence of establishment collapsed contradictions. Exploding trump's base has narrowed no doubt substantially. And there's a lot of energy against trump so democratic. Turnout could put anyone over the top. But it's hard to imagine Elizabeth Warren matching up well against against trump It's hard to imagine Joe Biden. You know not sunsetting like the Patriot. Act Comeback Yeah. Joe Biden's just I sort of get on the phone on a phone on. What did what did he say? China record turn on the record player but then he says get get on the phone and nobody heard him say he starts talking to your kids. Four thousand people talk to their kids do so kids I mean what is he's black kids. Poor kids I mean black kids. I mean it's just it's just a comedy show. I'm glad he's out there. I almost feel sorry for him. Yeah V. wasn't such a heinous person I never met a war he didn't like he proposed bulldozing raves. He's he he might God really been Lee he gave this delivered. This rant on the Senate floor calling. For we're an enforced. A Crack House policy on these raves bring out the bulldozers and destroy the raves. That's it was like Ariel Sharon coming coming down on like a refugee camp of raves. Like a madman inch on a bulldozer. He actually eulogized Ariel Sharon at his funeral and referred to him fondly as the bulldozer. I could says Oh but I think this is more of a local problem. If I were governor of my state or mayor of my town I would be passing new ordinances relating to stiff criminal penalties for anyone new hell to rave the promoter the guy who owned the building. I put the son of a gun in jail. I would change the law. The we're afraid to do that because we affect commercial interests they get. Cut a shaky. When we do that I would be moving vigorously? It's no you can ask. My cops are going to come and testify and you know your folks. There is no doubt about where these raves are. In the middle of the desert third arrest the promoter find a rationale unrelated to drugs keeping an unsafe. For example. I'm the Guy Walk through the crack House legislation. We can use a crack house legislation to tear down these buildings. Just bring bring them into the desert bring basically fabricator rationale and you know we can we. We make fun. The Russian Elson Shirts Biden. Twenty Twenty Chevelle rash. I'm Oh my God. We just got the winning. We're going to have we have to make Yeah the bleeding. I talking about the crack House legend on a less funny. No He's talking about the crack House. Legislation is this whole like write establishment freak out about crack houses. And you know being. I was thinking about Biden when I was. I'm doing my little two day. Hiatus jail seeing seventy young black men in a cage for basically being poor doing nothing thing. That's Biden's legacy brag about. You bragged about it. He rammed that through in the in the Senate and so he needs to be every minor major crime. Bill has this the senator's name on it. Yeah what Kamala Harris did in her little. Da Position Biden on a national level. And that's his legacy he. He opened doors for people like Comma Harris yes. She was open prison doors. Those prison doors. We open them to get people back. Ah What are the rat. Establish a rat refined rushing so yeah I don't really have a prediction and that if you had to bet on the field or or or somebody who's not currently in the race question to win the presidency next year would you bet on. I'm not I'm not. I'm not. I'm just not going to do that. Not Congratulate you take your prediction seriously. I prefer to bet on myself. And that's about it like if you WANNA play one on one like I'll bet on myself it's uh this is the hardest gambling election of all time. I don't think it's even close like the because it just as you say trump spaces smaller the numbers look bad for him right now if you're just looking at the polls but it's just impossible to imagine him one on one against almost anybody and losing in other words like you know Bernie. I can see winning a BR- broadcasting but Warren Biden. It's just so hard to see that. I cannot see him whenever he starts a narrative that everyone is offended by in the liberal intelligentsia about a candidate. You know that he's onto something thing that it's very fertile soil two days before Hillary Clinton collapsed on nine eleven in the heat and was like seeing trumps started started raising questions about her health. Yeah taps into the the whisper it was like how dare He. He's lying in here. He said he was being wiretapped. And they're like keys keys the conspiracy system chief. They'd have those chirons on CNN. He's being wiretapped but anyway. He's this narrative about Warren Pocahontas. Yeah that's real she. She perpetrated racial fraud and she will never be able to live at down and she potentially took advantage of an affirmative action program and replaced a qualified native American Indian student from being able to get into Harvard law. Set a lot of very weird weird dishonest plus POW big structural Bailey. I mean it's just she just kind of like a smug Dork who you could imagine. Imagine a like a administrative meeting at Harvard but I can't imagine her in a debate with trump. She wouldn't do very good against Scott Brown. She didn't even do well with Amy Goodman. I mean if that got her. So flustered if Amy Goodman got her so flustered when when she mentioned You know the order of the primaries. Yeah you see. You're on Pod Save America with this like Apparatchik Apparatchik Positive America which one of the John's on that show says that you know merge with Venezuela it's one of the cases where trump is actually right could turn to some foreign policy if that's okay okay so there is a humanitarian crisis in Venezuela people are literally starving to death hospitals..

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"bolivians" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

13:55 min | 1 year ago

"bolivians" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

"My mum. Yeah we have you on and be like what was it rich Song Poor Sons Rich Dad. Poor son Richdad PORTA. I went on Air America within once. Like a million years ago live dad left son. I mean whatever it was the Bush era and we look back I I used to go. And Rachel Maddow's their American. She's really smart. Yeah I remember meeting her ones and and I was saying how how much like this when Bush was president. And I said how much I like that Stephen Colbert as a Catholic called out like the the incoherence of Homophobia in the Bible and was based he made some point about about how like well the Bible also says that there should be adult circumcision and the barn doors closed on that with this. We're below our quota below the cutoff. If you will and I remember Rachel Maddow was like I. Don't I don't like that. I don't like politics biography and I remember being like she's smart but this is dumb point anyway back to what we're saying. It was election night so election anyway. Yeah so the Hillary Party turns I got a call from my friend voted for Hillary swing swing state by the way because he brought up. How you voted for at that time You know I probably wouldn't have made such a Glib decision but You know it's like choosing between Lupus and cancer. It's tough you best probably. Yeah I just wonder what more what Big War Hillary would have started by now At at the same time she wouldn't have done trump's trillion dollar tax cut And that's my issue with trump is that he's just a representative of the oligarchy Without without any you know you know doesn't have the democratic kind of slow motion oligarchy. Process aren't potato back to election night. I leave because because Sam Sacks and Sam night who now have the show district sentinel which I think is a Disa show at the time there at Sputnik Radio which has some good lefty shows and I went in they said? Do you WanNa talk about the election and I went in and it was basically Florida had just gone for trump. I said Donald Trump is going to be targeted with a deep state intelligence coup and Sam Sacks was like what the hell are you talking about. I think he just you know he was like why. Why are you kind of painting? Trump is a victim here like I don't like trump. I don't identify what it was obvious what was going to happen. Next in fact this neo-con Jamie Kerchief had written in the L. A. Times that the intelligence community should mount a coup against trump. Where was he getting that from? It's like he's getting that. Through Moses from the political atmosphere that he exists exists in this little neo-con hothouse Sort of a trial balloon. Yeah trial balloon good point and so obviously it happened with Russia gate erupting almost a few days after trump getting elected and also Hillary Clinton's first public statement. We can't forget what that was fake news. The scourge of fake news which is basically setting the stage for Social Media Censorship which is so weird because none of the major stories that came out that summer were really fake news? We're all real news. The media leaks anyway. So what I saw what. The women's March My my mother went to the women's March and was protesting trump's policies policies on women's reproductive rights and. I'm like that's totally legitimate. Like that's what she's always been involved in campaigning for women's reproductive rights. But I saw these other people carrying these bizarre Russia Gate signs and trump's always gay with Putin it sounds like not only is he with Putin but being as bad. I know all of a sudden like well if you look closely at those posters. It's a pregnant trump with Putin basically being the pitcher and trump's to catch your which means that our empire is being weakened weakened by this more masculine Russian right trump is a woman so it's also kind of like a sexist but also imperialists like its imperialist paranoid. They weren't weren't this wasn't the reversion of that with honecker and Gorbachev once upon a time. There sounds like Bernie Sanders Pronouncing Hanukkah. They sell it at the Berlin Wall all the poster of them making out right right right right. That's a good. Yeah that reminds me of that a lot of ways. But it's much more explicit much more so I couldn't get had into the resistance at that point. It's like when what is the resistance. Is this really resistance against trump. Were they at. I started out with the Muslim ban. And you know getting getting going going to airports and but it was co-opted and hijacked by what I think was essentially taking the lessons and the tactics of Color Revolutions Lucians in Eastern Europe and Latin America that these disinformation warriors and intelligence veterans had employed and bring it back home against Donald Trump and then setting the the stage for an intelligence coup which were still witnessing through the impeachment hearings. I mean you just look at the testimony of people like George Kent. Who says that America's traditional foreign policy we should be about turning countries like Ukraine into NATO states at Russia's doorstep and essentially having not just a Cold War with Russia that possibly a hot war and he said this is what we've done for seventy years? Well I don't agree with that. That's really dangerous but the point is these people aren't elected the the the moment for me. That was the most amazing with that for that. Was the examination of vitamin. Yeah and and the The the first questioner. I think it was Goldman. Right is saying saying. He's He's asking Veneman like I do describes what the consensus was the national security consensus and then and then veterans says Beginning aware of outside influencers who were undermining the uniform policy at this? Come from the uniform policy. Like what the fuck is that supposed to wear uniforms. Well you know. There are people in Ukraine who wear Nazi the uniforms talion George Kenton his testimony likened them to the American minutemen but he didn't mean the minute men were fighting for slavery he was the bat not the recent ones but the old ones not the like the old ones who are also fighting for sure. That's right yeah. But that's not what he meant. Then he married these Nazis our American heroes and we should arm them so raise. No one has a problem with the with trump. This is what's so great. Okay and the whole thing. The impeachment is trump putting a hold right on the security to sell to let to arm Ukraine right and and no one's upset about that no in fact that's constantly portrayed. As trump was withholding the rate vitally necessary military aid. Yes the Javelin missiles to Ukraine. Like why the hell is great about this for my show and he was just saying how pathetic it is that Donald trump what he did was he put a temporary pause on Obama's Pas on he basically for moment adopted Obama's policies right because Obama uh-huh actually decided not to go green light selling weapons to Ukraine because he didn't want to fuel this proxy war and no one is talking about that. And how maybe we don't want to arm Ukraine. That's not the issue at all. It's anything that you can find to nab trump and of course the irony is that it's never something that actually has has a strong moral case and it's never something that will reach the unmotivated base or the Obama to trump potential anti-trump anti trump voters. Right like they. Somehow the Democrats managed to focus on the entirely wrong things they were so painful and boring and we we knew this would happen. We knew that trump wouldn't be humiliated by these impeachment hearings and that no one everyone who says he would be are the same people who constantly say the walls are closing in on him. And I'm so tired of being called like Trumpian. Trump apologised for just had from. That's actually the trump left that for having a view that's actually much more effectively actively anti-trump or a plan that's much more effectively anti-trump than the people who define themselves and live and breathe as anti-trump but provide no actual actual resistance so before I get to the ultimate point. I wanted to make related to election night. That's that is such an important point because what these impeachment hearings in Russia Gate has done is. It's reduced the American public and specifically the most progressive sectors of it to spectators. And so when we have anti-war rallies in Washington. It's only you know the people who are able to see through this and whoever veteran antiwar activists you have to ask why why in a country where austerity is not only spun out against the rest of the world where it's impacted such a large percentage of the population where we are officially an oligarchy. Archy why we don't see the kind of movements that we see now in Chile in Haiti in Ecuador where they're actually forcing the hands of their government and forcing them to actually roll back back some of these brutal austerity policies against the masses of people who are just workers. Why is that part of it has to do with the fact that this fake resistance has actually supplanted the real resistance we need right because they're funded by and controlled by the rich and supported and interact with our intelligence community? CIS Goal around the world is basically to clear space for international finance. So so that's that's the tragedy that we're dealing with with right now and I don't know how we're going to recover from it but what I saw on election night sitting there. What's Salmon? Sam was because of this depressing scenario and I decided that if there is a choice between trump and literal intelligence coup where where the intelligence the FBI and all of its cutouts and the CIA gets to determine who are leadership. Is You have to go with the elected leader. Even if it's elected through the shitty electoral system you have you have to stand on a democratic principle and the people who attack you for being the trump and left their anti-democratic right. They don't want. They don't respect civilian authority and so I kind of in a way. Appreciate the trump era for bringing out that contradiction. Well I mean made. I always thought that was one of the amazing things about two thousand and sixteen like I'd covered presidential elections dating back to two thousand and four and for me. The story worry was always incredibly depressing in the sense that it was totally predictable. The whole idea was to narrow the choices of the electorate down to a a little tiny stripe where they got to choose between this and that and they can never break out of it and you saw the voters. Were getting extremely depressed by this over time trump for all of his flaws represented. You know a complete departure from that whole system right like he was he was outside of that now they made a I think they made a terrible choice. But it wasn't a choice that was within like an accepted framework right so it in a way it was an affirmation of democracy in this crazy way. Yeah right yeah I mean and he was reaching people directly through. TV shows the reality TV contrary. Similar to Vladimir's Alinsky in Ukraine. Who is the only only person in that country possible of making peace in a proxy war where the US is just treating Ukrainians like bullet stoppers and devastating people in eastern Ukraine rain? Only someone like that could start this peace process and he's facing a similar attack Of what it's from the far right As well as the kind of NGO apparatus the US is set up to prevent that peace process. That's partly what these Ukraine Gate hearings are about as well. There's always an echo of foreign policy and all of these domestic spectacles anti-trump spectacles And Bernie Sanders. has actually demonstrated a much demonstrated much more spine on foreign policy in this primary campaign. He's being kind of ignored. Because I think you came right out and said the thing was a coup it looked like a coup then he said it is a coup. Yeah but you know. I'm like the last person yes he was far them. We gotta talk about Elizabeth Elizabeth. His staff is his staff is really on point. They are He's playing to win this time. And I think that if he somehow gets the nomination nation I don't know what the path for it is. But you know he's obviously the only candidate was an actual movement behind him. We're going to see the same campaign run against him. That's been run against Jeremy Corbyn. And you know everyone watching this now. can read a very British coup by Chris Mullin's or go on Youtube and watch the British film made about it for free And it will tell you. It's it's the game plan for what's being used against Jeremy Corbyn but it was is a fictional science fiction book in the late seventies written in the UK about a socialist prime minister coming to power nationalizing industry with massive public public support ending the Trident nuclear system in Scotland Rolling Back British neo imperialism and he comes under attack from an M. Emma five coup spun out through the media That's exactly what's happening with Corbis. Exactly what's happening with Bernie with what what will happen with Bernie but but for now the strategy is to ignore him until they can piece together a narrative and it'll be run by many of the same elements that have run. This campaign against the odious is figure. Donald trump the other. The campaign of reminds me of remember the movie Erik..

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Bolivian officials accuse Evo Morales of terrorism, sedition

The World

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Bolivian officials accuse Evo Morales of terrorism, sedition

"But if he is interim government has accused the ousted president evo Morales of sedition and terrorism Mr others who fled to Mexico after weeks of protests treated the legal action against him was a farce his Candace pit live his caretaker government filed a complaint against everyone on this one investigations began into the activities of his allies they accused of fomenting unrest official site to the telephone recording which they allege was Mr moralis ordering supporters to blockade Bolivia's cities houses being choked by road blocks

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"bolivians" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"bolivians" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

"Help them cheat election and complained to my right after. But that doesn't make sense. You do that before you do it. Now after which is why. It's just pure ducking to get out of the way let's go. Yeah taxpayer hair dollars to ask the Ukrainians to help them. Cheat and election. So there was a drive-by maybe it was a dry a fart by someone farted by Chinese. Is it yeah or maybe someone like lifted there but right in front of him and we can't say it but here's the thing if that's real and it is. I knew that audio is not from him in the hall of Congress or whatever and you can tell that it's just too loud the MIC wouldn't have picked that up and I'm not just saying that s the Cup up also said that well I don't live by. Se Cup or tweets. But I do but she did say something as someone who is often miked and out and about and covering bring stuff but it sounded like what's it called in a movie when the two tracks it's like crew people you know this video film. People it's like the soundtrack is when it's in the movie Eh. Diet genetic dietetic one of them sounds like it's their in studio. That sounds like an in-studio far is what I'm saying and less. We had any down to about that. You know let's go to the tweet of Chris Matthews okay. No I don't want to cut you off but what I would say is I think forensically the way I would analyze. This is more about just the quality of the Fart and Kinda foreign was can we hear it again. See Taxpayer dollars to ask the Ukrainians to help them CI in an election. If it were swallow it would be like more of a narrower more athletic Kinda far more higher more more high pitched. That's clearly more of a flabby flappy. Old Guy. got a little bit of that kind of. I'm not going to point a finger but I think in the low. I think the suspect pretty clearly. Maybe the best art artistic analysis assists like we've ever done we're talking about former talking about content but yeah this is great we gotta get an art historian to come in or a film starring to come in and look at this one. That'd be great. Call art expert Klatch list. That's someone who farts. You're right a flach expert. Year dish were returned. We'll return so let's see any scandal. The cover up is more important than the crime. Exactly right so sorry to disappoint. So this is a tweet from hardball. Sorry to disappoint disappoint the conspiracy theorists. It was the Harbaugh Mug scraping across the desk. Get Yours today and let's get back to the news so that's a one hundred percent. Yeah I mean you watch house right you watch the show. So there's an episode. Where a couple like they have some STI? You know sexually transmitted infection used to be called. No longer does he says Oh. Is that what it is. Yeah so and he tells them. Do you remember this one. He tells them that they have it this couple and neither one. It's unclear who caused it right. He tells them that you can catch it from from being sitting on a toilet and then he says and you can catch it from the toilet and the husband husband. The relationship is like that must have been what happened. I never knew and then house because he's a master diagnostician in more ways than one he says. Okay it's you because you wouldn't grab onto that theory wrote unless you were trying to look for an alternate explanation for the Affair Fair extramarital. Whatever that you engaged in right exactly yes no? That's what Chris Matthews. I mean if only if you had just farted on national television would would you feel the urge to rush onto twitter and make make a lay. Jake I don't see swallow well doing that. You know. Did you hold a press conference about it. No I don't think so. Am I dumb. They were actually totally joking. I thought they were kind of serious. But I'm I'm being way too literal which I can be. which is so wrong? Because I'm so sarcastic myself. I often don't get other people's work. I thought that was a legit excuse. People are responding to as if it was no. It doesn't matter whether it's whether they're legitimately saying that happened or no. No I agree no matter what it is. It's obviously. He was the foreign the fact that they even responded. Orange as another point though do you think that they were joking or I thought that they were actually trying to say that. That's what happened. No I think they're just trying to make a funny. They're making fun out of it look. That doesn't clear the air at all in all Holbrooke wait in the Reagan Battalion. NOPE and then it says so after Eric Swallow denied responsibility for the Fart on. MSNBC we ask our audio expert expert to review the tape. He concluded definitely his and his alone. He provided us with audio waves. I can make the why. Why.

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In Bolivia, Interim Leader Sets Conservative, Religious Tone

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:22 min | 1 year ago

In Bolivia, Interim Leader Sets Conservative, Religious Tone

"Starting international addition of the New York Times and the main story today is actually from Latin America Believe you're quite a big interesting story here ethnic rifts reopening Bolivia not a surprise from my opinion as you know Morale is as far as island They have a new interim president. Giannini onions me. Non Many people knew about her. But actually I. It was not even quite the leader of your position. She's in fact fact very much conservative Christian and when you when you look at her history she wrote stuff like that. Some religious rights for indigenous were Satanic Doc and the police on the streets as well they've been attacking customer Morales. Supporters of the subtext is that Morales was an indigenous Bolivian. Sexiest Sousse background. And I think he was the first Bolivian President of background. Exactly and believe is the only country in South America where I have a majority indigenous population But of course the European in the European they were always in power so think whenever morale is one was quite a big thing so some people are worrying. That might be the return of kind of this kind of Z.. European dominance in believe and. She said that she was going to ask for elections. Let's see I mean so far. I haven't seen a date written yet so I'm quite skeptical in that sense And I think that article in York Times is also

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"bolivians" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"bolivians" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Now this fella Caleb the karma he goes on Bolivians own history prior to his conveniently timed rebrand to pro trump sync effect when it became clear that the Republican Party is the trump party suggested in searching for sellouts he should look in the mirror first what rebrand you know later in his writing and others say say for ratings for books as for folks my ratings have been unaffected we have sky high ratings through thick and thin because of you they don't understand this audience they don't understand people who read my books or anything of the sort you know the band in the show eating abandon their children the Republican primary when I was supporting cruise cruise and pounding away trying you're not a banning the Michelle now so what does he mean my rebrand I've explained this over and over and over again because of baseless unsupportable allegations like this they're just cheap shots and I'm trying to explain this to this kid this is and how you do journalists this is and how you do journalists I was never going to support Hillary Clinton and I was never going to be a never trump who sat out the election wait too much at stake I'd lived through Hillary and Bill Clinton that wasn't gonna happen again moreover the present United States actively take affirmative steps to unite this party he also gave a great speech in Gettysburg about conservatives me put out a list the kinds of judges he would appoint I was skeptical but I wanted to get elected and I want to Hillary Clinton to be defeated I don't apologize for that there's millions of us who felt this way not re branding we branding what am I suddenly for open borders am I suddenly for eviscerating our military and I suddenly for criminals against the cops I'm the only host ever talks about the damn spending that's out of control and point my finger at all of them I disagree with the president on Syria the way of disagree with a bomb on Syria I mean I don't know how much clearer I can be but that's not what this young man is about these trying to score points and he's hoping beyond hope that this piece of media will be picked up all over the place I don't care if it is a terrible but that's what he's hoping he wants to get noticed he says it's not an exaggeration to say live in support for trump changes with the wind as he is flipped from loading him to licking his boots not once not twice not thrice but four times over the years now that's typically where you just drop off because when you're right like that you're just a punk in puncture a dime a dozen but I I don't while these apparently tried describe some of his countless anti trump comments from the internet Mister Brewster open your microphone I send you everything we post because I don't coast right everything this posted I right correct correct everything we post I said you correct correct have we scrubbed anything I have not scored the one thing have I ever asked you just read me that never I don't even know how to scrub anything either myself do I know how I mean I had a post I write them send them to Mister producer he posted so that's why and so uses the word apparently while living as apparently tried describe some of his caliber I.

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Bolivian interim leader meets UN envoy amid violence fears

Hollywood 360

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Bolivian interim leader meets UN envoy amid violence fears

"Believe as interim leaders meets with a you and representative of inviolate fears Jeanine on yours and you went on for you gene are no discuss the country's crisis today after security forces fired on supporters of former president evil moralis in a clash that left eight people dead and raised fears the violence could escalate on leaving Saturday's meeting with on yes Arnold said the United Nations is concerned about the violence in Bolivia and hopes it can contribute to an accelerated pacification process leading to elections Rhonda roster

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"bolivians" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"bolivians" Discussed on WRVA

"Situation believe Bolivian ours all relevant parties to refrain from violence and reduce tension Richard camp to ABC news quite a condition throughout the overnight hours will start Monday morning with temperatures in the upper thirties more sunshine a quiet to Monday afternoon and mild temperatures in the mid sixties twenty twelve I mean urologist Meghan wise but there's radio eleven forty W. R. VA and now in ninety six point one FM I want I need you need to know what's going on it's the information you want if the information you need on newsradio W. R. V. A. we talked to Richard Serra called a wildcard line is eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to Richard from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with your guest host Richard Serret this is Scott merits singer songwriter musician who hails from my hometown Brantford Ontario are you sending on Monday observers and scientists in North America that's today folks observers and scientists in North America will have their last opportunity to view a very rare celestial event for three decades it won't happen again for another.

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"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bolivians" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Beginning um so i sort of remember why just as you wrote up and i have to ask you from chicago yes sir giordano's or gino ceased gino seats from me would man yeah ju answer good what was that deep to share pizza place lisa g knows easterners man getting answer deep yet for me i love tweet short stories i find shorts ways to be kind of the most cinematic literary form because in you know twenty pages to get character you get belief you get a philosophy and then like it stops in like edward p jones who did i'm lost in the city and um i like david foster wallace did bolivian ellis monroe love should pay chip so like short stories a high fill up and he's as a carrot like you right through three seems a good read a story in celic us how i feel up vanessa that's a good idea i was also going to say michael clayton i actually i've come back to it a million times just as almost like a compass or like a a reminder of what i aspire to i mean it's such a flawless incredible script i sometimes just can't even understand how it sort of existed and by the way did not win the oscar of course shockingly um but but yeah it's an amazing script and camille from what you said about listening to commentary something that i always bring up whenever i'm thinking about it is a steven soderbergh for awhile would go do comedy series with directors on movies odenberg in may and he did a great one with mike nichols for catch 22 that i've just always been blown away by.

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"bolivians" Discussed on Off The Hook

Off The Hook

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"bolivians" Discussed on Off The Hook

"You guys at the near to bolivians union huge that for tackling that's for for pointing this out because it easily could have just gone without any challenge whatsoever and we could be facing i tremendous in frenchman of our privacy he's as we simply walk down the street is there anything that the public can do to help out and and and in this particular case and why i think it's always helpful and they went very helpful that the public what very and jeff that a lot were again last year after we've pointed out some of the it kind and out and i know that a lot of people it had that are count on during a conference and off the bat and you know public intense and watching what the government it waiting upright if you thought it and it i'm taking that a lot of i don't care i know yes and they had it you took in the at the privacy policy and and like brach but that that they have that public conversation at very helpful five ab in all of our private intent is somebody out there in the community just reads the privacy policy and tells the rest of us what it says that that alone is helpful but yeah it's it's important to know what's in there because a niche only like like we said it would just guy due to a web page policy and a lot of people didn't think it went any further than that and you got to figure out that it sure that i br_radio did you have something ahead you know i'm ricco in a don't have much time left but i want to ask you want our listeners anybody else frankly who are really care about this porn issue can do to help it and shane and he and why he ll you've your couldn't with so liberties union can you pick important work.

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