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"brcko" Discussed on Chutando a Escada
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"brcko" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Jesus said it's all under god. You're the lord's so another dog. Well rob explains that the best i. It's very effective. Then take that. And say i shouldn't be involved in government and then i wouldn't pastors one people that want to protect their flock and they can tell when people get involved in anything else in sports or whatever and so they you need to stay here because this world is not our home and we're just passing through and they don't and they can sense when people start to get involved in politics you need to ex- explain why this lighthouse for the gospel. Why this nation so abundantly blasts more than anyplace else in in in the entire planet Why it prospered in this idea of withdrawing as enrollments that they use a few verses. Explain why it's wrong. Well at romans. Thirteen that god appoints opposition authority and and that were submit to them and they're put there for our good And they're to do good and then as we told earlier with jonathan mayhew He died in seventeen sixty six but he was the minister. Who exited romans thirteen and shared with all the soon to be founding. Fathers on the eastern seaboard first and second grade awakening and he looked at that passage and he said yes. Gotta points all positions of authority. And yes we're to submit to them. They're they're far good to do good. And if they cease to do good they cease to be the authority and he coined the phrase disobedience to tyrants is obedience to god which john adams said was the inspiration for the war of independence and so for us. He died in seventeen sixty six. And there wasn't a constitutional republic like you were describing. Now we are in a constitutional public that defines in romans. Thirteen who the authority is in is in the first three words of the preamble the constitution we the people and anyone who governs governs by our consent and its power on loan from the sovereign and when they violate the oath of office to swear to defend the constitution that puts parameters on their ability to infringe on our rights. We must hold them accountable. And that's what we're not instructing in the churches to do that that's as it must step forward so we were very critical of the jews that when the trains went by. You could hear the people crying out that they were standing sing loud enough that they wouldn't hear it. There were at least having church. Yeah can you comprehend that. In america. The last year and a half. They've been willing to let some some bureaucrat. Say you can have church at all so we thought we'd never go down that road. That's where the crisis is at this moment. And this and so jack. How is it that the freedoms of this nation and the wealth the prosperity the rights that we have predominantly no first amendment. Is the reason why it's the first amendment was structured by in created by men who knew what the bible said and they quoted the bible for a pastor in this day and age to say we don't get involved in that we'll do you enjoy your freedom. You believe in protecting that freedom. This start to stumble. They don't know what to do about that. I think that from not knowing the christian foundation of this nation in two thousand and nine. I believe brcko was speaking in cairo egypt and he said that america was never a christian apology tour. He literally said. America was never a christian nation. He threw the mayflower compact out the window. He flew our founding through our founding documents window. Most of america probably not their head in agreement because they had not been that in church or public school. They're not being taught history. I was taught that in public school. And it's hard to refute when you're sixteen years old and some toxic majority. Oh they are all bunch of atheists in ds. It's a total lie right and it doesn't even get close to understanding first and foremost the philosophical and religious basis of these tax. I mean you just take the declaration of independence which is an objectively beautiful document written by. Let's just say if you had to put one president. One founding father who has the least christian it would be thomas jefferson. He himself read the bible. He said the bible was the ultimate standard. He put the bible in schools. He they said oh. He added his own bible. Whatever find let's let's say he was the least christian right. Jack least christian. Founding father himself understood what the bible said better than even you know the some of the best christians in america the the least. I'm saying that in quotes dumps exactly so the least jefferson had his slaves learn english from the bible which was against the crown of england by the way and that jefferson in the editing of the bible the new testament jefferson says that it's a it was a track a track for somebody to get like a cliffnote version of the gospel. Well and thomas jefferson. I'm a big government. Pen gets totally misunderstood. He blamed king george for being slaves to american the original draft of the declaration. He fought for the abolitionist slavery. As governor of virginia he signed the moratorium of new slaves coming into america. It was one of his first acts in march of eighteen seven. But anyway i was saying about. Thomas jefferson which even if you look at the first paragraph of the declaration of independence. It's an objectively beautiful paragraph because he appeals to divine eternal truths order laws of nature and nature's god he says that all human beings are equal as you say bob equal crossed equal as made in the image of god and also emphasizes life liberty the present virtue and it used to be pro. It was property and it got changed to pursue happiness. They didn't want totally plagiarized. John locke but one of the most amazing things of the entire opening is that when in the course of human events. That's an eternal claim. That means that it's right. I'm any anytime anywhere. Realize it can be papa new guinea indonesia these this is a human claim the declaration makes the argument that we are human beings we are the speaking beings. Aristotle said we are the reason beings says in isaiah isaiah one let let us let us reason together therefore since are the reason being we are speaking beings. Here's how we're supposed to be treated. It's awesome and so it's really big. It's real narrow and by the way in georgia didn't do any. You did all this foreign powers to quebec and taxes and this stuff and then it gets really broad which people don't talk about the end of the declaration which then they appeal to their creator. We appeal to god and to our our our our fellow man. Our our lives our fortune our sacred honor their pledging it to themselves but i. They pledged their creator. That's a profound history and your question. About how do you respond to that as a sixteen year old. And i think that's important to to address that all these but this book says that in this book says it goes on and on first book that said that that the george washington was promiscuous was in one thousand nine twenty four and it was totally torn apart a year later but then five or six years later people refer to it then people tenderly referred to that one and so now they have to serve heretical. There in washington was like the most pious very moral and the same way with benjamin franklin. You can't find anything part of world war one. All this idea of people will tell you that he had all these children. The list goes on on the example. The the point is that when they did it. Take for example. The thomas jefferson bible. He cut out parts of it and paid to have it printed to be given to the missionaries to teach christ to india. He didn't want to get caught up in all this other part he wanted to it so they can get right to the point track now. You don't that right and so now the just wouldn't do and they say you can you can go to the library of congress and find it and that's exactly correct you can and you can see what he did. He infringed himself because he wanted him. The whole bible part to start and they took a hundred and eighty degrees off now. Now you have all these experts. These professors these people in this colleges that preach the exact untruthful the error and as a sixteen year old. It's hard to respond to but it's important to say where do they get their facts. And the resources exist jackie or chomping at the bit because i stood at the jefferson memorial listening to a national park ranger completely the opposite of what you just said and made jefferson into a monster. All men and i sat there. And i was with a lisa's uncle and we just couldn't take it anymore. I thought we were going to get arrested. But we just couldn't let the li- continue but exactly just it didn't march or stolen her. Hey somebody say it just repeating yes your lifestyle and your feet alive. The german friedrich nietzsche you got heidegger mars Mobile's go just repeated. Enough joseph goebbels. Yeah even dentist for the workers party but this is important. Because you don't know where you came from and you don't know where to go this so this is something that conservatives quite honestly have not understood As as well as the left. This is an interesting thing. I want to get your opinion on. Bob because you lived through movement conservatism in the eighties. And i really want to pick your brain on this because there..
"brcko" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"Mike pompeo and trauma guy in others try to take a victory lap on this given their role so just some context ben that we should talk about like you just said they. They cut this deal with the afghan government trump and mateo and invited the taliban to camp david and then they attacked biden when he took the withdrawal deadline from may first to august thirty. First they said. Oh biden's gonna stick around forever now. Trump forced the afghan government to release five thousand taliban prisoners Many of whom went right back to fighting and then in two eighteen they pushed pakistan to release malabar one of the founders of taliban who is now basically defacto leader the trump administration did everything possible to prevent refugees from coming to the us including these special immigrant visas for people who helped us to the point where there was a lawsuit against trump administration in a judge rule that they'd violated the law because they slow down the process and so we have to. You know this context is relevant. I think we need to watch his refugee issue really closely. Stephen miller is already out there trying to demagogue afghan refugees last night. Tucker carlson on his show said if history is any guide in it's always a guide we'll see many refugees from afghanistan resettle in our country and over the next decade that number may swell to the millions so i we invade and then we are invaded. That is some chilling. Chilling shit from a bow tied fascist. Fuck So i i don't know like that. I just think that context is important. No i mean this much like there. I mean the the deal cut without ghani to Totally undercut him in the country. Right the us government that has been the principal force in the country for twenty years cuts a deal with the taliban totally excludes the afghan government. That was part of what. Cut the the legs out from underneath ghani because then the taliban starts cutting deals with these other officials the destroying of an already bureaucratic program in terms of a refugee admissions or You know like just stops already. Slow moving gears here. I mean into fucking tucker carlson's point. The best thing that could happen to this country is to have hundred fifty thousand afghan refugees. Come in and you what they're gonna do. You know what's going to happen. They're going to start businesses. They're going to run for elected office. They're gonna make enormous contributions to this country like we will be better for having them. It's not like charity. Like we will be enriched by them and the same way we're sitting here in california like look at what the vietnamese american communities done in this state. You know these people. And the i mean the lack of any sense of internal accountability on their behalf is so astonishing ab. I'm sure we'll get to your second to but like they need literally. Cut the deal with these people. You have mike pompeo. They pressured pakistan to release the guy. Who's now like basically the president of afghanistan. you know. i'm not formally recognizing another. Anyone cares what i think about that. But the guy that they've declared to be. The president and mike pompeo met with the guy i mean he goes into the photo near released a guy and if oh my god if brcko bomb had done that you know i. I don't even know what the consequences would have been in but but there's this kind of because there was such a farcical nature to trump. People didn't take seriously like agreements that were agreements that will reach. Like for instance. Also the the the withdraw. Us contractors was part of the deal. Yeah it wasn't just about the withdrawal. The us military they literally the taliban new bargain. They were driving the league not down. Don't just get out the military. You gotta get out this contractors to right so like the. This is all was set in motion in a way and then biden comes in and yeah biden has had a long held view that you wanted out of afghanistan and so he he took it right and so i mean fairness. He didn't have to accept that he'll they could've renegotiated it. But i couldn't decided on balance that the risk that it was the right thing to do they could have torn it up because said we don't abide by this deal. It's piece of garbage in by the way they would have been right in saying that. The taliban hasn't really abided by the spurred this deal either because we're supposed to be a ceasefire and that was the point you were making at the time just ended. The deadlock could have said we are extending this because the taliban on so again this doesn't mean the biden didn't make the decision he did. It doesn't mean that biden hasn't mismanaged aspects of decision. He has it. Does mean that trump set in motion withdraw that had a lot of momentum and had created a lot of ripple effects in afghanistan by the time by came in and it does mean that the argument that jake laid out is true that the current course was not like some sustainable status quo was either ramp back up and get back into the civil war Or or get out and people can argue. You know that that you know ramping up a little bit and keeping album that there was a limited option you've done but this is where things were. Yeah and look i. i don't think either. As opposed having peace talks with the taliban they should have included the afghan government. The original said this too. I mean in throughout the years people often said how come you guys aren't doing more to have these discussions taliban and it's because our principal was always that has to involve the afghan government. We weren't willing to cut out the elected government and keep in mind they were democratically elected. You can call them corrupt. You can call all these things. They were democratically elected by a lot of afghans internet. Vote in difficult circumstances and to cut them out of a de of a deal like that was pretty extraordinary. I will say another thing. That hasn't got attention. I am not sure why the biden people kept on zell khalilzad the envoy who cut the deal with palmdale leyla. He's not exactly covered in glory. Here either you know yeah. It's probably continuities knowing the writing was wall. I mean but it's a fair point so look let's talk about the the history of the us involvement in afghanistan last two decades in that that mission creep overtime casino. This is not just trump and biden story. So we the. Us went to war in afghanistan in early october. Two thousand one right after the nine eleven attacks in by early december the military effort had been so successful that the taliban offered to surrender hand over their weapons and join the political process as long as mullah omar who's the taliban leader at the time could live in kandahar under house arrest bush don rumsfeld. They rejected that deal. Greenvale would've been. It was the deal that was on the table in twenty nineteen In that mission quickly shifted from counter-terrorism to this broader nation building exercise you had bush who ran against nation-building talking but a marshall plan for afghanistan. This is what he wrote about. Afghanistan in.
"brcko" Discussed on Wine & Hip Hop
"To learn by by hands on a people person you gotta you know like you said people don't wanna be bothered jam. You know so definitely understand how to move is is is clutch man But like this is. This is hilarious so you mentioned jay z. Being one of your favorites. I feel like hold. Don't give everybody there. That lane man but i heard a rumor and you can confirm this on the show that you earned the rockerfella You earn respect on a different level any other time for that gun companies shooter so like what can you talk a little bit about that situation. there's a lot of stories but one always sticks with me is when the new york times did a two page article on the sunday new york times Wanted to say maybe eleven years ago and Basically at the magic convention for fashion apparel rocco where do a dinner for their buyers sellers J obviously must have read the article so he told everybody leaves dating He told everybody Everybody give a round of applause photographer. Johnny nunez two page article new york times and nobody clap. Then he got seat. He's let's try again. John two page article new york times stood. I remember just have garnered mouth as he clapped. Everybody got up and stood on the chair. Like thank you. Thank you but let me go back to shooting. You know but i think for me camaraderie. Building or earning respect from people is that you truly respect them enough to come over to them and shake their hand. I love like for example. Drake or connie. I love that. I was there when no one knew who was and i would always push kind you into shots. Because he he He was very shy. Drake was shot as well but canadian rapper living texas. You ain't got chance in hell. You know what. I'm saying shawn of look at where they are now. So i love the very beginning to me like the underdog to people that society does not believe or certain courses. Do not believe you're gonna make it. Yeah you know And then he blow up. That's how they remember who who always showed them love sl happens man. It's so you're so you're such a rich part of music music history. Like i feel like people don't really know what your musical taste is. All you know i hate to put you on the spot on. Have you ever assess the top five in hip hop which isn't music. Generally it hip hop ma'am a big as e fan by the way shot to massenburg my manager and egypt out in brcko miami over there as e is is definitely wicked people sleep more eight-man all naza zwicky Believe it or not. I just saw tori lanes pro. He's a nice that tori lanes for mass deflects. Freestyle was like. And i ain't gonna hold you. I ain't gonna hold you man..
"brcko" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Unfortunately the cdc doesn't have a lot of it there behind the by administrations very frustrated about it but you should be frustrated about all of this as well The media continues to prop up voices who feed the fear porn. Pandemic dr faucher. Every day he goes on television is Makes things even worse and notice. notice notice. you haven't heard him at be asked about brcko baba's party have you I wonder why that is the hypocrisy when we come back. We've done with the obama and the news now me. It is erik erikson. It is my show. it is unfortunately monday. Welcome back the full number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. Now i i gotta i gotta say something to you. This is actually kind of important for me to tell you though. I'm sure everyone else will tell me that it doesn't matter and you can't hear it but i can hear it and i always worry about you hearing it They are putting a new roof on my house. I'm actually surprised at how quiet it is right now. they are doing a masterful quick job of it too. I'm just done by how quick they can But if you hear something coming through the radio it it may be the guys putting on the roof. But they. I i am. I've just i've never. I mean i've had neighbours who've had roofs put on. I've never had one donald my house. It's i don't have a massive house And i'm but i'm it's it's it is kind of a big roof and i'm just shocked at how quickly they can do an end so goodwill they're cleaning up after themselves as the goal i'm just i'm i'm mesmerized watching these guys run across through i hate heights to begin with and watching these guys. I mean walking across the roof and his i got a steep slope and rufin. Gosh i'm just like i'm i'm in here like lighting candles to saints in in and i'm not even catholic making sure these guys are okay but there i mean just masterful job outside now we gotta talk about me my favorite topic the phone number by the way again is eight seven seven nine seven.
"brcko" Discussed on Made By Women
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you. I am so delighted in honor to be here. So you're on a pretty incredible with wonderful products but also an incredible mission. Can you tell us a little about dara the products and the work you do on behalf of women. Yeah i would love to go. Ciara is a certified benefit corporation and those are companies. That have a triple bottom line. So we believe in using business as a force for good and we put people and planet on par with prophets and our mission specifically is to empower women and their children at a sex trafficking through skills training and job creation. And we do that through a beautiful line of jazz lounge. Wear and kind of resort. Where for the whole family that has traditionally been direct to consumer but really opening up in kind of larger business to business face to fulfill our mission so we use really lovely products that are inspired in made in india that kickoff revenues for job creation far beyond just sewing. I'm so that again. Women have economic empowerment to pull themselves and their families out of poverty a pretty incredible mission and a pretty amazing accomplishment before we get too far down. I want to just understand a little bit. How you got started and how you came up with this idea to found sitara like so many other entrepreneurs some some people i i guess. Go to business school that there are many like me just kind of fall into it so in two thousand five. My husband and i took a trip to india and that was really the inspiration. Because i saw firsthand. What sex trafficking in human trafficking was so again now is like fifteen years ago before those terms were really in the popular vernacular. They were really on anyone's radar but our family was dedicating freshwater will with an ngo in india and it happened to be matched with a brothel community and So i was asked to say a few words on behalf of the family because most women must've people in the community. Were women and when i started asking what brcko community like. What does that even mean. I was horrified at find out the reality. That women and children are trapped in sex slavery with no option to get out if they don't have a viable occasional training options to feed themselves without selling their bodies against their will. And at that time. I was just blown away. I mean i thought wow here i was in my late twenties. I had a pretty successful career corporate sales than i thought you know. Slavery had been abolished off the face of the earth. That was such a huge You know understanding back then as we know now but it really was about okay. If i could use my sales skills in background to partner collaborate with this amazing group of underrepresented women to give them job opportunities. Like that's what i wanted to do. I wanted to play my part. And so a flash of divine inspiration pajamas just like popped into my mind. It could be made out of beautiful indian material that they were wearing. So you're in sales take us a little bit further back. Did you ever think you'd be an entrepreneur or were you kind of on a corporate track. You know. i really didn't end. I am a. I'm mexican american so i i am by racial and a person of color and my parents were not entrepreneurial. They were very hurt workers that really more like blue collar. Essential type workers. And i didn't have entrepreneurship in my family so i didn't really know to aspire to be that even though i think in me are all of those skills on never really seen model to me in my family and so i was on more of a corporate track because i thought that's what you did after college right like i had student loans to pay back and it was like okay. Get a good job with good benefits at a big company and that was sort of the goal and i became pretty disillusioned actually after doing not and so when i had this opportunity that like. Oh wow i can actually start something and help women you know. That's what sparks. I think my entrepreneurial spirit so the beginning of all the so you're in india. Your mind is really open to a very harsh reality. And you think i can do something and i want to use my skills. What's the next step that you take. And how long is the journey until you actually start sephora. Yeah it's a good question and you know. I don't let grass grow under my sheet sort in action oriented person so right there. I told my husband like kind of this sounds crazy. But when i was speaking to this woman had the slash of inspiration and i think i'm really supposed to help them with job creation and self pajamas on their behalf in the us and he was like okay. Go for it. What does that look like. I said well. I'm just i want to go to the market tomorrow by a bunch of this sari fabrics and take it back to the us and just see like you now What this would look like how much people pay and then start doing really off the market research and so that's what we did. Interestingly enough again back fifteen years ago there were no benefit corporations. And and so really if you wanted to help people. You started a nonprofit rate. It was before tom shoes. In a lot of these other like social brands that people would recognize. And so i started asking people around me and that had business experience. You know this is what i wanna do. I wanna help empower women do jobs and they were like oh to help. People started on profit. So that's what we did. Actually it started under a nonprofit umbrella in california so we have a five. Oh one c. Three which we still have. It's called sudar freedom funds and that's where the business program was under under this nonprofit in it wasn't until two thousand fifteen and again this is ten years later after the the social entrepreneurial space had had sort of evolved that i said hey i think we should spin out the business component into a for profit benefit corporation. So that's what we did started as a nonprofit but now fifteen years later we have a hybrid corporation has a non-profit side in a for profit side as well. So you get your fabric. You come back to the states and are you designer. How did you watch. I know i'm a woman with a lot of vision sh and In sales background. I can be pretty persuasive. My friends so i learned those people who had better skills than me to come and help me basically zoom. The initial one was like hey does anyone. Honest sodas anyone even own sewing machine. I will give you like wine and chocolate if you come to my house. And we have this little party and i went and bought. Some basic like pajama patterns at like joann fabrics. And then. i had all this beautiful materials. I bought like the raw material. And then i had girlfriends who knew a little bit where that night at about zooming mockup. I'm prototypes that we'd been sort of asked our other friends you know. Hey do you like these. How much would you pay for what you think about the story behind that that sort of thing and then just did some Some really ad hoc a tight focus groups like friends and family so you start the business. You're moving into actual production. I know it's never easy to start a business. And i know they're always bumps along the way. Was there ever time where you felt like. Wow why did. I quit my corporate job to do this and i'm going to make it happen. Yeah i feel like. I thought we had that felt like every other day via the nice part was.
"brcko" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST
"In an air path and it might not work out for you. Yeah there's too many things going on and that's my only thing right. Stop looking for someone to save you. If you're looking for information you can add a. Would you do know to help you move forward. That's different right if that's just look at it like school right math. Whatever i remember. When i was in college i was taking calculus. My my professor was like yo. This is the book the school recommends. Don't look at this like oh this. Is the master book that you should learn at all. No understand their different authors in every author writes differently right everyone you know works from their own knowledge base right so if you're limited in your scope of knowledge in the people who you have around you that's why you may be looking for this information other places right through so chances he in so at what point are we telling people that they can trust the information that they're getting your vetting. This one happened. Why would you think anything different if this alarm should have been to. He was quick to sell out his community as men so us out to get women's attention so if he was out though because because he never identified with. The problem is standing here before you if i see eighty degree. Tony was saying do what he's done to other people that's basically saying and when answer to that is look if you've been in those shoes and you've been there before you've been even on a doorstep of debt you could bring you there right and if you know bring you there. You can't cast aspersions with judgement on anybody. I can't even hold their feet to the fire like you can hold. I mean outside of responsibility accountability. Don't come from a place of being holier than thou exactly. And that was his issue. He was super self righteous and judgmental. And i think we're tony was saying was when he started out and people like cam going on this negative ham is not going to let him know. Say he's calling because he not let him leave was he keeps him relevant. All publicity is good. Publicity is definitely for his sake trash now because they always thought he was combo but they never gave him the light. But now it's like. Oh god god god trash. But that's i think that's the competitor him like something like gay. He said dude. You talked to mari. By so said he wouldn't even say that. Say brcko would usually like my business here so for so for anybody who i think in life right. We have to understand that there are. Some people do their experiences into the work that they've done to gain those expensive knowledge. They may be able to give something else that we we haven't got yet right and that's fine because we do learn to other people sometime or do a lot of times right i think especially what relationships exactly right but at the same time i just think that would that being said you gotta live your own truth and you also have to vet information. He comes to you. I mean look at his title like pick up your crown. He knew what he was doing. He knew he knew that he unmarried. Women we got like walk they love. Pick up your crown. That's how he got you. That's you like women. In general let me off is so. I got me with that one thanks. He looked good in that picture. I mean and that's how he got. I heard a lot of women. Say that okay. What is he talking about. And then it was like. Oh wow this is a man who is like you know. I mean he is. I mean he he's married. He's preaching about women empowerment. Mary man's father's merryman showing his junk. His body showing himself for the women thick weird look at look at look at look the opposite meghan. Good husband he's not putting himself out there in that way in any way shape or fashion wise he is praising. That's why exactly zim saying there's a difference and it was the message in like any man national on a girl because nobody ever like she was nowhere so we've seen her begging rep again. The messaging might've been cool but look at how he presented himself. He presented himself as available so taking shirt presented him. Why are you showing with forty years ago. Even with the shirt with the have served have opened with the no. I did my research democrat. I heard women actually tell me this. Like yo- did you would say that but as you go. I didn't know the book covers like himself. Look even just looking at the book. He was selling himself as a sex symbol demand. Man new his niche like he knew he knew what to say he knew who was gonna listen to what he says he buys stuff so he wrote away and i think a lot of people wasn't as a snake oil salesman. I think that's what it is. No no no no. Everybody got their own journey. Gotta go gotta pick up as you say that yes let's go down and dirty a claudius creation stuff so this is the guy known for a long long time. You know saying you know how you meet somebody in the world do somebody and you so love but you respect the fact that you don't know them you know how you respect the fact that they came through somebody else right wherever coo and then as time goes on you into counters person but every time you encounter that person who's always loved this is claude. I know his cousin me. As cousin done business together our seeing ministries like love it was always whatever and then there was a moment in time sometime we we linked up somewhere and we just wrap for a long time and after that it was like yo like the maga gas mummy Gas bright so once it happened. It was like i bet. A covert happened right mayhem. Tapped thing he was doing something to actually. He calls me out of the blue. He's like g yo. I got something i'm working on. I want you to be one of the first people to sample this. I'm like bellamy. Know what i gotta do. He said no. I'm coming to your house to do it. Eighty word okay. So i'm like he like. Yeah i'm like. This is where i live. He like. I bet he pulls up drops off a bag in. The bag is two shrimp burgers and mac not taking in a house again. That's my son. I look got sample these. I so i said oku could have a. I ate mine. I had to go through. Some work did out. I came back downstairs. And i'm like yo get we're must oh dow wasn't for me whereas jack a one and a half one and a half hundred murders in both max and i'm like yo you ain't think to ask no it was good. I just stopped since you left. It was for me. Jeff around call.
"brcko" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Not be the tail of the movement. But you're not the head. No it has been going on for two decades maybe more the black population of georgia has doubled from nineteen ninety. Two thousand twenty. The first black mayor of major city with maynard jackson in atlanta nineteen seventy-three. That was because atlanta had become majority black. Just in nineteen seventy now. Almost every major city in the south nine including florida and texas has a black mayor and most of them are majority black cities. It has changed the whole dynamic of the south. Let's say that you create great political leverage on the municipal and state levels. And then we say okay. It's time to really make it happen on the federal level. What at the federal level would you most want to use that leverage to accomplish state power in federal power overlap when it comes to senate seats and electoral college votes wouldn't black people where the majority of the coalition that delivered georgia for joe biden. It was the first time since at least reconstruction that that had happened when you can deliver the state s the majority of the coalition. That's a whole different calculus. You're not the ten fifteen extra percent around detroit or in philadelphia. They need to excite at the last moment when white people basically split their vote down the middle and when you have people elected to the senate where the majority coalition who sends them there is black. They have to pay attention to black agenda items so all the bills in the senate. Now like studying reparations for that to advance you have to have people in advocating for. I asked this friend of mine. He's mid to late thirties. Black he grew up in. I'd call the mid south when i described to him. Your idea. he wrote back to me. Said it sounds interesting. It's a clear and understandable strategy which is more than hoping the rest of the country sees the light. I'm sure it will be met with a lot of resistance and violence. I assume white people will change the rules or completely circumvent them in some way. The north will suddenly become very conservative. All of that's likely it would be disingenuous for me to say. Oh i've worked it all out down to the last period and i figured it out. Have your flights and your bus tickets. What i'm saying is that this is a revolutionary act. Revolutionary acts are never without resistance than ever without risk. But you have to decide. Do you really want power for you and your children and their children are not the you really want to create a space in this country where white supremacists not the governing ethos or not if you wanna stay nestled in your little -partment in brooklyn or in sausage chicago death situation that you're making but i want you to make that choice in the full knowledge that that is not the only option you have. Whenever black people make progress. Why people feel threatened and respond forcefully emancipation and the civil war gave rise to the ku klux klan which formed just months after the war ended. The supreme court decision in brown v board of education striking down racial segregation in schools gave rise to the white supremacist citizens. Councils the election of the first black president gave rise to the tea party. It's accessories to america. To hone is instruments of oppression. Every time part of it fell it simply reemerged in a more elegant form. Battling racism in this country is like cutting heads of the hydra coming up after the break. What sort of response has charles blows idea been getting. I already know going into this. I cannot count on the establishment including the black establishment to agree with me. Freakonomics radio is supported by progressive insurance with the name your price tool providing information on a range of insurance coverage and price options more at progresive dot com or one eight hundred progressive now. That's progressive and by simon and schuster publishers of the codebreaker by walter isaacson an exploration of nobel prize winner jennifer dowden and modern sciences efforts to cure disease combat viruses and more available. Wherever books are sold. This is freakonomics. Radio here's your host. Stephen dubner the new york times columnist charles blow proposed that black americans should consolidate their political power in southern states. It's an idea that some people might radical. Can you talk about putting this idea to political and social and religious leaders talk about the sort of responses you got in general it is hesitation and that's why i like to talk directly to the people reading this book. The even black establishment is the establishment. Their power is vested in the status quo. There are districts in california the depend on black people begging for them to have black representative. Those representatives are never going to say. Hello this great idea. Black mayors of cities in the north midwest. But never going to say. This is a good idea. So i already know going into this. I cannot count on the establishment including the black establishment to agree with me and that includes barack obama correct. I did not put it to barack obama because getting brcko very difficult you do write about him quite a bit in the book you call him a feel good black leader who would allow white liberals to purchase absolution on the cheap. So my sense is that you don't feel that he would be interested in it. Correct my gut tells me no. But i don't know if he would be. Let's talk a little bit about the obama presidency. One would think that the first black president who was a democrat would have addressed racism in a way that would satisfy at least address a lot of the problems that you've identified in the book. Let's say that's the assumption. How would you judge the actual accomplishment then toward that goal. Does this so little federal government can do on those big things mess corporation our community policing on the health front hands down. Obamacare is usually important for black people but it does it get fully utilized because the southern states where most black people live most of them have republican governors. Who refused to take the money to expand medicaid so he does things but i wasn't expecting him to solve american racism before. Do you feel he was too much of an accommodation. As though i believe some of that he may have felt was by necessity. That's why i connect the through line with a lot of the major black leaders over time. They like they had on his choice. But in retrospect.
"brcko" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Saved the lives in the future and to urge my colleagues in the house and senate to act. We could ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines in this country once again. I got that dumb. When i was a senator it passed. It was law for the longest time and brought down these mass killings. We should do it again. Now notice what they're doing here. Is there more and more trying to build. A moral case against the filibuster been sas took to the floor of the united states. They're building the case. That the filibuster in in fact is racist. Ben sasse the sitter nebraska's have none of it and went to the floor of the senate last night have goals and therefore it needs to be tossed out but when you were using the filibuster to halt. Senator scott's police reform bill. The filibuster was an essential american institution that forced compromise. But now that it can be occasionally used to resist a fifty one fifty straight majoritarian exercise of power. It's supposedly exclusively a relic of slavery and a tool of jim crow. It's nonsense and the people saying it know that it's nonsense. They use the same rule last year. And you weren't racist when you used it last year. this is bs. That's been focused grouped and particular bills are being used as the excuse to grab power. That won't just be for this bill. It'll be forever. It will be the end of the senate. Was the filibuster really a tool of jim crow. When it was used against tim scott last year. I don't think so. And i don't think any of you think so if somebody wants to come to the floor and repent of their racism for having used the filibuster last year. Please do but it isn't what was happening so stop with the nonsense rhetoric. That's just for an msnbc soundbite. Tonight oh call as well good for him. You know. it's true there. He was immediately attacked. By the way by norm ornstein orleans these the the the in house leftist at the american prices to who got radicalized during the obama years and sort of blaming the republicans for everything and ornstein Goes after ben. Sasse in says blasts him for using the filibuster against brock obama to styrene me barack obama's agenda because brcko bomb was black. Ben sasse was elected in two thousand fifteen and has never been in the senate minority. He's never actually used the filibuster until the last two months For winston to say that this is supposed expert now who's been so broken. By the trump era the republicans to blast been sas as a racist for using the filibuster against barack obama when in fact the republicans never actually used the filibuster against barack obama. But who let's facts stand in the way when you can scream racist speaking of screaming..
"brcko" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"There are districts in california did depend on black people begging for them to have black representative those representatives are never gonna say hello this great idea. Black mayors of cities in north and mid west. But never gonna say oh. This is a good idea. So i already know going into this. I cannot count on the establishment including the black establishment to agree with me and that includes barack obama correct. I did not put it to brooke obama. 'cause getting the brcko bombers very difficult you do write about him quite a bit in the book you call him a feel good black leader who would allow white liberals to purchase absolution on the cheap. So my sense is that you don't feel that he would be interested in it. Correct mike gut tells me no. But i don't know if he would be. Let's talk a little bit about the obama presidency. One would think that the first black president who was a democrat would have addressed racism in a way that would satisfy at least address a lot of the problems that you've identified in the book. Let's say that's the assumption. How would you judge the actual accomplishment then toward that goal. There's just so little the federal making do on those big things our community policing on the health front hands down. Obamacare is hugely important for black people. But it doesn't get fully utilized because the southern states where most black people live. Most of them have republican governors. Who refuse to take the money to expand medicaid so he does things. But i wasn't expecting him to solve america racism eight years. Do you feel he was too much of an accommodation. Though i believe some of that he may have felt was by necessity. That's why i connect the through line with a lot of the major black leaders over time. They felt like they had a choice. But in retrospect it doesn't help people as i pondered obama's hope speech dad night in new york. It occurred to me the he was only the latest ambassador of the political hope. Doc psychology and the inevitable blindness. It renders that he has many other comrades in that crusade. Perhaps the most famous of whom being booker t. washington. Eventually both men were forced to confront the truth. That all black idealist must reckon with white supremacy cannot be appeased. it can't be bargained with. It can't be convinced. It is america's embryonic fluid. America was born in it and genetically coded by no amount of hoping or waiting coalition building or kun-bae. By ya can redress that reality. Hope as a religious tool may well be essential but hope as a political tool is falling. You see black leaders over and over again. Say to themselves. Maybe if i just do this. They'll stop terrorizing my community. And they give inch one of the black power leaders of the sixties. He says you give an inch. They'll take a yard. You give a yard burn across every time. That's how it works. They're not giving each. It's only you give an inch you write about. Wb boys and his embrace of what he called the talented tenth which you argue is elitist essentially and now one hundred. Some years after two boys wrote that you write quote too. Many of the black elite get drafted into a white adjacent privilege suckled by personal prosperity and personal comfort blinded by the glamour of the high society. They become the neal house. Negroes placated passive a resurrection of antebellum relic in which the best and brightest of black society. Those who would otherwise be. The generals in resistance or rebellion are lulled to sleep by luxuries. The more talented and successful. You are the more tightly. The money establishment embrace issue cleaves you from the struggling plight of your people and been nights you on ary member of theirs. It is easy to get lost in this seduced by it convinced of it. I'm curious were you lost in that ever. We used to buy that. I was in it if you are. What holly peterson. 'cause the accomplish class in new york you part of this. A successful cocktail party has a newsman in an artist and it hasn't been and that becomes your social life and it is artificial. Did you enjoy it in the beginning. You can enjoy it. A lovely glass of wine made detaille is wonderful and you go home comfortable and buzzing from the adrenaline and the aura of it. All and yet the massive black people have not been held by that one bit. And you'll see your own success this come to tell fallacy if i just exceed that will be shining light for everybody else by coattails drag other people into prosperity. It's not true the reason they're not processed not because they don't have an avenue is because they're being actively suppressed and someone has to actively start fighting oppression and needs to be our most talented people are strongest fighters are best writers and artists have to get down in the trenches. Release the martini glass. Get down in the mud and help fight. Charles blow himself has released. The martini glass at least the new york version. He's still writes for the times. And he still keeps an apartment in brooklyn last year he moved to atlanta. So when did you start feeling. That might be a good idea for you. Personally forget about the treatise that you wrote for you personally to move back down so well. As i started to write it became clear to me that i believe you said i can't write this book and not move back but actually believe what i'm writing. I believe that this is a solution. I'm not trying to convince the fifty year olds to move. It's really not about my demographic there's more targeted a younger people who have always been the majority of any migration. Let's say your book inspires hundreds of thousands of young black people. Maybe millions to move to the cities and states. You suggest what does it look like. They're in twenty years. Describe what seventy year. Old charles blow sees. When he looks around socially politically i see then accelerated attempt to disenfranchise the new voters. Who coming we seeing that already after this election but that the forces of change overtake them. You get a democratic governor. Possibly a black one maybe stacey abrams and also possibly a democratic state house which georgia hadn't hadn't forever and you start to take on the big issues which disproportionately black people you look at the state criminal code. There's a lot of work to do there. That with life safer more fulfilled or happy for black people and also just stop wasting human capital in cages. We examine what our children are learning it from. What textbooks kaz those decisions are made on a state by basis. Make sure our textbooks reflective of the truth in the fullness of our history we expand obamacare. There's a raging. Hiv infection rate here in georgia largely around young black people a lot of them or a low income and low income people with hiv disproportionate. Get their medication for medicaid. All they have to take the money and expand medicaid you save those people's lives continuous to send the two senators from georgia who represent black interest to the senate and possibly more representatives the house depending on where black people settle in the state. Likely you also see some white flight. It's just a history of black majorities. Why people leave it..
"brcko" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"If he loses he won't be in twenty twenty four watch nikki haley It's very clear she's running. Watch tom tom cotton. What is tom. Cotton do a cotton. I think wants to run for president. He is a foreign policy hawk. Strong on china big on cancel. Culture does not burn bridges. That josh hawley. Ted cruz of burned in the last couple of months. I would keep my josh hawley. He says he doesn't want to do it but everybody is convinced he wants to disentis and pompeo. Though were the two that i would watch. The most dishonest spoke at cpac so we were very simple. Mark seniors i and that was against the cdc recommendations. The cdc initially. They didn't want to put seniors in front of the line at all. They wanted to do young workers and actually their initial guidelines would have had twenty year old grocery store clerk get a vaccine before seventy four year old grandmother and that did not make any sense in terms of where the risk is on this so i was the first governor the country to reject those guidelines and i said we are going to do our sixty five and a community. Now it's four point five million people in florida. That's a lot of folks but it's important to be able to do that so we set a very clear standard sixty five and up When we continue to go all over the state to try to get that done we've now done millions of senior citizens and we're not done yet. But we're getting closer every day. And i think those states that prioritize the elderly for vaccination when this than the dust settles on this in a few months. I think you'll be able to show that you were able to reduce mortality more than the states that were some states are doing their prisoners before they're elderly mark. I mean it's crazy. I didn't want politics to into this. I wanted to focus on where the risk was and what's happened since then and of course i was criticized because whatever i do. They're going to. They're going to try to hit me. But i was criticised but then other states started falling florida. And even the cdc had to say no you do need to do sixty five and up so we were right on that. And i think we were right because we had a firm grasp but the data we understood where the risk was. We were going to make sure that we were applying those resources That would save the most lives. That was run. Santa's the governor florida. That was talking to mark levin on fox news importing you hear that clip for the context of what he says at cpac. Because one of the things you need to notice is that the santa's has a consistent message. Sometimes you go on tv and you're talking to the broader american audience and you say something different than what you say to the hardcore crowd. So that was him. He's talking to mark levin yes. He's talking to fox news but that's still different from cpac where the base of the is at and what you're going to hear now is the santa's cpac remarks and listen to how very similar it is to his message to the broader audience. You know you've got the situation with barack obama for example brcko bomb remember and he campaigned and in two thousand eight barack obama would go behind closed doors and talk about the hickson. The rubes cl- bitterly clinging to their bibles and religion. And then he would go out said. Oh oh i think it's respectful for people to have guns and religion is good..
U.S. consumer spending increases steadily
"I say day after Thanksgiving. You say black Friday tomato tomato but the fact is that even if we're kind of exhausted by black Friday marketing and we are consumer spending is the the linchpin of the American economy. A lot of budgets will be made or broken in the next few weeks of shopping. So let's talk about that and the other top economic stories of the week in the weekly. Wrap joining me today John Harwood of CNBC. Welcome hey molly. So let's talk about that in the American consumer. They're expected to do a lot of work today. And in the next couple of weeks and I wonder you know we've talked a lot about economic indicators and stagnant wages and all of these sort of factors that way okay into keeping the economy afloat. How much weight are we putting on a consumer shoulders? Well of course consumer spending seventy percent of the economy and we've gotten conflicting signals Just in recent days about the mood of the consumer confidence as measured by the Conference Board was down four months in a row The University of Michigan's index. Actually up a little bit We know that the holiday shopping season is a week week shorter because of the late Thanksgiving And it's very difficult to predict last year. We had robust confidence going into the holiday season. We had weak excels so We're all going to discover In the next few days what kind of starts off to and what that might portend for twenty twenty right and then you know on the other hands you had. I thought uncharacteristically positive news from Fed Chair. Jerome Powell who earlier this week said the economy is quote more than half full. I mean did the interest rate cuts really work that well hard to tell in. There's a lag in terms of the effectiveness of Fed interest rate cuts. But I do think that Jay Powell has been signaling that he doesn't want to stay indefinitely on that path Clearly he's gotten a lot of pressure from the White House the he doesn't want to be too accommodating to that pressure for because the feds and Independent Agency of course and I think what J. Paul was trying to signal was don't count on a further interest rate cuts. We do have even though the economy is slowing from the pace that it reached in twenty twenty eighteen. It's still essentially growing at a two percent rate. which is the baseline of the of growth potential the economy? That's where it was when Brcko left office that's where it is now And you don't want to try to run too hot well and I know that this says The Big Shopping Daffy late today also marks the official start of the look ahead season where we look ahead to the next year and the Wall Street Journal is reporting today. The analyst Think Twenty Twenty won't be as good year for the Stock Market as twenty one thousand nine sort of speaking of mixed messages like spending might be okay. The economy might be fine. Growth might be fine. The stock market might be heaven forbid single digit increases in two thousand twenty. Where do you think of all of this? Well I think that's right. And it reflects the mixed signals Not just on consumer spending or consumer sentiment is we talked about before but also on where the economy's trajectory is right now Recession risks have gone up. It's probably not a majority. That's not the base case for twenty twenty Although the uncertainty of the trade war with China puts. It's a question mark over that but I think it's inevitable that the deeper we get into this economic recovery which is Getting into its tenth year The longer that goes on the likely it is that we're going to get a downturn and it's natural that people would expect a more temperate rate of growth in stocks. All right so it all sounds just about Fi- John Harwood fine. You met so mezzo. Oh
Johnson suspends UK Parliament after latest Brexit defeat
"Have to all right and meantime this maybe as we mentioned the last time we hear from parliament in awhile because they have been suspended it remind us why Boris Johnson thinks that is a good idea with perks it's so close when most people think the original strategy was to haul parliament from blocking him from taking the country on a no deal brexit that's strategy failed as you were just mentioning earlier parliament rush through a bill of last week blocking in deal brexit so Johnson's going along with the suspension the sidelining parliament he's already lost his majority in parliament so he's a lame duck and they'll parliaments just a thorn in the side hi and meanwhile the further twist in here is the speaker of the house of Commons the very colorful John Brcko whose he's known for shouting this let's hear him. well adding to the disorder there in in Britain is that is that Burkle says he will be stepping down soon why. well he is of course he's a hugely entertaining guy as you mentioned he's kind of a walking thesaurus and has become a bit of a cult figure even outside the United Kingdom but he's also very controversial of brexit tears fear they argue that he broke parliamentary convention to favor people who want to Dick's keep the U. K. inside the European Union he was four remaining in the European Union during the two thousand sixteen were referendum conservatives actually want to run a candidate against him in the next election and Burke is been in office for about ten years I talk to about this in an interview he feels it's time to move on and he'll be leaving either at the brexit deadline of October thirty first of or on election which ever comes first which means it's pretty soon we will no longer be hearing order order which many people at least I will miss can I can hear you've been working on the accent there and peers Franklin fed in London thank you have the dude
Queen approves request to suspend Parliament but what does this mean for Brexit?
"And a joining us here in Washington is now Gardner senior fellow at the heritage foundation and also a former adviser to prime minister Margaret Thatcher and now that he could explain exactly what the prime minister did today well for the prime minister requested to to the queen that she had to clear the suspension or pro rotation all parliament in the United Kingdom for appeared all four to five weeks and what this means in terms of the big the big picture is that it is now far less likely that parliament will be able to block what is known as a new deal brexit and it is a very big move by by the prime minister Boris Johnson very bold Kelsey move it has taken many people by surprise in in London and is a clear signal of intent from the prime minister that he is one hundred percent committed to moving forward with brexit on October thirty first deal or no deal but it's important to bear in mind that the suspension of parliament is not unprecedented that have happened in the past and this is mostly a constitutional crisis of some critics all saying the Sony within the the power of the prime minister to seek the pro rotation all person's palm the third that is not the first time it's happened it's been used before and I think that so any Boris Johnson will be feeling more confident now I think you can the the likelihood of brexit happening on October thirty first which is off rule the the will of the British people the particular votive Apraksin twenty sixteen told someone to deliver that a promise on the pledge to the Briton's lotus and it now Gardner is you assess the reaction in Great Britain the head of the labor party Jeremy Corbyn calling this quote a threat to our democracy John Brcko who is the house of Commons speaker calling it a constitutional outrage how do you respond to that yes on is being very fierce opposition from some quarters in parliament especially from the opposition Labour Party but also from the the speaker of the house of Commons tone of Brcko who in one of one on one time was actually conservative but I have to say either the pollen it really will be powerless in my view to to block a new deal brexit unless of parliament is able to bring down the conservative government in a no confidence vote they have one week to do that which begins on Monday next week I think it's unlikely the parliament will have the the votes to to do that and I expect that actually killed from will will succeed it is a rule goal which is to move forward with the brexit agenda but without a doubt I mean they're all a lot of angry voices in parliament and and the speaker of the house of Commons John Burke who is a very all didn't anti brexit campaigner he certainly is going to be one of the most vocal opponents of the suspension of parliament which also cool Scott cut down his own authority as speaker so naturally Mr Brcko is very upset about the developer or talking with now Gardner of the heritage foundation and we should point out this is something that you predicted in one of the conversations we had earlier this summer in terms of the time line if prime minister Johnson in fact was elected by the conservatives to head up the party so walk us through the new deadline October thirty first with parliament coming back in mid October give us a sense of what will happen during that two week period yes Sir on October fourteenth the the conservative government will outline what is known as the end of the queen's speech outlining their agenda and following that there will be a meeting of the European Union helpful October seventeenth to eighteenth where person will seek a new deal with the European Union to withdraw from the E. U. and if a deal is agreed and parliament well I should debate the new with full agreement on October twenty first twenty second and it has to be said of course that is a big question mark whether or not the you will agree to a new agreement that is acceptable to the British government my own sense is the person is heading towards what is known as a new deal brexit and I expect that that new deal brexit will will be implemented on October thirty first unless you're gonna see major concessions from the European Union and of course parliament has to prove when you eat you withhold deal on October twenty first on October twenty second say that there's a big question marks but I would say the policy is very very clear now that we are heading for a a British exit from the E. on October thirty first and most likely that is going to be a new deal exit where white person simply negotiable trade section with the European Union on the World Trade Organization term and I think that that is the most likely scenario now I think there's a very small child all of parliament stopping in new deal brexit but I'd say that that opportunity to parliament to block a new deal brexit is very very minimal right now and I think it's highly likely that we all get to see practical into October thirty first they should help Toba has a number of very big date starting with October the fourteenth the data the queen's speech and then you have the other European Union tells me don't have a seventeenth eighteenth and then parliament will debate the queen's speech and a potential with told agreement on October twenty first twenty second save a lot a lot of events happening in October and one final point we have touched on this in the past but one of the biggest stumbling blocks it continues to appear to be the issue between Northern Ireland which is part of the UK and the Republic of Ireland and trade along the border so explain what the issue is and why that has been so difficult yeah I'll say the big issue for the British government is what is what is called the northern on and backstop found the backstop is basically demanded Bonnie the the European Union order to prevent a heart border between north and on and on the Irish Republic well the backs of actually does is that it this person point into the E. U. customs union indefinitely which is unacceptable to the new British government off rule membership of the EU customs union would mean that Britain could not find the same free trade agreements including with United States and therefore Boris Johnson demanding that the backstop be removed altogether the British government is a is saying that there should be high technology solutions the border issue that there should be a complete removal of any kind of border control between the south and the north of Ireland and that and the backstop should also be removed altogether in order to free person from each house and even answer the British government in favor of any kind of upon border nor is the European Union for some kind of agreement can be reached to remove the backstop but also to ensure that there is no hard border between the north and south more details available online at heritage you dot org Nile gardener here in Washington thank you for being with us it's my pleasure thank you