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"We're going to start in the early nineties back before this shift. When the old rules about government borrowing still applied. Bill clinton had just been elected president. He appointed an economist named laura tyson to be one of his top advisors and she looked at the economy and she saw this glaring problem year after year. Both government deficits and interest rates. Were going up and then he said omega if we don't get a hold of this federal deficit than that trend will continue. Those rates will continue upward. That was a very significant concern. Higher interest rates were concerned for a couple of reasons for one thing. Obviously they meant that the government had to pay more to borrow money but also when interest rates for the government went up. Interest rates also went up for everybody else. And that's it up this whole cascade of problems so we're people won't buy as many houses. There won't be as many houses constructed in their wealth as much capital equipment invested in and investments in important part of the Economic growth in your all sorts of every interest sensitive part of the economy the way the government runs a deficit. The way it borrows money is by selling bonds treasury bonds. The government says to really anybody. Okay lend us whatever one hundred dollars and in say ten years we will pay you back with interest will pay you back one hundred twenty dollars. The bond is basically the government's i. Iou you that it will pay back that loan with interest and during the clinton administration because of that link between deficits and interest rates. Everybody in the white house talked about treasury bonds about the bond market time. James carville was a political advisor to president. Clinton was just an obsession. In the early days of clinton's everybody say what's the bond market could house bot mocking react to hell multiple. i don't know it just became this omnipresent. The heart of every conversation. James carville was not an economics guy but as he spent time at the white house he realized that sort of bizarrely all these people who worked there making policy the people who had what seemed like the most powerful jobs in the world. We're in fact terrified of the bond market so when a reporter from the wall street journal called up carville to talk about the bond market. He came up with this line that became sort of famous or at least bond market famous kid. I wanted to grow up with four hundred hitter. The pope and the president. But i just want to be the bond. Market's gonna scare the hell out of everybody pleat. What did he say. A what a hundred hitter like in baseball pope the president baseball. I cannot tell you how many times he said that's me. Every meeting every meeting a lot of my memories are about carville sort of making jokes about you. Know you issues as a bond trader bond traders. These are the people who work in finance all around the world who manage a bunch of money. Generally other people's money pension funds or college endowments that kind of thing and every day they decide what bonds to buy and what bonds to sell what companies and countries to lend to and what companies and countries to not lend to to stop lending to and like with any lender bond traders worry about lending more money to a borrower who is already borrowing a lot because all that borrowing makes it more risky and so to compensate for that risk bond traders demand a higher interest rate. They stop lending until rates. Go up and this bond traders demanding higher interest rates when the government is borrowing more money. This is the scenario that everyone was so worried about people. Were so afraid of this that there was even a special term for the bond traders. Who do this bond vigilantes. Bill clinton has convinced. The bond vigilantes are scary and in fact he decides the us needs to bring the deficit down. He decides to build a whole economic plan around getting rid of the deficit. One of the economists he brought in to make that happen was jason and a central argument. That we made was if you do this. It will lower interest rates and interest rates are lower will have more investment and more economic growth and sort of amazingly. All of this happened. They did raise taxes and cut spending and get the deficit down. In fact by the end of the clinton administration the deficit felt all the way to zero. And what came next was sort of a golden moment for the economy in silicon valley. There was the dot com boom but really the whole economy was doing great businesses of all kinds. Were doing well. Ordinary workers were getting breezes lower deficits lead to lower interest rates which led to more investment. And that was good for basically everybody. The system was working. The next big moment in the story comes right after the financial crisis of two thousand eight and this is the moment when everything is about to change when this big shift in the way the world works is about to happen but nobody quite nosy yet. Brock obama has just been elected. President obama brings in clinton's guy. Jason furman as one of his economic advisors and ferment. Goes into this meeting to discuss. How big of a stimulus. Bill obama should push for as he takes office. We met with the president-elect december sixteenth two thousand eight and we're all crowded together in a conference room. I think it was in a law firm in chicago and he wanted it to be big. He wanted to be bold but there was this worry. The stimulus was going to be funded with deficit. Spending government was going to borrow the money. And some of obama's own economic advisers worried that borrowing and spending too much money might actually harm the economy for that classic reason
"carville" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"And it's already could film. But that's that's unnecessary. It really is unnecessary evil. Yeah step away from the song. Do you have thoughts on the differences between brownsville. Danville girl or are we getting a little bit to you. Know it's possible to get to geeky. Never put that on the website. This stuff i prefer. Brown brown's go girl Third there's much to love in original. But i think between the recordings much gained my understanding is is that the work that went on after the recording. The first version of between the record first arsenal in the second was was was largely dylan. I don't think that was continued. Collaboration with some sheppard So the interested in actually just compared the compared to those lyrics because that may well show was some not is is. Bob i mean. I i love. I love both The finished versus final release version. The fantastic interplay with the backing singers the the sense of real drama but not just in the lyrics but in in the music again. Michael gray has written brilliantly by the way the song is half sung half spoken within a single line. He can shift between singing speaking. It's it's extraordinary by the way. Just as a teeny ledeen d'amato spend much time on expecting rain. But i did Have been a time on my hands. So i looked up a brownsville girl. Unexpecting ran at. Somebody had written into say that they'd been watching an episode of rawhide. The clint eastwood tv series that he made before he's a big star and there was a character named henry porter in its and the big thing was who was he because the only thing they knew about him was that his name wasn't henry porter. Now i don't know if that's true but somebody wrote thousand expecting rain so i wouldn't be a hollering. That wouldn't be tall surprise. Those true. i did love the d. You presumably have seen the bit. Where gregory peck pays tribute to bob by quoting the song. No haven't oh my god. It's on youtube. Oh alumnus check is updates at kennedy center award for ball. Bob is sitting there next to the clintons. And he's got this ribbon around his his neck and gregory pick comes out and quotes the first eight line. Lebron's ago and and dylan appears to be weeping. His his his eyes soften it. It's a quite a long shot. But at the end he nods and does a little not nama stay but doesn't sort of thing degree pack. And it's like his dreams have come true gregory peck quoting him. Because there is an interview early seventies. i think. I can't remember where where it is when i read it. But he's talking about gregory peck. I think he says not interview. I would see him in anything which is then comes back in in the song but yeah i wouldn't use the rawhide thing. I wouldn't be surprised if that was the case because we know he's got formed their of pinching stuff on i actually the other day i'd never seen the movie shannon before my son done Seventeen he's going through a kind of western fears. I think largely dictated by. Ads is a computer game called red dead redemption of chicago from it without the western setting and it set him off on a trip through the history of western east into Anyway we watched shan is not.
"carville" Discussed on Pantheon
"Is it rolling. Bob talking dillashaw easier host lucas hair. He's you'll host kerry shea but on the digital bob phone from lancashire. He's our guest playwright and screenwriter. Darah carville then she says. I know you're an artist. Draw picture of me. I said i would. If i could but i don't draw sketches from memory while she says i'm right here in front of you haven't looked i said all right. I know but i don of my drawing book. She gives me a napkin. She says you can do it on that. I say yes that could Where my pencil is at. She posed one out from behind her ear. She says all right now. Go ahead drama standing right here. I'll make a few lines. And i show it to hurt see but she takes the napkin on throws it back concern. That don't look a thing like me. I said kind miss it most certainly does. She says you must be joking. I say i wish i was. I love i love highlands. That's just and i love. I don't know where my pencil is at. That's one of the lines that made me laugh out loud dylan song. Why did you choose that their well. That's one of the reasons because it makes me laugh. And i think dylan's funniness is something that is often overlooked. Just funny. he is as a as a writer his some comic timing which has been there really right from the beginning of minute sort of fit. Sometimes there are periods where the work is kind of darker. But it's always lovely when that sense of humor comes back so may not passage. It does kind of a lot of the things that i most love dillon. It's got his amazing ear for dialogue that vernacular language on its got that kind of dramatic quality that his writing very often has storytelling quality. Where we go in to scene between two quite clearly defined characters having this kind of moment of engagement and drama conflict. So i loved all. It's something. I really respond to. Dylan's where does also kind of personal reason for i was one of those people. I guess like like you guys. Who was with dylan through the long dark years of the eighties are actually became the final filling in the early eighties and i was discovering. The you know the riches the treasure trove of the catalog at same time as the new work that was coming out of the empire burlesque until on were so per in in comparison and those sort of sense of him as an embarrassment. Administranor think now but there was. It was slightly embarrassing to be above dylan fan. I always felt. I always knew that there was going to be a revival anew..
Award-winning investigative journalist Robert Riggs talks to Podnews
"I had a front row seat to evil during thirty years of investigative reporting. I'm Robert Riggs I created true crime reporter to tell the backstory of cases you may never heard of before we asked award winning investigative reporter Robert Raikes how he makes his new podcast true crime reporter. His answers include the best way of taking notes, his experiences in the Gulf War and his favorite podcasts. You'll find it links from our show notes and newsletter today. US listeners and listening to eight percent more spoken word than last year. The highlights from the upcoming spoken word audio report from NPR and Edison Research which will be unveiled on October the thirteenth. The most popular day downloading podcasts as a Thursday that's according to Triton digital's weekly snapshots, Data John off the chief content officer Pierre, x is to retire at the end of this year Kerry Donahue Director of training has already left the company according to her linked in P. R. X. Management have been criticized for lack of diversity in gender equity. Meanwhile, NPR and APM employees have launched a website to change their companies culture. Not everyone is comfortable with New Technology Donald. The podcast gives your podcast. A phone number to call to anyone can listen to your show. Bullhorn also offers a similar experience. Volley is an only APP that allows you to do podcast interviews using audio messages. She's pretty cool and thank you to our latest gold supporter focused right the makers of the scarlet usb audio interface. Grateful to all kinds supporters who allow us to focus more time in improving these everyone you can do that too appalled news dot net slash support. It's a Monday. So time for some textile free claim, the nets have pressure group about cancel culture and Censorship has written about the podcast index saying it's time for an open podcast directory, which is good because we've got one now. Review of Meta data fields associated with podcast RSS feeds is a long paper that linked to today for my show notes and our newsletter. He looks at how people are using data fields in podcasts particularly, I tunes type of Meta data field written by a spotify employees and using data. Also from spotify use a behavior it concludes that outfield is often misleading or confusing, and isn't of much use. The podcast index now has the code in place to support website over two, hundred, sixty, two, thousand podcasts, support it they say they're working on subscribing to those shows are web sub. Shortly, they've also added MIT licenses to their get hub repositories. Paul Friend has added an embedded player, which it feel website. You can see on our embedded player guide to find that links from show notes and our newsletter, and if you want a decent set of similar looking at badges feel website pod page has just published a matching set. And in podcast news journalist, Nathan phone burqas drinks with exceptional people from around the world in a podcast called the trip. Travel, show that combines local perspectives, deep storytelling, an honest conversations that only happen when friends share a bottle. It's from Cabana and we thank them for their support have poured news today political on and politics war room. With James Carville, an hour hunt have formed a new partnership in the lead to the US presidential election. It's the latest podcast now produced by policy con and podcast one is growing this sports net sports programming network adding the Michael. Irvin. podcast to their slate were promised an eight. Round at the end of every podcast. Something we're missing.
Interview with Chuck and Matt McMurray
"Guys. Welcome back to this show. How are you guys doing good very good. Thanks for having a crisp known well. Yeah Oh definitely, you guys are making some power moves in the world of Mo- par, and I'm really excited about your current project, which is the build Mo- projects. I've been talking about it as much as I can because I'm so excited about it but for those that aren't familiar with the build moped project, tell us what that's about. Sure. So earlier, this year especially with all the. Political he will and everybody being locked in their house and most experts being close. We felt like we really wanted to do something different for the drag racing ammo, par audience but for the most part people that liked to build and nearly race Mo- Parson. So we came up with what we call the V. Eight vote or the Cooperative Carville? Which which we originally named democracy on selects but elite stuck with the bill par. But the concept being that consumers enthusiasts could vote on Roughly. Ten to eleven eleven different stages of the build of a car that we would campaign in twenty twenty one. So the only thing we really had going into it was nominations by the vendors of what they thought. You know the four cars should be and what the racing sanctioned bodies should be that we participated in and from there it's been enthusiast votes, many times in the hundreds, and we're through think six votes now. So it's a it's getting interesting. We're we're now getting into the Technical Aspects of Picking drive lines and setting the car up for. Things that are really going to define how it runs and. Fuel that it uses in that. So really interesting. So the way that it's worked is about every two or three weeks we release a new vote and we do various marketing events to get the campaign out there make the poll available and then the people vote. For example right now, we're at the the engine build. Vote they're picking the enthusiasts are picking the shop they wanNA see building engine. Previous to that was the super chart, the the power and that the win went to the whipple super charger. So we're starting to define some of the more mechanical things but. It's been a really fun project. We're getting a lot of feedback. We actually get a lot of questions email to us, and it's just been fun to be able to interact with the audience and there are some prizes in there too that that I never expected. So that's been been a lot of fun to see what people really think and what they vote on for each phase of the car. Awesome what kind of questions are you getting about the car? So. Know even though we published that we're going to be running it in modern street hemi shootout people have asked us what class. That that, we're planning a running in you know what kind of fuel were planning on running? How big the tires will be. You know before it's funny. A lot of the things that they drill into are the questions that are going to get answered when the next votes come up. So they were asking us what engine shop. You be running a a moped transmission or not will we be running Dana or an eight and three quarter or not? You know what's the size of the root tires? and. Then, of course we get. Free unsolicited advice. Which I knew we would get with You know what we think we what what folks think we should be doing. And things like that. So it's been good. It's it's educating given that we've got a company that's going to be continuing to build cars are after this campaign is over. So this is actually serving as kind of a prototype for one of the bodies will be offering. As as a graduates to the. Final stages? Right on. So this is going to be a package that. Ready Chassis will be able to provide to people that you WANNA go fast correct. Yeah. We'll have it in. We'll have it in three different formats really well, actually four I should say is will will be publishing a book a manual on how to how to build the exact same car using the same package and some of the things that we faced in the process. You'll be able to build a a or by a rolling chassis that is painted and essentially built without drive line. And then you'll be able to get a relatively finished car with Dr Line and. Maybe leaving us some of the details out like safety Belsen parachutes and things like that or the completely assembled. Her and and tested. ready to rock version of. Of. The same car so An will probably offer popular colors as well as the factories watches that are available.
"carville" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast
"Effluent into our digital information system you know on. The second day of the trump administration when Kellyanne, conway announced. That the administration would be putting out alternative facts. We thought that was laughable. But she was telling us how it was going to be. You you can't run. A functioning society if you don't agree on facts. This, this of course has been going on forever. There weren't too many kings or emperors or autographs who bothered to be scrupulously honest. Things were especially bad for example, before the enlightenment. But I grew up in a time where at least society agreed on certain facts. Science is based on evidence. We agreed that the earth was round. And what the force of gravity is and. So we were able to send a man to the. Moon. We we have the west coast burning. Scientists are telling us that because global warming the eastern Arctic ice sheet. is now vulnerable to collapse. And would raise sea level by ten feet around the world if if it melted entirely. But the president said in California this week things are going to get colder because winter is coming in the fires in the West Coast could have been prevented if folks in California and Oregon had just raked the forest. There is so much at stake in this coming. Bait. That's why I do this podcast. I believe that if Vice President Biden listened to my two guests today that it will help his debate performance and that could very well determine the outcome of this election. The second most important election of life time the first being the last election which we blew. And we cannot let that happen again. So let's first go to James Carville. You'll hear we had some technical difficulties in the couple of interruptions during this but I think you'll find those actually entertaining also we begin our conversation talking about James Daughter Maddie. With whom I had a delightful tax back and forth on her dad's phone, and we learned that Mattie is engaged to get married and that she and her fiance had to delay their wedding because of of covert but James Very proudly mentions that Maddie worked for New Orleans, mayor, Mich Landrieu and that she worked on the first draft of a speech and he gave a couple of years ago when he took down a few of the confederate statues there in the city of New Orleans and this was. One of the most powerful and moving speeches I've ever heard and her fiance, the final draft of the speech with the mayor. So before I get to James I, I know he would want me to play just a few short minutes. Of this beautiful important speeches, Mitch Landreau. From may two thousand seventeen there is a difference you see between remembrance. Of History. And the reverence of it. For America New Orleans. It has been a long and winding road marked by tragedy and triumph, but we cannot be afraid of the truth. As President George W. Bush said at the dedication ceremony. For the National Museum of African American History and culture and I quote a great nation does not hide its history it faces its flaws. And it corrects them. So, today I want to speak about why we chose to remove these four monuments to the lost cause of the confederacy, but also how and why this process can move towards healing..
Despite Widespread Pain, Economy Remains Strong Selling Point For Trump
"The president's approval rating remains low. He gets higher marks on the economy than other issues. That's true. Even now with almost thirty million people collecting unemployment benefits as Republicans focus on opportunity at they're convention the economy remains. One of the president's strongest selling points. NPR's Scott horsely reports. It takes a certain amount of Hooda campaign on your economic record when the unemployment rate is in double digits but that's exactly what president trump's been doing. You see the kind of numbers that were putting up there unbelievable best job numbers ever three months more jobs in the last three months before in boasting about the big job gains in May June and July trump conveniently omits the historic job losses. In March and April so far the US has recovered less than half the jobs that disappeared this spring this morning new numbers showing the worst unemployment rate since the Great Depression a staggering number and the worst since the Great Depression worse than anything we have seen since the Great Depression ordinarily a recession like this would be crippling for a president seeking reelection look at what happened to George H W Bush back in Nineteen ninety-two despite his popularity after winning the first Gulf, War Bush's economic approval rating plummeted to just eighteen percent during what was in hindsight a relatively mild recession unemployment that year peaked at seven point eight percent but that was enough to send the president packing. That famous line from Bill, Clinton's adviser James Carville doesn't seem to apply to trump the president's economic approval rating has slipped since the beginning of the year, but it still hovering near fifty percent. So what's going on what's going on is the memory of the economy before the pandemic Republican pollster with air says, many Americans are still judging trump on the economy as it was six months ago before the coronavirus took hold here, it was rolling unemployment was at historic lows. The economy was in great shape before the pandemic killed it presidential approval ratings in general don't swing up or down as much as they used to as Americans have become more locked into rigid partisan attitudes. But Gallup's Lydia Saad also suspects many people are giving trump a pass. When it comes to the economic downturn, they're more concerned about the pandemic NC the economy is just a temporary symptom. SORTA like a hurricane something that's happened is come in it's created all kinds of havoc. But it's going to go away to get back to normal. That's how Mark Schneider sees it. He retired from the Navy after twenty years on nuclear submarines, and now runs an advocacy group for nuclear power. Last week, the S. and P. Five, hundred stock index was heading for a record high Schneider tweeted that the trump economy is unstoppable. The recession he says will soon pass but just steals temporary. Pause Kinda, paused economy as opposed to something mucking the system as he drives around his home of Chesapeake in South Eastern Virginia Schneider is confident that a lot of people feel the same way I? have yet to see a single biden sign in my entire city. I haven't seen a bumper sticker seen anything by him, but there's trump flag flying everywhere. My forecast is, is that trump's gonNA take a single landslide airs the GOP pollster is not so certain despite trump's solid grade on the economy air says, it may not be enough to save the president come November, the corona virus has driven out. Everything else trump's overall approval rating is considerably lower than his economic marks weighed down in part by his handling of the pandemic until there's a solution for the corona virus air says, it's going to be difficult for the economy to come roaring back.
Houston - 3 Dead, 9 Injured After Alleged Drunk Driver Crashes Into Motorcycle Club
"Of of the the Law Law Enforcement Enforcement Motorcycle Motorcycle Club Club were were killed killed nine nine others others in in that that club club critically critically injured injured in in an an accident accident near near Curve Curve Il Il Today Today about about 65 65 miles miles northwest northwest of of San San Antonio. Antonio. Over Over those those of of you you not not familiar familiar with with Carville, Carville, a a group group was was on on a a ride ride celebrating celebrating the the group's group's anniversary. anniversary. When a motorist crossed the center line on the highway hitting the motorcycles. The Cur County Sheriff's Department says the Motors has been arrested on counts of intoxicated manslaughter. And intoxicated assault. On
"carville" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning America. This is the cat's table trying to catch him. Tv's here Sunday morning. Well is anybody thinking about politics? Is Anybody thinking about democratic politics? You know with all this virus stuff going around. What is today is a good friend? Change cargo also known as Regime Cajun and me and him or too hot spots of Im in new you off. He's in New Orleans but let's talk politics. Good Morning James How are you this morning on? This bill can be under circumstances cats and I hope doing well and hope you stay in say I I am well and the hope we stay well. I hope you'll be able to celebrate something someday. Soon your democratic politics. They postponed it invention. I'm not sure it's ever GonNa Happen Right now. The presumed winner is Joe Biden. But people walking around and saying Biden. Who Give us your. You're one of the smartest democratic analysts I know. Tell us tell the American people what the heck is going on? The Democrats already could nominate and duty wanted to respect them cryptovest. But we're sounding shot. Joe Biden to be our nominee. So He's got me. There's not gonNA be a convention of Picot really surprised me because I hope it over time we can but most people are dubious as mine and we'll have a you know how we're going to conduct the election in November was still anybody's guess so lately. I'm sure you're watching the national news Age Warm Oh is a good friend of Joe Biden. Say Will you always together All of a sudden he is making big strides in Democratic Party He run twenty twenty four. Or what is he doing? I'll have no idea. I bet the twenty twenty but they could definitely going to be twenty four. He governor will be on everybody's list potential strong candidates but I mean he just had this opportunity where he he. He's an impressive guy. He's experience guy. He he understands the media and he build a stage that the president didn't try to fill in the jar now for a long time he didn't and so I mean I think most people will say they have done that. Live admirable job in circumstances. So you feel in your long experience. It's a done deal for Joe Biden and Joe Biden has already announced. He's in a pick a woman Vice presidential candidate. So you feel it whether there's a convention or there's no convention that's the way it's GonNa come down to five thirty eight. There's a one percent chance that Biden is not the nominee Do you ever want to give anything one percent chats and there was no way he now could. They live in folding patterns. Change and till more toward the Bernie's direction that God could say there's a given Gulab balanced by mail and stuff but I wouldn't put it much. Well the only thing I could see wrong. He's Joe Biden. Something happens to him On the way to the On the way to the party I don't think I mean a lot to happen to me. Just electric stand does nothing. He's GonNa Win Automotive Bernie Sanders. Is he a try to run as a socialist or liberal or something? I gotta understand some about Bernie Sanders. Sanders doesn't care that much about the election. He needs views until the power. That's two thousand sixteen. Election is most important is because they have. This argument is clearly is not going to be the Democratic nominee in. He's hanging around. I don't know I'm sure that's all what they all do for a living and as long as they can get these small donors to keep funding. Them they'll keep sputtering all out there but he doesn't. He's not a Democrat. I am sure he likes Biden. From where put understand show so a pretty big most people like Biden? But they're out doing thing. I don't expect but some of them are going to be very helpful in November. They they think trump will expedite the revolution in the revolution had just timetable not the Democratic Party. They'RE NOT MEMPHIS. We're going to understand that they would like to learn it so it could kill it. Democrats decided there'd be one Bernie. Sanders reminds me of the movie. The way we were Barbra streisand was all about socialism. And all about doing the.
Maxine Waters: 'I Don't Know' if Biden Can Beat Trump
"Maxine waters this is number ten last night on a website called just the news and the correspondent ask your question what do you most like auntie Maxine Biden or Bernie it's not about good luck it's about now watching and understanding who can beat truck heating bein has what it takes to be dropped I don't know but we'll see she doesn't think so she doesn't think Biden can beat trump and she's right Biden can't beat anybody this is yeah this is I think what what all of these Democrats were trying to shut down this primary now stop and think of that you know we we laughed at it we had our fun of us stop and think what these clowns are suggesting from James Clyburn to James Carville to the Democrat leadership council are all talking about everything this now Democrat voters this **** Democrats have made it perfectly clear that they want they want they want Joe bye bye does a guy right they do this is what is what this means not shut it down before even half the delegates are picked
"carville" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Home Michigan. That's the reality of politics. This is an opportunity that you you just don't see very often in politics. I mean we have a chance to come in. If we'RE SMART WE GOT. We got a chance to run the table in. November in your dream scenario which is clearly a Biden nomination whom does he choose as VP. I'm kind of a big fan of Gretchen. Whitmer the governor of Michigan. She gave a rebuttal to the state of the Union and she talks about things that matter to people in my own state. Our neighbors in Wisconsin and Ohio. Pennsylvania and all over the country wages have stagnated while CEO pay has skyrocketed so when the President says the economy is strong. My question is strong. For whom strong for the wealthy who are reaping rewards from tax cuts? They don't need. She's very focused on issues. That Matt An and that's what it's about who fights for working hard working Americans Democrats. Do you know we had actual real life experiment in two thousand eighteen where you had. I think it was fifty times that a leftist candidate challenged a liberal and forty seven times in the primary to liberal run. We had the biggest margin in the history of Y- election. We had the highest turnout since women were granted the right to vote and you know what we we just talked about fundamental issues and then it went poorly until James Clyburn got up and just knocked a hole democratic body back into reality in that we owe him a great debt. This country in this country is. That's not what challenges. I'll tell us in making the greatness of this country accessible and affordable for all if it's healthcare isn't it sessile is the audible education is accessible is the photo of housing and nobody ever worked in public life is committed to that motto that pledge that I have Dema Constituents surprised how hopeful you are about Vice President Biden. Bob What should I be other than I mean Biden? Who knows me? He has a history. They had some things that are kind of strange which you science fiction. We choose truth over facts for kids. Justice bright injustice towns white kids way ovationhair. Three seven creative. Go you know the you know the thing I wish they'd just scheduling for Events Day. People they're going to vote for him as long as you don't talk about if you agree with me. Go to Joe Three. Oh three three. Oh and helped me in this fight. Thank you very much. So it's his delusional. You really think it's his to lose. I wow we're going to call this episode hopeful conversation with James Carville. Give me a counter argument okay. Well we'll talk a little bit more about the other guy after the break.
Strategist Steve Schmidt Discusses Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump
"Do you think that Bernie Sanders is the biggest threat to your president trump? Right now I do think so I would say that the biggest threat to president trump is president trump. What do you mean by that? Well if he's on his game as he was at the state of the Union there's a candidate in the country that can beat them if there is a second choice of than himself it would be Bernie Sanders Bernie. Sanders brings out outside game in a similar fashion. That president trump did in two thousand sixteen interesting moment there with Tim. Scott of South Carolina Senator Bernie Sanders coming off a big win in Nevada. And on Saturday we will come to what is only. Let's remember the second primary of the political season. Let's talk about the state of our politics with us. Now Steve Schmidt a veteran former Republican strategist us since left the Republican Party. But he's here with US tonight. That's all we care about. Let's take them one at a time. Let's start with the Republicans. Start WITH SENATOR. Scott's point the biggest risk to donald trump is donald trump because we just had shannon petty peace with with a straight face as a reporter. Say It's another one of these crises corona virus. That trump didn't start himself. Well Look Tim. Scott is correct. I mean the person that is always created the most powerful for Donald trump politically is is donald trump but since his acquittal by the Senate as he's purging the government of anybody he thinks is disloyal as he is taking his revenge is he is a visceral rating the rule of law in unprecedented fashion. Interfering in criminal cases the Department of Justice his poll numbers are going up and so he is consolidating power at an alarming rate in doing so liberally. Let's talk about the Democrats and as we do. I WanNa play the Clip Bernie. Sanders campaign manager. Came on with Chris Hayes earlier on this network tonight. We'll look at that one of the reasons that I love and fight for Bernie Sanders. There's integrity and honesty. You get with him and what that means is when you ask them a direct question he gives you a direct response comes from his heart from his soul. Tells you exactly what he's thinking right and that means that sometimes you may disagree with his perspective but you know he's he's shooting straight with. He's not playing a political game. So when you ask them about. Hey how about Cuba and the Castro? Oh well he's an authoritarian. He's engaged in human rights abuses however there were some good things that happened in Cuba. We should acknowledge those two. And that's an honest answer and then other people will play political games. And that's why for instance Chris. I think over the course of this campaign. We've benefited from the fact that his stray shooting his integrity. His honesty rises above other people's efforts to try to offer political barbs and try to throw cheap shots in the kitchen sink at him that were tonight and at a CNN town hall and the last hour people to judge just said in effect here. We are as a party. We're talking about Fidel Castro. Indeed and they are and you look at travesty of a debate if you're in the business of wanting to remove Donald Trump from office. The one thing that wasn't talked at all about in that debate was trump or trumpism and so the campaign managers talking about Bernie Sanders Integrity. Is he showing integrity by not releasing his medical records? Is he showing transparency and integrity by not talking about the Price Tag associated with student? Loan Forgiveness Free Pre pre K. daycare for everybody. And there's no price tags on any of this. It's a dishonest progressivism. That's NO DIFFERENT THAN DONALD. Trump's dishonesty talking about the Mexican paid for wall it's all fantasy and so when Bernie Sanders goes out there. He starts talking about well. Here's the good sides of Fidel Castro. I think it's important to understand that there might be a constituency for that in this country but it's a really small one and it's certainly not enough to get you into an electoral college majority to win the White House. And it certainly dooms your chances in Florida. How do you process the fact that tomorrow night? We're going to have seven people on stage. Two of them are billionaires. Two of them look at real double digit poll numbers knowing that money bought those poll numbers not some inner need to have them as our next president. How do we process that well? I think they're two different cases right so first off. Mike Bloomberg was the mayor of New York City for twelve years and by any objective standard. He was one of the most competent successful leaders of large government anywhere in the world over the last quarter century. He was a profoundly successful mayor. I think it's a mistake for Democrats to attack. Somebody like Mike. Bloomberg who grew up in a middle-class circumstance and is a self made man is one of the country's greatest philanthropists and I disagree with him on a number of different issues but if you are invested in progressive causes. It's hard for me to think of anybody who has done more to advance progressivism whether it's on gun issues whether it's on climate then has Mike Bloomberg so the notion that Mike Bloomberg is on that stage somehow illegitimately is not something that I really understand. Tom Steyer has been an activist in American politics. Now for some period of years he has communicated a message. He's gotten the requisite poll numbers to be on the stage. The question will be after the South Carolina primaries. If you have eight moderate Democrats all of whom might have a greater chance of beating Donald Trump and does Bernie Sanders? Will some of those candidates get out of the race to help coalesce support around the strongest? Moderate candidate? Poor the issue right now in the Democratic primaries you cannot make an objective judgement and say Bernie Sanders is going to go down to Donald Trump in the swing states on the basis of poll numbers because the poll numbers. Don't support that in those states. But when you look at Bernie Sanders positions that we should criminalize illegal immigration. That we're going to take health insurance away from one hundred fifty million people who have private health insurance a of other issues the type of rhetoric that you saw him use on sixty minutes talking about Castro. All of these issues come together. In a way that I think objectively with James Carville said is disqualifying for somebody running for president in somebody. Who'S LIKELY TO LOSE TO DONALD TRUMP and I think that's what you're saying. A lot of panic in the democratic electorate in the democratic officeholder class in these days really focused on Steve Schmidt always a pleasure. Thank you for
Where does the Democratic primary stand after New Hampshire?
"A license join me earlier in the program from NPR she's also a familiar face on fox news talking about twenty twenty the Democrats and much more here's part of my conversation with Mara okay where to begin let's let's start with New Hampshire okay and your response your reaction your analysis now that were a bit removed from what happened about where this race currently stands I think the race currently stands with one candidate who seems to have consolidated the left lane of the party that's Bernie Sanders and the center lane is filled with candidates and sap lane has not coalesced around a single alternative to Sanders he's been winning with twenty two percent of the vote twenty five percent of the vote much much less that he got last time remember New Hampshire twenty sixteen a bit help be calorie Clinton by twenty two percent two got something like sixty percent of the vote what New Hampshire told us this time is a lot of that code for Bernie Sanders last time was anti Hillary it wasn't necessarily pro Sanders because that though didn't just go to another left wing candidate Elizabeth Warren get when people to catch any club which are it tells you that Sanders is the leader he has the most plausible path to get a plurality of delegates just what we see now but the big question is can the center left coalition around one person so let's discuss coalescence first on the progressive side you mentioned Elizabeth Warren she put out at this appeal basically pleading with her supporters earlier saying I need money and I need it now to stay viable through super Tuesday is she don it is done if he can't win somewhere where is she going to win that's a question I mean she was not just competing in New Hampshire he was from Massachusetts message right candidates have a built in advantage that mediate the share of media market with New Hampshire Bernie Sanders is also a neighbor but not the kind of neighbor that people from Massachusetts are so people really knew Alyssa formed in New Hampshire on a voted for her in fourth place and she also put a huge amount of time and effort into Iowa a massive ground game she came in distant third then really stumbled I mean fourth place in Iowa a in in New Hampshire rather is is really catastrophic for her and that's your point is right I look ahead to the next couple states and then super Tuesday where do you see a you know low hanging fruit to be plucked by Elizabeth Warren to actually know where I don't really see nowhere nowhere I don't see one do you think he might want her to stick around just to to eat out aggressive voters so it doesn't get easier for Bernie no yes if that was true but I don't think her voters work all going to Bernie I'd like early on progresses decided if we want to choose between two left wing candidates let's choose the guy who's been around the longest and has never wavered in his belief in our again that may pick Bernie what he started shedding voters remember Elizabeth Warren was once at the top of the heap at the polls when he started hitting voter she showed them to Amy Klobuchar and people to catch so that was pretty interesting this is not has not been a neatly dividing ideological race very important point and I just add one note on that yeah so I saw morning console call where they ask democratic voters for their second choice right to the got their favorite but if not him or her then who and among Joe Biden's supporters next on the depth chart number two choice was Bernie Sanders and rally for Bernie Sanders yeah yeah everyone keeps saying well if if these people all get together then they can stop burning and it's just not quite that simple but it is very obvious that the establishment of the party the center left they're getting extremely worried about Bernie Sanders James Carville is out there shouting to anyone who will listen this is a disaster in the making listen to cut five he was Carville on TV there's a certain part of the Democratic Party wants us to be a cult I'm not interested in being in a call I'm I'm seventy five years old I'm just not a not a very cold to person the only thing the plane began nine states in the abyss if the Democratic Party and if we go to where the British labor party if we nominate German Coleman is going to be to end today I am I'm scared to death I really am the end of days and of course the Jeremy Corbyn references to Bernie Sanders Bernie firing back in cut for Hey was it all the respect is a political hack who said very terrible thing was what he was working for Clinton against Barack Obama Vicki said some of the same things we are taking on troll the Republican establishment call gold and the democratic establishment but at the end of the day the grass roots movement that we are putting together of young people of working people of people of color want real change
Bernie Sanders: James Carville is a political hack
"So this thing is on between the president and Michael Bloomberg going back and forth with all of the sick burns meanwhile on the other side you have a lot of people going after Bernie Sanders yes the technocratic establishment the media all Democrats yeah there are plenty of Democrats freaking out about the possibility of having a socialist like Bernie Sanders as their presidential candidate and they're not being quiet about it one of them is the old Clinton operative James Carville been yelling his head off about socialism yes he has in all due respect is a political hack whoa hold on a second that's Bernie's reaction to James Carville on CNN last night after talking about we can't have this socialist sits like a cold yeah and Bernie's punching back like a J. was in all due respect is a political hack wow like the way those guys start with respectfully here hack she's I don't mean anything mean right the guys right honestly before we move on with the story if someone really is a hack what is the nicest way you could say they're hack slanted unfair okay not very good at his job right there you go but man that's not nice no it's not but if it's the truth how old do you say it I think it's nice guy I just don't think that he's very good at his job although started with no offense okay com okay guys call me all right I'm not offended by that there's no way a J. was in all the respect is a
BONUS: State of the Race | 2020 Primary Analysis with Emily Tisch Sussman
"I'm Jim Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with democratic political strategists Emily Tisch sussman and she's a correspondent on MSNBC and CNN. And she's also the host of the popular political podcast primary playlists. She actually interviewed Hillary Clinton and last week. And I'm totally jealous anyway. Emily join me for quick state of the race analysis including a post debate analysis of the first democratic debate following the Iowa Cacus the Iowa caucus the Seattle with a surprising in ever changing results. Yes that Iowa Caucus we also talk about Tuesday's New Hampshire primary and and what's going to happen beyond that. So here's my conversation with Emily Tisch Sussman to sussman. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you so much for having me you know I just realize is yesterday that we're entering the second week of February. It's very new and I need a vacation. I need my summer vacation like yesterday. He because I was thinking through last week Monday was the Caucus Iowa caucus which was chaotic. To say the least following that I think Tuesday was the wildest Steve The union I've ever witnessed my entire life than once they I think was the acquittal Thursday. We had a bit of a break and Friday. I think was the tenth. Democratic debate was at the tenth or the eleventh. Yeah something around that. I am extremely pregnant right now and like the joke that this thing could force me into labor like shocking into into Labor like stopped being funny this week because there were many although the thing that ultimately ended up doing it was when I was worried that Jerry Harris wasn't going to share bat was ultimate. Well you made it. You made it especially to the caucus. So what was your take. What's your take on the Iowa caucus from last week in the state that we're in right now because honestly i? I'm still a bit confused. It is crazy. I mean I've been saying I was at I was at in Iowa for the caucus in two thousand sixteen and was truly leash shocked by the process and the fact that I felt like so many people got left out because they didn't just couldn't have the time or the transportation to be able to show up and participate -ticipant net Last week one of the things that almost shocks me into Labor is that I interviewed Hillary Clinton and she said the process was undemocratic which is actually the farthest this I've ever heard anybody go in describing it and I think that how everybody pretty much feels that way like one of the things that I worry about in the long term as if November is the long-term though when weeks or as long as last week November can feel like long term one of the things that I worry about is that even if trump is loses uses. The electoral college loses the election. He won't step down and he'll question the results of the election and I don't think that that the results also the Iowa caucus if we even have results right now. We finally do and Democratic candidates questioning the results of it. I don't think it helps set a precedent for us to be able to have a peaceful transfer of power if there should be one November. No because you're exactly right because immediately wants to come out about the Iowa Caucus. He jumped on twitter to cast doubt on the whole process. Do you remember that. Said something like old Democrats are in disarray or something. I O caucuses a mess. and He's already casting doubt down on the process. Probably looking for is what's going to happen in November exactly. It's a way to be able to do so doubt from the beginning so that he can essentially control control the outcome because if he controls the entire frame of the narrative which isn't that he's very good at doing then he can get everybody reacts to it so we're no longer just starting from creating our our own framework of like what would normally be considered truth. We're only reacting back and forth to what he says. I'm glad you said that because I've been thinking about that too and I kind of mentioned that every now and again but I still kind of like a conspiratorial list when I talk about the fact that he may not stepped down. He's been hinting at this. Like he tweets out trump twenty twenty four trump eight trump. We know twenty thirty two. I mean he won't be alive that long but I mean but there's always exactly but anyway anyway so you know it's it's it's actually a possibility that we would have to struggle to get him out of office even if he did lose the electoral college in November. I mean it's something that seems totally crazy but these are crazy times and we are not dealing with somebody who is truly grounded in reality when you are only driven by by our own narcissism and and. Apparently the rules don't apply. I feel like everything's on the table. I think one of the biggest impacts of his presidency is that we don't know how to follow up with questions so we we see we've seen this time and time again although there's no longer White House briefings but but it started from day one right from the beginning with Sean. Spicer talking about the crowd. The size of the inauguration that journalists would say well that's wrong. Here's the evidence and whether it's the president or the surrogates would say well no. I'm just sticking to my point. How many times can journalists follow up and say you're factually incorrect? It's right in front of you before they have to just move on right. Exactly I mean I try to follow up on the the lies in that seat of the new address. I mean like Nancy Pelosi the only thing she could have was tearing up the and and let me tell you why I actually think that was so brilliant is the next day. The only conversation was about Nancy Pelosi. Tearing up trump ended up tweeting more about Pelosi tearing bring up the speech than the content of his own speech. Yeah so the Iowa Caucus you know. I think that we have the results. Although I did see something this morning that said that the the Sanders Bernie Sanders was asking for a partial re canvassing of Iowa. And I'm not really sure what that process is but I guess just in short. I don't think that this completely close is an honestly I mean. I don't wanNA sound like trump. I'm not sure how much we can even trust the actual numbers. I'm just not sure I mean. How much do they trust that I mean at this point? What what they have are going back to the paper recordings of tallying up counting? Who is in the room counting? Who moved I mean they're they're combing back through it. I think the thing that has been frustrating to me about the coverage of Iowa is that it's not winner. Take all so who quote wins. Sounds actually doesn't really matter that much it's how many delegates you get out of it. The the reason we care about who wins is because they get a lot out of momentum out of it they they are now seen as electable they can you know bank on fundraising on momentum all of that but that was essentially all negated because of the disaster the function of the caucus So the fact that he and Buddha judge are neck and neck within one delegate in the grand scheme of things one delegate it is likely not GonNa make the biggest difference it feels like they should just move onto the next contest. You know practically it doesn't make a difference but you're right. It does make a difference in terms of momentum and I think that Buddha judge has probably benefited the most from being that close to sanders right. I think that the final count was Buddha. Judge was one delegate ahead of seeing. What's so essentially? You could say claim that he's the winner the winner of the Iowa Caucus which you know as far as like optics are concerned earned. That's really good for him and not the best sanders given given like if you look at the entire context of the primary the news. That's falling Bernie Sanders this week right He had an interview with Chuck. Todd or he talked about you know. He decided that he wasn't going to release his medical records. Right and then James Carville didn't interview where he also also questioned whether it was a smart move for America to select Bernie Sanders as their nominee. Right I mean so I think that Bernie Sanders Sanders needed that push more than Buddha judge at this moment. Well yes I mean I think they both I think they both benefited from it. A lot because sanders entire argument has been Ed. I am electable because I will turn out new voters. I will expand the electorate. I will bring out people who don't normally vote and because because the turn out is actually less than two thousand eight and a little bit above where it was in two thousand sixteen. That argument looks like it fell a little bit flat that it may not be true wasn't like there was this surge of new people coming in Buda judge I think benefits from it. I actually think they both benefit equally. I don't think it really matters who at this point is named like the quote winner. Because I think the whole thing just looks like maths to be honest with you and I think it's why people care about New Hampshire so much but I think that the reason that that Buddha judge got a big bump from it is really the Buddha Judge Biden narrative that it's such a huge contrast where Biden's made argument was electability pretty And the fact that booth judge performed so much better than Biden defying define where people thought that he would have been even in the the last couple of polls before that it seemed like he had fallen maybe to third or fourth so the fact that he did so much better I think was the big exciting narrative for him happy. You know. Reporters don't really want to report on something that if it seems like it's supposed to happen it happens like not that exciting but if it seems like it's not supposed to happen search then it's amazing. I mean I think unfortunately the candidate that really got raised in all of this is the fact that Warren came in third. She in this race this she came in third. She will probably come in first or second in New Hampshire. So let's talk about her that way.
"carville" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Back. Please welcome Adam Corolla and James Carville. Don't act thank the University of Southern California l. -fornia for foreign ED roads wrong. So we're GONNA do about forty minutes college football and then we'll dedicate the the last three minutes to political questions James and I have met before and I've interviewed change before so I'm the course looking forward to this and I have so many questions about what's going on in in politics and feel like you're uniquely qualified to answer so let's just start with the Democrats. What do you think what do you like? Who Do you like? What do they think? Think I think I I think there's one moral imperatives in that is to give trump out of assassins you can't and anything that is in furtherance of that moral imperative fall but obviously I want to get trump our our and the best way to get trump out or the only way to get trump out is to get a Democrat in and the question is is do you go full Hard sorta radical left Bernie Sanders. Do we move toward the center with the Elizabeth Warren..
"carville" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"'cause Carol had this whole beautiful setup at Out of the Airport lax airport and a whole full crew. Everybody there and just prior that point I had been working for a Japanese company called. He know who still exists there primarily of manufacturer manufacturer buses and trucks but At that time we're talking about one thousand nine hundred sixty seven or so. They had a group within the company. I need that were enthusiasts that wanted to build a very high quality porsche type car and through a long series of events I got together and began again to do some development for them and one of the last things that we did that was really great as they had. They had finally built very nice little coupe and they gave me two of them to run in the United States to see how it would work in the American market because at that time no Japanese company had yet ascended to the top there. Toyota Nissan were here but they were basically building sort of under licence French or German or talion or English type. Cars were all very much outdated and we're not very successful in the American market Hino came over with a car that they developed out of actually Reno and gave those cars to me and a I put the full hot Rod treatment on and the first the vent that we really had to compete with the Times Mirror Grand Prix in in sixty eight was riverside. Yeah so Because because the Times Mirror Grand Prix it was not Sanctioned by the way but by the CAL club which was a separate group here in southern California they were the first ones to really put put on professional racing in the United States on road racing prior that point the sea which is based out of Westport Connecticut head this very Olympic ideal. All all recent was supposed to be for gentleman. It wasn't to be paid for so when the cow club started setting up pro races out here in California with the Times Mirror Grand Prix it became the largest paid money race in the world. We had all the top drivers from Europe coming over and it was a major major deal and we had crossed out there starting at eighty thousand thousands clear up till I think one hundred thirty thousand. That was a that was a big deal race. It was a race that went on. For many years. It was a race that Let's see who famously it was. Newman race there. Quite a few times. Everyone race there and the trend. The name escapes me but all the one of the drivers offers of the Newman nine thirty. Five and I'll come back and hit you with it in the second died there in a nine thirty five I think in like eighty eighty eighty three eighty four so I have a lot of vivid memories of that that track I went to a race. They're not with. My Dad. Was someone else's Dad. I I did didn't like racing down. I went there and like eighty two or eighty three so Is a story Ray. So you brought the Hino there. We took took to Hino's there and what happened is sorry Ralph stumbling. Oh Yes yes sorry got well. This is clear much much charlier of the racing. Just sixty eight of lunka Yup so in other to have an opening event there of the The Times Mirror Grand Prix. The CAL club decided that they would have Rafer sedans because he. SEC did not recognize it and racing. I mean the Transam. None of this ever for happened. Cal Club here in southern California was the guys were the visionaries. It wanted to pay money. That understood that there was a whole market for sedans so into heaven. Opening event there They invited all the guys in southern California that wanted to raise sedan. So we had this incredible collection of mini coopers. Cooper is a Lotus Cortina's Sobs of rentals You know every foreign car it could not race in the SPCA but was sort of run by a bunch of enthusiasts showed up there and they had this opening event so I build up a couple of real hot hainault thirteen hundred contests and we lead the field in one one two and it was a major major deal because what had happened is that the Japanese were had come to the United States to see the way the Americans promoted motor racing to sell cars and so when I pulled into into victory circle at that time I was surrounded by Japanese with cameras. Whatever so this was major major news? In Japan the company that was practically unknown in the United States and was on the bottom of the pecking order in Japan had won this major race in United States so that was the real turning point at that point we got offers from all the Japanese companies to work for them and I turned down the deal. Because I've been working with for three years. They were great people to work with and so at some point A A plan to build the Allama car to go for the GT class at Lomonosov. He no Lama. He Lamont now again. If you guys are listening and you probably walk down the sidewalk one hundred feet and you see a big box trucks. Probably GonNA say he know on Roy so it seems insane. It's sort of have it's sort of like you're talking about Burger King serving Kobe beef. You know hundred dollar Kobe. Beef Burger King. It's like he know back then was trying to get into this and they were on the right direction with it. So what happened is is that it's the only products that really the Toyota was selling in the United States. Great numbers at that time with pickup trucks. Their cars were jump right But they were selling pickup trucks because he can still pickup cup trucks. The every Japanese gardener every little tool shop or whatever and more production for brick but so they made a financial takeover takeover a hostile takeover Hino and Japan to absorb them because they had a huge building of building building a pickup truck from Japan. So all Hino cars became a Toyota pickup trucks. So at that point they began looking to see what else the United States and sent somebody over the United States to look around and came to my shop and Saul of that I was doing in immediately offered me their their race program again. Where was B. R. A. Physically one three seven Oregon Street and also GonNa do really really how many square feet I think we had about Twenty Thousand Square feet in there for decent sized nice little shop so they come to you not hino but now Toyota absorbed he now and they say what can we do to win some races. Will they already had pretty much audio what they wanted to do because they were already working with a beautiful little car call the two thousand. Gt and this corot actually been designed by Yamaha and they had tried to sell design to Nissan Nissan had already been working on their own idea of to fear. Gt which became the two forty so they turned it down sold. The program to Toyota and Toyota decided that they wanted to bring it to the United States and they offered me the contract to develop a run the cars so I was over the moon. You know hero really got this great program put together and then if that same time Ford had cut off shelby so he didn't know quite what he was going to do. He had a guy that handle all his finances that got him berry. Calloway said what are we GONNA do. And Berry wisely said what you should do with Buyatoyota dealership and caroline know anything about him poorly cars or without a good deal. Yes do that so he sent berry down to Toyota. In Guardian explained to them shelby. Wanted it go set up a new Toyota dealership whatever and they said great. This is wonderful. have him come down here. We'll organize this whole thing. So at the same time they also also offer him when they interest when they realized what shelby I mean. He's at the peak of his career. He had just one law. Nineteen fifty-nine yeah. Well look so pete. Brock had done with Hino at the Times Grand Prix Riverside. That's a nice little win. Walmart's a nice big wet. Yes so you got a choice between a guy who's a regional guy. Whatever a household name absolutely go with the household assault yet they saw the the opportunity there and of course carol you know later on what year thought about going race and they said well we just signed a contract with me? We'll hill. He just got changed my tires. You know so anyway he He was able and and Toyota made the right decision. I mean you look at what they were going to do but they'd already signed a contract with me but that didn't mean anything to them at all faiths still went with shelby and you thought and by the way back in the day I mean you work for shelby designed the Daytona did all this stuff. When you laugh you just left? You didn't get paid eight anymore. There was no royalties. There's no anything right well. It was a takeover by Ford at that time because the reason that Ford it actually hired shelby was was the success of our cars at the Daytona and Cobra. Tony Coops special. So for example in one thousand nine hundred sixty four. We were actually at shelby. We were actually competing with Ford because they had just bought the design from Eric Broadley which became the GT forty. They bought the mark. Six Lola from the Eric Broadley developing that car. And we're GONNA go racing with it. I'm going to jump around here for second and then sheer back Is it true through that When I guess the five Daytonas came back from Allen Man in Europe and they came back to the shelby shot that shelby wanted to get rid of them and said like anyone three grand take one? Is that we there for that absolutely even by one digit. The interesting thing is was enough. Was it three thousand dollars even cheaper. What happened is the first car that came back with numbers? CSX twenty two eighty seven which is currently in the Simione Museum. Yes in Philadelphia that car since it had most it was the first Bill Kerr had the most amount of miles on it got sent back to the United States to be refurbished furbish and it went on tour with Ford Motor Company and what they call their total performance to her and they had this to forty foot trailers the drag racing cars and NASCAR stalkers whatever and one of the displays was was the Daytona Coupe that had been all really carried out beautifully. Done What happened also at the same time is that The world land speed record was a major major deal in a fight between goodyear and firestone and Craig breedlove at that time had built the first spirit of America cars and was competing up there on the salt nope and was having a little problem and had made a contract with the Usak that they had a certain amount of days to run. And if you did not get on the track USA Husak had a contract clause that you headed to hand it to the next guy in line in the course of weather was critical up there. So if you got on the record on the salt set the record of the and the weather change then you own. The world land speed record and it was a major major advertising because they'd put a double truck out in life magazine Senate both magazine Goodyear firestone alright world championship so when they were torn down neither the could get back on Tony Weber from goodyear. Call down to shelby. WHO's a distributor for goodyear tires on the West Coast said get a car appear and we can pretend pretend to set records and pretend to keep the competition off the salt right and that car that Cope Daytona date that sorry covert Daytona? It was the one that went and set the records. Yes yeah was that car offered for how much within that car came back. It'd been completely pretty much destroyed. Because we'd run and so much we run a twelve hour record up there on a circle and the salt was not white enough to get a twelve mile circle in there so for about a quarter mile it had run out in the dirt and in twelve miles it got so chewed up with a car. Going through the car was just almost falling apart. I mean the door for the windshield with broken. The car was just a disaster so it went from a conqueror appearing card complete junk when it was returned and when it came back they rolled it into the shop. They brought carol down. He's absolutely you know silence. And we were all standing around looking at him and he looked around. Everybody says anybody won't buy this car. You can have it eight hundred bucks and we all turned him down that car. Hard to tell the value now l. i.. Twenty twenty plus million billion twenty plus and listen..
The U.S. Added 266,000 Jobs in November. Here’s the Bottom Line.
"November's employment numbers have come up strong this morning with the economy adding two hundred sixty six thousand jobs and bringing the unemployment rate down to three and a half percent this comes after recession fears flared over the summer for more on the political consequences of what this might be we're joined live on the KCBS ring central news line by KCBS political analyst Marc Sandel out mark is this something that president trump can and rightly take credit for that's a tough question if you look at the charts where unemployment is gone which is steadily down or the GDP in wages are going which has been up although sort of up and down eight and you make say a twelve year tenure chart of that starting with the Obama administration right after the end of the big recession and go cut their straight lines meet is not the trump has dramatically changed anything which gives evidence to Obama fans to say yes he's riding on the coattails of Obama's economy any gives the Republicans a chance to say he is providing a steward over one the strong economy the country's ever seen and I gotta tell you I I mean I leave that to the economists I can tell you as a matter of politics it is very very tough to defeat a sitting president when the economy is strong that they're been only five elections in American history where incumbent president has sought reelection and not one and each of those you go back to George HW bush or Jimmy Carter eight yeah these were when the economy was in very very bad shape there sometimes our other circumstance and Gerald Ford lost to Jimmy Carter nineteen seventy six and there were things that were more important perhaps me James Carville less to say it's the economy stupid which I find kind of a stupid comment because obviously the entire world is not the economy to huge factor in nineteen seventy six the resignation of Richard Nixon clearly with the more important factor how does your trumps ethics in office you know his the he is marginalization of people of color your feet into the electoral college that's very complicated but there's no question that a strong economy makes it so that Donald Trump has excellent chance of
Trump approval rating jumps to highest level of his presidency in Washington Post/ABC News poll
"Trump's poll numbers are going up again usa tap in houston usa today by they could precisely because they're a left leaning out 'cause i wanna promote stop under split the show you that even after a border trump approval rating jumps the highest level of his presidency washington post nbc news poll blazing shannon but by william cummings is twelve hours ago this is beautiful it's old james carville line who is a bill clinton advisor it's all about the economy stupid right that was his line folks this has a lot of legs trump understands this if we could see that if we could institute that capital gains indexing we talked about last week with the index their capital gains to inflation i think we're gonna see eight another burst in productivity and another potential jump any conomic growth numbers in wages ladies and gentlemen it is all good and remember a lot of this is affecting the minority community in an extremely positive wet but once i discuss it last week but this one's data points worth bringing up again ladies gentlemen half of the jobs out there half have been filled by minorities whoa the minority community is benefiting wrongly wow from trump's economic deregulatory ecconomic freedom agenda this is great news for reelection let's keep it going
Tony Awards Preview
"Hi, everybody. It's Peter Travers than welcome to our special popcorn Tony award show. Now, I've gotta say, before we get into the nominees about who will win and who should win. This is been the most amazing year in Broadway history. It has made over two billion dollars at the box office that never happened. And why is it? I think it's Hollywood heat everybody from TV from movies from us. It wants to be on Broadway. They wanna be on that stage. You got this year. Kylo Ren and driver on Broadway. You have Walter, white Bryan, Cranston, there, Jeff Daniels who played Harry done in too, dumb and dumber movies. They're all fighting to be best, dramatic actor, what kind of stuff is happening on Broadway. Well, let's start with the major categories, and I'm gonna start with best musical the nominees are ain't too, proud the life and times of the temptations Beetlejuice remember that movie Haiti's town, the prom, and Tootsie. You remember that movie too? Well. I think the winner is Haiti's town. It's a rigid. It's basically the myth of Orpheus ritzy, but it's got a score by a woman named Naess Mitchell who doesn't come from Broadway, at all and kind of revolutionizes it. So what would happen what could spoil the fun? There's a little musical called the prom. It's really it's totally original. It's about these bunch of Broadway veterans, and they're really hard bitten, and they're not getting any press, and they decide to go to Indiana and help, a lesbian high school student take her girlfriend to the prom. That's it. How good is it? It's really good. And in terms of the Hollywood connection, Ryan Murphy, went to see it fell in love with it, and he's making a movie of it. So how about that? Then we have best play the Ferryman choirboy, Gary a sequel to Titus andronicus. What the constitution means to me an ink. I'm telling you people, the Ferryman is got to be a movie soon. It's an Irish play. It's about the troubles, and in on a stage. We get to see an entire family deal with violence deal with their own feuds. We've got babies onstage. We've got live alive goose. We have everything there's nothing like I don't think there's any competition for it at all except there was a snub, the most successful play in Broadway history. That's not a musical is to kill among bird, and for some reason, the Tony nominee said, let's not nominated what I want. Answer on that one best revival of a play. Arthur, Miller's all my sons the boys in the band, burn this torch song and the Waverley gallery. I think Arthur Miller's all my sons which brought a net. Bending back to Broadway is a show that he wrote in one thousand nine hundred forty seven a bout a guy who was manufacturing airplane, parts and was to rush to do it. And so the planes crashed and killed pilots during the war. We live in the world of Boeing. Now, how timely could this be? So I think that's really up there. And I in terms of seeing a show that by playwright Arthur Miller who says, let's deal with the world we live in this one really, really did it then we have bible of musical. This is easy, because there's only two there's Oklahoma Rogers and Hammerstein Oklahoma and kiss me. Kate. Of course, they were both movies. We saw Oklahoma with Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones in the fifties. But kiss me, Kate is done in a traditional way. Kelli o'hara's in it, Oklahoma is directed by guide named Daniel fish who find darkness. We're Rogers and Hammerstein only found light. It's a revelation to watch this. It's not the Oklahoma you've ever remembered, and it sung in the kind of country western way, look, if you ever get to see this on Broadway or win a tours get there get there quick. Okay. Okay. Best actor in a musical. And so, we'll do alphabetically Brooks as Mantas in the prom, Derrick Baskin and ain't too, proud the life and times of the temptations Alex Brightman and Beetlejuice. Remember when Michael Keaton had their part, Damon down, oh in Rogers and Hammerstein, Oklahoma. And send Tino fun Tanna into okay? The favorite is Tino, Tanna who is playing the part that destined Hoffman immortalized in the movie in the nineteen eighties. But what Centeno Tanna doesn't remember him on TV in crazy ex girlfriend like I'm saying everybody's from TV, or he does so much more. He sings as a man sees a woman, he does physical comedy does everything but stand on his hat. And I say, you know, who's out there that can spoil the win for Santino Tanna. And my answer is no one because this is one of the great performances you'll ever see on a musical, comedy stage. He's the winner. Best actress in a play Benning in Arthur, Miller's all my sons, Laura, Donnelly, in the Ferryman. Elaine may in the Waverley gallery, Janet mcteer in Bernhardt hamlet, Laurie Metcalf in Hillary Clinton, and Heidi Shreck in what the constitution means to me. Okay. Elaine may doesn't win this Tony. You're going to hear from me. She's eighty seven years old. She's returned to Broadway. After decades to play the part of a woman fighting Alzheimer's, and everything is no perfect about what she's done. She started with Mike Nichols doing comedy. She was starring in movies of like the new leaf directed things like the heartbreak kid. She's just one of the best actors I've ever seen anywhere. And if she loses and, you know, I feel bad for an bending because if Elaine may wasn't here this year, I think she would be the winner, but come on. Attention must be paid people. And I also wanna talk about a snub how. How does Glenda Jackson who won the Tony last year for three women returned to Broadway as King Lear? We talk about the age of hashtag metoo and time's up Glenda. Jackson is playing king. Lear gets rave reviews and the Tony committee says we're not gonna nominate her now. No, we're paying attention. And we're gonna come back and get you our best actress in a musical. Stephanie, j block in the share show Caitlyn Kanoun in the prom Beth level, in the prom, Eva nobles, ADA in Haiti's town, and Kelley O'Hara and kiss me cake. Stephanie j block who is that theater veteran is playing share in a way that sometimes she's more share than share. You might think this is just an escapist show thing to know she finds the character of who she is share shows up at this show often does numbers with her, and pus share. There's who's a bigger Hollywood. Name who is coming to Broadway with the show about herself. It takes three actresses to play here. But Stephanie j block plays the central one. And she plays the hell out of it. So she has just got to win. I'm sorry, people. All right. Best featured actress in a play for new of Flanagan in the Ferryman seal, you keep. And Bolger into kill a Mockingbird. Christine Nelson, Gary a sequel to Titus andronicus Julie white and Gary sequel to Titus andronicus and Ruth Wilson and King Lear people if you see if you see to kill among bird, and you should seal, you Keenan Bolger is very controversial because she's playing scout scout in the book and in the movie remember is in eight or nine year old girl. A C Keenan Bolger is in her forties. And yet, what she finds in this character who grew up to be Harper who wrote this novel is the heart and soul of the peace. So I'm telling you people this, this has got to happen. See Keenan Bolger remember that name best featured actor in a play birdie Carville and ink, Robin to hasten boys in the band getting Glick into kill a monkey bird, Brandon your Ranna wits in burn this Benjamin Walker in Arthur Miller's. All my sons birdie, Carville in ink. Those of us, those of you who actually went to Broadway couple of years ago and saw of any kind of a musical where you were shocked at a man playing a woman, you saw birdie, Carville in Matilda, and he played this woman, this horrible headmistress, and now he's playing Rupert Murdoch. So every who in Hollywood, who in politics would anyone hasn't been in an Rupert Murdoch publication or paper and who hasn't been rolled over the coals in it that performance and in London when he played it in one and Olivia ward, he had to play it in front of Rupert Murdoch. It's just an incredible job. I wanna talk a little about the snubs in this category. The non nominees there isn't actor named Bengal Arghanab into Killa mugging bird who plays Tom Robinson. He is the black man who is on trial for raping a white woman, a crime never committed. And he's defended. By Jeff Daniels. Atticus Finch when Aaron Sorkin adapted Harper Lee's novel to the stage. He did it so that he could expand the role of the black characters as he did here. And again, the Tony committee, decided only to nominate the white actors from tequila, Mockingbird ignoring the two black actors who are just brilliant in their roles. You people you're going to get called on the carpet. You need to all right? Best featured actress in a musical, Lilli Cooper in Tootsie, amber, gray and Haiti's town Sarah, styles Tootsie, alley stroke, or in Rogers and Hammerstein Oklahoma and Mary, Testa in Rogers, and Hammerstein Oklahoma there, something totally remarkable that happened this year in stroke, and Oklahoma. This is a woman who when she was two years old was in an automobile crash, and was never able to walk again. And now on Broadway playing eight oh Anne who is like the sexual. Time bomb in Oklahoma, the one who sings, I can't say, no, the part went to Allie. Stroke, she plays it in a wheelchair and you would think that's inspiring enough. But when you watch her play at you, forget the wheelchair exists, and you're watching her take over the stage like Dolly Parton. She, it's just an amazing thing to watch and it works on so many levels. So I wanna be there when she wins that Tony, and I want to be standing up and applauding and going Bravo. She deserves all right. Best featured actor in a musical Andre shields in Haiti town and a groups Luccin. That's a good name into Patrick page in Haiti's town germy, pope in into proud the life and times of the temptations and Ephraim Sykes ain't too, proud the life and times of the temptations, the favorite, the one, I think will win is under the shields and Haiti's town. He's seventy three years old. He stands on that stage is the narrator in like a silver suit. In total control of body and every movement and pulls you in till you're memorized. Your mesmerizing you not take your eyes off of hundred shields. This is a veteran actor who needs to get this Tony. But what if he didn't who would go to there's a young actor named Jeremy pope who plays Eddie kendricks in the into proud the life and times of the temptations? And who does he's playing a difficult man. One of the most difficult of the temptations. But one of the most talented as well. He's also nominated this year as best actor in a in a play in choir, boy, this is to me, the brightest newcomer that you will see on the stage and you're going to see him everywhere, stage movies television. It's just the beginning. So if you get to see this, you're going to be able to tell your friends, I was there win. Okay. Best director of a play Rupert Gould for Inc. Sam Mendes for the Ferryman Bartlett. Fair for to kill a mocking bird Ivo von Hosver for network, and George C Wolfer Gary a sequel to Titus andronicus Sam Mendis in the Ferryman this play. Does a job on stage that equal to his first movie which was American Beauty, which you may remember won the best picture? Oscar and once Mendis the Oscar as best director.
Nutritionist says pizza is better for breakfast than most cereals
"So whether it's cold, or taken straight from the boxer served after an early morning reheat. It's basically a delicacy, all on its own, according to New York based nutritionist Chelsea Amer. They cheesy greasy Carville slices better for than breakfast cereal. What I she says the high sugar content most cereals is not good. And that adds a lack of protein and healthy fats. So she shamed pizza's better. You may be surprised to find out an average slice of pizza and a bowl of cereal with the whole milk container Louis Simona carries, however pizza packs of much larger protein punch, well, now I wouldn't have known that well depends on the Syria. Simple cereals, do have a lot of empty calories. Yeah. But like I Chiro is. But I don't put anything on them while they're that's one of the better ones. That's your loss. Dave. Yeah. I put Honey on. I do put Honey on put bits of pizza, and you're fits the pieces, you sound like day Clark. But take bits and pieces of pizza and put it on your Syria. I didn't realize pizza. Well, I'll have it. I didn't read out of all the junk foods, that's probably the best one to have. Yeah. Or do you consider David is pizza junk food to, you know, I don't
"carville" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Now from luminary media and the university of Chicago institute of politics, the accident with your host, David Axelrod. Sui generis one of a kind. That's my buddy James Carville in the world of politics. He is a singular figure, a brilliant, brilliant strategist, passionate, funny, hilarious, really and incredibly incisive. He engineered the election of Bill Clinton as president and was involved in many many other battles over the years electing Democrats across the country, and he's still a huge important voice in democratic politics. I sat down with him this week at the institute of politics at the university of Chicago to talk about his life and career and this two thousand twenty race. That's just unfolding. James carville. A my my old friend great to see you here at the institute of politics. You know, I thought I knew a lot about you. But I studied up for this conversation. And I learned that when you're great grandfather came here. He didn't come to Louisiana. He came to Wisconsin. Right. So you could your the rage cage, and you could have been the Barkan badger. Well, let's go back. It was actually my great-grandfather in the story is fascinating it, I did not know it. So I will ask about my family when I've kid about who he washed it. Well, it was fun Wisconsin at asthma, and he came to lose Yana, and I was taught at didn't make any goddamn sense. And so I noticed that like my grandfather's name was author and we had on Garfield and uncle John Madison. And my dad is named was Chester as yours. Yeah. I was reading about how union people would name their children after president or you know, African Americans back immigrant children Jefferson of Washington that was not uncommon. That was way that you. So said, this doesn't make sense. Why do we have all of these things family in a come to find out that first of all he was my grandfather, not he emigrated from Arlon? I think went through Toronto ended up in Wisconsin served in the union bridge or in the great famine. You know, our started was it. It was contemporaneous. But we will from County Monaghan, and that wasn't part of the fact that was right on our border with Northern Ireland. And I asked my relatives there. And this is probably just a case of too many kids in to few cows. So anyway after the war he moved to lead him, but comes a Republican member of the legion legislature was actually govern a pinch back. The reconstruction African American governors Louisiana floor leader, and he married if history is complicated. So just my family histories concave to married great-grandmother Octavia do haunt who is part of a failed Belgian colony in Guatemala somewhere. And of course, she didn't quite share his views in so people did after whites did after the war because you Surtees member prohibited. Involuntary servitude. If you had a plantation yet plantation store, so you would pay your laborers in scrip, and I actually have the coins that that still layer which you know, it's horrific part of you know, it's ridic-, but that was the way to operate, and it just goes to show you. Get my great-grandfather. We don't think he saw action, but he was an officer. And he went to I dunno high somebody funded Healy lit to like a boarding school in Indiana. And it's enter families have interesting stories, but that story of my great grandfather who was a Republican member Louisiana legislature. And you grew up in Carville, Louisiana, a presumably named for okay? Another interesting story. My quarters in of my break brand, Paul. Wife who the plantation also became the postmistress right after that time. My grandfather became postmaster in Carville. Call I land will del outta islands Louisiana's action island janitor system, con island sort of post office decided that they wanted to change the designation of the post office. Larry speaks Reagan's guy with. Looked all up on me and on June ninth nineteen oh nine the post office changed the designation to Carville because some bureaucrat sought at there was a Carville at wash both Masset was currently postmaster..
What's the deal with 'Mr. Kellyanne Conway'?
"Only this time. The person was not anonymous Trump's appointment of the acting attorney general is unconstitutional was co written by Neal Katyal and George t Conway the third the times identifies. As quote a litigator at Wachtel Lipton. Rosen and Katz in New York, but to the world he is better known as our president referred to him Friday this way. Ooh. You mean, you mean, Mr. Kellyanne Conway? That's right. One of the president's biggest critics is the husband of one of the president's staunchest defenders for many months, George Conway has been tweeting and retweeting a storm of anti-trump pieces for a presidency which puts such a premium on loyalty. This seems remarkable. So what's going on here? Joining me now is Washington Post feature reporter Ben terrace who wrote the terrific piece. She works for Trump. He can't stand him. This is life with Kellyanne and George Conway and veteran Washington Post columnist Sally Quinn. Ben, I'll begin with you he wept. When Trump was elected in a good way. But then had a change of heart. What was the break point? Well, I don't think there's just one breaking point. So he was a supporter of Donald Trump's the actually with the person that introduced Kellyanne to Donald Trump way back when when they were living in his apartment in New York City and one of the Trump towers. He was here's supporter, but then things went off the rails pretty quickly and the Trump presidency. And I think even though he was considering joining and being a member of the department of Justice it quickly unravelled the Komi firing the investigations. And I think you just saw somebody that he couldn't fully put his support behind. Let me put on the screen something that Ben wrote. I'd actually like Sally to react to it. Ben wrote. This the Conway's like the rest of the country have been jolted by the Trump presidency. They love each other are exasperated by each other talk about each other behind each other's backs. They share a roof and live in different bunkers Sally. There are a lot of American couples like that only one of them doesn't work for the president of the United States. Well, I think one of the things you can do is compare them to a James Carville, and Mary Madeline who were the famous couples she was a conservative working for the bushes and Carville was very famous Clinton supporter worked for the Clintons and. They wrote a book called all's fair as in love and war. But I think that the difference between Mary and James and what's going on. With the Conway's is enormous. I think it's a totally different circumstance. I mean, we used to say how can James I know James and Mary very well. I love them both and they're both. I think just incredibly honest honorable. They have a lot of integrity. They have a lot of decency. They just happen to disagree on how things should play out in terms of their politics where I think the difference between them, and and the Conways is that it's a difference of ethics and values and morals. And this is where I'm I'm confounded by their relationship because I think that. You know, people say and Kellyanne even said and Ben's terrific piece that what he what George was doing by criticizing the president was disrespectful. And I think people sometimes think is disloyal to her. But I would argue that the other way around that that Kellyanne basically is being disloyal to what their relationship started out being which is to people who cared about their country and who had the same values and ethics and morals. And I think that there's no way that you can support Donald Trump given what he's done in the last two years. I mean, you know, step rating children, and parents, and the borders, Charlottesville, you name it. The lying all of that kind of thing. Those are serious moral issues and to be married to someone who defends those issues. I think would be untenable. And so I I find that what George is doing basically is to speak out. What he feels is totally everything that's against what he stands for. And that in a way Kellyanne is the one who's being disloyal to him and to. To the ethics and the values and the morals that they set up for themselves and shared and hopefully share with their family, Ben how tolerant as far as you know, is Kellyanne of this. I can't for example, imagine that she was shocked when she opened up her copy of the New York Times and saw the piece that I'm holding in my hand. I mean does he clear these things with her? What do we know? Well, I know that she's frustrated by she did tell me when I talked to her over the summer about about the relationship that she found it disrespectful to the marriage, and she kind of compared to marriage vows that it was a breaking almost the breaking of marriage vows, you know, they have to be loyal to each other in marriage and this felt disloyal to her. He definitely does not clear everything he tweets and rights by her because she would say no to most of these things. But I think he's frustrated as well, she's frustrated by what he's writing. But she he's frustrated by the fact that he loves his wife and thinks that she's incredibly talented and believes that there's a man that she's working. For that doesn't deserve her talent. So his frustration is not just with Kellyanne. It's it's often with the president to. Sally. I have just thirty seconds left. But I'd like to posit this to you. Here's one thing. I'm confident of it's going to make for a hell of a book someday. Another love and war. I'm sure, but I think in the end. Either she's going to have to leave Trump or I don't see how the marriage will survive. Well, we hope it survives. We want. Everybody to get along. Thank you. That was really terrific and interesting. Let me see what you're saying. My smartphone is Twitter and Facebook pages on this issue, Catherine. What are we? We're kind of it's disrespectful to call. George Conway, Mr. Kellyanne Conway, it's not cute. It's dumb and you sound like Donald Trump bat. Okay. Black Texas mule. So so now for let me get this straight for for now covering the president with his own words, I'm equally reprehensible by that standard. It would mean we don't cover the things that he says that you find objectionable. Still to come when the president fire Jeff Sessions and replaced him. With
"carville" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Me right now, if you look at exceeding expectations were, but there's a there's a quarter of the seeds more forty percent of the season left to go AM has exceeded LSU has exceeded they'll play each other late in the year that the winner that game is really going to be in the probably the tremendous position. To be the winner of that contest. Auburn has underwhelmed. Mississippi State has been pretty flat. They could still turn it around with a win Saturday night, South Carolina, less than what we expected, Missouri. Schedule has gotten them a little bit with with your genera Bama. I mean, sometimes the schedule is going to be your friend or enemy when you have to play Georgia and Alabama, especially your crossover. You're you're looking for a rough time JT in Florida. You are on the air gerrad ahead. Hey, oh, we're great. Thanks for the call. Yeah. I have a comment for James Carville. Yes, who was on your show? He he made a comment about the Florida in LT play every year now of Emma stuck playing Tennessee. First of all, we can't help Tennessee knows it used to be when I mean when the when the conference was set up with the championship game, Tennessee was actually winning compass. Champagne JT that terrible Tennessee team under Phillip Fulmer ran off seven straight against Alabama a xactly. So so it swings. Both wait. Alabama's played Florida. Six times since two thousand five I've leave and Alabama's woman majority those games a couple of national championship since then to. So I I don't understand why his. Plate is if that's the issue. We need. I mean, that's just that's just twisting and turning the facts the facts are they play every year. But in the facts are that Tennessee has been down, but you can take used to be a newspaper columnist, and when I was trying to make a point you just look for whatever number support your theory. And if you wanna go back nine years to support it better than twenty years, you knew it's is it bogus. Yes. To a certain degree. But that's what newspaper columnists and political strategist. Do they they find a way to make their point in factor LSU, and and miss Carville is is they just simply need to be out that if they beat Alabama their problems, and we we had at ores you're on the program back at media days. And I said what what's what's this all about? He said, we gotta beat Alabama. It's it's not about anything else. That's how else you is measured. Not about being out. Right. Fifty about who Alabama plays. Didn't play we played Florida in the SEC chant LSU, just go go to the SEC championship win the west simples that hey, thanks again. All really good to hear from you. Great. Greg. Call Brad is making Georgia Brad go right ahead. You're on the air. Hey, Paula little crazy wacky week. You've had this week with the all the conspiracy theories and Carl I don't be honest with the mind it was rough to watch. It was crazy. We have not had a guest quite like that in a long time if ever. Yeah. I mean, I see so hurt made the best point of the week. He said Carville has exceeded the craziest of the finebaum caller. I don't know a lot of competition for that as oil Paul. Well, but he's the only time he's the only one sounds like a finebaum caller that once worked in the White House. That is true. That is true for that here humility taking Daryl back as a collar in kind of giving him a clean slate. This shows your humility as a person, and how generous you are with your collars, regardless if you agree to disagree, and I wanna tell you that. Yeah. My respect for forever for you to do. That was just amazing. We'll Brad thank you. Thank you very much. And.
"carville" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You can talk now. I did. You see the the tweet earlier today Jim by she'll hurt. No, no, I didn't tell me. I'm going to read it to you. This this occurred right after the Carville interview. He's a great segment on finebaum. I've been a listener contributor seasons. Probably the longest standing guest we have here for thirty. Never thought he would have a guest who could outdo his callers until James Carville. About being an idiot. Yes. Kudos back home list of being the head. I didn't say that, but Yana poach tweet ball because kudos to say he's back on my list is as the next aid particularly development. Remember I cough into actively endorsed cease Vert hurt. He just ten years ago when he made the statements, he was making nice goes to sleep on the dies with a with a Nick because I would say that except when he's got some looking woman next to him. Okay. But anyway, you know that that's despicable and you might the show more on that Louisiana redneck, that's, that's all the is. Personal, even though he did. Collusion. I kinda personally Paul, Alabama collusion for one. He's a genius. He's yeah, he's, he's a, he's a master blowhard. Matthys. Whoever he's doing it with a nut. Well. Well, doesn't matter. I mean, he's he's had his day in the sun and today fee more. Cubo headed is chemo is when you're getting personal. No, all guys a snake, you and everybody in the country knows it even the people that he helped. No it. That's why they loved you. You're probably right. I mean, he's he's a political operative. There aren't too many in that field that aren't snakes. The penalty of his statements today is this I came believe it, I, you know, you you, Chris, you've holding smoke, you caught him a smile. I mean, yeah, Jim, forget Clinton, okay. He helped elect a prime minister of Israel. He is world renowned. I think he worked. He's worked on campaigns all over the the world. What do you think you can do for Darrell Darrell? Nutty. Paul gyms no-one could help Darryl after today. You know what? I'm not going to block Darrell, but I'm going to stop following him. I'll tell you that. I'm not going to block him not just going to stop because I used to have respect for Darryl totally. Now, say, wrote gone done. The day they used to say, depends like remember the Vietnam war. If you lose Cronkite, you lose the con- the middle of the country. Darrelle has lost you Jim. He's done. Well, I think he's done anyway. Don't you? I think his days are diminishing in importance. You're so different that I'll use used to fly into people that may stay. Sniffling Jim. I mean, you're, you want me to answer your question, but let me make my point about Bobby from home with being, you know. ESPN is everyone knows that I know relevant. Tacking. Housing callers, like you podcast available on the app in the apple podcast. Thank you for listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast the Paul finebaum show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern..
"carville" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We are glad all of you are here and what a day it has been. Allison is up next Alison. Good afternoon, Paul, thanks for taking my call. Thank you. I am glad you had Marcus and Greg today with the voice of raising one thing that Greg said talking about trying to have an appeals process actually. No, not letting go till the next week. That's what part of talking about he, the problem that I see they're trying to evenly made out the penalty. And so if you don't let it go to the next week, then would that not sort of increase incentive to target later in the game. Yeah, you understand your lawyer. It has to be fair and equitable and like it or not. It's the rule and you know, because you follow the game and we had Josh Allen on who told us he's he's a linebacker from Kentucky coaches talk about this all the time before the game during the game after the game. Yeah, it's just it's just it is what it is about, what can we see the video of this one more time because there's something I wanna see at the end of the play that I don't know if I. I don't know how long we're going to stay on, but I just wanted to double check something Alison. Let's see how long we stay with this. That was, I'm really looking at the reaction that white had. Yeah, and that's what that's what I think may have affected the official when he mean he stood over him for a second and you never know Alison by that split second that he did that, whether that triggered the official. I. I mean, I don't know. I was watching the seats, but that couldn't have helped interesting that Marcus and Greg, once they sell it, they are already thought it. The other point I would make is that all these people from these other teams for acting like losers is you have to believe in your team. You have to believe if Devon white goes down the next guy up can do it. I mean, what is this whining about one player? He's an important player, maybe the most important, but it's. LSU still going open up at home more than two touchdown favored accord a underdog according to Vegas right now, the lines somewhere around fifteen or sixteen. That's a perception that's a snapshot of the game. And I don't think it's, you know, with or without Devon white, that line would be dramatically different. Different to wasn't in the lineup because he is he is the x. factor from this year to last year to previous years. Yeah, he is. I just, I don't know. I just got irked listening to these people and thinking, man, if I were the backup, you know, middle linebacker I'd be, you know, have a little attitude about they probably thanks for the call. Again, James Carville represented the people when when he threw out his. Inane. Allegations against the Commissioner, Jim is up next fall up. The old l. Thomas guy, man. He had me he had me by, he hit me in palm fan as a genius. He said smarter than me until he hit that comics point where he sounded like a complete moron at the end of his call. Over Thomas Olga? Why do I sure do? Yeah. Okay. Well, anyway, but Marcus was right absolute. It's so simple, but sounds so weak like Darrell, the nut sounds so weak making excuses about coalision and that guy to make a statement about Saudi Saudi situations that has the most fickle thing. Can you now. Licko comment. Amber heard on your show is pretty cool, and let me one most like all Bill. Right? You make the steak show about Carville about a Clinton, Jack Carville. I don't stand that guy doesn't deserve to be mitchen t. so sorry. He's aside person ball couldn't stand in twenty years ago. I hate him worse today..
"carville" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Well, did she doesn't have any influence whether or not we get get in the final four right in person has influence on that is Nick. Sabin thinks winning. There won't be a debate, but Mark Emory now nobody's brought up Mark. Yeah, yeah, that will that will come. I mean, car Carville missed a couple of really. I mean, it just shows you the, it shows you that this is no longer nineteen Ninety-two because nowhere in Carvel's argumented even throw up the fact that the director of -ficiating is an Alabama graduate. I mean, that would be the strongest point age. Yeah. A well researched. Well-thought-out person with make Carville is not well research. He's not well thought out other drunk in the stands, green TV officials, another drug babbling coonass. And I'll tell you. His boss would not have appreciate it in his article. His boss, say, worried about these fifty year old allegations. I only tell you, I think I told you that I had a long talk with his old boss about a year ago in New York. We were at the same place and his boss it's doing pretty well. Yeah. Okay. He's he's age. Whatever eighty actor. With the women hanging around. Who's the night I saw him. He was with his wife. What's hillary. I'm just for the record, Chris? Yes. Spoke to Bill for twenty five minutes. I didn't talk, didn't talk to her. What would you go and tell her fall? Her Email sell? Have y'all have that? Didn't come it by the way? How did you enjoy your trip to Knox? Vegas was. It was great. It's always great to get to someone said your home. I said. Not really, but I was I spent four years of my life there, and I can remember about a year and a half. Linda company. Let me tell you there are places I would take Linda and places I wouldn't, but there's no chance I'm walking into a crowd Knoxville with my life. Away way too many. From, hey, back. Hey, what one of them that one? I'm that that ask a as it. Yeah, I know exactly. That was that was Daryl. Oh, man. Gotta let we're hating like nobody is aided. Again. Paul bear was coaching gotta love it. You know of live through this twice. It's hard to hate our guts, and you know what? Chris, I think it's better that can time around. It's. All right. Thanks Creswell. Thanks your break few minutes ago on this program. We are coming right back listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. On the. Cried passionate, then patron, three of college football lives here. This is the Paul finebaum show our four podcast, welcome back to the program..
"carville" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Glad you are with us. Let's continue with more phone calls Dwayne in Oklahoma, you're on the air. Go right ahead. I just just making fuses. Alabama's already beat him. If that's the attitude they're gonna have. It's just ridiculous, Alabama. We, we lost three of our starting linebackers to injury last year and we still win win the national championship. You know, you can't do the time. Don't do the crimes. All I can tell his that was targeting and then it caused on anyone I'm head. That's what it is that the head and neck area, and they're just trying to make an excuse already because bam's it's going to kick their ass. Great to hear some some enlightening commentary there. Let's continue with more calls and Kevin is up next in Atlanta. Hello? Kevin. Canadian, Paul, hope you're well. We are. Thank you very much. First of all, like to congratulate James Carville in the entire LSU nation on or two thousand eleven SEC championship. I think that was the last time LSU football was relevant. You know. And I know James is part of the great vacate look at themselves after having adversity or loss, and they gotta blame others and come up with conspiracy theories, but there is the conspirator within LSU and that's their a d the the way he handled the end of mouth tenure the way handle this search. I mean, let's just look at it even money. Paul, are you buying Texas m. stock or you buying LSU stuck. I hear you. I mean, if I look at all the recruiting rankings, I on Texas and I don't like JIMBO Fisher personal. I think personally, I think it ores wrong is a wonderful person, but I'm buying Texas m. stop because that's a man who is changing the direction of a program, not winning by chance, not winning by happenstance, but his winning by purpose and direction. So. So I think James is right. There is reiver's conspiratorial, but it's not the boogeyman in Birmingham. So two years, are you guessing that all these deals really aren't done at highlands bar and grill in Birmingham? You know how probably I've eaten how they're probably not as much more of an icky west guy, by the way, respect to highlands. I will take Nikki's west every day of the week. You know, and guess used to the together, I'll be, I'll be Richard, Shelby lived hours having a nice Cup of coffee and conversation with us one day and got to meet Senator Shelby. Shakers do do show up at restaurants, Jane. I like to see what I'm eating. I don't know that highlands. It's always a mystery. Well, I, it's the end of the day. All goes as well. And, and you said this and a lot of analysts that you know the only folks right now, barring, you know, some sort of freak injury is is album that can beat themselves. I mean, I have all the respect in the world from Arcus bring back Markus, bring back the Honey badger, bring back Odell Beckham, bring back the gentleman that was taken out of the game. It's not gonna matter if everybody shows up at Alabama in two weeks and they're ready to play. It's not gonna matter, but that the outcome is going to be outcome. This weekend boogeyman in Birmingham. How about those blazers. Guy. What's this? Great point. I was talking guys this morning on jocks and they brought that up and it's just one of the great stories in college football, and I'm glad people finally starting to hear about what would it come back game in wanting meaning for representing the children's harbor program? There's nobody that fights harder than the children that are involved in that program, their families and the staff of children's harbor into to win that game in that fashion representing children's harbor in the way that they did was certainly special. So I may actually have to to lay off Dr watch a little bit just opened up the letter for a large scholarship for my daughter to you v. so we'll see he's got a little bit, but maybe we'll have a second-generation blazer, so so Kevin, thank you very much greater.
"carville" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Paul finebaum show our four podcast one more hour to go. If you are just joining us, you've missed quite a program two hours ago. James Carville, yes, that same James Carville who directed Bill Clinton's successful campaign to become president was on this program as an unabashed LSU Homer. And he threw some serious allegations against the office conspiratorial that have left people all over the country, just absolutely shaking their heads, including the Saudi prince, crown prince. I should say it was just an unbelievable segment and we will continue to try to put the pieces back to this program in the aftermath, eight, five, five, two, four to seven to eight thought. What was he talking about? He's talking about the targeting call against white sand. Saturday, Mississippi State that will keep white out of the first half of next week's Alabama LSU game. Let's get back to the calls and David is up next in Texas. Hello, David. All they've been trying to call quite a few times. Thank you. I was at the game, but then since then I've watched through the repay the game that was a BS call that was not even close to. Carpeting if other way Marcus fierce you played for LA she was an all American was sitting next to me thirty minutes ago, right? Cost three where there are there is a disagreement, correct? What's that? He works for this. He has to know, hey, hold on a second. Okay. If the SEC operated this program, we wouldn't be having this conversation. We wouldn't have had James Carville think about that for a second. Well. What about the replay. I'm not defending the call. I didn't like the call either, but it was a call was made on the field, the replay official. I mean, you can't. You can't say that he didn't hit his head. Their face max slightly. Well, okay, we're watching it over and over again. He clearly touched this over here. Too. Well. I'm not wondering. Fan boy out of here. Okay. That's what irritates me about these type of conversations. I don't mind people having opinions, and I sat next to Jonathan Vilma yesterday morning in Connecticut, and we watched it several times on the sportscenter programme. He agreed with you. Johnson was an all American linebacker all pro for the New Orleans Saints. He thought it was a terrible call. Everyone has a different opinion, but it doesn't make your opinion better than the next person. There is a wide variety of opinions. I just got talking to to former players quarterback and defensive tackle. They both said it was the correct call. The official made it the booth supported it, and there's just a lot of disagreement. I thought it was a fifty fifty call. I wouldn't have called it. They did. It's really that simple, but the bring to go from a debatable call to a conspiracy collusion. Some of the things we've heard today just ridiculous. Greg is up next, hey, Greg. Paul taking my call me ask you a question. If Quinton Williams had been suspended for the first half of next week's game with James Carville have called you to argue the fallacy of the call. No and listen. James Carville is a is a is an entertainer. He's playing to the Homebase. He happens to be rushing right now at LSU. He's a graduate of LSU's under a university in law school. He's a smart guy. He he is riling up his fellow louisianans and he's doing it brilliantly. That's what he's doing exactly. It's low hanging fruit and like you just told the previous caller one can argue about the call or the rule I should say, but the call was the call and the only person that could have stopped this from happening was white. Well, I mean, I think you could've made a call without calling targeting. But it wasn't. It was done and to blame the Commissioner of the SEC who's not involved in -ficiating? Yes, he, he hires the director of officiating and I don't wanna come off as a fan boy here..
"carville" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Really incredible. What's most incredible? Is that it gets so little attention? All this economic stuff part of it is the media. But part of the Republicans are making as big a deal about it as they should. I saw a strategist a Republican strategist ended immigrants strategist on your tables saying they need to talk to the people that ran Clinton's campaign in ninety two Carville it's the economy stupid with James Carville came up with the idea if they ask you about Iran, if they ask you about capital punishment. No matter what they ask you about talk about the economy is economy was bad or perceived to be bad at the time. And so you just make it about that understand why the Republicans and the president is aren't doing exactly the same thing. I don't care what they ask you about. The Dow and the unemployment rate I heard it posited by strategist, and I found this very persuasive. He said you can't win elections based on what you've done. It's got to be what you're going to do the future. And so he said he doesn't think harping on. Look how good the economy is look what we've done would work. You've got somehow promise people something. So the economy know that he was right? But I thought that was an interesting economy stupid worked because they were focusing on will make the economy better in the future. Yeah. Right. Yeah. I don't. I'm not sure I believe I'm not sure I believe that. I don't know that that that's the way. I look at things right, right? Things are good now. I'd like to hold onto it. Well, and I think you could explain very briefly and simply because when you're explaining you're losing, they say politics, but you could explain the economy's roaring because we've taken the shackles off you're getting raises because we've deregulated the Democrats want to regulate again, and you'll soon be homeless you'll be I eat stray cats. Know that sort of thing talk about the economic doom that will come from electing a liberal, go negative. That's what I say. Or.
"carville" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"And seal home in the Nine fifty WBZ news time is now ten eleven the girlfriend of a drowning victim. On. Lake Michigan last weekend is being hospitalized for an, overdose police say twenty one. Year old Danielle Martinez was apparently distraught from the death of Jeremiah d as he drowns Sunday and Lake Michigan near grand haven state park along with another man and alert had been posted for Martinez before she was discovered at a market sentencing scheduled today for a man convicted in last year's murder. Of chef Doug Trayvon Baskerville was found guilty after a dispute between Doug Calhoun and his girlfriend while having sex at. Her home he she testified that pass Carville shot and killed Calhoun and she helped dispose of the body because she. Was scared Calhoun body was found at a vacant home last July WWE news time is now, ten twelve not only is it primary. Election day it's also national night out with police department holding outreach events across metro Detroit and. The country Dearborn. Police chief Ronald Hadad says that the event does more than put a face on the. Police department Returns just to highlight the fact. That the community has an equal partnership with the police department to reduce crime in Dearborn police holding the event at. Their headquarters from five to eight tonight with food entertainment, and fun for the kids as many as thirty eight thousand. Homes and businesses were without power during last night's storms most of those outages seem to be, concentrated on Detroit's Lower East Side and. The points at neighborhoods DT energies Brian blue says that crews have been able to restore power. To nearly fifteen. Thousand customers so.
"carville" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"At six one seven two eight six five six three three top so i have not as chances talk to you but we can we can go right now before laura joins us and down about donna brazil's explosive new revelations in her book i mean that was such a a shock to the system because as you know on did usually this code of silence and it within the democrat party that sometimes when things go wrong arthurs problems there's things that don't look good for the party usually whistle blowers up put their head down they don't expose it at like she did in a in a towel kind of book they don't take out their own there's tends to be you know on an incredible sense of loyal old totally inch she is the insiders inside or insider ichizo as clinton as carville is you know in to see the stuff that she's been saying has been absolutely explosive i cannot believe it she was with in all play a little bit of a his with a joe scarborough this morning oh awesome and if it is and in one now i haven't heard it should've narrative ever a close race so three which you on that bottom line for us why did they lose was it at the end of the day arrogance yes joe it was a cold i felt like rosa call you colt penetrate them i mean i look you can i'ma grassroot organ as i know i know straight politics but it i know sweet politics i know how to touch people where they live work playing freight but i cannot do and i cannot help a candidate jill if i don't have the resources if i cannot spend the resources that the party has raising because there's a there's a blind agreement between sack like a campaign unspoken ethan yeah and and and and again i want my party to come back from a stronger i like what tom perez is doing i know you said this is not about my book baby abbie no it's not about my book but it's about making muchneeded changes and reform inside the play i've set at the table i want to make room fathers to sit at the table but you've got to come into the rob knowing that you got to change the recipe yesterday was a wake up call for.