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"coburn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"coburn" Discussed on WTOP

"Marketing director Melanie coburn reminded everyone a congressional committee is looking into the league's handling of sex harassment charges and cobra and says she and Ember are willing to testify We're both willing to be there for our hearing if they decide to set a date The league says the sensitive nature of the charges are keeping the report private but the former employees say names can be rejected and privacy protected particularly Ono TOP news Also here at home after two kids were killed while crossing D.C. streets this year the city is beefy enough traffic enforcement around the schools Mayor muriel Bowser says the decision to expand vision zero to focus on school zones is necessary We all have to recognize that we have a responsibility when it comes to making our streets safer Chief Robert Conti says D.C. police officers will enforce 7 school zones that will change regularly Three hours before students arrive during two hours of class and three hours after dismissal Officers will focus on distracted driving speeding stop sign violations and pedestrian violations within these areas We want it safer for kids to cross the street to get to school but that does mean that there will be increased interactions with the police Meghan clarity WTO P news That's the holiday shopping season gets into full swing Lots of shoppers are taking advantage of the cyber world the IRS has an important reminder this morning does well regarding new rules if you do or do not itemize your taxes The TBS business analyst Joel center digs a little deeper for us this morning It's a temporary measure last year and this tax filing year What you need to know is that even if you are someone who takes the standard deduction and never got to write off your charitable contribution previously for just 2020 and 2021 you can take a deduction for cash contributions you make to a qualifying charitable organization the limit is $300 that you give away as a single filer $600 married filing jointly So again if this is for standard filers who never got a tax deduction you'll get it So Uncle Sam is going to encourage you to be charitable this year Also want to remind folks that if you are an itemize or you are used to giving away money and taking that deduction you get expanded limits of your deduction for 2021 Again this is temporary So just know this that there is some there's another reason to give and certainly we hope that people are generous this year Yes indeed some good suggestions Now if you're a senior making charitable donations what do you need to know about the qualified charitable distribution First of all this is the most unsung hero of all of tax rules And the reason is that a lot of people who are fortunate enough to have money that they've saved they've done so more in their retirement accounts than in non retirement accounts And so you used to have the situation where you'd have to take money out of the account you'd pay tax on it then you give it to charity Well qualified charitable distribution allows you to make a grant of up to a $100,000 from your IRA account to an eligible charity Couple of things about this You have to be over age 70 and a half to do it And you have to do it again to the directly to the charity You can't go to a private foundation or donor advised fund And you've got to be very careful about it But the cool thing about it is if you don't need this money and I know a lot of people need it but if you're fortunate enough not to need it this could satisfy your required minimum distribution You can just direct it over to the charity You don't get a deduction for it but you don't have to pay tax on the money that comes out of that IRA account as long as it goes directly to a charity CBS business analysts still send you Lucky there with death and Mark You're must needs a little 3.5 FM and double DTP dot com Sports.

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"coburn" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"I was able to get half a half a million dollars allocated from our arpaio funds which is the american ask plan fund which is like of the last covert elite package that we got access to so i was able to allocate five hundred dollars of that to actually direct assistance to individuals who were sleeping impacted by the pandemic. So we got trillion dollars. I wanted to get a lot more dedicated to individuals people who were struggling people that you know that i hear from all the time who are still having a challenging time because of the pandemic but i was able to get five hundred thousand dollars which i think is a good starting point not enough thank you. Yeah yeah so. That's that's one thing that i feel pretty good about that. I think is important in those same conversations. That was part of the group that helps make sure that our That streamline was got their in their entire Budget requests funded so that we could grow and expand our public transit system. You know. I think that it's critical as we think about climate change and how we want to set ourselves up for the future that we invest heavily in public transit And so. I was able to help do that. i Elevated conversations around diversity and inclusion to levels that we've seen before and i think our local politics And really embedded those in some of the policies repass including our brains and effort to consolidate our Advisory board structure so the way that the commission gets information from community. Oftentimes just do these Advisory boards that tells about parking and Climate change and are sort of streets others things we've catholics. Tell us out. So i was able to embed some really basic principles around inclusivity in those policy documents. And i've really continued to make sure that as i'm being a part of any land use decisions that were really centering of affordable housing. So that we're not just talking about nima housing but we're actually. We need more affordable housing people who live here can attain can get in can stay in so those are the things and there's so many more like every time we meet on a tuesday evening. There's like at stacks agenda. Were on all of those things. So there's a lot of other other things. They've been imparted. But those are the ones that come to mind. Let's go back to affordable housing. Yeah because that's definitely a hot hot topic in the. It sucks right now. Yeah why in your opinion. Do you think it's so extreme into saw out of control. Yeah affordable housing is such well just housing in general as the complicated issue for a whole host of reasons and It's definitely a crisis in our community as it is in a lot of meetings. But i think we're experiencing in a different way right now just because we are one of the places in the country that's growing just so rapidly with the fastest growing county in montana. One of the fastest growing in the country. So we're experiencing this like the the housing pressure right now is like very acute for us but There's there's a lot of reasons for that thing you know. In the city of bozeman land that can actually be develop is becoming more scarce. The cost of supplies. Construction is your skyrocketing every time you know. There's every project that's going on. Is you know if it's even delayed a week..

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"coburn" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"What exactly does the city commission to not a stupid question. That is a really important. I know the funny thing is that so all of like my friends that are close to me. When told him. I was going to run for the commissioner that i got appointed or that i was you know trying to get appointed. They were all like that so amazing like well we we support you and then like three weeks later but what are you. What do you mean so. The sites have a good friends. I i was kind of taken back like how you guys this is. These are friends for life. Just we'll just blindly more. You don't even know what the job is. You're applying for. Let's just say with me and call. Yes that's so cool. What do you do again like. So what's your why. How what sort of things you were gone so support you so i get this question and i think it's it's important talk about. The city commission for all intensive purposes is the policy making body the body for the city of bozeman so the commission sets the policies the procedures and the processes that sort of the create the way that we all sort of exist or Interact with the city of bozeman. Okay so we're responsible for basically maintaining the operation expanding operations of the city boasts minute self so that includes things like passing resolutions and ordinances that sort of like laws that sort of dictate. What can can't be done within the to bozeman. Obviously the state laws to that. We don't have any control over locally but we get albert local regulations in that way. I'm going to do that. We also oversee and maintain the annual the annual operating budget for the city of bozeman. Which is like over one hundred fifty million dollars so we sort of set that that Operating budget and decide how it sorta spent in what parties exists within that. Wow yeah so it's a lot. There's a lot that the commissioner responsible for this a lot of things that we do that impact the lives of everybody who lives here And so that's why. I think it's critically important that the people on the commission actually understand what the experience is a people who live in bozeman with us. Because you know if you have this major disconnect then you're making these policy decisions. People are left out the experiences that need to be heard or not at the table oftentimes. So there's a lot so long story short the commission or the policy makers for the entire city of bozeman okay and the last five months since april. Yeah what have you personally done. Yeah so since being appointed in april. I mean there's just so much that we do is under the responsibility of the commissioners but in the last months a few things that i am particularly proud of that i've been i've been a part of it. I don't think what have happened if i was on the commission. So one of those things is..

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"coburn" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"Five months ago which also how. That's how quickly is moving. that's insane. Yeah so it's been five months. How does one go about getting appointed. So it's not common to get appointed to the city commission. You have to do the only way that really happens is if one of the commissioners sort of steps off of the commission early so before their terms expired so We just happened to have two appointments in the past year for randomly in for our city commission so when that happens the commissioners of which there are five total so in for me there was four commissioners who all voted to appoint me until they kind of went through this application process where anybody who lived in the city of bozeman who was at least eighteen could have applied to be appointed to the commission and then the commissioners the ones who sort of picked to want it to be one of their colleagues so i went to the sprinters twice to process. I just gonna albert went. So there was an opening in october of twenty twenty and so i applied then Didn't get picked in october but had just a lot of public support. And that's what really inspired me to to so Launch my campaign in january of twenty twenty one. I was like you know. There's a moment here where people are asking for something that doesn't currently exist on the boat city commission someone who has more experience that mirror what most people experience in in our town so that really that support that i got even though it wasn't picked in october really sort of made me realize that there was a there was a time and a lot of sort of Energy and enthusiasm for something just a little bit more aligned with what the most common experience is the commission. I felt like i could actually really serve that role really well so i want my campaign in january and then again randomly. In april there was another opening. So i said already running this campaign. Remember me. i wanna be a commissioner. But what better way to show the the you know the people who live in this community with me that i'm that i'm excited and to serve And really worthy of their vote. They actually doing that job. And so i applied again in april on the key. The commissioner has picked me. I've been serving ever since. That's so cool win not give up with it. I respect that good jeff. Yeah thank you. Yeah it wasn't ever. I mean if anything it was more just not getting picked in. October is really just for me. Like okay like nothing about my life really change. I still have my my jobs jobs. I'm doing it wasn't like i. It was a really random opportunity that kinda came up and in october. So i had i had it like a line. My whole life around this one opportunity So let me just see what happens. You see if no if there's if i can get appointed in. You know if i if i appointed only other chance to see if i have like you know being in public office in serving in this way Spoiler i do like it. I love doing it so it was just more of like it was even though i think pick didn't have. It wasn't like earth shattering was more. Okay we'll like let's do this the way where people vote for me then inaugural it that way and you you have to you get appointed. Yeah but you're not technically elected yet no amount elected yet so i was. I was appointed My term technically expires at the end of twenty twenty one. So it's kind of confusing people when they get there when they get their election balances here..

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Lee Habeeb, VP of Content at Salem, Responds to Mayor's Charge He's 'Selfish' About Vaccination

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Lee Habeeb, VP of Content at Salem, Responds to Mayor's Charge He's 'Selfish' About Vaccination

"Lee habib is a friend and a colleague he did. I collaborated on one of my books. He's vice president of content at the salem media group he is executive producer. Has a great show our american stories which tells the stories of innovators in the arts and sports and business and education and he got he got cogan and had a really rough experience. He joins us to talk a little bit about it lee. I haven't talked in a while. It was great to catch up with you last night after. I read your piece at newsweek which has gone viral a kovic nineteen patient response to the mayor's charge your selfish about the vaccination. What a ride. You've been on my friend mike. I got covert. My wife got coburn and my daughter got code. But i got it hard. Ultimately had blood clots light pneumonia. Thanks to great medical. Help i was. I was cured. And i'm fine now but while i was laying in the hospital bed recovering my mayor in my little town of oxford. Mississippi got on a national news network and she was asked by the anchor. What about people's personal choice. What about it's my body. It's my life and she said well if patients want to choose not to take the vaccine and be selfish and take up hospital beds. Well then. they're not concerned about the greater good. And i'm thinking i'm laying in a hospital bed and she knows nothing about me or my family so i said i'm going to write a letter to her and my letter was simple. I told her about my life and my family. My mother-in-law lives with us. Mike and she's seventy. We decided that she had four co morbidity. He's she smoked lung problems. We convinced her and every senior. We know to get the vaccine. We're not anti actors and we're not luddites mine. Situation was i took the first shot. And i had a very negative reaction because i'd had a surgery in my heart but it didn't sit well with my doctor told me not to take the second vaccine dose because i had more of a chance of being harmed by the dose than did from

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Ex-Cardinal McCarrick Charged With Sexually Assaulting Teen

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Cardinal McCarrick Charged With Sexually Assaulting Teen

"A defrocked former cardinal is the first in the United States to be criminally charged with the sexual crime against a minor former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy in the nineteen seventies according to court documents obtained by The Boston Globe he faces three counts of indecent assault and battery the victim alleges McCarrick began abusing him when he was a boy and groped and fondled him when he was sixteen and as they walked around the campus of Wellesley College where his brother's wedding reception was being held in nineteen seventy four Mitchell Garabedian who's representing the man said in an email it takes enormous courage for a sexual abuse victim to report having been abused and proceed through the criminal process an attorney for McCarrick berry Coburn told the AP they look forward to addressing the case in the court room the former cardinals ninety one he was defrocked by pope Francis in twenty nineteen after Vatican investigation confirm decades of rumors that he was a sexual predator hi I'm Jennifer king

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The House Passed COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act

C-SPAN Programming

02:11 min | 1 year ago

The House Passed COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act

"President Biden signing into law a bill aimed at countering a rise in anti Asian hate crimes during this Corona virus pandemic, saying the legislation is part of the nation's first step toward unity. The law, called the Covert 19 Hate Crimes Act would create a new position in the Justice Department to expedite the review of potential Coburn 19 related hate crimes, as well as incidents reported to the federal, state or local level more with the president. My message is all those who think this doesn't matter to them or this is not a problem. Look around. Look in the mirror. Look in the eyes of your Children. Every one of us are lessened every one of us unless it were all hurt by this hate as we seeping sort of through the cracks in the communities and Children who in fact wouldn't have Crossed their mind. Words have consequences of the senator knows he preaches it. He understands it consequences. But silence is complicity. Silence is complicity, and we cannot be completed. I have to speak out. We have to act. That's what you've done. And I can't thank you enough. I'm proud today. I'm proud today of the United States. I'm proud today of our political system, the United States Congress. I'm proud today that Democrats and Republicans have stood up together to say. Said. The bill signing ceremony at the White House and anti Asian hate crime bill in this side, known in the side of progress towards more normal seasons started this pandemic. This afternoon's bill signing, marking the first time a large group of publicly members of Congress and other officials gathering inside the White House unmasked since the start of the bite administration.

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"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"I women don't get me wrong. But it's very fulfilling role for women. How do you feel about that. Yeah i completely agree with you. On that and i can relate to that too Taking care of family in taking care of a home. That's a fulltime station Right and i think that that's a really important part of success You know you're this all the time. He can't really find a lot of success. You your house is a mess or you're not able to Eat properly or you're not able to exercise. And i think a lot of women find that role for fulfilling and at least for me is my perspective on it I'm sure i could have a you know a great career But i think if if you're a woman and you you have that definitely have to sacrifice Your you know full capabilities as a wife and a mother And for me personally. I'd rather be an excellent wife. Excellent mother and support my future husband in in his journey like career journey right. That just seems those daft division of roles. Just that makes so much sense to me. And i think a lot of women and men want that and you know they can find each other and make that happen okay. What would you say to somebody who says to you. I don't understand your side because it sounds like all she wanted somebody to take care of you financially. Because you can't do it yourself. yeah no. that's great. I think that's part of it What i would say to them is that you know we're not. We're not here to work in by here. I mean like planet right like working has its purpose and i'm not opposed to working. I work really hard I've accomplished a lot right. And you know. I've been under tremendous amounts of stress and high pressure situations. And i think that you have to examine. What is your role and What is the most noble course of action that you can take. And as i think about it more i think that Like focusing on my family would be Is definitely my purpose at least for the next on the years to come and i really don't think that you know the the house. Housewives are lazy or something silly. like that I don't think that that's the case at all. And i think that you know if you go online and you look at a lot of these women. I'm you realize that it's actually quite the opposite. And they really do their best to support their man and support their family and basically working is not the only way that you can do that. That's one part. That's one really important part. Big nurturing is also Another part that's equally as important. I agree with you. One hundred percent and i think that's a great place to stop. So where can everybody finds you and what you just tell us everybody where they could find you if they want to hear more of what you have to say to follow you. Yes sir can find me on twitter. Just go with that I'm i don't know if he can tag it. But i'm at takeover for.

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"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"For most people you fall into you fall into the group of being a parent whether you want to or not right. There's a lot of women that i graduated high school with. Who said done their graduated. High school never have kids on that. Have this will never have that now. Behalf four very rewarding very rewarding experience and it does take away your selfishness. It lowers your ego makes you more humble and it just makes you overall better person. If that's what you wanna be if it's important to you and for men would have a becomes out that's more like the time when you realize what you have to do and for women as soon as you become pregnant. You're aware of it. That's what that's what you realize. It is scary. It's stressful frustrating but the rewards and enjoy children bring our beyond words and i highly suggested anybody who even thinks they're remotely capable of handling it because it will change your life for the better go for it and i agree with you. Have children earlier than you're told them children. You don't need to have fifty thousand dollars in the bank advocate. I'm not saying that the government should take care of your child either. I'm just saying in general you'll figure it out because you have to enact a great message and and i appreciate that message that you just gave you the that's beautiful I think that being a wife and a mother or being a a dad And being husband is just as honorable goal as you know achieving a career or achieving some sort of other successive anything. It's more and i think that young people should you know should see that as an honorable honorable goal in something that they can work towards. If that's what they really want absolutely and you know. There's a lot of good stigma that comes with being married incomes being apparent that you're somewhat stable that there's somebody on this planet who who thinks you're worthwhile worth being with right..

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"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"When you try to include transgender people in women's sports specifically like with a by like male biological advantage. You exclude all other biological women in the process of doing not right Larger number of people right and the specific people that you are apparently trying to support right. I don't understand why anybody's why anybody in favor of that It's you know from my experience I think it's just wrapped up in the the ideology. Because like i said i've a lot of very very radical progressive acquaintances. And you know. It'll be transgender. Women know all this shared all the time But there's i've yet to hear anything about About transgender women in sports right. They just repeal here today. No i mean it is a big deal known. I collect attorney. That's not what i meant. I meant more people sharing their personal experience about it. Because i think like they know. If you think about it logically It just it's it's not. It's not right right. And i mean that's something you know as a female athlete. Someone who you know a woman who really benefited from being a girl on sports like i am really passionate about that. I really do think that girls should pursue sports and If this we continue on this trend. I mean you know. Girls and women's sports are will be no more. I think the wnba oh different. Yeah definitely accept the sign out right. Ex- pretty clever. Yeah so let's go ahead before. Finishes gordon share anything else that you want to get out to the people who are listening to this program today and You know in will will close out the show. I would actually like to a address one of the questions you earlier. Because i don't think i answered it onto best When you would advice i would give to young now. Go back to that. Still stand by over. Tell them to examine a you know the sacrifices that men have made the honorable men have done But just the other. Big one would just be fertility education I'm learning so much about that right now but just the basic one would be. You know you hit women hit peak fertility in it's like mid twenties. I think it might even be sooner than not for some women And that would be a that would be so important because women are not told us like if feminism cared about women. Feminism would know that most women want to be wives and they want to be mothers and they would tell women that if you want that you should start thinking about that in your early twenties. It doesn't mean that you can't have a child in your thirty inches. Munich avenue forty But you should be cautious if you're delaying procreation in favor of saint career or having a good time in your twenties i agree with you. One thousand percent and as a person who had children little bit later on in life. I do think that you should have children in your early to mid twenties It's more fair to the kids. Makes you get your life together quicker but you also have to feel that you're responsible for children right so you have to.

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"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"What do you think. I don't pay enough attention to canadian politics as i do american politics. You pay attention to american politics or no. I like many people. i really stopped after. This election I i don't really I know i know some because you know. I spent a lot of time listening to it. But i've i've kinda cut myself out. I try to avoid as possible. You happier that you cut yourself out of politics. Because i'm much happier than i don't know politics already know that definitely i. Yeah i'm i'm a big fan on focusing on you know personal things over you know political things. I know i'm speaking out against feminism. But a lot of that. I believe this is personal over political. So you have. You are a teacher. You teach music and stuff like that. Let me ask you this if you had a group of twenty young women. Let's say fifteen between the ages of seventeen fourteen fifteen more to say. Don't really a question appears your repairs twenty two eighteen or younger really indoctrinated into this lifestyle into this ideology. That you know is false. What would you say. How would you teach them where. You're not confrontational. Because you cannot confront any of these people writing as they will. They will shut down cry and magazine of epic proportions. If you try to so how would you. How do you think they could be talked to and maybe even become a little bit open minded rate. That's a really good question I think it's tough. Because i want to approach this logically. I do approach it logically in my head but Yeah i don't always think that that's the best option for maybe people. Who are more you don't fixated on kind of their emotions or how they feel about things. Probably the first thing. I would recommend i would tell women to do. Is i would happen. Think of the ways that it that men or the things that men in their life have done. That are honorable and that men have done in the past that honorable I think that's a huge one. Because i just think that there's this Disrespect for masculinity. Because we and i say this in air quotes like we technically don't need it anymore because like a woman can support herself right I would say dykes were explored the sacrifices that the men in your life have made men in the past have made it's fair now. The same point is easy to point out how much destruction men have caught and will definitely not fair..

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"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"Bad person with bad ideas that need to be shut up. Yeah definitely i need to be re education cancer. Whatever it is. They need to be indoctrinated into this ideology. Or they just don't fit into the modern society and that's gonna come to a head way which. I don't think that they want to have happened. Because how many people make money off race issues gender issues lawyers making money. The government being a being elected into a political offices. Because you support one side or the other so where this goes. I really don't know because too. Many people are making money on both sides right so if if both sides just keep going parallel. Nothing's gonna ever change and just getting get worse and worse and worse and worse till it comes to headway really going to have to go one way or the other and that's going to be ugly. So what do you think. What do you think's going to happen. What do you think. The state of canada's gonna look are the country of canada's like in five years. It's you know it's hard to say about canada. I would see the. us balkanize ing before. Canada I could be wrong on that. But i one hundred percent see that happening in the us What do you mean by bulking. What do you mean. I'm basically just the people with You know the. I guess the leftist beliefs to put it simply Have their space and the people with the other beliefs have their space. It's happening already. it's race it's happening by where people are moving geographically. Yeah precisely and you know. I thought about that. I'm not sure why it. It seems very obvious in the us. like i was saying before people are just are just very complacent here in non-confrontational The polite canadian stereotype is hundred percent. True so you don't have people like rebelling in the same way i'm not saying there's no one there's definitely a group of people that make Them but Who are on but definitely see that for the us as for canada probably just we have so much rural space. It'll probably just be the people kind of with my beliefs are moving to those areas out of the city and having a lot of kids home setting so there you go. But you're you're saying the same thing you live in the same country just going to move to a geographical a geographical area with like minded people. Yeah i think so. I mean i don't see unless i had a really good reason to i don't i don't see myself the moving of canada. I'm probably the only reason would be like my teacher spouse happened me from another country but like No i'm i think i'm staying here. So.

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"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"I think great question. I don't know like just wandering around with animals. like no men. i. I don't know Maybe i'm not sure i'm not. I'm not part of that crew anymore. You'd have to ask one of them will. In your opinion they'll look like when you were in favor of such a thing. Yeah i think it's yeah it would be like women a women in power. I guess like women making decisions make women like you know controlling things I guess you could put dollars for. What do you think about women in power reading about now. I think that women shouldn't be pushed to be in powerful positions like they are now I think that there's this huge push to have. Oh we need more women representation or more women making important decisions. I i mean i think it's i don't know how problem with the woman like wanting to do that or doing that But i do think that is better suited for men. And i think that a healthy society is not necessarily. Let's say government for example fifty fifty men and women. I think it's a lot more. It should be a lot more lopsided than that naturally. Wow all right. So father to girls. I sit on one side of the fence and i say because i think that everybody should be able to do whatever they want. As long as you don't hurt anybody else right so if any woman wants to run for political office that's fantastic. If anybody would ever any woman wants to sit home get knocked up nine times out of nine kids and take care of all of them. I'm happy with that too. Okay so i think that whoever's in political office should be fit for political office not just because they're a man or woman and i don't think that anybody should ever vote on. Oh i'm only. I don't know the positions but i'm voting for that person since women. I'm a woman. I'm a man and i think whatever that one about for women i want to see the first woman president or a prime minister there has been female prime ministers right in kennedy. So that's that's just a totally. I don't even know. What kind of mindset. That is that you just want to vote for somebody because the gender that they are and i don't understand why we have to put ourselves into the all these boxes you know white black women men. Why can't we use be people a little bit..

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"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"So i'm that's been find to kind of discover new new things that i can make But it it's had such a positive effect now has it had any effects on your acne situation or anything like that is a better worse. Same like how of that. Work out and yeah. It's it's hard to say. Because at the same time as i got i got the test done ahead of food sensitivity tests as well And to no surprise. I'm sensitive to the inflammatory foods that being soy corn things like that Barley has gluten in it Dairy as well So i i'm kind of i. Guess sonnen with nation diet right now. not really. But there's a lot of foods. I can't eat right now so i can't take for sure if it's necessarily or more that it's the absence of those other foods But it definitely has has had positive impact. I'm just glad. I'm just glad to hear you're doing well in your healthy. What matters so were you also when you were where you supplementing b twelve Yeah i was. I typically didn't have problems with be twelve which is which is good to know it was. It was always the iron. That could be a problem for me. but yet the business smart supplement to take if you are again so you weren't able to eat your fourteen pounds of spinach that you need to get your iron intake. Yeah pretty much. I researched a lawn into I think it's hemi mature it's h. e. iron on which is basically ironed from animals. And when you research into it. We absorb ir from beef from animals a lot more effectively than iron from spinach so it doesn't really matter. That spinach has a lot of iron and i love spinach but doesn't work really the i i. It doesn't it doesn't work from the research that i've been doing wonderful all right so let's get back to. Let's get back to young. Tao's journey here on on the path from liberal feminists to what would you consider yourself. Now.

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"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"Sir. So what are you. I can see your face really dealing with that. Now right i mean i i still a bit. I'm yeah you can't really tell by saying me right now. But i mean i've i've done huge thanks to you know. Help my health So it isn't like a decade You know that mostly it's your diet right. Yeah i have lots of experience in diet. I could be doing clock out not as well. Well we're going to do it all right now. What what because. This was very helpful. My two young girls. Don't don't listen to their dad. And i'm saying oh you you have like i don't want to forget problem with acne problem with Metro issue issues. I said it's because you eat the way you eat. That can't be. I'm telling you it's the way it's the way eat what you eat is going to affect that hundred percent. So when did you realize. I'm sure you two thousand doctors and everybody gave you a different thing. And they were trying to pump as many pills into his. They could write yet pretty mom. So when did you realize actually. It's only about what. I'm eating yet so that started around. I guess that's around seventeen. I went beacon and the first step before before fully went being was cut dairy and a cut out eggs and that seemed to work. Really well for me And then i went vegan and the whole vegan thing was beyond It was beyond just health There wasn't a long period of time. Where thought neat was necessarily bad for me But i did get wrapped up the ideology of it. And i'm speaking for five years actually or than five years When i say vegan. Like i really i really was like i really believed it. I thought it was the best option for me. And i actually only stopped that a couple of months or even just a month ago now And i kind of completely flipped. The switch am now on more like a meat based diet low carb. And it's been great so far. Veganism ism released. Served me well to be honest. I know it gets a bad rap on twitter But there were a lot of benefits to it for me But you know we're always evolving into something else now. I do not have a problem with veganism as an elimination diet. I do have a problem with it as a long term solution to overall of optimal health that sounds to me based for optimal health. So let's talk about that really quick. You're you're you're eating your vegan diet. most most. Your stuff goes away. Because i to know what it's like with the eggs part of it okay. I'm extremely large eight whites and Not allergic but they inflame me really really bad Everything does for the most part. So i'm basically stick to like ninety percent based diet and it has worked for me quite a bit but i would never consider veganism. Just need but So you flip the script on c. You're bouncing along that old liberal and worked for you which is great and it does work for people. I know a lot of people who went to begin but didn't they right around that five year mark. they're like. I don't feel so good anymore. You know so. So what was it..

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"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"In terms of when it actually comes down to job out for our. That's wrong and mostly women and especially like asian women out earn white men all day all the time by lot. It's not even close. So where did you where did you. Where did you pick that up at like. What explanation the most sense to you and said that's probably true..

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AstraZeneca Vaccine Is Safe, Europe's Drug Regulator Says

C-SPAN Programming

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

AstraZeneca Vaccine Is Safe, Europe's Drug Regulator Says

"Other news, Europe's top medicines regulator announcing that AstraZeneca's Oxford University Coburn 19 vaccine is safe that despite reports of unusual blood clots in a number of people among the 18 million who had received the vaccine at least one dose in Europe or in great Britain. Researchers for the Mm, which is the European equivalent of the U. S. Food and Drug Administration said they cannot totally rule out the possibility that a few dozen cases of blood clots and disorders out of those vaccinated would be triggered by the shot but overall, adding the vaccine is safe and should be delivered across Europe and elsewhere. Now a number of countries across Europe, including Germany, France and Italy, have paused on giving the AstraZeneca vaccine right now. It is not available in the U. S. But it's new test results become available. The company is expected to ask the FDA Before approval that could come in the next few

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"coburn" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Lower carbon footprint and increase production absolutely. And so we'll always continue to look at oil and gas opportunities down my avenue. Investment in blue wear which is focused. On what most people think exploration but i'm like oil and gas is not away number. One and people are reducing their exploration budgets. But it's much cheaper to find oil than it is to buy existing reserves If you can if you're good at it so i'm like well. Everyone's going away from expiration. I think it's great bad because explication if you can use digital technologies to find reserves bam. That's a huge huge. Increase your value of your company. So i make bats an expiration because i believe that technology digital technology is completely changing the game there. Yeah that's a good point. It's kind of like you know you go into this manufacturing mindset of shale and the everyone just kind of you know expiration just kind of bastardize and you don't take all these new technologies and apply it to that process. I'm sure there's a ton of opportunities. One of the best stories energy tech ever. Was that one company that we talked by. Remember the name of it. But it was like thousands of the guy from worked nasr's jpl and he got investment from The newfield energy ceo and a bunch of other people but the jets. Yeah so you're like four hundred eighty million in multibillion dollar valuation oiling gas experience and he bought these these decommissioned russian jets and was essentially saying that he was gonna fly over basins and with technology. Be able to detect the reservoirs right and turns out the whole thing which was like just a scam essentially so but we do have the technology to apply and I just think that it's interesting that everyone's kind of turned their back on just conventional exploration. But if you apply some technology. I'm sure there's a lot of low hanging fruit there to extract value. Yeah i mean data you know again. We've said this a million times. But i think in twenty eleventh one of my companies coined. Data's the new oil. Yeah two thousand eleven. By the way i hear i read it now like well. That's been we've said. I love tree. The trading side of energy and so both power and and gas and i thanked trading. There's so much happening in trading and and the convergence of retail and and and and cell. Trang is a big space. That i i really like man. There's a lot of areas i would. I don't la mobility in terms of you know the whole the whole even My big investments mobility investment but. It's energy storage systems for maritime space. Okay but i don't. I i'm not sure you know mobility me like the whole transportation sector and and you know betting on what's going to be the right ev solution. I think he is more of a power business anyway like electric vehicles because you need to get those needs to be charged and ev charging platforms are really power. So i see that as more power power. But i think mobility. There's a lot of noise and hype around mobility now. Alon must at the time. I checked last week. You know tesla was almost three times more viable on on enterprise level than shell itself. Yeah so you know..

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"coburn" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"coburn" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"And we're still having the same conversations a decade later. But you guys faced in the early days and so and that's not just energy that's like houston a whole. The entire tech scene here is still very very fragmented. And some of the biggest initiatives without really conan buddy out that are happening in the city. It's kind of the same thing that you said. Htc it's very quiz by political hands in this pie bureaucratic very much a real estate play and it's not tech play. I mean look like an i again. I've been hot and cold on austin. And we go to austin if we if we want to on the podcast about my belief since. I did live there for twenty years but josh bears the mayor of austin. He's an entrepreneur. Tacky he's awesome. Yeah who's who's the who's that in houston fact. Everyone has tried to be that in. Houston's been sort of throw down thirty we throw rocks at us people including myself. Yeah it's like the the people that sorta ran the houston tech ecosystem are bureaucrats yachts. And there's a place for everyone. But but i've told them and they don't like the answer. I'm like that's the problem. You're trying to orchestrate something that news bureau ganic yet and you're trying to hold back people that are trying to build things organically yet. Will that will make it a better ekostahl misses. You have people running initiatives that have never built shit themselves haven't built companies and if you re single biggest brad fields book startup communities bedfellows. One of the founders of techstars. She talked about he talks about. This is that you'll have a bunch of corporations come in and they try to set up the community and it never works because it has to be led by founders the community has to be led by founders because they know what the they know what other founders they know what resources and energy. We don't have a ton of successful founders. Don't i mean that's yeah. That's one of the issues. We recruit back hundred percent. That's another thing that mean girl were talking about. It was like you've never had these liquidity waterfalls that silicon valley has. Were you know just like you were talking about a bunch of guys over. Adele made a bunch of money. In the you're reinvesting that into startups you're reinvesting wisdom and experience and it's just something that we've lacked here in houston and i think that it's a little bit better now because now we have content in the internet. And you get access to different things but it's still The boggles my mind to see that we have so much talent here in so many resources and we still struggle to stand up in ecosystem and obviously that's a main objective digital wildcatters is to build this tech community but has just It's just wild to hear from the man himself..

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Democrats to Unveil Up to $3,600 Child Tax Credit as Part of Stimulus Bill

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Democrats to Unveil Up to $3,600 Child Tax Credit as Part of Stimulus Bill

"House committees are now hammering out the details of the nearly $2 Trillion Coburn relief package. Put forward by President Biden. Children are at the center of one of these pieces of the package. And with more on that I'm joined by ABC s Elizabeth Scholesy in Washington. Elizabeth Great to have you with us. As usual. This is expected to be direct cash payments to American families with kids. Hey, yeah, That's right. So great to be with you. This is a new proposals that we put forward today by Democrats in the House Ways and Means Committee, essentially calling for an expansion of the child tax credit, So the breaks out is essentially Asking for $3600 per child under the age of six and $3000 per child between the ages of six and 17 and the Democrats say this is holding true to Biden's promise to expand this chap this child tax credit. And to help alleviate poverty. No, there is research showing that this would help cut child poverty and half That's according to a Columbia University study, and this is part of a broader effort as we know of that nearly $2 trillion covert relief package, but certainly a Democratic priority here that have gotten some Republicans support. We saw similar opportunities will put forward by Senator Mitt Romney last week. So this is an interesting way to get more cash to families, especially lower income families and CBS interview yesterday, the president indicated he He doesn't really want to come off that 1.9 trillion mark, but is willing to negotiate with regard to income eligibility. That's exactly right. Joe Biden is holding true to the demand for $1400 stimulus checks. He says he will not go up go below that dollar amount, but he is willing to negotiate on who gets those checks. Currently, the proposal says, If you get more if you earn more than $75,000, you would start phasing out and you would not qualify their own individual That would be $150,000 per couple. So I didn't sound out open to maybe having that income threshold deal little bit lower. Notably those. Some Democrats are pushing back on that idea. We did hear from Senator Bernie Sanders and said anyone who got a stimulus check under President Trump. Should also get a check under President

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Joshua Coburn on How to Inspire a Positive Revolution

Dose of Leadership

03:55 min | 2 years ago

Joshua Coburn on How to Inspire a Positive Revolution

"Joshua Coburn back on DOSA leadership. Welcome. My friend. Glad to have you here. Honored to be back. Thanks again. I'm I'm super stoked has been way too long way too long and we were talking to six years I couldn't believe that I thought. Well, I'm even four three and six years. Yes so much. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Just briefly mentioning the world's change lives have changed I mean it's it's crazy. Six years is is a long time for sure especially in this crazy digital kind of fast paced world that we've been dealing with the last several years I still feel like I've kind of obvious have kept pace with you with facebook friends. I've seen on TIKTOK. I've seen your kind of progression of you and your brand and one things can we have different is like you look like a completely different human being you look like. A beast, your monster, you're like workout. Your work regimen I, it's impressive to see how much your body has changed in six years. Yeah. Thank you. You know it's it's crazy to. Kind of that whole cycle is been interesting in terms of you know when we last spoke I was really focused on mental health and things like that especially with students. And when I would go and I would speak I get photos back of like those events which was awesome. But I felt like. I looked of like. A like a dad you know. A little bit of a gut like arms word anything major and I hadn't thought about like hitting the gym. In High School, but I realize you know part of. Good. Mental health good physical health, and if I'm not seeing that through than what kind of example am I? So yeah, it was it was time to step up my game. So I think maybe late two thousand. Fourteen fifteen it would be it'd be early, two, thousand, fifteen I started kind of stepping into that world Orrin. Weirdly, it didn't take long I ended up with a sponsorship from Supplement Company and just really dove. Headlong into that world. So it's been an interesting right to that you know to that end as well. It's impressive and I. did you change your diet? Much I mean I got the supplements sponsorship. So that was part of your Diet but did you change? How you what you were drinking I mean was that radical to Yes. But I did it over time because really when I started making that change, it was more initially mental. It was a matter of showing up be split, getting the job done and. Kind of heading home, making sure that I was on point to return the next day and as time went by, I started to see some physical changes and then it's like well okay. Now, I need to maybe adjust the food and I think a lot of people when it comes fitness. They try to they try to join the gym. You know try to change all their food all at once and they get frustrated because you know there are two weeks and they changed everything about their life. They're not happy and they're not seeing results either so I didn't approach it that way I didn't start changing my diet until a good eight or. Nine months into. Kind of my physical transformation or by my kind of. Focused to physical side of it anyway, and once I I. Really. Started thinking you know Ok food may maybe I'll look at food different. I just started with simple things instead of buying you know free frozen pizzas. By. One lesson throw Broccoli and that's how I slowly over time changed it. But yeah, I got to the point where I was. Essentially, show you know bodybuilding show ready. So I was you know five to seven percent body fat lean ready to rock and roll.

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"coburn" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"coburn" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Chance right off the bat with lightning and Coburn right in the middle of it. Good opportunity there. Coburn just shoots the puck, nice and easy and tonetti risk, So there was a rebound and both Gord And Coleman just missed it. But I like the way he shot it. And that was even deflected by Yanni. Gord. So Helen made a great safe. Good safe. Good start. 15 seconds in get a face after the rite of lakh, surly tossed against Bergeron. So it's Tyler Johnson way. So we do see again. We're just tracking the line combos. You're sorely chlorine and Johnson are together. Drives one by the Bruins. McAvoy little for Ciara. You will put it off the far boards and it goes down the length of the ice. This will be nice and well so far. We played were nameplate with 25 seconds or so. Lightning doing a good job so far right there. No, that's face off will come down. Outside, Will he pick to the right What's left of a lot of Johnson takes it and winds that shat Cook's CenterPoint delivers applied after Tyler Johnson checked off Ciara Puck is picked up. Nobody yet grabbing at his Bergeron in the far corner, Brad Marchand. Right side. Alan, Charlie Mac aboard, Scoop it toward the lighting, and it's knocked down by shot. Kirk, Don't spin it out. Martian has it back. He's closed on by Tyler Johnson will pump it. Zones of AKA board feet of the middle of Centre ice deflected by Martian in relating and all that was a good job by the Cirelli lined force. Bergeron's line play defense. Basically, the whole ship headmen back with lightning center ice puts it in Boston Cage corralling. The ray wing..

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Construction worker has near death experience that strengthened his faith in God

Core Confidence Life

02:58 min | 2 years ago

Construction worker has near death experience that strengthened his faith in God

"What's going on? Charlie. Just. Try to stay stay cool with all his coburn stuff that's going on today but. Still working to stay engaged. tried. To retire a couple of about a year and a half ago, but make you dragging me back in. So still working in in enjoying life is really cool. Oh okay. Well, that's why you gotta stay in the game here. Don't don't bow out yet now. No Restoring Depression is not my my wife's go on. Tell you know. So you are an author you've got to books probably more coming and you a life story to share with US including some key moments in your life that helped you be the man you are today, and so let's talk about that. Let's first talk about your your your two books what are these books and one of the about So it's It's really credible. You, I'm I'm a civil engineer and I work on large construction jobs. You would never think I would be writing a book about spirituality and spiritual experiences. And things of that nature But I I just had some incredible life experiences in Grantham town. You gotTA write about this. So I did and the first book I wrote a published a couple years ago called always remember this moment. subtitled that book would be living proof of the power of prayer. and. It was about a near death experience. I had nine years ago. When I contracted a virus, not unlike corona virus called Sepsis and sepsis kills about two hundred, thousand people a year yours no known cure. There's no vaccine. Contracted, it went into a coma. For six weeks. and thirteen strokes. Was Not supposed to make. Literally was supposed to die. In a got to a point where all my body organ function shutdown. Lots brainwave activity. and the family had decided to pull the plug. Now my experience was I left my body. A had an out of body experience which I can talk about further. That was the first book. The second book that I just wrote released. Just. This last. February. was called I got this and it was about. Incredible experiences on construction job sites that you just wouldn't believe it happened that culminated in once again, all my friends tell me you gotta write about this stuff. This is just too unbelievable things were happening. And I can talk about those. You could literally pick out any chapter in the book and do a topical meeting on each one of those.

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Tom Coburn, former Republican senator and Oklahoma physician, has died

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

00:08 sec | 2 years ago

Tom Coburn, former Republican senator and Oklahoma physician, has died

"Former US senator Tom Coburn has died he was a senator from Oklahoma and a physician he apparently had cancer Coburn was

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Former Senator Tom Coburn dies at age 72

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Former Senator Tom Coburn dies at age 72

"Former senator Tom Coburn has died at the age of seventy two as NPR's Colin Dwyer reports the Oklahoma Republican earned a reputation for fighting federal spending no matter whom he angered in the process before he was elected the mid nineteen nineties Tom Coburn was a position but during his nearly two decades in Congress first in the house and then in the Senate Coburn earned a different kind of title Dr no he crusaded against government spending even put out an annual based book cataloguing right he found to be the most flagrant examples of it and he said it didn't matter to him which party was responsible here he is talking with NPR in two thousand six we're not here to raise money for campaigns we're here to make the tough hard long term decisions it's going to secure the future for the country governs former communications director said the senator died after a long battle with

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Oklahoma - Tom Coburn, unyielding 'Dr. No' of the House and Senate, dies at 72

Del Walmsley

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Oklahoma - Tom Coburn, unyielding 'Dr. No' of the House and Senate, dies at 72

"Former U. S. senator Tom Coburn has done Coburn was an Oklahoma family doctor who earned a reputation as a conservative political maverick as he railed against federal earmarks and subsidies for the wealthy as well as expansion of the deficit in the welfare state he was also a staunch pro life advocate he passed away early this morning at the age of seventy two

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Former US Sen. Tom Coburn, conservative political maverick and Oklahoma physician, has died

Home and Garden Show

00:06 sec | 2 years ago

Former US Sen. Tom Coburn, conservative political maverick and Oklahoma physician, has died

"After a long battle with prostate cancer former Oklahoma senator Tom Coburn has died he was seventy

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"coburn" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"coburn" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Coburn this is Martha McCallum and great niece he just went silent and then he said to me more than I think about Harry all the time D. and I think he would have lived a better life than I did and then we just launched into this wonderful conversation he says the sweetest man and I've got to know which it's been wonderful well I personally want to thank you for doing this my grandfather my mother's father for any which email city he was thirty four years old he was the old one of the oldest Maria in my father really signed up he did know him obviously he was seventeen he won in the Army Air Corps my grandfather fought a quality with Gina and he signed up with my great uncle who fought at Guadalcanal how to spend the amount of time that you have writing this fabulous book taking time and your life to go to this island which is in the middle of hell it is you know where and to see where these men fought where they could even get their feet in the in the ash and right and we bombarded that island over and over again to the Japanese had done again hadn't they had they said you know that the Japanese went on it was given they were in it and they had dug eleven miles of tunnels into the island and some of the people who fought there they spoke with that you know I don't I never saw one Japanese soldier they were in the island and shooting from sniper positions that were really wild field and they were determined they they didn't think they were gonna win ultimately but they were determined to cause an enormous loss of life on the American side general Kuribayashi said take ten American lies before you lose your own and they weren't very fond of taking prisoners either we're going now it you know that that was it at that point that was not something that they were doing and you know a lot of the Japanese they didn't want to survive the island either so after they killed many people as they said they generally took their own lives because it was just it was the hero spirit it was considered you know a shameful thing to go home from the war this is a remarkable book it's not just an everyday book were host comes up and says Hey I wrote a book this is a very thoroughly researched book it'll pull at your heartstrings I'm Martha MacCallum the book is unknown Valerie warning kerja digit of my social sites mark living show Facebook mark Levin show Twitter you go directly to Amazon any major bookstore mature order tonight and take a look at it and you know one of the great things in my view Martha that Smith's missing in this country's history these battles every one of these battles the the loss of life with these men and women did they it could be another battle but he would chamber was particularly horrific was it was Robert shared it.

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Why Mayor Pete Buttigieg thinks he's the one to beat Donald Trump

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

07:39 min | 2 years ago

Why Mayor Pete Buttigieg thinks he's the one to beat Donald Trump

"Mir p footage welcome back to the podcast extra. Haven't been good to be back all right. Let's jump right on in a row. Is it too late to stop? Senator Bernie Sanders. No but it will be if we don't get our act together. Look we have a very clear choice as a party. Right now We can take his approach and I recognize that he speaks for a lot of ideal ideals that we share but it's also an approach that is about consolidating a base and pushing away. People disagree you at a moment when I think we have to be doing the opposite now. We're only three states in We're on the eve of the South Carolina primary then come Super Tuesday but we could wake up after Super Tuesday with no going back and I think it's time to really ask ourselves how we're GONNA move forward I'm with US. You said It will be if we don't get our act together. What does that mean? What does that look like? Get Our act together. Of course what I think that should look like is to rally around a candidate. Perhaps the one candidate to have actually beaten Bernie Sanders anywhere in the country cycle which Which is my campaign and a look at a vision that can make room for everybody. That is very progressive and set up in a way that that can actually reach out to independence and android some Republicans over the line to because I think that's how we're going to win in November So that's the case that I'm continuing to make that we cannot Expect to succeed against the president this divisive if we're sewing a different kind of division from our own side there's a better way and our campaign shows the promise of making that happen and you mentioned divisive and and Senator Sanders sent out a tweet. That caught a lot of people by surprise. Were wondering if it was a lot and not him but he really did send out a tweet that said. I've Got News Republican establishment. I've got news for the Democratic Establishment. They can't stop us. How how would give me a reaction to that? Well I think it reflects a worldview where the Democratic Party is the problem. And that's not how I see things I've I've never automatically felt like part of any establishment obviously Competing as I am as a as a mayor from South Bend Indiana and not exactly waiting my turn but to to say that the big problem in America right now is Democrats. I think Mrs what's going on what's going on right now. Is We've got a president who succeeded with a hostile takeover of the Republican Party and a sense that our party has not been able to connect with a lot of people who would benefit from our policies who are certainly capable of voting for us. Think of all the people who voted for President Obama Just a few years ago and then turned around and voted for president trump. We can't let that happen again and part of why. I was very excited. About how competitive we were in the Iowa counties for example the digits that they voted for President Obama sometimes twice and then swung over to president. Trump is that we don't have to have a repeat of two thousand sixteen in fact the less twenty twenty resembles two thousand sixteen in all respects. The better does it offend you. That a person who is a member of the Democratic Party continues to thunder against the people? He'll need to win the nomination and to govern if he were to win in November. Well let me say this. Ultimately we need to unite the country and uniting. The country begins with uniting the Democratic Party. If you think the Democratic Party is the problem or even sometimes engage in rhetoric that makes it sound like Democratic Party is the enemy while competing for the Democratic nomination. That is going to make it very challenging to actually bring folks together in the speed that we need to in order to compete in order to win. What do you say to his supporters if you are the nominee and he isn't because it is no secret that the supporters have Bernie Sanders so-called Bernie Bros? I've been a victim of them. Lots of journalists have lots of politicians have lots of regular everyday people have been What's the word the kids are using a third over? That's a new. Oh yeah saying saying remotely negative things about Bernie Sanders. What do you say to them? Well I'd say you have a decision to make if this is about personality. That's one thing but if this is about policy if this is about Raising wages for workers if this is about ensuring the corporations are held accountable. This is about doing something on climate before it's too late. I will be the most progressive president in our lifetimes. It's true that I believe that some of the proposals that come from Senator Sanders go too far and and are not going to be a past anyway but Just to be very clear I am running to be a I think also would be the most progressive nominee. We've had in recent memory so if this is really about the change you want to see in the world and not how much you you feel attracted to the personality of one or another candidate. Then I'm offering just that and I'm offering it in a way that I think could actually unite an American majority. That actually is with us on these things you you'd never realize from certainly from looking at the Senate or even from looking at some of the coverage is it. There is a powerful American majority right now then agrees for example that the public sector should step up and fix the healthcare problem. Just as long as we don't force it on too many people that agrees that minimum wages have to go. We gotta do something about gun violence. We've got to create a pathway to citizenship. When it comes to immigration we got to act on climate This is an American majority. Let's let's galvanize it not blow it up. That sounds great. But what is your. What is your path after Super Tuesday and I focused on Super Tuesday because we go in rapid succession from South Carolina to Super Tuesday on three days. What is Your Path? Well we need to have a good showing in certainly on Super Tuesday and I think that we will We just We're in Virginia. Yesterday had I don't know the final crowd count but it was the better part of ten thousand. People are out there with amazing energy Same thing when we were in Colorado on our way out after the the caucuses in Nevada and we're going to work to compete in in every one of those Super Tuesday states. Look the reality is. There's no quick way to win But we believe State by state election by-election a we can piece together what we need Provided that I can do the job of Of gathering the support of those who are skeptical about Senator Sanders approach and looking for a better way. Go back to the basically the beginning of this conversation where I ask you about If we don't get our act together and of course it's all you think it's about coalescing around you. But there are a lot of people who are saying all. The centrist so-called centrists in the campaign are taking votes away from each other in allowing Senator Sanders to run away with it What would happen or how does that happen if you are? Senator Coburn Senator Warren. Don't get out of the race. I mean at some point after Super Tuesday. There's going to be a clamour in the within the party. How do you make the case to the party? That you shouldn't be the one below drop I would say that. So so if folks are looking for an alternative to Bernie Sanders and believe that there needs to be fewer alternatives in order for anyone to make it. Why would you look to the one person who's actually beaten him anywhere in the cycle as the one that you would ask to step aside You know we. We have been able to Defy all of the pundits expectations we have been able to compete Especially in again those areas that we're going to need in order to defeat. Donald trump that vote democratic usually but haven't lately and we've got a track record of ahead of a lot of the other people who are going to be Looking at Looking to their left and looking to their rights. And you're GonNa make room for me at the end of the day Voters are going to settle this.

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The Dharma of Instagram | Yung Pueblo

10% Happier with Dan Harris

09:02 min | 2 years ago

The Dharma of Instagram | Yung Pueblo

"Hey guys social media media does not differ. Flush seemed like a hospitable environment for meditation. Mindfulness Dharma Sanity. Whatever you WANNA call it? There's there's at least some evidence to suggest that the more time spent on social media the less happy you will be however our guest this week. Diego Perez has been able to build a massive following going for what is essentially Dharma Buddhist content on instagram. He's got last. I checked more than six hundred thousand followers followers on instagram. Every day he puts out a post based on his experiences As a person in the world who's using this sort of ancient agent technology to improve his own life and clearly clearly a lot of people want to hear it So I'll keep this introduction very brief because he's a great storyteller and the way he came to the practice is quite interesting but I do want to highlight Going into one is. We've had a lot of people request that we talk doc about the experience of being on a meditation retreat in this show. Diego does that for us and I also want to point out that toward the end of the interview. You're going to hear two of my colleagues the Laura Coburn and Chris Riaz from nightline. Ask some questions to Diego. Because we're doing a story on him for nightline and they were in the studio with their cameras recording as we recorded this interview For the podcast forgot to mention by the way that his name is Diego Perez but the the way the world world knows him as young Pueblo. which is the name of his instagram account? And you'll hear him explain why he came to that name all right enough for me here. We go young young Pueblo. Well Nice to meet you nice to meet you too. I would love to hear your backstory. How did you get into meditation in the first place? Well it was back in July of Twenty twelve twelve day my first course in the summer And I had just overcome. It was a pretty serious year. Twenty eleven or twenty twelve. I was basically basically pulling my life back together. I had gone pretty deep into just using a pleasure and intoxicants like drugs and alcohol to get as far away from self as possible and it Kinda hit rock bottom and that summer of two thousand eleven and basically almost died felt like you. The body was just like full of drugs and I was on the floor. Basic trying to pray myself back into life because I felt like I was having a heart attack and you know I was twenty three at the time like I had to push my body that far to the edge And literally just because I didn't know how to deal with my anxiety and my sadness and from from that moment when I was on the ground there really realizing that I could have really wasted my life. I've this is not how I want to go. I don't WanNa like my parents don't especially because my parents you know. We emigrated from Ecuador when I was very young in. My parents made such a giant sacrifice for me to even be in this country and to have this opportunity but in some ways if I die now I would have wasted every all of their efforts and that sort of gave me a lot of courage to just stop. Stop doing all the hard drugs and start dislike slow. Walk into being healthy again because I was like so overweight when healthy so sad and was constantly only thinking about what like. What's the next pleasure that I could have so that I don't have to feel like this? The sadness the underlying emotions that you're trying trying to get away from were they just part of your wiring or were they connected to life experiences that have been traumatic. Yeah there I I mean besides like the trauma of poverty. We grew up poor but house always kind of wired that way. Even when I was really little I always felt you know I was very extroverted. Had A lot of friends but just underlying sadness that kind of compounded over time and it just grew and grew to the point where it became unmanageable and really really destructive. Where did you grow up so I grew up in Boston after we was born in Ecuador? And when I moved moved to Boston when I was four and a half and then I was there until I was eighteen when I went to college in Boston proper. Yeah Yeah in Jamaica Plain and what we're folks doing to to get by. It was tough. I mean we were so we're broke like My mom was cleaning houses and my dad was working in a supermarket and luckily we were able to live live in Boston. Because my aunt who had moved from Ecuador in the sixties She and her husband had bought like triple decker and they were renting it really cheap one of the floors I us For like very very cheap and so you went off to college at Eighteen and then a twenty three year. You're on the floor of your apartment. Yeah what what. How bad did what did it look like your the the drug abuse drinking what? How bad did it get? It was consistent not every day. It was kind of like a Monday to know. Sorry from Wednesday to Monday. I think like Tuesday's we're off and But even on Tuesdays. I'd still be like smoking weed and but the weekend was very long. We got there like at the school that I went to especially at that time. I don't know what the culture is like there. Now but which Wesleyan University I was great prestige school. Yeah no it was great And I learned a time time when I was there and I. I love the experience that I had but I definitely just sought out having fun or what I thought was way too much and it became so consistent and like a a norm that I didn't think anything was wrong and then when I left there I saw that I still had that like constant urge craving to just continue that and I wasn't in that environment that could produce it so I had to like make situations to continue having the spine so just got really heavy into cocaine and to to the point where I just felt like I couldn't even walk very far without my heart feeling like it was gonNA explode Yeah I've Had My own experiences with that drug. Yeah get produced a panic attack from you on national television. Which was Oh yeah? Yeah so you've taken us through the what appears to be pretty hard bottom On the floor Trying to pray yourself back to some sense of normalcy. How did of that land you on a meditation? Retreat sounds like a year later. It was exactly I was almost exactly a year later so I stopped the really hard drugs And I started and exercising and taking superfoods. I remember like one of the first things I did was by the toughest bureau of Barley grass and started consuming. 'cause like I never never knew how to eat well and I slowly started feeling better and better like you know. Having a relatively good diet helps balance the mind out a bit so that was helping me see things a little more clearly than a friend of mine had been travelling in India and he did attend David Positive of course and he when he came so. This is also one of the people that I used to party with a time. You know do all the same drugs with and everything and he wrote an email after his experience and it was all about love Compassionate and goodwill so to me I was like like what the hell happened like this person who I love. You know I was like one of my brothers. Why is he talking about love? Now like what you know how. How is this experience variance so powerful that it made him right this email so I immediately signed up and did a few months later and it was like dramatically changed my life? I want to dive deeply and just just for clarity of terms if a pasta can be a confusing term on a number of levels one of which one of the levels levels is that there is a kind of meditation practiced in many ways And in many different ways In the Meditation World When people say I'm going on on the positive retreating often mean I'm going on a retreat at a center established by legendary very teacher by the name of S N. That's was an Indian businessman who learned how to meditate while doing business in Burma. Yeah exactly and he then started creating meditation centers for lay people. And now they're all over. You were telling me this three hundred before we started about three hundred around the world and so the Pasta is an ancient form of meditation also called insight. Meditation taught outside of the Wencke school such as such as it is but somehow in the meditation vernacular nowadays and when people say. I'm going out of the positive retreat. They generally mean going. Yeah definitely I think. The positive globally is sort sort of like the silent giant like there's so many of us centers around the world and people practice it To different degrees and I think that's what. Yeah what people think about talk about going kind of pasta on

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iPhone owners can sue Apple for monopolizing App Store, Supreme Court rules

Bumper to Bumper

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

iPhone owners can sue Apple for monopolizing App Store, Supreme Court rules

"Apps. The US pre port has ruled iphone consumers can sue apple for allegedly charging higher than competitive prices for apps sold in the apple app store. I think of people that are going to benefit the most from something like this are the app, developers Coburn with data doctor says, developers currently have to pay a thirty percent commission charge and that gets passed onto you as for how this could affect apple going to be a hit to their financial statements and, but it's already hit their stock price. But it could be a while before we see changes. This is gonna take a long time to get through the courts apple has a lot of money. A lot of lawyers hoping says expect apple to put

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Serendipity for the 'Mueller, She Wrote' podcast

The Frame

05:05 min | 3 years ago

Serendipity for the 'Mueller, She Wrote' podcast

"Muller? She wrote has been a weekly podcast since two thousand seventeen examining the developments in the investigation by Robert Muller into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election episodes are occasionally taped before a live audience and one was scheduled for last night at Largo here in Los Angeles, and then serendipity struck when it was announced that the mole report would be released that same day, the podcast hosts are stand up comedians, Jellison Johnson, Jordan, Coburn and a woman who only goes by her initials, and now please welcome the host of more. She wrote. He g won't reveal her full name because she's a federal employee whose prohibited by law from participating in partisan political activities, I was in the audience for last night's taping. And then spoke with Jordan, Coburn and AG afterward. And I began by asking AG how the timing of the mole report changed her show last night. It literally changed like twenty minutes before we got here because we've had the same structure for live shows that we've been doing for all two of our previous life show, so far I was like we can't just act like it's a normal day. You guys we have a really great show planned for you that we just scrapped, and we were probably gonna go right off the cuff or this called going and cold. But we hope you enjoy it. We're going to do some sabotage. We're gonna do some fantasy indictment league. Because you we normally keep it a little bit more light hearted and fun and have some games involved. You know in the live show. We'd like a quiz section on our news stories. But yeah, we had to switch it last minute. You go by the initials AG, and for people who don't understand does does that have something to do with the hatch act, and why are your initials in the hatch act in some way connected for people who don't understand what the hatch act is. I'm going out of my way extra to not violate the hatch act because I work for Trump's executive branch. And so the hatch act basically says that you you can't use your agency or title as federal government employees to advocate for or against a somebody running for political office. And we know Trump's been running since the day he got into office because that's his moneymaker. I take a step further. I could use my name. I just want to keep it all out of it. And I want to keep a nice giant crowbar separation between what I do at night and on the weekends. And what I do during the day. What do you think your work, and your background give you in terms of understanding issues that other people might not have working in the government? And I think you're veterans that right, right? What does that perspective? Give you how understanding how absolutely slow the government roles. It's just so Celo and people right now they want answers now. And they, you know, they just don't understand why things take so long, and I hope that I can lend some explanation as to why they do and that it's actually that way for a purpose. When the report came out did you say to yourself? That's it for the podcast because I mean, obviously, the title of the podcast is Muller. She wrote and Miller has written. I'm not sure really because I I don't feel that I'd dictate where this show goes. I think the listeners dictate whether or not the show keeps happening, but you know, personally, we've got twenty offspring investigations from this. That are still open an ongoing we've got the stone trial that doesn't start till November. We've got bijon key on July. We'll keep covering it. If people keep needing us. To cover it. Yeah. I think we know that there's a lot to be covered and could go on for a very long time. But my fear, I guess was that people would take bars four-page summary and think that that means shops closing up, and that's all there's to be seen. But I don't think that's how our fans are. And I think we have a lot more to do. Everyone was like, oh, they're done. No further indictments. And then boom, Greg Craig it's dieted yet. Mr. first name since right? One indictment bridge. Name. Yeah. What you that's the real crime who first name. What do you think it is that you give listeners that maybe they can't find some other place? I think we remove the talking angry heads that a lot of people get tired of. But mostly the whole mission of this was to keep people interested in keep people engaged and to keep it simple. And to to take these traumatic and important events in spin them into humor, it it kind of helps us get through it. It's kind of like if you don't laugh, you'll cry and fans say that we were curatorial journalists and everything that we do we always provide context as well. So it's it's like very as a huge story, obviously and everything fits in a time line. And I think we do a good job of reminding everyone the the importance of each news bid that comes up and keep it rolling in a way that's easy to digest. And yet in a very recent episode of your podcast, you

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Olivia Wilde’s Mom Loses to Candidate Who She Accused of Being a 'Devotee of Bigfoot Erotica'

Michael Medved

01:19 min | 4 years ago

Olivia Wilde’s Mom Loses to Candidate Who She Accused of Being a 'Devotee of Bigfoot Erotica'

"It's not true that he was never a professional pornographer anything like that. And he s he is interested in sasquatch as I am. Here's a Republican nominee in blitz. A fifth district in Virginia. And he was running against one of the most left wing. I mean, really the most left-wing of all candidates nominated for anything. Her name was Leslie Cockburn. She pronounced Coburn is written out. Cock burn. But Leslie Cockburn is the mother of the Hollywood actress Olivia Wilde. And Leslie Hobart has kind of wild with a history of profound anti-americanism and profound anti-israelism and she lost. And this was raised that the Democrats have been counting on winning and one that they lost. There were wins and losses across the country. Some of them said some of them wonderful like the Riggleman Cockburn race, but all of them resulting in what a lotta people will be a more functional situation in Washington DC. Now, how could that be with a divided congress? We will get to that. Let me go first to atom in Atlanta atom, you're on the Michael Medved Show.

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Clint Eastwood, Bradley Cooper Reunite in Trailer for Drug Drama ‘The Mule’

Donna and Steve

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

Clint Eastwood, Bradley Cooper Reunite in Trailer for Drug Drama ‘The Mule’

"Coburn's trending online right now is Clint Eastwood you guys this trailer for his new movie it's called the mule, and it's based on a true story of a ninety year old drug mule for the Mexican cartel Eastwood returns as a director and the star of this movie for the first time in a new movies in the two thousand eight he's gonna be joined by Bradley Cooper, Michael penna and Laurence Fishburne the mule. It looks saw

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Jeremy Corbyn, Catholic Church and President Trump discussed on News and Papers

News and Papers

02:34 min | 4 years ago

Jeremy Corbyn, Catholic Church and President Trump discussed on News and Papers

"The department of health has confirmed it will approve plans to allow women in England to take. Abortion medication in their own home the changes mean. Women will no longer have to take the second of. Two abortion pills at, the clinic. Last month government was criticized as being out of step because the practices, already allowed in Scotland and Wales the president of the Royal College of obstetricians and gynecologists professor let's Regan says it's a welcome change many

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