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"Sex and the City" gets new chapter on HBO Max
"Is getting the revival treatment at HBO. Max. The new chapter is titled and just like that, and we'll star Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis came control who played Samantha Jones in the original Syriza is not returning. The revival will follow. Carrie Bradshaw, Charlie York and Miranda Hobbes as they navigate love and relationship in their fifties. Syria's will consist of 10 half hour episodes, and it's set to begin production in New York City in late spring
‘Sex and the City’ Stars to Make More Than $1 Million Per Episode for HBO Max Revival
"Stars of the upcoming sex in the city revival at hbo. Max scherzer cynthia. Nixon and kristin davis are all set to bank deep breath a million dollars per episode further ten episode series episodes. All three are set to star in the show as well as serve as executive producer. So kind of crazy and if you miss me saying this yesterday. Production is set to begin in late spring new york city and that mill per episode. Is it really that crazy right now. Considering a listers like nicole kidman and jeff bridges and reese witherspoon and carrie washington. They all get similar paychecks. Their rules in major projects on platforms like netflix and hulu and amazon
'Sex and the City' is coming back, but it's missing one key character
"Sex in the city will return seventeen years. After its last episode aired for what tencent ten episodes. I'm so excited about this. Your this is breaking news to me. It will star three of the four original leads. Sarah jessica parker cynthia. Nixon and kristin davis carrie miranda charlotte. We'll all be back. I'm not shocked that the other don't like control they i. I was shocked. When i got into this. Deep dive about kim cottrell and sarah jessica parker and their feud and i thought their on screen relationship had so much chemistry. I thought there's no way off air. Apparently it was tense onset. Like they'd film the scene and then partways access is good. That's good acting right there. Because i wouldn't feel fake. It sex in the city will return seventeen years after its last episode aired. Hbo max that's where it
Sex and the City Is Coming Back
"Sex and the city is coming back. You guys parker cynthia. Nixon and kristin davis confirmed it with this teaser. They're bringing the show back to life on. Hbo maxima. here's a twist for one thing. The show has a new name. It's called and just like that. The other big changes. That kim cottrell will not be back. As samantha. super surprise about that part of it. But you guys here for this look. I think everybody has been waiting for this to happen for a very long time. Where that you like. The series are not whether you like the movies are not you know a character. You still know which character that you are. This show holds a place. And everybody's heart. I don't care who you are man ads. but also what if your character doesn't come back. Like i'm a combination of carrying samantha. So half of me is no longer in this series. And i think you know what i mean like me. That really upsets me. I i found out about this late yesterday was like what's going on. I didn't fully understand what was going on. I'm here for it. But the fact that they're trying to use a different title and try to differentiate from sex in the city as much as possible. I just feel like is the juice worth the squeeze like you have such an iconic franchise you did the show for however many seasons. You have two movies the second movie we let pass because whatever we're super fans and we didn't care as much as we should now to revamp it in like a smaller scale with only three of the women when it's really about the four of them and then also to know that whatever feud has gone on behind the scenes is so bad that somebody will not return sort of just jolts. I don't know the the magic of it all a little bit. Like do people want no samantha. In this show one time samantha. But i i. I love the other girls enough that i told him away without her own. No the problem is the show is called. Sex city remarried broadband. We know nobody's having sex in that city. Okay so give me somebody. I need you to cast somebody. Who's going to be that young sexy siren that's going to actually explore the city as a single woman and have these women go ahead and kind of guide her through now over the years i will say sex in the city has gotten a little bit of pushback because of their lack of diversity this is. Hbo's chance and sexy cities chance to show that they can cast somebody in that role at all. I want is a quarterly simmons or isa raid in that role. We had you know. I love the. I also think it's one of those things. Where if you're not gonna bring samantha back and i know i read a little bit about the show this morning. And it says it's about the women navigating friendships in their fifties. Then i think that you need to also include losing friends. People throughout their life people who have been friends for twenty years. If you're no longer going to have samantha around. I don't wanna hear that samantha's in la or central pay or dating. Some man tell us that samantha went awol. And y'all are not cool anymore. Like i love that. And pretend she's gone and it's all fine also. Don't you think that some are Critic his character is going to be like the one divorce because she's so least likely to be divorced. They've gotta have a good twist. They're already been divorced. she's dead. She converted also watch your language. Watch your language because you keep on saying if you're not gonna have some antibac- if you're not going to invite her in samantha. Was the one kristen her name. I'm i can into the one who said she would never do. Another sex in the city again never wanted to play that character again. It was not her. She wanted to move on. So we can't because a lot of people are pointing fingers at sarah jessica parker a nephew of why shouldn't come back but she said she wasn't going to come. Was it on like kim yet. Her but there was. She couldn't get the last. I think we're done with samantha. They hate each other and the fact that they hate each other to the extent that they hate each other and we still don't really know why is fascinating to me couple. Let's get a couple like major things about the story. What do you think so you think you guys both in kristen's karat. Why can blink charlotte. You think charlottesville. What about big and kerry together or broken up together can carry gonna be together. I don't think it's going to be. I think the new adventures are gonna come with the new woman. I think we're going to get the fashion. I think we're going to get the city. And i also think we're going to get a diverse for the character that we have always need it in this series or something like twenty twenty one like i think it's i think it's just give me comoro. You like let me get my life. Yeah i'm excited about this. I am excited to see what it's gonna be and how they're gonna do it. I'm sure it's going to be good no matter what the way. Let's be honest if kim control really wanted to come back on this show. They would have done it. She worked the last two seasons not liking. Sarah jessica parker joy behar and go back and rosie o'donnell crossing each other at a table for three years. These two can be on together at young to be kuenz. Has no interest was over sad. Can
'Sex and the City' is coming back -- but it's missing one key character
"John. Were you a sex and the city fan are not necessarily but I think I'm going to go back. I watched episodes here and there, but I wasn't like it considered. I I'm not like so ingrained in the culture of sex and the city that I breathe it right, But I am excited that it is coming back. Great news for fans of the show. It's coming to HBO, Max. Sarah Jessica Parker. She put out a tweet that was it was like B roll of New York City, obviously produced by the show, and then it was, you know, her typewriter typing and it said, And just like that, which is famous from her. You know, from her column, she wrote. And so that's gonna be the name of the show. And just like that, so, okay, So this isn't like all the episodes are coming back. This is no. This is a new new content with Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte. Oh, what? I'm in their fifties. Oh, yes. So, um, you know, won't Well, that's that's fun. I really like this idea. 10 episodes half hour long. It's scheduled to begin production in New York late spring. So I think we're going to see it in the fall. I am so excited. Me too. I think I'm going to go back and binge. The six separate six seasons because you know why not? What else? The old episodes an hour long. I think so. Eh? So I like that. These are a little bit shorter. Yes, I couldn't help but wonder where are they now? Yeah, that's what everybody wants to. That's exciting. Well, and Cynthia Nixon. Didn't she run for office in New York? I believe sounds right? Yeah. Um And so Cynthia Nixon's going to be back. Kristin Davis, Sarah Jessica Parker, but no to Kim can could trail right. She won't ever be back. Nobody likes her. Hey, Donna, you know we talked about this morning like, you know Sharon Stone. Somebody asked her if she would be interested in she said Yes. Just like in the interview. I was ever that it sure, And I think she'd be perfect. He's a little older, though she is, but I don't think you can tell that's true. And And then there's the possibility. You know Samantha had breast cancer. In the show at one point character, and, uh, I think that you know if you wanted to I think, do a service to you know women with breast cancer. It would make the story bigger than just you know, and have her pass away from breast cancer. It would make it bigger than Him control as a person because I think that her personality is sort of taken over and all the negativity with it. You could actually do show a real life. You know, women. We deal with losing friends and sisters and mothers to breast cancer, right? And so that would be a real life thing that I think they could, You know, wrap up the story line, but also do something good. Bye. Yeah. The majority of this show I was. I was deaf, too, until The final two seasons. Maybe The girls who lived upstairs from us in college in the apartment above us knew that we had HBO so on Sunday nights they would invade and it was like, okay, we're watching. And so we're like, Well, if we're gonna watch it, just fill us in what's happening here? Well, it's great. I I think I watched it like I watched two seasons and then I forgot to watch another season and I was just kind of pop in and out. Yes, you could kind of do that. I didn't watch that last season, though, and I don't know what happened with neither neither. So maybe I'll just go back and you know to get ready for this season. Wow. Kristin Davis will be nice to see her. Yes, Queen? Yes, it was Mr Big gonna be in this. I don't know. That is a good question. What? He ended up being on the good wife. Oh, yeah. I'm the good one. Yeah, one of my favorite shows ever I didn't finish the last season. The only season I didn't see E No. I'm usually a good finisher. I don't know. Stop it, Dodd! Sorry. Clean it out. Take a walk. Almost. You got 15 years.
'Sex and the City' returning without Kim Cattrall
"You're going to get it back Sex and the city coming back at least, HBO Max, Sarah Jessica Parker confirmed on Sunday. She's returning to TV as Carrie Bradshaw in a sex and the city revival for HBO. Max. Truman Instagram. I couldn't help but wonder where are they? Now? HBO Max All confirmed that Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte will also be back. Not coming back Kim Control who display Samantha Jones on the show. She's been very vocal about her decision not to return to the show and her in Syria just probably not going alone. Yeah, And like I said, I don't think there's any surprise. No, that really theory. Revival Fire Carrie Miranda Charlotte as they navigate their fifties, and it's set to begin production in New York in late spring. Another week another Nicki Minaj lawsuit
‘Sex and the City’ Revival Confirmed at HBO Max
"Sex and the city is getting a reboot. That's right. Sarah Jessica Parker's Cynthia Nixon Kristin Davis all share the mini teaser trailer for the project called and just like that on their social media accounts yesterday, HBO Max says that the new project will follow the beloved characters of Carrie Miranda and Charlotte as they head into an even more complicated reality of life and friendship in their
Sex And The City may be returning for a limited series on HBO Max
"Continuation might be happening might actually be happening now. The gossip for the past decade has been whether or not we're going to get a sex in the city three movie, So of course, sex in the city. city. The The television television show show beget beget sex sex in in the the city. city. The The film, film, which which began began sex sex in in the the city city to to the the movie, movie, and and then then it's it's like like okay, okay, What's What's that that going going to to be? be? Get? Get? What's What's that going to be yet? Well, what do we be getting next? Okay. What? Um We might be getting an HBO Max series because HBO Max is reportedly nearing a deal to revive sex in the city as a limited Syriza's, so we're not going to get a movie. We're not going to get a season seven. But we are going to get a sex in the city something or other with Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon said. To reprise their roles is Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda. Okay, So I want to make a quick
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"You just. I watched it my wife and I watched it with our seventeen year old. And he sort of he's sort of a film bofill students not an official bill just a fireside. Student at Armchair. And he said. He loved it. It's a film noir, but it's technicolor. Man that. Actually made it crappier than if it was in black and white and very shadowy and I feel like. In some way, it's like Ryan Murphy saying. You know make America. Great. Again, this time our president keeps referring to.
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Rocco? Yeah, that's home. Small homes. So welcome back, Laurie. Oh, hi. I didn't know if that was like a little Gaudio bit. That was David reviewer Lie now the Let's hope that was me live all itwas. Oh, my gosh. That's kind of I guess. I'm relieved about that. Yeah, we missed you. You were gone for what? Three straight. The way feeling was gone forever. But it was only it was only five days. You know, but you were back. You teased us, and then you left. I did. I did this. I did. Striptease vacation. Rocco and I told Lori yesterday that you Mr so much that every time because she was gone during some of our games. They were all about you. Yeah, we made a missing Laurie singing. I'm honored. That was pretty fun. I'd be curious. If that happens. I'm just going to say no Miss you Well, today's category is about the Emmys, Emmy snobs. Because we had what the the nominations were announced yesterday. That's correct. What was your favorite snub from yesterday? Snob? Well, okay, I'm gonna say Sarah Paulson for Mrs America, meanest, say Reese Witherspoon, and I'm not going to say res Bob Odenkirk. And so it doesn't matter. It's all just looking. I never give my two Viola Davis for how to get away with murder. These questions are all about snubs from the past. You know, few years. You guys are big fans of sex in the city. Yet who is the on ly sex in the city actress to take home an Emmy for the show? Cynthia Nixon. Sgp thie only one I can see her in her dress too. They were there the very first year. Yeah. Alright. Let's talk about Seinfeld. All right. They had the Big four of Jerry Seinfeld. Jason really drive us Michael Richards. Between them. They had 24 nominations, but only four winds. Who of them will you drive us Julia Louis? Harry. Michael Richards, who's just keep naming them all day. He won three time. Can you talk a little louder? Rocco Pro myself. Thank you. We could barely hear you. It was like you were underwater with Madonna somewhere training Baxam sensitive, but Michael Richards won three times. Julia Louis Dreyfus one wants the other guys. Zero. Okay, that's kind of On an odd one isn't the same as it was. Yeah, I know. We've kind of cancelled him. But who have we cancelled? Michael Michael Richards. I even cancel them. I've forgotten about him. Well, there's there's a difference. Well, that's kind of an early cancellation. Yeah, I know. But I mean dio Laurie puts on hand sanitizer like it's lotion, You know, pump in here, and she just keeps rubbing on thinking it's going. It's dehydrating hands, not hydrating Lloyd. Okay. All right. Number three. And I guess what we have for a score here. Nothing did not, you know, it's never enough. Okay? Well, there was no joy in Cabot Cove 12 times from 1985 to 1996. Because the lady playing novelist Jessica Fletcher never wanted. That.
A Harrowing Colonoscopy
"You had your first homicide pins extra last week which I'm going to say was a glittering affair. Yes what you time you did. Proud is what I would say and make see the one listeners. Famous aprons are in so much agreement with the inbox has been overloaded with praise for you. Tell me darling and well the first one. I'm going to read it email. I'm GonNa read is from Jamie. He says his been touched by your colonoscopy story. So no wait till you hear about this so here we go from Jamie. Hi Folks Loving the podcast folks and the Bantu you have between you. I laughed at the colonoscopy stories. I remember my inexperienced back in my early twenty s like most young gay men. I was terrified of what was looking up there. I can trace. The day of the procedure arrived quickly after an exhausting day. Previous drinking four liters of toxic soap water. I didn't know how to do that. That seems weird. Maybe that was just his. I normally love sedation as well. But this day I drove to the hospital not realizing I owed requi- one and the nurse asking me who was collecting me after I. The nurse asked if anyone was clean after mid sedation. I wake up and also look up seeing my name on the TV. And the and of the doctor massaging my belly together camera to go round the Kink in my colon I subsequently asked where they recording it for me memorabilia. It's like when you get off a ride thought park which is a picture of you. GonNa Screen you. Can you can pay twenty quid to keep it. S post-recovery lamb bed dreaming of the Cavalry Dinner. I promised myself and thinking we will get to the hospital without someone collecting me. I'd go for soup after colonoscopy. Wouldn't you know two full for Hood Italy easier so that I can maybe smooth jam I jumped? I jumped up off wolfing. My tea and toast was dressed in waiting to navigate past the nurses station but I got caught my code. He's jailbreak matron came around the corner asking where I was going quickly replied looking down. The corridor pasta to random man shouted coo mark then shuffling by the desk in towards the man saying this random person was my brother. The nurse I kept going never looks back so he escaped under anaesthetic with a stranger. He had just pretended he needed a stranger and then used him to get past the Matrix. Next up was the crossing of the Joe Carry Trae. He's still going through the Capri here. Of course the joke carries driving in my head. He's on the run but you're right. You're right. He's probably driving a Jew carriageway to Knicks Crossing of cash. Way To get food in a local pub which I would hope to sober me up enough to drive post anesthetic to drive. Oh my well. Needless to say I am alive today. He says well. I think we should say we did not. We are laughing at this story but we absolutely do not command this gentleman for being so close with his hail. Colonoscopy sources of anecdotes for podcasts own colonoscopy is for life not for Christmas I feel a lot feels appropriate here Jamie says I would love to leave review but alas I do not use apple well okay. What do t shirt for you? Then I'd have to say I didn't wasn't much praised for me in that it was all about.
Homo Sapiens Q&A
"To this is from a woman Jay will us? What do my fiance and I do about people telling us the right way to make a family. Tell him to fuck off. Yeah I mean just imagine that people getting up in their stuff about should they adopt? Should they do surrogacy should they? I think they should listen. But when it comes to the point when this be annoyed she obviously is tell them it's their business and a. I mean what the hell. Where do people get off topic too? Yeah I couldn't agree more. I think that's just dreadful. Do you know do you not my dad said to me when I said my dad got arrested. So lovely man. Lovely man said I said to Moses going to have children with my husband William and he went. What like Elton John? An ice lead. No just like people all right we. Should we do one more? Do One more these next questions does your great thanks so much. That wasn't really a question. Okay here's another question from s Who is a woman? She says that she she feels weird to tell people that. She doesn't conform to the Normative society thoughts is really interesting this because so when at Christmas I was. I seem to be the elected educated to my wider family. On what gender politics is. Let's say queer politics you know. People are going to be two darling white. They want to be called they. What what is this all about? It's all opening up right now. And Sam Smith who has been on this book us and we adore. I love about them is. They have said that they're going to be Miss Gender for the rest of their life. And that's okay and I thought that was quite sweet. That's nice. They said the on an interview. Eight and also this fluidity of all I think is and also what is plan sexual or these severe. There's a lot I think the thing is. It's a lot for people to deal with. Especially if you're not coming into contact with people who are out of those things so I might thing is don't feel weird about it just present. How you you know. I think any in any situation. It's okay to ask to be thought of to described. And if that's how you want then people should respect that they respect that most of their attitudes of ood can't keep up like you. I know people who've things what I'm not allowed to Oriental. No I can't keep up is Asian. Know terrible things that but that is a very common sort of attitude. These things change so quickly and we come up. The thing was thing is they do change quickly. Sometimes you just have to ask and if someone asks you to refer to them or think of them in a certain way then. That's just respectful to do that yet. And if you are feeling you want to define how you are referred to. I always feel like Kinda need to just double roughly double the amount of time. You think it's going to take to get that across to people you know you do have to invest time and explaining because it is. It's a journey for them as well Jennifer them and it is an is confusing and people on the whole are actually very willing to be respectful just often. They make strange mistakes when they fill on the back foot and they didn't what say. Yeah you know to me so I think it's like practice test. It's a test and if you explain it to someone in very very basic way and still. They're not respecting you. Then that's a problem often. I think people will be but does I think what s is asking about. Just hard feeling that she doesn't she's not kind of conforming to hiring. That feels her just kind of going out into the world and saying hey you know what I don't I don't feel particularly like you and that must I mean I guess it depends on the circumstances you find yourself in. I I think we are in the in the show Lucky in that those sorts of things are usually much more easy for us. What it's like if you're in a bank or something and you want to see you don't feel no so I think the thing is keeping yourself in a closet or in a ghetto is only going to make you feel
New Hampshire Primary Election Results 2020
"Let's return now to the results of the New Hampshire primary key win for Bernie Sanders terrible night for Joe Biden. The first one either while while sound is is so far at least winning the race for Democrats supporters can he convert that into the wider political appeal that he would need to defeat. Donald Trump in November. Joining me to discuss that and some of the day's other top stories are Vincent Vinny. UK correspondent for Euronews and political analyst and former BBC political correspondent. Kara okay. I'm carol normally. If you label anybody in American politics anything in American politics a socialist you might as well call them Communists Ernest. It's it's it's completely fatal and you can see candidate sanders going up against trump and socialists. Being about the only thing Donald Trump says for the next six months absolutely Leeann I think socialism socialist does have different connotations in the United States. It's still something where Donald Trump can successfully whip hop certainly a part part of the American electorate against him. I think what's interesting here is that yes last night was a good night for Bernie Saunders. But he was only a fraction ahead of Pete. Booty judge and we've seen Amy Klobuchar also showing very strongly. There's quite a long way to go in this race Bernie Sanders. This is in many ways. The Jeremy Corbyn of American politics. He's got this very powerful loyal. Fan Base significant pecan grassroots support activists who go out there and campaign for him but he's a very divisive figure. He's divisive even within the Democratic Party. And as I think you suggested that there are many even within the Democratic Movement who think that he is just too left-wing to socialist too radical to win over the number of votes the center ground to win votes back from Donald Trump. I mean Vincent. Those I had some voters being interviewed yesterday. Who Democrats who said? Look if it's if it's Bernie. We're not GONNA win. You might as well not even have the election because trump's in trump's GonNa win the election is there that sense and I suppose there is a parallel here to something we'll discuss later in the Labor Party in the UK. The sounders does very well with activists goes very well with committee diehard Democrats who are going to vote Democrat anyway but it's that question of whether he can win over those voters in the middle the ones who voted for a bomb but then voted not for trump as a two things on this. The first is yeah. There's obvious parallel with Jeremy copen hip. There's an obvious parallel with Donald Trump. Someone who wasn't a Republican came in as the fringe is candidate managed to get a strong movement behind him that really supports them then took over the party. And we're seeing the same thing with Bernie Saunders in. He has this movement that he carried forward Ford from the last election. He never ready suspended parts of his campaign the going through the last couple of years and now he is. He's still registered for the next senatorial race as an independent not even as a Democrat. And so he's coming. He's reregistered as Democrats run. He is running away with it. In these first two states and for the other candidates you know De de Joe Biden is basically what Bush was last time round. You Know Jeb. Bush even brought his. You know his brother former two-time president his dad on board the campaign and still couldn't make a breakthrough so we're seeing that same thing with Joe Biden. We'll see whether he he's GonNa Mention Obama even more in the build up to South Carolina but really now he is pretty much out of this this and if the Democrats want to get moderate candidate will clover shirt. You've got Warren. You've got pete. They and Bloomberg is well. Of course it's not forget they now need to pick one one of them and the others need to fall away. Otherwise they're going to be so split that Bernie Sanders is going to run away with this and the second thing to say is there is an ugly side to the Sanders Campaign Ryan as well. We saw it again. Last night. Cynthia Nixon the actress from sex in the city who try to become New Yorker Governor recently and is now a Bernie supporters. She had to shut down a crowd out who booed when Hillary Clinton's name was mentioned. And we're seeing there. Is this kind of vindictive side and Bernie's campaign the Bernie Bros.. Who are turning off mainstream even Democrats so it remains to be seen if Bernie can bring parties together because there are people unhappy with his conduct? The last election in Calvin mentioned some of the sort of people seen seen as the middle ground candidates. The aim Who did very well yesterday? But he's done well in in both the people around him seem to be trying to frame him now now as twenty twenty s version of Obama as the outside of that no one had heard of. Who's going to storm through the race? But I mean is he is he. Is he in Alabama a Buddha Jiji. You're talking about now. We'll look. He has clearly got charisma. He's young Buddy lacks experience I think it's very difficult to see how he could win over those saunders supporters. Just as. It's very difficult indeed to see. How Bernie Ernie Saunders can win over those that larger number of motors? I think what's interesting if you look at what happened last night Saunders was the victor there were about a third of the votes went to Saunders Elizabeth Warren on the more radical wing of the party more than half went to the others who more or less centrist. But as Vincent was pointing out They've got to make up their minds. Because if that memorial memorial vote is split between several different candidates Then there is a strong possibility that saunders come through the middle. I think we do have to watch out for Michael Bloomberg Berg who has fought this rather on docks campaign of skipping housed on all these primaries but his spending he spent since the beginning of the year more than three hundred million dollars on advertising and advertising campaign. That's getting through too much larger numbers than and these political events which perhaps only capture a small amount of the electorate now. He's a bit of an unknown quantity But he we'll certainly feel looking at the fact that there's no other really clear front runner at the moment that he still has to be in there with Jones. Obviously we will learn more. We we get to Super Tuesday at the beginning of March not may well be the death knell for Joe Biden. If he's not able to to to get anywhere but we never parallels British and American politics and in the general election in the UK. Back in December. You bumped into people said the choice I've been given is a hard right conservative government or hard left Labor government Vote is actually. Don't feel they sit in the middle in the end of the vote is did break left him right pretty much consistently if you go through that in America if it sounded Zondo's trump then what happens to those middle ground. American voters is the reason. No third party candidate has ever done anything other than screw up the mathematics the electoral college so presumably they all just going to have to pick a side. Yeah people always you know early on campaign people worried about Tulsi Gabbard splitting the Democrat. Vote but but I think just to go back on one part of your question. A we call Joe Biden now on one thing is that he polls extraordinary high with black voters and has ninety-nine percent name recognition in America. When we get to the next one which is South Carolina very You know African American state. He might surge ahead that it was interesting that he actually. He left New Hampshire last night before the result and he had a rally in South Carolina and then with Super Tuesday much more diverse state. So he could pull stuff back Because because you know Pete Bootleg does very poorly with black voters. Amy Club shells also good issues as a time as a lawyer in in terms of criminal issues that she prosecuted And so do you know. It's not absolutely so not yet but yeah it is for a lot of people. You Know Bernie. Democrats will have the same problem that Republicans had with trump. Is it. Do you just hold your nose and vote for him can burn. He put through a message of we have to get trump out which is what Joe Biden has been trying to do. You might not think I've got all these you know snazzy new policies but I'm just the take back the soul of America get trump out and what what the camp has to do behind Bernie is to really say say you know you have to hold your nose and vote for him just to get trump out but his policies and particularly an attack. I heard last night. The hadn't heard before with Bernie is you know. He took his honeymoon in the. US are before the Iron Curtain fell now in America that is going to play so bad and I think we're going to hear a lot more about that in the next couple couple of weeks
Understanding Obesity Among Native American Populations
"What can getting curious this jonathan ben us so excited to welcome our guest this week dr brittany chocolate. Welcome thank you so much. I'm very happy to be here so i'm so excited to have you <hes> and tell me you are dr. Your doctorate is in public health and social behavioral interventions which is so interesting testing and also i see that we have a gorgeous middle name that i wanna know more about yes so my mohawk name is wanna sell your sta and that means and she makes the day beautiful full translation. Thank you often named around the events that happened on your your the day of your birth or things like that that so yeah very lucky so you are a doctor of public health and you're also part of the i say mohawk try. I'm from queens us now which is a reservation in upstate new york so shout out to aqua sna which we love and you've you've taken your cultural heritage in europe pearling into your life's work which is so cool yeah thank you an amazing and i just want to say <hes> before we get too far into our interview that i want to acknowledge that we're on the traditional territory of donna elena leonova people and i want to acknowledge their ancestors and people <hes> the past president future and an acknowledged that we're on their land and you know benefiting and surviving on this land and from the waters in this area so sending my thanks to them love that thank you so ver you growing up. Where did you grow up so i grew up in upstate new york. Yeah fears on the on the questionnaire reservation so what was that like <hes> so for me. You know why i got interested in <hes> obesity and chronic disease prevention is <hes>. There's a lot of <hes> <hes> there's a lot of obesity and chronic disease due to our history right so there's been a long history. <hes> you know hundreds of years of food disruption gin and <hes> policy is that have affected our access to healthy foods in our traditional food systems <hes> so i really got interested because you know i could see that <hes> <hes> you know growing up that education wasn't all that is important for obesity. I think that is often what is emphasized right but <hes> also we need to think think about access to healthy foods are healthy foods affordable are they close by and that's that's definitely a struggle and a lot of rural communities across the u._s. Especially true i know of like i learned i interviewed <hes> cynthia nixon when she was running for governor and telling me about like buffalo and syracuse news and just a lot of places like rural upstate new york that have like really severe issues with poverty specifically which like you wouldn't think of considering that new york city has like so much wealth and there's so much like an abundance of wealth and you you just wouldn't think of there being like people having issues with getting access to food food in this place right yeah so but i think that it's really beautiful that you coming from your culture. Took this interest and took this initiative in your life and your profession. I think it's so cool thank you but i also think you know it's like when you think about like the cultural pain body right like oppression yeah yeah indigenous people have how do i see that as a white person correctly like edged a person like how do we say like what is the appropriate appropriate thick indigenous people of yeah so it's a very good question so commonly people ask you know what's the appropriate term is at native american or american in indian indigenous people you know it's very confusing and to over generalize. You know american indian is less and less the preferred term. Unfortunately we still have to use it quite often because that's a census term. I'm so it's really institutionalized but <hes> a lot of native people find that to be kind of an offensive term so more in general i would say more people tend to prefer native american or indigenous people since you know. That's the the term american indian. I'm sure you're aware comes from you. Know columbus was lost basically and he found himself here and so he dubbed us american indians and that's where that comes from from so do really a complete miss misnomer. You know so it's it's just completely inaccurate but i have to acknowledge that i think the best thing to do is to ask people. <hes> you know what tribe they are and ask them you know what they would prefer to be called and so i i would prefer native american or indigenous person <hes> rather than then american indian. Yeah sure yeah but i you know i understand. It's also a complex topic and it's always better to ask and i also think that just like a lot of people will don't literally don't know like in my in my hometown greg. Come from like i don't i wasn't i didn't get the honor of getting i mean it. It was just a very small amount of diversity in my hometown like so. I think that there's a lot of unawareness which is so much of the issue right but when i think think about you know what the but the cultural pain body is of native americans it is really just intolerably taller ably off all like what what what people have been through but when you think about like from a food disruption standpoint ora lee but there are so many things does that lead into that food disruption so a lot of the work around traditional food systems is looking at well why do people move away from their traditional food systems and some of the reasons why they are around environmental contamination reduce cultural transmission to youth and that is a huge factor. A determinant of health for indigenous people is in the u._s. and in canada residential and boarding schools were a big part of you know taking away our culture and systematically clearly so i'm not sure how much you're aware of that but you know in terms of generally the boarding schools <hes> essentially forced indigenous people to indigenous and his children to go far far away from from their lands toe to these schools where the the explicit purpose was to kill the indian save the man dan and so it was to completely rid people of the children of their culture and not only that they were undernourished they were often abused <hes> and and so it has had a profound impact but i also want to reiterate that you know we're very strong. People and you know despite these issues is that we continue to thrive and still hang onto our culture. It's just amazing so there's both right. It's <hes> acknowledging that troubled history and especially for a boarding schools because you know other countries like canada and australia <hes> they have. The government has issued an official apology for that in their role in in the boarding school in residential schools but that hasn't happened in the u._s. It it was done informally by the obama administration about two thousand thousand eight and it was kind of like hidden away so people don't talk about like yeah super publicly right and one thing. I think it's important when when people are looking at current contemporary indigenous issues whether their health issues are not that we need to put these issues into context right so there's hundreds of years and i think one of the most it's important things is that i think people need to really educate themselves and unfortunately people don't learn about this history and in their education system right so it really means that that people need to get curious about digits history because that is really american history and i you know one of the interesting things about my tribe is i think it's really really surprising because i come from people that have had a profound impact on this country and i think it's true for indigenous people across the country but <hes> i i'm from <hes> mohawk nation right but we're part of a confederacy called the hunter schone confederacy or also called iroquois confederacy and so we've had a big impact in terms of the u._s. Constitution on being the inspiration for that the american revolution and even feminism and lacrosse that came from our tribes so it's really a profound the impact and i think there's so much you know depth of <hes> area for people to explore so i wanted to ask the ah gorgeous try that we gave things to acknowledge when we first started because this is their native land yes are they like are they in that same solar different distinct tribe tribe so actually that's a really good question. I think there's really a diverse number of tribes <hes> so just for example <hes> so in the u._s. There are i five hundred seventy three federally recognized tribes in the u._s. And each of these tribes is very distinct history culture language <hes> so yeah we're so <hes> you you know the the mohawk people and the hunter schone confederacy where throughout a lot of new york state but the low pay people were separate from us yeah interest at different tribe yeah so five hundred seventy three federally recognized tribes so i don't know as much as i should. I want to know more <hes> because this is america and it is american history and <hes>. I think that it is i mean it's literally genocide like his one thing that i learned from our episode on getting curious about the armenian genocide is that typically what governments do when they commit genocide is it's about forced assimilation. It's about removing in culture. It's about removing history. It's about separating generations. It's about and then once all done then. They denied that ever happen so i'm not surprised that i i didn't learn about these schools and not surprised as a child. I was learned that like the indians and the pilgrims like all got along like a gorgeous dinner and that was all there was to and like everyone lived happily ever after after right so but i wanna. I didn't even know that schools existed so please give us give us give us a crash course on that please. So in in terms of the schools will just in terms of what essentially happened. I mean native americans were like literally here like cultivating the earth or culture meeting like this served like living their lives like and then we came here and we literally like oppressed removed from their land force people into schools right like forces simulation asian upon people like all through the eighteen hundreds yeah and just to be super clear because my training and expertise in public health you know i'm not history albert perfect of course because this is an important determinant of health it can of course be able to give you some highlights so in terms of the residential or boarding schools <hes> native american children were forced to attend these schools sometimes hundreds of miles away and they often experienced physical sexual emotional abuse <hes> and completely undernourished there were several reports done in the nineteen twenties and the nineteen sixties that <hes> you know were saying how horrible the conditions since where there are basically you know doing labor it wasn't even education and the idea was i mean the <hes> purpose they were saying it was education but but these reports were saying you know this has nothing to do with education. It was highly militarized. <hes> in terms of making students stand in line and <hes> be very strict discipline <hes> so if children were speaking their language they were often <hes> you know severely punished <hes> they. They and i think what's really important. Is that these these experiences have had broad impacts rate so if you're if you have to go <music> hundreds of miles away from your family that means that there's so many impacts on that right but when it comes to even obesity are like food systems systems or being able to eat healthy which are traditional food systems were very healthy. They are sustainable. They were local of course <hes> so but the way that our education education systems worked was intergenerational right so learning and doing these activities with your family with your community and tribe so if they are going away that means means they can't they can't learn how to participate in the food system how to go fishing how to hunt buffalo how to grow the three sisters corn beans and rice. Sorry corn where'd beans and squash so squash corn beans. Those are the three sisters so that's the staple foods from my tribe in a lot of tribes in this area and and they they grow interdependently <hes> so they are grown together so there are are staple foods so this really has just profound impacts than i think. People don't understand <hes> you know this. These boarding schools aren't operating between the eighteen seventy s till as late as the nineteen eighties so it's really not that long ago what the nineteen eighties yeah and so this is like this directly. Actually we have sick a really quick break. It
Icy Room Temperatures May Chill Productivity
"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd yada, a few years ago, scientists determine that our thermostats are sexist namely. That office. Climates had been optimized for a hypothetical room full of forty year old hundred fifty pound men using standards developed more than fifty years ago, and that ends up leaving a lot of women in the cold, call the ballot thermostat, right? Tom Chang, a behavioral economists at the USC Marshall school of business, he says, it goes beyond comfort for women. It seems that it's not just a matter of comfort. But it also affects their productivity Chang, and his colleague tested that link between temperature and performance by quizzing five hundred forty three German students on basic addition skills, and word scrambles in rooms that varied from sixty to ninety degrees Fahrenheit. And if you went from, let's say, the low sixties to the mid seventies, you saw an increase in female performance of almost fifteen percent, one five not five zero which I found. Markedly large as much larger than I had expected the effects tapered off after the mid seventies. But men on the other hand had a small decrease in performance about three percent as temperatures rose to the mid seventies, the results are in the journal plus one and there's a chance. These findings might explain things like disparities test scores on the SAT the longstanding gap in performance between high school boys and high school girls on the map portion of the SAT's approximately four percent. So given the effect size refinding. That's three degrees. Difference in indoor temperature still, he says, I wouldn't go running off writing policy off of one study. But it seems Cynthia Nixon had the thermostat dialed in just right last year. The actor turned politician was preparing to debate Andrew Cuomo as vita for the democratic nomination for New York state, governor debate venues are usually kept pretty chilly. But she requested a more balmy. And perhaps cognitively friendly, Seventy-six degrees. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata.
Amazon opts out of building New York City headquarters
"This whole story of Amazon not coming to New York City. Is this going to end up blamed on Alexandria, Cossio Cortez? Well, her and and every other far left democrat Laker. Yes. And so Amazon announced today that it is backing out of plans to open up the new headquarters the HQ to New York City. They blamed local politicians who had opposed our presence and will not work with us. That's what they said in the announcement today. So they'd set back in December. They were going to be building their twenty five thousand employees. We're going to be there. Some of them would be brought in from other places. Of course, it's not twenty five thousand people in that one neighborhood. Suddenly now have jobs, but still twenty five thousand employees. That's that ain't bad thing about all the cities that were rolling out the red carpet plea, Amazon and Amazon was getting a lot in return. Even to the point where I don't think you have to be an Alexandria, Cossio Cortez type person politically to say, boy, you're giving up a lot to Amazon to build there. It was three billion dollars in state and city incentives. So I get some of the pushback to that. And I agree with some of the push back to that. That's a lot of money to give away for twenty five thousand jobs. Oh, yeah. I mean, you're talking about the mayor. Yeah. Please. This guy can't associate his way out of a paper bag. So they have now pulled out. This will not affect what they were there. The hubs that they were building in northern Virginia to Nashville, but they are going to focus on growth in those places now because those places have welcomed them with open arms. So they blame local politicians including Cynthia Nixon the chick from sex and the city who ran for office last year. Red for governor. I guess the democratic primary. She said this is good. She wrote a man the fight against Amazon laid bare their union busting corporate welfare ice of betting practices. Ed shows why we need to break up monopolies like Amazon. So they have something in common with Trump. They don't like Amazon. That's right. Exactly. Yeah. Who does like Amazon Beverly uses Amazon. I know it's it's the Facebook thing. Right. It's gotten so big. How can you not use it people hate it? But it's like, oh, it's convenient now. Now Amazon said there was a seventy percent approval in New York City of for this project. And it just depends on what polls you look at. But on average it looks like about it was more than half fifty six percent of New Yorkers wanted. This to be here wanted this to be there. I mean, the Richard picks influence people one way or another. That was earlier this week. They said, yes, a majority of New Yorkers like this business. You're getting there. That's twenty five thousand jobs. It's a good thing. But the Alexandro Cossio Cortez's of the world chase them away. And they said fine. We'll take our
Primary Post-Mortem with Top Cynthia Nixon Strategist
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper
"So I wanna move on. You endorsed progressive candidate Cynthia Nixon in the democratic primary for governor of New York. She lost on Thursday to governor Andrew Cuomo by a whopping thirty one points. Now I know progressive candidates have had plenty of other victories including yours, but governor Cuomo said that your progressive wave was quote, not even a ripple. He called your primary win a quote fluke. And he asked on Friday quote, where was that effect yesterday? What's your response to governor Cuomo? Well, I mean, I always take a, you know, I'm always down to to go toe-to-toe sometimes, but I think. That's what when you actually look at the numbers that we focused on every single down ballot progressive candidate in my district, New York, fourteen one New York had a profound tied titled change really in the Democratic Party one out of every five. Democratic senators got replaced on Thursday night and the path to eliminating the IDC was through New York fourteen in my district. So I'm proud to say that every single locally endorsed candidate that we mobilize for one our election. Cynthia Nixon, did a phenomenal job. Thirty points, right? Right. But we focused on our local Kansas and we focused on the legislatures. But you know, I think that what she did was that she her to a lot of phenomenal issue. She sent her racial Justice. She centered criminal Justice reform. She sent her the legalization of marijuana, single payer healthcare, and a lot of down ballot candidates benefited from that. And what I also look forward to moving forward is us rallying behind.
Christopher Davis, Governor Cuomo and New York discussed on Buck Sexton
"Police collision reconstruction unit Albany county sheriff's investigating fatal car crash Thursday night a ton of Knox county sheriff Craig apple says vehicle driven by twenty two year old Christopher Davis of Alabama traveling at a high rate of speed on BB wrote about eleven thirty car if the roadway at Knox gal Ville road struck several
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"I I don't want to toot my own horn. I don't know if I said this on air yesterday, but what I say it was going to be sixty five thirty five. It was sixty five point six to thirty four point four. So toot toot toot toot. But that's not the interesting thing about this at all. What's interesting is Cynthia Nixon? Got over a almost one hundred and fifty thousand more votes. In losing to Andrew Cuomo than Andrew Cuomo got one. He won in two thousand fourteen. In two thousand fourteen Andrew Cuomo beat zephyr teach out. In a similar spread. She got thirty four point, three percent of the vote. Cuomo got sixty five point. Seven percent of the vote. Maybe a little less actually. But he got three hundred and thirty thousand votes. She had one hundred and eighty two thousand. Cynthia Nixon. Got five hundred. Twelve thousand votes. She almost got more than everybody who voted last time. That's how many people came out to vote in this election and. Sadly, Jimani Williams lost. And Tisch James. My second choice zephyr teach out lost and we'll talk a little bit about that. There's some some people theorize that this sort of new democrat style. Congressman jumped into the race as a way of taking votes away from zephyr teach out upstate in, which is exactly what happened. But. The the big news is though, is that members of a. Ah, caucus that would caucus with the Republicans. The IDC. Six out of eight of them lost and. Some to DASA folks like Salazar some to just progressive Democrats, but. The IDC was not even operative anymore largely, I think because of Cynthia Nixon. And yet they still lost relative to two thousand fourteen when they were operative and they all one. So there's definitely obviously something brewing here and we'll talk more about that with with Ben Dixon. But here is an let me just say why. I think. I'm not the only person who thinks that Cynthia Nixon was in large part responsible. Obviously when AFC one that created a lot of energy around these races. But Cynthia Nixon was educating people. I went to a like a house party type of function where she's speaking to people in someone's apartment. And I think it was the first one that she ever did. Or at least as far as I know, and. The top three or four issue she talked about were decriminalizing. Marijuana was getting rid of the IDC. And. Maybe a couple of other smaller issues. And shortly after she did that Cuomo changed stance on both of those things. By the time I saw her two months ago or month ago, there wasn't as many issues for her to land on because he hit already addressed those. So governor Nixon was very successful in that regard. I am not the only person who believes that. I think this is about a week ago maybe a couple of days ago. This was a week ago now, no Tuesday of this week. I think it was. Allesandra Biagio. She is a lawyer worked for a Hillary Clinton in sixteen and in Cuomo's counsel's office ran against Jeff Klein. He was the. The leader of the IDC. And she said the following the moment that Cynthia got into the race. It helped my campaign because she started talking about the IDC almost incessantly. She said every day the IDC the IDC the IDC and for people didn't know what it was. It gave them the education about what had been going on. I'll tell you. There is no doubt the number of people who are aware of the IDC just went through the roof because of Cynthia Nixon. Bring it to the four. I mean, it got some attention in October. There was a campaign that was waged. They used ED Falco, but really Cynthia Nixon was the one who crystallized this, and I would see it at this house parties. People were just like what the ID, what house that legal. How's that possible? So it's a big win even in loss. And this goes to what I think we were saying when they referred to it as the blogosphere. There is value in waging fights and losing. Here is Cynthia Nixon with her concession speech last night in New York. Not only coming for Republicans. It is coming for Democrats to like them..
Cynthia Nixon Loses Democratic Primary for New York Governor
"NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Water rescues are ongoing this morning and parts of North Carolina where hurricane Florence has come ashore it made landfall near rights Phil beach, not far from Wilmington as a category. One storm in new Bern north of Wilmington more than one hundred people have been rescued from their homes. Some from rooftops because of heavy rains and storm. Search gene Hodges is the assistant manager of craven county had a mandatory evacuation was it. If you do decide to stay. We can't promise you that. We will be able to respond to you. So we tried to make that abundantly clear. We're trying to best to to help as many people as we can more than one and a half million people were told to evacuate ahead of Florence in the Carolinas and Virginia
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"New York Daily News, Ken good morning where you up all night as well. Yeah. On about to our sweep, although you've just got me really hungry with that last. You gotta go next next time you come in the area, and we're around we should all go. You will just flip. It's great. It's it's Brooklyn Phineas and one of the best in the country for sure I don't mean to make you salivate. So so see I said I said can I said Cynthia Nixon is going on my gosh, what's going to happen. Look what does effort teach out did years prior governor Cuomo just crushed it last night like it or not correct? In. Absolutely. I mean, Cynthia Nixon. But she had a kind of name recognition. Got so much attention. Teach. I got half the media attention four years ago. It might have been a close away. But in looking squander couldn't deliver anything more than teachable, which will she delivered the Cuomo. But that's all and and that's the governor. Money. With lots of ads and it worked. Hey, let's kin eighteen million dollars as opposed to Cynthia Nixon one plus million governor spent eighteen million on this primary. The governor getting part of it was simply him. Yes. He wants campaign finance reform, and she wouldn't take corporate money. She wouldn't take a lot of money. She wanted to focus up small donations. The problem you still need money to win a wide campaign. We saw a lot of progressives win particularly in the state Senate races. But it's a different animal when you're running statewide that last night because not only did the governor win. But so did his Lieutenant governor Kathy Hokuto over to Monte. And so did the city public advocate who ran for county kennel? She was a four way primary and keeping them professor. And and teach out was I mean certain ticket, but it's harder to do statewide. When it is. You know, you've got more moderate, a conservative Democrats, both in the suburbs at upstate and mixing in particular didn't even attempt to expand her base the sequel to an echo chamber to the people who support her and didn't pick up anyone else. And when when will we know of Cynthia Nixon staying on the ballot as a candidate of the working families party? I will take the next couple of days. My guess is she will live. I. So they're going to have to both grit their teeth both the governor and the work party and yet again to a shotgun marriage. So to speak where neither of them really like each other. But for Cuomo. He doesn't want to give up the votes that would come from. We'll beat the birds that only helps for Republican challenger for the working families party. We not only don't want to play spoiler. But they need fifty thousand votes to to remain a party for the next four years. Yeah. Ken love it. You know? I love the Tisch James. She's a great guy. Very smart cow love her energy. And she went in man. But you got another guy on the Republican side in November Keith Wolford going up against her for the what? What does that race? Look like, a will will New York can just go. You know, they go pathologically democrat is that what's going to happen. I think that's what's gonna happen unless something really changes because you gotta look at, you know, first of all when the era of Trump Yorkers, you know, Trump people is home state is not popular in New York. Popular pockets of York. But overall, he's not popular New York on top of that the Republican party to state Republican party has not elected a statewide candidates tacky won a third term as governor in two thousand two and they have an elected Republican attorney general. Not long before can uphill battle. Now, they'll be the first one to admit at the people on their campaigns. But what they're going to hope to do is put themselves in a position where if lightning strikes, if there's a major gap maker scandal that they can then take advantage of it could be really hard and they recognize it. Yeah. Now, Mark Mullen EROs doing a good job. Great on his feet, great at the podium seems like a great candidate for the Republicans go up against Andrew Cuomo. What what are the odds of this guy, you know, making headway in this governor's race? The same will have a lot of issues he's gonna point to. But I really do believe that for Cuomo his toughest race. This year will have been the primary. Well, now, he gets to Cuomo just a pack. Right. We are rolling. He's going to attack Molinaro as many me. And that's all you're going to hear come. Come. Trump did work in the in the primary. Where he just talked about the opposition to Trump. And now he's gonna say what the Republicans are trying to carry Trump's agenda. Right. And he's going to have a lot of money to put all saying the same thing. How do you go? We'll let you go. Can I know it's been a long night. And thank you so much. Why an over here? He is anti Trump. I haven't heard one initiative debris jobs, upstate New York. I mean, how does just go. Okay. It's anti Trump. Okay. We'll vote for that. Maybe it's historical. What happens after presidents in for a couple of years? I think it happened with Obama. But I mean, the why what about jobs what about jobs, he can you help me out here where you are are any jobs or any businesses coming for in manufacturing jobs and upstate New York. And all at this point. I'm in the governor will say that New York has it all time high on private sector jobs. How argue that upstate unemployment is down to down dramatically 'cause he took office. But a big part of that isn't because people found jobs, it's because they stopped the whistle and fell off the roles, maybe the move data or or they just aren't in the system anymore. So that is a big issue. But let's face. It is the dog Amir city. Just doesn't have enough votes to counter, that's so savvy. I can't listen. Thanks may get some you're gonna get some rest today. Are you able to do that? Right back. Get get the half hour. Kevin love it. Always. Appreciate you. Joining us, my friend. Thanks so much any time. Be well. Yeah. Man. We'll talk to you Soon Kit. Love it's the Albany bureau chief for the new York Daily News six fifty one Debbie's out there. No sleep sleeper. Debbie. Worth it. Oh, it's such a great time. And it.
Manafort reaches tentative deal to avoid second trial, sources say
"Tell ABC news that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has tended agreed to a plea deal with special counsel, Robert Muller, a one that'll head off his upcoming trial. It's not clear whether Paul metaphor will cooperate. It with the Russian investigation or perhaps offer evidence that could implicate the president sources telling ABC only that manafort's lawyers and prosecutors made a plea deal that would avoid his second trial scheduled next week. Another federal jury's already convicted Manafort on a number of Bank and tax charges. President Trump is publicly praised his former campaign chairman, and he could choose to pardon him.
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"All the beltline stuff. Everything Cuomo's done frankly, is to get unions scare unions w fee right saying you're with me. You're not with Cynthia Nixon. W. p. as as a reaction has at the moment become less labour, organizing force and more of a kind of progressive. You know, gene McCarthy campaign Styler guys force. So it's actually it's it's pulling up at the moment, but he's trying to undermine it for all time by winning this election decisively. All right. So let's so that's it for New York and people should hopefully will be, you know, we have a lot of New York listeners obviously will be going out and voting. Let's just move. Just give us a slight preview in terms of what you've started to see as you travel around the country because it feels to me like you're constantly traveling around the country. What what are you seeing like? There's definitely it feels to me like we're seeing in spa in specific places where you're seeing. Progressives, the left of the party DASA winning in spot areas, you know, obviously, and talk about that and also talk about what are now that we have basically got all the federal primaries done. What are Democrats running for congress? What are they running on. That part's easy. They're running almost entirely on healthcare may not. It's one of my one of my beast rank with the people who do not know you only travel around the country expensive and it takes a lot of time and maybe a dog or kid you wanna take care of. You don't need to keep travelling. If you just watch the ED's Canas hands are putting out there watch on YouTube or the campaign sites. Democrats, you're talking all the time about healthcare a little bit about corruption. So I mean, the extent don't Trump comes up. It's Donald Trump and Republicans tried to take away your healthcare that tried to screw you. If you have a pre condition, it cetera, et cetera. Good for the democrat. I mean, there's an ad today that's going around by elicits locking who is not the most left wing candidate could've run in this district. It's kind of round Lansing, Michigan that her sixty. Second Ed is about how her mother had had cancer understood the importance of healthcare. She decide to run after tried to repeal the ACA. I've seen ads of that flavor everywhere I've gone, and so they'll still talk a little bit about quoting Trump accountable, but there little bit scared her own shadows here don't want to be used of being the impeachment party. Maybe that's why it isn't. What's more striking is that Republicans are kind of running against every democrat, like they're crazy left-wing. Pelosi Colona, whatever until you want us. Something I've ever Stu is running everybody on Medicare for all of framing as the demo democrat wants Medicare for all, which would kick your your grandma off insurance. You know, Trump said the other day choice between Medicare socialism. They're doing that more and they're also doing it. People who were not actually four Medicare for all, started against candid to explicitly said they want like a Medicare public option in and the ad will say they want destroy Medicare. So there's a lot more. I mean, which party is more frenzied, say the Republicans kinda scraping for a message to. A constant knock on Democrats is knows your messages where talking about this one, the cancer has all the time and everything they talked about a lot is the, you know, this kind of ridiculous lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act saying that because the mandate has been undone by one text Bill, the whole law should be destroyed actually ridiculous. I'm quoting libertarian attorneys sued. They're talking about that all the time to, you know, maybe not every low, the better deal playing, they have the collection of policy ideas..
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Only you would know that. Only you would know. So no vice presidents to die. There who is that. And you could win that twenty five dollar gift card from Modell's. And and then you could be eligible for that great new eve said everybody talks about coaches coaches ballroom, you know, more than I know about jersey trivia, I'm Tanya. How could you do you like read this love Staten Island? I'm very interested in learning. More about it and lived there my whole life and always was a sponge for Staten Island information. There was young gala ground zero yesterday. She was working for the nine eleven. You know memorial there, what some pens for you guys to stay. And then she goes we make a donation. So I made a donation, and then they give you little and it's nice. And I said, oh, you New Yorkers. Yeah. And I said we from from Brooklyn, and she goes most of my family's are Staten Island. I say isn't that isn't that the run she was young kid on Staten Island, Brooklyn? And then I said, you know, they're all gonna end up in New Jersey. And then she goes, then the Florida they go Florida, you're going to go to and I know you're listening to Florida. We love you for that. I don't know that I'll ever make that move down in Florida. You know, good. No. Well, I, you know, I think you're right. I mean, the unfortunate reality is a lot of people can't afford to live in states, like New York and New Jersey just because the the cost of living exorbitant and not only just the cost of buying a house and living in a house rental crazy here. But then you talk about the taxes that you have to pay. And then you talk about the cost of dying. If you got New Jersey's the only state in the world that has both a state inheritance tax and a state a state tax, and that's on top of whatever the federal government does. So I mean, if you want to leave anything to your kids you really can't afford to die in New York, New jersey. Yeah. The government attempted to fix that. But it comes in and goes, but you know, what this is what's interesting to me have progressive socialist communist money like. Andrew Cuomo and Cynthia Nixon, right? So the and they're going to like this this socialist communist base of the of the Democratic Party. So, but that's exactly right. What about the rate of the people? What about the people that one? What about the homeless people? They never they have not addressed one issue that affects the middle class when you walk down the street, and I see I feel so bad. I've never seen Moore homeless in New York, by the way ever and I came up in the late nineteen seventies in the comedy clubs and there was homeless. And it was it was pre Guiliani. It was a mess. So now there's homeless that the cost of living is like me. I I go back and forth hotel. I can't afford to get a whole big place in New York and keep the house, and then pay the ex wise and everything else is like a not blaming the Blasio for that. Or or or? Room. Anyway. Hotel room. Thanks, mayor de Blasio, but the point is middle class and regular work. People can't afford to live here, Cynthia Nixon and governor Cuomo haven't even addressed it. They have a primary tomorrow. I haven't heard word one about I think, you're exactly right. I mean, the one aspect the suggestion of Cynthia Nixon to and look I think Cynthia Nixon is set a lot of really interesting things throughout the campaign. And I think governor Cuomo has just behaved abysmally throughout the primary campaign, but the Cynthia Nixon's whole prescription for solving states problems appears to be free single payer healthcare. And she has not offered any solution in terms of how you pay for that. So obviously, the only solution is increased taxes either increase taxes or more borrowing, which makes it even more difficult for people to be able to afford to live here. So you're exactly right. That's what's so frustrating about. Somebody that cares about the future of the city and the state is that it's becoming more and more difficult to afford to live here. And instead of actual solutions about how to make New York more, affordable and young young families you instead get people running campaigns before the show this morning. We saw about a dozen no exaggeration campaigns for Andrew Cuomo and for the several candidates running for attorney general all focused on one thing. Which is who is best qualified to oppose Donald. Thank you. Thank you. Bottom line is there's nothing about opposing Donald Trump. That's gonna make you be able to afford to live in New York state. I wish people irrespective of how much you may hate Trump. I was people would actually start demanding answers about that. Exactly. The money. Frankie five boroughs, ten minutes before eight o'clock seven fifty one right now. Debbie's coming in to give you traffic. But I got it.
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"The. This Virgil taxes with me on the phone is candidate for the Democratic Party nomination for governor of the state of New York. Cynthia Nixon, MS, Nixon. Thank you so much for joining us today. Hi, how are you? Not bad, so I know your time is scarce. Let's get started is Lixin. Thank you, MS, Nixon. Thank you so much for joining us today. A pleasure. You'll been endorsed by the New York City buffalo and Syracuse chapters of the democratic socialists of America earlier this summer. You said that you are a democratic socialist. I, uh, socialist money of our listeners are as well. And I know that being a socialist means different things to different people for some it is a Nordic style welfare state for others. It is the liquidation of the capital's class than mockeries -ation of the means of production. So MS Dixon, what does being a socialist being to you? Socialist, I would say is I am more in. I'm more in line with the Nordic model myself, but I think what it means is we have to stop letting prophets be the determining factor for how we run our government and what are what our priorities are. We have to. We have to start electing. People to office who aren't taking corporate money like I'm not taking in my campaign and I think we have to really fight for turning the system side down and that that housing is a human right rather than a for profit industry that that housing is a human right? That healthcare is a human rights that education is a human right and the justices human rights. And we're so far from from that right now, I mean, certainly the the influence of corporations and big money in politics is nothing new, but we have arrived at a moment in our history of such unbridled corporate power where there is almost no daylight between the corporate agenda and what between what our government's policies are. You've been an activist for many years, three years ago, you raise money for Hillary Clinton than running for president against the socialists this year, running for governor as a socialist against the man endorsed by Hillary Clinton. What's changed in your. Thinking in that period of time, what's changed for me is that I believe that we have to get serious about who we are as Democrats and what our values are. And what I saw in that twenty sixteen election was that we did not people didn't understand what the Democratic Party stood for, and that's why they didn't turn out. There's a whole host of reasons. It's a very complicated picture of why they didn't turn out, but I think that that we have to, we have to start getting back to the to the roots of the Democratic Party. And I think that there is a there is a real civil war going on in the Democratic Party. And I think it's a good thing because I think if we continue to go down the road that we we're on right now, the Democratic Party is going to become more and more of an anachronism people. If we just say we're the Democratic Party, you should vote for us because we're Democrats and we're a kinder and gentler more diverse version of the Republican party. Nobody's excited about that. Nobody people are really looking for foundational change, frankly, on on both sides of the island in in in both the Republican and the Democratic Party. We have very different ideas about how we would achieve that that seed change. But I think that frankly, why Donald Trump was elected, he was lying to people about what he was going to do about inequality, and he was doing it in a very racist xenophobic way. But I think that he was really talking about inequality in a way that that all of our politicians have to start start doing because it is the number one thing that's happening in this country right now..
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The new year and 'boy Rosh Hashanah Cynthia Nixon anti Semite, according to Andrew Cuomo minions. Hal about that flyer. Joe Bartlett who is with me today in lieu of Len about that flyer. That came from the Democratic Party here in New York accusing Cynthia Nixon Cynthia Nixon of all people as liberal as they come of being an anti Semite. Well, of course, there was no basis, in fact, and of course, it was put out by the Democratic Party who is led by governor Cuomo Cuomo claims to know nothing about it. Give me a break. Of course, he knew what was going on. He runs the Democratic Party here. This is dirty tricks that these Cuomo people do all the time. Listen, folks, I am against India. Nixon's policies, she's are crazy loony left winger. But boy, if I were democrat, I would be voting for her. It's time to get rid of this thug. Governor we have. But he says he didn't do listen to a Michael I think. The Mailer was mistake. I think it was inappropriate. I understand that the state party has authored the Nixon campaign to do a Mailer for them. Or do you believe he's not even believable credible in his voice right there? Of course, he knows what's going on. This guy has got to go. The worst governor of all time. I can't stand and vote for Cynthia Nixon. If you're a democrat, do you think there's a chance she could pull an upset? I well. Let's see. All right. Also with the big three wal boy, if if you're a guy and you're at your office, and you get a phone call from Ronan Farrow. All right. Just resign. Leave the office. Never come back because Ronan Farrow is the most dangerous reporter out there. He has taken down. Les Moonves says one of the most powerful figures in the history of media, les Moonves, the head of CBS he has resigned in the wake of yet. Another New Yorker article that broke over the weekend. Six women on the record claiming not just harassment, but some pretty ugly stuff that Mounibou's was doing. I mean, you know, forcing himself on forcing oral sex on women driving a woman to you know, remote parking lot in LA and trying to get her to have a little fun with him there in the front seat pretty heroin stuff. Did you see the New Yorker article? Joe I did I didn't read it all but. It's just another one bites the dust totally. Well, what's interesting now is because les Moonves wasn't a gauche eating his exit from CBS, and he was going to get up to one hundred eighty million dollars. They thought they might pull back a little bit of that. Now, it's possible. He may get zero zilch nothing. Wow. If the investigation that is going on internally at CBS confirms the Ronan Farrow charges in the New Yorker, les Moonves could leave with no parachute. In other words, splat right out of the plane bloom. He's done. Well, the the thing you have to wonder I mean, we're talking about the eighties, right? When these thing. Yes. These allegations go back thirty five years. That's the I assume that's the way men acted if they had power. Well. And rounding out the big three Serena Williams. All right, folks. Here's where I feel if I were Carlos remotes that that referee that umpire high would have thrown a right outta Arthur ash stadium. She was behaving like a big baby. And don't give me this excuse it's sexism because I'm treated differently from men if you go back, and you look at it, John McEnroe, the big Brad. He was tossed out of the Australian Open for breaking a racket for behaving that way, she broke the racket penalize her she behaved abominably don't hide behind. It's sexist when you behave badly ladies. That's my feeling. Amanda you come in with a ranch. Hang my. Not in front of you today. The first thing you now here, and maybe we should have the voice of reason, Natalie a female to away in on this subject, but I'm I'm sitting there watching this thing and I'm saying don't play the sexist car. Don't play this ensured up. She goes right for it. She was behaving abominably a and she was losing to. She was losing because a sock is quite good. Here's here's the whole thing.
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Mets take. On the Braves on September twenty fifth at city field all, right so we had the debate with Cynthia Nixon. And governor Cuomo, and. We have the fallout yesterday of. The debate now Cynthia Nixon Joe she was all over the place she was on New York one. And CNN and MSNBC because I think she was pretty. Good debate she seemed competent where was Cuomo nowhere to, be found there were invitations from CNN and MSNBC extended to. Him but he did not appear anywhere to talk, about the debate he went before the daily news editor. Oriel board but I don't think he really discussed the, debate now maybe it's because if he talks about it, too much he's kind Elevating, her to his level but I say and I think you. Agree with me she really won that debate and, so mayor de Blasios agrees with you Michael and that's. Why like the mayor I would say she won because, her performance Far exceeded expectation I was surprised at. Some of the governor's tone. I really was I obviously felt some of, what. He said was patently inaccurate why, I hate the governor that's what you're saying We know what do, we know anything was was. Inaccurate about what the governor said patently inaccurate and the no I don't think I don't think he went into that but in terms of his relationship with the governor. He talked about that here I always quote. The approach to governor's in New York state when. They do something. Good for New York City praise them and support them when. They do something hurts New. York City address it Well that's pretty interesting though there's some. An I as a guy from upstate I grew up in New York outside of Rochester New York and it was. Striking, to me that in that debate there, was very little discussion about the problems. Facing upstate? New. York very little I mean, it was all about New York stuff MTA and personal attacks on each other a, lot a lot of. Talk, about the the city here and you know there's some, pushback from the Albany times union criticized the debate, for not expanding and broadening. Out the topic of conversation to include other parts of the state well if you live in upstate New York I'm obviously not gonna vote for it Cynthia Nixon right. There are Democrats in upstate There are. Democrats, up there too I mean we ran the model we tried to get rhythm Albany, county is big democrat well it used to be when I was up there, right right right and well the Republican. Candidate. Marcus, Molinaro he also criticized, the debate for not dealing with the problems of other areas of the state well, let's go to hurt Cuomo but again? I, mean in terms of. Cynthia Nixon her focus has always been downstate because. That's where her gonna win the primary vote bright, right and, as you have pointed out to me before in a, democratic primary the field of battle really is in downstate absolutely that's, where it's. Going to, be you know this Washington Post ABC, poll got my head spinning all right. Well we. Were talking about the segment before we were talking about this new ABC news Washington Post poll that puts. President Trump's diesel disapproval rating at sixty three percent which seems a bit high for me yeah now here's the question. Is, do you approve disapprove of the way, Donald Trump is handling his job as. President and? Then. Do you feel that way Wrongly you're somewhat so according to those disciplines fifty. Percent, strongly, disapprove. Of his, performance obviously they're Democrats and. Seven percent somewhat on the approval twenty four percent strongly approves twelve someone so the so there's. Thirty, six percents she said the. Approval rates, twenty nine so thirty six percent is, the approval rating according to that poll of the president and here's. The other one. Do. You. Approve or disapprove of the way Trump is handling the economy you think, that that would be a better showing bright. A. Little bit that's kinda down the. Middle forty, seven percent disapprove forty five, percent approve well that. Is that's. Neck, and neck there right exactly well Trump's strongest suit right now I think is the, economy and I know he loves to attack the media and his enemies but, he might do himself a favor by. Emphasizing. The, economy a bit more, than he does I think so too and he on the impeachment question based on? What you know do you think congress Should or should not begin impeachment proceedings forty. Six percents said should not Forty-six, should not should not, forty nine percent, say, they should begin again neck and neck. There? Yeah. But, I guarantee you if the, Democrats get hold of the house they will impeach him I mean that's what the Bill doubt, about Cynthia Nixon and governor Cuomo they want to impeach him I'm I'm absolutely no question about. That so still no. Chance you think for Cynthia Nixon to pick off the governor, despite her fine performance The other. Night I, don't know I think she's got a better chance now then. She did prior to the. Debate yes I think so because I. Think you know she kind of she may have opened some is showed the weaknesses of governor Cuomo Because he kind. Of, glosses. Over all those, things and there's. There's a lot of negative attached to him. In terms of the MTA really hasn't. Done, much to help. The city ethics he shut, down the whole ethics committee when it. Got too close to his cronies absolutely yes There's there's a lot of warts around him and I don't know. He. Really Aside. From, his infrastructure. Improvement I don't know what else he's done for the state, no I Nelson he tried, to turn the, debate into the debate on Trump and he was essentially saying if Cynthia, Nixon you're not really prepared to. Take on the president the way I am but then her answer was great, so it doesn't. Matter. How, much experience you have if you don't use it get something. Done exactly Right good for Cynthia.
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Right now. When you do then you also get our Sunday special. If you go to the YouTube page or are ITN's page and you subscribe, we have Sunday special Sunday special this week is with professor advisor who is a theologian and philosopher specifically with regard to sort of the traditional proofs of God's existence. So it's very deep stuff that we did on the Sunday, especially a bunch of upcoming guests where great as well, Christina, have. Summers is coming up. Andrew claybin actually is gonna stop by for an hour or so. We have a bunch of great guests. We're coming up those subscribe right now. We always appreciate we are the largest fastest growing conservative podcast in the nation. As I predicted Cynthia Nixon debate a Chris Cuomo, not Chris. I keep mixing. I'm Chris Andrew because yet cares. But Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York was debating Cynthia Nixon. And as I predicted you get Andrew Cuomo in with Cynthia, Nixon is not going to go well for Andrew Cuomo. And the reason it's not gonna go well for Andrew Cuomo is because he actually has to govern the state. He actually has to be governor of the state, whereas Cynthia Nixon can sit on the side and talk smack. Basically she can sit there and just yell at Andrew Cuomo for governing the state. And all he can do is complain about how her performance was sort of lacklustre in the late seasons of sex and the city. That's basically his only pitch. So they have this debate and it's just amazing to watch because it legitimately is like watching two small children club each other with frying pans, neither of them have very compelling points to make, but they make them the most militant possible way as someone with a two and a half year old son. I'm familiar with how two and a half year olds argue basically, say I want x. and you say you can't have and they lie on the floor and they scream and kick. That's basically how this gubernatorial debate. But because one of them is the sitting governor of a state, he will small compared to the Nixon who looks like the surging. The surgeon candidate, I would not be surprised to see all predicted or now I would not be surprised Cynthia Nixon plot, this race. It would not surprise me in the slightest assisant the Nixon surged from behind and at least make this a very competitive race right now. She's about thirty points behind in the polls, but the polls are done infrequently and Andrew Cuomo is one of the more lackluster candidates I have ever seen. He makes gaffes on a regular basis and Cynthia Nixon at least has the sincerity of our convictions. And since we live in a political age or sincerity is prized far more than actually knowing things when you being sincere is really, really important, but he truly feels she truly believes this that's much more important than your the hell you're talking about. It appears that Cynthia Nixon. I think she won this debate. I think she wanted going away and it's really, really funny. So here is, here's Andrew Cuomo trying to critique Cynthia Nixon last night by saying that she lives in a fantasy world and listened to the audience's responses over at Hofstra university, which is which would. Friendly ground for Andrew Cuomo kept. He's running against the gal sex in the city Martin opponent lives in the world of fiction. I live in the world. The fact. Let's go, she's two facts. Okay. The subway system is owned by New York City. Okay. The reason that he saying that is because she said that Andrew Cuomo is using the MTA as an ATM, which is a clever line. It's not exactly true. He's actually write that the MTA is run by the city of New York, and they have not been contributing their fair share of the state has been shipping money. She's not wrong. He's directed money away from the MTA and toward other projects, but the fact that he's getting openly booed in the middle of debates by people. This looks a lot like Bernie Sanders versus Hillary Clinton. It looks like the anti-establishment candidate versus the establishment candidate and the establishment candidate still has to pay lip service to, you know, the things that actually make the state run, whereas Cynthia Nixon can sit there and say whatever she wants. Also, Andrew Cuomo then participates in one of the great cellphones..
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Outrage from Cynthia. Nixon No she's going to be. Debating de Blasios Bossio Cuomo coming out, for the governor's, race she's not doesn't seem all. That competitive but. You know it's, been? A high profile race it's New York she's a celebrity right. And this got set into it with the hashtag addicted outrage if you we're taking, these submissions for the ridiculous things that people get outraged by and we'd love for. You to, send some, in at world of stew on Twitter we have you know people now complaining that the that you remember they took the. Bars off of the the box where the animal. Crackers worse they didn't look like. They were caged in well now they're That was that. Far enough, apparently left, they're outraged that that does not cure that the Nabisco CEO oh six earn six hundred times what the average employee earns. Or something to do with the animal cracker I. Don't know Or this one A student yanked a make-america-great-again hat off of another's head and called it a racist. And. Hateful symbol yeah this one though I love. Is Cynthia Nixon, she is outraged why? Is, she outrage well she wants the debate room to be seventy six degrees when the debate happens because apparently Is well known sexist it's notorious Lee sexist to, keep a room cold oh now of. Course it, is also Torius that? If you, don't, keep a room clo- cold the people who are on television will start sweating and, so every single debate stage in every single studio since nineteen sixty has been filled. With. People in cold environments it's freezing in here. All the time, I mean how do? You, think I mean Jeff he's not even sweating right now which is almost impossible to accomplish In this room right yeah And Close to twelve. Cold it's pretty cold in here and that's because you want your you don't people don't like watching people on TV sweating as they're talking It's, like ideal you avoided you made expected in an NBA game. But ideally you don't necessarily see that from your anchors especially with, Jeffey since he sweats gravy and that's just unpleasant to look at You're talking about NNcholas saying that there. Is a study there was a study apparently published sometime ago in nature climate change in this journal which said that the office buildings based their climate control fluctuations on the needs of. The male metabolism.
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Nixon No she's going to be. Debating de Blasios defazio Cuomo coming out, for the governor's, race she's not doesn't seem, all, that competitive. But you know, it's? Been a high profile race New York she's a celebrity. Right and it got set into with the hashtag addicted outrage if you we're taking, these submissions for the ridiculous things that people get outraged by and we'd love for. You to, send some, in at world of Stu on Twitter we have you know people now complaining that the that you remember they took the bars off of. The the box. Where the animal. Crackers were so they didn't they were. Well now they're complaining that was not far enough apparently left they're outraged that that does not cure that the Nabisco CEO six. Earned six hundred times what, the average employee earns or something The animal cracker I don't know Or this one A student yanked a make-america-great-again hat off of another head and called it a racist. And. Hateful symbol yeah this one though I love. Is Cynthia Nixon, she is outraged why? Is, she outrage well she wants the debate room to be seventy six degrees when the debate happens because apparently Is, well known sexist and it's no Tori Asli sexist to keep, a room cold oh now of course. It is, also Torius that if? You don't, keep, a room clo- cold the the people who are on television will start sweating and, so every single debate stage in every single studio since nineteen sixty has been filled. With. People in cold environments it's freezing in here. All the time, I mean how do? You, think I mean Jeff he's not even sweating right now which is almost impossible to accomplish And Close the twelve. Cold it's pretty cold in, here and that's because you want your, you don't people don't like watching people on TV sweating as they're. Talking you, know I just like. Ideal you avoid. It you made expected in an NBA, game but ideally you don't necessarily see that from your anchors especially with Jeffey since he sweats, gravy and that's just unpleasant to look. At, yes it's. Not you know what I? Mean you're talking about, Corvo? Right Nixon is saying that there is a. Study there was a study apparently published sometime ago in nature climate change in this journal which said that the office buildings base their climate control fluctuations on the needs of the male. Metabolism since half of the workforce is. Female the system is rigged against women who often have colder extremities than their male, counterparts and it's even worth worse for women on the birth control, pill which can raise women's bodies temperatures slightly making them more responsible Swanson to temperature. Fluctuations so now we have to be out, now, look we all know there's real reasons for that and I Hate the cold I hate how cold it isn't he studios. But I don't think it's they're doing it you know to punish, me although Glenn may be I know I.
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Primarily New York will cover primarily the issues, but also the horse race in the Andrew Cuomo versus Cynthia Nixon? Gubernatorial primary also the Caffey Hokkaido Jimani Williams. Lieutenant governor primary Kathy hotel. The incumbent with Cuomo drew money Williams running a someone, more progressive with Nixon, and the attorney general primarily is interesting too with Eric Schneiderman, having resigned in disgrace and the democratic primaries against nine Democrats in the state Senate to have helped to keep Republicans in power there. Now, here in a nutshell is how Cynthia Nixon is running against Cuomo from an appearance on the daily show in June and aren't governor. Now, Andrew Cuomo likes to say we're the the most. We've let the most progressive state in the union. How how can you say that? How can you say that when for the last eight years we haven't done things like pass the the New York dream act. We haven't passed the women's equality. The women's reproductive health act we have tens of thousands of, people largely black and. Brown people sitting in jail languishing waiting for, trial because they can't afford bail we have again there's so many? Black and Latino people incarcerated for for marijuana. Something that the white people. With impunity we have some of the worst voter suppression, laws in the entire, country in New York state how can you have been governor, for eight years and presided over this and not had moved on any of these issues you can't call yourself progressive and I think. Frankly, you can barely call yourself a democrat Cynthia Nixon on the daily show in June and here in a nutshell is how Cuomo is. Trying, to fend her off in a campaign commercial running. This summer he.
"cynthia nixon" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Dot com. And Brooke it's good to have you back thanks for being here thank you so much Kevin for having me earlier today, you posted a story headlined Cuomo campaign accused They're trying to manipulate donor stats with tiny contributions explain what he's doing all right so right now what we have is New York governor Andrew Cuomo he's he's currently being accused, of trying to manipulate these donors statistics after new campaign finance reports have revealed that. Teeny tiny contributions have been made to his campaign from individuals on his staff were associated with, people on his staff it turns out that his his primary opponents Cynthia Nixon she also may have benefited. From similar tactics, but KOMO is actually notoriously reliant on big donors and the New York Times actually. I reported yesterday we picked up. On this today but one don't our Christopher Kim who is associated, with a member of Cuomo staff. Contributed to Cuomo's campaign. Sixty nine times now what. Mr Kim has done is, he has donated one dollar sixty seven times And, five dollars twice so this is this according to. The New York state. GOP chairman. Ed Cox that's an effort to quote unquote manipulate the donor statistics. As I said Cuomo is notorious for raking in big donor dollars and Cynthia Nixon. Campaign has opponent has has really touted themselves for for gathering small donation I see she's playing the I'm of the people card and he's trying. To match that not to be outdone by, Cynthia Nixon. Exactly but in defensive governor Cuomo's campaign for, reelection I mean they have acknowledged his spokesperson Abby Collins told me today that. They, have knowledge that they are new in this in, this small dollar game and, they're, saying that there's no shame in getting started like this but they wanted to make sure. That that next time around people like Mr Kim donating sixty nine times one dollars Brooke This is the incumbent governor of New, York and they are quote new to the. Game that's the that's. The that's the, response their, responses they're new to the low dollar. Game whereas you have Cynthia Nixon campaign, saying, hey even if our staffers didn't donate small small amounts of money to Cynthia Nixon's, campaign we still would be based on primarily small donor, dodger but she can actually say with a straight face that she's new to the game because a c doesn't come from a political legacy family that has had multiple governors come from that. Family. Right I, guess I guess when you put it that, way you're you're. Right he's not exactly new to the, game but maybe trying something new this time around according to maybe he is the thing that strikes me out about this and it'll be interesting as you report going forward is, I I wonder if there are other advantages that he's that he's gaining from. This, I I don't know finance. Law well. Enough I'll have to ask one of My political aficionados but. To have individual contributions. Is my understanding, at least, from individual donors you get up to..
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"Where more than one hundred fifty percent higher than circus in dc weather this week about that how about the actress cynthia nixon right so out of left field actress cynthia nixon and after bid for governor of new york on monday nixon is best known for her role as miranda hobbes on hbo hit series sex and the city i'm one of our top ask questions this week was is cynthia nixon related to richard nixon and as a as a sidebar i think she's dropping the nixon name like in her campaign materials i think she's just just cynthia that's just to further distinguish yourself what about sir it was in the news this week people were calling him the boy with the dragon tattoo you looks like he's sporting some ink and the shape of a massive rainbow phoenix rising from the ashes you back in two thousand fifteen it was fake for a movie but it turns out it's real and up his whole back and this is again this is the top trending thing that people are searching for just want to be clearer this didn't sneak in here by accident this is real people search for this no polic nines of people searching for it's been affects tattoo real ben affleck lisa happy man oh man let's finish up with this this youtube video of the week visit the root of every all learning all relationships love or the lack of the official trailer for won't you be my neighbor that's right it's a heartwarming video this week it's a documentary won't you be my neighbor parang and theaters june eighth and captures the life and legacy of the levin tv show host fred rogers and show mister.
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"The city actress cynthia nixon is mounting a run for governor of new york new poll numbers out today showing the nixon has very far to go though to catch governor cuomo se seeks reelection the sienna poll shows cuomo favored by sixty six to nineteen percent over nixon among new york democrat president trump today declaring war on the opioid crisis and declaring war and drug dealers he says the way to beat drug traffickers is to speak their language now we're going to solve this problem way to solve it with brains we're going to solve it with resolve we're going to solve it with toughness because tough this is the thing that they most fear and trump says that toughness should extend all the way to the death penalty for some drug dealers safety recommendation today from federal investigators looking into the march eleventh crash of a helicopter into the east river here's abc's aaron katersky the ntsb urged the faa to prohibit helicopter photography flights that use complicated passenger harnesses when the doors are open the faa has previously said it would ban set flights but did not say when and the ntsb said definitive action needs to be taken five passengers and harnesses that did not allow for easy release were killed here in new york when a helicopter crashed into the east river a fourth bomb blast in austin texas this month is leading police to believe they're dealing with a serial bomber the latest bomb went off in the city last night injuring two men in their twenties were walking along side of a road austin police chief brian manley says this latest device was similar to other bombs but more advanced because it used a trip wire clearly dealing with what we expect to be a serial bomber at this point since the first bombing on the second of march two people have died six have been injured the news brought to.