35 Burst results for "Daca"

Kyrsten Sinema, the Enemy Within the Democrat Party

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Kyrsten Sinema, the Enemy Within the Democrat Party

"I'm joined by byron york. Who wrote yesterday about kristen cinema. The democrat marriage zona who does not agree with the largest that democrats want to spread around the country and in response. The new republic called her a traitor. The nation said how she is sold out the original story of kristen serve the senate's new super villain and then matt iglesias. Kristen cinema must be stopped. In the era of trump that would have been seen as a threat byron. Well done yesterday. I don't think the left is going to ease up though on their new. Michelle in coddle. In the new york times today calls her many names. That's right. I wrote it before. The new york times published the stories. That that simply. What's wrong with kirsten senna. Yep so as a matter of fact after the bathroom incident which occurred in arizona. she's flying back cinemas linebacker washington and. She's harassed on the plane About daca so i listen. I think the the remember there was a there was a period of time when resistance forces who are harassing Ted cruz they harass. Sarah huckabee sanders. Actually restaurant kicked her out and virginia And there were a people. Like maxine waters saying that anyone who supports trump should not find peace anywhere. You shouldn't be able to fill up your car the gas station. You shouldn't be abaya a gallon of milk at the grocery store without having to face the consequences of your political positions. Clearly that seems to be now directed at senator senator cinema.

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Biden rule to shield 'Dreamers' seeks to bypass Congress

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Biden rule to shield 'Dreamers' seeks to bypass Congress

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Biden administration proposes a rule to shield dreamers while seeking to bypass Congress the blighted ministration is making another attempt to get court approval for the Obama era deferred action for childhood arrivals program or daca the administration is proposing a rule that mirrors the Obama era initiatives while seeking to satisfy concerns of a federal judge in Houston in July U. S. district judge Andrew Hayman said the Obama administration overstepped its authority in twenty twelve when it failed to properly seek public feedback on daca the proposed rule will be published Tuesday in the Federal Register triggering a sixty day comment period doctor shields young immigrants who meet certain criteria from deportation Mike Rossi at Washington

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Will Biden's New COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Hold up in Court?

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:50 min | Last month

Will Biden's New COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Hold up in Court?

"Big announcement from the president. Yesterday he told the country he's now mandating covert vaccines for any employer who has more than one hundred employees or people are going to be required to get tested regularly at their expense. It short end up in the court system somewhere. Which is why we turn to our constitutional law expert. David co from lynn. Pinker hurston swagman. Good morning david your morning. How're you doing. Good let's get right to it is. It's going to hold up in court. Well it's It's got some trouble sign trouble. Lights flashing on it He what he did was he said. I'm going to ask the department of labor which means osha to come up with some regulations that require businesses to the stuff. You're saying about testing with employers over one hundred people Okay fair enough. The president can make that request of the agency but presidents do that a lot and when agency start rushing to try to please the boss courts get real interested remember. president trump. Had this happened a lot like the end. The daca case and you know courts are skeptical with agencies rush their work so what arguments are opponents gonna use if they file legislation or file a lawsuit. So they're gonna say the phrase they used in the challenges to some of the regulations encouraged by the trump administration. Were the the phrase in the law is arbitrary and capricious which is a fancy way of saying. They didn't show their work. There's a set way you're supposed to go about enacting a new rule. When you're an administrative agency any agency not just osha and we're agencies get in trouble is when the president says we've got to do this real quick if god did this real quick and they come out with something kinda controversial. They have heard from everyone. They haven't built a full record. The courts are going to say guys you didn't you didn't show your work it's arbitrary and capricious you've got to go back to square one

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SpaceX Dragon Capsule Launch Successful, Following Delayed Resupply Mission

NPR News Now

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

SpaceX Dragon Capsule Launch Successful, Following Delayed Resupply Mission

"Successful launch cape canaveral. The launch spacex dragon capsule lit up the night sky. Day after the weather caused a delay. The capsules loaded with more than forty eight hundred pounds of supplies and experiments for the astronauts aboard the international space station. It's expected daca the orbiting outpost tomorrow. I'm joe snyder. This is npr

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Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on Why DACA Is Unconstitutional

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on Why DACA Is Unconstitutional

"Talk about daca. Yeah what has to be done with this because this that was that was literally on concentrated. This circuit is says it's illegal constitutional so we need to follow the fifth circuit court citizen constitutional and get rid of dhaka right. But here's here's marcy. Just actually penned an unconstitutional correct policy. That's correct was unconscious illegal. And we've been saying that finally circuit said so the last thing that's really really critical is what's called the episode the floor settlement agreement. That's his lower levels blame. The flora shows four settlement agreement. Says that if you're unaccompanied minor family the border patrol digest. We can't keep it for more than twenty days and we told them in the core proceedings. That's crazy. It takes a minimum of sixty to ninety days to get through immigration. Hearing for those that are in custody which says we'll be priority and the judge said. Don't care twenty days bo catch and release began. That's what began. Mpp got rid of that. So look you gotta do address. Tv pra address credible. Fear reinstitute get rid of an address the four settlement agreement so we can detain piano in one bill. One bill one bill. And the last thing i have to say because i have to say this for my brothers and sisters is detention. Detentions blaine look. We have to have a system of consequences. We can't allow people to come here legally and then there's no consequences. We have shown that if you detained somebody while you're going through immigration proceedings. One is guess what once they find out that they're claim valid yet to get them right because you have them right. But here's what you see the phenomenon. Will you start doing that. Guess what happens to the numbers. I would imagine they plummet exactly anytime you play consequences or you show them that. You're not going to be released into the country. The numbers down

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"daca" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

05:11 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

"Back and i am. I am so grateful that i do have that. I can call my mom and be like hey and food. I need water. And even if she does it hasn't bentley even if she's annoyed. 'i know that that safe line is there and a lot of people don't have that i wanted to ask about that. Acernote finish your thought i interrupted. Oh no you're good. I just I am very conscious of how how lucky i am. And i'm very grateful for that but that's the end of my thought. I wanted to ask about because you mentioned that right now. You're you're working jobs where it's like. Hey it's it's gonna be mao. It's going to be cash in an envelope. How do you pay your rent. How do you pay your bills. So my mom has been clean for the last two decades and she's built kind of a network so she has a time job with different houses and stuff and she has other moms who are in the same position that she kinda helps and employs so she kinda has a team built but because of that team in twenty years of really hard work. She calls it the tree. So whenever i was growing her tree was growing and now she says that her tree is pretty full and it can give me shade for now. I'm enjoying the sheet of her tree from the last twenty years. That's a beautiful it does. And i'm i'm taking that to mean that. There is a branch of the tree who has a room to rent an apartment to rent who goes. Okay gimme cash. Get it that type of thing. Because i'm talking about 'cause you can't write checks for stuff right. It puts you on record in a way. You probably don't want right now. So i do have a social security number and so i don't know how that works but i do have a bank account i have okay. You know i have that. I just can't reuse it so instead already it. Before i lost my status. I think i can still be found through like at the end of the day. If they wanted to find me they could knock on my door. Thing is really saving your but right now. Oh yeah damn. That's scary scary..

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Biden to Meet With 11 Democratic Lawmakers on DACA

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Biden to Meet With 11 Democratic Lawmakers on DACA

"Now a White House official confirms to CBS. This news that President Biden will meet with 11 Democratic lawmakers today at the White House to talk about next steps for providing a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants brought to the U. S. As Children. This meeting comes after a recent decision by a federal judge who ruled the DACA is illegal and blocked the administration from approving new doctor applicants. Applicants Congressional Democrats are pushing to add pathways to citizenship for dreamers and undocumented essential workers in the reconciliation package. That's coming down the

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"daca" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

05:22 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Obviously that the rebels and media can continue to do an excellent job in covering step-by-step. Oh look at you. You're so sweet. Like giving us a shout out. Been nice i i wanna make sure that people because it's very easy. Julio with especially now that we live in this age misinformation and disinformation for them to go to trusted sources but at the end of the day if people want to get involved in people are wondering whether you're daca recipient whether you're undocumented immigrants whether you're a fan of the show us citizen. You're listening to this. I want to help me home. The easiest way to do that is to make sure that you call you. Us senator because still so the people who are going to have the power to make that make that happen. If you don't know who you a satter is i. I gotta tell you need to find out who that person is because those people work for you and right now. They're not doing any work and you pay for them. So i wanna make sure that folks can go too. We are home dot us. That's again the we are home dot. Us in figure out how to call how to text out to sign a petition. And you can take action. Why they're one is galante at onesta. I'd epa connoisseur immigrant rights activists friend of the show contributor to let you know rebels back in the day before he became some big wig like dc by political power player. Thanks so much for being on Let's rebels radio. Happy to be here when i would. Also there is one it's got on. They just want to thank you again for being on the show as he. No one has been someone that i've known for years and it was actually really nice. Said he came back on to kind of give us more context about daca and immigration in twenty twenty one because we've had conversations like this in the past back in the day and was just good to Connect with him about where this all goes next. I heard a little bit of measured optimism. So what have you done for me lately. Type of vibe but you know by janet jackson says you know you say what have you done for me lately. You might get some action. You know what i mean. It's like someone might be like. Oh let me help you here. So you know what i'm saying. I'm doing bad. Janet jackson references anyway Thank you to oscar fernandez for producing this fabulous show also catch oscar. Who is part of food little media. He also has a latino me to collective that he runs out of dc so please follow them as well and we'll be back next week with another show and if you really like this show please rate review us and share this with your friends so we'll be back next week and like we always do. We always close out with la play. Does paula latino rebels radio. Okay off been almost asp mandy. Make an accurate one flat.

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"daca" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

04:45 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Your ad apis. I'm sure you're checking the pulse. The political pulse. Is there an urgency in this or are you you know. Am i going to bring you on five years from now and say like i'm celebrating. My twenty first year advocating for immigrant rights. And now i'm thirty six year old. And i still like at epochs but nothing's changed. So what are your thoughts. What are your feelings. Is this any different is it. You know obviously we're coming off a trump administration that was clearly you know violent in the way it treated immigrants but is there an urgency with the by administration or are they having problems even trying to craft a message when it comes to this and other immigration issues. I think a leaked effort folks to kind of interpret in the comments of one of my former colleagues frank sheri. Who's the executive director of america's voice immigration advocacy organization also based here in washington c. Who said you know we were the white house is doing. We just wish that they were communicating. It and this is basically been the case that you know frank basically highlighted what you just said. I think coolio for its part. The white house has been essentially moving what it can us quickly as possible in the past six months. Now you've seen basically the entire cabinet if not a significant portion of in meeting with farmworkers impact workers immigrants dreamers precedent bided hosted dreamers of the white house for the people and the critics and the cynics like me who have been this movement for so long. I wouldn't think journalists are inherently cynical. anyway. But i'm trying to ask that question knowing that his enormous thing i've seen twelve years of the so am i. Cynical a little bit too. I think there's a lack of urgency at least public urgency. Yeah i mean what's different. What is different now is my question..

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"daca" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

04:45 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"The current administration after this and to get a sort of a take on where they stand in this sort of the immigrant rights movement right now but daca specifically i think symbolically showed what direct action can lead to write that it became a result of young undocumented activists. Mostly you know leaders such as yourself and others who engaged the obama administration and made it a little bit uncomfortable. Bright people forget that it was like two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen. I you know what i mean. It's like two thousand eleven and then doctor comes onto the you know what i mean. It's like during the election. Season election cycle. Bring us back to that time. I because i already think people have forgotten about all the origins of that. Yeah i mean. Look and i know it seems kind of incredible to to believe or think at this point in time for some people there was a time right for daca was not think. And it's not even a thing. It was just inconceivable that the president of the united states. At the time barack obama would essentially do play such a move in two thousand and ten people may remember famously that 'immigration legislation attempt or a way to pass legislation in congress kind of fell off and was derailed entirely immigrant. Youth myself included fought for the dream. Act to be considerate. Standalone measure people called dreamers of the time selfish that how dare we essentially challenge the status quo and beyond the michaels eventually taking up for a vote in its failed by five democrat votes so we can short two years of constant fighting and essentially calling out the precedent for not doing enough the daca comes into fruition in two thousand twelve.

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"daca" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"So if you're someone who is a dreamer right now who does not have daca. You can have daca right. Is that correct. Yeah i think like in the most basic of census right like that is probably the interpretation that most folks are walking away. And if you know you're an outsider. Meaning that you don't have or you're trying to essentially figure something out that might just be the simplest way to look at it but for the people who are in the process of applying for dhaka for the first time right they are seeing a lot of very specific questions that have quite just been answered right..

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"daca" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

02:22 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"So if you're someone who is a dreamer right now who does not have daca. You can have daca right. Is that correct. Yeah i think like in the most basic of census right like that is probably the interpretation that most folks are walking away. And if you know you're an outsider. Meaning that you don't have or you're trying to essentially figure something out that might just be the simplest way to look at it but for the people who are in the process of applying for dhaka for the first time right they are seeing a lot of very specific questions that have quite just been answered right. Judge heynen though federal judge in the southern district of texas who has been essentially overseeing a variety of different cases on this subject as made no secret that he's not a fan of the daca program so people need to understand that first and foremost number two his ruling basically states that new applicants as you mentioned julio people who are in the process of applying for dhaka for the first time short of them being fully approved into the program will no longer be eligible for the program. What exactly does that mean. May the young daca applicant. Who says well. I sent in my application. It was received. I gotta biometrics appointment. This is where they go and take your finger branson that take a photo and all this jazz. You know i did dad. I haven't heard back from you. If my application going to be considered is gonna be frozen. It's going to be thrown away and that's kind of where we are at earlier this week. We saw that. Uscis basically said in a statement. You know we acknowledge that this is happening. Where abiding by the court order. There will be more guidelines following up. So i i actually have it up on my phone because i tweeted out and it's interesting because let me just break this down because it says i'm rita and this came out on july nineteenth and i'm glad you brought it up because i was kind of like my next question but let's let's give the people some context. This is the giving people some context portion of the show so basically they say you know based on the order issued by the us district court for the southern district of texas and texas. The united states department of homeland security is enjoined from granting initial daca requests. Basically saying you haven't even started like don't even try

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The End of DACA?

Latino Rebels Radio

02:22 min | 3 months ago

The End of DACA?

"So if you're someone who is a dreamer right now who does not have daca. You can have daca right. Is that correct. Yeah i think like in the most basic of census right like that is probably the interpretation that most folks are walking away. And if you know you're an outsider. Meaning that you don't have or you're trying to essentially figure something out that might just be the simplest way to look at it but for the people who are in the process of applying for dhaka for the first time right they are seeing a lot of very specific questions that have quite just been answered right. Judge heynen though federal judge in the southern district of texas who has been essentially overseeing a variety of different cases on this subject as made no secret that he's not a fan of the daca program so people need to understand that first and foremost number two his ruling basically states that new applicants as you mentioned julio people who are in the process of applying for dhaka for the first time short of them being fully approved into the program will no longer be eligible for the program. What exactly does that mean. May the young daca applicant. Who says well. I sent in my application. It was received. I gotta biometrics appointment. This is where they go and take your finger branson that take a photo and all this jazz. You know i did dad. I haven't heard back from you. If my application going to be considered is gonna be frozen. It's going to be thrown away and that's kind of where we are at earlier this week. We saw that. Uscis basically said in a statement. You know we acknowledge that this is happening. Where abiding by the court order. There will be more guidelines following up. So i i actually have it up on my phone because i tweeted out and it's interesting because let me just break this down because it says i'm rita and this came out on july nineteenth and i'm glad you brought it up because i was kind of like my next question but let's let's give the people some context. This is the giving people some context portion of the show so basically they say you know based on the order issued by the us district court for the southern district of texas and texas. The united states department of homeland security is enjoined from granting initial daca requests. Basically saying you haven't even started like don't even try

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Texas Federal Court Stops DACA Program

Radio Boston

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Texas Federal Court Stops DACA Program

"A federal district judge in texas ruled against the deferred action for childhood arrivals program daca a move that the biden administration says it will appeal with more than five thousand docker recipients here in massachusetts. The program can't accept new applicants

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Biden Pledges Appeal of 'Deeply Disappointing' DACA Ruling

Chad Benson Show

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Biden Pledges Appeal of 'Deeply Disappointing' DACA Ruling

"The Biden administration vowing to defend DACA that program that protects undocumented immigrants brought to the U. S. As Children commonly referred to as dreamers from deportation. The program in jeopardy after a federal judge ruled against it, White House promising to fight back and defend the DACA program that provides protection for hundreds of thousands of immigrants who came to the United States as Children. Undocumented. Federal judge in Texas, ruling that the program set up by former President Obama is unlawful. The new court opinion would not immediately impact those already in the program, but would bar the government from accepting new applicants. President Biden is calling the ruling deeply

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Biden Pledges Appeal of 'Deeply Disappointing' DACA Ruling

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Biden Pledges Appeal of 'Deeply Disappointing' DACA Ruling

"President Biden is pledging to appeal a federal judge's ruling deeming it illegal I don't buy my error program that's protected hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation the deferred action for childhood arrivals program has allowed thousands of young people who were brought illegally into the United States as children or overstayed visas to live work and remain in the country many of the recipients commonly known as dreamers have now been in the U. S. for a decade or longer Friday's ruling leads to program intact for existing recipients but bars the government from approving any new applications in a statement president Biden calls the decision deeply disappointing saying it relegates hundreds of thousands of young immigrants to an uncertain future he says the justice department will appeal the ruling but urged Congress to move forward with legislation to permanently protect those covered by the program Ben Thomas Washington

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Judge Rules DACA Is Illegal, Blocks New Applications

Only a Game

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Judge Rules DACA Is Illegal, Blocks New Applications

Judge Orders U.S. To Close DACA Program to New Applicants

Red Eye Radio

00:10 sec | 3 months ago

Judge Orders U.S. To Close DACA Program to New Applicants

"Judge in Texas ordered an end to the DACA program that protects undocumented immigrants. The ruling keeps the program in place for people in the program but bars the government from approving new

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Judge Calls DACA Illegal and Blocks New Applications

Michael Berry

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Judge Calls DACA Illegal and Blocks New Applications

"Federal judge in Texas, is putting an end to the deferred action for childhood arrivals program, otherwise known as DACA. U. S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen ruled in favor of Texas and other Republican led states today by not allowing the Biden administration to approve new applications. He argued the program is illegal, and the Obama administration did not have the authority to grant work permits and prevent deportations for illegal immigrants brought here as Children of the ruling will not affect the more than 600,000 immigrants already enrolled in the program.

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Judge orders end to DACA, current enrollees safe for now

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Judge orders end to DACA, current enrollees safe for now

"A federal judge has ordered an end to the Obama era program that's shielded young immigrants in the United States from being deported U. S. district judge Andrew Haining has ruled in favor of Texas and eight other conservative states that had sued to halt the daca deferred action for childhood arrivals program which provides limited protection to about six hundred fifty thousand immigrants those already enrolled won't lose protections but hang in is barring any new applications this same Texas judging twenty eighteen throughout the states request to stop the program but then said he believed daca was likely unconstitutional and said Congress would have to act to protect the so called dreamers Jackie Quinn Washington

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"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

07:28 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Climate change. All right oh maverick. In fact he absolutely all right. So let's get to our final story of the hour session. Because that's a topic of discussion among right-winger so a new yougov and bright line. Watch poll finds that. They're huge portions of this country that are looking to succeed It goes to show you just how divided the country really is But let's give you those details because it's not just right wingers Some of these West coast democrats also would like to succeed. And i want to give you the details So if you take a look at this graphic it shows you the various areas In question here. So you've got the pacific. California washington oregon hawaii and alaska. You've got the south with the southern states. The heartland you guys get that now. Here's what the study found a sixty six percent majority of republicans in thirteen of these southern states including texas and florida are in favor of seceding from the union. Sixty six percent. Obviously that's more than half so half of all independence in the south also agreed with them with only twenty percent of southern democrats onboard by twenty percents that small number. I mean it's that's a fifth of democrats going. Yeah we should secede and and so here we are. Yeah i mean that's the confederacy. Those folks who did secede earlier and now apparently majority of them overall want us to see it again and obviously led by conservatives like they were last time conservatives. Were the ones who said no. We want to be able to keep slaves anything. That's a property right and And this north is impeding upon our freedoms and our state's rights to own human beings and whipped them and killed them and take away their babies and sell them to other people and we want to be able to do all that stuff and so that was back in the day. Now here we are again with the confederacy gone. I'm here for it. Let's let's separate that. Look we'll talk about whether it disastrous idea. Which of course it is except fox. News now is being to say maybe. But let's be fair. The deuce a lot of democrats in in the pacific states who were like seceding from the rest of this country where it's just. I mean. look at pacific region right. You got the west coast. California washington oregon. And then you add. Hawaiian alaska which are lovely. We're gonna outvote alaska big time. The rest of them are massively democratic. And that would be an incredibly wealthy incredibly beautiful country right so my in favor of it and incredibly progressive well first of all in politics. You don't fix anything if you don't get the money out of politics that new country if it had the same corruption as the current america anyway doesn't matter. Democrats are in charge right. They're just they're also corrupt happening. California but do i want an even in the ideal scenario of course not. I love america. We gotta stay together because we what are we going to do. We're just gonna tear each other and then california's gonna succeed. And then san francisco is going to succeed. This is sanity. so that's my take adrian. So as a native californian. I've always thought of how cool would be just to see the union but then again i was just being cute because the reality is that the rest of the nation needs us. We started this together. We should probably finish it together. And if we don't then. I could see a lot of oppression going on in the south and in a lot of states once again as we're seeing people or seeing states pass laws and that really looked to restrict voting Curb your right to your body. All sorts of things that are very oppressive would arguably be a newer form of slavery. And if we are going to be that voice that keeps them from going down that path and we got to be able to do it. It's just a matter of it is difficult sitting here in california and being associated with a whole different mentality of a lot of different states that you think you know what i prefer not to be part of it but again we started it together and we should ended together. Yeah my my take on. This poll is that it's it's dumb. It's a dump poll. And the reason why i say that is because look i get it. I mean the country is unfortunately incredibly divided. And when upholster hits you up and like yo- would you like to succeed. I can see a lot of americans saying yes from very emotional place but let's stop and think about what succession means okay. So does this new coalition of southern states which becomes its own country Practice full-blown federalism without any type of central government What happens to all of those people living in those states who rely on whatever we have left of a social safety net which is overwhelmingly funded by people living in california new york and all of that like you know the high income earners that live on the coast that they love to hate on and i get it like some of those elites are worth hating on but their taxes and up funding the social safety net that many of their you know constituents rely on so like i think if people just stop and actually think about it they might have a different opinion on whether or not secession makes sense. But if you're just coming from a super emotional place and you're basing your answer or your decision on how divided the country as or how much you hate the other side then. Yeah the percentage is going to be high sixty. Six percent is going to happen. My favorite part of the story dhabi kim. When says the pollster koehler says yo you want to secede. I don't know a lot of bolsters that you to do your own country get outta here. What do you want come on go right so i'm not quite sure that's how they phrase it but But look of course and is right that if the the south secedes a world hurt i mean they. They are among the poorest states in the country and but of course they don't know that they think in the republicans have missed the pain alabama. Think we got this stuff on lockdown man we got we gotta figure no you guys are the very bottom of every single ranking but the mindset. We've three there's a san francisco didn't make any money there next thing you tell me. They're making money in new york. No of course we're republicans we know what we're doing. We're at the top. Aren't we knew you were the very very bottom. But so there's a little bit of shot and freud in like going to see see how it turns out for you right but at the end of the day listed like the best point was adrian which is what are we gonna leave people behind in the south. We're gonna leave black people behind in the south really poor people behind the south. Hell no. There's no way we're gonna do that where to keep them inside america and we're going to try to protect them more to fight for them now. Fox is a completely different opinion. So let's show you this clip of them reacting the same poll a. Cast powers the world's best podcasts. Here's a show that we recommend. Hey y'all this is kenya creative director and co founder domino sound.

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"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

06:13 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

"So we're deforesting to amazon that puts less water in the air. I can go on and on but we've created a vicious cycle. We cannot get past in fact some of the scientists and that story say we're not at the tipping point. We're past a tipping. Yeah exactly so when they look back at us in the future they're gonna say why didn't you do something. In fact they look at videos like this and say you see. They knew they knew they look at the story about the amazon. They'll say they knew they'll look at that store or soaring. God they knew nine hundred seventy two and then it was reaffirmed in twenty twenty one that the scientists were exactly right right and yet they still did nothing. It's always wild to me. How be scientists researchers. They always have the answer. They always know how to fix things yet. Mainstream doesn't listen to them because it's not Beneficial economically and in this situation. It's exactly what we're seeing. Play out where they let us know in advance that. Hey it's not going to go well for us we're heading toward mad max. Thunderdome part too you know and the but the reality is that people won't listen no because we have to generate money. I love also that this. Mit report came out pre amazon You know in terms of jeff bezos. Because the fact is that. Even when i see how that businessmen operates and all the boxes i have stocked up in my home and thinking of that and everyone else's home and just thinking of how much we waste and us. It's we're not gonna make it for very long and if not you know we need to be ready to fight and thunderdome right. I mean the the idea of infinite growth. Is we really think about it insane right. It's insane especially when growth relies on exploiting the planet and its natural resources. Those resources are finite And so when you think about The impact on agriculture for instance. Which is one of the variables that was looked at in this Follow up study. It all makes sense. I mean this is it. Uses all this fancy lingo but in reality. This is a very simple concept and we're seeing the ramifications of this system that you know we're seeing it in extreme weather conditions were seeing it in you know infrastructure not being able to withstand the conditions that we're dealing with so i also want to talk a little bit about the time line right because it's not like we get to twenty forty and the world ends. No that's not what. The researchers are saying here so harrington found in the mit world three models collapsed does not mean that humanity will cease to exist but rather than economic and industrial growth will stop and then declined which will hurt food production and standards of living in terms of timing. The business as usual scenario shows a steep decline to set in around twenty forty. But to be honest with you. I feel like we're already experiencing that steep decline But it's not the end of the world right like so this doesn't mean oh my god. The situation is so dire that at this point we can do absolutely nothing about it. she mentions how technological advancements could actually help us in mitigating. Some of the consequences were experiencing but also in creating a more sustainable model right. But i mean we can't that would require like worldwide global cooperation something. That's kind of difficult to do. When the united states is still you know wanting to dominate and uses all sorts of hawkish rhetoric when it comes to china when it comes to russia when it comes to other major countries that whether you love them or not we you need to cooperate with them in order to combat climate change and the decline that. We're talking about here. So yeah so. I think again when people look back. Say wait to adrian. Why didn't they listen to the side. That's weird ninety. Nine percent of the scientists told them that climate change was definitely happening. What did you need hundred. Do they think that the the scientists in india and brazil and us and philippines were all lying about temperature records. Assane right and then they're going to see oh didn't even listen to the scientists when there was a pandemic and the scientists said where the mass get the vaccine. If you really know. I prefer to die. They they're really going to be confounded by how stupid. We are in present day. America and a lot of other parts of the world to be honest when it comes to climate change some countries are doing amazing work trying to fix the problem in a lot of countries are not and then it to another point by agent the greed is. That's why talk about how the stock market is basically agreed machine. It demands fifteen percent growth from each company every year. When you can't do that ages anna's right you can't have infinite growth. That doesn't make any sense. You're obviously set yourself up for some sort of collapse at some point right and then look. They'll only hope that. I have an weird kind of hope other than progressive saying over in american. Actually doing things that are saying is we have declining birth rates both in america and all across the world so nature's gonna find a way to begin to fix it and one of the ways is are you guys are not going to have kids anymore and so part of that is because of the pollution that we're putting out there plastic pollution and other factors. So we're kind of poisoning ourselves along with the planet and so then you might get equilibrium because we heard our ability to reproduce so much that well we consume less resources. Because there's less of us but that's not an ideal solution so we should get the point naturally not through pollution and climate change Then my last point is agents cat. Obviously one this video. That's okay so earlier. He was enjoying the story he was like. Oh wait what's going on with climate change. All right oh maverick. In fact he absolutely all right. So let's get to our.

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"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:45 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Back onto your bank and adrian when you guys tons of news casts for let's roll. Well what are the consequences of constant economic growth if you have an economic system like capitalism that assumes that year after year you need to see more and more and more growth well back in the nineteen seventies researchers over at. Mit looked into this and they found that if we keep going the pace that we're going in by twenty forty society will collapse and guess. What a harvard researcher decided to follow up on these findings and she found that. We're actually on pace. Meaning that these. Mit researchers were absolutely right. So let me give you these details Just to give you a little more context or more details about the study itself that was done by mit in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy two. A team of mit scientists got together to study the risks of civilizational collapse. Their system dynamics model published by the club of rome identified impending limits to growth that meant industrial civilization was on track to collapse. Sometime within the twenty-first-century due to this is important over exploitation of planetary resources. Let's say it again. Over over exploitation of planetary resources Now were experiencing the ramifications of climate. Change as we speak. Let me give you the details on the analysis. That was done Later by harvard researcher so the current business as usual trajectory of global civilization is heading toward the terminal decline of economic growth within the coming decade and at worst could trigger societal collapse by around twenty forty so the harvard researcher that we're talking about here. Her name is guy harrington and her new analysis examines data across ten key variables namely population fertility rates mortality rates industrial output food production service. It up food production services non-renewable resources persistent pollution human welfare and ecological footprint. She found that the latest data most closely aligns with two particular scenarios Business as usual and comprehensive technology so business as usual is what we keep hearing about in regard to covert ending and everything going back to normal but what are the consequences of that. Can we actually just go back to normal Based on these findings. No there's some severe consequences to that so business as usual and comprehensive technology scenarios show a halt in growth within a decade or so from now both scenarios thus indicate that continuing business as usual that is pursuing continuous growth is not possible even when paired with unprecedented technological development and adoption business as usual as modeled by limits to growth would inevitably lead to declines in industrial capital agricultural output and welfare levels within this century. So i've got more details about this. Jank wanted to get your thoughts so Situations before ending and often adrian. So look there. She's saying there that they were right. Nineteen seventy two. But there's a separate story in the news today about the amazon and they're saying no we were wrong. It's happening quicker than we realized. And so some of the things that we thought were going to happen way later have already happened. So for example and some of.

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"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

08:31 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

"On the turfs. Jank an-and adrian with you guys So lots of stories to solicit do it and let's all right well. There's a breaking news story that i'd like to cover And unfortunately it's a bad news involving daca so breaking news story. A federal judge out of texas has ruled that dhaka the program that essentially allows Immigrants who have been brought into the country illegally as children and remain undocumented needs to end He considers it illegal and as a result he will ban any new applications for potential daca recipients. Now as this ruling stands right now it appears that the current daca recipients will be allowed to remain meeting that their permits to be in the united states will not be revoked but who knows what the future entails in regard to this program. I do want to give you the reasoning from this. Judge and his name is judge andrew. Hannon he was appointed by president. George w bush and he ruled that congress had not granted the department of homeland security the authority to create daca and that it prevented immigration officials from enforcing removal provision of the immigration and nationality. Act in fact in his decision he wrote quote. Congress has not granted the executive branch free rein to grant unl- to grant lawful presence outside the ambit of the statutory scheme and He essentially says that congress remains the only body that would provide a permanent solution for these dreamers. Right again these are undocumented. Immigrants who were brought into the united states as children and daca was really the only program that kind of protected them from getting deported. It was passed through an executive order by the obama. Administration trump then comes in and tries to end the program but the supreme court blocked tim from deporting daca recipients and so now we have this situation going through the federal courts with a federal judge in texas ruling that the the program or the protection for dreamers is illegal. We have a totally broken system. Major. i mean we have the we were supposed to protect these dreamers decades or we're supposed to pass a law so you didn't have to go through executive order is et cetera and in the beginning the republicans that. Oh yeah yeah. We'd love latinos and of course no problem right and then when he came to vote or like. Oh no we hate them. We were just kidding. That was just for elections Of course we vote. No we'll never let you pass it. And then trump of course gonna dude. He's going to do the opposite. He he called all immigrants coming in from the southern border criminals and rapists. He said. I suppose there's some good ones. Why are you not merciful. Right so we. It looks like we can't do the simplest things like just just basic human decency that by the way an overwhelming majority of the country agrees with. I've seen polling near eighty percent on this issue. But what do we do. What do we live in a democracy. So adrian as usual the bad guys come out on top. Yes they do. Unfortunately it does seem that you know in creation of daca that the obama administration was really trying to do something significant and also impactful. That would just be good for the nation and then having biden also try to bolster that when he came into office but the reality is if in the event that this judge's ruling is accurate in congress did not create that kind of wide authority of powers or the executive branch to go ahead and go through with it. Then it will lie with congress and you know what we've seen so much in terms of getting things through congress that actually help and benefit the people and so i don't know necessarily if they can help bolster daca but at the end of the day in the event that congress doesn't do something it's gonna end up for the supreme court again and i can't guarantee that it would survive another challenge especially given that conservative swing that it really seems accorded leaning in that direction without fail no exceptions. You know to be honest. I have no idea how this right wing. Supreme court would rule on this because there's kind of something happening That threatens the economy that conservatives are panicking about and that's the fact that for the first time in two thousand twenty the. Us population actually went down right of course because of corona virus but also because people aren't having children because why would you in this country that provides no social safety net and really gives you know incentives to have children. There's nothing to to to support people who want to have kids so the birth rate is down. The population is actually declining in the united states. And from what. I've been hearing from conservative lawmakers and also conservative. Podcast which yes. I do unfortunately force myself to listen to them they're panicking about it. you know. and they're like what are we going to do. We need if you have an aging population. It's going to hurt the economy. So there's that part part of it. I don't know if that's going to factor into the supreme court's decision however i do want to bring something up in regard to this federal judges decision. Because i don't i don't disagree with the reasoning here but we have a system of government now. That's so incredibly broke it right. Congress is supposed to pass legislation to protect doc recipients. there should not be This unlimited amount of power in the executive branch were all these decisions get made by stroke of the pen by the president of the united states. I think that's wrong. We're supposed to have a system of checks and balances but congress is useless. Congress is divided. It's useless it's completely bought off by corporate interests and so they don't they. Don't ever do anything. That's actually useful in the form of passing legislation to provide protections for people including dhaka recipients. So we end up in this awful situation where now the courts are striking down these executive orders that are important. It's really our last resort but again the reasoning or the rationale in this ruling is sound in my opinion right but the problem is we have a broken system with an awful congress. That's never going to do anything. That's right in terms of immigration. So lastly let me just agree. With both adrian and anna. So i think adrian's legal analysis is correct. So if you can't do it this way then you should do it regular order. Which is an american. You're supposed to pass laws right right. And so passed. The goddamn law and agreeing with anna. Well democrats i mean you is useless overall right but democrats you now have control over. All of the branches of government accepted supreme court. So you got the presidency. You got The house and the senate. If you don't pass any of these easy laws these are these are bare minimum promises. Protected dreamers fifteen dollar minimum wage for the people where you protect voting rights and and they infrastructure building. You promise right. If you don't pass these behrman men we're not talking about medicare for all we're not talking about other things that you promised as part of biden's agenda talking about just like the easiest ones if you don't passing one of those little own all of those. Yeah then. The voters are going to correctly conclude that you are useless. And they're going to incorrectly. Try the republicans again and republicans. Don't want any of those things past and Support unpopular positions but the vote. You put the voters in an impossible spot where they go well. If i vote for you again. I know i'm going to get nothing. So what's the point right. So democrats either do something or give up as a party led progressive takeover which would be infinitely because we're ready to do a lot of things on behalf of the american people all right. Well let's take our second break. When we come back we have more news for you including A follow up on a an mit study. That was done in the nineteen seventies. That predicted societal collapse by twenty forty researcher at harvard. Followed up on that and found out while you're gonna have to come back. And i'll tell you.

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"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Media is even more correct because for their own agenda there brainwashing. You so we talk about the cult of trump and that definitely exists right but the original cult is mainstream media telling you corporate rules awesome. The status quo is wonderful and you should trust establishment and all these corporate politicians. And so when you got brave comics like bill berg saying no. Don't believe the height obviously reminds me of george carlin and they're both right and and and that's why the daily show did so well because you need the comedians to tell you because the news people or fake. I mean it's in a lotta ways is true. They're either fake towards corporal or their fake towards donald trump and his personal rush so everybody typ dot com slash polls. It is super interesting whether you continue to cover the atrocities of donald trump. Going forward or you try not to and remember if we stop. It doesn't mean. Cnn is gonna stop and so that's why it's even more complicated. Yeah i mean exactly. I mean how do you like rebut the lies Coming from right wing media because they're going to continue doing their thing. So it's dan if you do damned if you don't but i will say on a very personal level. I know not everyone agrees with this. Trump stories are super boring. That coup story from yesterday. Like i didn't wanna do it But jake finds it interesting stuff to say about it for me. It's like oh a bunch of generals decided to stay quiet during the trump administration. And now they're trying to sell a bunch of books and they're saying that they were about another coup anyway But we've got that story coming up in the second hour where you'll get more details on it for now. We'll take a quick break and when we come back. There's a breaking news story involving daca. That i'd like to cover back.

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"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:06 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Pow power panel. Jake uber one panel long-time lors top. Now come on. It's going to get any better than this. probably not. probably not as good as you're looking at as as good as it gets a adrian. Great thanks for having me from our guys. Look this show has amazing stories. You stumbled onto a ridiculous show. Okay so the bill. Burr story in this hour along with everything else is amazing in the second hour. Trump's trying to coup tucker. Carlson turns out hates him. Spill the drama filled with fun. But you know members your lucky day the out of all these amazing stories and best most probably in the bonus episode. They've started arresting people for smiling at cop's okay. It's amazing it's an amazing story and it's real so anyways to get to so let's get. Let's do it. let's get to it. Casper go let's do it. Let's get to it Let's begin by discussing how stimulus money is going towards subsidizing rich people and their tax cuts so republicans who want to use the pandemic relief funds from the joe biden virus. Relief bill to subsidize tax cuts for the rich. Look like they'll be able to do so even though there. Were supposed to be safeguards in place to prevent this from happening now. The treasury department under the vita administration has essentially indicated that they will not enforce some of the rules pertaining to how that state funding can be spent which basically opens this pathway for these a republican state legislatures to use some of that funding in order subsidize tax cuts for the wealthy. So let me set this up. Give you a little more context. Then i'll give you some specific examples of what Various states are doing so. The american rescue plan passed in march delivered. Nearly two hundred billion dollars in aid to states with a number of stipulations. About how the funds could be used including a provision designed to prevent states from using the money to cut taxes now The problem here is that they draft the bill. They're about to vote on it. And then democrats realize all wait. Wait we gotta do something about the fact that republican lawmakers on a state level might want to take the stimulus money in subsidized tax cuts for the rich. So let's put something in here a provision if you will That prevents that from happening. A- last minute provision added to the american rescue plan by senate majority leader chuck schumer was intended to prevent states from using the influx of federal aid to subsidize these types of tax cuts but the in term rape published by the treasury department to enforce this provision seems to have been written broadly enough that even billions of dollars of regressive.

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"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"daca" Discussed on The Young Turks

"If you're looking for the next best thing to invest in try investing in your long term health with forward forward is intelligent medicine with a personal touch. Their doctors are dedicated to catching top killers. Like cancer and heart disease early which could save you. Tens of thousands of dollars in the long run so invest in a doctor. That's invested in. You visit go. Forward dot com to learn more about how forward can help you manage your long term health risks for one flat monthly fee. That's go forward dot com. Hi jake jaeger. Host young turks one of the things that makes it possible for us to make. This show is selling sponsorships to advertisers. Now one of the things that would be helpful in getting more sponsors is if you tell us a little bit about who you are now. It's important note that you don't have to. We're not taking your information without asking you here. We are actually asking. And if you're open to it share a little bit about who you are and that'll help our team so much so you could do that by filling out a quick survey. Ty t. dot com slash survey. The questions are about you. Demographic information and information that's helpful to the team that works with sponsors for the show and if you're someone who wants to buy ads you should definitely get in touch. The survey will only take a few minutes. And it's an easy way to help the show. That's ty t. dot com slash survey. It's also the descriptions of the most recent episodes if you listen to an older episode. Thank you and stay tuned for the rest of the show within. Yeah let's do it. Let's drop it pow.

Interview With Yessica M. Avila Barojas, Poet, Creator

Influx Collectiv: The Podcast

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Yessica M. Avila Barojas, Poet, Creator

"You so much for being here with us today yesica. I like to start off with asking. How are you feeling today. I got used to saying. Okay saying okay for like the whole year because that's a loaded question. But i think over okay. I wonder. I don't know if you wanna go into that a little bit more. But i found that answer quite interesting. Can you tell us a little bit more about what you mean by. Okay yeah. I just feel like especially at work. We use mabrukeh groups in all of this during staff meetings. But we don't go into the deep. Nor would i feel comfortable sharing some of the stuff. Some of my coworkers solid at times. I have to say i'm okay. And then what people that. i am closer with. I can elaborate more on like what it is behind that. Okay but that behind. Okay we'll take more than five minute discussion. So that's why i got used to say the. Yeah and i mean okay in the sense that i am here and i feel very fortunate to be here and there are things todd like outside of my house i like happening but in here. It's safe and it's okay in that alone is it's not great but it's this holding onto the okay. I really like that. I'm like i wrote it. Down us is holding onto the okay. That sounds really cool. So can you tell us just a little bit about you. Sure my name. My full name is yes. Avi lombardo has i was born in awe decided. I could lose. My family. Mine came to this country. When i was three years old. So i've been raced in la for most of my life and then in my mid twenty s. I decided to leave home. once. I got daca. Free So then i moved to san francisco oakland in an portland. And that's where. I met my my partner who is not my wife and now we have a one year pup. So that's that's what happened during the pandemic

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Allyship Fundamentals - Mike Moskowitz

Judaism Unbound

02:29 min | 5 months ago

Allyship Fundamentals - Mike Moskowitz

"Moskowitz welcome to judaism unbounded so great to have you. He's still for so. I'd love to start with a question that i'm sure you've been asked a million times. But basically how did an ultra orthodox rabbi come to be the scholar and residence for trans and queer studies at a progressive judaism synagogue that is actually the largest lgbt synagogue in the world. And i think what are the first so how did that happen. Rabbi hyman and i met in the back of a police wagon where we both got arrested for civil disobedience over daca. It was in dc about three and a half years ago and in the back of this police wagon. We are all in handcuffs. And there's five melded a vying folks on one side makita a metal partition in the middle of this police. Dan and then five defying rabat's on the other side and rabbi climate says you know bunch of to share toronto share and it's a captive audience role in hand and i just read an article in gender and clothing and so i share these thoughts with her and through the course of the afternoon where we were massive warehouse in also separated by gender. She a little bit of my story. How is a rabbi in harlem at columbia and was now working at a deli lakewood new jersey. I've taken off the day to get arrested. And she got together and created this position for me. Because i wasn't able to find a job in the radio world anymore because of the positions taken very publicly Those positions for me came about As it does most people as a function of proximity someone in my family transitions at a student. Congregation who had transitioned really wasn't kind of authority and also works representation within the rabbinate to create a sacred space for people to be who they are without having to choose between a gender identity and religious identity. In so i kind of started the occupying that space void and cdc showed up as as my ally to give me the platform in the agency to able to do that. It's been a fantastic relationship. That's i think has been surprisingly simple. It actually lacks the complexity of what i think. Most people would assume would be awkwardness of being in both of those spaces. Because i think. Cbs team particular frames. Judaism as being in relationship with tradition. And god it really allows for the commonality of individuality where we're all struggling were journeying. Were also exploring And that way were all equal

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How to Choose and Use a Contouring Concealer

Beauty IQ Uncensored

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

How to Choose and Use a Contouring Concealer

"Would you choose a shade and a conceal it. And how would you place it to get a countering effect. Yes sorry i like to about three shades daca because remember. You're going to blend it out and i will generally use something really lot and julie length of formula today too mac because you want it to be really malleable and you wanna be able to blend in with your normal foundations. What i like to do is if you touch cheik barn with your finger. There's a tiny little ridge underneath each shake. Burn your finger. Can just slide into an unusually ranjha travis. Sorry i lacked to pop three little dots or a really skinny lawn just just underneath in that little ranch and then you can blend that the using like a kabuki brush a beauty blend out your fingers about the best way to just start with a little bit of product and if you want more you can always add more less. He's

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How to achieve more with marketing automation

99 Challenges

05:20 min | 8 months ago

How to achieve more with marketing automation

"Hello and welcome. I'm your host. Peter bank founder offended or consulting in. Today's we will talk about email. Marketing and marketing automation as marketing. Tools are getting better and better. Much of the marketing activities can be able to meet it. But do we need to automate everything that we cannot meet if so how can we stop to discuss the best practices. I invite enjoy keller. Cto of friendly of brazzi friendly marketing automation company. Straight out of switzerland. Hey joey welcome to the show. It'll be third year awesome. So let's start with a big intro. What are you doing. What's what's your journey. How did you end up friendly and more importantly while the friendly do ideal. Short niger me. Let's put it this way. I did send a lot of emails. Allen's working for america marketing company. we're focusing on email marketing a lot so i learned a lot about emailing in boxing least managements and then back to work in euro ethnically. I didn't move. Because i'm the same place but i joined friendly last year. Actually today the at one years old soins manipulation Thank you. I am the cto friendly in responsible or infrastructure warning our clients and in general. I'm responsible for their success. Automation and also the assistant perfectly within the martic officers project monarchy's softer trendy. Automate is based on in france. First base price pricing tools. We also have the analytics which is a calculus picks competitor. I'm insane so we are focusing. Most up been sore so you can check out on sale also than company which means you can see how much we earn how much we spend. We nothing. We have nothing to what that i saw that on the website. It's is everything is super transparent. You do do share everything. Which is i think it's amazing. I only so this type of transparency. Approach i at with buffer where they share pretty much everything about their company on how they are doing and then he turned to most of the indie hackers. And the in this daca preneurs day. Also do sheriff thing and i just glad to see the friendliest part of that network to green jacket and you see conversation piece and how do you. So who are the decline of friendly. So how do you help them. Mostly small businesses are medium sized businesses. Why they're coming to you. So people are coming to s- clients coming to us because they realized that they need marketing automation. The funny thing is that most of these companies don't even know what marketing automation as point. Because it's a boss for everyone's talking. I wanted to as that than another text savvy. Startup companies do understand and use automation every day but business and medium size businesses who are not like super tech savvy. They don't really know. What is the marketing automation. In the general heard about divert of course because it's a buzzer But they don't know what they can out mate. Yes so marketing automation. Is beth. nissen so you're trying to have you are trying to deliver the right message at the right time to the right people. That's what marketing automation as most often is actually do it without knowing boy. Thank carbon colori process. Someone doesn't finish shopping abandoned. That's mitch or thursday. Happy birthday discount. It's an automation because each happening on certain time certain triggers. It is not a personal email. The exact opposite will be sending your newsletters although that's also part of the marketing automation tools. Because it's very important for people to understand with opening emails. And he's not so. I bet to question what he's marketing automation. I didn't start. We not what. He's not going to do when i first heard commissioner In quantum comes out and people are so. That's not what it is. It won't replace any traditional marketing tools. Enhance them. It won't try to at least make tools. Yes for them. We in fact we have a. We have a army switzerland that A great company needs ways doing that but aren't In the general marketing automation tool stone generate content medically and it. It was replaced human touch. Also when it comes to sales and especially customer service so you can fire your customers jobs agent just because you can young mission you can make your life easier. You can have better customer journey custom better. Customer experience more efficient more sales more of sales process. Soak what he does. Let's say let's divide yourselves. Girl says into tweet speak version. Activates ample storage so for pico version. You can do a bunch of things you can make them aware of your servants friendly ultimate also tracks your needs on the website. So we know what they do. And based on that we can create personas

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"daca" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"daca" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The legality of daca was never challenged here okay the ability of the administration to get rid of daca was never challenged they tried getting on a technicality and this court basically got off on a technicality wrongfully but doctor was illegally established in the lawsuit that challenged daca can now come back because it that was still in place and that the states that sued three four years ago certainly have the ability to say see we we're going to negotiate a settlement with you if you got rid of it now it's back we're going to see you again and this is gonna have to wait another two or three years and then more importantly there's a precedent that's established any administration now can set up an illegal program at the end of the administration they just say aha what we're gonna do is we're going to create rights for second amendment you know second amendment rights for concealed carry organised Abbas national program allowing this doing this and doing that just whip it out of thin air as much as you and I would love to see that I'm just using that as an example because she was on the other foot sure did a Democrat administration comes in it is assuming there's no hypocrisy here and I think that's a big assumption because liberal justices always bent over backwards and reversed themselves on when it when it suits a liberal policy that's why they're activist judges but if if that happened a new administration can't just simply say well now that we're in charge we don't find this program to be legal it's indefensible it's not something that was authorized by Congress so we're putting an end to it no you can't do that because you have to think about the consequences of ending in a legal program you need to think through the process of how to end an illegal program even though it was not a legally established program you need to present evidence that you getting rid of it is not arbitrary and capricious of course is not arbitrary capricious it's illegal much more do you need to talk about that's why this decision is so fatally flawed it's embarrassing it really is embarrassing to try to explain this decision the ticket the guy that I think picked apart the past was justice Clarence Thomas when he wrote is to dissent to this decision at you know justices when they vote against that decision have an opportunity if they want to write a dissent explaining why basically shaming them the other judges as to why they're wrong and I think justice Thomas nailed it he nailed it he said you agree that the administration had the ability to get rid of the program you don't opine as to the legality the program you literally come out and say yeah you ministration has the power to get rid of it because it was established by executive order can be eliminated by executive order and now you've established this president that's dangerous and more importantly you totally look over any door the fact that not one but two administration policy memoranda were were issued doing all the things you said the administration didn't do it's so disappointing yeah it's a religion of duty what president trump had some interesting things to say about what the Supreme Court justice said on doc I will share with you what he had to say we tweeted out that's next on the devour for first traffic in lower case this report is sponsored by the San Diego county BMW centers the single or has been canceled on the sixty seven that website traffic is flowing freely through there now there was an earlier brush fire that's been knocked down eastbound seventy eight still slow through San Marcos north bound fifteen you'll be on and off those breaks from the seventy.

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"daca" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"daca" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"They can do it the eyes of your hey Daca so friends. Yesterday's lesson values releases Eh media.

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"daca" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"daca" Discussed on 600 WREC

"DACA and really there throw long and edible. But let's just I mean excuse by grammar, I'm not that smart. I'm the agency. You don't have to apologize saying a piece, I'm not answerable edge here. Fine. Don't get into that. Just say your piece. I just I just I just think why not start four four these people if our government really because we have a federal court decision already that says, no. Okay. All right. But we we get here's what Trump could do. He could do either fi on everybody. That's got a job at our country. File actually can't because unfortunately, and he wants to change at the e verify is voluntary you believe that. It's what voluntary. Okay. All right. No. I other words he keeps saying our laws are screwed up. He wants to eliminate birthright citizenship, he wants to make e verify mandatory he wants to do all these things that we want him to do. But he can't he's boxed in. And so what he's saying is, okay. I'm gonna make a very modest proposal. We'll give it three year extension to dock in the other things I said, and I want the five point seven, you know, it's going to cost like thirty forty billion dollars everybody or twenty five at least. And that's okay. By me, as it is by most of us, that's national security. That's fine rather than blowing it on give money to Iran, or whatever the point is they will not permit. They control the purse strings, so he's trying to negotiate. So when you get idiots, and I don't mean. And you, sir. Who have who who who had? They public presence of some sort. Why I don't know who say he's a Sal app. He's this he that they have no idea on what he should do not. Why why is it that Americans have law that we have to follow? But twenty to thirty million illegal aliens don't have to follow a law. I don't understand that. I I.

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"daca" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"daca" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Or even years, and he came out. He said, yeah, I did say that. I did. I said I would do that. I said, yeah, I do that. Maybe potentially. So months or even years. I don't think it's going to be that long. And I'm telling you, the DACA important if. Daca rule if the court rules in his favor on DACA. What will the Democrats do because remember Trump when all of this? I started with the whole DACA thing. He offered them double what they asked for. And they turned it down. At that point in time. I think they thought well they rule in our favor since then a lot has changed. And if they rule in his favor. Then what? Because these DACA recipients are going to be looking up and saying you better fix this. Help us sort this out. There are he's offering it this. And if they don't take it that's on them. That's on them. But like a lot of things when it comes to politics. Now, we wait for the court to decide for all of them, the panic then the move gets made. That's what it is three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. So today because you know, will they impeach won't they peach could they impeach might. It happen won't it happen. What's going on with Muller's allow Bob Muller to.

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