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"daniel mary" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"daniel mary" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Wow thank you so much. I've loved it. That came about through My friend ron minor. Tj indiana jones. Who you know in the past year. Yeah i know it's crazy when you start talking about these people that just don't seem far away in your life not with us. But anyway rahm was ryan festivals. Chicago was living in indianapolis at the time. And and ron I knew and it brought him to new york and we just saw hanging out. I just love the way that he just like. He just liked all this weird other shit too. Because i'm good at making straight up the middle music at to a fault. I can't pick genre even within one song for me. Rife has had a lot of fun together. And then he kinda came on the road and then we had a labels report out his record and yeah yeah was. The lido was that the only was his record. Only record that came out on that label or anything else daniel. Mary weather like damn era. Right and i while album. Wait a minute yeah. I've i've told forgot before. He wins. Everyone was way better after they left us x. Dammar the soda of records. That was that was doors. Right on. Chainsaw was my. I love that song. That's great daniel. Love listening to this. Wait a minute damn. This is killing me now. Because i was on the impression okay. I'll admit there's a lot of like transparency admissions by quest. Love this episode yes. Of course i when. I saw your legal name. I couldn't for some reason to just read dildo to me. Wow what i didn't. I didn't expect that the thing is that. When i read it again i was like oh all i do. 'cause he probably loves it for stevie wonder record. What is the name of your label. That's the thing it was. All i do for the stevie saw but the first records that saigon you know put out a few signals with us and he would just yell out alito like at the end of the sun. Where like okay. Well the first person who said our name as public record is already said alito. You know it's not a great zephyr. Exactly what it was. I heard him say. And that's why i thought the label name was 'cause ramp highway two elite alito. Yeah yeah it's it's not a good sign when the people on within the label can't even agree how to pronounce this the title. So you know that's how was. But how did you say. Mark is the wide you name it. i. I don't know because dildo was already taken so okay let's I don..

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"daniel mary" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"daniel mary" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. It looks like a new political deadlock in Israel will lead to the country's fourth election in just two years, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will once again be at the center of attention and debate as he once again struggles to hold on to power. Netanyahu is the country's longest serving prime minister, but a long and ongoing corruption trial continues to cast a shadow on his administration. MPR's Daniel Estrin is in Jerusalem. He's here now. Hey, Daniel. Mary Louise. It feels like I was just talking to you about about elections in Israel and whether Netanyahu would would hang on. I know there's there's all kinds of complicated parliamentary politics in play here, but bottom line. How did we get back here again? Yeah, days of you all over again. Well, the government just was not going to last. It was a power sharing government. Netanyahu was supposed to hand over his job next year to his political rival. But no one really believe that he actually would, because it's in our interest is just to stay in power. So we did. He resisted passing the budget and this budget crisis led to the parliament dissolving and now elections are scheduled for around March. 23rd. On Well, you know, he might have an advantage here because elections give him a chance to win a new term to prolong his grip on power that could put him in a strong position. While he is on trial for corruption, it might even give him ways to get out of his trial. He said in a speech today that he will win reelection. He's confident he's been doing good things. He helped Israel get Putin beans, he's forge diplomatic ties with four Arab states. The truth is, though, that it will be an uphill battle. The pandemic will still be around during those elections, and Israelis are out of jobs. They're unhappy during this pandemic. And some are just plain sick of Netanyahu after more than a decade that he's been in power. Is there an obvious challenger out there who would be able to take advantage of this moment? Several serious challenges air out. Their challengers are out there. They're all right wing. They're all former Netanyahu allies. His main challenger is G. Don't sare, he says Antonio's time has passed. He's a political liability. He's got corruption charges, he says. Can't keep a government together, and polls are showing that that G don't sare and mostly right wing parties could band together and block Netanyahu's path to re election. Let's set aside politics for a moment and just consider the bigger issues at stake. What? What is it stake for Israel in all this? The big thing is whether Netanyahu will stay or go. I mean, he has Shaped who Israel what Israel has become in the last more than 10 years, and you know whether or not he wins more likely than not, there will be a right wing prime minister and power. Who supports Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank who opposes a Palestinian state. And so that could set Israel up on a rocky road with President elect Biden. Oh, all kinds of interesting issues at play there in terms of future relations with the Biden administration, MPR's Daniel Estrin reporting. From Jerusalem. Thank.

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"daniel mary" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"daniel mary" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I'm Brian Clark, President Trump lashing out on Twitter this morning over the results of the election writing he won because the election was rigged. Those airs first public Acknowledgments of jobs defeat to Joe Biden. But in a subsequent tweet, he said, I concede nothing is former national security adviser John Bolton tells ABC is this week, Donald Trump Lost what By any evidence we have so far was a free and fair election. There's been no evidence of alleged voter fraud in Bolton says it's time for Republican leaders to speak up if the Republican voters are on Lee hearing Donald Trump's misrepresentations. It's not surprising that they believe it. It's critical for other Republican leaders, T stand up and explain what actually happened. Public health experts say it's critical for the presidential transition to move forward is the nation grapples with the new phase of the Copan 19 pandemic? Dr. Celine Gounder, a member of President elect Biden's cove in 19 task Force, calls a lack of a collaborative handover of power quite shameful as to what the bidet administration could do about the pandemic. Come, Daniel. Mary, she says. I think you're going to see the president elect invoking the Defense Production Act. This will be an executive order to Marshall Resource is But right now cases are climbing in all 50 states is ABC is Trevor Halt. This week, More than half the country reported record hospitalizations and the constant strain on the front lines is undoubtedly taking a heavy toll but still seems like this continue to pop up what police described as a crowded and illegal New York City club. Health leaders say it's not enough to applaud the work of doctors and nurses. You have to do your part. By following the guidelines, new guidelines had to be introduced in Washington. A boring indoor gatherings and indoor dining space X Today it plans to launch four astronauts to the international Space Station from Florida. You're listening to ABC News. News radio. Wait, 40 w H. J s This is a Bloomberg money minute Public an electric scooter will care power. Jill or a trampoline with your bathroom faucet blows is adding holiday gifts to its lineup as people flocked to home improvement chains to fix up their work from home space. When you're going for that creature, and you see a table lined up with us for the holidays, you may be picking up one of those, and that just helped them build their basket put him. Doyle, retail analyst with Bloomberg Intelligence, says the virus has people looking for alternatives to experience oriented gifts and People are conservative about where they go out to eat. They're not traveling. So what are they going to do? They're going to shop and they're gonna buy things closes, joining drug stores, groceries and party centers, all trying to grab a piece of the holiday toy business. After the 2018 liquidation of.

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"daniel mary" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"daniel mary" Discussed on KOMO

"Oakville, the Northwest's on Lee 24 hour news station, Washingtonians about to find out what restrictions go in place very soon for Colbert from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark, President Trump lashing out on Twitter this morning over the results of the election writing he won because the election was rigged. Those were his first public Acknowledgments of jobs defeat to Joe Biden. But in a subsequent tweet, he said, I concede nothing is former national security adviser John Bolton tells ABC is this week, Donald Trump Lost what By any evidence we have so far was a free and fair election. There's been no evidence of alleged voter fraud in Bolton says it's time for Republican leaders to speak up if the Republican voters are on Lee hearing Donald Trump's misrepresentations. It's not surprising that they believe it. It's critical for other Republican leaders, T stand up and explain what actually happened. Public health experts say it's critical for the presidential transition to move forward is the nation grapples with the new phase of the Copan 19 pandemic? Dr. Celine Gounder, a member of President elect Biden's Cove in 19 task force, called the lack of a collaborative handover of power quite shameful as to what the bidet administration could do about the pandemic. Come, Daniel. Mary, she says. I think you're going to see the president elect invoking the Defense Production Act. This will be an executive order to Marshall Resource is But right now cases are climbing in all 50 states is ABC is Trevor Halt. This week, More than half the country reported record hospitalizations and the constant strain on the front lines is undoubtedly taking a heavy toll but still seems like this continue to pop up what police described as a crowded and illegal New York City club. Health leaders say it's not enough to applaud the work of doctors and nurses. You have to do your part by following the guidelines, new guidelines said to be introduced in Washington. Eight barring indoor gatherings and indoor dining space X Today it plans to launch four astronauts to the international Space Station from Florida. You're listening to ABC News. You surf the Web. There's lots to be wary of hackers. Advertisers predators they love lurking for your data. I found unprotected users. Let's see what I can steal. Thanks for your banking information. Mary Mark. Thank you for all your passwords, and especially those personal photos. What happened?.

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"daniel mary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"daniel mary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Indeed dot com slash higher. from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish and Mary Louise Kelley. There are so many Democrats running for president that when they meet to debate at the end of this month in Miami. They will be split up over two nights today, we learned which candidates will actually meet face to face on which night, NPR's Daniel Kurtz, LeBron is covering the twenty twenty campaign. Hey, Daniel Mary Louise. So how do they decide which we're going to be on which stage which night? All right. So a quick recap in order to even get to the stage candidates. Head to get sixty five thousand donors or hit one percent across three polls weather in early. States are nationally. Okay. Now of those twenty the Democratic Party and NBC, who's hosting the debate, they had to figure out, okay, how do we split these people up? There were trying to avoid things being off balance, right? The front runners on one night. Correct. Yes. So they took the eight candidates were pulling it above two percent, which is not huge threshold. They split them foreign four across the two nights than they split up the rest to do all of that. Splitting up. They drew at random and that random drawing. It just so happened, that it ended up putting four of the five best polling candidates on that second night, which leaves Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren, the highest polling candidate by a fair shot on that first night the goal like we were just saying was to avoid what the Republicans didn't twenty sixteen. They had the sort of main stage debate. And then they had what ended up derisively being called the kitty table debate that happened otherwise on the other night. Yeah. Okay. So I'm going to put you through a kind of speed dating. Are you ready to tell everybody night one? All right. So the first night, June twenty six you have Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey, Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts former Representative Beto work of Texas, Senator Amy klobuchar of Minnesota. Former Maryland Representative, John Delaney Hawaii, Representative Tulsi Gabbard, former housing and urban development secretary. Julia on Castro Ohio Representative Tim Ryan, New York City. Mayor Bill, the oh, and Washington governor Jay Inslee one, okay? Catch your breath. We carry on with speed dating. Okay. So we have Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Senator, comma, Harris of California. Former vice president, Joe Biden, south bend, Indiana. Mayor peop- digest Senator Michael Bennet. He's from Colorado, author and spiritual guru, Marianne Williamson California. Representative Eric swallow. Well, New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand entrepreneur injury Yang and Colorado. Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper, you're making me realize that if they don't speak as quickly as you do it's gonna take all night just to introduce an excellent point. Yeah. I mean, they're gonna have much time to talk and redo that night to you've got Bernie Sanders, Harris. Joe Biden hand Pete footage all on that stage, but the, the front runners, the lesser known candidates who just name, this is a big opportunity for them. It's hopefully is, I mean for a lot of voters, this is their introduction to a lot of these candidates and every year these debates create memorable moments. Think about twenty fifteen twenty sixteen Carly, Fiorina gotta pulling bump from some of those early debates Chris Christie and Marco Rubio, sniping at each other. Those things are things people remember. So this is an opportunity for people who are pulling towards the bottom to make a splash. And this depends on this could depend on what these people are on one campaign was telling me today, you know, being on that first night, where former vice president, Joe Biden is not means you have more oxygen. You have more room to really get your message out there and one thing I think one of the thing, I'll be looking for is what, how this affects the substance, people like Washington governor, Jay Inslee he has made climate change. Hit most of his campaign. He's on that first night. I wonder how much that could affect the bait on the first night. And you must be kind of excited city covering this to finally get see them all gathered in one place. Even if it's over two nights, absolutely in for a lot of voters, this is the first time they'll see even some of the.

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"daniel mary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"daniel mary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Said the renovations would widen the Long Island railroad corridor race, ceilings and bring in more sunlight tonight, mostly clear, a low around sixty one degrees and tomorrow, Saturday, sunny with a high near seventy six currently at seventy one degrees, partly cloudy skies over central park at five thirty five. Support for NPR comes from member stations and from zoom zoom offers cloud video conferencing, online meetings, and a video conference room solution in one platform, featuring digital video and audio with screen sharing. Account registration and more at zoom dot US and indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring, where employers can post jobs, and you screener questions to build. Their shortlist preferred candidates. Learn more at indeed dot com slash higher. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish and Mary Louise Kelley. There are so many Democrats running for president that when they meet to debate at the end of this month in Miami. They will be split up over two nights today, we learned which candidates will actually meet face to face on which night, NPR's Daniel Kurtz Laban is covering the twenty twenty campaign. Hey, Daniel Mary Louise. So how do they decide which ten we're going to be on which stage which night? All right. So quick recap in order to even get to the stage candidates. Head to get sixty five thousand donors or hit one percent across three polls. Whether in early states are nationally. Okay. Now of those twenty the Democratic Party NBC, who's hosting the debate they had to figure out. Okay. How do we split these people up? They were trying to avoid things being off balance right front runners on one night. Correct. Yes. So they took the eight candidates were pulling it above two percent, which is not a huge threshold. They split them for and four across the two nights than they split up the rest to do. All of. That splitting up. They drew at random and that random drawing. It just so happened, that it ended up putting four of the five best polling candidates on that second night, which leaves Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren, the highest polling candidate by a fair shot on that first night the goal like we were just saying was to avoid what the Republicans didn't.

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"daniel mary" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"daniel mary" Discussed on The Big 98

"Daniel Mary listen to me right now. Look at me when I say this eight and pizzas my pleasure. Right. We know it is. So you must love boom, BAAs craft pizza and tap house. The, the east Nashville location. Bouma's has that giant playground. So your kids be out there playing you can have adult conversation. Also a Jumbotron, the centerpiece at the Bellevue location of boombox. No, I ain't got no kids Springhill Murphy's borough ace, Nashville and Bellevue and brunch every weekend from ten to two at Bombay's. Is. Here's the bubble bone show show. Nineteen. Shutdown. Body. Can. Same. The keys. The keys. Mac? Me. Scott. John. Two key. Shift. Same moan. Bobby bone show. Let's box love shark and I guess they're coming to town. Yeah. Who's coming Mark Cuban? They don't tell you who's coming. They.

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"daniel mary" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

14:44 min | 3 years ago

"daniel mary" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The zero hour. This is Richard RJ at scou- Tacoma. Next guest politics reporter for the Huffington Post or huffpost would be doing him. And you the audience great injustice, he is so much more than that included among other things and old old friend and ally of this program. Daniel Marins is in fact, politics reporter for the Huffington Post and post and he's been doing terrific work. Are we wanted to have him on to talk about an interesting a new Bill that was recently released? Spearheaded by Representative John Larson in the house are on social security. So first of all Daniel, thank you for coming back on the program. Yeah. It's great to be here, Richard. I sense. A lingering loyalty to Arianna in the way, you have referred to my esteemed employer. And I'll explain what I mean. And and Troy actually your producer hit on that. When we were chatting before the show, which is it's now called huffpost. Because when the Queen is deposed you change street names. So. We took her branch. We wrote it for eleven years. And now, we're just off flake off the magic dragon. I'm sorry. That's the point is technically it's host. Yeah. I'm happy to be here. Well stomping grounds, I don't know if it's loyalty to Arianna. Although I'm sure she would interpret it the same way as you did. By it's habit. I think more than anything else. So it's huff post and huffing dragon is the brother of puff. They were huffing imagine. In any event. We are not here to talk, Arianna Huffington dragons putt to talk about something called the social security twenty one hundred acts. So tell us about it if you would. I will the social security twenty one hundred act is is a pretty ambitious Bill to expand benefits across the board and risk and close the program's funding gap. So that it would continue to be able to pay scheduled benefits for at least the next seventy five years, which is sort of what what all the various budget hawks who are always concerned about the future of social security say they want it would do that to ways and I'll get a little bit more into exactly how it increases benefits. It also cuts taxes income taxes that are levied on social security benefits. I'll get to that as well. But in terms of the financing mechanisms because I think that's an interesting piece of it. And it's something that in theory, would would would might might be the least sort of achilles heel of it. If we were talking, and let's say twenty ten or twenty eleven but seemingly is not stopping its momentum. Now, and that is that it would both lift the cap, you know, and as we know the taxable maximum on social security or or the cap as it's commonly called the amount of ordinary earnings are taxed with payroll taxes. The pain social security is now at one hundred thirty two hundred thirty three grand, and what Larson's Bill would do is you would create a new floor at four hundred grand where earnings above that would be subject to the payroll taxes and people get a little bit of benefits off of the earnings. They put into it on that. And he also would actually increase the overall payroll tax by. To point four percentage points now that will be split evenly between employer and employee, and it would be phased in over twenty four years, which Larsen likes to say for someone making fifty grand a year would only cost you fifty cents a week or a Starbucks Cup every nine weeks. So that's the long and short of it in terms of the benefits itself. The good news is I called it on Twitter. You've got sort of a tried and true classic which is switching to a new cost of living adjustment formula that experts believe takes into account the expenses of older folks to a greater degree. It's called the it's been experimental to this point in terms of how the bureau of labor statistics measures it, but it's it's called the consumer price index for the elderly and that would increase the social security administration estimates benefits by about zero point two percent a year, but that affect compounds, of course, it would create a minimum benefit such that no one remains in poverty while still in social security, and that's especially important for people with inconsistent work histories because social security takes your best thirty five years. Some people haven't been in sort of the above board workplace that long had lower earnings, and they end up with a social security benefit that's less than twelve grand. Which is the federal poverty level for an individual. And so it tops you off and says that there's a minimum benefit at one hundred twenty five percent of the federal poverty level takers with the benefit formulas. Well, so it takes up the replacement rate for your retirement earnings on on the low end of your earnings such that you get about a higher benefit of. Two percent on average. I looked at at some of the tables in the chief actuary scoring the social security administration's actions scoring for the poorest beneficiaries as they get into late old age. Assuming they claim it sixty five and they claim, you know, twenty thirty years from now relatives our current law. It could be as much as fifty percent benefit increase. Now. That's somebody that's making your benefit of let's say eight or nine grand or ten grand, but that's a huge impact on their life. And for other folks, it's it's generally more moderate, but it, but it manages to do that while extending the lifespan of the program and raising the income thresholds for income taxes on social security benefits, which is. In some ways, maybe a sop to the more. I guess I suppose you could say the more moderate side of the crowd who always loves the cut taxes. But it makes a good point, which is that the sort of bracket. Currently the exemption is I think frankly, the exact number escapes me. But I think it's like ten or fifteen granted your first hundred fifteen grand in your exam income taxes on your benefits. And that's hundred fifteen grand is your whole income. He would raise it to fifty grand for an individual underground for a couple, and he does make the point that that bracket. It was never indexed that that exemption was ever. So we're we're getting real walkers year. Right. I've laid it out. I would say it's not necessarily the most generous of the various plans I've ever read in terms of like benefit increases. But it combines it with this huge solvency extension and he's managed to get loads of moderate, Democrats and others on board. More than two hundred people. I mean, if you get more than two hundred members of the caucus on board. You can pretty much got everybody from every quarter. That many and you can you can also when you've got that many co-sponsors. You're you're pretty much guaranteed passage if it's going to I would think if it's going to go to the floor because you're co-sponsors alone. Get you a good part of the way, and how many people when a Bill comes to the floor. That's fiscally, quote, unquote, responsible and expand social security benefit. How many Democrats are going to save? Now. I don't want to sign onto that you really be stepping up to some trouble. So here's my take on everything you just said Daniel Mary's first of all as you well know entire debate around deficit spending and in federal budget, and so on it's changed dramatically in recent years. Social security is separately funded and it's paid for through payroll tax. So it's held to a higher standard than say, the military budget as as Anthony which would ban. Ebony Tony Bannon in Great Britain said no general said I'd love to bomb Baghdad, but I don't have the budget social security is how much higher standard this meets that standard. It. It nods to the center a little bit. Because a lot of people do complain about the taxation of that infants with considerable justification. And so it seems to me in breaking it all down. Maybe we'll go back a little bit to the details. But the gist of this seems to be that this is a very progressive Bill overall extends expand benefits, and yet it's been put together my oppression of Representative Larssen is and he has a moderate democrat in the current use of that term as not know, he's not on the left wing of the party, generally. But he's got a very progressive Bill that he's managed to make appealing to other moderate or centrist, Democrats because of the quote, unquote, fiscal responsibility dimension of it is that is that what you think is going on or not. Okay. So I would I would hit on a couple of things right there in terms of the bills appeal. I would just say that everybody kind of looking more and more like the sort of post twenty ten period of devastate hysteria in austerity was actually an aberration in the history of Democratic Party politics. People have figured out whether they're sort of classic corporate business friendly Democrats like Jim Himes, the former chairman of the new democrat coalition or Terri Sewell former Goldman Sachs. Bangor who represents Birmingham, Alabama or Qatar lab was sort of an original cosponsor and a co chair of the expense or security caucus that social security is a winner that it's it's a political winner even in tough districts, and so I would say that more than the fiscal responsibility itself is I think what's really behind this. And I think there's also just an understanding a greater understanding of the challenges in the retirement income and retirement security space. I would say the fiscal responsibility helps make it more palatable to those folks. And then to talk about John Larson for a second. I think that that's important. I spoke to him for this. This this story on Tuesday and. Was it Tuesday. I guess it was Tuesday. Yeah. And I said to him I was like when did you start introducing this? And he said twenty thirteen twenty fourteen your wasn't at the cutting edge sort of the folks that in two thousand ten twenty eleven who are really willing to throw down on this Bernie Sanders Keith Ellison role gras, you know, but but those guys wouldn't be able to I think commands this level of consensus. But even he admitted sort of Matic ways that the debate had evolved, and I think in trying to peg him within the House Democratic caucus. I wouldn't call him really. I guess I would call him a moderate, maybe by today's standards. Right. I don't think he's on HR six seventy six a single payer Bill. He represents the insurance capital of the country. And he's always in Hartford, and he's always basically been kind of like an old labor them leadership guy. You know, he was he's the former chairman of the House Democratic caucus, and that's you know. If you're that. And then you're chairman of the social security subcommittee on ways, and means it gives a good sense of where you stand. But given the fact that that Nancy Pelosi calls the shots. That's a damn good place to be and my understanding is Larsen and the progressive caucus feel pretty confident that this goes to a floor for goes to the floor for a vote and it passes eventually with giving enough hall passes to the ten or twelve Democrats who who who who they can afford to lose on that and more evidence of that was the fact that ways and means chairman Richard Neal or Ritchie Neil is everybody seems to call him was at the sort of big press conference roll out for this yesterday morning. He is. He is a. He he's a guy who is not exactly the leftist guy from Massachusetts. He's been around forever. It takes a ton of money seen as being cozy with the corporations, but social security that's one thing where he gets it or he'll certainly likes to convey that he gets it because he grew up actually benefited from. What was then the student benefit where his father passed away, and he was able to carry over children's survivors benefits to contribute toward his higher education. Just for a second. Y'all Ryan benefited from the same. Same social security feature and he tried to gut it anyway, so Lindsey Graham as well. Lindsey graham. Oh my God. So. In a couple of minutes, we have left I want to shift gears slightly because I on the same topic. Which is we could everything you're saying Daniel. Makes me think more and more about this idea. That's kind of been bubbling around in my head that there is a new kind of blue collar democrat being synthesized by history and events and politics and so on and that is the Connor. A lot of people tried to in the Democratic Party establishment tried to appropriate. Connor lambs victory is being victory for you know, in a blue-collar swing district. You gotta go conservative. He's one of us. But Connor lambs not only strong on social security and one of the driving forces behind the lie Larson bell. But he was also very pro union strong on some other, quote, unquote, left issues as prescription drugs drugs. You solid on. You've got you've got stories about Neil Ritchie Neo defined Pelosi are not slow walking some of these..

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