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Rabbi Dovid Weiss Hates the Existence of Israel

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 2 d ago

Rabbi Dovid Weiss Hates the Existence of Israel

"And this Michigan rally featured others controversial speakers Including rabbi David Weiss I told you This idea that all Jews think the same way He hates the existence of Israel He's attended Holocaust denial events With former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and former KKK leader David duke Rabbi Weiss Gave a gift to the head of Hezbollah an event in Beirut in 2018 Now this rally was held to commemorate what they called the nakba A Palestinian phrase for Israel's founding that loosely translates to the catastrophe It's affiliated with Talib and the other squad anti semites This resolution is just the latest in a long this is Lee zell and running for governor In New York of anti semitic and anti Israel statements and policies and actions by the most radical voices in the Democrat party And he's exactly right

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Parkland school shooting survivor David Hogg speaks out after Texas massacre

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

Parkland school shooting survivor David Hogg speaks out after Texas massacre

"The Texas school shooting is yet another event that's become the center of wild conspiracy theories and misinformation on the Internet After shootings in sandy hook and Parkland false information began spreading online and sadly the same thing started just hours after the horrific massacre in uvalde Texas even though governor Greg Abbott confirmed the 18 year old shooter was a U.S. citizen social media post speculated that the gunman was in the country illegally and went viral Others posted pictures of innocent people and discussed plans on 4chan to label the gunman as transgender without any evidence Arizona congressman Paul gosar posted

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David McCormick Takes Pennsylvania Senate Ballot Fight to Court

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 3 d ago

David McCormick Takes Pennsylvania Senate Ballot Fight to Court

"So what David McCormick team has decided to do is to sue to allow the ballots that were not hand dated To be counted That is the ballots that were stamped dated To be counted Of course he is support over at national review because Donald Trump backed Doctor Oz and they hate Doctor Oz by their legal aimless over there who claims that this is really a civil rights issue according to the federal courts There's no civil rights issue This is a black and white simple originalism issue And there is no reason to change state law There's no civil rights issue or civil rights violation And it is a material issue Whether you sign and date a document for all kinds of legal purposes including absentee ballots and the envelope in which those ballots are placed

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It's Time to Reenter the Gun Control Debate

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 3 d ago

It's Time to Reenter the Gun Control Debate

"Begrudgingly, we're going to get back into the gun control debate. We're now going to defend our rights against people that want to take them away. We're going to add clarity and we're going to add hopefully some wisdom to how we talk about weapons and how we talk about the Second Amendment against the highly emotional chatter that is going to enter the discourse. We are prepared for this. I lived through not just lived through. I was front and center on a lot of the sandy hook, sandy hook, yes, but Parkland shooting. I got to know Kyle kashuv and I remember being in Washington, D.C.. In fact, we're reposting a video of this. And I kid you not. There must have been a hundred, 200,000 people. Do you remember this? The March for our lives? David Hague and all these people that were being platformed by celebrities all around a massive push for gun control, which of course was just a midterm push for the Democrats. This was in February and March of 2018. If I remember correctly, Parkland happened on Valentine's Day of 2018. February 14th, 2018. And it just unfolded for months of gun control chatter. And I went into the streets of

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Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 d ago

Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

"A day after a mass shooting at a Texas school kills 19 children and two adults the Senate holds a hearing on a new ATF head Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee President Biden's nominee for ATF director Steven detel box as if confirmed he would advance the cause of public safety I vow to never let politics in any way influence my actions Senate judiciary chair dick Durbin says he's qualified and needs to be confirmed The spot went vacant for four years Why Because the gun groups wanted to go vacant They don't want a strong agency doing its job Ranking committee members senator chuck grassley says he has concerns about dental bock heading the ATF Biden had to withdraw his first ATF nominee after stalling for months because of opposition from Republicans and some Democrats the NRA claimed it campaign to keep David chipman from the post I'm Julie Walker

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Charlie Breaks Down Unique Characteristics of the Georgia Electorate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:47 min | 4 d ago

Charlie Breaks Down Unique Characteristics of the Georgia Electorate

"A fan of Brian Kemp, I've spoke about it openly and I believe that David perdue would be a great governor. Now, Donald Trump has endorsed David perdue as David perdue was mounting a primary challenge against Brian Kemp. But you must understand that the political landscape of Georgia is very much a good old boys network. It's a lot of local counties back slapping. Did you come to the local high school football game? Did you get good tickets at the university of Georgia football game? And I don't want to accuse Brian Kemp of anything illegal. That's not what I'm doing here, but it definitely is a patronage system in Georgia. Now, some states that really isn't the case. I can tell you right now, Arizona is not a good old boys network. There is that kind of McCain group in Arizona, but in Arizona, if you haven't lived here, if you just kind of moved here, you can, excuse me, you can kind of upstart and you can kind of run. Now you've got, of course, there's an establishment you have to navigate. But Georgia, it's a very much of a, who were you? Did you check the boxes? You know, were you able to take care of the right people? So Brian Kemp made a brilliant political move where he basically metaphorically neutered David perdue, where he put the more powerful Purdue, which was sunny perdue, I believe his name, which was, I think they're relatives on that mistake. I think their cousins and he appointed them to some sort of university board, which all but basically destroyed the fundraising ability of the entire Purdue network. So Kemp took care of a fellow Purdue in the family, which kind of, let's say, blunt was thwarted a lot of David perdue's ability to be able to continue to raise capital. Now, David perdue made a decision not to run for the United States Senate. That looks like it's going to be the great Herschel Walker. But Kemp worked the state, Kemp was able to maximize corporate donations. There's a lot of, there's a lot of powerful corporations in Georgia, CNN, obviously, is headquartered in Atlanta. I don't think they gave money to Purdue. Coca-Cola is headquartered in Atlanta, at least they said they hated Brian Kemp, Home Depot, was headquartered for quite a while in Atlanta, Delta Air Lines for a while was headquartered in Atlanta. There's a lot of there's a lot of companies that have a significant presence in the state of Georgia. It's a, it's always kind of prided itself on being a quote unquote, pro business state. To a fault, by the way, where Georgia invited Hollywood liberals for years via this phony and crony tax credit system where you bring in the Will Ferrell's and the Kevin Hart's of the world where they become like pseudo citizens of Georgia and they overly finance these elections. One of the many reasons why Georgia has become a battleground state which never should have become a battleground state. But

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Kemp wins Georgia GOP gov's race in stinging rebuke of Trump

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Kemp wins Georgia GOP gov's race in stinging rebuke of Trump

"The Georgia governor's race is a rematch of the close 2018 election between Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams Georgia governor Brian Kemp easily defeated former president Donald Trump's handpicked candidate former senator David perdue in the Republican Party primary camp immediately turned his sights on 2018 opponent Democrat Stacey Abrams who ran unopposed in the democratic primary The fight for the soul of our state begins to make sure that Stacey Abrams is not going to be our governor or the next president Abrams narrowly lost to camp in 2018 Four years later I'm going to prove that he was the wrong choice for Georgia Her top issue is to expand Medicaid to all adults She also of supports abortion rights and is opposed to a camp backed law eliminating a concealed weapon permit in public I'm Tim

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Kemp, Perdue duel could end with Georgia's GOP primary

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 d ago

Kemp, Perdue duel could end with Georgia's GOP primary

"One of the nation's most competitive political battlegrounds is serving as a test of Donald Trump's GOP sway The ex-president has been obsessed with Georgia since its leaders refused to back his baseless 2020 election fraud claims He handpicked senator David perdue to challenge incumbent Brian Kemp for the GOP gubernatorial nomination and that swayed both brodie Nelson and Pam letter to vote for Purdue Definitely did Absolutely But Purdue appears headed for a lopsided loss with voters like Nathan Johnston backing Kemp I felt like he did a good job The incumbent also got a boost yesterday at a rally carried on WSB Let's give a big Georgia welcome to former vice president my friend Mike Pence Who again broke with his ex running mate in saying it's time for Georgia to look at the future Sagar Meghani Washington

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                        Nazem Kadri records hat trick in Avalanche's Game 4 win: 'For those that hate, that was for them'

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 d ago

Nazem Kadri records hat trick in Avalanche's Game 4 win: 'For those that hate, that was for them'

"Nazam cadre nets a hat trick to lead the avalanche past the blue 6 to three at enterprise center giving Colorado a three games to one series lead Qadri's performance comes after he had dealt with off ice threats following a play in game three in which he had collided with St. Louis goaltender Jordan Bennington Great follow-up game So you know I guess I was and I needed some fuel and you know I was pretty upset You know for the last couple of days but it is what it is We got the wine that's what we wanted David perron scores twice for St. Louis Darcy Kemper is the winner in that Billy hussa would take the loss shots on goal favoring Colorado 37 to 20 Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Democrat Pollster Suggests Bloody Midterm for Biden

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:15 min | 4 d ago

Democrat Pollster Suggests Bloody Midterm for Biden

"Don't know if you've been talking about it. Have you heard about this new memo from Doug sosnik? No. Doug sosnik being very senior respected democratic pollster strategist was in the Clinton White House. That's where he became well known and in the 90s. Written this new memo to Democrats. And it's incredibly pessimistic. It says, look, basically, unless we can make something huge about a Supreme Court roe versus wade decision, unless we can pull a rabbit out of our hat. We are toast. And what he does was he lays out the mistakes that the Biden administration has made to bring Democrats to this point and I'll just the real short version is he starts off with a Biden honeymoon. Then July 4th of last year, Biden holds this Independence Day, freedom from COVID event in which he kind of declares the pandemic over and of course we know what happened then. There was a delta variant and then there was omicron. Let's just say COVID wasn't over. The next month is the disastrously bundled withdrawal from Afghanistan and people begin to question these are independents, some Democrats obviously Republicans, whether the Biden administration can confidently handle issues. So when inflation becomes really huge, Americans are worried and Biden suggests that don't worry, we're in control, we're in charge here. We know what to do. They're very skeptical about this because they have already seen what happened with COVID, and they've seen what happened in Afghanistan. Now they're watching it with the economy and they just have absolutely no faith in Biden or democratic efforts to handle things now. And he also said, do not think that voters are going to make their decision in the last couple of weeks before the election. They're making their decision right now. And as a matter of fact, it may already be made right now. This may already be said in stone. It's one of the more pessimistic democratic documents I've seen in quite a while.

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Conservatives Fight Back Against Corporate 'Wokeness'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:16 min | 4 d ago

Conservatives Fight Back Against Corporate 'Wokeness'

"With this whole corporate wokeness thing, I think a lot of conservative share my view that if you are a corporation who embraces this woke agenda who, among other things, subsidizes an assault on children and parents in public schools, which is what this gender bizarre nonsense really is. You are my enemy and I want to use all our political power to hurt you in retaliation to ensure that you don't do this again. It's not just live and let live. If you cross us, we're going to crush you. And that's what Ron DeSantis did in Florida. And frankly, I don't understand arguments that say corporation can use their culture and political power against us to achieve bizarre and damaging cultural goals. Yet I am we are somehow restrained from using our political power to defeat them. What do you think of that theory? Because I think a lot conservatives are beginning to subscribe to it. Well, there's been a long history of activist groups using boycotts to change the behavior of corporations. I mean, Jesse Jackson in the last 40, 50 years has spent most of his time doing that sort of thing challenging boards of directors, pressuring them, threatening boycotts. Companies do respond to that kind of stuff. And there's no reason that conservative groups couldn't do the same sort of thing. When you see something like this State Farm stuff and I think what we've seen is kind of a lot of business operates on fear, right? I mean, you've seen other businesses get swallowed up when some other company comes in does something better has a better idea, et cetera. So they will respond. So I think that this is actually kind of a healthy thing that we've seen after State Farm did this ridiculous thing that they've boom. They've completely 360 because they got some public exposure and pressure.

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Which Republican Will Hold Pennsylvania Senate Seat?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

Which Republican Will Hold Pennsylvania Senate Seat?

"Look, it's going to be Doctor Oz, or David McCormick. And they're going up against John fetterman. And the conventional wisdom is that either one of these guys can take him. Am I reading that right? I think the conventional wisdom is correct given the political atmospherics and just how competitive it Pennsylvania is in the year 2022, let's say versus the year 2002. Right. So 20 years ago, Pennsylvania was always just competitive enough for Republicans to challenge for it. Let's say in presidential contests. And it did send Republicans to Congress as a part of their Senate delegation. But the state really has become super competitive and the atmosphere for Democrats is just as bad as an atmosphere I've seen for a political party. I guess it's 2018 when it was that almost that bad. Well, look, but that's why I think Oz or McCormick is very likely to win the general election. Well,

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What's the Latest on the Pennsylvania Primary Race?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:31 min | 4 d ago

What's the Latest on the Pennsylvania Primary Race?

"Well, David, we have an embarrassment of riches today as far as topics go. I've got this list here. We can go through for an hour, but let's see where we're at. Let's start with Pennsylvania Senate race. David McCormick is a mirror 987 votes behind Doctor Oz and they are still counting. What do you think's going on there? Man, $64,000 question. It's possible that when all the votes are counted and the mcclernand will be on top, even if he's not, and I'd rather be awes of I had to choose at this point. I'd always really rather be the guy in front. Even if I've holds them off, there's going to be a recount because it's going to be triggered under state law. The candidate that's losing at the end of regulation can forgo the recount and just decide to lose. I just don't think that's going to happen here. Of course, the real news here is that the McCormick campaign is suing in state court to compel all 67 counties to count mail in ballots that were received on time and have no other flaw except for there is no gate handwritten on the outside of the envelope as required by state law. Now, they're using a you're the lawyer here, but they're using a decision rendered by the third circuit on Friday that have nothing to do with this election, but at 2021 election at Lehigh county Pennsylvania. It said such balance should be counted

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Alonso hits 3-run homer, Mets rack up 18 hits to rout Giants

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Alonso hits 3-run homer, Mets rack up 18 hits to rout Giants

"The mets racked up 18 hits including three home runs to route the Giants 13 to three Pete Alonso was three for 5 with three RBIs Alonzo and Jeff McNeil each with two run homers Mark kenna also went deep Francisco Lindor's double scoring two runs gave him 500 RBIs in his career David Peterson got the wind pitching 6 innings giving up three hits and two runs with 6 strikeouts Here to help the team win you know anyway I can and do my job every 5th day and focus on that Like I said one pitch at a time and help this team win Help us get to our goal The Giants have lost 5 in a row for the second time this season Alex Cobb gave up 6 runs on ten hits and 6 innings Ryan leong San

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Trump’s bid to reshape GOP faces biggest hurdles in Georgia

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 d ago

Trump’s bid to reshape GOP faces biggest hurdles in Georgia

"5 states vote today in primary elections and while Donald Trump is not on the ballot So Republican candidates he's backing are in Georgia Trump recruited David perdue to run against governor Brian Kemp because the former Secretary of State nixed his bid there to overturn the presidential election Former vice president Mike Pence was in Georgia campaigning for Kemp no matter who wins they'll face off against Stacey Abrams The presumptive democratic nominee since she's running unopposed in the primary for Secretary of State Trump has rallied against incumbent Brad raffensperger who also refused to support the former president's direct calls to overturn the election Raffensperger faces three primary challengers including Trump backed Republican Jody hice I'm Julie Walker

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Does Time Heal All Wounds in Elections? Chip Lake Weighs In

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:10 min | 5 d ago

Does Time Heal All Wounds in Elections? Chip Lake Weighs In

"Do you think you'll be different? If George was like Virginia that held an off year off presidential governor's race, I know Virginia, New Jersey, always hold that race right after a presidential that next year and it's always looked as a bellwether for that in Georgia. If we had done that, it would have been a year out less than 8 months from do you think the message would have been I mean, it would have been different or do you think it possibly but still be the same? You know, it's always hard to tell. I mean, you know, there's an old adage that time heals all wounds. I don't know that I buy that old adage. Time heals a lot of wounds, but it doesn't heal all wounds. And so yeah, look, what our state went through with as close as the presidential election was. And then with the two Senate runoffs that we had where we lost both of them, that was a lot for our state to go through. And so, you know, I do think we're in a better position today than we were in, let's say, 2021. And so, you know, I guess from a macro level, my answer to that question would be, yeah, I think we're, I think we will be in a better position in November of 2022 than we were in November of 2021. That isn't always the case, right? Because, you know, there are so many variables that go into why people vote. There are so many variables that go into the intensity of what the base has. And one of the reasons that I think Republicans in spite of having a. Very nasty race for governor between David perdue and Brian camp, one of the reasons I've always thought, even sent from the day that David got in that I've always thought that we could beat Stacey Abrams is because I think the environment in 2022 for Republicans, it might be, it could possibly be the best midterm environment that we've seen in our lifetimes.

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Ahead of Georgia primary, RNC chairwoman calls on Republicans to unite

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Ahead of Georgia primary, RNC chairwoman calls on Republicans to unite

"Voters go to the polls tomorrow in 5 states holding primary elections including Georgia where Stacey Abrams is running again Abrams is benefiting from being unopposed in the democratic primary for governor She's the presumptive nominee instead using the time to spread her message while Republicans have been fighting Polls show a tight race with Republican governor Brian Kemp narrowly ahead of David perdue who was recruited by former president Donald Trump Abrams campaign is sharpening attacks on both Democrats

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Clinton OK'D Leak to Reporter About Alleged Trump-Russia Tie

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | Last week

Clinton OK'D Leak to Reporter About Alleged Trump-Russia Tie

"So on the day we find out that Hillary Clinton personally approved of the Russia collusion hoax which was used to spy on Donald Trump that's a fact It's not open for any debate libs stop foaming wipe yourselves clean yourselves up It's disgusting That is not open for debate We have the name of the actual spy no serious person disputes that multiple spies actually It's not just one Let's ask our friend asra about that So they all know So the FBI and the DoJ were weaponized to spy on candidate Trump and then president Trump And now the FBI the DoJ others liberals they're pushing for a domestic terrorism outfit here In the United States the only Republican who voted for is not really a Republican at all again is the hapless Adam kinzinger And enter The New York Times who you would think people would be the unit sphere of people who you would think would be the most skeptical about concentrated government power Using a domestic terror label to shut down dissent would be the media Nope no way You're going to wait a long time if you're waiting for that Here is our useful idiot of the day The New York Times is David leonhardt Who in order to of course to advance you know here's what happens right The left wing really wants this domestic terrorism unit within law enforcement agencies in the United States because they need a reason to investigate more parents at school board Over anything CRT sexualizing your kids They need this There's an election coming up They need to throw more people in the January 6 gulag So they need this here Because there is no domestic terrorism statute per se So they need something

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"david " Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

02:48 min | 10 months ago

"david " Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"I would say classic movie at this point. Oh you hesitated. But i know why you it's not your well the guest. Today we should get to played your ball. I'm going a lot of tangents. Well it's early. Yeah your largest Yes our guest. Today is the very funny actor. I great actor and my friend. David kettner who played your boss in waiting awhile. Yes that was our chew. It's i don't know if it was the class. I did has because i think some people listening will think. Oh yes definitely classic and somebody l. will think i haven't seen that. Well it depends on your definition of classic. Dodgeball is more of a classic. Es because i think doug i'm galaxy. I think they're better movie. I do too By the way this takes nothing away from experience of doing that movie. I it was one of that. Might have been a heyday. I think that's the movie. It wasn't ryan reynolds heyday heyday later. He's in his. Is that that movie. I think is. It's good and funny but people hold it so dear people who were or or my guide in the restaurant industry. Oh are like the time so many people come over the years be like that means so much to me because i worked in that industry and like i could relate so all white guy i think four people in that industry. It is definitely a classic. He's been is he's been in everything. He is hilarious. In anchorman anchorman to make one of the best big comedies and command my life anchorman. Yeah it's very hard to beat that and there's some really funny stephanie. Committed to i'm thinking of when he goes back. He plays champ a champ kind. Yeah sports guy that's right and he's got a he's got a phrase his phrases whammy. Oh let's do it whammy. it's hard it's aren't. He commits hard. Well he's also such a great singer what he's like what he does with. His voice is incredible but he's he's like a real instrument him and we both do a show together called f for family He's played a very funny character in that we talked about that. We talked about waiting. We talk about really everything everything up seen each other. We check up you. So here's my checkup with the very funny kind. My friend my old friend my kind. Thank you dave. Kettner dream sweet hundred For meet again.

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"david " Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"david " Discussed on Photography Radio

"On a rock and the sandwiches than got the sun umbrella they got a rub floss hola and if they ask me once they must have one hundred times. How long is this going to take. We've only got stories. I think. I think they're not stand up snaps. They're not snaps their their their their their experiences. Third package there. There's a story with the morning. I mean there's a little bit of text. She introduced a new book with that says joining us all important walking nookie sitting waiting thinking rethinking and finally creation from putting brackets off the. If you're lucky goes it is a big journey. But i think is. I'm enjoying the journey. That's fine and and being aware that it's going work out David this has been remarkable. I have enjoyed every minute of this. The photography is fantastic. The insights are profound. Thank you very much more than welcome. I've enjoyed frames because photography the lungs on paper visit us at. Www dot read frames dot com..

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"david " Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"david " Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"David Asal on ABC radio. And welcome to Western Australia. Thanks for joining us here on ABC evenings and we were playing around with birds and songs and coming up with some lovely little combinations. Some dovetailing if you like. Of songs and birds, including the likes of Gala Lilia. Yes, that's a thinker or something like the look of Dove and paddle. I was a word that was used The bird that was used no less. And Tracy and Tim Byrne said David because I claim not to know apart alone, at least not to know exactly what one looked like. Diver, You shame on you, David not to know a Ozzy bird. You've probably seen plenty of Pablo's in your garden along with Ravens. In fact, I have been looking at Pablo's and spotted paddle. Oh, it is the most dainty bird. It is a beautiful little bird. It looks to me like a Is it a It's finch in shape, but it has this dusty city wing with White, the Nilla white ovals upon the serving in ascending size on its wing and a little vanilla streak across its eye and this beautiful Ah, some charcoal. Trying to come up the right word for it. It's it has like a frosting. To it with a golden breast. It's a gorgeous bird and try seek Take it all back. I need to know a lot more about Pablo's. Maybe we should get When we get growing long gone, he can tell us all about Pablo's and why I should know a lot more about them. We're gonna be migratory birds very short. They're going to hit off to Sumatra. It is for our founding translation segment. We have it every Wednesday night and tonight we'll be talking. About words that are both in Indonesian and some words that are in the language of lamp, all the lampoon language of Southern Sumatra, looking forward to hearing what those words are and how they can tell us so much about another culture. These are the words that have no simple translation in English. The words that always are the most. Insightful about how another culture think some breeze and talks and X Before we head off to parts. North. West. Let's go to a tune that captures the idea of travel. In keeping with the bird idea. It's from a Canadian singer called till Young Crazy horse, of course, is his backup bands come out in 2013. It's a semi autobiographical song, this one from that album, psychedelic pill on this, If you think about It is very much the road that they're Young has traveled. It's called twisted Road and a society comes out of an album called Psychedelic Pill, Twisted Road..

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"david " Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"david " Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

"My life to disrupt to calls me vibe higher And to start to start learning to to be grateful and appreciative even in the even in the mice to irritating and frustrating moments like most people would be pulling their hair out having to wait an hour on a call. Yeah I was in the first hour. I wasn't after that I was fine. That's a gift. That's a gift to be able to buy a higher in the face of something like that for sure for sure. Any words to wrap up Matt. It's been great being on the show. David I'm always a pleasure to talk with stream and I think you know what the the message I am. Taking with me today and for and for this week is kind of person. Do I want to be at the end of this? I should start being that person now and start training to be the person I want to be when the reset is. Because that's the way we're going to create. The future is by starting to live day to day. Good very wise words and you obviously a time master. That's always always Lynn. Yeah well that's what we do in the mastery group. We're always learning and teaching each other. It's a mastermind of how we're continuing to co creating this amazing practice that that gives us these tools and it's not about a life of perfection but it's a pretty pretty nice way to live life so I'll take this opportunity to thank you for being on you'll be returned to and thank everybody for listing. I appreciate you also very much on this day. I'M GONNA stay..

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"david " Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

09:30 min | 2 years ago

"david " Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

"Health. Set your focus toward your abundance allowing the universe to truly care for you. Set your focus toward not fear but optimism set your focus toward. What did work well for you during this time and and allowing more of that and that will shift the vibration of planet Earth. Yes thank thank you and I think it's important to could you spend a little bit of time. Just explaining to the views some of whom listeners. Some of you might be knew that when you were talking about our vibration and when you're talking about spiral and when you're talking about our intention you doing so in reference to the energetic realm we are all part of and that That focus on the on the emotion on the energy. I leads to better outcomes in the physical could you? Could you explain that a little bit? Please everything is vibrational. Everything and everything is is a physical interpretation or a manifestation born of consciousness and when you speak of the energetic around the energetic round is indeed consciousness it is thought we are thought and your core. You are thought your consciousness you are not physical eternally. The physical realm is created via the energetic realm. So whatever's going on if you will energetically whatever. The focuses energetically will create new physical. In fact all of your world everything that it is. Tangible that is physical in the universe was created. I thought desire for physical existence and of course the physical existence is impacted bipolarity the positive and negative flow of energy that keeps everything in balance universally positive flows the negative the the negative creations in a physical environment will inspire new positive creations. And that is your expansion. That is universal expansion. Indeed that our expansion that expansion is created via your experiencing physical discerning and we say your we mean you individually and collectively in fact it works the same universally for from your own physical bubble of reality the reality that is your planet to the reality. That is your what you call your solar system to the reality of the universe and beyond that and it all works the same the the physical versions the physical manifestations borne of thought are contracting environments. Where both positive and negative occur. But you will notice and there's evidence all around you that negative is not as powerful as positive negative things come through and create storms. The storms clear the path for new positive growth. Every single time in your life. Be a thought all the way to to your personal life on every topic to your town to your your country to your planet. Negative comes through create some destruction but destruction has always temporary for your all eternal and that destruction inspires new creation. Something bigger something better and improvement a better version of an improved version of a bigger version of this is your nature. You are all expensive by nature as we are and the desire for that improvement that correction is new creation and that creates the expansion of the entire universe beautiful message. Thank you speaking of polarity. David had a quite a polarizing event happened in his in his life his identity stolen and it was quite a scary experience. And it's quite a frustrating experience trying to work through that some people asked if he is generally up his spiral and if he is a master of the tar practice wise he manifesting such an unwanted thing in his life. Do you have any guidance? On why sometimes even when we're doing the work and when we try and be super positive why do we still have these difficult things that happen in? Al Lives because the difficult things ultimately serve you in those of you that are that are deep into the Thai practice. You have been guided to look at every negative thing for its service even if you do not come to comprehend that right away in fact for David this is to new raw for him. This is the first time that he is allowed us to flow verbally. Since this occurred we have been with him at all times as we always are and we have been with him and thought but this is his first time sharing our message verbally since this happened. And we want to be very clear that you will all manifest some negative things the reaction to the negative and the fear of it will always impact the volume and velocity of what you are receiving but your negative creations always have a purpose to serve and David is manifested this to serve him in some way we will not predict his future. We will not take the gift of away from him to to just simply tell him why he manifested that that is that is that is something for him. That is his journey to decipher. Why and how the Surf Zone and and what you will find in your lives regardless of where you are in your practice. If you're in it at all you will manifest something negative if you step away from it and raise your vibration you will then be able to solve it and when you solve it time. A little time will pass. Perhaps you will view it very differently. You something that you viewed as monumental at one time maybe a passing thought later perhaps not that much later and you're in a different vibrational space but you're down your spiral. You sometimes believe that you are witnessing the end of the world in your lives because you were down your spiral you're negative and when you were down in that negative territory everything you do is going to have a negative outcome your negative vibration. This is why when when David picked up the phone and and got on. His computer tried to start solving the problem from a sense of urgency as he was taught to do long ago that sense of urgency and lower vibration was futile. He he he was. He was not successful in solving anything from down there and we got his bearings about him and did his breath work and did his appreciation even appreciation of the ones who act him. He went up his spiral when he went up. As spiral he walked away from it stayed up his spiral and returned in solved it with relative ease and time he will see how he manifested this. What is vibration was winning? Manifested in how it serving him. It's higher purpose. Which is his his his desired outcome. And you always up to you to discover what that is we do not want we. We have access to multiple versions of what you would call your future and we are not here to to take that away from you. That gift of discovering. What's next for you because any of those versions can play on physical reality but your focus will determine which version you get and what mix of positive negative day you get and that is your purpose as a human being in physical on planet Earth at this time that is the purpose of all physical being. And certainly we're here to offer our guidance and our support and we were always offering our love but we understand that you come here for the contrast we understand that you come to experience negative and solve your negative experiences and expand in the process of going after spiral and allowing the solutions to flow in with relative ease and having those solutions. Create your expansion. You're wiser every time you solve a problem and this is this is David manifestation. It was up to him to solve it. He is he is mostly solved it at this juncture and his next function would be to move on and decipher for himself. How the serving and it may be something that he is able to do weeks. It may be something that he's able to do in months. It may be something that takes years to back. But if you if you make your work being up your spiral you will move on from the negative aspect of it and simply allow the positive to roll through allow the correction allow the solving of the problem do not spend time mourning the loss of your up to spiral moments because of the negative manifestation. Make your focus being up and understand that. The clarity will follow every single time. Yes and the sometimes is to to try and get.

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World News Tonight with David Muir

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"This is my fourth time going into the detention facilities, and each time we've been prevented from bringing cameras in to show what's really going on inside. Backup and with us live tonight. Matt the president blaming Democrats, Democrats, saying he caused this the house passing spending Bill more than fourbillion today. We know news in the Senate, and you pointed out there, no cameras as you went in. So what do we know from the Senate? And what did you see once inside? The Senate passed its own Bill today. David earlier today. House speaker Pelosi in President Trump's about spent about fifteen minutes on the phone. Trying to find a way to reconcile between the house and Senate bills in a way that would satisfy everyone having just come out of that facility that was likened to a torture facility. What we saw was basically a jail situation with open cell doors kids on cots. There were two brushes there was, so there was adequate food. But obviously that spending Bill is meant to alleviate the massive pressure that can occur here the capacity at this at this facility is about one hundred it reached seven hundred just a few weeks ago. David Beckham and leading us off tonight. Matt, thank you. Our Mary, Bruce in Miami. Tonight, we're Democrats to Beijing for the first time twenty of them. So let's get right to marry tonight because Mary you saw Elizabeth Warren on the day of this debate going to another center. Housing, migrant children other candidates now following suit. David, what we did see Elizabeth Warren out there shining, a spotlight on the immigration debate as she gets ready to take center stage here later tonight, and now other candidates are following her lead. Amy klobuchar was also out there today and over the next two days, we're going to see a steady stream of candidates dropping by, including David Bernie Sanders mentioned this a moment ago, but I wanted to show everyone at home tonight. Just how big this democratic field is twenty candidates facing off. And Mary, it's something we haven't seen before. In fact, they've had to make sort of alternate plans from what we usually see. David over two nights. Ten candidates each night, all jockeying for attention. Tonight. Elizabeth Warren will be the one to watch. She has been rising in the polls..

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World News Tonight with David Muir

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"How generous fifteen thousand the desperate housewives star agreeing to plead guilty to paying fifteen thousand dollars to have an SAT Proctor corrector daughters. Test answers today, she released a statement saying I'm in full acceptance of my guilt and with deep regret and shame over what I have done. Adding, especially I want to apologize to the students who work hard every day to get into college and to their parents who make tremendous sacrifices to support their children and do. So honestly, the fifty seven year old actress is one of thirteen parents now agreeing to plead guilty in the operation varsity blues case as for actress Laurie Lachlan and her husband accused of bribing their daughters way into US. See they have yet to enter a plea today. Felicity huffman's husband actor William H Macy avoided questions by William house visits. That's I can't. That she could guilty today. How's he holding up? I can't talk about it. Instead, it was Huffman herself who opened up about what she called her dishonesty saying, my daughter knew absolutely nothing about my actions and in my misguided and profoundly wrong way. I've betrayed her this transgression toward her and the public I will carry for the rest of my life with the Davis has been covering the story from the start, and what does happen and these other parents face now any possible prison time there is possible. This charge carries a maximum twenty year prison sentence, however in huffman's plea agreement. Federal prosecutors say that they'll recommend she served a term at the low end of the sentencing range, but in the end, it's all the discretion of the judge David Davis leading us off tonight. Lindsey thank you. We are also following another breaking headline tonight the alleged terror plot foiled right here in the US. The man the U-Haul haul truck and the alleged plan tonight to plow into a crowd. Prosecutors say the suspect was planning to ram that stolen Newhall van into pedestrians. He had looked at several locations they say and was a pair. Planning the attack for the national harbor waterfront in Maryland. The suspect allegedly driving around looking for a large enough crowd to attack. Here's our chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas tonight thority say they caught the would be terrorist in the Nick of time hours, perhaps even minutes before twenty eight year old one del Henry was about to commit mass murder. They say Henry an alleged ISIS sympathizer from Maryland was prepared to die for his cause. According to the criminal complaint on March twenty six Henry stole this U-Haul with the intent of plowing it to a crowd of people allegedly drove around Washington DC looking for possible targets, but did not strike the next morning. Authorities say Henry drove the van to Dulles airport, but did not find as many people outside as he hoped. He walked through the terminal allegedly trying to find a way through security to harm disbelievers, but gave up thirty say, he then drove the stolen U-Haul to national harbor in Maryland a tourist area with west droughts. And a ferris wheel a place families. Go investigators say Henry told them he wanted to create panic and chaos I was just going to keep driving and driving and driving. He said I wasn't going to stop, but the crowns within investigators say Henry broke into a boat and hit there overnight when he tried to return to the U hall the next morning the police were there waiting for him. Obviously, this is really alarming tonight peer with us from the national harbor and pier. This suspect we know is an American and authorities believe he was radicalized online. That's right. David authorities say Henry began hovering hatred for non Muslims two years ago. The FBI believes he was inspired by watching videos of foreign tariffs..

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World News Tonight with David Muir

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Is ABC news tonight with David Muir. Did he begin? It's great to have you with us here on a Thursday night. And we begin tonight with that heartbreaking new turn late today in the case of that missing six year old boy that riveted much of the nation. Timothy Pitts is the Illinois boy who was last seen when he was just six this surveillance of him with his mother among the last images of him overnight. We reported a young man coming forward telling police he had just escaped. He ran across state lines. He said the family of the boy suddenly filled with new hope after waiting for so many years, and then just a short time ago, the FBI revealing it is not the boy heartbreak again, and what would lead someone to do this ABC's Johnson leading us off from Cincinnati. Tonight. Heartbreak for the family of missing Timothy Pitts it after the FBI announced a DNA test confirms the mysterious young man who showed up in Kentucky is not who he claimed to be devastating. It's like reliving that day all over again. And. Timothy's father is devastated once again, instead authorities say this is not a boy at all. But a twenty three year old man from Ohio, Bryan. Michael Rennie prison records their show a man with the same name serve time for burglary and vandalism. And tonight, they want to know why he told this elaborate tail giving a family false hope. Ground zero for us. I'm kind of reliving everything that happened. And. Renewing the loss. One more time since twenty.

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World News Tonight with David Muir

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"It's now been five full days since the eighth yo paeans received the data from the black boxes from the second max crash, but still no indication of the cause in two thousand ten Ethiopians tried to manipulate the mishap data from seven thirty seven crash. There's a real fear here that they're going to try and do that again with this mishap we've learned that Boeing is invited airlines to Seattle area plant this weekend to talk about this software update and training, and that at least American airline pilots will be in the simulator to test. This software update David David curly with us all week long as well. Thank you, David. There is news tonight about your money, your 4._0._1._K, a deep dive on Wall Street today. The Dow Jones plunging four hundred sixty points closing at twenty five thousand five hundred two that's the worst day of trading since January. So let's go live tonight to ABC's aerial rush. Up on Wall Street because there was a key indicator aerial that costs them alarm today. That's right. David stocks plunged today amid new signs of slowing global economy and amid new worry of looming recession here at home. And here's that key indicator. David right here. The so called yield curve flipping to negative for the first time since two thousand seven right before the great recession. Sometimes when this happens. This can indicate another recession may be coming. But not always David this happened just days after the fed chairman announce that it was unlikely that we would see more rate hikes later this year, another sign of a slowing economy. David Russia live on Wall Street force tonight, Ariel. Thank you in. There is still much more ahead on world news tonight. This busy Friday night, the priest attacked during mass the frightening moment with C lie because it was being streamed. The rush to help the priest and how they stopped the suspect. Also tonight, shocking, arrest him Charlottesville. The city familiar with aid and outlet teenager is under arrest tonight for threats of ethnic cleansing schools were closed for days because of this. And we sure needed this on a Friday night America strong tonight, the golden retriever named Charlie and little maverick turns out, he's in is seeing dog for his bigger pale..

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World News Tonight with David Muir

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"If you don't feel safe ABC's David curly on that part of the story now. I Indonesia now Ethiopia the two crashes of the brand new version of the seven three seven so close together that some passengers are asking airlines if they're booked on a max eight. Theory about. Buying Boeing plane. Seventy two of the max is our flown by US carriers all three airlines expressing confidence in the jet southwest. Telling us it's had some calls from customers, but not a high number of cancellations the union for American Airlines flight attendants reminding its members that if they feel unsafe you will not be forced to fly it. Well, at least eighteen airlines around the world have grounded nearly a third of the fleet of delivered maxes the FAA tonight saying no action is necessary. There is no evidence to require a grounding onto couches trust the people that made the plan that it was going to be fine. So tonight, they're saying no action necessary. David corley live at Reagan national airport, and David some are wondering why perhaps the FAA might not ground the planes, at least until data from the black boxes can be analyzed. But so far no move from Boeing or the FAA. And that's because they have no indication that the first crash is related to the second. There is no evidence that they can actually use took around the aircraft. And the Boeing CEO says his aircraft are safe curly with us tonight as well. David. Thank you. Meantime to breaking news from Washington with house speaker Nancy Pelosi just said a short time ago about President Trump and impeachment saying the president isn't worth it. And the other major news the president's budget proposal making news tonight because of what's in it. And what's not here's ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl? Now Nancy Pelosi has no problem being the president's chief nemesis. You have. Trump on. But today for the first time, the speaker of the house flatly declared she is against impeaching President Trump telling the Washington Post, I'm not for impeachment unless there's something so compelling an overwhelming and bipartisan, I don't think we should go down that path because it divides the country, and he's just not worth it. This comes as the White House rolled out a new record shattering budget proposal more than four point seven trillion dollars in federal spending next year loan and trillions more in debt over the next decade something candidate Trump promised. He wouldn't do here's A B. So in eight years, our national debt has doubled. It's going to more than double by the time. It gets look at that. It'll be at twenty trillion dollars. Great job. Great job Obama. He also promised that he would eliminate the national debt within eight years. And as you know, I the debt at the end of his first year was at twenty trillion last year went to twenty one trillion last month twenty two trillion. So what happened to that promise? I mean, the president has added historically large numbers to the national debt instead of keeping a promise to actually pay it off look again the last administration nearly doubled the national debt and when this president ran for office. He made a commitment to the American people that he wouldn't attempt to tackle the debt within eight years, but he's added to trillion more than two trillion to the national also came into office and had an economic recovery that was needed to put people back to work. The new budget calls for seven hundred fifty billion dollars in defense spending next year a five percent increase and eight point six billion dollars for the wall on the Mexican border three billion more than the president asked for last year. They're also cuts to. Kate and student loans and changes to Medicare. Also, a thirty one percent cut for the Environmental Protection Agency next year alone. Democrats pronounced the whole thing. Dead on arrival. Let's begin giancarl. He's live at the White House asking about the debt there at the White House today and promises made when the president was a candidate. But John I didn't want to get back to what house speaker Nancy Pelosi said late today that she's not for impeachment as we all know, some House Democrats, particularly some of the freshmen have been very enthusiastic very keen at the prospect of impeachment proceedings that she's the leader though. So what's behind her going public tonight? What's our political calculation here Davidson reflection of political reality?.

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World News Tonight with David Muir

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"The forty nine year old is accused of stockpiling handgun sniper rifles had a thousand rounds of ammunition. Prosecutors described what they say were hasn't chilling plans, including a possible hitlist on it. House speaker Nancy Pelosi Senate, minority leader Chuck Schumer, presidential candidates, Elizabeth Warren and Kamala, Harris and cable news host. Joe Scarborough federal agents also found this locked container holding more than thirty bottles of human growth hormone the drugs. Investigators say were meant to increase his ability to conduct attacks right now has an is facing only the drug and gun charges. Prosecutors call that quote, the tip of the iceberg. They say he was a domestic terrorist planning a massive attack. The judge however wants to see more evidence of those crimes or he told the government hill released has an bail, pending trial. David, Laura, Terry Moran. Watching the case from Washington. Thank you Terry overseas tonight into the Vatican now pope Francis opening a landmark summit on clergy sexual abuse church leaders from around the world, including the US addressing the scandal. That has plagued the church for decades and tonight with the pope did that made immediate headlines ABC's, David Wright from Rome, one of the first big moments of this unprecedented. Vatican summit was spontaneous. Pope francis. Kissing the hand of a polish survivor of sexual abuse. Simply chip Guenter speaking to bishops and cardinals summoned from around the world to address the issue. The pope said sympathetic words won't be enough to solve this crisis. The faithful he said expect concrete and defective measures. This is the moment for pope Francis to stand up and finally do something some organizations move slowly with this ridiculous. Phil Saviola was molested age eleven by a Catholic priest in Boston who ultimately had twenty eight victims Savia, no story part of the Boston Globe spotlight series that went on to inspire an Oscar winning movie. He's one of a dozen survivors invited to share their views with Vatican. Organizers feel finally heard I do feel hurry. Yeah. Promises made, but you really have to wait and see what actually happens. He told me. This is not the first time. He's come here to discuss this issue. But it is the first time he felt someone in the Vatican was listening. David David Wright with us from the Vatican. Thank you. And there is still much more ahead on world news tonight this Thursday. We remember a famous musician here tonight also the mayor under arrest tonight accused practicing medicine from his own home and then allegedly opening fire..

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The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And to me, the most important thing is to think about is there any way to have him removed from office. I don't think an impeachment by the Democrats right now helps that 'cause I think it hurts. The cause I think it turned the attention onto the House Democrats who are impeaching him. But I do think it's really important that that both the Muller investigation be allowed to continue that its findings be made public and that the Democrats in the house essentially continue to make the case using their subpoena power about why he's on. Absent peach mint. What is the other way of removing him? Besides a vote of the American people in two thousand twenty and in some ways of the American people in twenty twenty is the best outcome because it's democratic legitimate album is were two years away from that happening. Are we really comfortable with him being president tumors? So I guess the thing I try to remind people Nixon was never impeached, and and I know my counter to that is Nixon also didn't have Fox News, social media and the country was different in a different place. Thanks, a fair count- forty five years ago, or whatever that's a fair counter. I guess what? I don't think. I don't think there's any surefire way to make sure he's not the president anymore. But I do think he's more vulnerable than many people may realize his approval rating is forty percent. He just got thumped in the midterms. So imagine you're Joni Ernst, the Republican Senator from Iowa or Cory Gardner, the Republican Senator from Susan Collins or Susan Collins, all of whom are up in two thousand twenty and we could list more states, right? North Dakota North Carolina. Exactly. So there are set of Senate Republicans who really need to worry about their jobs because of Trump's unpopularity, and I don't think we should take approval rating of forty percent. That's not a floor. That's where he is right now and Nixon retain the support of the Republican party, very long into Watergate. And I think there is a point. I think a fifty percent or something approval rating Republicans the day. He did he did you're right. And not only that. But you. Kind of go back, and George H W Bush and Ronald Reagan. They were all active in politics, and they were defending him until pretty close to the end. And so to me it remains plausible that some combination of revelations. Whether it's aborting perjury or something else or the condition of the country will ultimately cause more Republicans to turn on him. And if that happens, I don't think it's out of the question that Senate Republicans will decide backing him is no longer in their interest. I I'm not saying it has to be. I mean, you know, the founders set this up in a way as to require that that degree of consensus in order to remove a president. Because there is the democrat project relies on a sense of legitimacy of the people, and if forty percent of the people believe that this was a bloodless coup. That's why I've I've I've thought. Optimal thing would be for the being election. And have this thing decided I understand your point about the collateral damage of waiting, but boy, this has to be done. This has be handled in a way that is transparent. That is clear. Yes. That is justifiable. If there is an any sort of pressure on the president to leave or if he if you know, we've never had a Senate convicted president before I don't think we're gonna this time either. But this is volatile stuff. It's volatile stuff. I don't think it's going to happen either. I just would I don't think people should be foreclosing the possibility. The founders put the possibility of removal from office in the constitution while if you see if you see their concerns, you you could find Donald Trump's picture in the all over the place, right corruption. Foreign powers all these things. And so. Look if I got to choose it would probably be he's voted out of office in twenty twenty without having done much more damage, but none of us can guarantee that he won't do much more damage as president. Yeah. Well to be continued David Leonardo great to have you wonderful to read you, and I look anymore. Comers. Thank Thank you. you. Thank you for listening.

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"david " Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"The Intel when he was on my show, my CNN show and podcast the other day, and he said there was a real concern about the the idea that the president was putting his finger on the scale, and you know, that for the democracy. There was a real concern about that. So you know, I put myself in their shoes. And I understand that you know, Barack Obama as guy. No, well, had you know, I could see him weighing this. Very heavily. And you know, they ended up they opted for the Intel chiefs to release a statement about what was going on. But, you know, hindsight being twenty twenty and the knowledge of what actually was happening now being so much more vivid than what was available then you'd say. Well, yeah, maybe maybe more should have been done. I mean, you you put yourself in their shoes they are thinking, wait, a second the downside of going public with this is I potentially undermine the credibility of Hillary Clinton's election right with through the on the scale that you're talking about. I think my guess is that there wasn't enough kind of game planning of. We'll wait a second. What if Trump actually wins? Yeah. I just don't think people, and this is partly because you know, we looked at we look at the world. I think many of us to look the world through this elite. Lens? And you know, and there was an incredulous about the notion that Trump could become president. But not in a lot of the country. I mean, there were the part of the country that voted for Trump had the reverse notion. And you know, I think part of my critique of the coverage is that there wasn't enough effort to really get into the middle of the country and the places where Trump was thriving to understand why. Yeah, I think that's fair and another another thing that it's caused Meteo flecked on is obviously like number says we've been talking this. And I know a lot of people feel angry will the poll said that Hillary was gonna win. And the thing that I reflected on is. If you look at these sort of prediction models that now people follow closely. They said a couple of the bad ones said that she had a nine percent chance winning. But the best ones were sort of between ten and twenty percent. Maybe ten. Twenty five percent and for Trump and. My old answer to that was we just need to tell people that events with ten and twenty five percent likelihood happen all the time. Right. You and I are baseball fans. Ten percent plate appearances lead to an extra base hit. If a batter comes up and hits double you. Don't say, hey, no, one told me that I was going to write. But I actually think that's that's a little bit wrong, which is all of us as human beings are almost incapable of looking at a number like ten percent. And putting it in the right context. We all kind of say that's not gonna happen. And so I've tried to reflect on I don't have an answer. What is a better way to present? This notion of one scenario is more likely to happen. But the other one really could happen. I think that also explain some of the coverage problems as you mentioned, you're you're no a columnist on the times had page, and you. You made quite a stir recently by a Thai taking the I-word on the impeachment word, and you made the case against Donald Trump. This was before and we still don't know about the authenticity of this BuzzFeed report. But the suggestion that he may have suborn Michael Cohen's perjury before the house, tell me what you what you're thinking is now, and what you expect to see in the coming months. So I think very briefly it's just important stating the fact that he's violated his constitutional. He's broken the law he's unfit to be president and leaving him. There presents enormous dangerous to the country. Right. If there is a foreign emergency. If there's a storm like, Katrina. I mean, we should not trust this person to manage the country. And I think he's doing act of. Damage in a way that no president democrat or Republican in our lifetimes has ever done, right, and sort of let's let's just there's a lot of noise everyday. But let's focus on that reality. And so I consider it a Kim to a national emergency..

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"david " Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"They splashed one eight hundred word story on the front of that section you or that guy was hired to write that story called workplace in management stories. So that is that that seems like a quaint memory now the the the over supply of classified advertising, which papers don't really have any more. No, we don't have it at all. You also you you have a sports column. Analytical sports com called keeping score. And just want to ask you about analytics. Yes, generally, because you know, you would you would come to. Pioneer that as a project for the times a section for the times later, bringing analytics to bear on all of the guests on all of the issues that we face, but I just have to ask you this one issue of this question analytics and sports and as a baseball fan every team in THEO is the probably the leading proponent of the use of analytics to evaluate talent to position players feelings on. And I sometimes I watch baseball, and you know, the players perfectly positioned because the analytics guys told them while here's where you play when this guy's up against this pitcher, and so on and I wonder if it's good it may kind of makes the game a little less exciting. You know? So I I think baseball does have an excitement problem right now. But I actually put the blame in a slightly different place to me. It's simply the fact that pitchers now throw so hard and teams have realized that if they bring in one pitcher after another. They can get many more strikeouts. And as a matter of preference. Right. I'm not going to try to persuade you to like the shift more than you do. But to me, the shift is kind of fun and interesting and batters can always bunt to try to beat the shift kinda surprising. Actually, there are always ways to beat the shift. But it speaks to the power the analytics that these batters don't seem capable of doing. Yeah. Yeah. And I love it. When I see there have been actually Anthony Rizzo. Anthony, resolve the cubs. I think there are some sluggers. He's really good at that. He shortens up a stroke, and he goes to the opposite field. Yeah. And to me that so the shifts and the things like that on the analytics part of the the yin and Yang of competition and strategy. I actually love it. I don't love the fact that baseball is now about so much about strikeouts in home runs. Yeah. And I actually think that the league needs to look they've raised the mound before they've done all kinds of things. I think to me it's time. The league is talking about banning the shift, which I don't think it's a good idea. But I do hope they come up with some things. To make the process of watching a game a little bit more dynamic. You talked about nineteen sixty seven when also they were great pitchers. The pitches were dominating hitters, but you also saw you know, a lot more action on the base paths. All that. Anyway..

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"david " Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"So there was there was one night at our college newspaper, where group of us were sitting around as college students do take ourselves too seriously. And we were we were trying to think about who is the best writer just sort of prose stylist in each class. And I still remember this in the class of nineteen Ninety-three. We decided it was Ellen Barry who's now a celebrated foreign correspondent and a colleague of mine in the class of nineteen Ninety-four, which is my year. We decided was Matt Kaminsky and that made us all mad because Matt's first language was polish not English. But he was still a better writer than any of us. He now is that an executive politico, and that's the ninety ninety five it was the sports writer. Theo Epstein, and I still remember him writing these letters off to try to get an internship with the Baltimore, which he did the beginning of his career say wrote every team in the country, but. Calvin hill who the old football player from Yale was an executive at the Baltimore Orioles. And saw this letter which probably was better than the average solicitation for an internship in higher. Yeah. I mean now huge numbers of kids at colleges like Yale in Chicago wanna go into sports, but a lot of feel sort of the trailblazer. Right. And so people podcast with them. Yeah. I think people he said people thought who's kind of nuts because it's like you get this Yale degree, you should go. You know, go into finance go to law school, go to and numb. I'm going to go into baseball. And it worked both ways right people in the baseball world. I think we're pretty skeptical of pointy headed Ivy league school kids, he did impart one bit of advice that I share all the time with people which she said I figured out that if I that everybody has like twenty percent of the their job that they don't like. And if I could take that off everyone's plate and just do the twenty percent of the job that they didn't want. Me to do that that I could learn the whole thing and be, you know, ingratiate myself and move up in the organization, and so on and of course, of course, he did you were an intern at the Washington Post. I was and and you were hopeful that it would lead to employment extremely hopeful. It was this in your senior year. Yeah. So I did the sort of I don't know whether it's still exists. I doesn't to the same extent. But twenty five years ago there was kind of an internship circuit. I I taught junior high school math in New Haven. And then went when when that workday was over at three o'clock and wrote stories for the New Haven register to get clips. Yeah. So I then get another ship. I'm sure you remember this the whole deal. Yeah. And then I had an internship at the Boston Globe. And then on the city desk, the Washington Post, and it was it was really a phenomenal experience. I learned a huge amount. I got to cover the negotiations to build. What is now the downtown sports arena? The wizards and capitals revitalize neighborhood. Yeah. And so it was just a great experience..

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"david " Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"The amount we would get a two dollar and thirty five cent discount each day. And I would sneak into the cafeteria before most kids were there or after my kids were there. So they didn't see me using this little kind of Mark of financial aid for the most part. It was a fantastic experience the quality education. There was phenomenal. I'm still close to some of my teachers and. By the time. I kind of outgrew, my adults and insecurity. It was it was hugely fun to be at school with my dad. I mean when I was thirteen I wouldn't go do it. But when I was sixty and seventy nine of free period. Why go hang out with my dad? I know a lot of sixteen seventeen year olds who would not react that way. Probably a testament to my dad more than me. Yeah. I'm I'm asking you this. This is a complete shot in the dark. But is that where David Brooks went as well? No, a lot of a lot David because he you know, he he, and I sort of a parallel has, but he lived in Stuyvesant town where I grew up for short time. And then, but then he went to private school and not the David's in my offices are next to each other. But I think he grew up in in New Jersey or Long Island. He did not he did not go to school in New York. Horace Mann has lots of of writers over the years who've gone there Anthony Lewis, my predecessor on the op-ed page went there, lots of other people, but not damn David came out here to the university of Chicago, actually, college, right? Yeah. Yeah. The. Part of the history of your parents what they were activists. They were antiwar activists. They were civil rights activists so much so that they appear where they pick the family up and went to Boston to too because Boston was that grand zero for the anti busing movement. And there was quite a bit of stress. There would tell me about that. So my parents met they were both involved in the anti Vietnam war movement. And actually they met in nineteen sixty seven because a friend of my dad, my dad said friend of his we gotta find someplace to watch the World Series. This is before everyone at TV's and my dad's friends had him while, you know, I know a woman who has a TV we can pretend we're stopping by say hi and watch game one of the World Series, which was Red Sox cart ride. Yeah. Fast world great World Series. Of course, the Red Sox lost as they always did. And until the last fifteen years, and then that woman had a friend over who is my mom. And so to some extent the Red Sox, thanks for my existence, and you became a Red Sox fan this. This is. Where I was going. This is I don't I can't describe how peculiar it is that a guy who grew up in New York, I know is a Red Sox fan, and it wasn't as peculiar it was miserable. Right. Growing up as a Red Sox fan in New York through the eighties when they lost that horrible World Series to the Mets even all the way up to two thousand and three with the Erin Boone home run. But so yes, as you said, we lived in New York, and then a my dad really remained quite active in these kind of leftist movements, even after the Vietnam war. And so he went up to Boston to be part of the movement, basically protecting the anti-racist movement to protect the African American kids who were getting bused to white communities, which was enormously. Controversial, right? And and not conducted that well by the government, right? It's a hugely complicated issue. So we moved up to Boston in seventy five and lived there for six years. But that was from when I was two eight, and that's sort of where I fell in love. Yeah. So you you there's a a confluence here between your love of baseball. And the fact that you became a math major. Yes. So I basically so those years in Boston loved baseball, my favorite thing. Every morning was the Boston Globe sports page and open it to that page notice..

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"david " Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"david " Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And now from the university of Chicago institute of politics and CNN the axe files with your host, David Axelrod. David Leonardo is one of America's most incisive journalists. He won the Pulitzer prize in two thousand eleven for his commentary on economic issues. He now rates on all subjects on the New York Times editorial page is the co host of new podcast the argument with his columnist colleagues Russ DOE fat and Michelle Goldberg David came by the institute of politics recently. And we sat down to talk about the arc of his career and the state of our country in American journalism. David leonhardt. It's really good to see you not just here. But at the university of Chicago last night at the institute of politics, and I learned some things about you during that colloquy you had last night and one of them was about your grandfather. And I had not heard that story before tell tell me that. Yeah. Yeah. It's great to be here. I'm a longtime listener of the podcast as callers talk radio's longtime listener hundred show. So there's actually it actually you could be a long time listener, I am now. Yes. So during our session last night, I talked about my my dad's dad whom I never met his name was Rene Leonhard and in family lower. We always thought of him as a commercial photographer. He owned a tiny little photography business in in.

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