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"david lamb" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"Welcome back the pods world. i'm tour. I'm ben rhodes. Ben how you feel about these. Virginia governor's and down ballot races. Did you pick up any intel on your visit to the swamp with Shifty schiff not really. I talked to former boss. Mama was going to campaign for. That's right there on saturday. Yeah so he's out there. I mean he looks like he's having fun. Yeah he loves getting out there. Like i think he enjoys it. It's these are always remember this. Both of these wouldn't obama got elected the year after this weird year sucks never feels good. Feels like everybody's going to overreach into the results. Somehow we're out. Everyone's arguing about tony morrison. That's the closing argument I tried couldn't figure it out. Frankly i was like the republicans wanna make it about like books in schools which says an old timeless right wing issues and democrats are like you wanna talk about books at schools. We will engage you in that culture war rather than talk about the messages that That work for us. I will offer my world o- opinion on that Which is at. It's a lot of places which received recent years is far right. Parties like to close on culture war issues because they know they lose all the and usually what works is doesn't mean you don't take your stand on those issues and we should but you tend not to want to fight the last days of the election on the thing that the other guy wants to talk about. Guess what sort of like an iron rule of politics anyway terry mcauliffe dot com slash volunteer. If you want to Senate to volunteer left here. Today we are going to cover the military coon sudan. 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Takes a ton of work The whole crew has worked their asses off for two years to build really successful show to shut up to them. Glad we don't have to do daily show. And i've been on this show that you know. They're wicked smart. They cover what needs to be covered. What needs to be covered yet. We're more than once a week. Crank it up you know. Put them out to put us out to pasture. And then guess. Today's you mentioned his david lamb. What did you guys talk about was always a great discussion. David lemme We started with the story. We lead with last week The killing of the british mp. Dennis and how they're thinking about safety for politicians lawmakers in in the uk. We then talked about kind of hate speech. Facebook all the associated problems that are contributing to the toxic political varma there so kind of around the types of face because she's revolving Discussing here and then we got kind of the update on brexit. Which is spoiler not going. Good going to graze gas shortages and stagno senior british correspondent. David lamb able to speed on that excellent. We'll stick around for that okay. Let's start in sudan. Unfortunately it's not good news We talked about this issue last week but then on monday. The sudanese military took control the country. They arrested the prime minister. They impose a state of emergency and violently started cracking down on protesters. So the autocrat playbook general abdelfatta albarn him. The leader of the joint civilian-military council have been running the place since former president. Omar al-bashir was deposed twenty. Nineteen he was supposed to hand over. Control of this transitional council. If you weeks he chose not to. It would have been the first time. The country was under full civilian control since nineteen eighty nine. I believe but instead the military stage this coup protesters took to the streets to denounce coup. The internet was cut off in most of the country. This all went down just a few hours after abidance. Biden's on voice for the horn of africa left the country. He was there trying to stave off this exact outcomes. That's never good sign on monday. The white house suspended seven hundred million dollars in economic aid that was intended to go to sudan in supported this democratic transition to ben you sort of alluded to this. We've seen the story so many times now. Protests calls for democracy lead to these hopeful in fragile transitions and then ultimately the guys with the guns takeover because they have a monopoly on violence and all the in. That's just how it ends up going. Do you think there are lessons from. Egypt sudan like a lot of these different examples about what the international community can or cannot do differently to help give democratic transitions like the one we were hoping would flourish in sudan a better chance of success looted to this last time and people may think i have a hobby horse about it but i mean one of the lessons i took from egypt is part of what happened..
"david lamb" Discussed on Dad Tired
"But i do think it's sort of a an artifact of the enlightenment that we need to overcome and just there's emotions all over the bible and i just think we need to talk about more well not oversimplify but if you could do a chapter summary for the guy who's listening and he has a really hard time showing any emotion. His i got one emotion. It's usually anger frustration. Or and i don't know how to show the rest of my emotions and my wife really love for me to show my emotions. What's your chapter summary for that guy from biblical perspectives one. I think we all experience emotion but we haven't for one reason another haven't seen how emotions are good or healthier safe. And i think hopefully. Let's say you have a dad that again. I'm good with anger. But that's about it. They do say that. Anger is a secondary motion read. Who's usually something behind it. And i think that's pretty valid. That if as jared appreciate your honesty about your own anger experiences somehow we feel insulted or belittled or someone is not taking us seriously. Or someone's not listening to us all of these things. I think to be able to just be aware that you have emotions and the emotions god gave us. Motions and god is emotional. I think just having that acknowledgement and that the bible talks about them look for them in the bible and as you see how jesus grieved at the heart they bring a man who's sick and their testing jesus to see if he's going to heal on the sabbath and jesus grieved their hardness of heart. Just notice how emotional jesus is. And i think what we see is if jesus can be emotional and i'm his follower. Maybe it's okay for me to be emotional. And that's a way that i can be leading my family's into again. I think to have healthy. Dads who aware that they have emotions and have a variety of them. We're not just sort of one trick ponies in anger but we can feel sad we can be delighted can be silly and so all of these and compassion the weekend remodeling emotions in our families and looking at. How does jesus display emotions. How can i learn about this. Maybe i need to talk about it and you can talk about it with my styles near talking about with my children but and just look for it in the bible talk about it more and just realize you are emotional. And that's okay and then maybe even look for people that you know other males other fathers that can model healthy emotional expressions and Try to learn from them through the good he goes. Hope you're enjoying this interview. Just want to take a quick minute to remind you that we have a brand new community for all the listeners of the data. Podcast if you want to meet other guys near you be held accountable be pushed to be more like jesus. This is a really cool app to help you do that. And meet other like minded guys. The cool part is is. It's not on social media so there's no political talk no adds nothing inappropriate. No censoring just a bunch of guys who are being real trying to help each other. Beat the men. God's calling them to be if you wanna be part of that we would love to. Have you be part of that. You can do that by going to connect dot dad tired dot com again. That's connect dot. Dad tired dot com. You can put your phone right now..
"david lamb" Discussed on Dad Tired
"I am sorry that i made the humans this is right before. He's starting to know sorry anyway. He was grieved to the heart that the tech says that and then god himself says this. Who's he talking to you. I don't know but he's talking to somebody it's like he's processing his emotions And in in the garden of assembly. Jesus does the same thing with the disciples. I'm sorry i am grieved. And he's talking through his emotions and then there's the obvious shortest verse in the bible right. Jesus wept yeah. And jesus didn't kinda weep in private that he wept publicly and in john. Eleven were jesus website basically but the death of his. His friend lazarus before in the middle of his interaction with mary. Martha with the people around him see. Jesus is weeping and they say. See how he loved him. And i think part of our anti emotionalism is it feels irrational And it can be. I think very western. And if we think about this philosophically it comes from sort of the enlightenment. Where reason is the reason is what we that's what we strive towards. Emotion is what we must control. And i think that's not perspective that we want. That's not the perspective of the bible. Has the emotions motions. Need to be channelled and they need to you know. It's a little bit. Like the tongue of james talks about the tongue and the power of the tongue. We need to be able to control them on some level but also to be able to channel not just controlling so that santa we stifled that we quench them but that we can channel them into appropriate directions like when jesus used his emotions and the temple to get people's attention because emotion does get people's attention and they let's. Let's just be overly stereotypical. I think men can manipulate with outbursts of anger. Yeah stereotypically and i think all men and women could get the same and likewise maybe you could think women make more stereotypically might become emotional can be somewhat manipulative by use of sorrow tears or things like that now again. Both of these can be flipped. You can send you angry. Women certainly and i will confess not hard for me to cry and there up times that i feel like kind of worked it up a little bit situation in a way that was probably kind bordered on emotional And so again but the reality is the bible talks about god as emotional and that's not something. The bible's embarrassed about this. Not something that. God is embarrassed about. And i think if we as christians as followers of jesus talked about the bible and god's emotions more regularly what we would experiences people would find that it's healthier because you know we don't need to counselors will tell you process. Emotions is going to help you make. The bible is aware of that and has been trying to help us do this thousands of years before You know the cows have been served talking about this..
"david lamb" Discussed on Dad Tired
"To eat that last thing. When i'm gonna give it to. My kids might have my y i. I'm constantly looking for every way both small and big to serve my family. But then there's also times i want to defend him in and i think for us as men being holistic comprehensive men we think bigger than just physically protecting our family but we really want to think through. What does it look like to protect them from everything that wants to destroy them including sin. I'm really fascinated by this book that you're working on about emotions and one thing that is fascinating to me. I wish my wife or stayed right. Here she's outside of this door helping. Keep the kids from screaming. So they can't. You can't hear it in this microphone. But so i am the more emotional one in our marriage. I carry more of the emotions on my sleeve. My wife is an emotional rock. And it's so frustrating and we talk about a million times but she can like take her emotions and set them aside and then look at them objectively which just makes me all the more frustrated in the midst of my emotions. She doesn't feel she just like okay. I'm feeling this. Let's set it here and let's just let's talk about it but one thing that she is really struggled with from our entire marriage is a motions to her. Have always equated out of control. If you're being led by your emotions or your emotional you're out of control. You are no longer thinking logically in along breen reasonable. You're just out of control. It's not good to be led by your motions. I once had a mentor. Who was talking to her and insane. But how do you reconcile god's motions because god is emotional. He's the creator of emotions and she just like. I don't know. I can't like i can't reconcile that it's really hard for me to picture. God who is very like the most logical also being emotional. So how do you reconcile. anyway. I'd love to hear your thoughts on that as you're thinking about writing this but yeah yeah thanks. It's really interesting and again. I don't wanna be overly stereotypical. But i think often i'm a very emotional person. My wiser emotional to when we have different ways of expressing it. But i think how you describe you and your wife. A lot of people might say stereotypically. It's kind of would. oh yeah. we're the opposite man. Whenever do marriage counseling. You know the guys relate with her girls relate. It's okay so appreciate your honesty. I do think the first thing is. We need to talk about emotions. I mean counselors are doing this a lot. Hopefully we all know that it's healthy. But i think one of things i see in the bible is god talks about god of the old testament talks about his emotions. Jesus in the new testament talks about his emotions and the bible talks very really about god being emotional. So i'm looking at the hatred of god and that's hard and we'll talk more about that. The anger god. I was talking about that a little bit. The jealousy of guy the sorrow god. The joy of god the compassionate guide in the love of god. The problem with the love of god was just almost too much. It's been said. But i think it's not uncommon for people to sink. Emotions are out of control. They need to be confined and restricted and makes a lot of sense. But i do just make part of how we control them. We talk about them. On one of the things i love in just very early genesis genesis. Six god basically it's quotes. We don't who god's talking to he says you know..
"david lamb" Discussed on Dad Tired
"We need god to be our shepherd. And i think there's just a lot of people who are hurting and a lot of people that are struggling with mental illness. I'm sure there's a lot of dads that are out there and they wanna talk about it because there's shame or stigma associated with that. That's where i think we do need to remember that. Jesus is the good shepherd a john ten or and the lord is my shepherd psalm. Twenty three we're lamb. And that's okay and that's humbling. I tell people yeah scheepers stupid but lambs are quite highly intelligent. Well that's actually probably not true. But but it's humbling to think of ourselves as it helpless or lamb. That's an appropriate analogy the one that we need to kind of grass if we are going to follow the good shepherd but because he is a good shepherd he realizes there wolves out there sometimes and you can't just be polite to the wolf because the wolf wants to attack the sheep and ripped their throats out and consume their flesh right. That's what wolves do. And so sometimes the shepherd to be a good shepherd means. She has to act strong violent and to protect his sheep. And i think god throughout the bible both old desmond a new testament models that for us. I love that distinction. Because i think you're right that there is a what. I often tied anger too. And what i think you just said was so accurate is usually about me and my own ego so when i heard you say that i thought when i'm most angry usually attached to my ego you have hurt my ego in some way and now i become angry and that isn't really a righteous anger. That's a very selfish anger. So that's how i i think for the listener. Just ask yourself okay. Think about all the last five times. You've been angry if you can think back to those were they ego centered or were they a righteous anger. And then i thought as you were just wrapping up that last thought i was thinking okay for me as somebody who's trying to protect my family and to lead my family. I want to protect them from anything that could destroy them. And so some of that might be physical but oftentimes. That's the least of the the case right like very rarely i've yet to have somebody breaks my home and try to hurt my family. If it comes to that. I want to protect them and i want to be the protector of my family but i also want to protect them from the dangers of sin. Both in my own life and in their life in my wife's life in my children's life. And so i am ferocious in the same way that jesus would be ferocious in protecting his sheep. I want to be ferocious in protecting my family from the dangers. The very real dangers of sin that want to destroy them and wants to destroy our family. And so those are some just kind of when i'm thinking through lion and lamb. I'm just. I wanna be a protector. But i also want to be a servant changing diapers doing and i'm given leftovers or whatever..
"david lamb" Discussed on Dad Tired
"Of god. Yeah and i think the same anger that we see jesus in the new testament we see in the old testament as well and god will judge people for their actions. And i think we see that in the old testament when we look at jesus and we look at how ya by the name of god in the old testament how he treats people and even his own people to judgement and he will punish is on people when they do not act in the way that he expects them and he's kind of clearly laid out for them in the law so some more we could say but if that's a start for someone who loves the scriptures and you've studied them at length and you have a to the best that you can have a full picture of who got from both old and new testament for you personally david. Like what conclusions do you make about the character of god specifically in this regard to the i dunno. Violence isn't right but just disposition like is when we see god in flesh in. Jesus when we see y'all way in the testament when you combine all that data and you were described like who is got. Is he really gentle pet and cheap. Is he a warrior. Is he both. What conclusions have you made about. Yeah and i think we may feel more comfortable with the jesus meek and mild but you know the lord is my shepherd salt. We love psalm. Twenty three but when you're at his israelite and the red sea is in front of you and the greatest military force that the world has known thus far is coming at you with chariots and you have no chance and your your slaves. You've been slaves or hundreds of years you're not soldiers and you think we are going to get wiped out if our god doesn't intervene or us yeah and he does by partying the red sea and drowning this army. That wanted to kill them. Look how they respond and you know it seems a little comical to us. We read ecstasy fifteen. They sing a song about how great their god is horse and rider. He is thrown into the sea. But they're singing that because they are so happy that their god delivered them from sudden death. Now and i think that because god is compassionate. He does intervene and judge people and protect people from further violence and again the israelites. At this point. This whites are the victims. Right-back been slaves for hundreds of years. They're not warriors now over time they become the people who are the powers and palestine and the promised land but at this point is on that definitely who they are and so god steps in because he's willing to because of compassion protect people his own people.
"david lamb" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"Community that was already hurting has now had the heart rich out of it. That walls You just heard that. David cameron postal the coast. David lamb the labor in here from again in a moment. All l- Ten years ago when those rights of updated mark duggan was shot. Dead by police. Officers in not tottenham in north london on the fourth of august. Twenty eleven two days later exactly ten years ago today was planned in tottenham something bigger. It leads us over the biggest vice in english history. not just in london. But across the country earlier. I caught up with david. Lamb the mp full tottenham am shadow. Justice secretary starts by asking him at what point he realized that the death of mark duggan was going to spark something bigger. I was hugely concerned. Following the killing of mark duggan on the thursday that tensions were building on the friday. There was a march organized to the police station. And i'm afraid the barak commander league local area was on holiday. The family were very badly treated. That found out about the death of mall called me the news and then by saturday afternoon when things started to feel harry and the rotting god it was really in those initial moments. That the policing didn't seem to be working in the car and top and flames in the middle of the ira very quickly. There was looting. There was fair that was concerned and it felt like if you like those writing taken over the streets and you might remember out the big cry at a time was where the police and of course what also happened was whilst there was writing on top and high roads In wood green just three miles away. Wood shopping city was draws the ransacked. Because there were no police there and i think that that played out on the news channels course and then what happened is we saw This five let across the country and croydon of course nuns and other parts of london at birmingham bova. Hamilton sofa. I it just took that. And i think the key things recall was there was blackberry. Messenger which is falling away now but it was a means of communication and there was a sense in which rights is organized. Rising organized ransacking outfox police at the time and then police came under heavy criticism. I do remember reporting on it at the time and there was this sort of slide feeling that there was almost a perfect storm of It was school holidays. it was It was caught all you know. The weather was goods license the police to season to be cautious but that it had implications who have the voting. Tv news then throw into that. Makes like you said social media and the ability to to organize and i suppose spread message both organiz warranty but also then spread information about writing so that other people could see what was happening. So it doesn't. It's not a thing. Which is just happens in tottenham and is on the news that night it's happening in real time and then also you throw into the mix the areas where it did spread to were areas whether poverty bath schools and all that sort of thing so that you just touch paper suppose which was lytton spread so i wonder if you was that just a one off thing or or could that happen again given the remember the the the the big question was how did this happen. How did this wall incident spark you know somebody gets shot in tottenham watched just that makes someone going nicotine in manchester so i think look all riots take a spark and certainly the spark on this occasion was the police killing of mark duggan. That was the spark But it's absolutely clear that if you look at the review paddling set up by the government. And boris johnson. The mayor time they made sixty five recommendations than they look quite hard that these communities where there were riots as they spoke the as they looked at the core cases. Three thousand people were put through the courts by the way and they were talking about resilience about character in communities they wanted focus on the troubled families that exists in every community across the country. And how the state was supporting and gathering around those individuals. I'm afraid on all of those counts. You services support for troubled families Unemployment areas like mine but also beyond youth unemployment at the moment is running. A full percent of youth are inactive the these. I'm afraid on these issues of not better. They've got worse. There are particular issues like stop and search of course which again has got worse. But i think across these communities the underlying issues of having a stake in society steak such you know if you've got a mortgage in a job very unlikely that you're gonna smash up a local neighborhood if you have got a mortgage and a job if you haven't got a stake in society and i'm afraid the results could be very very different to. That's what the review panel found his very best to go back to their work. And say look david cameron. Boris johnson said. We're going to fix a broken society. Has that happened on. Not sure it has an as your colleagues steve way. The shadow communities secretary talked about this yesterday with the report. The final report device communities victims panel and he he was making the bowling those circumstances still there that deep social inequalities Still exist Do you all you faithful. That could be something else which triggers a sympathy not least because actually the last eighteen months of being particularly tough on on young people. Whether it's you said the jobs market the educate your exams schools. Education universities all of that and Lots of them are feeling even more disaffected. I don't rhys riots on anybody. They were the toughest docket speaker. Stays of mine. Twenty one years in public life. But i'm afraid the underlying conditions remain and it would be.
"david lamb" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"david lamb" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"david lamb" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Four nine thirteen thirty one that's eight hundred nine four nine thirteen thirty one eight hundred nine four nine thirteen thirty one here's your W. will our weather channel forecast a wind swept rain on the way again tonight as we get into Friday then we're trying out for the weekend it will stay season which Philly on and off rain likely tonight rainfall around a half inch an increasingly gusty northeast wind blows the low forty he's rain in the morning on Friday could be disrupted for the rush hour then partly sunny windy morning hide your sixty falling into the forties by evening I'm meteorologist parts of it from the weather channel on seven ten W. warmth now so the closing numbers on Wall Street the Dow up again today up eighty nine points the nasdaq climbing sixty four nearly and the S. and P. up eleven points our next news and four thirty breaking news at one star David lamb Berman and Michael real in the morning six to ten tomorrow morning I'm Jeff McKinney seven ten W. O. R. N. B. C. news radio station still at forty degrees and the time is four oh six thousand dollars could be as easy as sending one tax W. O. R. K. hand now the nation wide key word coffee to two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text and info standard data and messaging rates apply in this nationwide contest that coffee two hundred two hundred good lock from seven ten W. O. R. brought to you by a comfortable way on Broadway this will come together come from the hit Broadway musical based on the remarkable true story get tickets now to this Tony Award winning sensation comfortable with receipts from ninety nine dollars American adventure has only just begun our spirit is still young the sun is still rising race is still shining in my fellow Americans the best is yet to come because it's a physical impossibility to lift yourself up by your bootstraps shoe laces it's physically impossible the whole thing is a job seventy one days presidential cold order order see to shine the.
"david lamb" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"david lamb" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And now we're following today's European Union summit in Brussels with the UK scheduled to leave the EU in just eight days. You officials say they will likely grant Britain a short delay in its departure from the block if Prime Minister Theresa may can win support for her Brexit deal in parliament. She has failed to do that twice and is expected to try again next week. Here's may speaking last night before she left for Brussels is delay is a matter of great personal regret for me and of this. I am absolutely sure you the public has had enough earlier today. I spoke with David lamb, a labor party member of parliament and asked him if Theresa May gets the delay. She's asking for would he be able to do what he wants to do offer the British people a second vote on Brexit. We need in parliament a long extension. We. I need to work through. If there is a deal to be found, and that will take some time because Theresa May excluded so much that should have been included. And of course, it may. Well, be as I have been saying many of us have been campaigning for that to bring our country back together, we need to ratify that deal. If people like the delay convoked through it. But in a sense for those who don't like it. They can have the option to remain within the European Union and its that that's gathering momentum. Because the polls are showing that if we held a referendum today remain would win by fifty seven percent. And that's Tyler why Theresa May who's become hostage to the hard right party. People like Boris Johnson Jacobs re small can frankly Nigel Farage on now really running the country. That's why they don't want the extra time. And that's why parliamentarians were so offended in parliament. Earlier in the week when she indicated that she wanted an extension, but she couldn't really say what the purpose was for other than to put a deal back to us for a third occasion. When of course, we will reject that deal. And the speaker was quite right to say, look, you can't keep bringing your deal back to parliament in this way. If the deal is rejected again, though, it sounds like the most likely outcome would be crashing out of the European Union. Is that your sense? Well, that's the course we settle that would be disruptive deeply disruptive for the UK for the European Union. I might say globally. It would have affect in the United States as well. It's a catastrophic decision. And I think that what we will see next week is that Theresa May's deal does not go through because actually now even people in our own party. You're upset on the basis of his speech last night. Which was so unpopular said what goes through I suspect that she will reside. Not is the right thing to do. And if she doesn't resign I would expect people in her own cabinet to push from office next week. We will then be into a leadership race in the conservative party and the European Union. I suspect will give us the long extension. The that we need the only other way to deal with this call seems to have a general election. But it's quite clear to me that Theresa May will not be standing is the leader of the conservative party in that general election. So we would need time for the conservatives to pick a new leader. But it's going to be a big week in politics next week. It will be no resolution. Solution to weather Britain is actually exiting the European Union. We will have to do everything in our power to ensure that we do not crush out with no deal. But it sounds like you're taking a pretty big risk there. Because if what you're saying doesn't happen, then the alternative would be to crash out with no deal. This is the most extraordinary game of poker. That I've ever seen played at an international level. We have a prime minister that has set us on a course with the hard right party that yes would see as crush out with no deal if she doesn't get deal through. But the overwhelming will of parliament is to stop no deal parliament voted last week to stop no deal. And I suspect that the European Union will let Sista in ensuring that we don't crush out with no deal in the event that Theresa May is unable to get had deal through. But look it's right down to the wire. And so your listeners in Las Vegas will be able to tell me what that prediction is probably placing bets right now. David Lamey member of parliament for the labor party joining us from London. Thank you so much. Thank you. Well this year in this country thirteen states have introduced bills that would limit a women's access to abortion supporters of one measure in Georgia her hopefully, it will soon pass their state legislature from member station. W A B E in Atlanta. Sam Whitehead reports earlier this month. Mike Griffin stood in a quiet corner of the Georgia capitol building recording a video on his smartphone. You'd.
President Trump, Brexit And Parliament discussed on Morning Edition
"Martin. Donald Trump junior has written a provocative op Ed in London's telegraph newspaper in the peace. President Trump's eldest son argues that British Prime Minister Theresa may should have listened to his father's advice about Brexit NPR's Lennon correspondent Frank Langfitt is with us now. Hi, Frank and good morning, Rachel. So this is kind of unusual. What is the crop of Don juniors argument? Well, what he says is Brexit and Trump supporters are basically brothers in arms fighting for independence against a global elite. That's trying to overturn popular votes. And in America, what he says he cites officials who have discussed apparently reportedly removing his father from office using the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution. Here. He finds the parallel in the in the UK are Brexit politicians who say Prime Minister Theresa may is trying to sabotage Brexit with this deal. That she can't seem to get through parliament. They could keep Britain tied to the EU indefinitely. And here's one of the money quotes. He says why is this important for Americans because Brexit is an example of how the establishment elites try to hurt the will of the people when they're given the chance, and he also says democracy in the UK is all but dead. Wow. So how's that going over? I mean parallel between Brexit in the in the Trump revolution. He is. And what's interesting here is the language is extreme by any standard. But some Brexit tears, and certainly the far-right press here would largely agree with him. And I'll give you an example, you know, many of Brexit tears and others feel that maze deal, which she's struggling with doesn't deliver on the referendum of two thousand sixteen. And that's one reason it keeps getting voted down in parliament. There's also talk of a second Brexit referendum this infuriates, Brexit supporters. They say democracy isn't a best out of three vote. And even some people who were in support of remaining in the you don't want a second referendum for just this reason. So there is there is something here not so much in the language, but the idea that does that would resonate to some degree with some Brexit ears. But what about more broadly in the British population? I mean is anyone saying, hey, Don, jR, business? Yeah. They are. So so people who support remain on Twitter or pretty dismissive as you would imagine David lamb. He's a member of parliament with. Labor the opposition labor party. And here's what he wrote this morning. Donald Trump junior telling Britain democracy is dead. Is it a joke? The same Trump junior who met a Kremlin linked lawyer at Trump Tower in June two thousand sixteen after he was promised dirt on Hillary Clinton. So you get a lot of some of the response this morning on Twitter is really given all the problems and scandals that the Trump administration has faced you're giving us advice. Right. What about trees? May. She waited. She has not. And I'm sure she won't go near this at all. Yes. So many other problems share. This is just not something that she wants to go near she's having trouble. She has to go back to Brussels to the EU probably tomorrow and ask for some kind of short extension because they can't get this through parliament here. One thing. That's interesting, though, is that I think wall some of the ideas here would resonate ordinarily the context in the messenger are probably the problem. You know, this is the son of a president. This is a very strange thing to to see with is not what normally happens in foreign policy, and the other thing is that the idea that people in the United States would be giving advice to politicians in the United Kingdom when both sides of the Atlantic. Are it's sort of unprecedented levels of political chaos. Just doesn't seem to make much
"david lamb" Discussed on KQED Radio
"John quota. They'll give you a one. A thirty two year old one call Hugo moves boxes in a warehouse in the inland. Empire were protecting workers identities. If they fear retaliation Hugo knows rest breaks can prevent he'd illness. But he has to keep up his quota Dylan does when people have two or three warnings. They know they're close to being fired. They get more stressful and don't take care of the health. Even where workers have a union backing them up. Finding time to drink water can be challenging economic business. I don't mind doing the work. But it's a lot of pressure run run run. Martin Lopez is fifty four she worked on a canning line at Pacific coast producers in woodland all summer, the sensor she carried measure. A bipartisan Bill protecting more than a million acres of new wilderness. Expanding parks and closing off some areas to mining is on President Trump's desk awaiting his signature, it's the biggest land conservation Bill in a decade in the president is expected to sign it in California. It includes a dramatic expansion of desert wilderness, plus miles of wild and scenic rivers, David lamb from is the California desert director with the national parks conservation association and has worked for a decade on this legislation. He joins me now from bar still good morning. Morning. Great to be with you. So you've been at this ten years, David how did a bipartisan conservation Bill get through this congress? What's a great question? And the reality is is that nowadays, you don't see individual pieces of public lands legislation generally moving through the house with the Senate. What you see his larger package is being put together what are called omnibus public land's bills and many of the piece of legislation represented within that larger package have been waiting up to a decade to be passed. And so it's not just a matter of of why. Now, it's that there's been a significant backlog of legislation related to public lands. And the fact that this legislation passed just a couple of days ago is a profound conservation victory for places all across the country. So there is something for almost every state in this very much. So and you saw that at the proof is in the pudding it passed the Senate ninety two eight and over three hundred and sixty. Members of the house of representatives voted for this so incredibly bipartisan support, and basically this piece of legislation flew through both houses of congress and now awaits the president's signature now we're talking about a big expansion of wilderness protection was anybody's private property taken for this. The reality is is that when we're talking about public land's. We're talking about lands that are already owned by the federal government. And now there are new levels of protections added to those public lands. So we're not speaking about private property at all and private property was not taken to do this type of conservation. And it's adding thousands of acres to death valley and Joshua tree national parks. What does that mean for people who visit those areas? Well, what we've seen in the California desert is that we've seen millions and millions more visitors every year to the California desert. So there's just more remarkable landscape for people to explore. So I think the visitors are going to be very excited to be able to visit these newly added landscapes, but the other pieces that this is really important as wildlife habitat and for the ecological integrity of the park. So in both cases, the additions to Jaffer ended up valley editions are really significant ecological pieces that were missing and adding them in, you know, really help protect the integrity of the parks themselves. We heard last August that the bird populations in the Mojave desert were collapsing will these new protections help any animals to survive the changes happening from warming? We understand here in the California desert that our ecosystem is going to be disproportionately affected by climate change. It's going. Affect the species that we have here. It's going to affect the vegetation we have here and one of the core strategies for protecting this landscape in perpetuity is protecting land and connecting it together. So that there's ecological connections. So that species can move up gradient downgrade and be able to access water resources and to avoid places where the temperatures or the climate isn't as favorable as it may have once been previously. So the connection of these large landscapes together, for example, connecting low elevations and high elevations is really significant part of the strategy to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. And that's also if we're just being really clear, and honest that doesn't mean that every species might farewell, even in this new regime, but this is the very best thing we can be doing at least, I'm a landscape level to create opportunities for species to move and thrive in. A rapidly changing world, David thanks very much for talking to us. It's a pleasure to be with you. Thank you for your time. That was David lamb from of the national parks conservation association. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly in Alabama. The sheriff of Lee county says the death toll from a weekend tornado may rise as thirties reach more damaged and destroyed houses and mobile homes. Sheriff Jay Jones says right now there are twenty three confirmed fatalities with debris spread over a wide area. Have not seen this type of a level of destruction ever in my experience here in county in that covers a span back. I know for at least fifty years, we have not had.
"david lamb" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"Then David lamb is very cool yellow Vega. I I was thinking hearing when he mentioned the tea party is like the Boston deeper. I think really came full circle for us over here. Hoisted by petard. I well, I do hope they figure this out because I, you know, like, sometimes you you look at Wall Street in people investing in the US and jobs, and you think about how much political risk doesn't feel like it's baked into the financial markets between the government and the US being shut down for nearly a month in UK's slowly walking into this disaster. It feels ominous disabled there's like three things happening all which Trump either or supports the China trade war. Yes. The government shutdown and Brexit that if those three things kind of continue to Corinne in the wrong direction, the we are in for serious recession. I mean, the IMF is already cutting global growth predictions. Consumer confidence is now at the lowest point at any time in the Trump presidency m- their indicators that are licking interfaces here in in these role. It's amazing to talk to David. These are all self inflicted wounds hike, and as here like just like Trump news, Mitch McConnell to. To know this shutdown isn't working they can't climb down off the cliff because they're so scared of their own right wing base. It's the same thing for me. Like, she knows this isn't working, and yet the whole country's just kind of stuck in place because she's more frayed of you know, Boris Johnson than she is of doing, you know, it's not a lot of political courage on either side of the punt yet. Well, let's get to some different news. Yeah. North korea. President Trump just announced a second summit with Kim Jong UN in February of this year..
"david lamb" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"We have a two part show for you today. I Ben and I talk with a member of parliament named David lamb -i about Brexit. It is an ongoing rolling disaster much like our own government shutdown. He tries to help us understand. How would they got themselves in this position to begin with what's happening with Theresa May's plan to manage Brexit in what will come next when things likely fail? Then Ben, and I talked through a lot of the world's news first. There's the announcement from President Trump that he's going to have a second summit with Kim Jong UN in February we discussed whether that's a good idea. What the downside risk is to letting the North Koreans drag this out in how these talks came to be. Then we talk about the fact that the Israelis are now striking Ronnie and targets. In Syria seems a little risky, but there's a lot of complexities here. That are worth walking through. We talk about Brett mcgurk, the former head of the global ISIS coalition. He would not add about ISIS and Syria and the state of play there. And then finally, we conclude with Afghanistan, there was a pretty serious Taliban attack on intelligence base in Wardak province that I think speaks to the country's ability to stand up on its own after we're gone, and you know, just the state of play with the Pete talk there. So it's a great show covered a lot of ground today. And here's the conversation. David lemme. On the line from the UK is David lamb me. He's a member of parliament in the United Kingdom, and a member of the labor party in a recurring guest. Best British friend of the pot on pasta as well. That's right. David. Thank you again for joining us. Thank you. It's great. Thank you. So David unite talked in the fall when the car was kind of careening towards the edge of the cliff and this outcome seemed somewhat preordained, but I do think it's worth just for some of our listeners. Let's go quickly all the way back to the beginning here. And I think it's worth it for you to explain one more time, both why the Brexit referendum happened. And also what that Brexit referendum mandated, right because that and -ticipant this question that will get to whether or not there could be another referendum. Right. So so what are the origins of that first referendum under David Cameron? The best way to understand the fact. We had the first referendum is to for an American audience, particularly as to think about the tea party. So we had a version of tea party. And that was you Kip who kinda biting away at the traditional conservative party in the UK, and they were biting away on issues primarily around immigration, and it was kind of like an independence movement, the the idea of the UK should be independent of the European Union. And somehow we would giving the European Union lots of money pooling sovereignty with all the twenty seven countries in the European Union, and that we should get that money back and that we should go back in time. If you like to kind of empi period where Britain ruled waves Britain to you know could. Sign trade deals with the rest of the world and ten back. If you like the EU, but the real issue was immigration, David commun- foolishly in order to assuage. This tendency on the right on his right? Flank promise them a referendum. He fumed referendum would be in the brain that it would be easy. The campaign was very pool and we lost a whole set of things with set during the campaign that never evident verbal that. We would have forty trade deals on day one that it would be easy to leave the European Union that they would be begging to create a deal because we're such an important country. It would be beneficial to them. And so we find ourselves now in twenty nine teen with a really poor deal. I've gotta say the deal that threes may have striked. Maybe probably I don't know the best that we could get in the. Circumstances. But it it's a very poor deal for the UK in so many ways it's not clear we'd be able to strike car. Independent trade deal. It causes tremendous problems on the Irish border. We would be a rule take from the EU with very little say about the rules that we receive federal many reasons it's a bit of a bit of a mess..
"david lamb" Discussed on Here & Now
"British Prime Minister Theresa may faces a no confidence vote today after parliament rejected her Brexit deal by historic margin. The prime minister is fighting for her job and also finding to keep her plan for the UK to leave the European Union alive. After lawmakers rejected it by four hundred thirty two two hundred and to vote joining us now is a labor party member of parliament, David lamb, who was one of those who voted no yesterday. Mr. lemme welcome back to here. Now, it's great to join the great to join me. So have you lost confidence? In the prime minister. Frankly, I lost confidence in this prime minister, many, many months ago Brexit was never purely a party political issue. And right from the beginning Theresa May could and should have pursued leaving the European Union in a cross party consensual Mana. Instead, she. Pursued it purely in the interests of the conservative party and found herself in the pockets of an extreme element of how Palffy who would want to leave the paean union in a hard Brexit manna that would cause tremendous damage to the British economy. And that's why we all we all because she insisted on red lines with the European Union on freedom of movement. She did not want to customs union, which would have kept friction Lewis trade with the European Union. And all of those reasons where in this mess. It is staggering an unprecedented to lose in parliament by two hundred never before in the history of the UK parliament has a government been defeated in this way. But do you think that there will be a general election? And do you think that enough people in parliament have confidence in your party's later? Jeremy Corbyn to be the next prime minister. I've always said that it is absolutely right. That the opposite. Mission should put down a no confidence motion in this prime minister. But I've always felt that we would not succeed in that. No confidence vote because the DP the Northern Irish MP's will vote with the government. And actually there is no conservative that will vote to bring down there in governments. But like asking Turkey to vote for Christmas and say that reason she will get through tonight. And that does mean that Jeremy Corbyn has to very quickly decide whether he is going to facilitate a Brexit and work with the government on this hottest of Brexit or indeed whether he will get behind the momentum. Now that is building for people's vote. Well, we've talked before, and we know that you want a second referendum on Brexit. What are you gonna do? Now to try to make that happen. How likely do you think it is that it will happen while there is momentum with the people's votes? More and more members of parliament. Off saying that they believe that this must be the way forward, and they're saying it for a simple reason. And that is because politics is stock. It's not clear there is any consensus in the UK parliament for any kind of Brexit, and any which way you look it's very hard to get a deal in those circumstances. The only way, you know, system to break the logjam is to go back to the people in an election. I've said I don't think that's going to happen or a referendum. And then the people in parliamentarians to go down a certain route. I hope of course that route is to remain within the European Union. So the momentum is building behind this case. And ultimately, I think we're going to end up in a situation where to resume doesn't give very much over the coming weeks because she I think is more keen to remain in line with her potty than she is if you like to be in line with history and getting that Brexit, and I think that that. Will expose the neighbor position over time. And as I said this morning, Jeremy Corbyn Consett on the fence forever because I'm afraid he's going to get splinters in places he doesn't want. Should he do that? He has to opt ultimately for the option. Once all the options are off the table that indeed brings an end to this logjam, which is the people's right now, you can only do that. By the way, if you extend article fifty and that gives us longer to get through these issues and hopefully have that timetable for a second referendum vote. So you would support an extension of article fifty not have the date be March twenty ninth..
"david lamb" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"But again, we con- just we con- just blame Brussels and say, oh, you know, these EMMY pieces hold that Fulton and tell us what happened David lamb gave a speech in parliament yesterday. Very aptly said dombre blame Brussels blame us the members of parliament and Westminster because we let you down then you head of HR at the European Union patriot laws. What do you what do you do? What's the next sort of policy to be iterative by the European Union? And in terms of how we can make things feel a little bit leaner a little bit sharper. And indeed make us fall in love with your with European parliament once again, if possible mean that they definitely need some good press. And and that that does a lot more awareness. I mean, it's such a shame that it took something like Brexit. I think forever on suddenly. Brillo is I hope Brussels as well realize the, you know, I think that what they do is incredible. And I I love the I'm very sad to be leaving. But it just it doesn't trickle down very well and anecdote people very angry. It goes into the situation. We're in now. So yeah, awareness spreading I think, you know, maybe at an EMMY Ps having a lot more to do with the communities and not just hanging out and instruct, but what about you? It's interesting because EMMY peas, I think at least in the Italian example, which always bring up because. It's it's not having selection to feel disconnected from their own party of of belonging in the national context as well. And I think that link is is the link that needs to exist. More de Maya went into Brussels to have meetings about his alliance is in the next in the next election and didn't even find time to meet with his own EMMY piece, I think that's where the fault line is. If you re in states the connection between the MP's NDMP's than that communication, perhaps can happen. A bit more him not in the Milka. We'll because I think we're loaded people should forget is that you don't necessarily need to sit in the house of komo's to be member of parliament the like charissa. There's just a massive disconnection between domestic politics and European politics. And the I just think that does need to be more transparency. I wonder if we can get it changed. I wonder if we can stop them guessing that eight thousand years months, get them to donate it to something. Shame them. Who knows? You're listening to Midori house. He was me Emma, Nelson, patrons milk and chocolate and Kiara Ramallah coming up. We look at the. Benefits to student life online and in person, and we enjoy a single longer night out at the movies. Very own monocle library is growing into a robust collection of well-turned out titles for an in depth.
Theresa May fights for her job amid Brexit turmoil
"Because that would mean risking denying Brexit, even still think Brexit joining us now is David lamb e a member of parliament from the opposition labour party, David Lamey. Welcome to here. Now. Great to be with you. And let's just be clear before we get into this conversation about your point of view, you if you had your druthers, you would just not Brexit at all, right?