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Fresh update on "dems" discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

00:54 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dems" discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Warning from the U. S. To China that any attempt to forcefully disrupt the Western Pacific and invade Taiwan would be a serious mistake. We know that China is very aggressive. They are testing the Biden administration Senator Marsha Blackburn on Fox News Live, describing China along with North Korea, Russia and Iran as the new axis of evil Iran, calling an incident at an underground Nuclear facility, a terrorist cyber attack just hours prior to the incident, Natanz started to enrich uranium using new advanced centrifuges that allow the process to be done faster. This lead media here in Jerusalem to speculate that Israel was behind the blackout. Fox is Trey Yanks. No official claim of responsibility. Nuclear negotiations are set to begin next week. America is listening to Fox News. Coming up Monday morning on Justice and Drew is the Biden administration and Congressional Dem is making a huge mistake. Pushing their leftist agenda will discuss with Andrew Langer plus further coverage of the shop in trial with Channel Force Jason to Russia and from Alfa News, Scott Johnson justice and you're alive in local 6 to 9 Twin cities news talk No returning to Ken Matthews, Your guide on the G I B network. Anyway, when when you think And my parents told me this Hey, attention to what people talk about what they're talking.

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The Concept Of Metabolic Flexibility With Robb Wolf

20 Minute Fitness

06:11 min | 2 weeks ago

The Concept Of Metabolic Flexibility With Robb Wolf

"Let's dive a bit deeper into metabolic health in general. I would say the us stephanie. Facing metabolic health. Dem's it's become so so tough that you know. Diabetes is on the rise diabetes type two and obesity is on the rise and aloft. It can be let back to metabolic flexibility or the lack of it. Maybe can talk about more about the concept actually pollick expolit the actually means and why it is important. Yeah being metabolic flexible in in kind of a textbook definition really speaks to the ability to use a variety of different fuel sources that mainly really carbohydrate and fat though although by extension ketone very seamlessly with with little drama little difficulty really not a big change in in performance or perception. My wife is an example of somebody who's very metabolic flexible. She can go kito goes in. She goes out no headache. Lethargy no problems She can eat a fair amount of carbs and doesn't suffer. You know a really crazy blood. Sugar excursion she doesn't get like blood. Sugar crashes unless she really you know if she a ghost for the extra large mexican meal of beans and rice and tortillas and you know and right and then she can feel kinda rough from that like she can overdo it but she needs to really try to do that and in researching some material for my second book wired to eat. We did some side by side. Comparisons where i would eat say fifty grams of carbohydrate from white rice. She would eat the same amount. She's a good thirty or forty pounds lighter than i am but she would still her blood. Sugar would over a two hour period of time. Never really get above about one hundred and fifteen hundred twenty you know. Throughout the course of that whole experience was mind would top off round one. Ninety one ninety five. I would then suffer. Really cloud rafic crash blurred vision cognitive problems. I mean i was. I was kind of a disaster on that. And so this was you know it was cool in that it gave a little bit more concrete explanation for what i'd seen clinically. Which is that. This person seems to run great on carbs. This person doesn't and you know here's there's kind of like an actual yeah and just to be clear. You're not diabetic. North korea pre-diabetic new. But i think if i ate carbs pretty consistently i would get there rather rather rapidly. Yeah or or the minimum. I would suffer a lot of deleterious health effects. Light like a a vision problems and and whatnot. Yeah yeah so. How do you explain now. Like metabolic flexibility. Like how does it cure or is it just something that some people have in some. Don't i not entirely sure. I think that there's multiple factors at play here for sure. Genetics is a piece of this. People who have more of the emily's gene more frequency of the emily's gene seemed to do better with carbohydrates. They seem to digest them better but they also have a more favourable insulin response. It seems to keep the insulin. Or the blood glucose levels within tighter parameters and. Here's an interesting thing that i For me it was kind of this. This pretty deep inside. I don't know if it is for other people but an individual like myself to have good blood glucose levels after he reasonably low carb like probably below fifty grams of total carbs. Day sometimes more. Like if i'm really active or whatnot but it in that situation. Abbott pretty consistent blood glucose response throughout the day. People were very metabolic flexible or very insulin. Sensitive they looked like i look like eating significant amounts of carbs. And that's really the big difference there in the people who eat significant amounts of carbs and don't suffer the blood sugar crashes which then lead into the over over consumption of food writ. Large i think is where we kind of see the distinction between folks Twenty years ago. I was definitely a bit indie. Insulin hypothesis camp. I think over the over the course of time. I've i've come to the conclusion to. Yeah chronically elevated. Insulin levels are definitely a problem but insulin. In and of itself is not the primary driver of of Say type two diabetes and insulin resistance and whatnot you kind of a classic gary tops approach I don't buy into that but at the same time ni- fully on board with say like it fits your macrophages crowd. That will just say so. Long as composition doesn't really matter you just need to keep control of your portions and a free living world free living population. How you keep control of portions is really important. Not that many people have the discipline or the neuroses to do basically like a figure competitors lifestyle like that. That's a big lift for a lot of folks and so finding a way that people can spontaneously match caloric intake and output. I think is kind of where the ticket is. And that's where people kind of find own their their metabolic flexibility optimum belay yet. He asked a really good question. I did a poor job of answering it at you. Know what is metabolic flexibility. What goes into a defining it genetic so definitely a big piece. The gut microbiome appears to be a big piece. The caveat to that is we know it's important. I don't think very many people have any idea what to do to improve that. Like probiotics works for some people pre baddeck fiber work for others and for some people all of those absolute disaster and do nothing. So i think there's a lot of Charlatanism that goes around the gut microbiome. We know absolutely that. It's important. But i think the only thing that we can really hang our hat on is if we do something and has a clinical outcome of improving gut else and improving metabolic flexibility. That's great but we're not really at a great predictive place with that like i. I think there's a lot of goofiness that on the testing and whatnot. There is some lesser known or considered things like iron overload particularly in in men or postmenopausal women excess iron accumulation in the body is a pro oxidant in that pro oxidative status can increase inflammation and increased inflammatory state Degrades insulin sensitivity and by extension the Metabolic flexibility so. There's some big picture things that we know. Feed into metabolic flexibility and again. I think that we have burying degrees of control over those different lever.

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House OKs Dems' immigration bills for Dreamers, farm workers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

House OKs Dems' immigration bills for Dreamers, farm workers

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the house okays immigration bills for dreamers and farm workers on a near party line votes the house has approved a bill offering legal status to so called dreamers young people who were brought to the United States illegally as children the bill which passed on a two twenty eight to one ninety seven vote would also create a path to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of migrants who were admitted to the US for humanitarian reasons on a separate vote the house approved another measure creating similar protections for one million farm workers who are in the U. S. illegally the measures now advance to the Senate where support from at least ten Republicans would be needed to break GOP filibusters Mike Crossey out Washington

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Bidding War for Laser Maker Coherent Intensifies

MarketFoolery

04:17 min | 3 weeks ago

Bidding War for Laser Maker Coherent Intensifies

"Coherent is back in the news. Coherent a company specializing in equipment to make an measure lasers back in january. Coherent agreed to be acquired by lament him in a deal worth five point. Seven billion dollars. Stick with me here. In february s. instruments came in with an offer of six billion after that to six came in with an offer of six point four billion which leads us to this morning and coherent saying that lou mendham has increased their original bid to six point nine billion and oh by the way. Shares of coherent are up seventy percent year to date not in the past twelve months. Just here in twenty twenty one different ways. I wanna go here. Let me start with this because at when we talked about this on market foolery back in january. One of the things you had said about coherent was look. And i'm paraphrasing. But you said look. They do some interesting stuff they do. Some things that lament doesn't do but coherent businesses kinda struggled over the past year. So i i guess my first question is are you surprised by this bidding war for this business. It is. yeah. I must say. I'm a little bit. I'm a little bit surprised by it. I i would pay money for for dan to insert like the as the world. Turns music into this. This intro because i really. This is like the soap opera of two thousand twenty one thus far right i mean this has been pretty fascinating to watch i. I have recommended lamentin and two six as a stocks for for members over the course of the years. And i i think i mean i didn't see this coming it really felt like with the initial lamentable tie up. Both parties were happy. They kinda came to an agreement. Initially that transaction was valued at around five point seven billion dollars in stock holders would get one hundred dollars per share in cash and one point one eight five one shares of lamentable for each coherent share. And then as you as you as you noted i mean this went back and forth with a few different companies in really it all boils down to what coherent does well. The business hasn't performed All that great recently in a part of that is just due to market conditions. But this all boils down to getting coherence laser expertise and that's lasers and photonics represent a big opportunity in that something that lamentable does. But it's a very small part of their business lament. Dems bigger focus. As i've mentioned before is on that vertical cavity surface emitting laser technology. I know it's a mouthful but that's ultimately sensor based technology. That's going gonna play more into our lives as we see five g in sixty connectivity. Get faster so so then you fast forward to today now. I mean coherence stockholders will receive two hundred and twenty dollars per share in cash in point six one shares of lamenting so they really sweetened the deal by amping up the amount of cash as opposed to the the percentage of shares that you would get in elementary stock and i think another. I think another reason why this deal. This is probably the last tango. I think this probably will wrap it. Up is because you have a tech investment firm there silver lake which is really Is really supporting this deal. They're going to invest one billion dollars in new business And they've got something like eighty billion dollars in assets under management today ten focused so so they have a lot of expertise in a lot of these different areas So so again. This is about the laser business. Lamentable clearly wants it to six understand why they would want it as well It is not cheap. I mean this is this. Is something where you're going to be paying around e abbott sixty times that's a little bit Reflective of less than normal times given the current state of affairs distill. They're paying for it and it must be feeling pretty good right now to be a coherent shareholder knowing that in such high demand

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Top Dems call on Cuomo to resign amid harassment allegations

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:23 sec | Last month

Top Dems call on Cuomo to resign amid harassment allegations

"New York Senator Chuck Schumer and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio renewing calls today for governor Andrew Cuomo to step down as 1/7 accuser comes forward. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on ABC is this week. People have toe look inside themselves and say, Uh, Governor Cuomo also Are they? How affected is their leadership and leading the state?

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Met Police chief urged to resign after 'disgraceful' clashes between officers and crowds

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | Last month

Met Police chief urged to resign after 'disgraceful' clashes between officers and crowds

"Police chief Cressida Dick, his facing calls to resign over the way her force broke up on unauthorized vigil for a woman allegedly kidnapped and murdered by a policeman. On Saturday, officers forcibly remove people who are paying tribute to Sarah Everard in a port in a park near where she was last seen alive his home and Jones, pretty for tell the home secretary said that she had seen some of the scenes and she described him as upsetting. She has demanded a full report from the Metropolitan Police. About exactly what happened. The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said. What he had seen was unacceptable. He said he didn't think the response was appropriate or proportionate. We had the leader of the Lib Dem Sue said. Requested that they should resign because she'd lost the confidence of women in London. So some really strong reaction.

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Huge virus aid bill gets final OK in win for Biden, Dems

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Huge virus aid bill gets final OK in win for Biden, Dems

"Congress has given final approval to a landmark cope with nineteen relief built a major win for president Biden and his first weeks Massachusetts is Richard Neal and other Democrats passed the one point nine trillion dollar bill arguing that he believes that spending big can be a cure not of course and the nation needs massive team to beat the pandemic with this seismic legislation we are delivering much needed help and relief to millions of our fellow Americans house GOP leader Kevin McCarthy says it's not about relief it's about ramming through things that have nothing to do with the virus it's a laundry list of left wing priorities that predate the pandemic no Republicans in either the house or Senate backed the measure which will send direct payments to most Americans starting this month Sager mag ani Washington

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Biden, Dems prevail as Senate OKs $1.9T virus relief bill

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:54 min | Last month

Biden, Dems prevail as Senate OKs $1.9T virus relief bill

"Senate. Democratic leaders have reached an agreement over unemployment benefits with moderate democratic senator joe manchin ending a nine hour. Standoff threatened to derail action on president biden's covert relief bill. The agreement would extend the existing three hundred dollar weekly unemployment benefit through september the sixth and it offers tax forgiveness and to ten thousand two hundred dollars in unemployment benefits for those who make less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year in a statement released tonight. Senator manchin said we have reached a compromise that enables the economy to rebound quickly while also protecting those receiving unemployment benefits from being hit with unexpected tax bills. Next year joining us. Now on this breaking news democratic. Senator tim kaine of virginia he is a member of the senate budget committee. And the senate armed services committee senator. Kaine good to see you this evening on one hand. I'm not quite sure what what was happening. In the senate for nine hours on the other hand we have crossed an important hurdle at this point and are moving toward the passage of this bill. Tell me what is going on malley. You're right. I mean we've got fifty democratic senators and we need every one of their votes to get this bill which will do so much good for americans to president by his desk. Senator manchin hannah concern about the way the unemployment insurance benefits were structured. And he stuck to his guns and that concern was not my concern. I i really liked the bill as it came over from the house. I think we made it. Stronger of senator manchin needed some additional adjustments to get there. But now we're there and we're gonna rocket four and they're going to be dozens. Maybe hundreds of amendments that republicans will offer tonight and tomorrow but democrats. We have linked arms with president biden said. The american public needs this relief and they needed soon. And we're gonna stay at our desks and tell sometime over the weekend. We send this bill back to a house for a quick vote so the president by to get it next week four unexpected. It's obvious why so. Many americans support this bill. It's not actually a partisan thing it's money that people need in their pockets. It is overwhelmingly popular amongst americans. It is even supported by the majority of republican voters. What's going on. what's what's the reason for. Fifty republicans not voting in favor of this and by the way. No republicans voted in favor of it in the house alley. My my gut is this. I think they've made a strategic decision and remember just replay. The tape back to the beginning of the obama biden administration. They just sort of decided no matter what. The new president offers to rescue the american economy. We're going to be against it. I will say this. This is a bill. That is just chock full of of provisions that republicans have offered in past years. It's chock full of provisions that are desired by republican governors. And mayors as you point out it's full of provisions that are popular republican voters and when it's implemented it's gonna do enormous good for republicans and independents and democrats so they made a strategic decision. That and i can't put myself in their shoes about why they don't want to be four but will be able to bring the final bill out and show you. How much bipartisan Agreement there is this bill. The democrats are just riveted upon the fact. We're still ten million jobs down from where we were laying out here. We've lost five hundred thousand people. Were not out of the woods yet. We're not gonna go slow to go fast. Climb out of this crisis.

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Dem split on jobless benefits slows relief bill in Senate

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Dem split on jobless benefits slows relief bill in Senate

"A jump in hiring is fueling optimism about America's economic recovery which could be a problem for president Biden as he tries to push his massive virus relief package through Congress the president's argue the economy needs big help at a meeting with economic advisors he said last month surprisingly strong job gains were partly due to government aid in December well rescue plan and these games are going to slow and later was told by Washington area bus driver almost Williams even those who still have jobs are struggling we had a title with handles on the first of the month and now with struggling to Pam on the fifteenth Senate Republicans are rejecting the relief package with Mitch McConnell arguing the jobs report shows the nation primed for a roaring recovery we are already on track to bounce back from this crisis Sager mag ani Washington

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Dems trim jobless benefits, Senate debates virus relief bill

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Dems trim jobless benefits, Senate debates virus relief bill

"As the Senate works toward approving a massive virus relief bill Democrats are agreeing to concession aimed at shoring up support the deal lowers a weekly emergency jobless benefits from the four hundred dollars in the house's bill to three hundred dollars while extending the payments for a month it's an effort by democratic leaders to secure support from moderate members and and narrowly split Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is urging the chamber to quickly pass the bill and speed up the day when the nation can get past the pandemic or comedy can come roaring back but Republicans argue that doesn't require and nearly two trillion dollar bill our country is already set for a roaring recovery leader Mitch McConnell says there are signs the nation's twin crises are easing Democrats just want an excuse to push through a liberal wishlist Sager mag ani Washington

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With Biden's backing, Dems revive bill to overhaul policing

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last month

With Biden's backing, Dems revive bill to overhaul policing

"The house has passed a police overhaul bill mostly along party lines name for George Floyd whose death in Minneapolis sparked months of protests and calls for change with George Floyd's family watching at the capitol user two twenty eight the nays are two twelve Democrats pushed through legislation to ban police chokeholds and qualified immunity and make it easier for prosecutors to pursue legal action against officers California congresswoman Maxine waters way blacks are under siege by roll pops that we pay to protect and serve both North Carolina Republican Dan bishop accuses Democrats of putting police in danger please stop the political gains stop slandering law enforcement house speaker Nancy Pelosi says even if it can't bring back George Floyd Brianna Taylor or dozens of others it will take a tremendous step forward to stop the violence stem the suffering and start to build a better America it's not clear if the bill can pass in the Senate Jackie Quinn Washington

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Barcelona Turning a Corner?

ESPN FC

00:54 sec | Last month

Barcelona Turning a Corner?

"But also taking on severe in the second leg of the semi final. Remember severe on the. I like to boss lender with a good start. Dem belly storing often twelve minutes be frustrated by the severe defense in this one well because he never closed the bolden. that's why so good. Start for bacelona however severe with the chance to make it one one and of course way goes to count in this competition of campbell's down he would then dustin south down and take the penalty which was then save by task. And what a key moment that would be because then in the ninety second min- fernando with the foul just on the edge of the box. He is sent off for a second. Yellow free-kick nothing comes out for a corner from the corner though eventually greeson plays into. Pk headed into the back to to and from that moment it was only really gonna be one winner. Windsor extra time braithwaite scoring what proved to be the winning goal.

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Senate Democrats still finishing their Covid relief bill as time runs out this week

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

01:36 min | Last month

Senate Democrats still finishing their Covid relief bill as time runs out this week

"Senate is expected to kick off a marathon session to pass that one point nine trillion dollars in eight for americans that we've been talking about for months now and clear your schedule because it will likely dragana all week long. Chuck schumer said monday. Senators can expect some late late night spending quality time with the bill. Why because they're still going back and forth about some pretty important details just last night. Senate dem's left the capital with one crucial policy disagreement unresolved how big those weekly federal unemployment bonus checks should be. Here's where the fight stands right now on one side. Senate moderates wanna push for a last-minute cut from four hundred dollars to three hundred dollars a week while extending the bonus cash for a longer period of time on the other side behind closed. Doors dumps are saying not a chance guys biden himself urged them in a private call last night to put their disagreements behind them and just get the bill passed as is given that mcconnell's rallying the entire gop caucus to go against the relief package. Schumer can't afford to lose a single democratic vote not one and the clock is ticking as the first procedural vote could happen today. Remember chuck promised to send the bill to biden's desk before eighteen. The day boosted federal unemployment benefits expire and with biden's saying yesterday that the. Us will have enough vaccine supply for all adults by making say it again for every adult in america by the end of may that's progress. The is ramping up to get those shots quickly which the relief package includes money to do. Plus the push to reopen schools amid the pandemic is ramping up

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House nears relief bill passage; Dems mull wage hike rescue

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last month

House nears relief bill passage; Dems mull wage hike rescue

"The house has approved the president's one point nine trillion dollar pandemic relief package along the straight party line vote sending it to the Senate it was a thin margin yes Sir two hundred nineteen that they start to ten on a bill that speaker Nancy Pelosi says will throttle forward the nation's effort to combat covert nineteen action nations in the arms of the American people money into the pockets children into the schools workers back into their jobs but Republicans like Pennsylvania's guy Russian Balder say only a fraction of the spending is devoted to the pandemic so what are the Democrats spending the rest of the money on crop pet projects of course and also pay Oster per progressive liberal special interest groups the house bill kept in a minimum wage hike proposal even though Senate rules say it has to be removed party leaders insist they will find a way to revive the fifteen dollar an hour proposal Jackie Quinn Washington

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Dem’s lawsuit accuses Trump of inciting deadly Capitol riot in Washington, DC

All Things Considered

00:59 sec | Last month

Dem’s lawsuit accuses Trump of inciting deadly Capitol riot in Washington, DC

"A Democratic congressman from Mississippi has filed a civil lawsuit accusing former President Trump and his attorney, Rudy Giuliani off conspiracy to incite the January 6th. The riot at the U. S. Capitol. As NPR's Ryan Lucas reports too far right groups, the proud boys and the oath keepers are also named as defendants in the suit. Congressman Bennie Thompson is suing Trump in the others for allegedly conspiring to incite the capital Riot. Disrupt the official counting of electoral college votes. The lawsuit alleges that was a violation of the Ku Klux Klan Act, which protects against conspiracies that seek to prevent members of Congress from fulfilling their constitutional duties. Suit says that trumpet Giuliani inside of the crowd at the January 6th rally near the White House, while the proud boys and the oath keepers spearheaded the attack on the capital. Thompson had to shelter in the House gallery during the attack before being ushered to safety by security. The lawsuit is the first against Trump over the Capitol riot since the Senate acquitted him on Saturday on the impeachment charge of inciting in

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Dem Sen. Manchin asks Biden to reverse Keystone XL rejection

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Dem Sen. Manchin asks Biden to reverse Keystone XL rejection

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting a leading Senate Democrat asks president Biden to reverse his rejection of the keystone XL oil pipeline senator Joe Manchin the new chairman of the Senate energy committee is urging president Joe Biden to reconsider his executive order revoking a presidential permit for the on again off again keystone XL oil pipeline in siding with Republicans the West Virginia Democrat said in a letter to Biden keystone XL and other pipelines continue to be the safest mode to transport oil and natural gas resources and they support thousands of high paying American union jobs mansion is also questioning Biden's action to have the U. S. rejoined the global Paris climate agreement might rejoin the Paris agreement on his first day in office Mike Rossio Washington

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Dems propose $1,400 payments as part of Biden virus relief

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Dems propose $1,400 payments as part of Biden virus relief

"I'm Julie Walker house Democrats are proposing fourteen hundred dollar payments to Americans making up to seventy five thousand dollars as part of president Biden's coded relief plan the proposal comes as Congress begins to piece together the one point nine trillion dollar relief package that tracks president Biden's plan for battling the pandemic and reviving a still staggering economy besides the fourteen hundred dollar direct payments to individuals Democrats on the house ways and means committee bolstered unemployment benefits and offered more generous tax breaks for families with children for lower earners and for those buying health insurance on the marketplaces created by the affordable Care Act the panel which plans to approve the measure by week's end would also provide health care subsidies for some unemployed workers I'm Julie Walker

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Dem-led House, drawing a line, kicks Greene off committees

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Dem-led House, drawing a line, kicks Greene off committees

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the house strips Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor green the per committee assignments the resolution is adopted in a rare but not unprecedented rebuke the house of representatives voted to strip far right Republican representative Marjorie Taylor green of her committee assignments the action was in response to past comments by the first drummer from Georgia that were racist embrace conspiracy theories or endorsed violence against democratic office holders the vote was preceded by a lively debate Republicans chip Roy of Texas we shouldn't be wasting the time of his body attacking a member of this body this will not end well the Democrat Tom Melanau ski of New Jersey countered if even this is a substantial number of us stand with representative green today violent extremists will see it as a nother sign that they have a legitimate place in our national debate in a floor speech green said she regrets some words of the past Mike Rossio Washington

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Trump rejects Dems' request to testify at impeachment trial

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Trump rejects Dems' request to testify at impeachment trial

"House Democrats are issuing a challenge to former president trump before next week's Senate impeachment trial house impeachment managers are asking him to testify under oath warning a refusal could be used to back their arguments that he be convicted of inciting the capital insurrection a trump adviser says the former president will not testify and trump lawyers dismissed the request as a PR stunt the Senate could vote to subpoena the former president to compel his testimony but lawmakers from both parties appear reluctant trump GOP ally Lindsey Graham says the testimony would be a bad idea democratic colleague Chris Coons went further why have you met president trump Sager make ani Washington

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"dems" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Okay. So based on what we just heard from. Charlotte. Let's talk about what argument. Democrats should be making voters about. Why trump shouldn't get another term? And how the various ways. He's responding to the current virus shapes that argument You and I have talked before about how to areas of vulnerability for trump are his ego and the general chaos he causes. Do you think that's still holds? And what are some of the ways the pandemic highlights these flaws? That were talking about the news this week like as we talked about with Charlotte the Corona viruses has not fundamentally change the contours of the election. But it has added additional sealions to a wad of different arguments you would make it creates a different context to make them in and the persuadable voters that we need our despite the predictions of a lot of people and resistance twitter and others. We know are not just one bad piece of information away from losing trump or they they know trump is a bad person. They know that he has chaotic. They know that he tweets too much. But up until this crisis they were able to create a mental permission structure. That while the economy's still doing fine we're not at war with North Korea or anything else in a lot of the predictions of doom and gloom. That you hear from liberals have not come to pass and now that is very privileged view for a certain set of voters. Because if you are someone immigrant community or voter of color or LGBTQ. You're obviously suffering very specifically at these but now we are seeing the life or death consequences of what it's like to have someone like trump is president right where it is relying the disregarding experts putting his own political and personal interest is on ego ahead of what's best for the country and so now you have these ways who demonstrate to people very specifically the consequences of having someone like trump as leader. Well one perfect example of that. The Washington Post reported that two senior. Irs officials say that many Americans will have their stimulus checks delayed because donald trump wants his name on them and also the IRS website. That was set up to help people check. The status of their checks basically collapsed under overwhelming demand from so many users when it launched on Wednesday and people who could access the website often found it frustratingly unhelpful and we actually have a few people who called into PSA and told us about their very very frustrating experiences trying to get their check. Let's take a listen. Hi. My name is Rebecca So I went on to check my. Irs S stimulus Payment Status and..

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"dems" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Run the same race or have the same platform as I did. In Two Thousand and eight. Democrats need to be bold. He said the affordable care act and the Paris agreement aren't enough when it comes to health care and climate talked about how Biden has the most progressive platformer than any Democrat in history. I thought that was sort of interesting. Because yes Biden has leadership qualities. That are a perfect fit for this moment and yet he wanted to remind. Democrats that we have to even bolder and more ambitious than when he ran for office. Partly because the times have changed and also partly because this pandemic and this crisis has sort of highlighted a lot of the inequality in our society that existed long before the pandemic. The other thing I'd say is delivered the shit out of yeah. He did time talking about this yesterday. On the livestream. Like how many times have we seen him Record a video where he is either tired or annoyed that he has to the video or maybe right for the first time and none of those things were apparent in the in the video he recorded for Biden. Well just a little bit of context on that. Is that for eight years. The last thing that Barack Obama did on almost every Friday was record. Weekly Youtube address and record the weekly Youtube address. He would record other videos that had to be done and oftentimes that list would pile up with things that even under the best circumstances seems maybe not like his favorite thing to do so he would sit down he would do the weekly address and they'd be like and Sir next. We have a video message to the local elks club and we have our birthday tribute Patrick layhee and and it was like probably in hindsight putting his least favourite thing as the last thing he had to do. Every week before he went home to have dinner with his family was scheduling mistake. But like when I saw what I sort of came to understand that this would be part. Maybe a twelve minute address. The idea the Bronco Bob was gonna sit there and deliver well. Twelve minutes of directly to camera remarks seemed impossible to imagine. But you can tell. He's been hit a lot that he wanted to get off his chest. Bertha Battle Biden and leadership in the White House and in the Republican Party and also the recipes been stuck at his house and not being able to talk a Lotta people so he he relished the opportunity to communicate with the world away. He hasn't done a long time. I was pleasantly surprised by a you know the extent to which he got a lot of office just about Republicans I mean. He said Republicans occupying the White House and running. The Senate are not interested in progress interested in power. He said the other side has propaganda network with little regard for the truth on the other hand. Pandemics have a way of cutting through a lot of noise and spin tremendous of what is real and what is important we need. Americans have goodwill to unite in the great awakening against a politics. That too often has been characterized by corruption carelessness. Self-dealing disinformation ignorance and just plain meanness not mincing words for great. It was made me excited for him to get out on the virtual campaign trail. Can't those zoom rallies? I mean let's talk about that. You know the New York. Times had the backstory on the endorsement reported that Obama tried to quote accelerate the endgame of the primary by having a few conversations with Bernie that helped him make the decision to end his campaign. Would you think of that whole story? It seemed like a story that tried to make Obama. Sound like I think the Real Tate. He didn't the real takeaway. This is that against the recommendations of a lot of people. He stayed neutral throughout this process. So that when the result was clear he could be a person who was seen as not having put their thumb on the scale and could be involved in conversations. About how do we get to where we already are right? Which is Biden? Had locked up. Was there someone in the Party? And this was the challenge. I think this goes a little bit of two thousand sixteen on the challenge like Obama eventually in the end. She doesn't sixteen election after Clinton had blocked up. The delegates help play a role in bringing that campaign to a conclusion but because Obama in Clinton closely associated and it was believed that Obama had been so favorable to hillary in that primary race. It was hard for him to play that role. This time he stayed out of it and was able to bring us to a place of unity. That isn't just worth putting this into context. Which is in two thousand sixteen thousand nate. The Democratic primary ended in the opponent endorsed the nominee in the summer. And we have that process all wrapped up in April which gives the Biden campaign a much longer runway to build the infrastructure in the campaign. They need to take trump because they're not still fighting a war on their left. Flank throughout April May June. So on that note what do you think the best way for the Biden campaign to make the most of this largely unsurprising endorsement by Obama? I mean I think there's two contacts to talk about this in one is. Let's say we return to normal Alabama and barnstorm. The country and look Obama is this massive asset to the Biden campaign because he is someone who can draw huge crowds and draw huge. Press attention and is very popular in particularly with with sets of voters. Who needs to persuade the four million Obama? Twenty twelve voters who sat out two thousand sixteen but also the Obama trumpeter so you have people who supported trump also favorable to Obama you. People who are open voting for trump were also favorable. Baba's Obama can make the case in them and I think the Biden campaign should pick moments where the two of them are together because that will draw a lot of attention both on the campaign trail or in an awkward zoom conversation in an interview. Right there you can see a moment where the two of them were doing. Interview together would get massive attention. You could do that in a traditional way where you would do sixty minutes. After the best football game you can find on the schedule presuming. There was football. Which would give you ratings. Or You could just produce it on your own. And get someone like Oprah or someone else to moderate that conversation and put it up on the Internet to build to sort of communicate more violate but I think Obama can testify can do to specific things addition being out there with Biden which one testified Joe Biden person and that is going to matter because for trump to win who at he has to tear down. Joe Biden the person right and the second thing is which he also did this video which is raise the stakes on the election. I think no one better than Obama explains what's at stake in on election in. Explain what happens if we win? And what happens if we lose? Which will help motivate people who may not have been super enthusiasts about Joe Biden? Minutes Primary. Young people who may not feel direct connection to him. Obama can help explain why it matters. It'd be electro by all right. The last major by endorsement of the week was from Senator Elizabeth. Warren who released a video for on on Wednesday. Here is a clip. All the other candidates I competed.

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"dems" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on What A Day

"Also pointing their to the presence proposed budget for twenty twenty one which includes a budget drop for the National Institutes of health. So right in all these answer. Some commonality on going after the president as a news story unfolds. This comes on the heels to officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention saying Tuesday that the public should prepare for the quote inevitable spread of the virus throughout the United States. I love that well. Speaking of Biden South Carolina. Primary is coming up. He has staked his candidacy on the state where the majority of the democratic electorate will black voters who biden has pulled well with since entering the race but he struggled in the first two states and was a distant second in Nevada in a support in polls among voters of color has fallen in both South Carolina and nationally. Do we think that he met the moment? I mean he certainly hopes he did. And it's it's a little difficult to gauge sometimes with Biden because I think there's an acknowledgement from even his supporters. And him himself that sometimes. These particular moments in debates aren't always his strongest suit might do better in front of audiences where it's more kind of controlling campaign setting but one thing that he did say during all this was that he's not just counting on the votes to show up just because of who he is and that he was confident about his odds in South Carolina. My entire career has been wrapped up in dealing with civil rights and civil liberties. I expect anything. I plan to earn the vote. I hear I'm here to ask the folks. I intend to win South Carolina and I will win the African American. Vote here in South Korea mister dividing. Will you continue if you do not win South Carolina? You've said that South Carolina will determine the outcome of this presidential race. If you don't win South Carolina will you continue in win South Carolina so Biden as he does in these debates leaned on his experience on a number of topics international relations with China Syria Gun Legislation? And more but there was also a moment that was illustrative of the squeeze that he might now be feeling of. South Carolina approaches. We've talked previously about how Tom. Style is making inroads in polling in South Carolina. As surprising as that is certainly was to me with some pollster showing him climbing to third place. Now perhaps sensing that or knowing it from his own public or private polling. There was a moment when Biden went after style for previously investing in private prisons that quote Hog tied young men. Cyrus bounded by saying that he had sold his stock in private prisons and brought up the crime bill which led byd into deems tire. One of the funnier phrases the night quote Tommy come lately. I love a southern debate. He's all this foghorn Leghorn antebellum language and I think it's just it's more colorful I I appreciate it even if it's Tommy come lately. Yes exactly I. I don't know if that one's GONNA stick we'll find out an overall by also got testy sometime saying at one point to the moderators quote. I know how you cut me off all the time but I'm not going to be quiet anymore. Okay and that. In all of this sort of indicative of a sense of urgency that Biden his campaign or feeling to try to this race from Sanders in South Carolina and then Super Tuesday almost immediately after that. Yeah and on that front. Where do you think this leaves us? besides with the slight headache and just a desire to watch animal talks for the next few days. Yeah I hope I can take part until we see polling otherwise. I think it leaves us where we started. That's something I think we've said after other debates because it's hard to get a you know immediate snapshot of what's going on but broadly for all of the candidates right like Biden is needing to get some kind of momentum out of South Carolina. I think sire is looking for a strong finish there as well would be a reason for why he is in the race. Buddha judges hoping that he can get some measure of support from voters of Color. That has not materialized yet and then looking beyond South Carolina Super Tuesday Warren enclosure. WanNa win their home states. That would obviously be big and if if there are losses there that wouldn't look good sanders as we talked about got knocked around in this debate but he still can pull in money. He has this organizing machine and their campaign wants to take control of this race next Tuesday and then for all of them. The prize that they have for getting to next Tuesday is Bloomberg waiting with all of his money and being on the ballot for the first time and compared to that some of these other candidates are running out of money and running out of these opportunities to put wins on the board to keep their their campaigns. And it's right. Well we will have more later this week. On how the raises shaping up in South Carolina and beyond and now for some ads hair loss happens. It's no reason to spiral into crisis mode. Losing your hair is like losing about an off your shirt you know. It's preventable sometimes replaceable. And Button or not. The shirt is still assured but for those of us who want to keep our hair Roman makes it easy to treat hair loss without ever leaving the house you can get hair. Loss treatment prescribed and delivered in discreet packaging autumn. Your phone or computer go to get Roman dot com slash. 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Trump's first official visit to India this week this violence signals the hostility of Modi's nationalist supporters towards protesters of the law and the Muslim community. As you may have heard from the dim debate the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Americans to brace for what they now say is an inevitable. Outbreak of the corona virus within the country officials claim immediate risks in the. Us are low but people should start preparing disruptions to daily life things like working from home or school closures to limit face to face contact although in my experience you usually don't get face to face contact in school until the tenth grade. Homecoming dance when the chaperones are off discussing the movie. Avatar senators heard from health officials in a closed door briefing after which some GOP senators even express frustration with the trump administration's lack of preparedness for an outbreak. The virus continues to spread. It could lead to the cancellation of the twenty twenty. Summer Olympics. In Tokyo Olympic officials will make their determination by May So as we said President trump was in India yesterday but the poor guy got homesick and he needed to make everybody angry here in the United States. He did this at a press conference by suggesting that from now on Justice Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg should recuse themselves from Supreme Court cases. That have quote anything to do with trump. That's just how things work folks. Trump is mad at soda. Your because of what she wrote in her dissent in a recent case that will allow the United States deny green cards to poor immigrants or more accurately how her descent was mischaracterized by Fox News? Trump's anger GINSBURG dates back to twenty sixteen when he was running for president and she said he was a quote faker either way. It's insane for trump to suggest that justices should stay home because he doesn't like them but it's not that surprising he's been raging like a toddler against law enforcement and justice systems since a not guilty impeachment verdict turned what was left of his heart to coal. Disney CEO. Bob Iger a man who wakes up every day at four fifteen. Am to write a verse. Climber for forty five minutes could probably jump over me from standing has been replaced with Bob Chadwick Disney's head of parks and resorts under the leadership. The famous mouse with the red shorts grew even bigger buying up. Pixar Marvel Lucasfilm in twentieth century. Fox for just under eighty seven billion dollars. Total eiger also helped launched Disney plus last year which became the go to destination to watch the first fifteen minutes of Disney channel original movies about dogs. Who can snowboard? He's regarded as one of the most successful. Ceos in the modern entertainment industry and as recently as last year Oprah was asking him to run for president for now. He'll stay on at Disney as an executive chairman. Then we'll see you in twenty twenty four Mr Agar Bob and those are the headlines. That's all for today. If you like the show. Mcsherry subscribe. We review compliment us on our fashionable outfits until your friends so listen if you're into reading and not just gorgeous chalkboard. Mnuchin coffee shop like me. What a day is also a nightly newsletter? Check it out and subscribe at crooked dot com slash subscribe. I'm a healer Hughes. I'm getting resnick. We'll see bright.

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"dems" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"That but I do want to move on Bloomberg because ultimately Bloomberg is in this race for whatever you think of those reasons sincere reasons that they want a centre-left person because I think he believes that's a better policy platform and they think that that's what it will take to win. Clearly his entering the race this late was in part a response to the fact. That party had not coalesced. Run an alternative to Bernie whether it be Biden's or Amy Klobuchar mayor or even Elizabeth Warren and so he comes to the stage and he says this I don't think there's any chance of the senator beating President Trump. You don't start out by saying I've got one hundred and sixty million people. I'm going to take away the insurance plan that they love and if he goes and is the candidate we will have donald trump for another four years and we can't stand that clearly. Mike Bloomberg is speaking to a lot of concerns that people have not about whether Bernie Sanders would be a two left president but whether someone who identifies as a democratic socialist can win in the United States. What do you think of that argument? I mean I just love to watch like a like a seventy eight year old rich white man tell another seventy eight year old rich white man that he can't be president in twenty twenty. It's so reassuring wild. There's another seven year old white man as president right now. It's just like shut the fuck up. You don't know who can be president. I mean if you think you're GonNa win as clearly someone comparable to the current president like. What's the alternative? You're presenting right. I mean because you know when Bloomberg says that and says it is also very at the first of all it's incredible it's repellent to have somebody who just started running and hasn't won a delegate to come on the stage and not say. I disagree with Bernie Sanders not say. I think Bernie. Sanders was struggle. But he can't do it and I can and I don't actually believe that I think my personal view is nothing written. Nobody knows the answer. I think Bernie. Sanders can win. I think Mike Bloomberg can win. I think Elizabeth Warren can win Win I think they all can win. I also think they can lose. Yeah I mean after two thousand sixteen. I stopped trying to predict the future anymore. Because I don't like being wrong. It's really hard to know what is going to happen. I mean we shouldn't get complacent and be like Bernie is going to win no matter what it's going to be fine like we're going to need to be mobilized around whoever the candidate is no matter. What like whoever the candidate is. We're GONNA it's GonNa take work. We come back. We have some secret footage from a very special wedding. Don't go anywhere. Love it or leave. It was more on the way lover. Leaders brought you by borough. 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And we're back if you've been following this show you know. I love the crown and the message it sends leadership is about doing as little as possible and making sure no one catches you trying too hard. And that's why I was so excited that America had a royal wedding of its own this weekend. I'm speaking of course the marriage of C plus Santa Monica Fascist. Stephen Miller. Yeah we don't like him should place at the trump international hotel with the president in attendance and so the journalists here a crooked media did some digging and we were able to find a recording of a toast giving during the wedding reception. This is real. We wanted to play it for you now for the very first time on. Love it or leave it here. It is toast at the wedding of White House adviser. Stephen Miller everybody hi is this thing on. Hello everyone hi I. I have to admit I'm a little nervous. It's not every day you give a toast in front of the president of the United States and the first lady you look beautiful and not terrified man. It's good to see the bride's incredible family and friends all around us and groom has a table of people here somewhere. I think. Good for you Stephen at Whole Table. Now obviously a wedding speech is not supposed to be about the person giving the speech. No offense Mr President you're toast about the pitfalls of the restaurant business in the nineteen eighty s Manhattan. Hit the exact right note. I myself didn't realize how many matridis steel so thank you but pat myself on the back is set up Stephen Katie. So this is my day to. Maybe I should wear the white dress and maybe I should fuck that Goule. Maybe now okay. I met Katie years ago at a no hip hop spin class in Alexandria. You've been it's very popular and I met Stephen when I was the moderator of a white supremacist. Message Board sweep when I first suggested. Katie to Stephen. He was a little cagey. But that's our Stephen Emirates. He loves cages in general all cages caged cages. He said and I will never forget this issue that type of female who will have intercourse before I have to prove. I'm a reliable provider by paying for several expensive dinners and I said Hey cazenove. Why don't you ask yourself and he did. And now we're here so romantic. Oh and let me just say elephant in the room? There's been some snark about this couple. How could somebody marry a person with Stevens views? Or is she kidnapped Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Frankly I find it sexist. It's twenty twenty. Women can be fascist to just look at this pair. He's an advisor to the president. She's the press secretary for the vice president. It's like white power couple White House White House. Power couple darn it. I knew that sounded wrong. White House power couple is what I meant to say. Anyway I love him. Oh I love him so much there. One of those classic does that's always finishing each other's sentences recommendations for detained migrant children. It's so lovely and as the couple stood under the HUBBA Open on all. Four sides like Abraham's tent in the Bible a symbol of hospitality for those in need a reminder that mercy and openness are woven into the fabric of Jewish ritual itself a fact all the more powerful for you personally as descendants of immigrants. I thought well this makes total sense. I didn't question it at all. Because that is the only way existing in this social circle is bearable Sieben Katie. I just know the love. The two of you share. We'll stand the test of time. You are family now. And as we all know there is nothing no law.

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"dems" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

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Good so good so these debates they feel bad after for whatever reason these people ripped each other to shreds and it was invigorating and others. Now there's only one left is just got good and they're going to stop doing it. We have another one on Tuesday. What are you talking? This is like this is like peak. Who wants to be a millionaire? They're putting it on every fucking night. She's a comedian and award winning writer for Barry on HBO. Please welcome back. Emily Heller. Hi Emily Hi how are you doing? I'm good that debate. Was like uncut gems level stress. Just a frantic New York Jew making a lot of really bad decisions over and over again. I'm so glad you said that because somebody on twitter said we'd better call this episode Uncut Dem's and now we're doing all right. I WanNa talk about the debate a little bit more because it is just it's on everybody's my twenty million people watch this thing. That was quite a fucking debutante ball from Bloomberg Let's show this clip of Amy Klobuchar and mayor people to judge who had a had had who really had time together. You're literally in part of the committee. That's overseeing these things and we're not able to speak to literally the first thing about the politics of the pressure you yourself. Are you trying to say that I'm dumb or you mocking me here? Pete? Did they just break up. Because you show why do you think Amy and Pete have such a clear personal animus having watched all of them? It seems like she's hated him from the jump but they were always sitting much farther apart from each other standing and they moved him really close to each other and it was like. It's fucking on. I'm GonNa tell you how I feel like they really just like. How can this be the funniest? Let's put Warren next to Bloomberg Amy next to and let's just want to watch it not like button at all five minutes. We need a podium providing. I forgot to mention Biden in the model. I'll tell you what I was going to do. Trump ruins everything by is the fuck in sunset boulevard of this debate. He's coming out there being like. It's the debates that got small. I was big dam at. They know me. They wave me on the lot. You Sons ambigious. I gotTA GO Barry. My monkey not enough of you have seen sunset boulevard. Exactly enough of you were gay. Yeah that fucking awkward. Silence tells me all I need one of. It's it's you know. Want trump makes fun of parasite because it's got words on. The bottom is from South Korea but a lot of people in this room have not watch sunset boulevard. Because you think it's old timey and you think that means it's boring but guess what it's great bucket movie and you'll love it and once you're in you'll be like. I can't believe how good this is. I can't believe how entertaining and fun. It is to watch this movie and I can't believe how cool these people from the where I thought everybody in the Fifty Square. They're not kinda interesting you'll like it. They got personalities and Jokes. Watch the movie Sunset Boulevard. Somebody's got to advertise sunset boulevard. Sorry really bothers me such A. I love Sunset Boulevard. It's like that thing between you and trump's ven diagram shit that's great. Listen we also both have. I mean artificial tans sunset boulevard artificial tans and diet coke. Yeah Yeah All right so warren called Buddha judges health plan powerpoint and then pizza. I'm more of a Microsoft Word Guy. Emily do you think Pete's telling the truth there? I think pete uses Google Docs Microsoft word because he thinks it's more accessible. You people in the big cities using your pages out in the heartland. We have different kinds of values. You're out there with your fancy Helvetica for some reason. We're stuck with Colle- because because we don't really know why was time to Roman. Then one day was Colibri. Amy's coming Comic Sans. I'm just like a hunch. She definitely thinks this is fun. Emily what did you think of Bloomberg's response to warrant on the NDA's it was perfect. I mean obviously. I loved watching her this rate him but I was so distracted the entire time because I was like where have I seen this guy before with the sputtering and the nervousness and the obviously being caught and it took me hours after the debate to finally figure out where I had seen that guy. Before will you please roll a clip? What does that say to? You mean? The writing looks similar and the spelling is the same so I can see the conclusion the cops which will is rather durst. He's Robert durst. He's the jinx. He handled warrants questioning as well as Robert durst handled realizing that he spelled beverly wrong twice and that that is going to get him arrested for murder. I just WanNa pause points out that Mike Bloomberg while I have disagreements with virtually every aspect of the way he's run his campaign is by all accounts not a murderer and while. I don't agree with a lot of his politics I do recognize that. He's as a fistican intelligent businessman who also led a city in launch one of the biggest and most important media Bloomberg Bloomberg would get that money but he reminded you of Robert durst. Well the madman murderer of the jinx. So let's just say that regardless of whether or not you agree with Emily's rendering certainly suggested did not have a great debate night. No I mean it was more the look on his face of feeling very caught he did not handle it elegantly. I will say and it was definitely a question. He could have anticipated. That is that to me is the most extraordinary aspect of Bloomberg on the debate stage because we knew we knew a couple of things one we knew that he is historically not a particularly good debater. Who has used his resources to overcome his liabilities as a candidate to we knew that he unlike the rest of these people had not spent a year on the ground practicing debating talking to people engaging with actual human beings. You do not pay and three. We knew that after spending four hundred million dollars to buy this spot on the debate stage that they were going to be five coyotes holding forks and knives looking at that road runner kind of transforming take into their said. It was just some bad jokes which feels like he's setting himself up to get in way more trouble down the road by saying that because clearly it's just light up there now he's GonNa get in more trouble. We don't because of these as we don't know the full extent of what happened at his company and some of these accusations directed personally at him. Some of them are directed at his company. And I think what he's trying to say successfully as whatever these. Nda say they're not about sexual assault. They are about saying the wrong thing. Inappropriate words that he used over the years clearly. WanNa be on the record not defending it. But he's trying to say I'm not as bad as trump when you find out. It's just the fact that over many decades I created an insanely toxic work environment. That made it nearly impossible for women to feel safe around me and the People. I employ vote for me. What he's saying is listen. There's a lot of different versions of the joke. The aristocrats and I've been at this for thirty years. I had them do everything in that talent. Agent's office See that movie. Yes I've seen that movie Sean. Now I WANNA move off a Bloomberg for a second. He'd love.

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"dems" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Nebraskan the dems are brawling big time Bernie with a big union Bernie with Carville clover to with our past and mayor Pete is track record well let's begin with Mike Bloomberg because joining us now is Doug Schoen poster an adviser will televise are my Bloomberg doesn't one point you said of the former mayor was not running and he said I'm not going to run what changed to get him in thank I am the mayor decided that the the field as constituted back in November wasn't there in his terms strong enough to be Donald Trump and he felt that he once they're in trouble was important to give it a shot himself and to change his mind and decided to get in the race would you say it's wrong to say is because Joe Biden looks so weak and vulnerable well I will say this the mayor's judgment was the pardon would not survive the first primary and caucus unscathed then he certainly was right about that Barton is on his way I think most of us would agree do you believe the bidens favorite to win of that I don't right don't logins favoring a more widely but my guess is Bernie is the likely winner of Nevada if I had to work for nothing so nobody knows there's a new Doug you there every step of the way Mike Bloomberg the billionaire side I'm going to run for office said the best my best chance is a Republican Party and he spent a lot of money any wins three times along the way he was very tough on crime very bottom line when it came to business I know you took money out of his pocket to help different neighborhoods in causes they don't want a lot of publicity for but now he's having trouble as he opened up apologizing defending his track record or maybe feel differently first off on this area on what he was talking about eliminating redlining he was owed and what role it played in the economic meltdown we all experience in two thousand eight here is a two thousand acre thirteen probably all started back when there was a lot of pressure on banks to make loans to everyone redlining if you remember was the term where banks took hold neighborhoods and said people in these neighborhoods of poorer.

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"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

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"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

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"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

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"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"The first phase of the U. S. China trade deal has its winners and losers. I'm David Brancaccio president. Donald Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Era Leo Hook signed phase. One of a trade deal yesterday Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had told. CNBC to look forward to not just a phase two but perhaps a to a HBO or to see this is a trade truths that may be temporary experts worry the US could have trouble enforcing phase one and while China agreed to further open its markets markets to a number of. US industry's some are coming out ahead of others marketplace's Novus ofo reports China promises to buy an additional two hundred billion dollars. There's in American goods and services by twenty twenty one but some experts are skeptical as to whether that makes up for the economic toll tariffs have already taken still. There are winners in the deal. Farmers are promised thirty. Two billion dollars of new agricultural purchases tech firms. Also get a boost. China says it will stop requiring companies to turn over their technologies in order to do business in the country and financial services and pharmaceutical sectors are to gain a new access to the Chinese market but many of the issues that prompted the trade war are still there like Chinese government subsidies for industries such as steel and solar though subsidies keep prices artificially low forcing American companies to match and hurting bottom lines also. US consumers are still stuck with tariffs on on well over three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports more tariffs could pop up. If either side thinks the other is not living up to the agreement. I'm Nova Safa Sopha for marketplace. Let us check the stock market. The footsie in London is down half a percent. S&P NASDAQ futures are both up three tenths percent the Dow futures. Here's up two tenths percent and despite the fact that many other business media writing raas stories about the Dow at thirty thousand. It's in fact at twenty nine thousand thirty. That means it has about nine hundred seventy more points to go to reach that milestone. It took twenty three trading days to gain the last nine hundred seventy so call me around February eighteenth this this Dow thirty thousand story not that pass performances indication of the future but you know rough guide. Democratic candidates have been swearing off corporate money even returning awesome to the point that you might think that corporations are sitting out this fundraising cycle but as marketplace's Kimberly Adams reports keeping that kind of money. Out of the race is easier said than done. Lots of corporate money is still flowing into the presidential campaign including for Democrats when candidates say they aren't accepting Corporate Britt donations. They're usually talking about avoiding money. From Accompanies Political Action Committee Aka a corporate pack. Because that kind of money is really easy. Need to trace but pack wanting is only one piece of the larger puzzle Djali researchers political contributions at Princeton employees and corporate executives and shareholders can make direct contributions to Canada's. That doesn't have anything to do with pack and are much tougher to track. Plus a group of employees can always get together and coordinate their donations and with millions of individual donors in this race. It makes it difficult for candidates to figure out where the money's coming from. It's hard to say. I'm not gonNA take money from individuals if they happen to work for corporations right another way corporate corporate money seeps into the twenty twenty race industry and trade groups Constance Bagley as a lawyer who advises businesses on their political donations. She says says it's safer to give to causes rather than campaigns but if her clients insist she tells them if you're going to play this game first of all the transparent chicken of all if at all possible get buy in from your shareholders and if businesses just want to get their message across they can always by an ad to say what they want to candidates or about candidates. They'll spend that political budget somewhere. Corporations are responding to the the old adage of if you're not at the table you're on the menu and the tables aren't just in the White House. Bruce freed runs the center for Political Accountability. Odi which tracks corporate money in politics he says companies tend to spend much more at the state and local level. They'll work through third party groups like the Republican or Democratic Governors Association's with a legislative campaign committees even if some Democratic candidates don't want that money the Democratic Party sure does does but all those corporate donations can be risky for business companies facing environment. Where they have to really be very very careful about their political spending spending and what it associates them with because social media sleuths are quick to point out any perceived conflict between corporations public position and it's political contributions in Washington? I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace.

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"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"The first phase of the U. S. China trade deal has its winners and losers. I'm David Brancaccio president. Donald Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Era Leo Hook signed phase. One of a trade deal yesterday Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had told. CNBC to look forward to not just a phase two but perhaps a to a HBO or to see this is a trade truths that may be temporary experts worry the US could have trouble enforcing phase one and while China agreed to further open its markets markets to a number of. US industry's some are coming out ahead of others marketplace's Novus ofo reports China promises to buy an additional two hundred billion dollars. There's in American goods and services by twenty twenty one but some experts are skeptical as to whether that makes up for the economic toll tariffs have already taken still. There are winners in the deal. Farmers are promised thirty. Two billion dollars of new agricultural purchases tech firms. Also get a boost. China says it will stop requiring companies to turn over their technologies in order to do business in the country and financial services and pharmaceutical sectors are to gain a new access to the Chinese market but many of the issues that prompted the trade war are still there like Chinese government subsidies for industries such as steel and solar though subsidies keep prices artificially low forcing American companies to match and hurting bottom lines also. US consumers are still stuck with tariffs on on well over three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports more tariffs could pop up. If either side thinks the other is not living up to the agreement. I'm Nova Safa Sopha for marketplace. Let us check the stock market. The footsie in London is down half a percent. S&P NASDAQ futures are both up three tenths percent the Dow futures. Here's up two tenths percent and despite the fact that many other business media writing raas stories about the Dow at thirty thousand. It's in fact at twenty nine thousand thirty. That means it has about nine hundred seventy more points to go to reach that milestone. It took twenty three trading days to gain the last nine hundred seventy so call me around February eighteenth this this Dow thirty thousand story not that pass performances indication of the future but you know rough guide. Democratic candidates have been swearing off corporate money even returning awesome to the point that you might think that corporations are sitting out this fundraising cycle but as marketplace's Kimberly Adams reports keeping that kind of money. Out of the race is easier said than done. Lots of corporate money is still flowing into the presidential campaign including for Democrats when candidates say they aren't accepting Corporate Britt donations. They're usually talking about avoiding money. From Accompanies Political Action Committee Aka a corporate pack. Because that kind of money is really easy. Need to trace but pack wanting is only one piece of the larger puzzle Djali researchers political contributions at Princeton employees and corporate executives and shareholders can make direct contributions to Canada's. That doesn't have anything to do with pack and are much tougher to track. Plus a group of employees can always get together and coordinate their donations and with millions of individual donors in this race. It makes it difficult for candidates to figure out where the money's coming from. It's hard to say. I'm not gonNA take money from individuals if they happen to work for corporations right another way corporate corporate money seeps into the twenty twenty race industry and trade groups Constance Bagley as a lawyer who advises businesses on their political donations. She says says it's safer to give to causes rather than campaigns but if her clients insist she tells them if you're going to play this game first of all the transparent chicken of all if at all possible get buy in from your shareholders and if businesses just want to get their message across they can always by an ad to say what they want to candidates or about candidates. They'll spend that political budget somewhere. Corporations are responding to the the old adage of if you're not at the table you're on the menu and the tables aren't just in the White House. Bruce freed runs the center for Political Accountability. Odi which tracks corporate money in politics he says companies tend to spend much more at the state and local level. They'll work through third party groups like the Republican or Democratic Governors Association's with a legislative campaign committees even if some Democratic candidates don't want that money the Democratic Party sure does does but all those corporate donations can be risky for business companies facing environment. Where they have to really be very very careful about their political spending spending and what it associates them with because social media sleuths are quick to point out any perceived conflict between corporations public position and it's political contributions in Washington? I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace.

US China Kimberly Adams Political Action Committee Democratic Governors Associati David Brancaccio Donald Trump Democratic Party U. S. China center for Political Accountab HBO Bruce Leo Hook CNBC Novus ofo president Nova Safa Sopha Steven Mnuchin
"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"The first phase of the U. S. China trade deal has its winners and losers. I'm David Brancaccio president. Donald Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Era Leo Hook signed phase. One of a trade deal yesterday Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had told. CNBC to look forward to not just a phase two but perhaps a to a HBO or to see this is a trade truths that may be temporary experts worry the US could have trouble enforcing phase one and while China agreed to further open its markets markets to a number of. US industry's some are coming out ahead of others marketplace's Novus ofo reports China promises to buy an additional two hundred billion dollars. There's in American goods and services by twenty twenty one but some experts are skeptical as to whether that makes up for the economic toll tariffs have already taken still. There are winners in the deal. Farmers are promised thirty. Two billion dollars of new agricultural purchases tech firms. Also get a boost. China says it will stop requiring companies to turn over their technologies in order to do business in the country and financial services and pharmaceutical sectors are to gain a new access to the Chinese market but many of the issues that prompted the trade war are still there like Chinese government subsidies for industries such as steel and solar though subsidies keep prices artificially low forcing American companies to match and hurting bottom lines also. US consumers are still stuck with tariffs on on well over three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports more tariffs could pop up. If either side thinks the other is not living up to the agreement. I'm Nova Safa Sopha for marketplace. Let us check the stock market. The footsie in London is down half a percent. S&P NASDAQ futures are both up three tenths percent the Dow futures. Here's up two tenths percent and despite the fact that many other business media writing raas stories about the Dow at thirty thousand. It's in fact at twenty nine thousand thirty. That means it has about nine hundred seventy more points to go to reach that milestone. It took twenty three trading days to gain the last nine hundred seventy so call me around February eighteenth this this Dow thirty thousand story not that pass performances indication of the future but you know rough guide. Democratic candidates have been swearing off corporate money even returning awesome to the point that you might think that corporations are sitting out this fundraising cycle but as marketplace's Kimberly Adams reports keeping that kind of money. Out of the race is easier said than done. Lots of corporate money is still flowing into the presidential campaign including for Democrats when candidates say they aren't accepting Corporate Britt donations. They're usually talking about avoiding money. From Accompanies Political Action Committee Aka a corporate pack. Because that kind of money is really easy. Need to trace but pack wanting is only one piece of the larger puzzle Djali researchers political contributions at Princeton employees and corporate executives and shareholders can make direct contributions to Canada's. That doesn't have anything to do with pack and are much tougher to track. Plus a group of employees can always get together and coordinate their donations and with millions of individual donors in this race. It makes it difficult for candidates to figure out where the money's coming from. It's hard to say. I'm not gonNA take money from individuals if they happen to work for corporations right another way corporate corporate money seeps into the twenty twenty race industry and trade groups Constance Bagley as a lawyer who advises businesses on their political donations. She says says it's safer to give to causes rather than campaigns but if her clients insist she tells them if you're going to play this game first of all the transparent chicken of all if at all possible get buy in from your shareholders and if businesses just want to get their message across they can always by an ad to say what they want to candidates or about candidates. They'll spend that political budget somewhere. Corporations are responding to the the old adage of if you're not at the table you're on the menu and the tables aren't just in the White House. Bruce freed runs the center for Political Accountability. Odi which tracks corporate money in politics he says companies tend to spend much more at the state and local level. They'll work through third party groups like the Republican or Democratic Governors Association's with a legislative campaign committees even if some Democratic candidates don't want that money the Democratic Party sure does does but all those corporate donations can be risky for business companies facing environment. Where they have to really be very very careful about their political spending spending and what it associates them with because social media sleuths are quick to point out any perceived conflict between corporations public position and it's political contributions in Washington? I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace.

US China Kimberly Adams Political Action Committee Democratic Governors Associati David Brancaccio Donald Trump Democratic Party U. S. China center for Political Accountab HBO Bruce Leo Hook CNBC Novus ofo president Nova Safa Sopha Steven Mnuchin
"dems" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Is now the leader in Iowa which gets the twenty twenty devoting underway in. Just eleven weeks a lot of the other main candidates in this race. They were sort of very well known before the Primary Started Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden. Those were sort of big heavyweight celebrities. Pete has really sort of had to bootstrap campaign like literally. Nobody newly was when he started. It seemed like a joke candidacy. Hi pronounced this mood me. Get get again but a bank. And what do you think it means. But but yeah but that scaled but but he was incredibly available to the media. He went on all kinds of podcasts. Everywhere he went on the weeds he is the mayor of South Bend Indiana. He is a candidate for president in twenty twenty and in lieu of further introductions. Just please bring out mayor people to judge and then he became quite popular with donors. He raised a ton of money and and now he is running TV ads strategically in the early states and the ad seemed to be working as a veteran and as a mayor. I've seen what we can achieve when we have each other's backs you know he's still behind obviously but it's been a real kind of success story out of a very big field. So what's Mayor Pete's appeal. I think something compete appeals to is people who like the idea of a more moderate Democrats somebody who will not frighten voters with radical positions. But who is still something of an outsider. Something of a fresh face ace right that you know. There's a sense that you need somebody who is not part of this system and not part of the establishment but also isn't a frightening radical at the same time you you hear incredible hostility to him from like members of Congress right Democratic Party elected officials really see him as a guy who's like jumping in line. It offends their sensibilities ladies as professional politicians to see somebody that young with that thin resume. Something on top of the polls for Iowa caucuses is his resume that then I mean. He's a veteran he. He is an elected official. He speaks like more languages than your average American. Is He unqualified. It's an impressive resume right. I mean if you were talking about a candidate for statewide run right. If you were talking about governor or senator. You'd say this is great. This is a young guy with a great resume for somebody in his mid thirties right. I've I've got more experience in government than the president of the United States got more years of executive experience the vice president and I have more military experience than anybody. Who's right I behind that desk? Since George H W Bush I get that. It's not a conventional background. I don't think this is a time for conventional backgrounds in Washington right now but as a resume for president bent. It's very unusual. I mean south. Bend Indiana is a small city is the fourth largest city in Indiana and the idea of making the leap from there to the the presidency with nothing in between is very unusual. Trump has obviously changed the world of the game but to people who've made careers in politics. Right Amy. Klobuchar was has district attorney. And now she's been senator for a long time and now she's running for president and there's this guy who has been mayor of a city of one hundred thousand people and now he's like I'm I'm going to be president and it rubs a lot of people the wrong way. What does he actually running on? You know he early on made a big deal out of political reform. He talked a lot about the importance of changing the filibuster of looking at changing how the judicial system works and it really emphasizing the need to democratize the political process will first of all. We've got to repair our democracy. The Electoral Toro College needs to go. Because it's made our society less and less democratic than on policy substance he's offering. What would have been considered a very progressive agenda agenda ten years ago but looks moderate today? And that's a big sort of public option plan. He calls it Medicare for all who wanted to increase funding for college and other educational subsidies. He's he's got a sort of What he calls? Douglas Plan for Black America. It's addresses red lining a lot of issues like that. It's not shocking stuff righty. He's very very much from the center of the Democratic Party today. What was distinctive about him in his early presentation was really that emphasis on political reform? which he he has emphasized a little bit less more recently and instead has drawn the contrast on healthcare with Sanderson born just for the fun of it? How do you think someone like mayor p might match up against someone like president trump in the general election? I think in some ways. He cuts an appealing contrast with trump. Right he's young. He actually served in the military. He's like physically vigorous sky against oldster. He's very good very quick on his feet. You know good at answering extemporaneous questions. He seems knowledgeable in a way. That trump isn't at the same time you know if you're thinking about trump's key electoral wins with white working class voters in the northern Midwest. Buddha judge you know. He will emphasize his mid western ties. And the fact that South Bend is a post industrial city. But really. He's the mayor of college town right and his whole biography is is in sort of elite professional circles. Right Harvard McKenzie. He goes back to his hometown. Abbott didn't grow up there because his dad was a retired auto worker. His Dad was a college professor. Sir and you've got to wonder. Does Pete have the connection with the right kind of voters to come and win. He's very weak in the primary with African Americans. And he doesn't seem to have the persona sort of get those white working class obama-trump switchers. At least that would be my concern about him more than you know Kinney Goto verbally with Donald Trump. I think absolutely that being said he is doing well in Iowa with a lot of middle class voters in the early states where he's advertised. He's doing doing very very well in national polls he does well with sort of white college graduates that sort of his core base of support. So so you know that works in an Iowa Caucus it works. Potentially in the New Hampshire primary and the question for him is going to be. Can he broaden that base of support right. If he wins in Iowa he he will get a surge of positive coverage that should give him a boost elsewhere. But how big of a boost and in particular can he make any kind of headway with African American voters because you see polls like of South Carolina where he's getting zero percent to the black vote and that's not a winning strategy in a Democratic primary that being said he's come a long way he's doing well on Iowa which is like what two and a half months away at this point. Is there a chance that you know a a surge in Iowa could mean that mayor Pete's going to be a lot more prominent player in this race. You never want a discount. The Guy who's leading in the early states that that's a big deal. It means something means other candidates will go after him. You know at the same time to keep it in perspective right but you really have. Here's a fascinating story. This guy. Nobody had heard of this small city mayor. Getting into the conversation is much more interesting than the former vice president kind of hanging out at thirty percent for months but still eight percent is not thirty percent. Joe Biden is the guy who's in first place he's been and in first place warring and Sanders are nipping at his heels. Pitas way behind gripe the odds of him. Winning still seem pretty low to me but it is the most interesting adding political story by now was how has this gone from nowhere to somewhere but then the question is can he go from somewhere to actually winning. That's a very uphill battle..

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"dems" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Community in terms of my support if you notice. I have more people supporting me in the black community announced for me because they know me they know who I am. It's three former chairs the black caucus the only black African American woman that ever been elected to the United States Senate a whole range of people. Now my point is I forgetting about Kamala Harris Existence. When she was on the stage right there with him did not look good? Buddha judge also had to answer a couple of tough questions on race which I think is sort of his biggest challenge right now I mean this. This is something that he knows is an issue campaign noses an issue and there have been issues in south bend with with race relations between the police and members of the city with housing with Buddha judge. Firing the city's first black police chief after he took over and so he talked about the concept of racial inequity equity in his own city. I think he sort of admitted that like as a white man. He can't really relate personally to that struggle of of black Americans Akin's but he also tried to pivot and talk about the fact that he is a gay man and that he understands how it feels to be a marginalized member of society wall. I do not have the experience of ever having been discriminated against because of the color of my skin I do have the experience of sometimes feeling like a stranger ranger in my own country. Turn on the news and seeing my own rights come up for debate and seeing my rights expanded by a coalition of people like me and people not at all like me working side by side shoulder to shoulder making it possible for me to be standing here wearing this wedding ring in a way. That couldn't have happened happen to elections ago. Let's just how deep my obligation is to help those whose rights are on the line every day even if they are nothing like me in their experience I think it remains to be seen if that is going to be sort of an effective pitch to African American voters but last night we sort of saw him trying to shoe attempt to make an effort to bridge. That gap did it feel to you. Like he found a new gear last night. I mean got more attention from the moderators and even from other candidates and thus he kind of had to defend himself a little more almost a little surly. At times I would say it was an interesting juxtaposition to what we saw in the October debate when Buddha judge was the one that was doing a lot of the attacking right like he was going after Warren on Medicare for all kind of tag team that won a little bit. But you know the Buddha judge campaign is kind of entering sort of this new phase a new profile but that comes along along with with distinct challenges both on the debate stage and off the debate stage.

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"dems" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Is it called mail chimp? We're we're in a battle for the soul of America ready to fill this majority after so much impeachment inquiry over the past few weeks. I gotTA commit. I actually felt relieved to see all the Democrats roll out on stage last night in Atlanta for their fifth debate. I don't even really mind the totally ridiculous Of vendors style INTRO ON MSNBC JAW humanity can do and then after that intro. They went straight into impeachment. We're in the middle of the fourth presidential impeachment proceedings in our nation's history so we didn't really learn learn anything new on impeachment. Ella Nilsson is covering the twenty twenty race for Vox senator. Warren and Senator Clutch our asked on the top about it. Warren has been very clear that she has supported impeachment from the beginning Sanders was asked about it and he sort of said yes. Trump is a terrible president but also oh and then pivoted to his message of we need to address these. You know more systemic inequalities so I think that it was kind of a good platform for everybody to just say what they've been saying for a long time. I don't know if I'm projecting because he's beginning a lot more attention lately but it felt like Pete. Buddha judge was very very prepared for this question and came came out swinging with his answer more so than any of the other candidates. We are absolutely going to confront this president for his wrongdoing but we are also each running to be the president cool lead this country after the trump presidency comes to an end one way or the other Buddha judge kind of benefits from not being a creature of Washington. Here I mean. He's the mayor of South Bend. Indiana which is a relatively small city. This is kind of his pitch for his presidency is that he is not of Washington. He is from America's heartland heartland. He understands the challenges of of regular people Washington. Experience is not the only experience that matters. There's more than one hundred ears of Washington experience on the stage. And where are we right now as a country and I think that while everybody else is embroiled in this. This impeachment went debate. He was able to to touch on it and then kind of launch straight into his own pitch about his candidacy. The experience of knowing what is at stake as the decisions made in those big white buildings come into our lives our homes our families our workplaces and our marriages and I would submit that. This is the kind experience we need not just to go to Washington but to change it before it is too late and I think that the impeachment as a backdrop to all of this might be you good for Buddha judge more than anyone else especially given that the senators that are running for president may actually have to come off the campaign trail to you deal with an impeachment trial so Buddha judge benefits no matter what on that. I feel like we didn't actually have that many robust conversations on policy he last night but we did have some revelations about the candidates through sometimes superficial conversations about policy so I wanted to focus on three of those income inequality equality the environment and race. Let's start with income inequality and this conversation was sort of about income inequality in the country but also about the candidates on stage. Yes Tom's tire and his plaid tie got attacked for being a billionaire last night and actually then then injuring leapt to his defense. And you know it was like Geico. Com Star is a good billionaire. He cares about the environment. It was kind of an interesting illustrative moment because we've had plenty of candidates railing against millionaires and billionaires but but last night it was kind of an interesting dynamic because Amy Klobuchar senator from Minnesota talked about kind of her humble beginnings and so brought it's more of a personal experience to it. I am someone that doesn't come from money. I see my husband out there. My first Senate race. I literally called everyone I knew and I said what is still an all time Senate record. Thank you raised. Seventeen thousand dollars from ex-boyfriends and I'd like to join expanded because the field is so large and like there is still no clear front runner. We've lately had Tom. Steiner entering the race is a billionaire. who has brian organizations like next Gen and need to impeach former New York City mayor and billionaire. Michael Bloomberg is talking about getting in and of course like these guys as Klobuchar kind of whiz nodding to sort of have a little bit of an unfair advantage in that they can just sell fun. They don't need to go out and fundraise and worry about you you know hitting their their quarterly fundraising numbers. Because they just have so much money so Yang defended style as a billionaire who's dedicated a lot of his wealth in means to you know fighting climate change but then Biden went after him pretty hard on climate change so yes oh on Wednesday night climate finally sort of got its big moment and one of the things that I I noticed. Was the the questions on climate like went to Tulsi Gabbard and Tom Style. None of the like leading for candidates got a question climate which it seemed a little off to me but anyways so Tom Star gets a question on climate he immediately said the only person on this stage who will say that climate climate is the number one priority for me but he kind of immediately got a job from Joe Biden. Who pointed out that style? Steinmeier used to invest in coal mining. While I was passing the climate change bill and that sort of facts said was is a game changer while I manage the ninety billion dollars recovery plan investing more money in infrastructure that relates to clean clean energy. And anytime we've ever done it. My friend was more coal mines and produce more coal around the the world according to the press then all of Great Britain producers and styles tried to defend it and said that ten years ago he came to the conclusion that climate has a huge problem and has since spent a lot on environmental cause as it was like a rare moment of tension which didn't feel like we got as much last night with people like de Blasio Joe and Delaney and and Hickenlooper out of the mix. Another one came up of course on race. What was that conversation like? There was a sort of a two-pronged pronged discussion on race. One came when Mayor Pete. Buddha judge was asked about kind of significant hiccup in their outreach to you black voters a notch their plan that addresses racial inequality in America used stock photo of a woman from Kenya as the main image and Kamala Harris as the only black woman. Running for president was asked about that for too long. I think candidates have taken for granted constituencies that have been the backbone of the Democratic Party and have overlook those pictures and have you know they show up when it's close to election time show up in a black church and want to get the vote but just haven't been there before I mean you know the would there are plenty of people who applauded black women for the success of the twenty. Eighteen election applauded black women for the election of a senator from Alabama But at some point folks get tired of just saying oath thanks for showing up and and say well shot for me and it's kind of worth noting that even though she had a powerful argument last night she's been struggling in the polls including in South Carolina where Joe Biden is clearly early. The candidate that is foreign away like running away with the black vote right now so he has a huge coalition of support. And that's you know partially because he was Obama's vice as president he has ties in South Carolina. He's just like a known entity in the state and meanwhile the two candidates that were on the debate stage last night. They're actually now now. Three black candidates running with divall Patrick in the mix but cory booker and Kamala Harris have not been doing as well with black voters so last night. It was really notable all that booker like went after Biden especially on racial issues on drug policy around marijuana. I have a lot of respect for for the vice vice president. He is sworn into. My Office. Is a hero this week here. Literally say that. I don't think we should legalize marijuana. I I thought you might have been high when you said it because marijuana very wanna our country is already legal for privileged people biden did take a moment to clear up his views. And I'd say that he does believe in decriminalizing marijuana but then if this was a moment to sort of look good on race he kinda shit the bed because he said listen. I come out of the black.

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"dems" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"They will never believe in this democracy illusion again and that's interesting like where does that go. How is this workable. How do we go back to anything. You know any semblance of normalcy after that. I don't think we will and so that's that's what I think is the bigger picture which is what's really interesting and I don't really know what the answer is but it'll be fun to watch it play out all right right. Let's let's let's check in with the inner circle and see what brilliant comments we have from from these wonderful people people who are supporting listeners and guys. Please don't make me feel like a Dick for saying that now. Ask a whole bunch of really dumb shit. which I know is going to happen all right? I posted in the part of the problem inner circle. I said is there. Anything you guys want us to talk about today. And of course the first response from Jonathan said preferably wieners. I'll talk about what I got. That's like all right. What do you got well. I think he's talking like hot wieners or like human wieners. I bet he wants to go human wieners that that's what I assumed I know you WanNa Talk Hotdog wieners. I love hot dogs much rather talk about human wieners. You know a hotdog now. We're going hot dogs. Hot Dog is in the right. Circumstance is is great like a ballpark. Yeah veered a baseball game. Get A hotdog. How do you like your hot sauerkraut and mustard and brown mustard. Yeah that's solid about the Sauerkraut yeah but it's all that is really. You realize it's it's really I. I really don't like the hot dog. Just products could be better meet that you'd put on that Sandwich Corner. Just call it a sandwich. I might have ruined. I might never never get back. I'm Michael Malices podcast why he's very anti-colonial sandwich well. It's one of his assist a hotdog. You're saying say no. I do say no. I was thinking about this the other day. Let's say it took a hotdog a growing. You filled it with tuna fish. What do you call that to me. That is the sandwich. It's a tuna fish sandwich but not with a hotdog. A hotdog is not a sandwich. I I think the point I might be wrong about this but to me. The point is that I know the answer is that a hot dog is not a sandwich but I have no way of justifying the same way that taxation is is theft because technically stepped and then some people get upset about it on technically is a sandwich now it should be its own thing being categorized gripe. It's really hard from a technical standpoint Fila hotdog with anything else and tell me it's not a sandwich the okay you know what you've kind of one me anyways as the best argument I've ever. I heard corn beef. That's the way to go. corned beef would be good with. Delhi me corned beef. I mean like a fresh corn beef honky and shit. I love it in mustard mustard. That's the best like corned beef and cabbage or like you hang out with some real. Polish people and they get the Boston. They're also COUPLA. Fuck Fuck. Ya Love it love. I'm actually getting very hungry now. This conversation not even kidding around them genuinely hungry all right cody writes writes the local five K. Race. IQ The fuck does that mean. I don't know I think it's a play on the local five k. race and then the word word I q after race. I don't know that thing that I'm supposed to know the five K. Race Iq. I don't know what you want me to talk about running or race. Iq What do you want me to talk about with race and I q are there enough people who can cover this already. Why do you guys have to try to ruin my career. I don't know yeah. There's there are like the I personally what I think about this. I've actually consulted Some people who I think are are semi experts in the field who I know personally. I think that IQ science is very very interesting. I think I Q is very predictive in as far as any like psychological trait that that we know of does a pretty good job and there are differences in the average John Q. Between Different racial groups snow question about everybody special like the black people at bigger penises cue for bigger peanuts dog average penis is you you want to that by race that being said I guess one of the reasons why I don't focus on the race and I q stuff. That much is because number one. I think it's a big unknown exactly how much environment factors into I q and I think that people who claim to know this like they'll go like well well. That's thirty percent of Iq. I think this is bullshit thirty percent they don't ask you even that is the difference isn't that the difference between a hundred one hundred thirty and what's the difference between one hundred hundred thirty in terms of its enormous but the other thing is that I don't buy into the argument that other people who are libertarian and cap or lean in that direction. I've talked about with Racin. Iq that you need a high Q. Society in order to have a libertarian order. I think that's true. I mean there's there are lots of High Q. Hugh societies that don't have a libertarian order certainly no low. IQ societies have them but I don't think that you know accepting the non aggression principle and private property rights is something you need a one fifty. IQ In order to do I do think that low the low I q relationship with with violent. Crime is is a big problem but the only way to deal with that from my perspective is to have violent crime be all that is illegal and when you fuck around and with all these other things that are illegal as well. You're never going to do a great job dealing with violent crime and so anyway I don't know I don't know you know like talking about racing. IQ It's like I'm not an expert on the subject and it's like okay. So what are you suggesting we do. What do you do with that the Asians in charge well ask the question. Get an answer there you go. I'm for Asian rulers now. No longer an anarchist okay Sam asks. Can you get just a mosh on the show and straighten his head out. He used to be so good I don't know I've never attempted did to get just in a mosh on the show if he was down to do it. I'd be down to have him on but I don't know you guys number. You call him up. Tell me come on guys guys. Let's take a second to Let you know about our sponsor for today's show which is infinite. CB I love infinite CBD. I personally have gotten a lot of benefit out of their freezing in point topical cream which is for pain relief it also helps reduce inflammation. I really this stuff is like a lifesaver. It really helped me out with this pinched nerve that I have. I I like really swear by this product and I know a lot of people use infancy beauty products for other things like insomnia anxiety depression to wake up in the morning. They have the C. D. A. M. 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"dems" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"dems" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"It's not exactly what its roots to court with your wife there and go yeah did get the blow job right. Ellen Shittier fend ally be a decent person in lie hi about this so but but at least it was easier to explain whereas this one is very difficult to to articulate quickly what exactly he did but there also is the bigger you know if you WANNA get into the nature of how government works and maybe this is what's weird from the perspective of an anarchist or from the perspective perspective of even somebody who's a just a small government free market guy in general where you really don't think you know if you think like ninety percent of what the government does. It shouldn't be doing to begin with your like. None of this should exist so I don't think this is how it should work like the way it works now. I don't think this is how it should work but given that it does. Is it necessarily a good thing that world leaders can't speak in secrecy. Oh man and I a second. I don't know that that's a good thing at all. Tucker Carlson made this point the other. Can I ask you go ahead. I think there's GonNa be a platform by which these guys are having conversations that we you don't know of and don't see maybe not. There's no way that if if Obama wants to talk to I mean if trump wants to talk to Putin. There isn't some cell phone somewhere where Putin I answer. I don't know about that. Just seems really well that I. I actually think that the you might be wrong. I mean the truth is in Donald Trump said this. I mean look I don't know Oh maybe we don't know but Donald Trump said before he goes. I know every time I talked to another world leader. There's a whole bunch of spies who are like listening to what I'm saying so he goes of course. I'm not going to say something like that. You know crazy like that was actually one of his defenses over the ICU. Let's take a quick second and thank our sponsor for today's show which is Vin. Sarah Watches is Vince Sarah is my go-to brand for affordable. Quality watches just dropped their new altitude collection and we have to say it's unbelievable. They sent me a couple of their watchers. Their absolutely beautiful I love them. You know in in the watch industry there's like the really high end beautiful watches that cost tonnes of money and then there's the really crappy low end watches that looked like crap but Vince Cerro are the first ones who have created watches that make you look like a million bucks but you're not going to have to spend a million bucks in order to get one It's really incredible. They have over sixteen thousand five star reviews and that really says something. This is a a company. That's really pleasing their customers and it's.

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