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Fresh update on "elizabeth warren" discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:43 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "elizabeth warren" discussed on Bloomberg Best

"I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Beijing will loosen mobility curbs in several districts beginning tomorrow This after authorities said Beijing's outbreak is under control while total case numbers in the financial hub of Shanghai continue to decline A spokesman for the Beijing city government says the number of new infections has fallen for 6 straight days in Beijing with no cases outside of quarantine reported yesterday 5 senators are pushing Google and Apple to prohibit apps on their platforms from using data mining practices that could put women seeking abortions at risk more from Bloomberg's Pellegrini In two letters the lawmakers addressed the chief executive officer of apple and alphabet school the latest effort by Democrats to crack down on abortion related data collection and distribution Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts led the appeal Along with fellow Democrat Cory Booker of New Jersey Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and rod and wyden of Oregon and independent Bernie Sanders of Vermont and the senators say if roe V wade is overturned data mining could be used to stop women from seeking abortion services or target them retroactively Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini there Mayor Eric Adams condemned the planned exclusion of NYPD cops marching in next month's gay pride parade but stopped short of saying he would skip the event if New York's finest can't participate That's according to the New York Post NYPD officers have been banned from marching in their uniforms until at least 2025 in the wake of the murder of George Floyd Beach season in New York City gets underway this weekend New York City's 8 public beaches officially open today with lifeguards on duty daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. until Sunday September 12th Parks commissioner Susan donohue We ask that you never go in the water when there is no life got on duty Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Suzanne Palmer This.

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Blake Masters: Mark Kelly Won't Admin Money Printing Is a Problem

The Dan Bongino Show

00:59 min | Last week

Blake Masters: Mark Kelly Won't Admin Money Printing Is a Problem

"So the audience wants to hear from you not me Let's just think through a couple issues the jour inflation a real problem Blake I mean the Democrats and swampy Republicans which I like and you take it to both the swamp on both sides They're starting to figure out you can't print trillions of dollars of money and suffer no repercussions So what do we do about it Well we really do have to stop this crazy crazy spending Dan I know that sounds like an old school talking point But man the economy is cratering and we know why You can't spend $6 trillion in one year and not expect any inflation My incumbent Democrat opponent Mark Kelly though He won't even admit that the money printing is the problem He literally crips the Elizabeth Warren line and says oh inflation is caused when all the greedy businessmen get together and conspire to raise prices Are they lying to us or are they economically illiterate I'm not sure but we got to throw them out of office and stop printing so much money

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Kevin McCullough on the Failure of Democrats' Abortion Legislation

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | Last week

Kevin McCullough on the Failure of Democrats' Abortion Legislation

"Tell us both triggered Thomas. When I saw. The Senate try to push forward this insane abortion law and fail, I thought this is pure politics. They're doing this because they know they're going to get destroyed in November. So they're trying to come across like we're the only hope we're doing everything we can to save you from the evil Republicans, something like that. Well, what's interesting about the failure of that vote was that it not only didn't meet the cloture standard, which I think they were required to have 60. And this is why Elizabeth Warren was all out of sorts when she was in the hallway with the hill afterwards saying, oh, it's time to do away with the filibuster. It didn't even get a majority of votes. So it failed 49 51, you had a couple of Democrats that sided with Republicans that swayed the difference there. And at the end of the day, we are still not a country that is eager to. We don't worship moloch here. We don't eat our children. This is not and it feels somewhat surreal saying that, Eric, but when you look at the insanity that the left has gone after our kids with, they hate children from the pre born stage to the infant formula shortage that is cropping up all over the place now where the USDA actually controls about 60% of the production of formula and it had this been the Trump administration and he had taken the same blueprint that he did with vaccines and said, let's go get a private public partnership and get formula made and get it out to the shelves so that babies are okay. They could have done that in there's a couple of factories in Michigan right now that are sitting still that have been lifeless since mid last year.

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Elizabeth Warren: 'I Believe in Democracy'

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Elizabeth Warren: 'I Believe in Democracy'

"Elizabeth Warren who lied her way through her career Her training to be a Native American In indigenous individual Is a nitwit I want you to listen to this I mean this is absolutely shocking Cut ten go I believe in democracy And I don't believe that the minority should have the ability to block things that the majority want to do That's not the constitution Okay let's stop Let's stop stop I believe in democracy And I don't believe that the majority of the minority should have the ability to block things that the majority want to do That's not in the constitution First of all she cites the constitution I thought they hated the constitution Remember It's written by white straight male slave owners And of course that's not true of all But it doesn't matter It is the document of a white dominated white supremacist society And yet they cited all the time Isn't it amazing

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Elizabeth Warren Sounds Possessed Following Leaked Draft Opinion

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Elizabeth Warren Sounds Possessed Following Leaked Draft Opinion

"Do you hear Elizabeth Warren? Do you see her? I can't get over this. This is a United States senator. This is a United States senator. This is somebody who is in one of the most powerful and important positions in the land. This woman has given countless speeches done, you know, a gazillion interviews knows how to conduct herself in public life and this is how Elizabeth Warren conducted herself after the leaked opinion was revealed. Supreme Court, thanks to making the most famous news on all of the women of this country and they are angry. They touch we have reached the culmination of what Republicans have been fighting for. For decades. Now, and we are gonna fight. I have seen the world where abortion is going. We are not going back. Not ever. No. Say it with me. We are not going back. We are. Not ever. Never. I mean, remember who Howard dean that had the yeah moment that many believe doomed his candidacy? She sounds like she's possessed.

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A Baby Has No Representation Other Than Us Willing to Speak Out

Mark Levin

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

A Baby Has No Representation Other Than Us Willing to Speak Out

"You know what Drives me nuts about this that baby can't speak that baby can baby can organize that baby can't protest at the Supreme Court That baby can't protest at the home of justices That baby has no representation except for those of us who are willing to speak out None whatsoever Elizabeth Warren is telling you the position of the Democrat party It's not about trimesters anymore It's not about viability anymore It's that's not a baby even though it is a baby And if you want to kill it then kill it Just make sure you say a prayer before you do it Is that what we've become

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Elizabeth Warren: The State Shouldn't Intervene in a Pregnancy

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Elizabeth Warren: The State Shouldn't Intervene in a Pregnancy

"Anyway lunatic Elizabeth Warren was on CBS this morning today Cut 5 go There's a question should there be any limits on abortions You know I'm gonna put it this way I think that the woman who is most affected should be at the heart of this Of course I hate that she should be able to call on her partner Right Her mother her priest her rabbi She should be able to bring in the people she needs But in a pregnancy I don't believe that it is the state that should intervene with its heavy hand And make the decision You folks understand how far this goes well beyond Roe versus wade and Casey That a woman congest consult with whomever she wishes to consult And do what she wishes As if that other thing isn't a human being I don't believe there's a country in the world that takes that position If they do their genocidal regimes that don't give a damn about people yet born or people born

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What JD Vance's Win of the GOP Nomination in Ohio Means For the US

The Trish Regan Show

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

What JD Vance's Win of the GOP Nomination in Ohio Means For the US

"I mean, this is just amazing. What we saw happening out in Ohio because JD Vance, wow, he just climbed in the polls. In the last couple of weeks, interestingly, after Donald Trump endorsed him. He did win the day out there in Ohio. He now advances to the big race in November. He's running against senator rob. Well, he's running against center Tim congressman. Tim Ryan, I should say, this is for senator rob Portman's seat, rob Portman, of course, is retiring getting out of politics. And this will be an interesting one because what I love about Ohio voters is that they really are just kind of salt of the earth and they're interested in a lot of the same things that frankly I think you and I are interested in from a policy perspective. And so it will be extremely interesting to watch. I should point out that Tim Ryan, he has a history of being pretty tough on China. He is a history for standing up for the American people on the jobs front. He's very anti inflation. I mean, he's got a lot of values that are somewhat aligned with a lot of the conservative values, not all of them, for sure. Not all of them. But that's why it's going to be so interesting because he's not an AOC type. He's not a Bernie Sanders type is not Elizabeth Warren type. He kind of didn't fit in entirely perfectly to the Democrat party. So now he's running against somebody who is really the antithesis of everything that the Democrats stand for. And that'll be a very interesting barometer to see where that heads for us as a nation. Don't forget, this Vance victory is seen as a Trump victory because Trump endorsed him and it really could spell some pretty good news for Trump endorsed candidates. I think in other upcoming primaries, including what we're seeing in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Georgia, all over the country,

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Biden Tiptoes Around the Politics of Student Loan Forgiveness

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden Tiptoes Around the Politics of Student Loan Forgiveness

"Josh is where you find him, Josh. Got to ask you for the political read of forgiveness of student debt. I'm going to spend a lot of time on it this week. I did my first couple of segments where I took callers. Nobody calls in who wants student debt forgiven, but there are 40 million people who owe student debt. What are the politics of that in your view? The White House is playing to a college educated affluent or much of the affluent, but upper middle class life of the electorate, they're based. They called Elizabeth Warren coalition, but it could come at the expense of a lot of folks who didn't go to college or have already paid their college debt off and see this as a handout to fairly upper middle class Americans. I think they're so desperate this White House to find out any way to excite a base. They're not only losing among independents and all the polling polling around 30% among independents, but they're also not exciting the core progressives that voted for him would Biden vote for Democrats in 2020. So this is sort of a Hail Mary pass, a Hail Mary idea, try to figure out a way to get young people to the polls to get them back into the democratic fold.

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Caller: We Don't Expect Anybody to Pay Our Kid's College Debt

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:48 sec | Last month

Caller: We Don't Expect Anybody to Pay Our Kid's College Debt

"Tell me what you think about what you just heard from Elizabeth Warren. Well, I've been a first responder for 32 years, and we saved up for my kid to go to college. And our deal with him was, you will pay for your four years and then anything after that, you'll take care of. And we don't expect anybody to pay our kids college debt. And if we start doing this, these smaller colleges like where my kid went to school, are going to go bankrupt. And now my kid decided to serve, he's going to he's serving the United States Air Force now. So he's actually serving his country after he graduated college. So I just think it's ridiculous. I don't want anybody to pay my loans for me. Hey, man, and USB so proud of your son. Yes, sir. I am very proud. Well, we're proud of him too. We're proud of you, and I thank you for your service all these years, Tammy, because you get the right perspective. It's infuriating. I mean,

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Elizabeth Warren Sounds the Alarm for Democrats on Sunday Talk Shows

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | Last month

Elizabeth Warren Sounds the Alarm for Democrats on Sunday Talk Shows

"Listen to Elizabeth Warren yesterday on CNN. There is so much we can do and if we do it over the next 200 days, we're going to be in fine shape. This is what it is about. Take it to the people what we've done, but we need to get the work done. And if you don't, will you lose control of Congress? I think we're going to be in real trouble. If we don't get up and deliver, then I believe that Democrats are going to lose. Democrats win when they do when they work on behalf of working people. And we can't just rest on what we've already done. We need to be fighting going forward. There are things that the American people elected us to do and we still need to get out there and do them. We do that, then we're going to be fine. And the elections. That's how democracy works. Especially when we're up against a party that just wants to fight culture wars. That's not going to help people in their lives. Our job as Democrats is to help hardworking Americans and we can do that. We can make government work, not just for the billionaires, not just for the giant corporations. We can actually make it work for

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Elizabeth Warren Downplays Elon Musk's Success

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Elizabeth Warren Downplays Elon Musk's Success

"Elizabeth Warren has created nothing She's a nobody Cut three go He recently said he'll pay $11 billion in taxes last year And yet you've said he needs to stop freeloading off the rest of this Does that really ring true to you So it's going to pay he paid $11 billion last year And she accuses him of freeling Why Because she's a Marxist That's why Yeah go ahead Shouldn't he be celebrated and not disparaged Some sort of modern day robber baron So what I'm happy to celebrate success But let's remember Elon Musk didn't make it on his own He got huge investments from the government from taxpayers from those public school teachers and those minimum wage works You believe this Lots of people go to school and turn out to be lousy People go to school and turn out to be criminals People go to school and turn out to be left wing cook senators from Massachusetts You see how they downplay and degrade success the contributions to society that this man Elon Musk has made The number of people who have jobs as a result of Elon Musk and not just at the manufacturing assembly line in the plants But everything associated with it moving down the chain All the other businesses

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Sen. Ted Cruz Explains Why Biden Won't Expand U.S. Oil & Natural Gas

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz Explains Why Biden Won't Expand U.S. Oil & Natural Gas

"Can you please explain to me why Joe Biden won't from a national security perspective if nothing else Open the spigots to our oil and natural gas pull the coal out of the ground use it to crush Putin's economy and his army I mean have you ever heard of anything like this or seen anything like this Look Mark what you're asking is incredibly reasonable It is a no brainer Which means the chances that Joe Biden will do it are essentially zero And I think it's two factors that are at play One Biden when he was sworn into office made the decision to hand the agenda as administration over to the radical left It is the fringe that is Bernie Sanders It is Elizabeth Warren It's AOC who set the agenda It's one of the biggest surprises you know Biden in 2020 He campaigned as a reasonable centrist moderate and from day one he abandoned that And it's been the radical socialist fringe So when it comes to energy the first week in office he shuts down the Keystone pipeline The first week in office he bans all new leasing on federal lands at offshore drilling The first week in office he opens up our borders stops building the wall returns to catch and release and rips up the remain in Mexico agreement And you look at the State of the Union last night he's continuing to follow the tune of the drummers of the radical left So they won't let him increase U.S. energy production because the Green New Deal and the radical anti energy left is setting the agenda But secondly there's another problem that is equally fundamental Which is on foreign policy Joe Biden and his entire team embraces weakness and appeasement You look at every enemy of America They believe the answer is to give them what they want to negotiate a way to

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Sen. Warren Claims Elon Musk Doesn't Pay Taxes

The Larry Elder Show

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Sen. Warren Claims Elon Musk Doesn't Pay Taxes

"Elizabeth Warren claims that Elon Musk has not paid anything in federal taxes. Between 2014 and 2018, he played $455 million in taxes, by the way, has given $1 billion billions of dollars in charity. And will be the largest taxpayer in American history this year and will pay over $11 billion in taxes. And because he left California, I think two years ago, even though we have the highest income tax state income tax rate, 13.3%, California will get not a dime. That's right. But part of what happens right now is that, for example, Elon Musk 2018, we've actually seen his tax returns. You know how much he paid in taxes one of the richest people in the world? Zero. And he's not the only one. Jeff Bezos, right? Another one of the richest people in the world. He pays less in taxes than a public school teacher. Or a firefighter.

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Pocahontas Is No Dummy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

Pocahontas Is No Dummy

"Pocahontas is no dummy. You can say what you want about Elizabeth Warren. She's not dumb. So when she keeps screeching that requiring an ID to vote is racist, I can promise you, she expects black people to show their ID and their vaccine card to go dine at a restaurant she favors in her home state of Massachusetts. I guarantee

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In Terms of Voter Integrity, Can the U.S. Learn From Puerto Rico?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 4 months ago

In Terms of Voter Integrity, Can the U.S. Learn From Puerto Rico?

"Voter integrity laws in the United States are hugely controversial by which I mean that they have the left and the media left. Screaming, I just saw in social media. Elizabeth Warren, you know what these laws are about. They're about suppressing the vote. They're suppressing women to suppressing persons of color, they're suppressing college students, and so we have this kind of drum beat to the effect that the very nominal measures that are being taken in a number of states to protect the vote are somehow voter suppression. Now, there's a very interesting article. This is actually from AEI. And it's a long time since I, well, I don't even know if I've ever cited in the AEI report on the podcast. Which kind of gives you an idea of how out of it AEI is generally now as a so called think tank. But this is an interesting article. It's about voting laws and Puerto Rico. And this is written by a guy who lives in Puerto Rico, so he actually knows what he's talking about. And I want to highlight a few items. He goes first, you have to obtain a voter ID card before you can vote in Puerto Rico. He goes, this is the laminated photo ID with holograms in a barcode. It's completely separate ID from your driver's license. It's a voting ID. And he says to get the voter ID, you go to a voter registration office, you got to bring your birth certificate and another photo ID or your passport, as well as proof of being a Puerto Rican resident like your property bead or utility bill. So he says, then when you show up to vote, he goes to inspect your voter ID card and they scan the barcode. And he says, not only that, they also scan your hands with the blacklight to make sure you haven't already voted. So there's actually a kind of Mark that is deposited in your hands once you vote and you make sure you can't vote twice because it will, it will be highlighted by the scanner. Then they find your name on a list of registered voters. And on this list, your name has your picture next to it so that they can match your picture on the photo with your voter ID

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The Left Isn't Hiding Their Totalitarianism Anymore

The Dan Bongino Show

01:08 min | 5 months ago

The Left Isn't Hiding Their Totalitarianism Anymore

"But the left isn't hiding anymore That's been the theme of today's show They're just out there in the open right now again pushing like hard totalitarianism now Folks it's not a conspiracy theory I'm using their own audio clips It's their own clips You've got a Democrat a member of Congress jayapal openly celebrating the censorship excuse me censorship of her political opponents Marjorie Taylor Greene and others you've got a Democrat prominent lawyer this mark Elias talking about Maybe we should sue a bunch of Republicans so that they don't run again Did you just say that on your Twitter Yes you did You've got Schumer talking about nuking the filibuster to do a federal takeover of elections And the media at the adventure he's a conspiracy theorist I'm using their own words you idiots If Evan osnard is listening or someone else I'm using your own words You got Elizabeth Warren wants to pack the Supreme Court What more evidence do you need You think it's a conspiracy theory It's happening They're not even being delicate about it

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Senator Ted Cruz: "D.C. Is a Lunatic Asylum"

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Senator Ted Cruz: "D.C. Is a Lunatic Asylum"

"Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show with us. Probably my favorite senator, I'm gonna get in trouble for saying that. Senator Ted Cruz from Texas how you doing? Charlie always great to be with you. Thanks for having me. You're doing amazing work. Your true fighter for liberty. And very articulate and really inspiring to us all. But I don't envy what you have to fight right now. And tell us about it. I look D.C. as a lunatic asylum. I mean, it is, it's always been crazy. But this year has been unlike anything we've ever seen before, that Biden when he came in, made a conscious decision to hand control of the party over to the radicals. And so the people setting the agenda are Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren and AOC, and it is, you know, you think back, we used to think the Obama administration was radical and extreme, and they didn't even imagine what we're saying

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Elizabeth Warren Dares to Call Elon Musk a Freeloader

The Trish Regan Show

01:16 min | 5 months ago

Elizabeth Warren Dares to Call Elon Musk a Freeloader

"Consider how Elizabeth Warren and by the way, she's struggling with COVID right now. That news just came out. So we wish her well, but she came out and said that Elon Musk, who just paid the most taxes of anybody or is paying the most taxes of anybody this year, $11 billion, that he's a freeloader. He's a freeloader. You know, she wants her fair share. Bernie Sanders wants his fair share. Have you ever seen Charlie Brown Christmas? I was watching it with my family last night, and there's this scene where Sally, who's the little sister of Charlie Brown. Says, you know, she wants X, Y, and Z for Christmas. She's got a really long list that she wants to give to Santa. And Charlie Brown is like, gee, you know? It's a lot. And she looks what I'm and says, I just want my fair share. Just my fair share. What I have coming to me, oh gosh. Sounds like it. It could have been Bernie Sanders. In fact, maybe it was because he was saying exactly that back in 1965 when this movie was made. Anyway, there's still out there pushing this fair share nonsense. So the Elon Musk, Elon Musk is somehow bad person because he's created a massive amount of wealth. He's created the very EV industry that they're also jazzed about. And he's made the most taxes in history.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"A noble way come k. he's had a few. Yes indeed. I'M GONNA GIVE IT to Elizabeth Warren to remind her that if she really wants to stand by her beliefs by her plans. Fight up black fourth. Where should I over my knee or should I put over my niece? Senator looks like she's got hair all over your pants right. It's kind of sexy right. Okay and there. She is This a little bit down. Oh yes. These are appropriately flowery ups oh no. This is houses work. Oh they've got of course Elizabeth. Warren would have a whole bunch going on here but we won't show the label just a little bit of skin and wears her microphone. Does she have it too? Here's a MIC right here. Green for Saint Patty. I'm sure you have some Irish in you even though you don't have hardly any native American right a right right. I'd like to see your. Std's has but you know. Yeah I'm sure there are good too but Yeah your your DNA tests were that impressive with the Indian things. So spank Spank for you. Native American that is what did you say you were. Cherokee or something. Yeah.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Where does this put Elizabeth Warren I know your why are you discussing Elizabeth Warren why in the world are you discussing those with more I'm a boy with a fairy I'm a boy with Jerry and the theory goes like this you've got clover char and you've got booted judge endorsing Joe Biden going down to Dallas as they did yesterday to endorse him to campaign with him and so conventional wisdom says that if the clover char and bitter judge if Pete Namie or indoors in Joe well then P. many voters are also gonna vote for Joe your support show end I don't think that's true I mean it's possible sure they'll go with the winner right they'll go to blind to Bernie but if you want to really take a look at who they are the real the the voter doesn't go for for for Joe Biden the voter goes for Elizabeth Warren you take a look at people to judge we have described of course as radical this is all a lie that he's a moderate if you take a look at his Medicare for all who want to plan the division his plans and the bird senator Bernie Sanders plan is is nil right but I just said this he is certain shares cannot figure out how to operate in his new scheme they'll fail and he said honestly I don't care if they're going to fail it doesn't matter that he's setting up Medicare for all not Medicare for all who want it when you talk about police and your budget sucking about systemic racism within police forces Bernie Sanders saying the same thing so clearly these people want Bernie policies but they don't want the Bernie rapper they want the substance but they want a style that isn't screaming at you are yelling at you aggressively points to get you every second so if you want those things if you want to cool calm and collected a blue to judge me on the policies of Bernie that candidate is not Joe Biden that candidate is Elizabeth Warren Amy Klobuchar she got the address of the new York times they called her a woman of charisma great and stick to it ness she sponsored the green new deal she supports cap and trade she is seen as a pragmatist grounded someone will explain her position in plain English now her policies on health care mineable Joe Biden because they both support a public option or turn to a bomb a care which aligns with Bernie on the green new deal and she aligns with Warren on the green new deal in cap and trade but if you're looking for somebody who is a pragmatist we're talking about style here you would never call Bernie a pragmatist that man is a true believer he would never call Joe Biden grounded nor would you say that you can speak in place broken English maybe but not in plain English did you hear Joe Biden trying to explain or trying to quote the declaration of independence here you go we don't resell however.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You're right Elizabeth Warren was a star on social media even though she was awful at it she didn't know what a selfie was she didn't know when the proper time to say let's have a beer Hollywood elitists they love them some Lizzy Warren director Jon Favreau Mikey from slingers put out a tweet I'm going to really miss Elizabeth Warren's campaign not to be outdone actress amber Tamblyn pretty strong here quote to the people who fought for Elizabeth Warren most especially the women and young girls out there a reminder you owe no one anything right now allow yourself the space to grieve and be angry and being numb take all the time you need don't don't know who amber Tamblyn is take the time to grieve she didn't die she is very much alive but take the time to grieve not let me ask you this we get paid to talk about politics we get paid to pay attention here have you ever voted for somebody and they lost and you needed time to grieve boy more Mitt Romney back in twenty twelve I called in sick for like two weeks Tony danza sitcom daughter says wait and Alyssa Milano I love you Elizabeth Warren watching you campaign with such bold ideas and even bolder grace has made me a better woman wow well everybody in Hollywood now jumping on the Joe Biden trainer there used to be he would he flew out to some fancy Hollywood fundraiser the other night Leo DiCaprio was there he's all about it you know he's easy tries to the posture cell zero I'm working class Joe I just I I care about Joe six pack and then he's you know sipping champagne with in Hollywood executives and on a private jet out the Hollywood Gimme a break Joe Biden Leo flew in on a private jet to lecture everybody on the emissions of climate change all the president has weighed in on the departure of Elizabeth Warren yeah quote Elizabeth Pocahontas Warren who was going nowhere except into many Mike's head and just dropped out of the democratic primary three days too late she called crazy Bernie at least Massachusetts Minnesota and Texas probably cost him the nomination came in third in mass man I would tell you that it's highly Bernie I don't even think it's headed towards a brokered convention anymore easy the poll numbers out of Florida he is at Biden is killing Bernie Sanders massive lead forty nine percent lead over Bernie and with Bloomberg out of the picture too because we're believe it or not was actually going to be a factor in Florida because all those old retired folks they don't want Bernie coming taking all their retirement money right they want somebody that's going to actually take care of them but yeah Donald Trump is is is a master it's stirring the pot I couldn't wait to see what he had to say when I heard that Elizabeth Warren dropped out of the race today the president called in to Sean Hannity show last night on fox some of that he was asked about the twenty twenty race specifically all the gaffes that Joe Biden's been making well look I don't want to be too critical I just you know I've never seen anything like it to be honest and but I'm sure that the Democrats are saying the same thing but they'd rather have them then and Bernie doesn't make too many gaps with Bernie's got his own difficulties that's the president last night on Sean Hannity and then he decided to kind of go rogue in I don't wanna say bash because I don't think he was bashing fox news last night but he was critical of fox news while all on fox news yes the great people who have rush who's doing right here really well there's a much better and mark live in and you know I mean we have a lot of support you'd be amazed we have a lot of support the great Lou Dobbs so many people we have is supporters outside of just you know R. R. fox news which you know I have my own little I have my own little difficulties with if you want to know the truth and put people on that I think are inappropriate and save very very false things and people down challenging I think they tried to be very politically correct a fair and balanced right is that balanced but I think there was one of the two is as in any after that is going to gloss over the whole thing and moved on to a different size X. it's our Russell's papers papers around a little bit all right let's talk about coronavirus all right Matt Maher standing by in the W. IDC traffic.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"What makes this unique is we are taking on the corporate establishment we the greed of Wall Street the drug companies who charge is Elizabeth Warren and I'm going to beat Donald take back the Senate Mitch McConnell out of a job what's hot air and that's what politicians are famous for their right and this was a very big news day Elizabeth Warren does not feature heavily in the win column it is about Biden and Sanders and it's mostly Biden when it comes to overall states however Sanders wins the big one in California and also picks up Colorado along the way too when you look at the column for Biden he's got Alabama and Arkansas Massachusetts which would be Warren's stomping grounds also Maine Minnesota although I think the main might be a little bit too early to call a Minnesota North Carolina Tennessee Texas neck and neck between five men and Sanders right now Sanders did pick up Utah did pick up Vermont Virginia went to Biden and of course for the Republicans I mean it's obvious it's Donald Trump although there were some other names on ballots here and there but trump picks up everything across the board in all of the states are four mentioned my name's Kate Delaney if you just tuned in welcome to the show we've been doing this gig for fifteen years and seen all kinds of crazy things when it comes to politics but super Tuesday is big because you have one thousand three hundred forty four delegates from fourteen states that are there for the taking and the people that are vying for that nomination of course includes senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont former VP Joe Biden I mean they really are the two that it comes down to but throwing your axe New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg also senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts and it is all about the numbers baby because you have to have the numbers at the end to get the nomination unless you have a big giant challenge and a filibuster at the convention which is highly highly on the whole likely so interesting time for Democrats to say the least as Biden has now turned the corner since South Carolina and things have gone a little bit differently for him compared to where he was just months ago when there was projections that and it did look that way I know we talked about on the show it looks like wow Biden has just slipped away into the abyss this is why they do the delegate things because a lot of times it can obviously change so the Tuesday stages are about claiming victory and picking up those numbers and then moving but I think was democratic voters it's clear there is some division on electability because for Democrats it is about the number one issue is what what is the number one issue pleading the incumbent beating president Donald Trump in the general election and that's what behind the scenes is being talked about and who is that candidate that they think gives them the best chance I suppose to to to do that meanwhile while all of that is happening there still is massive conversation this show is about what's happening in your backyard what's happening in mind there's massive conversation about the corona virus and where are we headed with that and he had who's coming up and down with it now what are the numbers what does that look like and then also there was a horrific tornadoes in Tennessee that really just ripped up areas in and around Nashville very sad to see the video coming out of Nashville I mean just absolutely Ragin because you again you had on the unexpected I suppose happening in fact if you listen to anything during the day on many of the stations that you're listening to me now you certainly know that it was it it was rough and still is rough because the search continues for for people there more people have gone missing except for us so so many people were gravitating toward bill leave the governor's Twitter account to see what the latest is about neighborhoods and red cross and who need to help them what was happening and how devastating is in fact here is what the governor had to say about the death toll it's a tragic day in our state a sad day here are twenty five confirmed fatalities across our state from West Tennessee to East Tennessee I spent the day touring and visiting with victims and walking through neighborhoods and the devastation is heartbreaking here's what I love about Nashville it is not only just a cool city but the people as many do in this country but the people immediately rallied to help however they could the Nashville mayor John Cooper said that it they they out of no where got five thousand volunteers to help rebuild twenty seven companies immediately contacting hands on Nashville to help already a million plus has been donated to help and that number keeps climbing so the good news is that people are there they're helping the bad news is twenty five people dead the devastation and what's what is been impacted is yes horrific because you had people that were killed in their sleep I mean so many of these touchdowns happened in the middle of the night especially hit hard was Putnam County nineteen people dead as of right before I went on the air Wilson county three Davidson to Benton one and there's still so many unknown number of people missing from Putnam especially so search and rescue they did did it as long as they could until it got too dark and then they'll be back at it again but the the tornado stories are incredibly incredibly sad in it like I said so much of the problem is the fact that it happened overnight so if you were lucky you you survived it if you weren't lucky of course you didn't or your home didn't survive it and it is the proverbial pictures that look the same no matter where you put somewhere it doesn't matter if it's mansions small houses apartments just master Smith smothering Germantown damage just ripped apart east Nashville neighborhood there read the part where one side of the road houses look okay the other side can fool legally.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Vegas senator Elizabeth Warren received about ten percent of the caucus votes followed by seafood ejection America's worst thing forty five seconds fifty hello.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

14:37 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Other moments from last night's democratic debate coming your way on the Chris Plante show last night was it was pretty bad but the way things went last night what I could do read to try to get Canada Bernie and Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Warren is not sharks is a future axe murder I think it seems relatively normal looking or left I didn't having this stuff for a long time now she's crazy Elizabeth Warren is one of those car dealership bus leaves with the fan on the bottom with the arms flailing up and they are not Hey diddle diddle but the other other thing with the car dealership and the the but she is she is not these people are crazy their eyes are bugging out of their head they're old hi did you see Elizabeth Warren and Bernie holding their arms otherwise waving white verified people sitting ten feet from the edge five moderators only six candidates they had five moderate you know the right number of moderators is true there should be two moderators I'm not five this isn't a an opportunity to showcase your alleged challenge on them show that your your diversity or so but that's what it is of course and I said five moderators with only six candidates seems like a mismatch doesn't they should probably have six moderators have six gunners and Elizabeth Warren first of all many Mike down at the end there he just he took his big like command now did need it he's all battered and bruised and and that but New York Post is making fun of him on the on the coverage of all by the way we're at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five eight eight eight six three oh nine six two five that's an absolutely toll free telephone number for you our valued listeners and aren't most calls free now anyway but the New York Post the headline is Democrat debate turns nasty black and the bloom and I got a picture of by Michael Bloomberg with bandaids and lumps and bruises all over his face and and black guy and Warren leads brutal might beat you down brutal and and they I did beat up on him and he just kind of stood there until got he's rolling his eyes and sucking his teeth and second to none of you people would even work for me on a list with Warren would be making Xerox copies for me she's crazy I would I wouldn't let her on the executive floors she's a nut case and Bloomberg it honestly is that these sixty five billion dollar man he's looking around like who let these smelly people in here these people these people smell they just brush them off as his shoulder he wanted nothing to do with them he was thinking about firing them thinking I wouldn't let any of these people work in my organization and I wouldn't either for that matter and I'm not even a billionaire but Bloomberg was looking around with disdain dripping with disdain and honestly it looked like he was smell in some bad it might might have been warrant throwing no I'm not I'm not sure but she used her cold got a little better you know Sir her hoarse voice at the other but she's still he did talk about her pause cheekbones I was I missed that I was kind of hoping for a little Pat Paul talk about cheek bones and things like that wouldn't wouldn't get jealous that but it was pretty funny because they're all communists and and here's the my I was texting with a couple of friends last night with Marty and Patton Terry and we're texting back and forth during the debate and very early on paths and trump wins trump wins the debate and sure enough that's the that's the case in the end what happened was the Democrats lost their own debate which ones all of them they're telling you that Warren one she's crazy I mean honestly she is she is buggy she is waived she's a cook this is another how to use the word cook very often but it's kind of a funny word and I did send it to my friends I thank god that these people are coops in okay O. O. K. S. got to K. isn't it that day it's the the Democrats like case and they're cooked these people are cooks Bernie is a fringe case cook is that not all right what's your name Warren she focus that project because she has this crazy thing she was peddling last night the two cent tax or the two percent tech and not you it's not for you it's for other people only rich people are going to pay and when rich people to pay the two percent tax you know we're gonna have we're gonna have free college free child care free day care free preschool free medical school we're gonna have free shoes regards pros free every year to pay off your dad's really and some other people are going to pay it with just two cents of their money not your money and if you believe this you're as dumb as a stump I mean honestly there's a where's where's what's his name and you're getting when you need him somebody needs to do the math on all of this because because these people are crazy it is crazy and then Bernie he's a communist and now all the people what is what you know Dr James Carville calls him a communist so who am I to disagree with the Democrat political authority James travel but not really all the media just calling them socialists and and Bernie and the restroom to Elizabeth Warren they're gonna destroy health care in America and they're going to rebuild it no Cuban model and they're going to pretend that it's better because they're crazy people and they lie all the time it's a quite remarkable but it was an interesting and fun episode to watch it was more fun than any of the other it was the first one I was looking forward to and I text my friend about ten minutes before I say this is the first democratic debate that I've actually looked forward to I don't know if it was because many Mike was there and I want to see what was going to happen with that they currently they hate the Democrats they hate success you know you didn't build that Hey they really do they hate to admit that they hate everything it's the right word is not like they dislike it or have a mild disagreement with it they hate everything I wanted things they hate is successful people now they frame that in some kind of sinister anti capitalist pro Bolshevik Soviet way Bernie Sanders you know he didn't honeymoon in Sweden Daddy now we honeymooned in the Soviet Union didn't it didn't come all non us a rave about the subway system in Stockholm duty no no no it was the chandeliers he was so impressed with which are probably plundered by the Soviet armies nineteen forty five so they could hang up and subways but never mind that these guys are anti success their anti capitalist or anti American anti west anti family their anti bill of rights their anti immigration saying immigration their anti border that these are their entire life these are these are really pretty awful people and and they're crazy I mean more maybe more importantly they're crazy these are crazy people there cooks I spent I sent K. O. okay cooks these people are a bunch of crooks to my friends and and sure enough they're just but they're their crazy people they're not but the the news media license legs shrunk I thank was he was the worst of the moderators but the moderators for the most part yeah they call the moderators they're they're liberal later is is what they are because they're not moderates they're all liberals but they they are Lester Holt kind he's always the study guide is the steady calm cool collected guy he doesn't make up stories like Brian Williams about missiles flying by as helicopter bodies floating by his four seasons hotel room in New Orleans and all that stuff by the moderators made out reasonably well so this scheme of things last night but not as bad as I had anticipated anyway they're they're living in fear not of what conservatives will say or talk radio fox news but what the various wings of the left wing Democrat parties civil war are going to say about them and that they were more or less on their best behavior last night the the candidates on the other hand they forgot they were running against Donald Trump and they just attacked each other so I was laughing out loud and having a lot of fun and and I actually watched the whole thing from beginning to end and and with some interest if not great interest and and I was taking notes you know scratching notes with my U. S. government skill craft pen and and I was abusing myself all the way and and my best girl we're having fun watching it and and really nobody one of the Democrats lost their debate trump won the debate Bloomberg experience first hand what stop and frisk is like he they threw him up against the wall and they pulled his pockets inside out and they accused him of all kinds of things that they love how many times did they accuse each other of being racist last night is Democrats so they have more than one bullet their god now they just call people racist but they then they pulled out the the Black Jack calls up and they accuse bluebird of being sexist as well yes these nondisclosure agreements with women who were in his employ and he says that they didn't like a joke I told or something it's not like I'm Harvey Weinstein or Bill Clinton or something the other party of Bill Clinton I just love that that going around accusing people of thanks but they do accuse people of things is a racist bluebird he's a misogynist he's an elitist he's a billionaire and you can't have a build you are now because you know Bernie the Bolshevik his promise that well you said that there should be no billionaires and he's going to see to it that there won't be because he's a communist let's just face it and is looking to destroy everything and he's the leader of the Democratic Party he's leaving and he's not even a Democrat but he is leading and every virtually every respect the democratic field for the presidency of the United States not Bloomberg for his part he stood there calm cool collected very C. L. like he was steady steady M. and one of the things I texted my friends as it was starting I said you know Bloomberg may come off tonight pretty well as the least crazy and that's maybe all you had to do last night dead she is you should be I don't know what the Boy Scouts or something and poor lunch bucket Joe Biden he just he was lost I think he's still wandering around in a parking lot Las Vegas somewhere asking what he's doing there but they these these guys and you know god bless him bless their hearts as they say yeah these two seventy seven year old guys one seventy eight year old guy and they're they're arguing over the soup you know so Wesley try to stop this okay what is this phone I mean honestly this is what the Democratic Party has they've got these three guys who are like the guys in the opera box and you know the Muppets those two old guys were they called who in Waldorf yes Statler and Waldorf yeah I don't know those guys and they are the date but they look like those guys they're they're they're Hey there bacon food out of their teeth in their hacking up stuff and and they're thinking about soup well there's standing there on stage Bloomberg is there's the thing it's the old Kurt Vonnegut monkey house line all right the same man to an insane society must appear insane so the most sane person there's probably and I disagree with about almost everything is probably Michael Bloomberg but he you know the same men turn insane society most parents say he was the biggest loser last night and his problem is he's not crazy enough and that's that's true he's not crazy enough for this field of Democrats are for days today's Democrat party slash media what's the difference but he dutifully took his beating he barely flinched and I guess that's what he's supposed to do Byton wandering the parking lots looking for his car it but it's a motorcade Mr vice president Hey if you're I mean honestly it had make up on I only want to talk about but it was not to not high quality stuff he wasn't looking good Elizabeth Warren is as bad as can I just say she's just she's wailing or what is what that they're like five year olds with their eyes bugging other reason your body's extending around raising their shoulders up and trying to stretch themselves through the ceiling like five year olds in the classroom trying to get Michigan's attention because they know the answer Michigan was my favorite third grade teacher at lie in school and and their son and I had a question and and and and it really does not raise your child jobs he called me and I was like I mean are you people impaired and that's a rhetorical question because of course there and and and I'm sure I'm thinking you know what normal people do my normal person like a bluebird comparatively normal is fifty five billion dollars and that was his me sixty five billion dollars and and it kind of you look at the moderators when you make eye contact you raise your hand to shoulder level with two fingers extended they acknowledge you with a little blank of the islands and then you return your hands to the podium like a normal person and then you expect that they'll call on your next but these people with their about you you're you're nuts you people are crazy what is there's bad your heavens Baz attacks over here off their meds isn't everything's going to be very tags just rich people didn't build that and they don't deserve that because about successful people are killed don't you hate success god I had a strong economy I hate prosperity you didn't build that they're asking about I think chunk as of last night you deserve all that money I earned it I work very hard for.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on KCRW

"And Elizabeth Warren appear to be the top vote getters and I was democratic caucuses that's with sixty two percent of precincts counted the final tally is still unknown meanwhile the company behind the out blame for delaying last night's results is apologizing for its role in the to Bakul NPR's Janin von reports I was Democratic Party said the app would let it get caucus results out more quickly instead it caused major delays in reporting the first votes and the democratic presidential primary process August organizer's reported problems logging into the apt and submitting results the company that made the apps shadow ink apologized in a series of tweets it says data from the caucus states were collected accurately but it ran into problems transmitting the information to the party shadows as it is corrected the underlying issue state records show the Iowa Democratic Party paid shadow sixty three thousand dollars for its work Shannon bond and pianist one day before the Senate is likely to acquit the impeached president Democrats are preparing to deliver their response to president trump's third state of the union address tonight the economy is expected to take center stage in pairs winter Johnson tells us Michigan governor Gretchen Witmer has been tapped to give the democratic rebuttal governor Witmer says she'll focus on issues that matter it not only to voters in Michigan but to all Americans in a statement she highlights some of the party's top priorities including plans to improve education infrastructure and healthcare coverage democratic congresswoman Veronica Escobar will deliver the Spanish language response from her hometown of el Paso Texas the site of the deadliest attack on Latinos in modern US history NPR's Windsor Johnston the state of the union address is set for nine PM eastern time stocks finished higher on Wall Street banks and tech companies led a broad rally the Dow added four hundred seven points this is NPR Walgreens is agreeing to pay more than seven million dollars to settle a lawsuit involving an unlicensed pharmacist as I was willfully of member station KQED tells us the fake pharmacists handed out more than seven hundred fifty thousand prescriptions in the San Francisco Bay Area prosecutors into northern California counties filed the suit after they learned Kim Tian leave filled prescriptions at Walgreens without a valid license for over a decade including more than a hundred thousand for opioids like Sentinel morphine and codeine the lawsuit claims Walgreens failed to vet Lee thoroughly she was fired in twenty seventeen Walgreens says it has since verified all of its pharmacists nationwide have licenses for NPR news I'm Alice will flee in San Francisco a new study shows almonds may have fewer calories than previously believed the lower counts are based on studies where researchers gave folks meals with and without almonds the studies were partly funded by the Allman industry to more accurately assess how much of the not Sir actually digested they say the difference of twenty or thirty calories could sway consumer decisions at grocery stores Khan says it's lowering the calorie counts on that snack bars based on those studies stocks finished higher on Wall Street today banks in tech companies led a broad rally as the tech heavy nasdaq hit a record high in fact it was up one hundred ninety four points more than two.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Welcome back Elizabeth Warren is saying something that I think is absolutely fascinating is she's said this in the past but it just like got real for me I didn't I didn't I didn't there was a piece of it that I didn't understand and I'm assuming that this is not new immersive Hagens is writing about it over daily kos right now but I think that this is a a lot of the war's been saying this for some time but I didn't get it what she's saying is that on day one of her presidency she will cancel student loan debt and she won't need Congress to do it courting Elizabeth Warren is one smart lady the Korean Elizabeth Warren the under the under a law called the higher Education Act the secretary of education has the power to modify student loans to wipe them out to raise interest rates to lower the interest rates to to to make them go away whatever and it's kind of a loophole in the law and she fully intends to step into that loophole she said I'll direct the secretary of education is on day one to use their authority to begin to compromise and modify federal student loans consistent with my plan to cancel up to fifty thousand dollars in debt for ninety five percent of student loan dot borrowers about forty two million people I think it all up to this point when when she and Bernie of said you know no more student debt people saw you right into that well I apparently it's.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Daily

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Daily

"Do you ever wonder senator if the things that make you such a potent communicator and storyteller and have earned you a significant base of support. Made you a front runner in the Democratic primary that that that might make it harder to actually solve the problems. You've been so nimble at diagnosing and that you've devoted so much of your career to studying all the way back to the eighty s and ninety S. No word alienating. No actually I don't and I'll tell you why cause your vision is very uncompromising to the question becomes are you on compromising look the Consumer Agency for example. Did we get everything. We wanted the consumer agency. No I can compromise. When it's the right thing to compromise? You know what I think. A lot of folks are talking about Anissa Nisa when you ask this question about kind of get along notion. It's how much are you going to yield to the corruption in the system the people who are handing out all campaign contributions and they've got all the lobbyists and they've got the bought and paid for experts whose voices they lift up and they give money to the think tanks cuss they liked. Wipe the system. How it works? And when they can't fight back on substance to go after the Messenger and they say oh well you to uncompromising well yeah if the question is do I think that Washington should be making policy policy based on a revolving door with wall. Street I yeah. I don't think it ought to be doing that. And we built a really great economy automomy for decades in which that didn't happen. What I'm asking for I believe is ultimately quite reasonable? The system has been broken for decades Donald Trump has just accelerated and now we see it big time that that means very much like following the crash of two thousand eight. The door for real change has opened a crack. Now now we could just say we WANNA go back to business as usual the way it was before Donald Trump came along. But not me. I see the door open to crack just like dead it following the financial crisis that it was hard to get through that door for you. It's not about me. Put Down your shoulder and hit as hard as you can at that door. Open it up up and make the changes. We need to make a country so the big question is if Elizabeth Warren is president. How hard you really going to lean into that door to try to crack it open? You know how much she gonNA stick with this. Principle based view issued a need help from the other side and issue willing to alienate. Not just the other side but our own allies in the name of principal. She's always been fighting as the outsider. And what happens. Once you become the insider doesn't uncompromising vision work for a president it's it's not about compromising compromising I think that's just not the key point here it's about having a vision about who you want to work for and then you make decisions as you go along their time time to compromise but you don't start out by saying you know what people are going to pose this so let's just start asking for only two percent that's just not the way to go about it. You lay out the vision and say that's where I'm going ahead in this because this is what I believe in. I believe in what we can do together. I believe in the America we can bill but we've got to have a vision for for that. It can't all be about just you know. Let's let's do slight changes because understand this. Republicans are going to fight us on slight changes ages. So if you're going to be a fight mega defy worth having an make a fight that will inspire millions of people to join. Thanks you bet. I think she signal here. The understands that being president is different from being an advocate pushing from the outside but if a brand fundamentally is to be be uncompromising if that is the brand the brand is to be principled. It's the thing that got her that public following in the first place even when she knew it was gonNA alienate her from some of the people. Closest you're what happens if she becomes president and she feels.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Daily

"I want to understand how you end up on that set. How do you become an authority on the US financial system? Where does that the interest really begin? So I grew up in a family that was hanging onto its place in the middle class by its fingernails els and always wanted to be a teacher start out as a public schoolteacher. I taught special education. I ended up going to law school. All practise law for about forty five minutes and then ended up right back in teaching so I teach contract law commercial corporate finance partnership finance bankruptcy horsey law debtor creditor law economics. That was about money. I was teaching in a question. That always was the center of what I did. Is What's happening to America's working families. Why is America's middle-class being hollowed out so piece at a time climb with this pulls me into his first studying? The families themselves that they're going up. Why were bankruptcy rates in the eighties? Going up and up and up. So during this period personal bankruptcies are skyrocketing people take it on way too much dead in fact individuals are going to personal bankruptcy court and asking for the equivalent of loan forgiveness to get back to zero and Elizabeth. Warren is fascinated need Bhai this phenomenon and what's driving it and where he came from and you know at this point. She's a registered Republican. I think so at this time. I've been registered independent registered Republican. And so she's going into this research project. She's making some assumptions that follow those politics so when I first started the research surge now this is before I quite all the pieces I thought Oh. My family was in a lot of financial trouble but we never declared bankruptcy courtesy so I was willing initially to kind of accept this notion that the people who ended up bankrupt up to people who end up pro did something wrong they are the prophets. Were the ones who went to the mall. And hooped it all off and they tried to buy a house possibly afford and four cars and then then it all came piling in on them and they took the easy way out and went bankruptcy and so she gets on a plane lane and literally start traveling the country and visiting bankruptcy courts. And I'm really thinking. Yeah I'M GONNA go check out these. The people who have carelessly run up debts and now they're coming to the court to be able to wash away these debts in a very generous bankruptcy program and is in court. I remember this in San Antonio Texas and a lot of courtrooms. They're quiet. They're often sort of dark and up at the front is a judge on a raised platform behind a heavy V imposing desk. And I'm sitting in the back and I watched the people who come in and they're the trust for church you can just tell. They've got on their finest there. Men and women who are clearly anxious must if the women are clutching tissues. Most people look just one step away from tears and as I sat there I started to think. Wait these are people. ooh who looked like my neighbors they look like folks in my family and they are so humiliated to be there. That was the part that hit me the hardest that it's easy for an economist to say. Oh bankruptcies great he'll yeah right you stand up and try to clearing publicly that you're you're a loser not just Out of money. You're in a hole. So deep that dead flat broke. Looks good to you. So you're realizing that your assumptions about who who is in trouble financially. Who goes bankrupt just wrong? There are many of them are solidly middle class. People who got good educations bought homes had families and then a serious medical problem a job loss divorce or death in the family and they were over a financial cliff and actually in ascending. It made me angry about it. That story of who those people are. It's one that was actively being pushed through the media actively being pushed by these bankers who put out Oh bought and paid for study to say people enrich themselves through bankruptcy as often as the law allows no the the committee will come to order so as this is happening. Washington is considering reforming the personal bankruptcy process. This year one in every every one hundred households will declare bankruptcy in other words individuals are falling deeper and deeper into debt with less and less capacity to get themselves out and she's watching this all play out and she's seeing the credit card companies and the big banks lobbying not to make it easier here for individuals to get out of debt actually make it harder. Federal Bankruptcy law is probably too liberal. It's grossly too liberal. And if you WANNA know how liberal it is compared with all the bankruptcy laws of western Europe and you'll see the ours is a kindergarten system compared to a very severe system over there air and so between her research and watching. What's happening in DC? I think it's It's too easy to go bankrupt. And it's too tempting. She decides I did not only not a personal responsibility story. It's actually something much more. Systemic it's a system that she sees as being designed designed to prey on people who rely on credit cards. It's the insurance companies that don't cover what you think they cover. It's the mortgage agreements with intentionally confusing. Fine print it's the whole system set up in a way that if you're not rich you're extremely vulnerable and on top of that. It's a system that she sees. He's as being put in place and paid for by the big banks themselves. It's so wrong and there's not a bunch of anybody out there the fight for these families. What happens to Elizabeth Warren in this moment is pretty remarkable? She changes her party affiliation from Republican to Democrat. She she changes stripes midlife and boy. That's how I got in a fight.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Daily

"My name's Jason Ross. And in the spring of two thousand nine I was a writer at the daily show with John Stewart and we had a big problem because we we had to make comedy about the financial crisis and that was hard much harder than writing jokes about something horrible like the Iraq war. Everybody understands war for nobody understood the financial crisis. It didn't help that we couldn't even trust the experts because they're the ones who got us into this in two thousand nine. Nobody had any credibility ability. The media didn't have credibility because they let it happen under their watch. Wall Street didn't have credibility they created it. Washington was creating something called a money bazooka so they didn't and have any credibility with us so we were kind of in a bind with some of these guests because we didn't trust them one hundred percent but we also didn't have the expertise to challenge them with much credibility so we had some limited options and it was always a lot of work but on April fifteenth. Two thousand nine. We had a guest coming on. Who would really give the goods? I thought what am I doing here. This is a really bad idea from the New York Times. I'm Michael Borrow. This is the daily hard three in our series on pivotal moments in the lives of the top four Democratic candidates for President Today Elizabeth Warren It's Friday December thirteenth Senator Erica we. Where do you want me right there? Yeah there's your hot water got so thank you for making time for us. I'm delighted to be here. Let's just jump in my colleague Andrew. Ross Sorkin so financial columnist at the time WHO's written a lot about your career told me about what feels like a turning point moment for you back in April of two thousand nine so that's where I want to start this conversation. Listen it's the height of the financial crisis and you get a call from the daily show with Jon Stewart. What do you remember thinking when you got that call really really I mean here I am doing this really wonky? Work as the financial markets Are In free fall. The question every day is whether the banks can survive. Millions of families are facing foreclosure. People have lost their jobs. Pension funds have gone down. And I have this little panel the Congressional Oversight Panel that what is supposed to bring some accountability to the system and I'm fighting the Treasury Department every day the Federal Reserve every day. And just try to talk about what's happening and frankly since there's no official legal power for that little oversight panel handle to try to get more people engaged so we can put some pressure on them to get some accountability in. What's going on list taxpayer? Money and with these big banks and with the bailout following the crash this seven hundred billion dollars that Congress had authorized authorized and when John Stewart called. I thought wow I could talk to a whole lot of people who otherwise otherwise might not be watching this and be able to talk about what's going on and start to put it in some context because it's not only think about where it is at that moment it's about the crash and arresting the free fall and trying to save the economy but it's also about understanding what went wrong so we do the right thing next in terms of how we changed the rules and regulations Around Wall Street and financial matters. So you see. This is a big opportunity to explain what is going on right to people. That's my first response and then and then I actually show up in New York to do the Jon Stewart Stewart. Show and I've been watching it for a long time. And frankly taken real delight in watching Jon Stewart skewer one guest after another me and all of a sudden it's like realizing Whoa I may be the Turkey at this Thanksgiving dinner. So so the closer I get to going on the more anxious like that and they put you back in this little tiny tiny hiney green were right where they have some food out and some drink salad and I sat there. It could hear through the walls. They're warming up the crowd and I thought what am I doing here. This is this is a really bad idea and go in the bathroom and threw up. Yeah and I thought I may look stupid and more importantly I make the work look stupid so once you kind of clean yourself. And that's what I had to do. I don't remember standing of its tiny little sake and washing my mouth you with my hand and putting cold water all my Chin and looking up look at myself in the mirror and thinking you think anyone can tell you just I grew up so once you get out on. How does it go? It's worse I thought I thought tonight. Eight professor of law at Harvard University. I'm standing behind this big heavy curtain and then Pune weeklies walking on the show Elizabeth Warren into them on stage and all of it is new to me. Welcome welcome to the show you are. You are the head of the Congressional Oversight Panel on this. This relief effort the money that is being funneled funneled to these companies. How much money has been sent to them? And what have these companies done with it. Well we think it's about five hundred ninety billion dollars and he just starts hampering me with questions I mean. He's a smart and thoughtful. Are you confident that the right thing to do was to hand over billions of dollars to these companies. Do you believe that this is going to work. Do you think this was the right thing to do. Are we already behind the eight ball. We started this process. When Secretary Paulson basically said here's three hundred and fifty billion dollars to the financial institutions? And he did it on. He's asking me this he's asked Nazi was the money stolen. Is that why he didn't want any of it was no nothing is feeling coherent. Some of the money is now being committed to peep it. Are you about to curse. Is that an acronym. I'm not even GONNA try right on this one what what is stand for. I don't remember it's an investment my heart rate slowed down and I thought well that's it. I'll call the leader read tomorrow. Harry Reid the head of the Senate and resign politely for having so humiliated myself and the Congressional Oversight Panel and I will resign and he can put someone in who at least can remember the names. I've watched you did you choked. Yeah I choked I checked I. I choked big time. Never it's Public Private Investment Program. I'm sorry it just took me Matt Public Private Investment Program Pip Peop-. Yeah so anyway we finish up and like I'm ready to get out of his chair and the guy comes over to hustle me off because because you remember Jon Stewart's interviews to be one segment and that was it when the commercials come show through with the the guest and he's looking at me any said so. What would you have said about this crisis? And I told him in one sentence and he said okay. Stay and you were granted a television elevation reprieve. Well a reprieve for a second firing squad. I mean who knows a little bit. So why isn't the first thing we do is to say. No one will be allowed to be too big to fail okay. So what you're asking is if we can get this bus pulled out of the ditch the economy. What does the road road look like going forward because this really is the big question I told him about? What's gone wrong in America every ten to fifteen years? There's a financial a panic in our history. You just look at it and there's a big collapse. Big trouble people lose their farms wiped out until we hit the Great Depression. We come out of the Great Depression and you say you know we can do better in this. We don't have to go back to this kind of boom and bust cycle. We come out of the Great Depression with three regulations. We go fifty years without a financial panic without a crisis. Then what happens is say regulation at. It's a pain it's expensive. We don't need it so we start pulling the threads out of the regulatory fabric. And what's the first thing we get. We got the S. and L. Crisis. And what is our repeated response. We just keep pulling the threads out of the regulatory fabric so we have two choices. We're going to make a big decision. Asian probably over the next six months and the big decision. We're going to make is it's going to go one way or the other we're gonNA decide basically. Hey we don't need regulation you know it's fine bloom and bust boom and bust boom bust and good luck with your 401k. Or alternatively we're going to say you know we're GONNA put in some smart regulation. It's going to adapt to the fact that we have new products. And what we're going to have going forward is we're going to have some stability and some real prosperity for ordinary folks and that's socialism. That is the first time in probably six months to a a year that I felt better on something. I don't know what it is that you did right there but for a second that was like financial chicken soup for me. That was thank you. Aw actually put things in perspective and I really do appreciate.

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

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Yes meant meant to signify the forty-six president of the United States which Warren would be if she wins in two thousand twenty the Massachusetts senator addressed thousands from beneath the the parks massive marble arch. I want to give this speech right here not because of the arch behind me or who the square is named for we're not here because of men at all. Warren then recounted in graphic detail the horrors of the triangle shirt waist factory fire which took place a stone's throw from the park in nineteen eighteen eleven. It was the deadliest industrial disaster in the country's history. It claimed one hundred and forty-six lives many of them women who worked in the factory Warren laid blame at the feet of the factories bosses who as she put it greased state government to work in their favor and Working People paid the price Warren brought it back to to the present day in her speech telling those gathered that with any problem in America today one doesn't have to dig very deep to see the same system at work. Warren continued her page about the evils of corruption calling Donald Trump corruption in the flesh and said that such corruption needed to be rooted out Warren added of course that she has a plan for that side note to all of of this. I have covered Elizabeth Warren Centre Senate run in two thousand twelve when I was a reporter back in Massachusetts and have followed her townhall circuit closely ahead ahead of her presidential run. What struck me about Monday. Night's speech was just how well Warren held command of the crowd. She started off with graphic descriptions corruptions of the women who died in the shirt waist fire describing women's bodies piling up and blood running into the gutters. This crowd was very likely the largest that we've ever seen attendant Elizabeth Warren Event and this all took place in park in the middle of New York City yet despite that you could hear bugs chirping in the trees an aircraft worrying overhead as she spoke the crowd was that into it okay back to the campaign the first step to answering the question on whether or or not Warren can win in twenty twenty is for her and her campaign to show that they can build and maintain a following the size scale and spectacle of Monday night's rally was meant to send exactly that message which brings us to the Point Elizabeth Warren's New York City rally was all designed to send end message about the strength and potency of her campaign and from my vantage point in the park she made that point loud and clear and that is the point point for September seventeenth two thousand nineteen. Thank you for listening for more updates throughout the week including our Sunday night campaign edition subscribe to the point newsletter at CNN dot com slash the point. 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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"A hundred thousand people in their county, you see three additional payments one year and the deaths are eighteen percent higher the year afterwards that the impact of these kind of seemingly small payments at turns out can be quite large. So I think when I look at this paper, there's two things that kind of stand out to me about it one is just the fact that we have this data, which we actually didn't decade ago. The reason that this is all public is a tiny part of the Affordable Care Act created this database where it is now required that these lunches be made public and filed with the government where you can actually go and look up any payment that your doctor took from drugmaker device maker propublica done a really nice job. Cleaning up the stadium making it searchable. So we wouldn't have even known this a decade ago. This is only because the Affordable Care Act mandated that this information be reported. The second is thinking should make us look a lot more critically at these transactions that are happening that that it, you know, not just for opiates, which is one place where you see this terrible increase in mortality, but really with any sort of product. I think it is easy for physicians to say, you know, it's just a sandwich. It's I'm a medical professional gone two years of training. I'm not going to be swayed by this. But I think this paper and some other research is pretty good evidence that it does seem to be doing something related to prescriber behavior. And you know, we might wanna think about policy solutions that are going to not just make this public. But perhaps make it a lot less possible for drug companies to keep bringing lunches into doctor offices to take a bit of an Elizabeth Warren, Ian view on this. I think what this paper does. And it's not a completely new DO by any means, and it's not an intuitive idea, but the drug companies are heavily complicit in the opioid crisis and one way in which complicit is aggressively marketing highly addictive drug to doctors, and and were possible even to doctors and through other means to to the public, and there can be a tendency to look at the opioid crisis. I think that compared to crises that have not primarily hit white communities. We have been quite compassionate in the way, our national narrative around opioid addiction has emerged, but it's still narrative of individual choice. Right. It's an era of it is more more gentle in the sense of oh people in very bad straits, and they lost their jobs, and you know, like, it's, you know, despair, and in these communities, and you know, they didn't see the future getting better for them. So it isn't you know, it hasn't been sort of a crime and fear and irresponsibility narrative, but it has been a personal. Narrative, and I think what one of the what these papers suggest is there's really a quite structural dimension to this individual people like for some combination of them are or sub sub group of them. They will get very very very dictate to these drugs. And what was happening is somebody was addicted to them to these drugs. They were getting prescribed these drugs by doctor and their doctor in many cases was prescribing these drugs at the behest of marketing from from Ceuta companies as the idea that what's happening is you have desperate out of work ex machinists in do Hampshire who are demanding opioids and on the one hand, they should have done that Bill on the other hand, you know, like we, you know, we should be compassionate to their situation. Like, no, it's certainly not just that we had a huge effort on the part of drug companies to get more opioids prescribed and individuals. Got these opioids prescribed probably thought they were quite safe and themselves addicted to opioids and some cases later on over. Dosing or having a family member over us from opioids. It's a very very sad story. And you know, it's another one of these things again to put on my my Elizabeth Warren hat where we we have not seen people call to account for it..

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"The largest global displacement cautious since I'm ready it I'm grant Gordon in the season. We're gonna focus on one of the most important issue shaping the displacement crisis. That's how the nature of wars changing. We will look at how technologies like drones cyberwarfare. And social media are changing the ways that conflict start and how they play out to season to displace now on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. All right. So Elizabeth Warren is running for president of the United States as you have probably heard part of a large field of Democrats other one of smaller number who has actually announced his out campaigning in Iowa. And if you if you know who Elizabeth Warren is probably know her as one of the most left-wing members of the Senate, sometimes a thorn in embark Obama side has been in the news lately. Wealth tax co-determination proposals stuff like that. Elizabeth Warren what you probably knows co-determination proposals. You know, her as as the word clouds as a left-wing, big ideas person. Yes, she has been an interesting evolution throughout her life. She came into electoral politics that relatively old age for United States Senator, and I sort of became a public intellectual about fifteen years ago with a book called the two income track which she'd been an AmEx. She'd been a professor at variety of law schools had made it to Harvard Law School was leading figure in bankruptcy law, but like normal people don't care about bankruptcy law. But she and her daughter tried to write a book for a popular audience that would speak to to a broad public about some political and policy issues also some personal issues. They followed this book up with a personal finance book, which is unusual. I don't know. You don't have a lot of presidents who personal finance bucks. I recently did a close we'd of their book the two income trap. And it's it's fascinating Rian. Just because you really see a politician who writes a book that isn't like a campaign book. Right. Like, this was a book book, they wanted to be interesting and sell copies and change people's minds, and it was not like designed to win a presidential election. And it's it's also interesting because what it says is kind of different from what Warren is campaigning on or even sort of mainstream democratic politics in part just because it was written awhile ago. And and the situation was different. But in part because you know, there's some I don't know people have different ideas when they're not like strictly party politicians. Right. Can you talk about the framework of the book? I mean because in four what she has. There is a really interesting diagnosis of why the American economy is changing. Yeah. That sort of ends up buttressing e you do good job. I think drawing out why the work on bankruptcy reform led to this diagnosis. Yeah. But but could you sort of start there with that big picture? So, you know, this race even hard to remember if you went around, but like back in the mid off the sort of conventional thing that you heard about America on the right? And also in the center was at the American middle class was doing really, well, this was before the great recession which made things actually look worse substantively. But there was an argument out there almost exclusively on the left which said wages have been stagnating for generation, and the argument you would hear from the right in the center was no no median household income is way way up. So that was like a big debate that was happening separately Warren is working in bankruptcy law. And there was this debate about why the bankruptcy rate had been rising and one important perspective. Was that the bankruptcy rate has been rising because bankruptcy laws too lax. And that consumers are just kinda like overspending, and then declaring bankruptcy to get out of their bills. And we need to tighten up the walls and the. Credit card industry, and some other actors were really pushing for this. They came close to getting done in the late Clinton administration fell short, then succeeded when Bush was president Warren in the realm of bankruptcy law was sort of the leading figure on the opposite side of this saying that liberal access to bankruptcy is an important part of the American economy, and that these rising bankruptcy rates did not reflect excessive profligacy, basically, tune them track..

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Hi, is it. So so good to see you. Great. So good to have you here. Okay. Hello. Welcome to another. The weeds on the box media podcast network method classiest here with Sarah cliff and Ezra Klein because I'm good staff. We've got a good white paper. We're going to dig into a fifteen year old book that is more relevant than ever. But we did want to note, Elizabeth Warren. Let's not bury the lead. Yeah. But that's that. There we go. Stick with us. Last Friday, we podcast it. We speculated a little bit about how the shutdown might end and then the shutdown ended. So we just wanted for Cardi completeness kind of wrap this up. I mean as you did a great piece about Nancy Pelosi. And how essentially, you know, this this brought some some vindication to her and had had you see that. So I talked to a little bit about this on the weeds us week, but before the shutdown before all this was going on Nancy Pelosi speakership, but was a little bit closely run thing not the vote, but within the democratic caucus. There's a real feeling that maybe her time had passed. Maybe she wasn't the right person for this era. She was too polarizing she was going to be a correct answer to Donald Trump Democrats made promised to be a transitional speaker, and then Nancy Pelosi delivered Trump his single most public political humiliation of his entire career. And she did it in a couple ways in and the reason I actually think is important the reason it really firmed up and. Her caucus. She made a couple of decisions here that other possible turn it is speakers wouldn't have made one which I think was the the real high risk decision in the whole play was to cancel state of the union was to defer it, and that was based on idea that Donald Trump is weak and would fold and she was right. A lot of politicians in Washington. Donald Trump is strong and will never back down and ANSI policy..

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"elizabeth warren" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth warren" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Gotta bring in to new listeners 'cause I just lost one. Over your love of parodies. Look, I had no control. I have to do these. Before you go to the next thing over there. Elizabeth Warren here always always ten minutes late. This Elizabeth Warren trying to get jump on to the latest fads member. The Facebook thing he's hunting. Buffalo was Instagram. She goes having the beer now Instagram was Instagram live. It was Instagram. Same place Beto had his teeth done. This is the future of presidential politics. But Elizabeth Warren you with me, Elizabeth Warren. She decided to try to get cool and do a parody. I stay cool everybody. Everybody's doing that shark song. Right. And you jumped on board. What up fan? It's your girl. Elizabeth warren. I'm gonna go. Get me beer. This track. His vote for me to vote for me for me to vote for me. Vote for me. Due to vote for me. For me to vote for me. For me to do. Elizabeth Warren has says says I think he's trying to act like the kids or something. Your fees could just see her do a rain dance was he was singing?.

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