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"emanuel" Discussed on WTOP
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The Officer Tatum Show
Brandon Reflects on the Power of God
"The most power that I've ever felt at a church was when I was at Emanuel grace apostolic church. And forget the denominational title. Don't worry about that. You can save that for another theological debate. But the power of God was in that church. And I believe it was because the pastor was unashamed and unafraid to preach the truth. And I didn't want to hear it all the time. When I left church on Sunday, I left church feeling empowered by what God could do and what God has done in my life and where I need to go. I never left church feeling like, oh, I got it all figured out. It's all good. I'm in the wrong. I'm on par with God. Every day I left church. I felt like, okay, but I do need to work on that. I do need to work on this and this and that. I want to do better. You know, it's almost like when you have a relationship with somebody. And most of y'all who are married know what I'm talking about. If you love your wife, now if y'all just married just for some other reason, I don't know, I don't know what to tell you. But if you love your wife, I'm always thinking of things in my mind like, how can I make my wife happy? How can I make her life easier? What do I need to do to be a better husband to keep becoming better every day?
The Dan Bongino Show
Emanuel Jones: Clarence Thomas 'Sold His Soul to the Slave Master'
"And this racist clown joke loser life zero This Democrat senator Emmanuel Jones in one of the most repulsive grotesque things I've seen for a long time Proceeds to go up and in his time on the Georgia state Senate floor Say this about clarence Thomas Place a statue of clarence Thomas on this grounds we can not avoid that conversation So I'm not going to vote it either In the black community we have an expression and I don't want to use this label to deeply hear because I'm just trying to tell you what we have in African American community When we talk about a person of color that goes back historically the days of slavery and that person betraying his own community we have a term in the black community That term that we use is called Uncle Tom And our cat Tom is a either fictional or non fictional character I don't really know the origin of Uncle Tom but it talks about a person who backed during the days of slavery Sold his soul to the slave masters Let's take a deep breath before we dive into this 5 foot plus tall pile of human waste
The Eric Metaxas Show
Alan Dershowitz on Modern-Day McCarthyism
"The privilege of speaking with the great Allen Dershowitz, his book is guilt by accusation, the challenge of proving innocence in the age of me too. You were saying Alan and thank you for letting me call you Alan. That people have publicly excoriated you, you mentioned Caroline Kennedy, whom I've also interviewed strangely. And I find it telling that those on the left in America today seem to be doing precisely what you referred to in the McCarthy era. It's never been so dramatic that people get emotional. They cease to think clearly, and then they feel that we must do anything we can do. Whatever we can do. And that's effectively how they're acting. In other words, they really check their brains at the door. They don't want to be thoughtful or measured. They think now is a time for scorched earth, and it's happening among your tribe and I don't mean the Hebrew tribe. I mean the left. They have been doing this for some time. Well, it's also happening among the Hebrew tribe. I was canceled by temple Emanuel. After the rabbi told me, I had spoken there every year for years and years filled the place up. He said, I absolutely believe you did nothing wrong, but I don't want trouble. I was canceled by the 92nd street. Why? I was canceled by the Romans high school. All saying, we don't believe a word of any of us. Wait a minute. What you just said? No, no, no. What you just said, we don't want trouble. You know and I know. That is how Hitler rose to power. Because Germans, just like the folks to whom you've referred, simply said, we don't want trouble, maybe we even know you're not guilty, but we don't want trouble. That to me is even more despicable than being in an unhinged lunatic like our former friend Larry David, because they know what's right and nonetheless are choosing not to stand up for principle or for someone they know innocent. That is to me the horror and at the center of what we're talking about. And that's why some of the leaders of the Jewish community have been among the worst villains of this modern mccarthyism. By the way, as they were during real McCartney.
"emanuel" Discussed on Liberty Station
"PAW MADE. Yeah, so I'll pause and I'll make a couple of comments here. So first, Ezekiel Emanuel, who was one of the architects behind ObamaCare. Wrote an article called why I hope to die at 75. And he and he lays out how it's better for society if we essentially have people die quickly and kill them quickly. So he already has the mind frame that he would like to set it up to where, you know, you get your life ended pretty quickly when you're near the end. And his he's a medical ethicist and his ethics are part of a murder cult when it comes to these things. He's the brother of rahm Emanuel. Rahm Emanuel was the mayor of Chicago and went to be, I believe it was the chief of staff, for the Obama administration. And he's the one that famously said, don't let a crisis go to waste. And so you see that when they passed ObamaCare, they sewed the seeds of a lot of these things in it. I'm one of the few people that actually read the 1900 page document because it was going to affect my business. And it was filled with all kinds of surprises in there that funnel, they put over the most heavily regulated industry already, they put on top of it more government regulation and it's for the purposes of control like this. So when COVID came along, they murdered and we do know this because we saw the governors like Cuomo and others spread COVID through these vulnerable populations of elderly folks. For the purposes of, okay, here's an opportunity for us to kill hundreds of thousands of people and get them off of our financial Dole. And we're witnessing a lot of these seeds are planted in this whole thing. I mean, it's all connected. You know, we have a massive death cult going on here in the United States. These people do want to see our population reduced. We're watching places like Canada, where euthanasia is now the number one cause of death. This is happening. This is a fight that we are all in right now, whether you want to be in it or not. I, of course, agree in the timing of this is quite interesting because if you go all the way back to January 27th of 2020, that's when the public health emergency was first introduced by president Trump. And so by law, they have to re up that public health emergency every 90 days.
Zeke Emanuel: Bring Back the Masks
"Zeke Emanuel remember Zeke Yeah he's a real anyway on MSNBC yesterday about China and the travel ban yet China's about to spread this pandemic a second time I know what communist China is doing everybody does Cut 17 go What measures do you think we should be taking against China And that is a fool that should have been retired a long time ago Andrea Mitchell Absolute clown Start from the top please go What measures do you think we should be taking against China Travel ban a negative test result What is it Is an effective way A travel ban isn't going to end the negative test results are just going to their delaying tactics They're trying to get us information They're not going to help Individually for your viewers Andrea the best thing they can do at the moment And I know a lot of them are resistant is masks N95 really high quality How many more times do we need scientists real scientists Real experts Surveys even now out of the government Let's say masks don't do anything How many more times ladies and gentlemen
The Generative AI Revolution in Games
"2 p.m. Thursday, November 17th, 2022. The generative AI revolution in games to understand how radically gaming is about to be transformed by generative AI, look no further than this recent Twitter post by Emanuel two M in this post he explores using stable diffusion during booth, popular 2D generative AI models, too. The post degenerative AI revolution in games appeared first on andreessen Horowitz.
AP News Radio
Perez's sac fly in 9th lifts Royals to win over Guardians
"Cleveland guardians closer Emanuel clause took the loss when the Kansas City Royals did all their scoring in the 9th in a two to one walk off victory It was a rare sight for guardians manager Terry Francona You know like proved he's human It's been a long time since something like that happened and he kind of tried to fight his way back but that's one nothing's a hard way to win Since June 1st clause was 24 for 24 and saved situations before the lost to the royals Designated hit her Salvador Perez drove in the winning run with a sacrifice fly Greg eckland Kansas City
Bloomberg Radio New York
"emanuel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All Japan's electorate has expanded the power of its current ruling coalition for that and more. Let's bring in Ed Baxter in San Francisco. Hey. All right, hey, vina, it is actually expanded in the upper house from 69 to at least 76. This LDP is a party that Shinzo Avi led for years and Bloomberg's Khanna nishizawa says his tragic assassination over the weekend while not affecting percentages. May have had some impact but not too significant extent. But the voter turnout though was a little bit higher than the 2019 upper house election and people were expecting it to be the lowest ever so it seems like more people than expected went to vote. And Connor says a flood of tributes to aave the day before the election may have played a part. At U.S. ambassador to Japan, rahm Emanuel says a gun violence has shaken the country. This is a nation that's an island and a lot of what ails other countries, it is immune and feels immune. It's a very trusting society. And so to have something like this is a total shock to the system. Emmanuel on ABC has heard here on Bloomberg says Abe was a visionary and had skills to get his ideas done. Sri Lanka is opposition parties are meeting on forming a new government after the president and prime minister agreed to step down this in the wake of protests taking over their homes. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says his meeting with China's foreign minister Wang Yi has enlarged part laid the groundwork and gotten it done for a meeting between president Xi and Biden within several weeks. He says to this point tariff rollbacks in Ukraine are on the table. U.S. president Joe Biden says the administration is looking into whether The White House has the authority to treat abortions as emergency procedures so that he can let them proceed. Being able access women's private information is so on. That we can work on that. But as president, I don't have the authority to say that we're going to, you know, state roe V wade as
Bloomberg Radio New York
"emanuel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Rioters shouting go to go home in the capital of Colombo where violent protests have been going on for months over that country's near economic collapse. Several have now occupied the residents of president go to Bayer Rajapaksa, who managed to escape Saturday when the crowd burst into the palace. For months, the country has been mired in acute shortages, including food, medicine, and fuel. The Sri Lankan prime minister's home had already been invaded and burned. The prime minister said yesterday he and the president of the country have agreed to step down on Wednesday. I'm Scott Carr. The wildfire in Yosemite National Park has grown to nearly 1600 acres fire officials say the wildfire is 0% contained and has grown more to the south. Over 500 Sequoia trees are threatened by the wildfire, including a 3000 year old tree called the grizzly giant. I'm Dina kodiak. The U.S. ambassador to Japan is calling the assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe a shock to the system. It's a shock. It's a shock around the world, but it's clearly a shock here in Japan. Appearing on ABC's this week ambassador rahm Emanuel said the unexpected slaying of one of the country's most influential political figures hasn't been totally absorbed into the society or politics, as the country's longest serving prime minister Abe was known for using economic reforms to bolster Japan's place on the world stage, Emmanuel also said the country's bubble of security has been pierced since Japan rarely sees gun violence. A new study suggests regular fasting may help reduce COVID-19 severity. Here's Scott Carr. Results of the study published in the BMJ medical journal for nutrition and health found people who practice regular fasting at least once a month showed lower hospitalizations and death from the virus. The study involved a group of over 200 patients who tested positive for COVID-19 prior to widely available vaccines. A co author of the study with Utah's intermountain healthcare said the potential benefits applied to both young and old people of any ethnicity. Guitar legend Carlos Santana is postponing his next 6 concert dates after he passed out on stage during a show earlier this week. Here's Brad Siegel. Santana, who is currently on his miraculous Supernatural 2022 tour with earth wind and fire, his postponing out of an abundance of caution for his health, according to his manager, a rep for the guitarist as his collapse, was due to heat exhaustion and dehydration during a show in Michigan, a Friday night show in Indiana was called off, and the next 5 shows, since Cincinnati Milwaukee, Rogers Arkansas and Dallas and woodlands, Texas, have been postponed. The mega millions jackpot now tops an estimated $440 million, no one's won the mega millions lottery since April and nobody matched all 6 numbers in Friday night's drawing either. The next drawing is Tuesday when a $2 ticket could be worth over $440 million a winner who takes the cash option will get a windfall of nearly $248 million. I'm Deena kodiak. And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. The lawsuits have begun. Here's Bloomberg. That's why Susanna a lot of lawyering up going on here. We're hearing that Twitter has hired merger law heavyweight wachtell Lipton Rosen and Katz, as it raises to sue Elon Musk for moving to dump that $44 billion takeover of Twitter. And our SARS also says Twitter aims to file suit early this coming week. Now Musk has brought in Quinn Emanuel urquhart and Sullivan. The firm led successful defense against a defamation claim back in 2019, and it's also representing him as part of an ongoing shareholder lawsuit over his failed attempt to take Tesla private in 2018. Susanna. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. It was the first full day of a new era for those who used the George Washington bridge from New Jersey to New York. If you don't have an easy pass, you don't have to stop and pay the toll and overhead camera will capture a photo of your driver's license and you will get a bill in the mail. The new system faces its first rush hour test tomorrow. Uber says it's a different company now. This in a statement reacting to leaked documents that show the lengths it went to, the lobbying of foreign government officials and the rules that ignored in efforts to expand between 2013 and 2017. The film producer behind the new Trump docu series says he's unsure former president Trump will run again. It's all about the brand. It's all about the word Trump. And the association of the word Trump to failure is something that he can't accept and his kids can't accept. Alex holder appeared on CBS's face the nation, holder didn't rule out the possibility or that the older Trump children would become involved in politics at some point. The three part docuseries titled unprecedented premiered exclusively on discovery plus today. 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 Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg
The Dan Bongino Show
Rep. Chip Roy: Nobody Is Pointing Fingers at the Uvalde Shooter
"Look let's first start with the people you value These are some of the best people I know It's a town that's just outside of the district I represent I work with them often We've had numerous meetings down there about the border situation they're dramatically impacted by the border These are just great people So obviously we've been thinking a lot about them working with others to try to help get them what they need food and resources But like what you're talking about here is what the left does It's the rahm Emanuel right Never let a good crisis go to waste They never will They never do This isn't about bleeding and their hearts are going out to people in your valley This is about wanting to use this crisis for a political action a political move And you said that about the police officers right And obviously you know law enforcement better than I do and better than most And one of the things that's driving me crazy here is how everybody just wants to rush out there and Monday morning quarterback judge Everything that went down Now look I don't love some of the things that I'm hearing out of some of the reports but we still don't know a lot of facts And everybody's rushing out there to point fingers at either the gun or point fingers at the cops the point that they don't want to point fingers at the
The Eric Metaxas Show
The Virus Was a Pretext for the Nullification of the US Constitution
"Before this happened before virus patients were dumped like typhoid Mary into nursing homes in Democrat state after Democrats state of the Democrat state. Before that happened, Biden announced his main adviser and coronavirus was Ezekiel Emanuel, who had written that nobody should live past age 70 and to make that happen, you shouldn't even give lifesaving medications to patients over 70. So you got an advocate of euthanasia for the elderly as Biden's main adviser during coronavirus. At the same time that the Democrats in state after state after state dumped coronavirus Mary in nursing homes inflating their death statistics justifying the closure of churches, the state of emergency that forbade political meetings, remember Gretchen Whitmer was denounced by her state Supreme Court for violating the constitution of Michigan. She should be removed from office and then criminally charged for that. She won't be. Andrew Cuomo was using this coronavirus state of emergency in New York to justify seizing guns to justify nullifying the Second Amendment. He said the state of emergency caused by the virus gave him the power to suspend what remaining gun rights exist in New York State. So what we're seeing is the China virus was a pretext for the nullification of the constitution and the Democrats pushed as far as they could in as many places as they could. They didn't try to lock down of the kind we see now in Shanghai, where people are being padlocked in their homes to starve. But the only reason we're not seeing that is because they couldn't get away with it.
AP News Radio
Sochan and shorthanded No. 7 Baylor get past TCU 72-62
"Seven Frank Taylor had five players score in double figures in the seventy two sixty two win over TCU Jeremy so had matched his season high with seventeen points and Matthew Mayer added sixteen for the bears who led by twenty one with five minutes remaining the defending champs were without guard Adam Flagler in LJ Cryer Cryer had played only one game since missing five in a row Kendall brown had thirteen points and James king Jo O. eleven for the bears or twenty two and five overall ten for the big twelve Emanuel Miller and Michael Peevey had sixteen points apiece for TCU I'm the ferry
The Dan Bongino Show
Julie Kelly Previews New Book 'January 6'
"So let's get the title of the book You can get it wherever you purchase your books It's called January 6th how the Democrats use the capital protests to launch a war on terror on the political right That pretty much sums it up Julie Tell us about the book and does this emulate the rahm Emanuel I'll never let a crisis go to waste strategy by the left Well I'll take it a step further It is how to create a crisis to then take advantage of it over your political opponents And what I suggest in my book Dan is that most of what we saw on January 6th was an insight operation that Nancy Pelosi and muriel Bowser left the capitol intentionally unsecure that day that there were FBI informants and agents months before January 6th with infiltrated some of these alleged militia groups And that capitol police let protesters into the building on several occasions and a lot of the confrontations we saw between protesters and police were actually initiated by D.C. metro and capitol police So a lot of people what we saw that day doesn't match up to the reality of what happened behind the scenes both before and on January
The Charlie Kirk Show
January 6th Created a Window to Empower the Worst Characters of U.S. Government
"Saying that what happened on January 6th is anywhere in the orbit. Of the catastrophe, a World War I World War II. However, that is what Kamala Harris and Biden are saying. We'll get to that in a minute. Because if you look at January 6th where one year later, it created this opening and created a window for the worst characters and darkest corners of our government and our ruling class to be empowered and to be given a platform. A created this opening where all of a sudden all the ideas were on the table. Now in certain conservative circles, it's rather cliche to say this, but it amazes me despite how many times people say it still people don't remember it. Tiny dancer, the first chief of staff to Barack Hussein Obama, rahm Emanuel, the 5 foot 5 ballerina failed mayor of Chicago. He had a famous saying when Obama became president. Which he said, never let a crisis go to waste. Never allow something falling apart to not turn into something bigger. And not allowing a crisis to go to waste is precisely how we got the new deal. It's also how we got Lyndon baines Johnson of the great society. The great society program passed by Lyndon baines Johnson, a bitter southern racist. Was passed because no one would dare oppose Kennedy's vice president's legislative agenda after the nation was mourning Kennedy. Linda Benes Johnson saw his opportunity went for it. After Kennedy was shot what 1963, is that right? 1963 was shot. Baines Johnson took over. And changed the entire. Way inner city's operating, basically destroyed the black family. It was the it was the destruction of the black families act by Lenin Johnson. So what change do the Democrats want post January 6? What
WNYC 93.9 FM
"emanuel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The army of statues across the American south thinned out this year These are monuments honoring leaders or soldiers of the southern rebellion of the 1860s Most went up in later times as a public defense of racial segregation The 21st century question is not really whether to remember history but how NPR's debi Elliott reports More than 50 tributes to the confederacy were removed relocated or renamed in 2021 according to an ongoing tally from the whose heritage project at the southern poverty law center They were monuments they were schools They were road which we saw a lot of schools changed their names which I think is quite significant Lisa Brooks is chief of staff at the SPLC Because no student should have to go to school in a place that's named after a former enslaver She points to Jacksonville Florida where citizens push to change the names of 6 public schools including Robert E. Lee high school named for the confederate general But Brooke says some 2000 memorials remain mostly in the south They're continuous symbols of white supremacy The whose heritage project started keeping count after the 2015 massacre at Emanuel AME church in Charleston South Carolina At the time images of the man who killed 9 worshipers posing with a confederate flag prompted South Carolina and Alabama to remove the flag from state capitol grounds Walmart and other retailers quit selling confederate merchandise Brooke says two years later there was another spike in doing away with confederate symbols after the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville Virginia And then last year when the memorials became a flashpoint after the police killing of George Floyd It felt to me like people put together all the pieces and were able to identify that as being foundational to white supremacy It's like people understood it And it was a tangible thing they could point to as being anti black racism Early this year Mississippi began flying a new state flag featuring a Magnolia blossom instead of the confederate battle emblem In Washington D.C. the House of Representatives voted to remove all confederate statues from public display at the U.S. capitol and Virginia the state with the most confederate monuments led the way in taking them down.
The Breakdown with Shaun King
"emanuel" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"You ask Democrats and independence, I'm not talking about Republicans. If they are happy with the democratic Senate, democratic Congress, if they're happy with Joe Biden, you get horrible numbers. And here's the bottom line and I'll talk about this at another date. Joe Biden, again, this is widely accepted. Was put into office by the near unanimous support of black voters. 90 to 95% of all African Americans voted for Joe Biden, and here we are. Not only without a voting rights bill, not only without really anything of substance on police violence, but here they are pushing through a man who covered up police violence. That's all I have the energy to say I feel a vein bulging in my forehead right now. Incredibly frustrating. It's like shit. We can do. Here's the thing. Rom would not have been approved with Republicans. Like he's not a loyal Democrat in the sense that he's out here fighting for the things we care about. It's not doing that. This man is a, what we call a vulgar careerist. He's in this for himself. Always has been always will be? He's not fighting for everyday people. He's not standing against the things that we need people to stand up against. He did this because he wants to still be in power, rahm Emanuel. And shame on Joe Biden and shame on the Democrats in the Senate for approving him. Take care everybody. Break it down with a break. But the break the break right now. I'm Tiffany Hawkins. I'm Alan boomer. And we are the momentum advisers every single week we talk about wealth management, personal finance, and entrepreneurship. We are financial advisers by day, where entrepreneurs by night. We're building wealth for ourselves and we want to make sure that you understand how to build wealth in your own family. Tune in for shows like is your money racist, retirement savings, investment one O one, we literally run the gamut on all the things that you need to know about financial wealth, creating a legacy for your family can really just wealth creation as a whole. What we find is that these conversations are happening, but they're not happening as much as they need to in diverse communities. And so we're bringing a new voice, a new amount of energy, and we want you to tune in. So we bring the tips, we bring the strategy, and we always bring the good news. So make sure you tune in every week to the momentum advisers, there's something for everyone..
The Breakdown with Shaun King
"emanuel" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"Time is somewhat different in the COVID era, and you may not remember. The brutal, brutal police shooting, of a teenage boy in Chicago, named Laquan McDonald. He really needed medical attention more than anything else, and finally the officer who shot and killed Laquan was eventually arrested and charged and convicted. Of the shooting death of Laquan McDonald, who again really just needed medical and mental health support, not any form of violence from police who were never in harm's way, and a jury decided this very thing. All of that was done in spite of Chicago's mayor rahm Emanuel. Who went out of his way to conceal evidence to hide body camera footage and to make sure that the police officers who not only killed Laquan McDonald, but helped cover it up to make sure that they were never held accountable. When this was discovered. Not only in Chicago but around the country. There was widespread disgust and disdain, frustration and anger at the role then Chicago mayor rahm Emanuel played in all of it. It's infuriating, it's immoral, it could be illegal. I won't even get into the fact. That rom went out of his way to cut budgets of schools to close schools to do so much more that made life hard for everyday people in Chicago. I just want to hone in on the fact. That a teenage boy who needed help was murdered by police. And the mayor of Chicago, rahm Emanuel, went out of his way, deliberately. Intently. To help cover it up. When you can, Google the words, Laquan McDonald, rahm Emanuel cover up. You don't have to take my word for it. This isn't a conspiracy theory. This isn't a fringe conclusion. This is mainstream. Google the words the Quan McDonald rahm Emanuel cover up, and you will see articles all over the country from mainstream news sources and there were politicians all over the country, particularly when they were running for office, mind you. Who spoke out on how deplorable how ugly it was that rahm Emanuel did that, apparently for political gain. Because he knew it would impact his reelection his position as mayor, and so he tried to cover it up for as long as he could until he was reelected. And then it all came out. And so just think about that. Just for a moment, put yourself in the shoes of a family whose loved one was murdered by police, and then you learned that the mayor had oversight of critical evidence. That the mayor covered up for their own political gain, put yourself in that position. It was infuriating. When the Joe Biden White House nominated rahm Emanuel for this ambassadorship, before Joe Biden took office, it was said again from mainstream news sources that rom was hoping to be appointed into some high capacity position in The White House. But because of his role in this coverup, it basically made him untouchable. And the conclusion at that time was that rom was out. And listen, you don't owe him anything, like he doesn't deserve anything. This man is independently wealthy can get a job as a consultant, which is what he's doing now. He does not need this position. His family is super rich. He doesn't need it. Okay, it's not his. Like there is not a position waiting for him. So instead of simply moving on and actually appointing somebody who's qualified to be the ambassador to Japan, instead of not giving rom any position, he was nominated for this position of ambassador to Japan. Still, as a member of the Joe Biden administration. And it was infuriating. To see him nominated. But in the middle of the night, right before the Christmas holiday. Democrats in the Senate gathered together under the urge of the Biden White House, and approved rahm Emanuel. And there were only three Democrats that actually voted against rom. And I'm going to give you those names now. You know, I am grateful that Elizabeth Warren voted against his nomination. It matters. So I'm deeply grateful to see her vote against rom. She in running for president has so many smart people teaching her about police violence and the impact of it in addition to Elizabeth Warren, senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts voted against rom and senator Jeff merkley of Washington state voted against rom, Bernie and about 25 other senators if my math is correct. We're not even in town and did not vote at all. So the only Democrats who voted against it were Elizabeth Warren, Ed Markey and Jeff merkley. What is shocking? Not just because they are black. But what was shocking was that Cory Booker, who I know and senator Raphael Warnock, who I know, and I have known Raphael Warnock since I was literally a teenage student at morehouse college, going back 20 plus years. I have known him since long before he was in the United States Senate, and I have known Cory Booker personally for years. I have met him and spoke with him and been on panels and at events with him. I know his team and his staff saying for Rafael Warnock. To see the two of them who position themselves in huge parts as men who care about civil rights and social justice. To see them confirm rahm Emanuel was deeply discouraging. When there were a lot of people that I was deeply discouraged that they voted for wrong. With seeing Cory Booker and Raphael Warnock, go ahead and vote for him. Deeply discouraging. And, you know, I called them out on Instagram this past weekend. People said, listen, how can you call them out when we're in such difficult times? Excuse my language parents. And school teachers fuck that. We're in difficult times. What's that have to do? With them literally putting a man in a administration who covered up police violence. It's infuriating. I don't care how hard the time is. Like that's my role is not to shut up and be quiet. I'm not the quiet type in general. But to see these two men and dozens of their democratic colleagues vote for rahm Emanuel, aha man. It's an easy no vote. Everybody would understand. And clearly they didn't care. Chuck Schumer passed it through and, you know, it's extremely frustrating. But here we are. And you wonder why. If.
"emanuel" Discussed on Blindfold Chess
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AP News Radio
South Carolina's Confederate monument protection law upheld
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting south Carolina's Confederate monument protection law has been upheld the South Carolina Supreme Court has upheld the legality of the state law that prevents moving a Confederate monument or changing the historical name of the street or building without the legislature's approval but the justices struck down a requirement that two thirds of the General Assembly must approve a move or name change the ruling keeps the state's heritage act in place heritage act was passed in two thousand as part of a compromise to remove the Confederate flag from atop the South Carolina statehouse dome the rebel flag was moved to a poll on the capitol lawn but it was removed in twenty fifteen after nine black church members were killed in a racist shooting at Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston hi Mike Rossio
KNBR The Sports Leader
"emanuel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"For the Niners today. That list includes Jalen Hurd, Given Ken Law Emanuel Mosley and Kevin Givens. Let's tell you who did practice today. Trey Lance practice or is currently practicing. In a limited fashion, but there is a video good video out there. So I'm our good friend Matt. Morocco's Twitter accounts are can be our insider that trey lance spinning footballs. Spinning them well. So Trey Lance, that finger no splint that had the microfracture in it. He's able to practice today in a limited fashion. What does that mean? I don't know. But who did practice today fully? Know what that means. They practice their ass off. The list includes Brandon Aiyuk, who's dealing with a hamstring issue. Aaron Banks Nick Bosa. D Ford. Full participation in today's practice. Drake Greenlaw and Jason Verrett. So there you go. You are in the know as far as the Niners. First practice in advance of their first game of the season, coming up on Sunday against the Detroit Lions, seven o'clock In the A. M. The pre game starts on 8 10. Is it on 18? Tim? It's on kgo on kgo. So plan your morning accordingly. Seven a.m. wake up, be there with Larry and John and Dennis and and Tim. You're not gonna do that, Are you? Yeah, That's right. Greg Cosell joining us. Please stick around for that Just sucks. Yeah, Correct. Cosell, senior producer NFL films, part of the NFL matchup show on ESPN. Her first conversation of this rapidly approaching NFL regular season with the Football. Knowledgeable one. You're listening to the Tolbert Kruger in Brooks Show Growlers crawlers and cask. So am I. It's Tolbert, Kruger and Brooks on K NPR one..
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Dylann Roof Seeks Rehearing on Church Shooting Conviction
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Dylan roof seeks a re hearing on his church shooting conviction lawyers for dylann roof filed the petition Wednesday challenging the fourth US circuit court of appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the twenty fifteen racist slayings of nine members of mother Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston South Carolina attorneys for roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roof's conviction and sentence last month in twenty seventeen roof became the first defendant did the United States sentenced to death for federal hate crime groups attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing hi Mike Rossio
Monocle 24: The Menu
"emanuel" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Hello and welcome to food. Neighborhoods on monaco. Twenty four marcus hippie. We continue this series with more recipes from some of the world's best chefs and bartenders. This week where off too poor to to hear a recipe for a simple starter from immature susa. One of the city's best culinary talents. I'm emmanuel soza chef based in to and co author of the book the down house kitchen the daily brunch with my sister patricia. So's we own down. Townhouse boutique hotel in bordeaux and early farm-to-table seasonal restaurant in the bar. That our district and i'm here to introduce you to one of the recipes. Free lean by word in the book. The recipe that i'm bringing today is a mix of summer products so it's fix with sugar snap peas and runner beans and it's basically three ingredients that makes in a short period of time in summer so it kind of like to combine them in july to august and it reminds me of course summers in my grandmother's house where there was a huge victory and i was always trying to catch the most ripped fake of them all with my grandfather. So you bic bunch of runner beans and sugars that bees and you cut them lengthwise very thinly. You boil for a brief period of time a minute or so. The runner beans and then you cool them to room temperature. You mix everything roasted garlic salt pepper. Good extra-virgin olive oil and a bit of lime lemon or even cider vinegar and you let them marinate for a while. This is basically kind of like summer meals in portugal. And then you grab one of the rapists fixed that you can find and cut them quarters. You've put them over the salad and then you just put a splash off freshly grated nutmeg. On top and you have this kind of like warm nutty flavor over the sweetness of rip fixed if you find one of the true treasures off our guard which is kind of like dried fix just kind of like cut them very thinly and put it over the salad. The extra sweetness of the dried fix will be very good point on the ballot. Figs are always sweet but they are different varieties as an inverted flower. That blossoms for the inside you can have these black mission which the velvet blue ones or as we call them being the mail which are kind of like the variety that we have in portugal into south of portugal and you have also failed greens. It depends on the flavor that you like but diff- kind of like try with them. All the sweetness will counterbalance the freshness of the sugar snap peas and the runner beans. So it's always a good complement to both of them. Just kind of like see where the phase of the summer you are and choose the best one you can find at early and a towel. We usually serve as the starter for landing somewhere. It really goes well because these marinated products that are usually done in any traditional family in portugal. Kind of like they are eaten called. So it's a perfect way to open the ballot for the bigger mail. So perfect point to kind of start any meal or any lunch in warm days or some are greece evenings meals with your friends. Thanks to him into a suicide. He's the owner of ristorante early. End hotel rosa's allen poor so for more from the hospital sector stay tuned for the menu are food and drink. Show that premieres..
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Death Sentence Upheld for Man Who Killed 9 in South Carolina Church Shooting
"Sentence has been upheld for the white man who killed nine black members of a South Carolina church. Dylann roof had appealed his sentence to the U. S fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. He was 21 years old when he killed nine people during a Bible study at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.
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Charleston Church Shooter's Death Sentence Upheld
"A federal appeals court has upheld dylann roof's conviction and death sentence for the two thousand fifteen races slayings of nine members of the mother Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston South Carolina roof's attorneys had argued he should not have been allowed to represent himself during sentencing when he kept jurors from hearing evidence about his mental health but the fourth US circuit court of appeals in Richmond unanimously rejected the appeal and issued a scathing rebuke of roof's crimes the panel wrote dylann roof murdered African Americans at their church during their Bible study and worship they had welcomed him he slaughtered them he did so with the express intent of terrorizing not just his immediate victims at the historically important mother Emanuel church but as many similar people as would hear of the mass murder no cold record or careful parsing of statutes and precedents can capture the full horror of what roof did his crimes qualify him for the harshest penalty that it just society can impose on Ben Thomas
The Secret Bias Hidden in Mortgage-Approval Algorithms
"Likely to deny mortgages to people of color than to white people with comparable financial profiles, according to a report released this morning from the investigative news outlet, the markup. The team there analyzed about two million conventional mortgage applications from 2019. These are separate from the one subsidized by the government for people with lower credit scores. The new analysis finds that nationwide lenders were 40% more likely to reject Latina X applicants and 80% more likely to reject black applicants. Key suspect here, Bias built into the algorithms software used to guide the loan approval process. I spoke to Emanuel Martinez, Data reporter at the Markup who worked on this story, along with his colleague, Lauren Kershner. I found that people of color are more likely to be denied than their white counterparts even when they look financially the same, and those include factors at the lending industry said would explain them away. So for context, David, I've been looking at this topic for the last four years. I've been working with this data extensively in the first time around. I published this analysis found the same thing. Lenders told me that they weren't denying people of color because of their race. They were denying them because of things like debt to income ratio combined loan to value racial And now with this analysis, I have those two ratios. And I still find that people of color are denied at higher rates even when including those two important financial characteristics now I saw and you cited the American Bankers Association. He said. The data that you could get still had limitations, and they don't believe you've made the case that the system discriminates right there. Updated statement is that it's still about credit score and credit histories. But when the C F P B when the government looked at that particular metric, they found that when they hold credit score, constant people of color still are denied at higher rates than their white counterparts.
"emanuel" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Mm. Just wanted to let you know that we had a little bit of breaking news earlier. It is something that is going to resonate throughout the area. Today. It's official. President Biden has nominated former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. To serve as ambassador to Japan by all accounts, and of course, you know, a lot of this is political rumor mill doesn't mean it's not true. By all accounts Early in the Biden administration, Rahm Emanuel was lobbying to be, um, Cabinet level position transportation, which, of course, went to Pete Buddha Judge And, um, By all accounts, Joe Biden was very seriously considering having Rahm Emanuel have a very important role in his administration until Progressives started really pushing back hard on that, saying that it would be a betrayal of Biden's promises to them. In large part, Rahm Emanuel is still being trailed by the fact that he was one of the people despite his protests stations to the contrary, he was one of the people who tried to bury the Laquan McDonald video. You know the video of A young man who, by all accounts had was having a mental crisis. There were other cops on the scene. They were managing him. They were managing the threat he presented. Jason Van Dyke pulled up in a squad car and for whatever reason, pulled out his gun and started firing. Way at Laquan McDonald. The video tape of that was suppressed for very nearly an entire year And then when it finally came out, the mayor claimed not to ever have known about it. That's when he was asking for then Superintendent Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy to resign. Like somehow, Garry McCarthy had kept all this information from him. By all accounts, Rahm Emanuel was gearing up to run for another term as Chicago's mayor. But when this blew up, his support evaporated, and he has been, um He has been keeping a very low profile since then. Until Joe Biden was elected. People started wondering, you know what does Biden Rahm Emanuel that he is considering him for a Cabinet level position, But the Push back on that. Was overwhelming. So a lot of people are saying that this is a win win. President Biden gets to Reward someone he worked with before and apparently had a good relationship with Japan apparently likes it. When very prominent former government government officials are named as their ambassador, because culturally it makes them feel like it's Acknowledgement that they are a very important partner for the United States, so they kind of want a marquee. Ambassador. Rahm Emanuel is certainly that, you know, I mean, he was mayor of the city of Chicago. He was a congressman, and oh, by the way, he was also White House chief of staff under the Obama administration for a time. Um And and then there are people who are saying great. Get him out of the country. I'm sorry. I know that That's not nice. Might be true, but it's not nice. Oh, there wasn't another another announcement. The ambassador to China. Biden is nominating gentleman by the name of our nickels. Burns. Um Harvard professor who used to be the ambassador to NATO was also the ambassador to Greece and worked at the State Department. So that's the breaking news today. Um, like I said. When those confirmation hearings come about I will be. I don't know about you. I will be glued to C span. I don't know if CNN or anybody big or carry it, but you know it's going to be on C span. And if anything, really fun happens. I'll bring it to you here on this show. I promise you that. So President Biden today getting getting back to that President Biden today made a a big statement on Afghanistan. What we're doing, why we're doing it. And the fact that We are not going to abandon our allies just a little while ago about 15 20 minutes ago, Congressman Mike Quigley released a statement. Mike Quigley was actually trying. He had some flight delays. Big surprise he was trying to get to Albania. Albania is one of the countries. That has agreed to at least temporarily. House Afghan refugees, The ones that are trying to get US visas might quickly plan to try to get to Albania to greet the refugees as they came. But he wasn't able to do that. But he did issue a statement. Like I said, just about 30 minutes ago, saying how grateful the United States is to the people of Albania and their prime minister? For leading the way to welcome Afghans into their nation because the process to get into the United States is very complicated. Tammy Duckworth's among others, said. We can't wait to get these people out if the paperwork isn't in line for them to come to the United States. Then, for God's sakes, get them out and take them to other places. Take them to our air Force base in our military bases in Guam in Qatar, wherever well countries like Albania, R Are stepping up. And might quickly put out a statement about 30 minutes ago wanting to acknowledge what they are doing and how they are helping us out. I told you we were trying to track down Brandon Johnson to find out the latest about reopening schools. Devin our our plucky Devon. Back in the studio has found Brandon. He joins us now. Hey, Brandon, how you doing? Hey, Joan. I'm doing well, thanks for asking. And, uh I think we have some folks that are pretty persistent. So, uh, thanks for being I believe persistent is Devon's middle name. So, um, bring this up his work, So bring us up to speed on. What are the negotiations? What are the testing procedures? What are the measures to keep staff teachers and students safe as school reopens? Yeah, That's the goal. That is the goal. That's what our goal has been. You know as educators, and it's you know, parents scored the last No, we're actually approaching the second year, right? Hmm. Unfortunate goal that many of the demands that we put forward to the mayor. Um what way back in March of 2020. That those standards Those health standards. She's actually been working to roll back what we've previously had agreement on like, like, Give me one specific. What's one specific thing? Yeah, very clear. One is like just having their health metrics. So when when did you shut down the school? And right now there's no real close standard or or uh around. How we do that Anything? The fact of the matter is that Delta variant and all the other variants, um, that are manifesting, um, actually quite troubling and just as a retreat. As we've experienced some of the course of the game these 18 months. So the fact that she's rolling back a health standards and metrics that will determine whether classroom or school is shut down. That's obviously problematic. You know the other? Well, did she have a new metric to replace it with or was it just We don't need metrics. Yeah, that's that's exactly Would that be Brandon? That doesn't make any sense. You have to know when the the problem reaches a crisis Proportion, if and you and then you can know when it doesn't I don't understand that we don't either. It's clearly you're responsible. And But this is this is what happens. I miss honestly, Joan, when you have a school district that is overwhelmingly made up of black and brown students. There's there. There's this lack of Civic compassion. Maybe that's one way to put it or just love and care to be able to at least established a safety measure so that families that are making this very difficult decision can at least have some understanding..
"emanuel" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Maybe you once kids are vaccinated or there's a view that a booster shot is gonna give enough protection especially older people will they're just being acceptance Or even bosses that are just going to say you know what you may come back to the office. you may get. You may even get sick. It's possible you may get sick but given that everybody's vaccinated. Hopefully there's not. You're not going to end up in the hospital. You're not gonna end up with worse outcomes. I mean how do you think that that whole conversation takes place agree agree. I think certainly the kids are the last year. But i think this'll be. This is not going away anytime soon. This is going to be us for a while. And people need to get back to work back to their normal life and so i think once people are vaccinated. It's gonna be a little bit and the kids can get back senate. It's going to be a little bit just like the flu. You might get it. You get a shot every year you might get it and you'll get sick for a couple of days and kind of go back to work and go back to it but people won't be dying. People won't be in hospitals. It's just to be part of our normal life and if we have a strain like delta and there'll be a period when they're wearing masks again in the office. I think that's gonna be the new normal. I think that's where we're headed okay. Jeff blau always get to get your perspective on all of it and we're in for new york boy. We were so new. york is in dead. And maybe neither is hollywood. Next unsquashed pod. We're headed for the rainy emanuel endeavour. Ceo they own the ultimate fighting championship and entertainment and why content is still king. The ufc is having its best year. In the first six months in the history of the sport every metric is off with a b sponsorship. International sales are over one hundred per cent each number. Kevin o'leary here money court is all about dispute resolution. Businesses have problems. I'm here to resolve them. Money with kevin o'leary new series wednesdays ten eastern on. cnbc tv. You're listening to squawk pod from cnbc. Good morning and welcome back to squawk box here and cnbc Joe colonel becky and andrew ross sorkin and us equities futures. This morning of feels like monday. Andrew for us It feels like monday on steroids. Monday for me. That's what i mean you're in here. I was out for. I don't even know how long. I don't remember how long i was out but i was out. I'm back now. All you people that thought i retired somewhere to say no no. I did not know most of them were like god. I hope you didn't and you don't have to worry about that. Google andy rooney. Who go andy. Rooney see when he left. Hollywood heavyweight endeavor out with its second set of quarterly results since going public earlier this year and everone's ultimate fighting championship and it represents some of entertainment's biggest stars people like dwayne johnson holly berry and matthew mcconaughey and while the company posted a roughly three hundred million dollar net loss it did raise its earnings and revenue guidance for the full year. Ceo our annual said that endeavor is firmly and uniquely positioned for what he sees is a strong second half of the year when when he can safely say that all of hollywood is hoping it can get back to the business of entertainment joining us. right now is endeavor. Ceo ari emanuel are a good to see you and i really big bounce back in the second quarter for all three major businesses. Yeah we raised our eba and we raised our guidance revenue guidance for the end of the year And so we're feeling pretty bullish right now. What happened. I mean we know pandemic down live events. There were all kinds of problems that came back from that. Are we back on normal footing at this point or is the delta variant. Going to slow things down again. Well here's what i'd say In two thousand twenty we did three point four billion dollars. We hit our numbers And we we raised are able to numbers for this. This quarter we raise some for the anna revenue numbers for the end of the year. We've actually all learned how to operate whether being content whether it be in sports representations our own sports like the inside The the delta variant and so from our perspective. We've taken this all under consideration and that's why we raised our guidance. On the second half of the year with regard to even and revenue. So we're feeling pretty bullish about our business. I think people are beginning to operate in the live events business with people having to get vaccinated in sports. People are understand how to put sports on right now which affects our img business or representation. Business our production business in the sports business and our gaming business gambling through in that business and also in the content business We've understood and and figured out how to create content inside the covert situation so we're feeling pretty strong about it. You said some really bullish things last night on the earnings call the when it comes to competition and talent you said. You haven't seen anything like this in twenty-six years. Why why is that. What's happening while. I think we've all learned how to operate inside The virus And you now have six super competitors whether it be disney soon to be um wanders discovery apple nets vicks amazon now paramount plus and they're all bidding as they said for content. They all raised their economics. And how much they're going to spend on netflix. Up to seventeen billion dollars. I think that's up about forty four percent and they all need talent to drive new audiences to their services and they've indicated that at the beginning they weren't able to do that that's why some of their numbers fell down but that his kind of increase the economics for content and for people that create contact with actors writers directors people behind the scenes. And that's a good thing for our representation business and for our own content and for that reason we're feeling very bullish about The marketplace and the bidding war has been insane across those platforms bidding war in terms for forgetting new content and getting new content talent. Everything so prices are going up and we've solved the economic issue recently on friday. We made announcement. We figured out the deal with disney warner brothers as you At put i think about twelve movies. Direct to consumer that were in their stable pre pandemic. They paid out two hundred million dollars back into talent so the economics is getting sorted out to and representation businesses a very big part of our business and that businesses actually grown. We've raised our guidance. This quarter and into the second half so we're feeling very good. You made a pretty bold statement there. There are some big changes that are taking place and how top talent gets paid and that's because as businesses moved to streaming The the deals have to be rewritten. So that they those top actors. Top directors aren't getting paid off the back end just from the The things that are shown in theaters. It sounds like there's still a lot of friction there. I know the deal with emma stone was just cut. But what about scarlett johansson. Is that a one off or are there other talent that are feeling like they kind of got.
New York Isn't Dead
"It was the headline struck at the heart of cities. During the pandemic new york is dead. Forever author investor james outdoors op-ed declared new york in a death spiral because quote businesses are remote and they aren't return to the office ended up leading jerry seinfeld to pen. His celebrated appeal declaring that new york. Sure as hell will be back so a year later. Who was right robert. Frank joins us with more robert. Good morning andrew jerry. Seinfeld's words still inspiring new yorkers year later with that hashtag. nyc is not dead and that of course was a response to all tutors. Op ed saying that. Remote work empty office. Buildings boarded up restaurants and hotels. Rising crime and high taxes would hollow out the city for years or decades. Now who was right. Well a year later on the residential real estate size that side that has rebounded sales more than doubling over the past year prices almost back to pre pandemic levels and do rentals having their best quarter in recent history. You look at restaurant traffic. That was down. Eighty nine percent a year ago from pre penned democ. Now it's about half of those prepaid pandemic levels. Mta subway ridership. It is improving but it is still about half what it was pre pandemic hotel occupancy now at around sixty seven percent that compares to about forty percent a year ago so improvement there as well. But new york's recovery future depends a lot on office workers and that is the big unknown. There was forty seven million square feet of empty office space in midtown as the first quarter and then if you look at rental rates they are down nine percent from a year ago a year ago only twelve percent of new york city workers were back in the office. Now it is twenty three percent and guys with the delta variant. We thought people would come back in right after labor day. Now we're looking at mid october. Maybe so until we get those office workers back until we know how many do come back. New york's recovery is still open to question
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Biden Nominates LA Mayor Eric Garcetti for India Ambassador
"The White House has released some of its nominations for diplomatic posts including sending the mayor of Los Angeles to service the U. S. ambassador to India Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti got high marks for his leadership during the pandemic but facing problems with homelessness and rising crime in his city Kerr said he's been selected to serve as ambassador to India considered a difficult diplomatic post insiders say former Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel could be the next ambassador to Japan former interior secretary Ken Salazar would head to Mexico former state department official Nicholas burns to China president but is also nominated retired miracle on the Hudson pilot Sully Sullenberger to service the U. S. representative on the council of the international civil aviation organization these nominations would need to be confirmed Jackie Quinn Washington
The New Yorker Radio Hour
"emanuel" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Emanuel ax on piano. And yo yo ma on the cello. They played beethoven's cello sonata number. Three in a major and they spoke with alex. Ross music critic. For the new yorker alex's most recent book is called wagner ism. This is the new yorker radio hour. Hope you enjoy the show..
The New Yorker Radio Hour
"emanuel" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
The New Yorker Radio Hour
"emanuel" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"So alex what did you think. I'm not. I'm not here on my critic at still like the ps more than ever. I thank you so much that was that was into here. And it's just funded to see both of you from a distance. My first question was actually. When did you first play beethoven cello sonata together. And what is it right now to find your way to a new reading. The piece having played together so often. I'd like to start and then i'd like manny to continue because because i've known manny we've known each other for over forty three years. Yeah and we probably played this very early on in our And so we've been playing peace over four over forty a couple of months ago. Did you know that. There's this dedication that that i never knew about this piece. One of the things that that completely astounded me was. This is such positive beautiful open hopeful music and his patron the one he dedicated the piece to beethoven sent him the copy of the of the of the manuscript with an inscription that said amid tears and sorrel. So we were asking yourself what gives and we look up the date when he wrote this which was an eighteen hundred eighteen nine and so years when he was we realize that that's the year that napoleon invaded austria. Vogg from right outside of vienna. So imagine you're living in the city and this foreign power comes in and takes over your town and just realizing the parallel years. Beethoven who has endured so many tough right at just that moment also the personal side of. He's he's a musician. He's losing his hearing and between that what's going on around him in the city. What's going on in the country. There's this music which is hopeful. Beautiful generous noble noble. All of those things. And i thought this is a good piece for this moment because people are suffering and and we do think that music can give comfort yet does it has that quality of serenity and contentment and and joyfulness. But it's not an oblivious. Crank joy no quite right. There's a there's a very very tearful spot.
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"Welcome to the Dennis Prager show. Now let me get this straight gentleman. This happened in the opening session. Opening sessions of the house begin. The prayer they still do. It's amazing Listen to the mockery of the prayer made by a Methodist minister, So he describes myself It's not shocking. What's happened to mainstream products. Protestantism mainstream Judaism mainstream Catholicism's Is the antithesis of Judaism, Catholicism and Protestantism. Here. Listen to the mockery and stupidity. Of the ending of this prayer in Congress. When was this made some Friday? See Friday was no fraud. It was January 1st. So they were session this weekend. Okay, fine. So and he is also a politician. Is that correct? Always a member of Congress. What's his name? It really? It doesn't matter. What matters is that he's he's a Democrat. And, uh, Emanuel Cleaver from what State Missouri. So listen to this. We ask in the name of the monotheistic guard. Uh huh. And God, known by many names by many different faiths. Hey, man. And a woman. Did he mean that to be a joke? I.