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Fresh update on "executive editor" discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Like what would you? Do. You have any thoughts on how that is. Reconciled I mean. Is it just like people like you need to get in charge at? Out and it needs to go well and they need to pass it like you need to keep like it's like a baton that we need to keep passing and I'm also obviously not the most. Marginalized member of our community, but it just feels like that. I remember a couple years ago I like went to screening of something that was about the HIV AIDS epidemic. But told like only from assists white male perspective and creators were there and they were like sobbing and being like we can't believe we got to tell her stories and this was like. In the twenty tens and I do specific they're like. I understand that you like you internalize an experience of marginalization. To a degree where he can't Steve it's. It's the that there's a further. Your right Whiteness maleness are strong. Yeah. It's my very long Gessen. Yes. No End. Gosh, and by the way, it's not like I emerged understanding this that this was a part of an awakening that happened for me gradually over a period of time feeling happens like hyper accelerated because I was working in the media and witnessing right as I was like a senior editor refinery twenty nine was when. Michael Brown was killed by police officer in Ferguson, and then. I remember you know I was I was with my wife gave boyfriend at the time and his family, and they were watching the demonstrations. In Ferguson ironically enough I would later become really close with genetic L. Z who was one of the most you know present inactive organizers in Ferguson, at the time. anyways. I remember I I got into a fight with my partner because he was talking about violence, he was talking about the violence of the rioters. And I didn't need to have an advanced comprehension of race in America to know that that was racism at play I didn't I just knew it was wrong and we ended up yelling at each other in front of his parents I remember his his mom intervened on my behalf and she said Michael I. Think what he's trying to say is that there's a lot we don't understand and we can't leap to judgment and I was like that's a good start. You know that's that's anyway. So his mom intervened on my behalf and said, you know, I, quit Philip is trying to communicate is that their stuff we don't understand we shouldn't leap to judgment in this moment. and I, and that was the end of our relationship right there. You know like a month later we broke up and I. I understood that there was more work that I had to do and I and I definitely got to work on on doing that that meant picking up books and engaging and hard conversations that meant engaging hard conversations with my white family and anyways I mean all of this to say that like like I said earlier in our conversation, it is work that you have to do. But like if you operate from understanding that their basic principles of human dignity. The work is not that that complicated right? We often make it sound like this work is like you need a college degree or to be an academic to understand anti-racism or anti, you know anti transphobia. That's not the case you know it's a lot simpler than that. So I WANNA just preface whatever I'm about to say with that that I was also a place where I would not be proud of the person that I was before for for my own ignorance now having said that. What you're getting at is that white SIS game and occupied the most privileged within the Lgbtq community, and then they are the weakest links in this ongoing fight for equality because they have historically, right. We saw this in HIV AIDS crisis and we certainly saw this after the fight for marriage equality they abandoned the fight. Once their rights are -CCOMPLISH te meanwhile historically transpeople and Lesbians and other Queer folks into conforming folks have linked arms with white gay men when we needed their help the most you know I'm working on an oral history of the AIDS crisis right now in terms from fashion perspective and I am hearing time and time again. Within showed up even though women weren't even included in the definition of HIV AIDS at the time. And then how a bunch of gay men abandoned the the. And ultimately left a lot of people to continue the the fight right once these wants drugs came available onto the market and again it's like. These blanket. Statements I'm making are, of course, the it's more complicated than that but it is a good summary I. Think of people fell to or not white game in at the time and and certainly still now in in in a when I talked to north for my podcast, she echoed a lot of that actually. And it's complicated because white gay men use homophobia and their own feelings of being oppressed and being marginalized, which are valid by the way I'm not dismissing anyone's feelings that way but they use those feelings as a deflection. Against other people's feelings in their own wrongdoings they say, how can I be homophobic? How can I be misogynistic when I'm a gay man or how can I be racist when when I'm a gay man, I understand depression I, love black people I've slept with black men, for example, right? This is a common thing we hear. From White Game. And that is gas lighting it is. It is denying someone's very real invalid experiences. Because you think that you have experienced marginalization when we know that marginalization despite look the same depending on who you are right that marginalization is compounded on the various intersections of people's identities. And I think. It would be limited to say that it takes white gay men to bring people the fold perhaps like I did at out magazine. That reinforces a white savior. Mentality. I did not do it out because I wanted to be a white savior I. Did it because I it was the right thing to do, and also because I thought frankly that I was well equipped to be the editor and she felt magazine But right now we're also seeing in this moment is not just white people rising to the occasion but lots of Queer and Trans people of color who are coming into their own power and who don't need. The necessary endorsement from White folks to succeed, and this is a radical shift and this is the shift that I think will actually bring us forward But if I were a white person still occupying a lot of power in the media industry, I would definitely be asking myself how I can amplify those voices and or step aside entirely to make sure that those voices are the ones being prioritized. Shit Philip I mean here's the Dang thing were like a at our time, and I have so many follow up questions for you like I have a hard out at eleven which that it's important to mention the time because when you release the PODCAST, everybody starts it they know what time it's going to be. They go back from your anyway but I have heard eleven. which is the time it currently as as we're recording and I have many follow up questions including one if you're not born with an innate sense of right and wrong, are you just supposed to be the boyfriend who broken up with does that is that how we improve the community we break up with the boyfriends who don't understand social dresses anyway these follow up questions for different podcasts. At, a different time but I wanNA thank you so much for your time today I cannot believe how quickly that one and I also. Want to ask you to shout Queiro, which is a person place or thing that made you feel like you could be who you are today. Oh My. Oh, you know what I have. So many que- rose but I I think the the people that I'm thinking of right now are my best friends Iraq Hal Willis who famously led a crowd of over fifteen thousand people at the Brooklyn Rally in March for Black Trans lives in a chance of black trans power. Racquel was executive editor at out and now. I. Can't really imagine my life or by being without her she is beautiful. She is intelligent. She is compassionate and she has a radical vision for the future and it's IT'S A. A joy and an honor to witness people recognize her power the way that she finally deserves it. So Rock Hill Willis an also my friend Kimberly drew who right now is if you can her book. Black futures available for preorder. It's a book she is co authoring are other fringe and a worth them in Kimberley and the friendship that we've developed over the past couple of years has really shown me the importance of platonic intimacy and of opening up to people who are your friends.
Tackling Systemic Racism in the Fashion Industry
"I everybody and welcome to today's be O. F. Live event. I'm Lauren Chairman Be Offs Executive Editor and I'm joined today by Brandis Daniel Chief Executive of Harlem's fashioned row Sandrine Charles founder of Sandrine. Charles. Consulting Henrietta Galina Brandon creative consultant, and today we're GONNA be talking about a really important topic always but you know especially in the last few months, how to tackle system racism in fashion it's a really big question I'm sure we'll only. Get Two to one or two points here. But but we want to do as much as we can, and in this hour that we have what I wanted to do I is for each of you to introduce yourselves and what you do in your own activists as well. So maybe talk a bit about what you've been working on in the last couple months as the civil rights movement has really come to the forefront in the US, Henrietta maybe we can start with you. I, everyone I'm Lena. I am a direct up by way of saying have been in the fashion industry for. About fifteen years now. What can range of. Brands. DIFFERENCE CASS grades. and. So. My wife is always been rooted increase efficiency inclusions I've asked. My wife tens of mocks stories. An image making and I would say, miss recently I WANNA be. confounds the cut initiative which Let's have a appoint Yucky. Great. Thank you brandis. What about you? I am the. Founder Pearl Fashion Row and icon sixty Harlem's fashion row has been doing this work thirteen years we on started really kinda focusing on designers of color in creating opportunities for them, connecting them with brands, press, and with consumers as well. we've also done several brand collaborations have been a great way to really bring diversity to brands who who may not have had. It were win couvert hit on the pandemic. We started a nonprofit icon sixty, which is basically a fine or designers of collar and We've been able to raise thanks to the NBA took over a million dollars in donations for designers of. Car. It sandrine last but not least I am. Sandrine. Charles of I have been working in the industry for thirteen years. Now, I own Sandrine Charles Salting, which is a week. Calms and Everything encompassing that agency her fashion and lifestyle brands. In addition, I'm the founder alongside Lindsay People's or the black and fashion council. Thank you offer for sharing that so. I think to start. This is a really big question, but obviously, the civil rights movement that's happening right now has been. Very prominent in the news in the last month, it's obviously never not existed but it suddenly. You know the fifteen percent pledge. Protest every single day. Brands are really saying I. WanNa make a difference they're publicly. Saying I'm going to do all these things to be more diverse, etc, etc. Now, a lot of their ex employees or or. You know. Consumers are calling them out for not practicing what what they are are pre chain and I'm curious to know from you all your all veterans in this industry you've you've witnessed this the systemic racism that is particular to fashion. What what do you think? The biggest issue is Ashen and that we can start working on or You know people are already working on but what is the? Biggest point that we need to tackle in order to start fixing all the little problems that have come out of this. Don't know if one of you wants to start. I'll. Brand half. Start I think on what Sandrine Lindsay is doing is asking with the Black Fashion Council asking brands to actually put a quantitative solution in place it's the same thing that Aurora Jane tasked with a fifteen percent pledge i. think the brands have to fully commit and the way that they can fully commit being you know here's exactly what we're going to do. So when you say I want my sales to get better you don't say go out to your. Team and say, you know what we want better cells next year what you do is you say WanNa ten percent increase we want to fifteen percent increase you know right so you create very clear goals so that you know if you're successful in meeting those goals or not successful meeting notes and if you're not successful, there are things you put in place to make sure you overcome that in me that all it's the same thing with this rain so I think. The first thing that Branston do is say, what is our commitment? What is our our firm commitment? Let's start with a very clear commitment and work our way back because my fear is that if we just start having conversations in conversation is a really key piece to this in having with lack people in non black people ruling to have honest dialogue. But my fear is that if we're only talking is the passion Unin die down in another. Year and I. think that's Oliver Fear Rate. But if you put a very clear plan in place and you say, this is what these are the numbers. We're GONNA hit across our organization that means in our leadership and on our boards because let's talk about boards and how they're barely any black people boards. There's only one black. CEO in the entire fashion industry. So that's just say what are we gonNa do across the Board in our organization? And then you work backwards from the air and doing what you have to do to to meet that goal.
Fresh update on "executive editor" discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"This is what standup is you know and he's talking about peanuts or You know stelter whatever and that's just not the. Trend it's the trend has been toward the personal everywhere. So. Yeah. I mean I I I'm somebody who I know has. In some ways I feel like I've suffered from this vibe of like Sharon more and more and more and more and more myself excavation excavation excavation. I don't know. What your opting out of that. Trying to talk you out of your feelings I just I. Like trying to imagine you being like that's not what teen vogue does and that stopping this. Absolute like waterfall in that direction i. Think Yeah I. Don't have that influence for shore. I do think that ultimately the decisions that we made it teen vogue led to the website growing so fast and furious and becoming such a force within the halls of Conde Nast that that brand when I first joined I was told by an ex. Site I was told by an executive at Conde. NAST this. You might have one year left here like are you sure you're gonNA leave refinery twenty nine to come back to teen vogue and I was like I'll I'll just kind of give it my best shot and you know some really stellar stuff came out of time there and people got the opportunity and Let. Me Rephrase that because that's gross way of saying it people were featured in teen vogue. Not Been invited to those pages in at thirteen years of its publication running and it did get to a place where it is today and I'm so proud of Lindsey People's Wagner the current editor in chief. WHO's one of my close friends Sumitomo Padre, who is the executive editor? WHO's one of my very best friends in the world and the incredible team who still there who are making decisions that are pushing that brand forward I definitely was a part of pushing it forward and I look back now and I realize. With the decisions that they're making now in the way that they are running the brand now I realized how much better I could have been and and how much of the the publication could have been and again I while I regret many of the the the decisions that were made or even my role in certain things. No, do I think that I could have opted out of it I probably would have been fired. I. Probably wouldn't have the numbers as fast teen vogue been jeopardy and again, it just goes to show. You know what I'm saying when I say regret is that like When we operate in these systems, you know we are cogs in a machine and by being cogs in a machine as someone who is in power in that machine I was complicit in ultimately everyone who is in power at that time was complicit regardless of of of one's identity or of one's place within the company But the you know what I mean to say by all of this is. That the company and the overall media revenue structure, and this idea of digital media being based on a purely numbers game in catering to advertisers is a capitalistic system that was always bound to explain its workers and ultimately meet its demise and I think those things are just you know now I look back at them and I see how inevitable they were but in the early days I believed. That we were just doing things differently and we were the exception to the rule but I realize now that even though we were doing good things, we were not in exception to the rule. Is that clearer? Wow. Oh Yeah I mean also like you were you were clear the the first time I just Oh. It's so rare that you have anybody say I wish I, hadn't. Participated in this system where I would have done it differently like that's just not a thing. You know. What? I love that you said it because then I can ask further questions. Yeah it's an unusual for someone to say here are my regrets and let me like outlined on. It's unusual. There are some keeping to myself they some of them saving for the memoir. Wednesday but yeah, that's the one that I've been thinking about the most for sure..
Big Tech CEOs testify before House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee
"For some of the biggest tech companies in the world are speaking before Congress as the House Judiciary subcommittee on antitrust finishes his yearlong investigation of big tech Seen that executive editor Roger Chang. One of the big questions for Facebook is whether or not they'll spin off big businesses like Instagram or WhatsApp. There've been a lot of complaints about whether or not this company is too powerful. Facebook obviously doesn't want to do that. So we'll see how Zuckerberg respond to these questions and how he pivots away from that particular conversation. Yeah, that's him. The leader of Facebook will be there. Also, the leaders of Amazon, Google and Apple will be in attendance
Depp's lawyers play video showing Heard 'attacked' sister
"Actor Johnny Depp's lawyers in court. They showed a video they claim will show depths. Ex wife Amber heard was aggressive getting into a fight with her sister. The lawyers said They received the video from a confidential source hours after her sister with me and Rica's testified in court that she had never been attacked by hard or that she was frightened off her. Shep is suing a news group newspapers, the publisher of the Son and the newspapers, executive editor Dan would turn over the April 2018 article. Deputies told the court that he was the one abused by heard and that she had a history of being violent. Sarah Shockley, London
Depp's lawyers play video showing Heard 'attacked' sister
"Actor Johnny Depp's lawyers in court to They showed a video they claim will show depths. Ex wife Amber heard was aggressive getting into a fight with her sister. The lawyers said They received the video from a confidential source hours after her sister with me and Rica's testified in court that she had never been attacked by hard or that she was frightened off her de pursuing in news group newspapers. The publisher of the Son and the newspapers, executive editor Dan would turn over the April 2018 article. Deputies told the court that he was the one abuse by heard and that she had a history of being violent.
Depp's lawyers play video in court showing Heard 'attacked' sister
"Lawyers in court today showed a video they claim will show depths. Ex wife Amber heard was aggressive getting into a fight with her sister. The lawyers said They received the video from a confidential source hours after her sister with me and Rica's testified in court that she had never been attacked by hard or that she was frightened off our de pursuing a news group newspapers. The publisher of the Son and the newspapers, executive editor Dan would turn over the April 2018 article. Deputies told the court that he was the one abuse by heard and that she had a history of being violent. Shockley, London
Depp's lawyers play video showing Heard 'attacked' sister
"Actor Johnny Depp's lawyers in court today showed a video they claim will show depths. Ex wife Amber heard was aggressive getting into a fight with her sister. The lawyers said They received the video from a confidential source hours after her sister with me and Rica's testified in court that she had never been attacked by hard or that she was frightened off her de pursuing a news group newspapers. The publisher of the Son and the newspapers, executive editor Dan would turn over the April 2018 article. Deputies told the court that he was the one abuse by heard and that she had a history of being violent. Shockley, London
Depp's lawyers play video showing Heard 'attacked' sister
"Johnny Depp's lawyers in court today showed a video they claim will show depths. Ex wife Amber heard was aggressive getting into a fight with her sister. The lawyers said They received the video from a confidential source hours after her sister with me and Rica's testified in court that she had never been attacked by hard or that she was frightened off our de pursuing a news group newspapers. The publisher of the Son and the newspapers, executive editor Dan would turn over the April 2018 article. Deputies told the court that he was the one abuse by heard and that she had a history of being violent.
Depp's lawyers play video showing Heard 'attacked' sister
"Johnny Depp's lawyer in its libel suit against the British tabloid The label. The actor wife beater displayed it video footage in a London courtroom that they claim shows his ex wife Amber heard attacked her sister. The lawyers said they received the video from a confidential source hours after her sister with me and because I testified in court that she had never been attacked by hard or that she was frightened off her. Shep is suing a news group Newspapers, the publisher of the Son and the newspapers, executive editor Dan would turn over the April 2018 article. Shepherds told the court that he was the one abuse by heard and that she had a history of being violent against
UK judge says Amber Heard can be in court for Depp testimony
"The American actors ex wife Amber heard from attending his libel trial against a British tabloid newspaper till she's called to give evidence in a court order published today. The trial judge said, excluding heard from the London courtroom before she testifies in the case would inhibit the defendants in the conduct of their defense. Depth is suing the Sun's publisher and executive editor over a 2018 article claiming the actor was violent and abusive to hurt. He denies the allegations. The trial scheduled to start Tuesday, and will last Three weeks. W W. J NEWS TIME. 3
Fox News' Ed Henry fired after sexual misconduct allegation
"Nature of the sexual misconduct allegations against daytime news anchor Ed Henry. But whatever it is, the network feels it's Siri enoughto firing. Fox says It's got to complain a week ago from an attorney about Henry's alleged misconduct had hired an outside investigator, which provided information Fox has led them tow. Let Henry go. Fox News anchor Sanders Smith, addressing the firing of her co host. On Wednesdays edition of Fox's America's newsroom a moment Now for some news about the co anchor of this programme Ed Henry after a recent claim an investigation involving sexual misconduct in the workplace at has been terminated from Fox News in an internal memo to employees, Fox News media CEO Suzanne Scott And president and executive editor J. Wallace address That's very serious issue in an effort to bring full transparency to it and emphasize that we will continue to strive to maintain a safe and inclusive work place for all employees. Rotating anchors will be sitting in with me until a replacement is named lawyer for Henry, denying the allegation, saying his client is confident he'll be cleared if there's a quote full hearing. And on appropriate forum, and it's
Why Did Mitsubishi Furlough the SpaceJet?
"Development of the Mitsubishi regional jet kicked off with great fanfare in two thousand, eight, the to family aircraft offered an environmentally friendly design and state of the Art Pratt and Whitney geared turbofan engines. It was also a milestone for Japan's aerospace industry, which has developed just one complete commercial aircraft since World War Two. The Y. S. eleven turboprop, which ceased production in nineteen, seventy four. Aircraft Lesser Titan Steven udvar-hazy told Mitsubishi at the time that if it could pull the program off, it could quote do what Toyota has done in cars and quote, first deliveries were targeted for two thousand thirteen, but that date came and went, and the program struggled with repeated delays. Recently rechristened the space jet, the program seemed to have stabilized, and then the covid nineteen crisis hit faced with its parent company's need to drastically cut expenses. Mitsubishi aircraft has suspended development of one of the to space. Joe Models halted test flights and wound down production. So. Can the program survive this setback? And how does it alter the already turbulent dynamics in the regional jet market? Joining me to try to make sense of all this are Bradley. Parrot, aviation weeks Beijing bureau chief who has followed the Mr J.. procreate spaceship program for many. And in Frankfurt, aviation weeks executive editor for Commercial Aviation Jens Flottau so, Brad, let's start with you. Would you fill us in on? What's going on with the space jet? Yes, there's a very apt metaphor we can use basically the programs being fellow D- Justice and employer over the past few months may have told her a worker to start working. Just go home, but bought consider him or herself sack. The the sorry Nyj I had space jet. Basic Development is basically being welcomed down to a very slow low level It's not being completely. Stop so far as I can tell and very little is happening for the moment for how long well we don't know, but just as an employee as being followed has not has not been set. The Emma J program has not been canceled. Sorry, spaceship program, forcet an Olympic explain exactly what what is flowing amounts to. The company has six prototypes which are being completed. There were four main tests light. Light, base, in Moses Lake in Washington that fleet was waiting for another aircraft, the sixth most recently built one, which is the one which is crucial cruise, one is the one that actually embodies the the standard of design which can be certified, and the aircraft was supposed to go was supposed to carry the main burden of the remaining flat testing that was a situation as about three months ago two months ago. what's happened now of course is that. Is that the mostly basis bay multiple? The small remaining there just to maintain the the prototypes. That's important. They're not being scrapped or anything like that to being maintained and that six prototype which has finally finished in March is still in Meghalaya, and that's where it's interesting for the moment. At the State of the program, most development is actually flight testing, and they're not doing The production will. Production is continuing for the eighth off seven speed finished. The eighth is, we'll be finished. But other production is being stopped. which will mean -Tory work. Flight testing work. What's left? The development engineering team, and that's going to be reduced to some extent, and that's basically what's going to be puttering along for the duration one lost. Important point is that. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries which is the majority owner of Mitsubishi. Aircraft decided in early May to go ahead with the purchase of Combodia CJ program, including factories that indicates love commitment to the program. Brats I'm I mean the the most intriguing part of the to be at least is the shelving of the M one hundred at the smaller. Version of the two, and as far as I can tell, they are going back to the Bronx drawing. Bolt for this program now that it has finally become a scope compliance the US. I'm just curious. Do you have any indications about what's that's relaunch might entail is becoming bigger is becoming smaller was a would at all. No simple answer is no. They probably don't themselves
Hong Kong protestors call for massive demonstration over new flag legislation
"Well in Hong Kong protesters a call the call the calling for a massive demonstration tomorrow as a legend of councils about to meet a new piece of legislation protecting the flag for more on this week's turnout arose in maths and she is Bloomberg international government executive editor Russell thank you so much for being here so as I say they're sort of to Pisa was was is we tend to think about the security legislation coming to Beijing but there's also one pending in Hong Kong as I understand it well that's right at that moment I took that to the flag obviously in Hong Kong but as far as really about the one central issue which is how much and in what way China encroaches on what Hong Kong sees as essential freedoms all people and companies home call rather see as essential freedoms that they sold was guaranteed with the handover of Hong Kong to China signed years ago and if they feel has being encouraged to call and and and that that's the question how Chinese guy kicking tile S. defense particularly that's happening in Hong Kong so you're saying that protests planned for tomorrow you could see those getting quite rowdy quite lazy possibly quite violent the question is just how much broad support is that still behind that great because you will see the hard core activists out to our age but otherwise is arrested home culturally still behind them today's hurricanes could be quite destructive but they may not be that sizable now because there are still restrictions on protests inside the protests in Hong Kong more than eight people eight Chrysler protests that at the moment but what we really need to try and understand is just how deep is the well still disappointment with China in Hong Kong locals lately so protests originally last year our number of almost half a million people I'll be at the point where we would start to see those number of people coming out again or are they simply worn down by a year a price tag bye said corona virus impact in Hong Kong by an economy that clearly in trouble and just one down to the point that they decided this is what it is exactly Rosalynn and that's why I had to borrow a term for the markets as Beijing basically price this in I mean they must have known there would be protests they must of not known to the United States might impose sanctions things like that the fact that they're willing to go forward the national people's Congress does that indicate basically Beijing's take a hard look at it the man I like it but they're willing to take the hit for the larger goal they have what seems to be the case that China is considering the moment here and there's a number of factors that come into that one is that there are legislative council elections in Hong Kong coming up in September and is a quite possibility that the majority and that would swing to opposition parliamentarians that they claim they want to get this done before that I want to get it done while of course people are still restricted in movement in Hong Kong and the house while the world's attention very much focused on the current virus and the difficulties that each country is having with that many countries are grappling with questions around I've seen their economies how to support their people in its linemen and that might be a good mind that to China to choose to do this they're obviously banking on the fact that international condemnation will be bad but the real hit to them from countries including U. S. and elsewhere might be limited on the white B. the appetite to have to hit them as hard as they could be affected in all the time so this was a finally this is the British gave Hong Kong back essentially to China it's been one country two systems some people think that may be gone now is that an overstatement to are we still gonna have one country two systems or as Beijing on the way to saying it's one country period full stop I would find a thoroughly Hazlett sectors to the idea of one country two systems also because I need to be careful in other areas including the capital and I don't of course when the front No Way international business including the banking sector too quickly the Hong Kong but one thing that's been interesting Mason is as hot as China's saying that I need home call as much as they did maybe ten years ago because I have a strong financial sector at hiring many international companies including banks can operate just on the border of mainland China and that does not fit in bed that can design considered promote the business of doing finance in China the trade that they trained three put the cursor Hong Kong and China is minimal so China has been saying for some time that we don't need Hong Kong as much as we used in the past did you think we might and baffle it's less important to us dissidents that maintaining pretense of one country two systems anymore because we can cut come coming out of the global financial system and it really doesn't matter that much so that's very much that thinking they were aware of at least say publicly that one's one that the cheapest and awful off the gate remains it's important for them to decide up front facing at least to the reality to many people is that it it it it's less of an issue a formal okay thank you so very much as R. bloomer calling Roslyn Matheson on Hong Kong
Changing U.S. Political Landscape
"I moderate conversation between Bhatia under Sargon the opinion editor of the forward. And Seth Mandell the executive editor of The Washington Examiner magazine. The program was called the changing. Us political landscape. And what's at stake for American Jews? We are pleased to bring you some of that program now yesterday. Ajc's National Leadership Council received an exclusive briefing from Dr Land Schlieffer the CEO Regeneration Pharmaceuticals and toward the end of the call. He made the points. I hope I'm not misrepresenting. You Hear Lynn. He made the point. That PART OF WHY? America hasn't been a world leader in responding to the corona virus crisis. Far From It is because our political polarization has had almost a paralysing effect on the ability of government to address the primary and secondary issues coming from the pandemic put differently in a certain sense. Our political divide is literally making us so just to lay some groundwork I want to start by asking each of you. How did we get here? How is it that the country that dominated the last century now seems at times like it could tear itself apart by? Let's begin with you. I have a bit of a polarization. Scott's back Anna now what I mean by that is I think that when you look around at our nation more generally this polarization in fact that is so clear to us on. Twitter is so clear in Congress and in the Senate and so clear in the media actually really evaporates as soon as you get out of these sort of centers of chattering class. Political classes is just to say that the tragedy of the polarization in our nation's elites is so much greater because it truly is leaving you know our nation behind it does. We are actually much less polarized. As a nation we have ever been in our history. Polling shows that as a nation we have never been more united than we are over. The major issues at this nation was founded on and so it's deeply tragic to see them at in the media and in political classes. We are others throats really failing to represent the people that we are supposed to be representing set to you kind of agree with that formulation you WanNa take a stab at the original question or you also disagree with my premise here. I think that body is basically right. I think the problem is that there's a perception of partisanship but that perception of partisanship actually has a real effect on what's happening in what goes on and and the formation of policy and things like that you have leaders in alternative media in. Party affiliated party associated media that make a lot of noise that noise that gets picked up by the rest of us in the mainstream media and we sort of broadcast it out and it makes it look and sound like there's a real divide here but in reality on the important thing which is compliance. That divide wasn't really there. It was just an argument. We were having in public. But that's what a democracy is. We were having the argument in public. And the lockdown side. The restrictions were winning the argument and both sides more or less complied with the ramifications of that. So in some ways I do really think it's healthier than it looks but I worry that if we're formulating policy and we're having these national conversations based on the perception of division than the reality matters less than it should so we need to somehow find a way to have the leaders in Congress in media those who set the national debate reflect the same level of division or lack thereof as the general public. Were talking about the vanishing center whether it's actually vanishing kind of out in the districts or it's only vanishing maybe in the halls of Congress to set last point right that might matter more or still matter even if the back home kind of get along but if we're talking about the vanishing center the Center makes me think of consensus issues Fighting Antisemitism and supporting Israel both used to be consensus issues and I think that in some ways they're both disappearing maybe the consensus support for Israel is disappearing a little more obviously than the consensus support for fighting antisemitism. But I think you'd both agree that people are trying to instrumentalise the fight against anti-semitism in a way. That's that's really unhelpful. So Seth we'll start with you. Why are consensus issues like this disappearing the issue that I always return to as something that looks better than the American Jewish Committee is response by? Comparison is what happened with Jeremy Corbyn in the UK and on the eve of the election there was a poll that eighty seven percent of British. Jews considered him antisemitic. And I just remember thinking that that's close as a consensus as I can ever remember. I mean I think the reverse was when maybe eight Ludo mayor it had like a five percent approval rating or something. You had ninety. Five percent of Israelis agreeing wasn't a very happy moment at any time you have countries Jews almost ninety percent agreeing on something that's Unity. That's a form of office and it also means that the political ramifications were not what was important. I had people telling me. Hey look. I'm a lifelong Labour member. I'm not leaving the party but I. I am canvassing for bars.
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"David day and executive editor of the American prospect, if you can respond to this, and also why libra will be based in Switzerland that have to do with that being a banking centre tax haven. Yeah. So I mean, the truth is, is that if you were able to create some sort of digital wallet that could be used in any country and purchase and make micro transfers and things like that. It would be convenient. I mean, that's really what Facebook is banking on, right? I mean it right now are the US payment system is pretty clunky. Particularly with international transfers that take several days to clear there would be a convenience angle here. And of course, Facebook believes that if they can get you on their website and using their digital wallet. Which they controlled directly. I mean, there's this Lieber association that's based in Switzerland, as you say, probably for tax purposes, that is controlling the governance of the currency, but cuddly bre, which is, what David Marcus, we heard from the top is, is running is a digital wallet. That's run by. Subsidiary that's wholly owned by Facebook. So if, if Kaliba becomes ubiquitous if it becomes this thing that you, you really need to make purchases, then you have something like we chat. And we chat is the app in China that has become so much part of people's lives that it's very hard use paper money in China. I mean, this is social media. It's a chat tool, and also it's a purchase app. I it's something that you can use in that fashion. And that's Facebook's. I think end goal I if you add payments onto this social media application, that is incredibly dominant, basically locked people into Facebook. And if you've done that, then, you know, whether you're taking a little bit out of every transaction that two billion people make on a daily basis or whether you are just locking people onto the site knowing what purchases they've made and then. Selling very data rich ads based on that, you, you have a prospect of real domination. And you know, I really think that either this thing is going to not get off the ground because too many regulators and politicians will have uneasiness about it, or we'll look back in twenty years. And this will be the week where this thing was announced that created this, this dominant global company that is, you know, an indispensable digital partner kind of walking you through life and David day, the whole issue of, of security Facebook is currently poster child for the violations of privacy data rights of individuals. They're insisting that they're going to build a set this ca- libra will be a separate subsidiary that it won't share the user information Facebook itself with the this payments system that they set up. You talk about this issue because it almost seems like or does say, but Facebook is basically transferring its monopoly position social media to then enter the financial transactions world. Yeah. I mean first of all, do you trust? Mark Zuckerberg with anything around privacy at this point after years and years of these revelations and second of all, it's a bit of a red herring. So it's entirely possible. Let's take Facebook at their word that the financial data and the social data will be separate well in order to access. Purchases on libra. You're still going to have to make a click within the Facebook app or within WhatsApp or, or wherever to, to find your purchase, or to search for a business that you want to solicit or things like that. And that information is certainly going to be available to Facebook. So the idea that there's no, you know, extra data that you'd be grabbing here. If you're Facebook is, is really not true. I mean you're, if you're spending more time on the app if you're clicking around to find things to buy on the app, which is not typically at this point, what people do on Facebook, then that's just much more data that Facebook is going to be able to use to target ads at you and do whatever else it wants. So, finally, again, the title of your piece, the final battle and big text war to dominate your world. Fill that out. Sure. So we've been seeing over the last several months. The big tech companies Google, apple Amazon, and Facebook, try to figure out how to become that sort of one partner. I mean you have apple that put out this thing that's a credit card called the apple card. You have Amazon, partnering with other global payment systems on what they call world pay or what they call Amazon pay, I should say Google has its own digital wallet. And now you have Facebook with this thing that is who knows what it is a Bank prepaid cards, digital wallet is a global currency. So you have all these companies that were kind of competing separately. Are now all moving into the payment space and also moving into other spaces that are overlapping, like entertainment to become that thing that is sort of the only kind of dish. Digital tool that you will need so you can make all your purchases, you can talk to all your friends, you can access all your entertainment. You can do everything that you wish inside this world, whether it's Facebook, Google, Amazon Apple, and that's really their intention, and that's why I call it sort of the war of all against all this is like the final battle for global domination here. And you know how that shakes out is sort of indeterminate at this point. But what we know is that if you're creating this, we already have these, these, these companies that are monopolies in their own sort of personal spaces if they if they combined sort of together, a lot of different options for for you, as an individual than you have just this absolute dominant behemoth. And there are serious concerns around giving that much power to one company. Well, of course, we'll continue to follow this David day and exert. Editor of Merican prospect will link to your piece in the new Republic, the final battle and big. Tex war to dominate your world coming up we go to Zona to speak with an African American family held at gunpoint by police because their four year old daughter allegedly took a dull from a Family Dollar store. They're now talking about suing for ten million dollars. 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"Six. We're talking with Kelly lejos, the executive editor of the American conservative their website, the American conservative dot com, and does she executive editor of their magazine. In terms of assessing Trumpy in the foreign policy. We have of course, the efforts aimed at some kind of a quote deal with the Taliban. I view that rather sceptically to say the least, but nonetheless, there's a move in that direction of pulling out troops from Syria. And then sometimes moves in countering director of it, a little hard, I suppose to do exactly pin down a a direction a philosophy at an ideological. If you will focus just exactly where this administration is coming from a does seem at times that as I have caustically said of our president. He shows a great versatility of conviction. Do you see a common thread through his actions? I do and I forgive me. I I meant to say peace through strength. When I was quoting Ronald Reagan earlier that might have been a Freudian slip because I'll be honest with you Trump doesn't really talk about peace too often. So those words don't really come to that word doesn't really come to my wife, think Trump. But that's what I was trying to say that he was he was taking measures. In an effort to show strength, but not aggressively use military force like his predecessors. Do I see that as a common thread, many of us in the more realist, you know, foreign policy world who came at his word when he was running for president in two thousand sixteen and he he went to the National Center for the national interest. And he talked about wanting to bring troops home not wanting to get involved in foreign wars of choice that he felt that the wars and the war in Iraq was a mistake that you know, he did not want to repeat those mistakes of his predecessors. So I see some of his foreign policy moves whether it is announcing a withdrawal from Syria. I draw down troops. Maybe a full withdrawal from Afghanistan as part of those measures those those promises he made. On the campaign trail, I think he feels. That you know, that, you know, pushing back against Putin is is part of that. I don't I he does not seem to be interested in going to war in Iran. Even though personally, I think getting out of the Iran deal was a mistake. So I do I do I do. I don't see him getting us into wars putting troops on the ground in foreign countries. Like, I think Hillary Clinton would have. So I do see a common thread. It just does seem a little schizophrenic sometimes because he does he does speak aggressively. And he does make these categorical statements and ultimate homes which sound like, wow, he's right on the threshold of of some sort of forceful development. But I I do feel personally that so far. He hasn't gotten us in any wars. So he's not gotten this entity. That's that's true. I I certainly have serious doubts about just what will be accomplished by his summitry with Kim of North Korea. Certainly, of course, a note as as laughable his statement that his first summit led to the removal of the North Korean nuclear threat, which was against the kind of overreach that the fortunately this man is famous for he has begun a process, which might possibly maybe someday lead to possible lessening of that threat. But that'd be done as it may regarding Iran for a second here. I I had on George Mitchell. One evening about that deal. And I asked him to read the part of the deal, which prevents Iran from doing anything. And he couldn't of course, because there's nothing in there the does. And I said if it really is your view and the view of the administration that we. Can't prevent Iran from doing anything. But we can if we bribed them enough delay their nuclear program. Intellectually honest thing be to say, so I don't have the by that point of view, by the way, I genuinely subscribe to the view that a nuclear armed this Iranian regime, not a nuclear armed Iran is much, but this regime big nuclear armed as intolerable that this is not to be tolerated at all by any means necessary. Yes to add, including preemptive strikes. I review the possession of nuclear weapons by this regime. Simply not even remotely acceptable. But if it's your view the best we can do is bribed them into the process become the world's biggest funder of terrorist activities by giving them that much money Than Shwe's. Don't you just say so well, he didn't really have an answer for that either. And I I again, I. This prevented Iran from doing anything that might be one thing. It doesn't prevent a thing. Well it delayed. Okay. So you're talking about two things nuclear program and their activities their aggressive activities in the region and the aggressive activities in the region had nothing to do with the deal. You're right. It didn't stop them from doing their behavior in Yemen, and in Syria, Lebanon, what it did it was it was it was preventing them from increasing their nuclear capabilities. They still contend that. They don't have a nuclear weapons program. So this was basically restricting the center futures it was re restricting they're enhancement of uranium. And so I it's. You know, how many years it took the? But but but only for a fixed number of years if they lied perfectly with that. There would be a time in the very near future. When okay now, we're free to make all the nukes. We want to. Think it delayed delayed only. And that was my problem was the intellectual dishonesty of saying, it prevents anything it delays. And that assumes around the ins don't cheat that I think one of my main problems with that deal that it was sold as something that it wasn't. Yeah. It was definitely an imperfect deal. But I mean as as you remember has been in the works. I mean, it, you know, I remember when the Bush administration had started talks with the Iranians, which of course, we're we're we're we're stalled and did not return nobody returned back to the negotiating table until the Obama administration with this years in the making and you're right. It's an imperfect deal, and if it was sold as ending any of their capabilities forever that that was wrong, and that was a lie. Well, that's exactly how it was sold by the Obama. Ministration? I mean. I think I think they felt that they had finally reached a place where they could say, hey, we have got we've got around to like, you said delay their abilities until you know, twenty twenty four twenty twenty six I can't remember exactly which time I'm in terms of their enrichment that was that was the best that anybody has ever done that point honest, if they never sold it that way, what you just said was obviously assessment of what it would do if Iran complied they pushed it as preventing that I got to be more than anything else. If it's such a great deal was necessary to lie to sell it and the Obama administration lie anyway, not to spend all night. That that that that bothered me from day one. But, but we just heard a statement of exactly what it would have done from somebody who is at electorally, honest. We'll come back and talk some more in just a moment. Selling your home is one of the biggest.
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"Zero five four six two six US pulling out of the intermediate forces nuclear treaty with Russia after what? Appears to be years of violations by the Russians that would hardly be any big surprise the Russians have not exactly taken the spirit or would possible. Even the the precise wording most of their international agreements that seriously. Putin's efforts to resurrect the evil empire, which he has had undisguised nostalgia. Over the years. We're talking with Kelly hosts the executive editor of the American conservative magazine, their website, the American conservative dot com and something else that appeared in the report that we heard earlier, which was that. European officials have been urging the Russians to take the next six months to return to full and verifiable compliance to preserve the treaty, which makes it sound. As though until the next six months are out. This is not a done deal as such that. There's a there's a window here. Now, I doubt seriously that this will persuade Vladimir Putin. Do suddenly see the righteousness of that action and go the straight narrow, but nonetheless, I gather that this is not cast in concrete quite yet. Is that right, right? They have according to the tree. Eighty they have a hundred eighty days to rectify this. So either what what Trump is saying is that he, you know, he wants them to destroy violating missiles in this regard. I don't know. And the Russian say there is that there missiles are within the range of compliance. So were there's an impasse there. I don't know what's going to happen. I mean, some folks believe that the Trump administration is is basically pushing this I would hope that within one hundred and eighty days the Russians will comply like you said. Or you've suggested that the Russians probably are dead. That's not really in a car then. But there is that six month window where where something could happen some negotiation could happen. What's interesting is? This. This whole matter began way back in two thousand seven so the American intelligence have had wind of these missiles for a long time. The Obama administration did not push it. Although the intelligence community had pretty much connected all the dots that these missiles were not in compliance. If the Trump administration has decided and announced a year ago that it was going in this direction to really push push. The matter the Russians way up until recently had denied that these missiles had even existed now they say the exists, but they're within compliance as you know, this this kind of back and forth has been going on for more than a generation at this point would various. Treaties. And it is it is a dance that's been carrying on since the Cold War on this is just the latest chapter, but it could really escalate things either way. Like, you said earlier in terms of our security European security in the region. So it is an age of of satellites I mean to to question the existence of such missiles or or their capabilities. I mean, if the Russians of ever tested, these things, you know, that a US satellite is watched it and watched how far it went. I mean, we're really passed the euro, I think when you could can can make this stuff up. I mean, if you've got a missile, and it it is fired and tested within the the the boundaries of that treaty. Well, then the Russians have that. If those very same missiles are are seen deployed in such and such a location again there's little in the way of deny that at least with a straight face. Well, and I'll be fair because I'm not an expert. You know, I did talk to Scott Ritter. Be you know earlier today. Getting his take on it. You know, as we know what happened in the lead up to Iraq. Intelligence is not, you know, necessarily a smoking gun. So, you know, the what he believes, and you know, you might disagree intelligence community often has a sort of a pre narrative, you know, they they is in like would Iran they believe that something's going on. And they find the dots to connect it. You know, but scientists and sound and so there's a lot, you know, satellite. Images might come up. They might be testing wooden weapon. And it turns out it's another weapon. So I this has been going on since two thousand seven, you know, what he told me is that the Russians had often they had had repeatedly asked, you know, the Americans due to provide their evidence, and which they didn't. And so that little game is going back and forth for years on end. So. I'm not in any position. 'cause it's not really my, you know, my my field, you know, to tell you what the evidence they have. But I could probably say considering what we know about the intelligence community. And how it sort of builds narratives, you know, connected. I for what whatever agenda they have that this might not be a smoking gun. But on the other hand, we know the Russians and their history. And so it's not necessarily going to believe everything they say either. But do we get out of the treaty? Does that escalate things or does it puts the Russians to comply or come back to a negotiating table? I think that's the question. A lot of people in Washington will probably tell you that getting out of the treaty is probably is is a dangerous move. But we've seen this president kind of push people's hands before and get people to the table. So I think. It'll be interesting to see over the next six months. What happens it will that? We'll talk some more one eight six six five O, JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six Kelley hosts executive editor of the American conservative magazine, their website, the American conservative dot com. 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"Facebook announcing today that place atom of a tenure vet at the company in charge of the photo and video sharing network you ensure as an executive editor at seen that says Facebook would not take changes Instagram lightly Facebook, maybe the world's largest social network, but Instagram's pretty close it's got a billion people using it every month, it is very effective as a marketing tool, and then it also has been one of the biggest competitor Snapchat. The appointment comes a week after the apps co-founders abruptly resigned, Kevin jerem, Instagram CEO and Mike Krieger, it's other cofounder discuss Moussa's appointment on the company blog. Instagram's former number two would hold true to its values and community. Zack suburban Saint Louis soocer son's high school if trees cut from the team the soccer moms attorney, Edwin earns the fourth says, this is not a case about a kid who can't play soccer well enough when I first talked to the client, I thought, well, gee, don't we hear this all the time? It's getting cut kids getting cut from a team because they're not good enough. Or whatever the reason the lawsuit says the cut was motivated by age discrimination because the coach favors younger players do high school denies age had anything to do with it. And it says playing sports is a privilege. Not a right Kevin Colleen for CBS news Saint Louis now it's time for your eye on health sponsored by delta dental flu shots with your eye on health. I'm Dr Deanna lights this centers for disease control and prevention recommend everyone. Six months of age and older. Get a flu shot by the end of October. It takes about two weeks after getting the shot to get.
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"Scooters were abandoned at the Pentagon following this year's nine eleven remembrances. Police say they'll begin impounding the unauthorized rides and they're gonna win impound bikes to just abandon these things. It's a story by Kevin Barron executive editor at defense one. Kevin what's up here? Not the electric scooters. That are take you over America's cities over the place. Some people love them and a lot of people really hate them. And just happened that the day the morning after the September eleventh remembrances this year. Always welcome to the Pentagon and got word that the Pentagon police had gathered up a few of them outside and check and see what's the deal and turns out. Yup. In the last few weeks. Police say this has been a problem people are abandoning them. You know, these are these are ductless scooters you download our app you find one hundred four hundred phone you walk to it. You get a code you hit the button and off you go when you're done, you can leave it anywhere you want. And so the Pentagon made sure to put out a word that these are unauthorized and not welcome don't bring him to the building. Wow. So there's no obviously payment penalty of some kind for just leaving them anywhere. The next thing. They said they would do this offense. These are seven scooters found near one of the main entrance says kinda just leaned up against some of the jersey barriers and the Pentagon called the company these birds scooters to a couple of the burden lime bird scooters. They told the company come get him within that day. The company sent somebody to gather them up of the Pentagon's. Now said any further ones that are left. They would just be impounded while which would be a financial penalty to the company to get them out of Hawkin. Sure. But but this is how these things work though. Right. I mean, you you leave them. And then what the do you indicate on the app where it is. And then the company goes and gets it or them if there are more than one yet. No they could there anyway. So the company does pay people you could sign up.
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"Breaking news as, it happens you're listening to Kevin McCullough radio So glad you're with us and very interesting I mean what what, we try to. Do is breaking news and what it means why it, matters that's kind of a simple format of Kevin McCullough radio and it's something that you obviously entertain because you have made us consistently the one of the most listened to, broadcasts of the entire day right here where. You finding us and we're. Glad to be here with you We've got a very interesting piece. Being developed, out of the federalist today the executive editor their joy Pullman has authored, a profound piece. Titled kids who had ten government preschool learned lesson misbehave, more and I know that in the good sensibilities of people that live in the northeast this is a shock to the system so I thought I'd have on to discuss, joy Pullman welcome back to Kevin McCullough radio Thank you Why did you want to write? About this Well to be, on well I mean education is my field but I also have five little kids and a little less one. Is a baby a toddler and a preschooler And the other two I'm guessing already in school so was preschool part of your two oldest kids programs Well we did a once a week enrichment and program. That, involve, me. Being there with my son, but so writing depends on whether you would label that, preschool right right right because in the McCullough house we've gone round and round and we try Christian preschool and then it turned. Out that one of my kids is a little too hyper, for that and they didn't have the resources so we ended, up going into the local school district preschool and it turned out to be a good experience for him but. I read and here a lot of questionable things about this, in your piece today really. Caught my attention so what what did you basically argue What about you just discussing, and explaining the results of the of the only the second high quality randomized controlled trial study of a government preschool program that has ever been conducted and what. That means is the only difference between you know. The kid studied in kids who are the control group is that the kids. Who, were study went preschool so it's pretty reliable kind of study in it found overall you know, that the kids who attended the government preschool program in Tennessee. By, the, time. They reach third grade after, some initial gains rate in the preschool kindergarten year by, the time the kids reach third grade if they had gone to preschool they were behind in math and science and they were. More likely to be labeled special needs then where the kids, who had mostly stayed at home with their parents instead of, going to the program now this is government preschool that you're talking about so obviously they didn't test kids that. Were in private or parochial preschool programs The kids that, were studied who had not gone to the government eat run preschool program about I think it was fifteen percent of them did go to a private preschool and..
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"We're back markers money program thank you for joining us bob ricker here our guest is brad stone brad is the author of the upstarts his new book uber airbnb in the battle for the new silicon valley brad is also executive editor for technology at bloomberg news i'm sure you hear a lot about this brad there's a lot of talk that goes around about culture and the silicon valley a lot we hear about him we've had authors talk about it in a lot of that culture is the culture of greed what say you i would call it but yeah i don't know if i would call the cultural agreed i think it's the culture of growth and a culture of success almost like obsession with success the founders of airbnb are kind of good example you know they went to this forum called the white combinator kind of stirred up school and all around them they saw success and they were idolizing facebook founder mark zuckerberg at the time and of course everyone idolizes jeff bezos these days and they wanted to emulate it you know they wanted back kind of success so they build a company very quickly they raise money very quickly you know they're taking they're taking advantage of their you know of of their heads starts on a good idea and when you move that fast you know and you suddenly you spread globally in your you've got the tiger by the tail and you're moving quickly and you're hiring hundreds or even thousands of people you know every month you make mistakes i mean is it that they were greedy and they wanted you know a billion rather than five eight hundred million i i don't know no actually like having done interviews you know with all these founders i don't think that's it i think they're they're builders they're building their empires and it's the obsessional is that you know that this is a historic moment in time and that new companies very valuable new companies can be created well there's an obsession with that and then they pass by all sorts of important things along the way like you know building you know diverse workforce or you know protecting you know their customers from harm's you know certainly we saw that again and again and the kids have mover they're moving fast and they're putting in rules and you know and and it's it's like the you know the the guardrail you know they build their businesses without the proper guardrails because they're moving too quickly and then people get hurt i don't think it's greed greedy but i think it's an obsession with earth at all costs some people are maybe there's an ex but that's okay some people wonder if a good idea is in the eye of the beholder and the reason i say that is because i'm gonna take a traffic app that sends rush hour traffic into residential communities to get off the congested highway and look at the effect that has on the residential community i mean forget about it it's no longer what it was and so this is happening in in various things that are changing in connection with the internet and it just seems to me that it's you know just get out of the way here we come you're you're not wrong but i guess i would kind of describe it a flight historic forces that can't be stopped you know the the the us was putting gps satellites up in space in the eighty s and ninety s and you know and when you have that and then we alter carrying around cell phones you know the fact that we would have mapping ask center phones wasn't inevitability and and then yes and then you have the unintended consequence people driving through residential areas or people driving around their they're driving their cars with one hand and one i on their phone because they're looking at the map you know i think that it's yes there's never been enough consideration paid to the unintended consequence or the secondary byproduct and and there should be you know and and oftentimes it comes too late but you know i think that like things have the characteristic of genie out of the bottle you know you're never gonna you know you're never gonna wasn't like the mapping at the air of the mapping app was a choice you know it was sort of an inevitability technological progress has led us let's get out to columbus ohio john you're on with brad stone go ahead thank you bob.
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"There is a former editor of the the new york times name bill keller by with his documentary out right now in the new york times and bill keller is featured at the time he was executive editor became executive editor i believe during the filming of the documentary he wrote a piece in two thousand fourteen about a man that i mentioned everything they william more mccullough headline an unsung hero of civil rights don't tell kanye west who may tweet this and who knows what percentage of twenty eight million followers may actually look up and read about this unsung hero of the civil rights bill without which according to bill keller the civil rights bill might very well never have been passed that i mentioned he's white clementines republican i mentioned he had the same seat it was held by john bainer somewhere in all this worthy commemoration we should pause and play and pay homage to a conservative white republican named william more mccullough never heard of him neither had i but there is a good case to be made that the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four with not have become law without him and there is a very good case to be made that washington desperately needs his example today end of quote this bill keller riding this in twenty fourteen new york times right the mccullough's district was two point seven percent black and therefore quote he had no political incentive to stick his neck out on something that's contentious that civil rights close people don't realize southern democrats absolutely adamantly opposed to it mccullough was descended from abolitionists and had been appalled by his exposure to jim crow when he worked as a young lawyer in florida this fortified him in a strong belief that the blessings of the constitution were not met exclusively for white men and it was the highest duty of the federal government to secure those blessing for all end of quote.
"executive editor" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You know he could wait till four but if he does wait till four that's chance he's getting the second choice maybe even the third choice if you're committed to a quarterback i've gotta get one one or four why wait if you go at one and you know the jets are taking i believe it's mayfield but they're taking one of three that means you're still gonna get one of the two three four best prospects in the draft of before so i think they go with donald at one and then they come back at four and they take either barclay or chubb depending on the giants check out all of his stop and his staff stop with pro football weekly's week leading up to draft you get it's good draft information there as you will anywhere else how we always appreciate when share with us thanks buddy enjoy marcus from pro football weekly their executive editor also football insider farrar affiliate into six seventy to score and you can catch him on the westwood one broadcast in season does some sideline stuff interview stuff as well as being covering the league or forty years lent us some good insight right there i'll care my insight our run down my list i'll give you my rankings not same as hubs allen could be a bust he is hobbies seriously leaning toward the bust scenario of josh allen i'm trying to stay in the middle because i think upside is yet could quarterback in this draft so where kids it i'll tell you how that falls out with me on my rankings of top six give me yours on the telephone lines we'll get them reopened eight five five two one two four cbs join amac hanging you're on cbs sports radio are we ready to open next month.
"executive editor" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show
"You know mean laura anna lara prude on our tv executive editor and i did a conversation this week about sort of this the latest bunch of the latest star wars creative's hiring more white dudes what are you guys think of that i again i have a whole video talking about it but um um you know a lot of people are disappointed that you still no women being hired in key creative roles even though again as i just mentioned kathleen kennedy runs lucasfilm carry hardest one of their senior you know i i i don't know our actual title but she's one of the key story group people um but they're not uh obviously the screen writers or the directors so uh thoughts and all the on that we could they had just gone maybe a different direction this one yes of course they could end to end i think people are starting to get a little fed up with them lake yet we get it we get it you guys like working with white men like let's let's bring some other voices in um and obviously identified weiss in beni offer very talented but yeah i i think just because we're getting something good in uh in those two coming to the universe doesn't mean we can't get something better by bringing these more diverse voices in so i think i i think we gotta start kind of holding them to task for that a little more you know i'm gonna i'm gonna go for some puns here because in and tell you a little bit about how we try to come up with headlines we we had a freelancer submitted a piece the other day talking about the diversity issue it's star wars and they're hiring a filmmakers and we're trying to come up with a headline workers she didn't include one um or it was a little to walk here whatever but uh so we wanted something succinct and i was like uh.
"executive editor" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"You're worried by the way the obviously urgent ordered broker of a short bird viet of you including blood recall of we'll be one of the new year's day border oh how site we'll civil started dwell start 2018 together exactly you bet your old ruc bitter and across the country that is uh you know who on one hand there celebrating a tax cut in saying hail to the chief and the other people are same jail to the chief i mean there are people that loved donald trump and certainly on the left hand side of the aisle they don't like him one single bit was this 2017 of victory year for him does he do victory laps or is the left right of of the crew leftover guard curved but had over guagua executive editor of congress clearly after failing to repeal obamacare the central the republic of go into 2018 with public they can take back to the voters available we did of a tax reform bill will be that but the vast majority of the president's college but for all these old executive orders at uh you can't go with far with executive orders that good though so i hope that regard young for birth credits private do just about all that he could have by itself yeah i mean and the interesting thing was now they have a new video out called the art of the insult because it's with seems to have become more successful for him than almost the art of the deal labelling people as he has done whether it's a mainstream media person whether it's someone like hillary clinton or marco rubio or jeb bush has been proven to be very successful for him later the thought of burst of the break i could be without the thought of that of that i do believe that that twitter accounts to be placed of the blind trust to be with the hours of three am but eight eight by a governing by word i think it it is the sometimes maki donald trump is gone worst enemy but but on the whole uh yes tease the.
"executive editor" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Executive editor it's on hold dot com and someone who is also fox news contributor in who did a splendid job earlier today on the outnumbered broadcast as she always does and we find her somewhere between the beltway and manhattan in in that famous train of the the scenario there katie i don't know where your app it thank you for being here i am guilty of being are obvious sell a corridor however i will say it is the only profitable court over on the higher and so we do get credit for that well you know i've taken it many times and i actually love it it's a lot of work done in youth they're pretty quick hey let's talk about how big of an impression nikki haley made yesterday in kind of delivering president trump's message to the un this is very ill advised people don't do this well i mean i think that there's a lot of people who lately i agree with what she's doing the and a half of unity i express their two states day but you know the un for a very long time and i know liberal of all around the world action would agree with a statement has not been so filling its duties terms of peacekeeping and uh serving as examples of the world are hooked countries should behave and the idea that the un would kick us boats instead of just be grumpy and sitting back into criticizing would actually take a vote which could dallas for accepting reality of jerusalem being the capital of israel which congress eiseke kelly pointed out voted on in 1995 and they'll vote on the go um now we're thinking of paying a lot of money every year more than every other countries combined offer they're pet project eagle dictatorships and human rights abuses though think what they're doing is good yeah they didn't lessons learned truckloads changing their votes j but they might part listening lucky start pulling the funny and that's.
"executive editor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I i was way you i was totally not him on board with wireless and i thought oh i want normal headphones i know i have given in about wireless had thought front runner you're the executive editor of seeing that don't have done was there make funny you back world the world guy some of us are are luddite even in this building i doubt it i get is about this thing shall recognition thing in the face id thing is it is the is the technology really there because they're saying you can pay with your face now you just yet so it's there it's yet another technology if they're having what we haven't tested it fully cnet my i would recommend you come back in a week to thea we hill but i it's definitely something apple what apple does and does something like this they don't do halfmeasures that's one thing apples known for and they're not always the first to do it and in this case samsung and a bunch of other people have had faith on for a while but we re not seen that we reviewed them they're not that great and so if apple if we can trust that apple really did the right job here and well no it a week whether or not that's true when she notes review ads author this is going to be a big just give me a big deal that they can actually do this and make it work and um it's probably going to change the way that a lot of us use our funds on why we use our divisive now when does it had stores so it's going to be a little while it's not the ten comes out november third you're going gonna be waiting a little bit of the iphone eight right which is the successor we didn't get to talk about but has a lot of the thing chips as the iphone 10 but it the older design as the iphone as the iphone 7 and it.
"executive editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To come in cuba he is an equal opportunity employer that address once again is bloombergcomcareers ever wonder why weddings expensive white brexit was about china did you know that an economics professor uses broadway musicals to illustrate his lectures the bloomberg benchmark podcast is about that much join hosts dan moss kate smith in scotland month a weekly jargonfree dive into the top stories that drives the global economy find it on the bloomberg terminal bloombergcom itunes soundcloud and whatever app you prefer to browse your favorite podcasts this is bloomberg i mangila in hong kong the by the russian plan for syria is finding more takers saudi arabia might be coming around to the idea of no longer pushing for regime change these are executive editor for the middle east and africa area so interesting shift that we see a little bit of recalibration comes at a national transformation plan we'll talk about they go on the program also bit of recalibration when it comes to foreign policy in syria what are the new top lines here in what what's a priority for the kingdom when it looks at the situation the priority in for the kingdom is to keep iran out of syria as much as possible right now of course what is supporting such as ema other russians very much so dominantly but also the iranian says a large iranian presence in syria are now both militry but also increasingly economic invest something that to say that the saudis don't want and don't want to accept and they seem to be moving towards the russians they see it as a way to limit the iranian influence in serious relationship with russia over the last few years has been very difficult so this this is it too early to call it a told a new page that the saudis are looking to open with the russians in national interest in the interest of the saudi arabian priorities we'll see if the dress will be seen how far this will go but this clearly look i mean it has to be remembered that for example when it comes to oil policy with energy policy opec the talk have common interests so it's not like the russians and the.
"executive editor" Discussed on Radio Atlantic
"I i met thompson executive editor of the atlantic with me in the studio is my cohost jeff goldberg and the editor in chief of the atlantic in on the phone we have mark bowden whose coverstory inner july august issue how to deal with north korea has just gotten pushed rate back into the conversation by recent events i mark good morning so do very quickly recap some of what pusher recovery story back into the forefront of us anxiety the washington post reported on tuesday on an intelligence assessment from late july indicating that the that the country has successfully produced a miniaturize nuclear warhead they can fit inside its missiles a prior intelligence assessment the post reported estimated that there are far more nuclear weapons available to king kim jong un than we previously thought uh president trump followed up with a response that surprised a lot of observers with its bellicosity career best not lake anymore arrested in added faith they will be met with fire at fury life the world has never seen he has been very threat beyond a normal state and as i said they will be met with fire fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never seen before this is the week that you're donald trump is was the be vacationing in bedminster right and an an and and laying off you know my question is an mark maybe you can you're you're the extra here my question is bill clinton in one of the unsatisfying rounds of negotiations with north korea made a statement wasn't quite as bellicose but he he basically threatened war on north korea if they crossed certain lines we've we've been in this drama before how new is uh how new and unprecedented is trump's level of rhetoric.
"executive editor" Discussed on The Economist Radio
"The welcome to a special edition of theeconomistosk'si'mdanielfrank in the executive editor of theeconomist and on this episode we imagined the world if where we feed assortment of scenarios and possibilities whimsical projections and bold promises someelizabethdole unsolved not quite so plausible so what if emmanuelmackall revolutionize the french economy french society and europe to he gives his stop and trash it's a very symbolic name anti speaks about france mentality confidence and their success that his presidency has turned out to be what if blockchain's ran the world imagine a world where when a child is born instead of getting birth certificate it could get a digital birth certificate baked into a block what if we had successfully cloned humans very became much more popular begin much cheaper andy became kwy fashion for now and finally what would the world be like if we could well the weather would we stop moaning bautistsi may want to have sunday annual my yard by your next door to me you wanna have rain for your garden so the next thing you know we're having conflicts neighbour to neighbour stop by transporting use it to lie the 14th 20 26 best steel day in parisimagine the world if emmanuelmacron still the president of france and well into his second term revolutionized his country in the continent of europe over the previous night.
"executive editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Start new subcommittee dean the majors this week the first by deepening spat between senior nations gutters sympathy for iran remains from saudi arabia after president trump said to run is the destabilize the influence in the middle east saudi arabia also lines with the foreign reserves falling below five hundred billion dollars for the first time since 2011 after the kingdom raised nine billion dollars recently from the international ponce of islam specifically south africa's controversial president survives an attempt to drive them out of office but remains under pressure the majority of the african national congress want jacob zuma out but i the growing tensions in the gulf with saudi arabia and the media continuing to attack cut over its ties to iran books executive editor for the middle east and africa covered this escalating rough resurgence as riots it's sort of came out of the blue a little bit because you may remember that in 2014 the three countries by the saudi arabia had withdrawn from cut the over some of this conflict over the support of the muslim brotherhood in egypt in particular of course supported after for the ccm egypt and now suddenly sort of exploded on the scene again after the trump visit to this show of unity to american support for the saudi line on iran they want to united front against iran the the they they really wanted americans support they'd be unhappy with obama on that front now they have obama support trump support on it and they see cut the sort of not toeing the line not being in line with this thinking on iran and this is all over some statements that appear on qatari webside that's been removed what what triggered this they're blaming.