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"fetterman" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch

POLITICO Dispatch

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

"fetterman" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch

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"fetterman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"fetterman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"We have our weekly main show forever is going to start tonight which you know. We've just. We've appropriated the tyler song because we decided. It's about abolishing capitalist time. So that's always a lot of fine seven o'clock we honest with you. What degreed song. Oh yes well. It gets even greater when you realize that it's comrades right exactly that was That was her initial intent And yeah we have a vaporware version of it that we play. It's a lot of fun Also tomorrow i am launching dumped it on antifa ladies night featuring the ladies of a very fun. Podcast called beef country. And we're going to be talking about brittany's here though wash that doc. Yeah i did think. Oh my god freebritney gotta say about that. I mean it's fun to talk about. It's like trashy pop culture but it's also seriously like it's it's really like an indictment of societies politics of control or like the core system of control misogyny just i mean i remember like about how we treated her as society and feeling like it was wrong and then just reliving that i mean was we all should be ashamed participating in it even tacitly this stuff that people thought it was okay to say to her and ask her is just virgin over and over again day like we literally leave britney alone it's also about disability rights. Because you know a lot of people didn't know how few rights people have under conservatorship and how hard it is to get out of it. And lastly to just last thing about the freebritney. 'cause i think there. I wish there was more of a class analysis because there clearly was like a white trash. Yeah you know kind of the element that allow the media. Treat in the way that they did and destroy her now she was. Yeah but she'll be back. I got faith. She's an angel. She deserves so much better than she's gotten agreed. Alright and i'll check out the no mckee show twitch dot tv slash the underscore no mckee's underscore show. I'm not even reading from anything. Remembered sam's stilted cadence so well in my mind that i'm able to do it for memory. All right guys. let's head into the fun. Half ce there left his son. Jamie and i may have a disagreement. Yeah you can't just say whatever you want about people just because you're rich. I have an absolute right. Mark them on youtube up there buggy whipping boss. I am not your employer. I'm sorry i didn't mean upset. You nervous a little. Bit upset riled up. Yeah maybe you should rethink your defensive..

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"fetterman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

06:17 min | 2 months ago

"fetterman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"That unfreeze themselves. They have technology that. Like say you go on a plane on a on a cold day right. They d freeze the plane. They do that and helicopters. This technology to in sweden as as matt mentioned to me that are are able to unfreeze themselves and so the those yep the windmills. I'm sorry to say helicopters. Yes so it's just all ignorance and performative. I pre- performative attacking the left. It's a way for them to go around in circles and attack the green new deal. But here's tucker carlson with his snide dismissal and continued propaganda effort so unbeknownst to most people the green new deal came to texas the power grid in the state became totally reliant on windmills. Then it got cold and the windmills broke. Because that's what happens in the green new deal you're without power. Millions are still without power tonight. Several has dot have died now the same energy policies that have wrecked texas. This week going nationwide. They're coming to your state okay. There are so many lines there. I don't even know what to say. Totally reliant ten percent greg abbott just said i don't know who's program comes on i think tucker comes on after sean hannity but if you watched beforehand you would see that his own guests. The governor of texas said ten percent and all of the data their own agency are saying that no no no. This is not what this is not the main cause of this. This is a good example of sam. Says that tucker doesn't really believe what he's saying tucker doesn't really believe that the green new do came to texas already. Yes exactly he doesn't. But again i mean what gets him off. Sorry to give that in to use that terminology but what gets him his his buzzed going in terms of of the work that he does is basically hitting those cultural points that resonate with his audience. I mean that's what he is. He's an emotional actor or he occupies a space that allows viewers to feel a certain emotion about things and that's rage and that's hate of change and that's what he likes to sparkin people. That's what fulfils him. Career wise the sort of intellectual right. I mean yeah just to put a to add to that. Propaganda is not about the facts or details about the attitudes created so tucker doesn't care about the details of if texas actually has some sort of texas. I mean we don't really have time to get into it. But there's the texas tribune article about how much they've ceded to the market on things and at the scarcity of energy because it's good for certain people with money that like to trade these things and by the way this has been happening over the weekend this kind of propaganda effort and it's gonna continue in cable news is still going to be talking about most cable news non-fox and the news in general kinda trying to to squeeze every last drop out of the trump era and cunanan talk about that constantly and then in a week. Forty percent of the country is going to believe that wind turbines frozen wind turbines and green energy caused this disaster that we're seeing in texas this deadly disaster. Where nearly thirty people have died that we know about already people freezing to death in their homes and they're going to think that's because of green energy because the media were so silent and also because the right wing media. They did it quick. They got themselves together. And this is the effort that they're putting forth and it's effective. Unfortunately for all of us we are going to take a quick break and when we come back we're going to be joined by john fetterman so folks. I think you know that i am. I am a little bit. I've gotten a little bit obsessed with dental hygiene obsessed. But i've gotten very very conscientious about it in my older years as i've gotten longer in the tooth as it were i think that's you get what i'm saying there so What do you do you brush right and you gotta brush. Well you floss. This is hugely important and boy. Do i have a great new flooring system. But i'll get to that in a second. Well what about chewing gum. Yeah gum is completely underrated when it comes to better. Oral health the ada. The american dental association recommends chewing sugar free gum for twenty minutes after meals. Well so what. Do i do to maintain this entire program of dental health. I turned to quip. That's right you know quip. They make the very cool toothbrushes that are super convenient to use and electric and so they clean your teeth well and they also make what i happen to think is the greatest invention i have ever seen which is a the The the foster they make a non disposable flaw sir they have not had me read about that yet but they sent it to me. And i'm sorry i'm obsessed with it. Well they also now have gum quits. New gum is actually good for your health and it comes in a dispenser that is gonna remind you of one of those pez dispensers. Yes it's awesome. It's like It's it's like a peds dispenser to describe it. one press. The gums comes shooting out. It's awesome my kids. love it into chewing gum. I only let them chew sugarless of course and his pez dispenser drops out makes it fun. Also i can carry it in my pocket. And i don't have to worry about pulling the gum out and seeing that it's got all sorts of length in it and stuff like that quip gum can help prevent cavities. And of course it. 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"fetterman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"fetterman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Today's program. Welcome everybody to the show We have a great show for you today. We started a little bit early. Because john fetterman a very promising candidate for the united states. Senate is going to be joining us at twelve fifteen and we want to accommodate that. Because i'm very excited about that interview. he's a true progressive and has a real shot in pennsylvania. But firstly we have to touch on the inordinate amount of propaganda coming out of the right wing When it comes to the power outages that we're seeing throughout the country in texas specifically greg abbott. The governor of texas went on fox news last night blaming green energy. He got the memo from breitbart from the wall street journal from fox news from all the right wing media that has decided to basically coordinate and attack on green energy that is entirely counterfactual not connected to reality at all. He got that memo and recurred regurgitated at last night cry contradicting his own energy. Department on sean. Hannity's program s oil old-fashioned oil and coal against nuclear energy. Either i'm not against wind turbines but my question is if these rolling blackouts and you got freezing weather. I mean and not reliable. It's use to lose it. What good is it so in this shows how the green new deal would be deadly the open. The united states of america texas is blessed with multiple sources of energy such as natural gas and oil and nuclear as well as solar and win. But you saw from what trey said and that is our win in our solar got down and they were collectively more than ten percent of our power grid and that thrust texas into a situation where it was lacking power and we got to cut in here. Eighty seven percent of the loss was down. Two things like natural gas pipes. freezing right. thirteen percent was because of renewables. Eighty seven percent is because fossil fuel stuff. So i mean he says ten percent there but then continues to blame it purely on green energy and then keep going. We'll we'll break it down after power grid. And that thrust texas into a situation where it was lacking power in a statewide basis that was power that was spread out by that organization the organization that you were talking about as a result Just shows that fossil fuel is necessary for the state of texas as well as other states to make sure that we were a will be able to heat our homes in the wintertime and cooler homes. It actually shows the opposite dude because your own energy department as i mentioned before. The clip rolled stated the outages were primarily overwhelmingly because a frozen devices at natural gas and coal facilities and even nuclear facilities. Not because of the ten percent that you side. I mean he steps on his own point there by pointing out that it is a tenth of the energy that they produce and part of the problem too. Is that air cot which is texas's power grid. It was set up to avoid federal regulation because the federal government has the ability to monitor and control in some ways and regulate interstate electrical grid jurisdiction over that right but because texas just did it within their own state and it didn't cross state lines. They were able to kind of run rampant and do whatever they wanted with air cod. And so what do you know without that federal regulation. It was entirely unprepared and it doesn't even cover. All of texas to el paso is on another grade. I believe some of east texas on another grid. So it's both inefficient ineffective and obviously what greg abbott is saying is a complete lie. Not that you want to jump in there. It's a desperate life or the industries that put people into places like texas legislatures. Here's just a bit more. Arcot expected to get low capacity factors from wind and solar during winter peak demand. What it didn't expect is over. Twenty gigawatts of outages from thermal mostly natural gas power. Plants went over this yesterday. But this is literally fracking infrastructure freezing in the pipes like this is an they need to go on offense about this because i mean this stuff and crumbling down by rights doyle industry should be destroyed because of it's not serving us and so they have to lie about. It's i mean the biggest lie of my lifetime. It's been the lies about climate change right and this is just a continuation in a more desperate version of that well absolutely and We're not just seeing it from politicians. As i mentioned.

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"fetterman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:22 min | 3 months ago

"fetterman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"This Fetterman character, Your lieutenant government has thrown his hand in for the Senate race. He's a really compelling guy looks like a tough, tough liberal. Um, yeah, John Fetterman. I mean, he's a bit of a celebrity candidate. He's kind of a darling of the Hollywood crowd and the progressive crowd. He is not the kind of person who matches up with the electorate in Pennsylvania, which is older, sort of more working class. I mean, he likes to portray himself of the working class guy, but I mean, he's really more of a Hollywood guy I think is gonna have a hard time winning. It's gonna be dependent on who the Republicans put up. They put up a decent candidate. I think Federman is going to have trouble. We have plenty of money, but I think he's gonna have a hard time closing the deal with Pennsylvania voters. On the Democratic side. Is he the heir apparent? Is he the the nomination? I mean, he might have some minor opposition, but I think of cruise to the nomination of quite easily. Wow. Big guy. I mean, he just stark. He is his stark looking man. There's no doubt about it monsters stitched together. Yeah, and he would embrace that he'd say, Yeah, that's who I am, and that's who I am. Yeah, He certainly doesn't look like a shrinking violet. Which is the way a lot of liberals are portrayed. You know, by Republicans, as you know, any waste, you know, Uh uh, You know, guys who just can't defend themselves as Fetterman looks like you could strangle you with one hand. He's a very Ford aggressive guy, and, you know he's got some charisma bottom and, you know he knows how to play the room. So I mean, he'll be a strong candidate. I just don't think he's really in touch with the with the electorate in the state is more of a Hollywood candidate. He thought and thank you for your time again. The CD we don't much appreciate it. Read your next piece of the hill dot com. Thanks job Coming up shortly have six o'clock, go to a D. C. To talk to a chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel from Fox News get the latest from the trial. Do a the second trial of Donald Trump. And if you'd like to join me, I got some time for your calls and your thoughts on 3125918900 now at 5 47 checking traffic.

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"fetterman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:30 min | 3 months ago

"fetterman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The most important And the country that were born in Is the best. Great to have you with us, 800 to 822882. If you want to be on the program here is a couple of sound bites to illustrate a couple of points that I have been making all day. On the program specifically in the last hour. First up is the lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania is name is John Fetterman. He was on the CNN with Poppy Harlow. Some show called CNN newsroom on Friday. She had a question for him. She said, Mr Lieutenant Governor. It sounds like you sounds like you don't think Twitter made the right decision by taking the president off the platform. Is that right, saying that Pennsylvania was rigged or that we were trying to steal the election? Unquote. That's a lie and that you do not have the right that is not protected speech. The second, those tweets went up. They should have been deleted. That's not the platform in someone. It's deleting lies that are yelling fire in a crowded theater when there is none, and there's a difference that is not protected speech. No. One Republican Democrat whatever has the right To say those kind of incendiary lies who gets to crawl in lies? Who is this magnificent personage sitting somewhere who gets to proclaim that whatever, Trump said about Pennsylvania is lies. But more importantly, Lieutenant governor Federal what the hell did you people do for four years? If not lie. About Trump colluding with Russians to steal the 2016 election. When everybody knows it was Hillary Clinton that did exactly that. You guys still haven't conceded the 2016 electro? Yeah, Hillary may have but you haven't You're justifying everything. You're doing that Donald Trump on the basis of a lie that you can't stop telling. And nobody is deep platform in you. And nobody is taking your tweets down. And nobody's even suggesting that your tweets Lieutenant Governor Federman, come down. The Democrat Party has spent the last four years lying about the 2016 election. How in the world is what you people are continuing to do any different than what President Trump is saying about Pennsylvania Today? You guys started all of this. You guys on the Democrat side with the media are the people who got it all rolling that the American electoral system has been torched. That it has lost its honor and integrity. You're the ones for four years with never ending reports in the New York Times your Bible and it's CNN, The Washington Post. Your old testament that all of this that happened was undoubtedly true. You have put everything on your side up to the Test of legitimacy and you have claimed the Trump colluded with Putin. You said that he was a traitor. You said that he was an agent of Vladimir Putin, You said, and you never had a scintilla of evidence. Mr Lieutenant Governor, The Mueller report came up with a flat out Nothing. There was no need for the Mueller report. There was never any evidence that Trump had done anything. For Donald Trump for a couple of weeks or a month talks about how Pennsylvania may have been compromised. And you think somebody has sitting up on high determining that's a lie. And for that, Donald Trump needs to have those tweets taken down. But nobody is suggesting it. Any of your lives be taken down. Nobody's even suggesting that what you guys said for four years, his lies except people like me. But you don't have any evidence. And nobody made a move to shut you down. Nobody made a move to the platform. You nobody made a move to Take your so called offending tweets down that one of you said, hear you saying Pennsylvania was rigged or that we were trying to steal the election? That's a lie. What you say about Donald Trump for four years and counting. Lieutenant Governor Fetterman. You don't have that right? It's not protected Speech. What protected you for four years? And counting. Oh, The New York Times reporter. I'm sorry, The New York Times reporting it legitimizes it. No. The New York Times reporting it. Does nothing but slam the reputation of The New York Times. The second, Those tweets went up from the president. They should have been deleted. I could say the same thing about the never ending lies from John Clapper from from Clapper from John Brennan. From Comey. From Hillary Climbing the list is never ending. The number of people who consistently lied struck strokes. Merck Lisa Paige. That whole FBI combine all And yet Nobody made a move to take your tweets down or two. Suggest The New York Times not be able to report what they've reporting because I didn't have any evidence. They lied about the fact that they had evidence. This is exactly what if you descent You're a domestic terrorist folks, If you if you descend from whatever it is the Democrat Party today believes They are claiming they have a right to shut you down to delete your tweets. 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"fetterman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"fetterman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The massive security presence in Washington, D. C ahead of the inauguration includes federal, state and local law enforcement, as well as National Guard personnel from across the map actually have a full 50 states or contributing all three of our territories and obviously here in the district performing as well. That's General Daniel are Hoke. It's in the National Guard bureau chief. There's also concern at state capitals about the potential for violence. Pennsylvania's loot Governor John Fetterman says they're ready. There been many, many protests over the last couple months. It's right there under the steps there in our capital and the governor, my governor shut down the Capitol complex, so it's not even open to the public or anybody at this point. President elect Biden said Friday he feels safe about taking the oath of office outdoors. A new memo Saturday from the incoming White House chief of staff Ron claim lays out the plans for the president elect's 1st 10 days in office on his first day right after the inauguration, then President Biden plans to sign around a dozen executive orders, including rejoining the Paris agreement, telling the Department of Education to extend the paws on student loan payments. Reverse the travel ban on mainly Muslim countries and order a mask mandate on federal property and interstate travel as part of his 100 Day masking challenge. Alex Stone, ABC News Washington President elect has pledged to improve the Corona virus vaccine rollout. Maybe she's Trevor also some governors here, accusing the Trump Administration of lying about vaccines earlier this week. Departing Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Days are saying Maura doses were on the way. But the reserve second doses he was talking about had all Already been shipping out for weeks. There is no surplus and governors across the country are outraged Governor Andrew Cuomo, saying seven million New Yorkers are now eligible for their shot. The state is only receiving 250,000 doses next week. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1.

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Wall Street fears volatility long after election day

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:18 min | 7 months ago

Wall Street fears volatility long after election day

"Let's start with election chaos kate I'll start with you is. That the thing that would cause markets to bulk like there has been this this increasing conversation about expectations of volatility. If there is a contested election, what does it mean for among other things the economy? Well. You know as I think a lot of us who cover the economy like to point out the stock market isn't the economy, but it's a really important. Part of it is important signals that it sends and right now I think that what we're hearing and seeing and a number of different ways is that Yeah Wall Street is getting nervous I. I. Remember a few weeks ago getting an analyst note from a research firm here in DC laying out all the various scenarios of what might happen and what kind of chaos it could trigger and it just seemed kind of surreal reading it and I asked one of the authors and he said we're just getting so many questions from our investor clients about this issue, they want to know what is going to happen. They WANNA be prepared. You know typically in history. We've had one one of two scenarios either Republican Windsor a Democrat wins in this time it's not clear or you know may we might might not be clear who the winner is for some time maybe the president could challenge legitimacy of the election. There's there's a lot that could happen in Wall Street does not like uncertainty. Yeah Gino what does it mean? If Wall Street starts to get nervous not that I think Wall Street's GonNa Swoop into the rescue here but you know what could that lead to? You know I think it's interesting because this isn't a scenario in which it's really easy to just come up with an immediate solution given enough pressure. You know it is probably the case that we are not going to happen immediate conclusion to the vote count where we're likely not going to know who won on election day, and that's not really a changeable fact. So some some period of uncertainty lies ahead of us I think the real question is whether this election ends up being contested I. think that's clearly the thing that makes investors most nervous right now and I I just don't know what happens in that. Instance because you don't see situation where it would really be in anybody's interest you know there's there's no, it's it's not obvious that a real plummet in stock prices would be the thing that would prompt president trump not to contest this election. Since you know presumably he he would only be contesting if he had already lost and so I think there's there's really opened brushes some real reasons for legal to be nervous in it. That's why you are seeing what keep mench in which is just you know investors increasingly kind of scratching their heads and and looking toward the future with a lot of a lot of uncertainty. Right. Well, the other thing that's happening with all of this uncertainty exacerbated by of course, the Supreme Court fight is is that Congress has I. Think has been pretty effectively taken off the ball with respect to relief, right? Kate. What happens if if literally no more help comes from Congress on top of everything else. That's right I mean it seems like there's a there's perhaps a bigger risk from that scenario for the economy right You know there might be some turbulence around or after the election we don't know what that looks like or how long stock market turbulence. But for the for the fundamentals of the economy we are right now in this period seems really critical. People are trying to figure out what is happening right now what what are we going to see in the data because of course in? The end of July these enhanced unemployment insurance benefits expired and I think that a lot of people who had been receiving those maybe they'd managed to save up some money. They were drying down savings. We didn't see an immediate drop off from the expiration of those benefits, but there are definitely signs that things are slowing and You know we've heard from a number of economists on. We heard it again from Fetterman Jay Powell this week that you know eventually with Out. More fiscal support we're probably going to start to see the negative effects from some of that relief and it's not just uninsured and empl unemployment insurance. It's you know extending credit for small businesses. It might be you know around another round of stimulus checks just to help give people a little more of a cushion. So those are things that both sides want but there are some bigger issues that are kind of keeping them from coming together on this effort DOES THIRTY SECONDS LEFT GINA? Where do you think whereas the urgency? What's IT GONNA. Take. Yeah I mean I think it is a really interesting question what we have seen some sort of centrist Democrats in moderate Democrats really starting to get a little bit nervous in maybe push for some sort of compromise which I think is probably the best hope for compromise before the election I've not heard that we're GonNa get there an instance that we don't. You know there are real risks for the economy ahead. If we do not as as Keith mentioned if we do not have some more spending here I think it's one thing that's worth noting. I think a lot of people are taking comfort in pretty solid economic data right now but. A lot of American households build up solid savings buffers off the spending that happened earlier, and now that is kind of getting worn down in. So at some point in time that they will get through that. Kate Davidson at the Wall Street Journal and Genus smiling at the New York. Times. Thanks so much you too. Thank you. Thanks smelly.

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"fetterman" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"fetterman" Discussed on Amanpour

"The outcome at the end of the book were sort of left with. What are we learning here right or we we did they get their travis sort of learned from this entire thing is he gonNA be a changed? Man Did the employees sort of feel chastened and decide to turn over a new leaf or travis is a billionaire three times over at this point a lot of the he's working on a new startup he's still in good company he's still goes to the met gala here and invests alongside of blue chip venture capital firms. I believe he's hired a number of the employees who are who were were pushed out guber for bad behavior for his new company right so I'm not sure how much she has learned except maybe to keep his profile much lower. We're at this new startup that he was working on. Just to sort of keep cover from from a press scrutiny. But I don't know you know I wonder I do wonder if it's a sea change in the valley right now I talked to a lot of younger tech founders. Who essentially say look? I don't want to build the same company that Uber built. I want to I want to build. I want you think about culture and ethics in the company from much earlier on just so when we if we're lucky enough to get big we don't have to worry about similar problems. So maybe there is a lesson learned so the new CEO on this program said that Uber's business model is sustainable. Is it dark houser Shahi former. CEO of Expedia Uber's new CEO. Joe His thesis is that ultimately. We're going to get to a point of costs sort of stabilizing in coming down and we'll start to turn a profit in more markets because we don't have to subsidize rides fighting against different competitors in every country. The problem with that is they're pushing headlong into the food delivery business right now. which is I I would say? It's where ridesharing was five or six years ago. It's very expensive. There's a lot of people competing and companies that are willing to lose lose money on every every delivery essentially in order to gain market share. So it keeps kind of kicking the can down the road on wind profitability is going to come and you know he can say that they have a path to profitability. And they're saying I think twenty twenty one is when they're aiming to become profitable but it's hard because they're still trying to grow and they're losing money on all the businesses that they're breaking into so I'm I will wait to see it to believe it. How dealing with the drivers and the and the pushback they've been receiving for them for so long and one one of the things that happened very quickly was the ability to add tips right? That was something that drivers wanted. But what else are they doing to try to keep drivers happy because whether their employees are not. If you don't don't have drivers you don't have a service totally I think. One of the biggest oversights or liabilities really of Travis's era essentially was seeing drivers as disposable consensually. If don't drivers well if we don't really care about yanking around their pay all the time and talking about some of their concerns than we can always is get new ones quickly. The Uber Realized Dara has sort of made it a priority to change the relationship drivers over time you've started to offer them some unlimited of advice on how to handle tax preparation or at least giving them different advisors there or sending them to medical medical benefits plans that they can go find on their own. It's a real difficulty because if they help them too much it's almost as they are treating them like employees which again they don't want to do but if they don't help them enough then the drivers are GonNa get upset and say. Hey you're mistreating us so they're trying. They're they're doing this program of change and we value our drivers but it's always going to be tense because they only can value them. You know so much. What about the concerns of passengers have had over ride safety? I the ninety nine point nine percent of these ridesharing apps and the rides at happen are fine and they're safe but even just given the volume even if it's that point one percent that's a lot of rides a lot of bad experiences We've had reports of sexual assault and rape In Uber Vehicles Goals by drivers. What's the company doing? But I think you nailed it on on the scale idea right not just do but any of these companies if you're doing doing let's say millions of rides a day or for facebook billions of pieces of content today or whatever even just a fraction of that is is a a lot of people. It affects a lot of people right so I think something companies will never say is that you can never fully get rid of rid of this. Because that's just how the world works. But what they do is they try to minimize as much as possible in. So Uber has come out to their credit. Have come out. With a number of different safety mechanisms that never existed assisted in the APP for very long time. There's ways to send your location to people so they know where you're going on the way to your ride. There's an essentially panic antic button. That can call nine one one if you feel unsafe for dangerous or or you go off in a different direction. There's a way to for the company to detect if the drivers going off route for a period of extended period of time which might mean some irregular activities. So they built in some more mechanisms and they're putting more people on the safety team so I will give him credit for that but I mean any any anyone who operates a company that served bit literal billions of people recognizes that you can never get something one hundred percent safe. Does the GIG economy work. I mean because there is now an Uber for everything right you can and get your tasks done you can get lots of different services where contractors come in and fill the gap what is the ripple effect on our economy. If that is a legitimate avenue for people to go find employment. I think there's a few things going on. I think one you you know. In the wake of Uber. There was essentially an uber for everything after after that and it with any sort of wave of startups I think a lot will fail a lot or kind of destined the failed just because the business model doesn't work for everything it's not infinitely repeatable so I think that wave is starting to hit some walls. You're starting to see task. Grab it was bought by Kia because it might not have been enough of a standalone business. But I think the ones that do make it it really does change how we think about work and employment. It's an how people kind of existence cities I'm thinking about. All the delivery food delivery companies. Now that has an effect on local business. It has an effect on retail restaurants where people might not be walking in and coming off the street anymore just because they can sit at home and watch Netflix over their delivery that they just got for for for less than the actual cost because the food delivery companies are trying to win and give you cheaper meals so there are really different effects that this has or Amazon is on which is essentially replaced malls at this point and indefinitely had an effect on retail. So I think it changes. What Main Street looks like it? Changes how we get services and how how we think about these services should work but I do think I do think we should recognize the costs in that and see who affects and in the case was taxi drivers in the in case of Amazon. It's retailers and shops. In the case of food delivery its its littoral restaurants that upheaval as a cost and I think people can at least recognize that the through line between all three of those types of examples that you just gave is that we end up valuing our convenience more than thinking about what those ripple effects are if the people that are working in the restaurant go away if the people that are working in the malls go away if the people that are working in taxis go away. Yes I think it really abstracts. It's kind of like climate changing away right the like the. The big pictures really abstracted from the immediate effects of this one thing. That's right in front of you at the moment. Like maybe Amazon is very bad for the environment in the way that they can ship thousands millions of cardboard packages every day. But all I know is that I WANNA get my paper towels toilet paper with it within eighteen hours if I press one button right and you. It's almost like the system is built to abstract the cost of what you're doing because it's so much larger under and so I don't want to be too cynical because I do think we're in a moment. Now where people are starting to think more about these effects and and what they can do individually to change them but it's it's hard when when all you have to do is press a button and it's much more convenient than it's ever been before Mike. Isaac thanks much. Yeah thanks for having me and finally remember a towering icon of American cinema and one of the last living actors of Hollywood's Golden Age Kirk. Douglas passed away on Wednesday at the age of one hundred three throughout his career. Hit Start in beloved epics spots and the bad and the beautiful. A few years ago I spoke to his son the actor and producer Michael Douglas and he told me how his father's breakout role as a box. I am the champion showcased. His trademark intensity and the champion. He played a heavyweight. Fighter follows way to the top. And I think that's we're that that chopping sort of true he's chopping down his back. Molars and fighting through scenario kind of began and that was the personification of inner rage that to explode and was very very powerful on screen a and used it very well scary as a kid. Yeah yeah sure. He had he had a lot of never been quite sure where I come. I'm from. I've talked to him a little bit. You know he's the white Russian I think he was probably perceived as not being Jewish. I think he probably saw a lot of Anti Semitism In his lifetime people not acknowledging or thinking the actually was Jewish but he it was that same energy Asia incredible stamina that tenacity that sets a struggle. It served him very well where they probably don't know about it is as much as is his humanitarian efforts that he's made in his life and his his beliefs in tickle Newmann or trying to repair the world a better place and through a year of of acquiring a large fortune. He's now basically giving it all away to charity charity into other. He's overcome all sorts of strokes in helicopter. Crashes and all of that so kirk. Douglas was the child of Russian John. Jews who left Belarus to find a better life in the United States. And he used that impetus to become Hollywood's biggest and brightest star. That isn't for now. Oh you can always catch us online on our podcast and across social media. Thank you for watching and goodbye from New York..

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"fetterman" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"fetterman" Discussed on Amanpour

"Pennsylvania provide thousands of jobs but we can also incentivize and know that we are transitioning Over to clean energy because no one on our party at this point argues the real threat that climate change poses to our world. So let me ask you on the economic level and. I wonder if it's a story that that that you lieutenant governor or the governor or the Democratic candidates can tell the economic story because let's face visit fracking is not a great economic story his fingers it's incredibly capital intensive You know companies are still trying to prove that they can actually make money money because now they are not turning huge profits. Many companies rely heavily on Wall Street's willingness to continue to find them from them and in fact one of the hedge fund managers puts it this way. The industry has a very bad history of money going into it and never coming out of it That must be important for somebody in your state. And is that an economic argument you can use as you make a transition eventually to tell people you know and the president is making the opposite argument eh sheets. It's great for money and for you know for jobs and all the rest of it well it again. It's it's a complicated argument and the but the the reality is is that Pennsylvania. I believe Pennsylvania's going to pick the next president and I believe in an election results recently in two thousand nineteen bear that out and and I believe Banning an industry overnight on day. One of the office. I doesn't isn't compatible necessarily with that spirit and I say that as a progressive recipe and I say that as someone who's never taken a dime from the industry and would never do so. I I think you lose the importance of the the the industry in a state like Pennsylvania. And what that allows president trump to do in weaponized that and to create an environment. Where a lot of these industries trees? It's not just fracking. Feel that these workers have no alternative other than to go in the direction that maybe they don't even necessarily want to but you know we as Democrats win election soundly the way the governor and I did in two thousand eighteen by embracing and protecting and advancing the union way of Life Ah honoring organized Labor in Pennsylvania. And because we have to remember. We all can't work at Google or any of these other high tech jobs you. There has to be production and manufacturing and energy and in my state Red County Pennsylvania powers and feeds Blue Blue County Pennsylvania and there's an interdependence and the argument that we have that's being made divides us when we as a party and need to unite behind our eventual nominee. And make sure Donald Trump is a one term president because I fundamentally believe that Pennsylvania's going to be a margin play and without Pennsylvania so Vania in president trump's corner. I don't believe he has a realistic plausible path. To two seventy. It is absolutely fascinating. Thank you so much for joining me. Lieutenant Governor Federal and and also leave and horn manager Avin grid renewables. Thank you both very much. Thank you thank you. For many years now Yuba has changed the way many of us live not just in the United States but also around the world and the way we socialize and work but the company has faced a series of scandals from safety complaints to to the ousting of its first CEO and few know it better than Mike is it. The New York Times Tech reporter has been covering the ride hailing company for years his first book super pumped the battle. FUCA presented the dramatic rise and fall of a stop that came to symbolize everything wrong with silicon valley now while the currency CEO has enacted wide reforms in the company. Is it tells a hurry strain of us. How Uber should be a cautionary tale for corporate greed and the limits of the GIG economy? You covered uber for a long time. What is significant about Uber? What did they figure out? I think it was something something about a you know if you can remember back in two thousand nine two thousand ten it was this moment where smartphones were just starting to become you know a device a computer in everyone's pocket wireless and you know high speed. Connectivity was becoming more common in different cities and the idea that you can you know it seems crazy. In retrospect now that you can call a car from your phone is was pretty revolutionary right. Then it gave people the idea that maybe the power of the Internet and the power of the smartphone can can be much larger than just texting or messaging with your friends or logging onto facebook and sharing photos as you report out. They weren't the only ones that were trying to think about rethinking transportation right. They weren't the first one. So how did they succeed. How did they get so big so fast? I think in the valley in Silicon Valley. It's not about being the first. It's about being the best or executing the best you know so you know facebook. It was not the first social network to be there. There was friendster is in my space of the world. It's just about making the right moves to secure your dominance as a company and I I think for Uber. It was about being really basically really cutthroat from the very beginning you know Travis. Kalanick's was the CEO of the company for nine nine or so years and his whole philosophy. was you know. Don't take no don't even don't ask for a don't ask permission. Ask forgiveness really right. Just go into cities and really. Don't even ask forgiveness just barge into cities if you can remember at the time ridesharing had no regulatory framework around it and weather city governments. Want us there or not. We're going to operate and normal people who uses APP. Once we put it in their hands will get the magic of of it and be be enthralled enough to want us there and you know for most for most for all intensive purposes at actually worked for at least a significant period of time so they would just barrel into the city's not ask permission and then what happens they could find from the city but by that time there's already a bunch of users there's and much of money I mean you know. Talk About Uber. Going into hundreds of cities around the United States this point cities barely have have the ability to enforce parking or or different sorts of of rules around their local government. Much less catch. You know a bunch of different people driving different cars around the city. There was no real enforcement around it so in cities like. Let's say Portland. They would try to do these stings and maybe pull over drivers drivers by catching the cars but every time it was kind of like an arms race every time the regulators tried to catch Uber Uber tried to outsmart the regulars regulators by I using some different form of technology to do that and I think the the where it got tricky and ultimately. What would be Uber's undoing doing was how far should you go when you're pressing when you're bending those rules and ultimately are you getting to a point where you're maybe breaking the law are going going beyond what you you should be doing? How much of this was travis? Impact on the company his fingerprint on the corporate culture. I mean look I think in Silicon Valley. It's it's always about move fast break things it's always about you have to sort of you know. Incumbent companies are not going to just hand over there territory to you right you have to sort of press and and be willing to to push it so I think that ethos Israeli instilled in a lot of young tech founders. That said Travis was one of these people who you had to win right like he had to go to all lengths to to essentially dominate the industry and it wasn't going to be uber versus lift or Uber. ooh lifted an UBER IN D in China or Uber and Ola in India. Who's just going to be owns the world? Because that's how travis sort of how to operate and I think that win at all costs mentality ultimately just trickled down to the entire company and I think really for every founder founder of a company that. Da is key it kind of sets the tone from the top down on how companies supposed to operate and you could argued for awhile. It really worked for Uber. Like pushing into a lot of these cities without taking no for answer did make them sort of become ubiquitous until it didn't until will employees would do things that eventually caused them. Scrutiny by the Department of Justice that that that that may have gone too far so what happened to the early investors the board why were they not able to rein in this culture. I think this is the power dynamic that has always been a push and pull in Silicon Valley right in in early days in in the time of the. This is Mark Zuckerberg or Larry Page and Sergei Brand Google the idea that the founder as the sort of God head cult-like figur- your person who can come in and have a real vision was really popular is right. I think Steve Jobs was really kind of one of the pioneers of of that idea. Like you have this person who has a vision and the board of directors shouldn't be too meddlesome because you don't WanNa mess up a good thing essentially and and I really think Zuckerberg and page and brin made that even more popular over time and over time as a VC venture cappos wanted to invest in companies. They would essentially give more power to founders of these companies. And in the case of. Let's say in the best case scenario you let's say Zuckerberg pre twenty sixteen. You build a billion multi billion dollar company. That's doing really well. And in the worst case scenario of let's say a Travis County or Uber you have a founder who amid multiple scandals amid reckless behavior internally and multiple federal investigations. You're not able to remove that founder removed CEO because ultimately they ceded a lot of the power over over to him in in the way the corporate structure worked. So how did that perfect storm happened. I mean it kind of seemed to be post. The trump presidency beginning beginning. There seemed to be a focus on inequality and worker rights. There seems to be also the rise of the METOO movement as right. So what were the factors that actually we made these big struggles tuber significant enough where he had to leave. He had to be ousted. I it was perfect. Storm is exact right word. I think If you remember back in Pre Twentieth Sixteen Tech did not really have the level of scrutiny. That it does right now you know so yeah exactly right it was. It was founders on the cover of magazines and they were sort of an idealized version of what it meant to go into tech and facebook was on the list of top ten companies to work for years on end and then post really post trump's election. We started see questions about how tech work right Maybe a Russian influence campaigns are putting disinformation inside of facebook. And we aren't really aware of it or maybe we shouldn't be creating these models of of hybrid work that have eroded worker protections over over a long period of time or maybe women are being badly mistreated in these companies and not really having any voice to say and so I think at this one moment and beginning this was sort of like the seeds of rumblings rumblings of early metoo that would come later in two thousand seventeen at this moment. I think Uber became really the poster child for how bad tech bad behavior in tech can be right. It was and a lot of different scandals came out for the company. At once. If you remember Susan Fowler an employee at the company when he published this link the blog post that said essentially she had suffered really bad mistreatment and sexual harassment at the hands of her managers is Sorta so does she got there and and I think that broke the dam open for for a lot of different scandals to come out given all of the bad behavior. That's been documented mended about Travis through the investigations. I mean there was basically a sort of very high level investigation. That kind of went into this here. He is now no longer with the company. Incredibly wealthy at all of the early founders and employees of Uber who might have been part of the problem problem. What was the consequence right? This is the the you know..

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'Light a candle': Death of Chinese doctor sparks mourning, anger

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

'Light a candle': Death of Chinese doctor sparks mourning, anger

"The Chinese doctor who warned about the corona virus back in early January has now done eight weeks ago he was visited by please send sanctioned full remembering his death is one of over six hundred and thirty nine reported the number of infections as climbed over thirty one thousand Beijing is lashing out at countries imposing travel ban saying they quit selling panic keeping China's one point four billion people Fetterman amid the growing outbreak is one of the ruling communist party's vital challenges Beck's Kalindi has all those details for now food is piled on shelves with Beijing asking local authorities to ensure supplies of greens and edible oil to prevent shortages panic buying or price spikes saying release items from reserves if necessary it says there's enough rice and wheat in government stockpiles to feed the public four year but other products present a bigger challenge as China relies on imports for some foods especially soybeans and edible

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"fetterman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"fetterman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Early. This morning. The Hannity promo makes me think about my friend, Sean Hannity. I'm proud to say I've known Sean for gosh. Almost twenty five years, and he is as genuine in person as you could want. So when CNN calls him the co president I bristle because that's just a that's not journalism CNN that's an attack on a good guy before we went away Franken. I we're talking about the progressives who are trying to push impeachment, and we played a clip from Maxine Waters. And. No, I was going to go to call our buddy Luigi in eastern shore is on the phone. Good morning. Luigi welcome. You're you're a big fan of Maxine Waters. I'm guessing. Oh, yeah. Let me tell you what first of all what makes you happy new year everybody. Happy new year. And I wanted to ask. Frank what he's going to have another one barbecues out there. Yeah. Frank. We're working on something right now won't be a barbecue out there Andy Nelson's, but we're looking at. Anthony, he's over. Beautiful place. We're working with Eddie apple filled right now on doing something in February perhaps where we'll have. Some of the the old timers from the radio and TV business. We're looking we're hoping to get Richard share in Don, Scott, and rob Robertson, maybe a couple of others out there. We'll just you know, have some fun kicking things and good food. Yeah. So we'll see you there. Then we'll we'll let you know happened. Operator. Well, try get max Maxine did join us too. These people. They need what we need to do over there. Hard. Fetterman runs batted roundabout battle Washington. I'm sick of. Well, we're with you on that Luigi where there's a lot of people with me. Believe me a lot of veteran. Funny Luigi, the we're at a crossroads in this country right now, you can see where we're no longer talking about the Liberal Democrats that you're you, and I and our parents and grandparents grew up with they were pretty you know, we disagreed, but they were pretty sane compared to the nuts. The Dow represent the democrat party. Yeah. I would I would imagine. There are still registered Democrats today a whore and Barish by some of this. And this is the reason why more and more Democrats, they haven't changed party affiliation. But they voted for Trump the last time around. Right. You know? I don't know if you've noticed I've thought I told you before my grandmother. Alexandro Sandra the old man, Tommy. She's a cousin of mine. Tommy, Douglas, Andrew. The old man. Tommy, the elder as they call it. So why weren't you invited to the swearing in yesterday? Would it be great to have you up there? Yeah. Yeah. Be there because I'd have four. I know listen, I I knew. What's your name? Nancy Douglas, Andro who was the the former mayor and congressman's wife, I knew through political. Back for my my well, actually, my uncle was the speaker of the house at one time, and you know, he was allied with congressman Douglas, Andrew, I think was ruining perhaps for the US Senate at the time. School. I went to school with Joey Dulles Andro. That's Nancy Pelosi's, brother. And of course, everybody knows Nikki Dallas Andro. Yeah. Brothers. So it was it was a good family. But I don't know what happened the Nancy's. You goes out there to the left coast and gets wacko. Gene. Four and everything else that I go. There you go. Yeah. She's been privilege for years and years and years. Well, thank you Luigi have a great rest of your new year. It's seven forty four. Talkradio six eighty with traffic and weather first, let's check in with our other man of white.

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"fetterman" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"fetterman" Discussed on Tech News Today

"MacWorld. So if people wanna find your your hands on, they can get to through six colors but also find it on that world. Jason, it's a real pleasure to get you on the show. Thank you for joining us. Thank you Philip Jason and thanking too. We'll talk to you censor. So far we don't have are flying cars or jet packs just yet, but we have the next best thing stuff that comes straight to us and emergency. That's the idea behind one startup called jetpack. That helps deliver almost anything to college students on campus. Fetterman deco is an engineer and entrepreneur, and founder of jetpack. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me excited. We we're, we've been trying to get you on for a while. You have a great startup story. Let's start with just a little bit of your background. You grew up in New York, but where were you before that? Right? So I was born in Mali. A lot of people may not know Timbuktu's there. I was born in Mali came to New York City when I was five years old, and that's when I started learning English. I started watching my dad, build computers, ended up going to Columbia in the city as well. And then you know, my journey began from there, so. So what do you remember about your dad building PC's? What are your memories of that? So I, I remember seeing a motherboard for the first time and I so intrigued. I had never seen a piece of hardware like that before. I'm so inquisitive asking so many questions about how it sit into the larger CPU, which the time was like the size of me as a kid and. As it as you've been. Imagine if you know you come to the United States without learning any English, you're gonna have a lot of questions about everything around you. So even things like going to them use park, you know questions started to follow. How does that work? You know, how does the rollercoaster get us back down once we're up there? How are you building the computer together? And I think that just started the series of just being a really prolific noticed her and one who just ask questions. I'd say that's really where it began. And I mean, you know, it's not just a matter. It sounds like from your story, not just a matter of noticing how these things work, but then also, you know, as any good entrepreneur has the curiosity of that stuff, but then the idea to actually take that and implemented. I mean, this jetpack is not your first thing. You know your first project is my best box as well. Like, I don't know. What do you attribute to your ability to take all that and then have the confidence to than step forward and make it a reality, make it happen. No, that's a really phenomenal question. I had a technical mentor Proctor and gamble where while I was there, I was on a an armed e group of five technologists where we were coming up with products, three to ten years away for market, and one of my technical mentors at the time, phenomenal innovator one of the lead inventors of both Switzer and head and shoulders. He would always say that great ideas happen when two old ideas come together for the first time. And for me, that was really powerful because it reinforced this idea that you do not have to be the most brilliant person or the person to think of something before anyone you know, thinks of it. But rather notice and inefficiency in once face and then find the solution and another. And as we were saying about being a notice and being inquisitive and Hosking the question, why a lot of. That helped me start just piece things together from different places. So you were at Proctor and gamble, and then you went to Stanford for graduate school. Is that where you came up with the idea for pack? Yes, actually, I left Procter and gamble began working on the idea. My dad at the time. He was like, wait, sear, leaving PG to sell to paste out of back path. And I was like, Yup, but I tell..

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"fetterman" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"fetterman" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

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"fetterman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"fetterman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bernie sanders will remind you he's not a democrat since his two thousand sixteen presidential run sanders has focused on bringing more independence like himself into the party many of the candidates is endorsed democratic primaries this year are not faring well but sanders tells npr congressional correspondent scott detro that wins and losses don't measure what he's accomplishing does bernie sanders endorsement matter even bernie sanders seemed skeptical the issue here is not that i think bernie sanders dawson frankly the endorsement of anybody else is some magical potion to get people elected sanders says what he's really trying to do is encourage first time candidates to run for office last month sanders campaign in pennsylvania for democrat greg edwards who was running in a crowded house primary edwards says there's no question that helped it did a lot of good for campaign increased my name i d helped me get volunteers help with fundraising certainly oh we got a lot of media attention alabama i think we've probably got four or five that help only went so far edwards ended up coming in third only to sanders endorsed house candidates have won contested primaries and one of them was an incumbent let's see that's a stupid argument i can be one hundred percent in terms of my endorsement so we gotta do those establishment candidates will have a whole lot of money will forty points seven the poll what come and say bernie one hundred percent supportive of of these candidates all one all the candidates that we support by lodge with few exceptions all candidates who are taking on the establishment or often outspent sanders says he's still focused on the larger goal of building a movement and opening up the party to independence and outsiders i hope they win maybe they don't but if you've got forty five percent of the vote now next time you may well win but you gotta start somewhere one sanders backed winner john fetterman who took out an incumbent in a crowded statewide primary for pennsylvania lieutenant governor i don't care who you are but you know when when somebody says please hold for senator sanders and then you hear his voice on the lion going enjoy fetterman had hoped for a sanders endorsement in twenty sixteen when he ran and lost in pennsylvania senate primary that call never came and the political landscape has shifted a lot.

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Michael Krasny talks to Lillian Faderman about Harvey Milk

Forum

03:06 min | 3 years ago

Michael Krasny talks to Lillian Faderman about Harvey Milk

"Welcome to forum i'm michael krasny lillian inflator men's new biography of harvey milk looks beyond his iconic status as san francisco's first openly gay supervisor and delves into the musings and misadventures brought him to california harvey milk has lives and death explores milk's career in theatre his stint in the navy has days working on wall street and lillian fadiman is also the author of the gay revolution a history about the struggle for gay and lesbian rights in fetterman welcome back to forum thank you michael thank you for having me glad to have you it's been probably about twenty years twenty years i think is delighted to because you're in i mean harvey is an i no doubt about you sort of an icon to in many ways international and much recognized acclaimed scholar of lgbt history and literature and someone the chronicle of higher education said as a mother of lesbian as also musing about how kind of strange it would be for harvey milk where your life today to try to keep up with all the changes in terms of gender identity and sexual identity in the fluidity and the kind of morphing and mutating that we've been through but let's talk about harvey milk today's excuse me tomorrow is a day to celebrate harvey milk set aside for that purpose and i was thinking about asking you first about his radicalization because he really had nothing to do with stonewall flyer inviting them to a homosexual as the word was then a homosexual lecture and he told harvey about it and harvey was shocked harvey said you shouldn't do that you'll upset those people so much your advertising that their homosexual so harvey was very different in the early nineteen sixties than the man he became in the seventy s very different is putting a model was i was a goldwater supporter i me like the libertarian more than maybe he liked the republicanism buddy was also kind of a i think was wandering jew he was going all over the place looking for an identity but working in so many different ways that you wouldn't expect he was a teacher but he's also in the navy and he was doing production work around broadway with things like jesus christ superstar we learn from your book and hello dolly at hair and and the reality an investment banker i mean these are the sorts of things you don't identify with harvey milk yes and that's why i call it the lives and death of harvey milk was so many different people but i think that in each of those various harvey's he learned something and he used all of that as a politician i i think he finally found himself in the last five years of his life but he took a long time searching for who the real harvey was and it was only in san francisco that the real harvey emerged but even in san francisco you think harvey milk with that camera store has which was a hang out and castro street and suddenly a number of years later one of the hundred most significant men in america according to our people in america human beings in america according to time magazine it's it's a it's an extraordinary story in a quantum jump and let's talk about the beginnings of that i

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"fetterman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"fetterman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Yeah i mean i think to call tea party actions you know that static quance seems false to me but yes it's definitely the case that candidates who you would see as more progressive on an ideological skill be more liberal did do very well last night this was also correlated with the fact that female candidates to quite well last night but there are a number of races particularly in pennsylvania where democrats really turned out and liberal democrats really turned out use aw both in the house races in the statewide race for lieutenant governor where an incumbent loss actually finishing fourth and john fetterman who is this hulking tetouan candidate from braddock pennsylvania ended up becoming the nominee and even the state legislative races in western pennsylvania where two members of democratic socialists america just feed it to brothers in separate races who were longtime kind of political dynasty conservative democrats in the state legislature in pennsylvania those races were won by the to dsm members so and i think the essay one four out of five state legislative seats that they participated in in pennsylvania so yeah i mean you definitely saw a an ideological desire to put forward big ideas and big solutions to our problems now i think i think those two guys i think our cousins i don't know if they're brothers but that's not all they're not it's not terribly relevant they're related i guess they come from the same same last name same last name and i guess quasi political dynasty but yeah you were saying there was one hundred thousand more ballots that were cast by democrats than republicans in pennsylvania in irie county where trump got most of his twenty sixteen victory five thousand more democrats voted than republicans in charlie dense open seat in the lehigh bali they were forty two thousand votes in the democratic primary primary and which was.

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Joe Fetterman, Israel and Israeli Foreign Ministry discussed on Bucket Strategy Investing

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Joe Fetterman, Israel and Israeli Foreign Ministry discussed on Bucket Strategy Investing

"Correspondent joe fetterman reports israel has reprimanded a top turkish diplomat over perceived harsh treatment of israel's ambassador turkey israel has turned this into a diplomatic incident they say that they humiliated the ambassador and they summoned a turkish diplomat here in israel brought him into the israeli foreign ministry and gave him a dressing down it all began as turkey was angry over the us decision to move its embassy to jerusalem on monday a senior hamas official says the vast majority of the protesters killed by is worthy fire during those protests on the gaza border this week were in fact members of the islamic terrorist group as israel has claimed spokesman says fifty of the nearly sixty protesters killed by were members of the group that rules the gaza strip and is also blamed for a number of terrorist attacks the statement could bolster israeli claims that hamas has been using weekly mass border protests to cover the attacks at staging also using human shields to carry out those attacks more details at town home dot com hello again this.

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"fetterman" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"fetterman" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"None of we're in the middle primary season and there's a ton of competitive races and most of the ads as democrats and and most of the ads are talking about it and universal single payer healthcare and you have about any sanders in our town today endorsing john fetterman for lieutenant governor and then doing events over the weekend for a couple of other progressive our revolution candidates right it'd be actually i didn't learn this i post column actually but he also an event with crasner he's our uneasily progressive you know a da in philadelphia right so it's all good i mean really quickly i think i think the controversial part of of mccollum which some people have will be with some people people might be bothered by it he's so given this does this make you know the man who will be seventy nine years old and in twenty twenty bernie sanders this is make him a contender or even the front runner for the democratic nomination you know i mean it's interesting because i mean the assumption i think at the end of the two thousand sixteen political evening that he created a political revolution right and now we get four years two you know coalesce that revolution but also you know pass the torch jfk famously so new generation do well bunch we're just out of time flies to quickly thank you so much we'll save this for next time.

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"fetterman" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"fetterman" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"The birds and all of the the original ideas come from you or some of them suggested and i think that you know are the assignments you putting the bill because this is expensive it's really been a self driven project has it yeah has been i you know the interesting part of it is that when we went one of our galleries peter fetterman gallery when he started working with us doing new york he said to stephen he goes you gotta to go global with this and i remember sitting there with him and he said i i really feel like you need to go to london to paris jerusalem and we i remember we walked out of the gallery and i looked at stephen i said oh my god you know and he said to me you know i think he's right i i think drew we gotta go global with we we had an opportunity wanted to go to israel and i've never been to israel and so i decided to do this picture of the of the western wall and it was just a remarkable kind of inexperienced for me my first time i'll tell you share a little story it was really amazing my my my dad when i before before you get there though i mean what happened was stevenson i i want to shoot the western wall we do tremendous amount of research in the studio before we send the scout out because it's too broad and hit his vision is very particular about what he needs for the frame so we start researching it and one of our assistant says my god the beer co hueneme and he looked at the pictures pictures oh that's i have to shoot because his ocean of people there i the sea of humanity i said that's the photograph i need to make now i need to get on the highest and closest physical structure to the western wall so i had this great scout.

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"fetterman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"fetterman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Local ski team and pick up a ski slalom championship trophy he won a little while back in overhead in that way and my dad's rian sports section and eating an apple juice is classic morning the teamed i doubt it was a really good spirits 'cause i had won the ski race the day before which was sort of a payoff for all our hard work but norman wasn't excited because well he was just burnt out as far back as norman can remember his dad plugged into every sport imaginable scooping amount of kindergarten to go surfing or skiing down black diamond runs his dad even gave him the nickname boy wonder for all the medals you one and his father son adventures most of norman's friends were kind of jealous i didn't necessarily think it was cool actually i wanted to be on my bicycle in our riding around with my friends i didn't wanna be driving for nine hours to go to ski race i didn't want to be getting of a four o'clock in the morning to good hockey practice i wanted to spend the night at somebody's house do a sleepover wake of watch cartoons i missed a lot of birthday parties and so yeah i'd i resented that i would complain you would just sort of respond with something like 'geez ole fetterman look of this we got the snow began her skis on don't worry about being told if you've ski little bit you will warm up i remember where we were skiing a shoot he was way too deep for me was eight nine years old and the sides of the the little bowl weary and was like a wall of snow and i ran into a got my head stuck in the snow and i couldn't breathe the my dad came skied up behind me pulled me out i said did you see what happened omla strategies jonathan not i had an eye on you the whole time you were fine he he was how poor hate of healthy trouncing earning he thought i was just looking for an excuse he said in a come on let's go tough it out of that that was pushing it too far.

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