36 Burst results for "Fifth Avenue"

Marc Jacobs Runway Sets Bergdorf Goodman as Exclusive Retail Partner

Pop Fashion

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Marc Jacobs Runway Sets Bergdorf Goodman as Exclusive Retail Partner

"Jacobs is partnering with bergdorf goodman as the designers exclusive retail partner. So marc jacobs skipped the past two seasons of showing a collection which is significant. He presented his fall collection at the new york public library and projected the runway show on the building of bergdorf goodman on fifth avenue simultaneously which is pretty dope. It marks the beginning of a partnership between the designer and a store. Just a new iteration with that. Because he's been a part of that store for a long time bergdorf goodman will be the exclusive retailer to sell his runway collection. This fall it will be in stores and online and october jacobs said that the store has been a supporter of his since the mid nineteen ninety s the bergdorf goodman fashion director. Linda fargo said quote. I think we've had him at bergdorf since the mid nineteen ninety s. And as far as i'm concerned he's as much a part of the fabric of the store as the main floor chandelier adorable compliment to be compared to a lamp. I may add like you all sparkley. You are part of this building. The collection will not be available in jacob's own stores. That's this significant like they are the exclusive partner. His stores will only feature his contemporary. The marc jacobs line his street. Where line haven or his off price

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Fresh "Fifth Avenue" from Mark Blazor

Mark Blazor

00:39 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh "Fifth Avenue" from Mark Blazor

"Depends on news radio 6 10 w. T. V N Columbus and I Heart Radio station. It is four o'clock. Thank you for listening to the mark. Blazer show. Welcome in glad you're here. He's the Republican nominee for the 15th congressional district. Mike Carey, fresh off of his win from last night, he's going to join us coming up here at 405, Alison and the news coming up, too. But first, let's check traffic and weather together from Tim Start heating and cooling products. New accident reported near Ohio State, Johnny and now we have two of them. One of them is that Kenny Road and Lane Avenue just reported reported about 45 minutes ago, the other one King Avenue and Kenny Road, So watch if you're along 3 15. They're just all felt just off Ohio State and just off of 3 15 all the tangent freeway delays picking up a little bit 71 south, a little heavier, coming down off of Fifth Avenue and 11th. So is 70, east of the East Outer Belt, and now 33 down through the South outer belt towards Hamilton Road Traffic sponsored by fresh Time Market Summer value is heating up at fresh time market this week. Raw easy raw, Easy peel shrimp. Just 4 99 a pound now through August, 10th. Fresh thyme market. Real healthy foods, real affordable prices, Traffic and weather together. Powered by Tim Star and custom air. I'm Johnny Hyla NewsRadio 16 w T V. M. Partly cloudy and mild overnight tonight the low around 63 degrees. Then on Thursday, plenty of sunshine ever the slightest chance at a.

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Seattle Police Arrest at Least 4 Protesters During Downtown March

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle Police Arrest at Least 4 Protesters During Downtown March

"Beach, Seattle Police arrested four people during a march through downtown Seattle on Saturday. Officers say they tried to arrest a person for a reported assault near Fifth Avenue and James Street with three people interfered and were arrested. Police were able to arrest under able to arrest the assault suspect but did arrest 1/4 person. For caring and

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AI driven Privacy tool developed to protect COVID-19 tracing data

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

05:48 min | 6 months ago

AI driven Privacy tool developed to protect COVID-19 tracing data

"Welcome to carry tv and ad tech insect weekly chris coverage on the editor with more security media. And this is al. Friday morning episode. Normally stream live on tuesday afternoons and on fridays and today's episode where with dr did hornets strategic advocacy manager would stand into strategy and up the sushmita rush at senior research scientists with data. Sixty one gonna be looking at data. Sixty one's recent ion driven promising tool. Personally my shin factor. I think it's go piff and with with don't this mehta rush a senior research scientist with data sixty one. Thank you very much for joining us. Law soc me that look thank you. So much We covered off. And we're gonna be talking about It's great to have data sixty one on obviously as well but this caught mile. I released a new data privacy tool for a anonymous covid. Nineteen tracing data and keeping that secure. And it's cold personal information factor or this. You're the senior research saunas on the project. Might be the adult. Talk us through It's a big topic. Accident had to stop. Whether we start with the i ought to the covid. Non tain tracing data Update class. I can just a little bit about fifth avenue. Exactly the information and Just to be fit. That need talk about why we are doing this. And one of the use cases of course the covid nineteen of data about this is a much more universal kind of a tool which which actually helps to share data a to protect the privacy of individuals whose data is there in the assets and its stock. V personal information factor is essential information content in the data affect and. Just imagine that if i were to the custodian was to release the state asset. Then it looks reveal definitely information individuals so freshman is that went to release and when not to release and this personal information factor is a measure of that information content in that deep affect the identified data and what the tool does is that not only. Does it publishes the data in an in an in some kind of transformed fashion. But it's also evaluates. The risk of free identification. Is very very important. Like when i when i want to share my data. The first thing that i ask is that what is happening to my data. What are the risks associated rely. We get out in this whole list of data that has been you know released. No you can. I ask you. Is it reverse engineering. The fact it's released. And we reverse that. Can i identify that will happen. Writer the tool essentially doctor that you know it. I evaluate what happens. What are the risks. And if it feel that you know the risk is low then it's released the data at the high than it suggests very thoughts of transformations Aggregations techniques so as to make the data more suitable to be released that in it's not reeducation is not possible so the two of you know a lot lot more. To protect the privacy of individuals this is donald sixty runs on another saying albumin. Doctor men whose new south wales chief scientists it shifts on and We've he's also hit it up. We'll previously headed up. The new south wales at data analytics as well is that this is all great working together on this because we've heard from duct tape and previously about the work that they're doing with a lot of this data across the south wales in sydney in particular. Very interesting work. But yeah it's that that The day anonymous anonymously information and they identified. Information is a challenge. Because if you join. The dots suddenly can start to identify. They so yeah. This is actually a on oprah man. The project actually started with the initiative of yet overman dr yang obama and what we are essentially trying to do at the data was also involved from the very beginning. But what we are trying to do. Is that enhance that tool so we want to enhance such way that weekend. Mitigates against various attacks so we are trying to identify what other attacks. What are the attack vectors. That are possible that might breach the privacy of individuals and beth. Israel comes into picture. We are essentially studying what a- what the attacks are and can be do it in a more sophisticated sway to learn from the attack and suggest suggests techniques to protect the privacy of individuals of be it aggregation be. It's probably secure Secure approval private algorithms for like Differential privacy or there would be other solutions that can help to the data at make it fit to be

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De Blasio decries New York City bike cyclist attacks

Mark Blazor

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

De Blasio decries New York City bike cyclist attacks

"There's new video showing a group of cyclists who attacked a BMW also attacking a cab in Manhattan, Scott Pringle reports In both of these attacks, the cyclist swarm the vehicles, denting and damaging them using their bikes and feet. Happened Tuesday on Fifth Avenue Police have a 15 year old in custody, but his father is telling NBC for that police have the wrong person. Now. The NYPD did release surveillance video of other young people wanted in connection with these attacks and Mayor de Blasio and he calls it unacceptable to have these teenagers doing something that's just wrong period. Look, we gotta teach our young people better all

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NYC aims to end Trump contracts for ice rinks, golf course

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

NYC aims to end Trump contracts for ice rinks, golf course

"New York City will terminate business contracts with president trump according to mayor bill de Blasio after last week's deadly takeover of the capital by his supporters the trump organization is under city contract to operate two ice skating rinks and a carousel in Central Park as well as a golf course in the Bronx it profits about seventeen million dollars a year from those sites according to the mayor who says city lawyers looked into ending the deals and even though trump may sue the city is confident it will win in the end trump tower on Fifth Avenue into Central Park hotel which are private are not affected I'm Julie Walker

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New York PD drops charges against teen thought to be part of BMW bicycle gang attack

Bloomberg Best

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

New York PD drops charges against teen thought to be part of BMW bicycle gang attack

"The teen's family told eyewitness News that he was not there at the time of the incident and did not participate. And he had an alibi that checked out. Police arrested and charged a 17 year old male on Friday for the crimes which damage to BMW and a taxi and left their occupants shaken up. The incident was reported Tuesday just after 4 p.m. at the intersection of these two 21st Street and Fifth Avenue, and on Thursday, a group of teens surrounded and smashed two cars. Air Bill de Blasio says those involved will face consequences. A new year means some new laws, including a hike in the minimum wage in a number of states, and we hear more about

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Police ID 7-year-old girl shot near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta

AJC Briefing

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Police ID 7-year-old girl shot near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta

"Atlanta police have identified the seven year old girl struck by a stray bullet monday evening. While christmas shopping with her family in buckhead kennedy maxi remained at children's healthcare of atlanta at scottish right in critical condition wednesday afternoon authorities said maxi who lives in the mabel. Ten area was shot in the back of the head while riding with her mother and aunt near phipps plaza. Investigators do not believe the families. Lexus was the intended target of the shooting which stemmed from an argument between several men in the parking lot of saks. Fifth avenue interim police chief rodney bryant said. The child's aunt told detectives. She heard the gunfire. While driving along peachtree road near the high end shopping mall moments later she realized maxi had been struck and drove straight to the hospital where the little girl was rushed into surgery

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Atlanta police identify 7-year-old girl shot while riding in car in Buckhead

AJC Briefing

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Atlanta police identify 7-year-old girl shot while riding in car in Buckhead

"Atlanta police have identified the seven year old girl struck by a stray bullet monday evening. While christmas shopping with her family in buckhead kennedy maxi remained at children's healthcare of atlanta at scottish right in critical condition wednesday afternoon authorities said maxi who lives in the mabel. Ten area was shot in the back of the head while riding with her mother and aunt near phipps plaza. Investigators do not believe the families. Lexus was the intended target of the shooting which stemmed from an argument between several men in the parking lot of saks. Fifth avenue interim police chief rodney bryant said. The child's aunt told detectives. She heard the gunfire. While driving along peachtree road near the high end shopping mall moments later she realized maxi had been struck and drove straight to the hospital where the little girl was rushed into surgery

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7-year-old shot in head, critically injured while riding near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta

AJC Briefing

01:01 min | 8 months ago

7-year-old shot in head, critically injured while riding near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta

"Seven-year-old girl is fighting for her life. After being shot in the back of the head. Monday evening while a ride with her family through buckhead four days before christmas the incident outside phipps plaza follows a spate of shootings in the area as atlanta police struggled to stem gun violence at the end of a historically deadly year it also prompted a strong rebuke from one city councilman who lashed out at what. He called the lack of leadership by city officials at a news conference tuesday afternoon at police headquarters interim chief rodney bryant told reporters. The little girl was leaving a nearby shopping centre with her mother and aunt when a fight broke out between several men in the parking lot of saks fifth avenue. The child's aunt told police. She remembered hearing several gunshots as she drove along. Peachtree road moments later. She noticed the girl had been struck. Police said she drove straight to children's healthcare of atlanta at scottish right where the child was rushed into surgery.

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

08:18 min | 9 months ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Promoting your work. Well i'm gonna go for funny. 'cause i always like to tell the story. I was a my first book was in caucus. Nationwide so i did a costco tour and it was the most interesting experience ever and i love to go into that because you always have these people that would wander up to you and i think i was the one in emmerdale beach When this happened but this guy comes up to me. And he's telling me this whole story about how he knows you Ufo's are real and how he's seen waterfront ufo's and he sits there and talks may for like forty five minutes out this ufo's then he says not. Don't take my story idea mike. Okay well then. I think okay. Well that's it for a a woman comes up to me and tells me that She's seen a mermaid before. And i thought what is going on in the store. You know what's happening so she she again tells me i'm thinking about writing it. Could you give me some pointers on. How i'm going to write a memoir and i'm like not sure gonna believe would mermaid idea but all right so you know the fun part about book book events and just meeting people you know and man. I had a great laugh over that. So i feel it so i so much fun. That's the great thing about being a writer right. I'll be looking for a future book. That has both the. Maybe it'll be a mermaid comes to earth on a ufo or something who knows Okay so what was the best money you ever spent as a writer. Okay you know my friend in our group here in charlotte. We have a have four of us tour together extensively. My friends mary beth. Waylon kim right and erica marks on a big together. We had when my first book came out coincidentally all of them also had books coming out in the same summer so we went on a big tour and kim told me something that was so valuable and it was to to spend the money in. Meet your people so I had never actually met my agent in person editor person And or even gone to some of the like the southern independent book association conference and she really encouraged me. She said there's nothing a face to face meeting someone to get to know the people who are working with you and that was so valuable you know. I took her advice. I went to newark of my agent editor in my publishing team and it was such a valuable thing because you get to nurse on a personal level and business is just you can make a little less. You know formal and you can actually get to know the people who are who are working for you. And that i feel like makes you want to work harder for them and it makes them want to work harder for you and i just think it's such a valuable thing to do. That is an the best advice. I've i've gotten with regard to the industry. She joined a lot of times. People will have an idea for story haven't written a book before they get scared away from the idea they don't want to jump in What was it that made you decide. Yeah this is. This is something i wanna do. I don't know about you. But when i wrote my first book i was just one summer. I'd read a bunch of books. And i thought you know i'm going to try that and i and i did it and it was awful. You know like three bucks too long. Lots of plot holes. But i thought it was great and i made my own cover for it too so that was really nice but it really made me. It caught a maybe catch the bug. You know and i was like well. I can't stop now. I've got really work at this. But i will say you know. It's not as time intensive people. Thank you get a thousand words a day which can take an hour or so you can carve that out than really you can have a book done in pretty short order and i just think if you know it's it's a fun job. This is a job that you get that. I am thankful to do because matt can imagine anything. I can write about anything. I can be anywhere and it's just such a great a great career and tell people all the time that if they have any interest in doing it to jump in we you know everyone has a story to tell and i love hearing about how people come up with their medications or just reading different books inside. Think wow it'd be a great. It'd be a great world if people could just get it on the page you know. We could hear everyone's perspective that way. So i think it's it's some. It's not as time and densest people think it is. It's not as big an endeavor. And i think if you just break it down for me. It helps to break it down into little chunks. So don't say oh man. I don't think i ever right. You know three hundred and fifty pages instead. Put it in smaller terms cabinet right the first five and tomorrow i'm gonna write another five or two or whatever whatever it takes because that adds up over time in pretty soon. You've got a book you will. Maybe we shouldn't scare people off talking to them about what happens after you write that first book. And all the editing the has to follow all the rewrites and the redrafts and everything because you that is a part of the process right. Yeah you know some people. I mean you could be lucky you on those pizzas unicorns. Just turn out. The first one does instant bestseller by half is sometimes right. But i don't know. I think that's part of the process it makes you. It makes your books better to ended it in to understand the process. It makes your skin a little tougher to realize that you're not just going to automatically turn gold every time you know it makes you work better. Good thing final question is a fill in the blank Right because i right really because it gives me joy and it It makes me also. I love it with my kids. Mckinsey me writing and you know. I tell my kids and like the other day we were all sitting outside. I was finishing a chapter and they are looking at me. And i'm like go get some paper. You can write a book to and they came up with some great stories you know and it was. It's this thing where it's like. You can imagine anything you can be anybody in anywhere in a book And that's our readers love reading of course but for me. It's also about getting to step into someone shoes and really embody A person or a time. Or i don't know it's just such a joyful thing for an i think That's what keeps me going on it. That's what keeps me. Why the right. And that's a great answer and a joy we're going to be looking for your next book when it comes out I know you're a you get up in the works. We won't talk too much about that will leave that to your aid to share more about that. But i wanna thank you for being on charlotte's podcast online. This has been such a pleasure. appreciate it. well that's it for today. Another found arthur. 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"fifth avenue" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

07:54 min | 9 months ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Out the world and create if i could have your attention. Charlie shouted parties rumble. He glanced at me for a moment before he turned his gaze to the rest of the guests for quite some time. I've wanted to share something with all of you and now it turns out is precisely the time to do it. Charlie cleared his throat and looked up staring above the crowd. The windows in front of them. I followed his gaze finding his mother looking the picture of health. Grinning hands clasped together in anticipation. I bought my reflection in the glass intact. A few unruly light brown strands back in their pins. See there's a particular woman. I love and i cannot go on living without knowing she's mine he said i've known her for as long as i can remember. As a young boy i admired her poise and beauty. And as a man. Though i still offer for those things i think i find the most joy in her passion and her love of the arts. That have been so important to both of our families. She is quite simply a reflection of what i've always dreamed. His words sounded in my ears. I barely believe them. I'd longed for this limit for so many years. I glanced at the faces of the strangers around me. Their smiles Confirmation that they'd heard him to. This wasn't a delusion. He was finally going to ask me to marry him. My hands are sweating my skirt and this is i scanned mine released fabric abruptly the striped golden white satin falling back to the ground. Charlie i whispered but he turned dropped to his knees Be my wife. I took a step back but stumbled unable to move. Come with me. Alleviate appeared from nowhere and pulled me through the crowd. Before i knew it. I was on the aldridge's front porch. Hearing the door clicks. Shut behind me. I couldn't register anything about the last minutes beyond elite as long fingers around my wrist in the far away. Cheer of the guess ginny didn't get off to a good start here In this book. She thinks she's going to be married. to the person that she loves Who she thinks loves her. Not just for her. Looks before Smarts and her writing and everything that goes with it. Because they've been that way as i've grown up and now suddenly everything is changing. And she's got to go out and make a life run and try to add to the family kitty with her writing and so she ends up in this kind of artists. Collective is that right. Zahos goes well kind of. It's something like i started thinking about it. Because as i mentioned earlier my family knew all kinds of famous people. We need like hamilton rebel. He was a famous scandalous after at the time and several famous portrait artists and things like that and writers and so i started to think how they have known these people so i started to think about the parisians long slowdowns of the same era and they were very progressive in for thinking. And i thought well okay Maybe let's let's imagine that there is a presence long avenue and so what ends up happening is her brother. Franklin is friends with a guy. John hopper who has who has come from comes from a very affluent family and has match avenue and he is a writer himself and so he hosts these kind of crazy party salon gatherings. And that's how janie starts to kind of find herself really in her and who she wants to be in her writing and in her life us to finish finish secret sisters enjoyed the book get partway through fifth society. But i couldn't get two books. Read more an interview with all the yes. Oh sorry about that Well let's do this for the rest of the show here we're going to do the writing life segment and allied start off talking a little bit joy just about the process of writing historical fiction and You know. I'm kinda putting it into two buckets here. One being researched and one being the writing. Let's start start first with the research and you know sort of how you do your research you know how long you do your research for you right and how you sort of capturing organize you know all these facts yes. So it can varies from book to book Generally speaking though what i start with is what i know so whatever. I know of the premise. Just write that down. And then i started really doing a deep dive into the specifics of either of era. But if it's the gilded age. Since i have been living in fear for a long time i know kind of the norms. The what i'll do is i'll look at old. Newspapers have a subscription in newspapers dot com which utilize a lot and is so helpful Ideally research there. I look at old journals. I look at Really just you know if there's houses or schools if their settings that are similar to what i'm going to be living in for the next you know eight months as i write i look into that. Sometimes i'll interview People depending upon the subject matter and if applicable I definitely like to be be able to go. Walk around places and get a feel for What i'm writing Unfortunately the new artist society the house in the neighborhood has gone long. gone In the bronx. But i could see pictures for instance or i could retirees of main character And then i also had the family aspect already knew what the story line out kind of how the storyline went for them But with a lot of my subjects it's just about Really digging deep dive into like what their world is like. Because historical fiction is really a lot like writing fantasy Because we're never going to get back again. We can't ever live that life And the thing about it is it's like fantasy with with real pictures in real Like evidence that it happened. And so i i really just love to dive into like old photos and mainly looking at old newspapers to an old journals and things to get the feel of The tone you read some books and some historical books or people tend to try to write this way and the history. The language is stifled. And very like you know proper but if you read people's journals start to realize that may right just like you and i and so it actually helps you helps you get into the characters head In the tone of what was going on at the time and newspapers because it's about what issues he talking about. And you know what was going on and all this stuff so that's really helpful. I'd love doing the research. Sometimes i go down a rabbit hole with research because it's just a great thing to do is remind myself this is fiction and i can get the main point and move on so so just a sort of a process question. How do you capture and store all this information. The struggle text photographs the articles. Because if you go down rabbit holes like you described. You could end up with a lot of information. Had you keep it organized. What are your. What are your secrets. They're not much i. I'm old school. I just printed off and keeping a folder. But i also feel like if i just keep it in a folder. Whether that's digitally or hard copy you have to digest that information so generally speaking what ideas i also have a notebook that come across his pertinent to my character to the story. I write it down as okay. Well this this could work with a certain plot point. I really liked this setting of that that it was very Immersive so just certain things like that. I keep that altogether really what it's providing. What research provides really is not so much about my storylines as therapy more than it is a context of what i'm stepping into into the book and what i want the reader to feel when they step into the story And making sure that. I have a great immersive Context for starting the work. I guess you could say how. Do you know joy when you have enough to get started. Well it's funny. As when i first started writing historical fiction. I asked. I love the outlander series Gabaldon and i asked her one..

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

07:56 min | 9 months ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Us what that is and how that played out. So are so as i mentioned a moment ago with the portrait's in my grandmother's house they were there are her name's alenia and She's named after her great grandmother and Basically she had all the levy of portraits. Because great grandmother's daughter is also alenia. And we would often talk about the fact that alleviate. The first one was this you know that she was named after her. And she was this kind of victorian typical victorian woman but she her Made a name was van pelt and they were related to the dutch settlers of new york and then on and then alenia. Her daughter was a concert pianist and In that family and elitist siblings were also artists all different kinds. So you had. Virginia who is a writer. You had An who was a milliner like hat maker you had franklin. He was a painter. And then you had Then you had alice. Who is a teacher. There were five of them and only one went on and got married Which is unusual during the gilded age especially with given there were four women which at that point in time women were just the post to the primary role of a woman was to get married and have children so it was unusual that they didn't they also knew all these famous Actors and and at that point in time out of an unusual to just because women and men didn't share their art art was considered from music to writing to Acting you name. It was considered a man's profession. So and you didn't really critique each other's work that was a big no. No you know beyond the parisian salons and Especially a here. It wasn't really you know you wouldn't have really known each other not to mention you know. It was improper probably have certain types of conversations with the opposite sex at that point. So i've found their story unusual and also very neat because they also lived kind of in this what you would consider genteel poverty. Because of their last name or their her mother's maiden name van pelt they were allowed in certain circles because of their connection to the dutch settlers of newark but they were pretty poor and they lived in haven which was a a suburb of it in the bronx And family home as well. It was their Their grandfather's home civil war That turned for the union and he Was also an irish immigrant and it was just you know their their families home But this is interesting. Because of the way that when i got to write the story i got to explore kind of what everyone thinks. New york gilded age. Which is you know the lavishness of life. And then actually. What real was like for a lot of people during the gilded age In exploring what my ancestors life would have been like. It was a huge gift able to step into their shoes or the duration of a year and write them and to be honest. Those characters are some of the truest care of ever written because they were real people and so there was this pressure to do them justice and it also gave this offense to them. It wasn't these. This character is making up. It was somebody who lived and someone who is trying to really Just honor in the story. And you've had several serendipitous circumstances with your research here You came across. Diaries regarding The main character fifth avenue artists society. And you stumbled across an interesting fact and sake sisters going on there. The university sharing sharing things with you after you write about these people. I don't know you know that weird part about it is like even my next story ideas. I was collecting them. And then i'm talking about to my grandma like oh yeah. This person seems really interesting. And she's like yeah well. She's related to my sister because she has a half sister. She related to my half sister. You can talk to her about it. And i'm like of course she is because you know everything just seems to go that way. It's fun though. Actually you know for me. I prefer it because it doesn't give you super a ton of flexibility because you are writing a real person but that's all historical fiction mostly But i find it makes. Character is a lot more to life than and i do extensive research to make sure that i'm not taking them out of making making your character. Something wasn't in real life to play a history a little but well might store getting worried you write these books and then you find this Diary in a rare book. Website that Tasr back to the character. You've been writing and then after you complete secret sisters and turn in your page proofs you get a random email. Tell us about the oil anything for with th avenue because avenue sixty percents true. So some of the things that happened. You know in our ancestry i write about and one of those is a spoilers. I'm gonna go around that a little bit but there was some. There's someone in In fifth avenue that kind of encompasses a huge family secret of ours. And no one really knew what happened in real life But i love ancestry. Obviously so i've been on ancestry for quite some time. And i had a friend of that i met on. Ancestry was a distant relative. Hugh decided he was gonna take it upon himself to figure this mystery out and I get an email after my page proofs. I think were do two days before this or maybe two days after it was something very you know like the books almost finished. And he he emails. He's joy Figured it out. I figured out this mystery. And instead he emails me pictures of this woman who's related to us related to this mystery and their sorority composites of And she was a pie which is arguably one of one or the sorority In america and i just finished about writing about a fictional first sorority. So it was this weird thing. Also this this she was on not at knox college which coincidentally is also one of the colleges. I based my fictional college on instead a lot of research into so. It's just a really strange thing and i thought okay. Well under story told them ladies there this field of dreams build it and they will come in your case. It's right it and they will show up somewhere in your life. So i better be careful i right about yes right. So let's circle back a minute to the opening. Read from six sisters here. You have three characters. They are at this Whitsett college in eighteen ninety one. They're in an environment where The men outnumber women. The women are sort of second class citizens. it's a time in our country where women don't have the right to vote and one of the characters in this opening read. Her mother is a suffragette and You know you've got beth carrigan in the same who wants to be doctor And you know they're all plotting now early to form a female fraternity. Which is what we call today at forty So talk a little bit about that time in history Tell us what women were facing at that. Time and higher education yes. It's a really strange time in history. For women seeking education at all in the gilded age about two percent of women went to college. So that's very very low number You know on the surface people would say well it's expensive A lot people couldn't afford that that's true but if you also look at the medical truths of the day you start to understand. Also there's a as you know underlying reason why no one got a higher education and that was because Truly because they did a lot of research old.

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13 arrested while protesting Saturday in Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:14 sec | 9 months ago

13 arrested while protesting Saturday in Seattle

"Demonstrations in Seattle's North Kate neighborhood. Police say they ordered the group to disperse several times were told they blocks traffic and created a safety hazard. The demonstrators were arrested at North Gateway and Fifth Avenue. Couple news time is 8

North Kate Seattle
Seattle police say 13 people arrested during demonstration

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Seattle police say 13 people arrested during demonstration

"Demonstrations in Seattle's North Kate neighborhood. Police say they ordered the group to disperse several times were told they blocked traffic and created a safety hazard. Demonstrations were arrested at Northgate Away and Fifth Avenue faced several charges, including failure to disperse, resisting arrest and obstruction. And despite the rain, a small group of

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Police Arrest Protesters in New York City

First Morning News

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Police Arrest Protesters in New York City

"Unrest here in the city. Close to two dozen people were arrested last night when the protests turned violent Protesters demanding every vote count March down Fifth Avenue from the public library to Union Square, growing from a few dozens of nearly 1000 more than 20 people who police say hijacked the mostly peaceful protests by lighting fires throwing garbage and exit cops in the West Village were arrested near East eighth protesters broke through police bike blockades, resulting in some confrontation. UN's weapons confiscated from the crowd included stun guns, M eighties and daggers. Alice Stockton Rosine e. W.

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NYPD: More Than 50 People Arrested After Trying To ‘Hijack’ Peaceful Protests In New York Midtown

First Morning News

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

NYPD: More Than 50 People Arrested After Trying To ‘Hijack’ Peaceful Protests In New York Midtown

"Causing causing unrest unrest here here in in the the city. city. Two dozen people arrested his protest last night. Turned violent protesters demanding every vote count March down Fifth Avenue from the public library to Union Square, growing from a few dozens of nearly 1000 more than 20 people who police say hijacked the mostly peaceful protests by lighting fires throwing garbage and exit cops in the West Village were arrested near East eighth protesters broke broke through through police police bike bike blockades, blockades, resulting resulting in in some some confrontations. confrontations. Weapons Weapons confiscated confiscated from from the the crowd crowd included included stun stun guns, guns, M M eighties eighties and and daggers. daggers. Alice Alice stacked stacked in in Rosie. Rosie. Need. Need. W W O R news. The ballots are continuing to be

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South Korean Hotel Chain Opens Seattle Hotel Tomorrow

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

South Korean Hotel Chain Opens Seattle Hotel Tomorrow

"Will open its first Seattle hotel tomorrow. Lottie Hotel. Seattle is only the third US hotel from Lahti Hotels and Resorts. The luxury hotel is on Fifth Avenue and his 189 rooms, including 33 Sweets. Hotel occupancy was only 35% in Seattle last month due to the pandemic. Seattle has the most

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Activists, Betita Martinez

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:14 min | 11 months ago

Activists, Betita Martinez

"Elizabeth Sutherland Martinez was born on December Twelfth Nineteen twenty. Five in Washington DC. Her father immigrated to the United. States for Mexico in one thousand, nine, hundred, seventeen in some ways historic exemplified the American dream. Here. Arrived with little to his name and ended up becoming a professor of Spanish literature at Georgetown University? In other ways his story serve as a cautionary tale he face racism and prejudice and top Petita to think critically about US policies and structures. The Titas American born mother whose family had come from Scotland and Ireland also helped to shape titas perspective. She was a teacher and activist. Batista. Grew up in Chevy. Chase Maryland a suburb of DC or she later wrote she felt like an outsider and what felt like an all white community after high school she left the D. C. Area to attend swarthmore college and graduated with a degree in history and literature in nineteen forty six. After graduation but thiede decided to go by Liz Sutherland in an attempt to better fit in with elites in the arts and Publishing World of New York City? She worked as a translator at the United Nations before moving into research and administration. PETITA studied European and US colonies in Africa and the Pacific Ocean working to shed light on conditions in places that didn't have self sovereignty. She, then worked at the Museum of modern. Art before becoming an editor at Simon and Schuster. In nineteen sixty four Batista became the books and Arts editor at The Nation magazine. PETITA had successfully broken into the New York, city. Cultural, elite. It was no easy feat. PETITA later said that she was a woman in a world dominated by men. Even. So she was adept at moving between worlds. TITA was equally at ease socializing on Fifth Avenue as at the Johns frequented by beat poets of the day. She was a very busy lady. In addition to her day job, the TITA found time to research and write pieces that landed in publications including the national. Guardian Horizon and the New York. Times. She also volunteered for political causes she believed in. petito wanted more than a successful business career she was driven to seek and push for change in the world. In nineteen, sixty, five petito left the nation to work in the civil. Rights movement. She then became the director of the New York Office of the student nonviolent coordinating. Committee or. And Major Civil Rights Organization. She was one of only two Latino women who worked as a paid employee at snack in her role Tita raised money organized events did research on the racial climate the American south. She wrote a book called Letters. Mississippi. About her experience working in the movement not state. Also continued to write for major national publications in nineteen sixty seven but he left snack and turned her focus to feminism before being drawn to the fledgling Chicano movement. Chicano Connex refers to people of Mexican descent born in the United States. Nineteen Sixty Eight petito left New York City for New Mexico. She went back to going by PETITA Martinez rather than the more Anglican sounding Elizabeth Sutherland. In New Mexico petita joined propelled forward what became a movement to promote the rights and celebrate the culture of connects people in the United States. She continued to maximize the power of her pen. She cofounded Allegri. Toe Del Norte a Chicano movement monthly newspaper in Nineteen seventy-three petita back the Chicano Communication Center and Albuquerque and served as its director until nineteen seventy six. The center used arts and media to educate visitors about the culture and struggles at the Chicano community. During her tenure there Petita also wrote another book. This one called five hundred years of Chicano history. From New Mexico petita moved to San Francisco where she continued to fight for a better future she served as the program director at global options an organization working on issues relating to labour conditions and social justice in. Nineteen. EIGHTY-THREE PETITA ran for governor of California as a peace and Freedom, party candy. In nineteen ninety-seven PETITA founded yet another organization the Institute for Multi Racial Justice the Institute served as the embodiment of her life's work to break down barriers between people fighting for justice especially different peoples of color. Following year in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eight, petito book called Deca Loris means all of us. But. Thiede has written and taught throughout her long and impressive career and activism. She's lectured at odds three hundred higher educational institutions. She's received many many honors accolades including as a nominee for the Nobel peace prize in two, thousand and five. Batista is a living example of what it looks like to keep fighting the fight against injustice in our own communities across the country and around the world.

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Were in a SNAP boom

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:50 min | 1 year ago

Were in a SNAP boom

"What we have here is an economic recovery on top of a depression talk about that a little bit. You basically have to separate. Right now and actually my colleague Heather Long had written about this last week. So I WANNA give her credit for that. But basically you have these two different economies you have the economy of higher income, white collar, more likely to be college educated people who can still work from home. As I can who can get delivery for most needs and desires, and basically are in recovery right now in fact, if you look at the jobs data for people in the highest income core tile. All of the jobs that were lost in the spring have been recovered, and then you look at people in the other economy people who are more likely to be working class they. They have jobs where they have to physically show in person at retail stores at gyms at restaurants, hotels, etc, and they are still deeply deeply struggling there. Those jobs are still missing essentially and you have this divergence in other kinds of indicators to write in in terms of home sales. For example, existing home sales are way up as we've learned meanwhile, mortgage delinquencies. Are are way up as well. So you have these very divergent experiences depending on who you are. And also, of course, reflected in the stock market is well. To the market in a minute because that is obviously related bit city by I want to turn to the political part of this actually and I wanted to talk to you about. The polling that's out there the shows Vice President Biden leading president trump in most areas, but when the question turns to handling of and trust to handle the economy. President trump comes out ahead discuss. No I remember seeing all this six months ago and I thought, yeah. That kind of makes sense the wage growth in strong the the stock market's up I can see how people would see that trump has marketed himself as a businessman. Biden's marketed himself very differently. What's was puzzling now is, how's that possible this moment when we are in what could be considered a depression and obviously the markets backup and that's made a difference, but there is just a certain. Group of voters fixed trump voters and fixed by Biden voters who aren't going to change their views trump famously said he in the middle of Fifth Avenue to somebody and not losing voters, and that seems to be what is happening now trump. Has as a has somehow managed to take what he would criticizing before this a lot of the same dynamics in market. The big fat ugly bubble in trade in dealing with China and somehow positioned himself as the good guy I in in all of that, and that is a political skills so that that's what he's pulled off. Catherine I'M GONNA assume you watched parts of or probably most of the Democratic convention right. What was your sense of how they addressed vice president, Biden economic plans to me it sounded like jobs going to create jobs. Did you divine more out of it than that? I think there. This was not so much about specific policies right? There were isolated. Discussions of policies. For example, you know gun control or immigration in terms of actual economic policy I didn't think there was a lot tangibly that came out of. The convention events themselves that's not to say that Biden doesn't have stuff on his website to be clear but you know that was that really wasn't the focus of the last few nights. It was more about character. Restoring decency to the White House that sort of thing there was discussion about the hardship that Americans were facing but you didn't hear so much of a plan discussed about how we restore those jobs. And and you know put people but my in people's pockets again. So. Deep your take on the convention economic policy was. Yeah, the the the choice that was being presented in this case. TWAS, do you want the lazy fairer approach of? Letting people not wear their masks in letting people go about their business and letting the states, figure it out on their own or do you want the centralized government approach where you pour more resources into controlling the virus and supporting people on unemployment? That all of the things that we've talked about in clean energy and infrastructure in childcare and manufacturing. That is what the Democrats are pitching and they're they're pitching it hard. They're saying that government will step in under our our approach and take a more active role That is a hard thing. To, argue against in this environment when so many people are struggling to just have the basic normalcy of lives but trump will be trying to do that all of next week painting darker picture that you that that will calmest if we go down that road. Catherine Super Super, quick on the markets two more records day on varies indices It's all essentially the Fed and plowing money in there and keep an interest rates so low that stocks relatively attractive, right? I think that's a large part of it. You also, of course, have optimism about a potential vaccine and animal spirits for lack of a better term. But yeah I mean I I I think it's the markets are looking ahead and they're also aware that monetary policy is going to be loose for a very, very long time which is going to effectively. Inflate the value of future products so. Companies can borrow more cheaply.

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Amazon Thinks It Will Need More — Not Fewer — Offices In Big Cities

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Amazon Thinks It Will Need More — Not Fewer — Offices In Big Cities

"Big story about offices this year has been all of the companies that are telling their employees that they never need to come back, apparently, and they'll be working remotely currently. But as they often do, Amazon swimming against the tide here and making a pretty big bet. On in person work. I like this, Mike. I like it a lot. Um, I I think that this is an industry move. We become prisoners of the moment often times where it does look bleak for the next year or two with with the virus and then this idea of not wanting to be in major cities. However, they were able to purchase a $1 billion building in New York on Fifth Avenue from we work. Amazon was And we work. Obviously an extremely distressed company at the moment, would you know, prided themselves on basically offering office space for some of these smaller companies out there? You're a small companies very quickly to pivot to working from home from an off mentally office space. Well, the best part of this story. Did you read who occupied that building prior Tio Pride Amazon buying it was it? Ah, Lauren Taylor Krantz. Is there anything better than just like putting a company out of business and then just, you know, throw in a little fuel on the fire by taking over their their office based their main defining View of the Lord and Taylor. There's fifth have building the mecca of real estate. You are? Yeah, just, you know, just trying to think of the comparison. Just, you know, spitting on somebody's grave here taking over that realestate and look Yeah, I don't know how this is gonna go. I don't know if they really need these employers employees in downtown Manhattan. But Tell you what when everybody is talking about, you know, selling their real estate. And you, Khun Khun Promise you that Amazon went in here and got one hell of a deal. That's what I'm thinking was north a year ago. I like It wasn't cash to do it. I like it. I like the idea that the American City is going to rebound. At some point. I don't know what in New York is going to look like 12 months from now, but There are deals to be had right now, and good frame is on for buying up now,

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Beethoven's Symphonies

Classics for Kids

05:32 min | 1 year ago

Beethoven's Symphonies

"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin Fransius of Haydn is known as the father of the symphony because he took that form of orchestra music and perfected it. But no one changed the symphony more than Ludvig Fund Beethoven. The First Symphony Beethoven wrote definitely sounds like it was influenced by Haydn's music. By the time Beethoven wrote his second symphony tragedy had struck, but you'd never know it from the music. The Summer Beethoven wrote his Second Symphony was the summer he realized he was going death. Instead of letting his misery out in his music Beethoven put it all into a letter at the end of which he said he wasn't going to let deafness stop him from being a musician. When Napoleon Bonaparte started conquering Europe Van was a huge fan because he thought Napoleon was going to help ordinary people. Beethoven planned to dedicate his third symphony to Napoleon. But then Napoleon. Crowned himself emperor proving that he was more interested in power than people. Beethoven was furious and changed the name of his symphony number three to ero- Ika the heroic symphony. Beethoven's Fourth Symphony has some very dancing music. Sometimes. The fourth kind of gets lost in the shuffle between the Aurora and the even more famous symphony that came next Beethoven's fifth. Avenue. The man who wrote the first biography of Beethoven claimed that the composer meant the opening at the to be knocking at the door. But a student of Beethoven's thought his teacher had nothing more faithfully mind than a bird call from a kind of sparrow a yellowhammer. Whether or not Beethoven included a bird in his fifth. He certainly put birds and a lot more nature into his six, which even has a nature nickname, the pastoral or pastorale symphony. No birds at all in Beethoven's symphony number seven just rousing music. In Beethoven's Eighth Symphony something is clearly ticking. More about that next week, which brings us to Beethoven's ninth a piece that completely changed how people thought of symphonies. No one had ever used singers in a symphony before, but Beethoven put plenty of them into the last movement of the peace in his famous. Ode to Joy, with words by German playwright. Friedrich Schiller. I one person seems it. And eventually a whole chorus joins in. People all over the world know and love Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. When the Berlin Wall came down, they celebrated with a huge concert featuring Beethoven's ninth. I've been sung it in China where audiences went crazy next week the mechanical object in Beethoven's symphony number eight and a lot more pieces of music describe inanimate objects

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

14:51 min | 1 year ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"Here Alexandria Cossio Cortes. I think she has been severely severely tempered on the impeachment front because she sees and I would concur with her. There's not a great way to launch an attack on Nancy Pelosi without the media machine in both article form and opinion calm form going out of their way to make a series of very negative they give headlines for Alexandra Cossio Cortez Joaquin Castro. Anyone who would dare to question the Democratic Party's Congressional National Leadership Under Nancy Pelosi. I think there's just a lot of pain associated with that and even the most principled progressives are aware enter enter calibrating that. It's not maybe that they're not interested in doing it. But you've got to have a plan you've got to have a strategy because to not have that would be to ensure failure all right. We're going to return back to. Brian is conversation here. This gave me a nice little downbeat also gives me a chance to set up the next part of the show here. Prion are about to have a little bit of a debate. A little bit of debate about third party politics. So that's the thing you're into get ready get set. Let's go Alexandria. Oh Cossio. Cortez Cortes this week. She said that if Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders were in a different country they would be in different parties and I think that this gets to what we were talking about earlier about the really broad tense of the democratic electorate this time the people who how are considering strongly this notion that though they have some reservations about the Democratic Party either from the left or the right Donald. Trump's is actually a pretty fucking bad president. And there's only really going to be one option this November to remove trump from office. And they're thinking thinking about pulling the lever for the Democratic nominee whoever that might end up being as a means to an end of deposing donald trump but but it has created some real issues in the discourse. I think we were talking about some of them. During this episode here with the politics of opposing Ron Right and that we're Gulf between Warren Ryan Sanders Pelosi and the Democratic electorate at this point has expanded out to the people who might pull the lever for a Democratic nominee friend of the show or at least guest of the show. Matt Lewis might potentially pull the lever all the way over to our friend advanced. Listen Guy Brandon who is not necessarily someone who is going to reliably vote for a Democrat. Or you who's also someone who is not going to reliably vote for Democrat got so we have this really really broad range. I do think on a certain level as like looking if you WANNA use the term big tent. I don't think that anyone political parties ten no matter how they'd be constructed like in any country is brought it up to accommodate this wide range of viewpoints and and so that that is part of our issue here and I do think that it'd be good to have a third party but you know part of the problem is there's just been no real effort to build out the infrastructure of a third party over the last four years I'm B- You've been saying this more closely than me. I'm sure you've got some thoughts on this. Yeah it's it's it's been disappointing to not see any sort of Traction or even I try and keep up with you following the Libertarians. The Greens you you actually mean you set up a whole twitter account on specifically to follow the people who are very unlikely to vote for either one of the two major political party's presidential nominees or even Senate congressional candidates to try to see if there's energy in this time of political vacuum with a really unpopular incumbent and to set up a third party and also just kind of get the lay the land of where third party politics so in the last three four years. As you've been saying this what's been your takeaway I suppose oppose my takeaway is There the the power of fear is is extremely powerful. And when you're able to Sell the public on the fear of trump It's it's Severi downhill sell after that. Also this is interesting. This is almost sort of counterintuitive where if the incumbent is sufficiently bad. I think kind of theses here would be. That would make it more likely that you could entertain a third party option right but you're saying it's the opposite. When the incumbent is sufficiently bad people go no I need these switched off button like or whoever it is if it was like you know Pol Pot if Pol Pot was the president? You're actually not going to be thinking so hard about purity and really getting something that's purely aligned with your political interests and I suppose that should also intern. That should also be bolstering. The Libertarians is right now because there should be more and more people peeling away from trump but not wanting to vote Democrat. Oh and he's so obviously an affront to libertarian sensibilities. If you're actually going to take libertarianism seriously in the since a starting from the non aggression principle and working your way up in a fair-minded way This is not what most libertarians do. By the way I think they're working king from outcomes they'd like to see and try to make libertarian arguments for those outcomes versus starting from the non aggression principle and constructing upwards. But yeah you would think you would think that Libertarians would be completely off board with this but there has been this rush to arms around just a mosh. If you look at kind of libertarian. Orient Twitter's still. I'm sure you're experiencing this well. They still gravitate more towards people like rand. Paul Yeah Yeah and I I I still haven't seen any Any any branding or any messaging you come out of the the third party from any direction that tells me that. Uh someone is on a a specific. You know new trajectory of of discovering covering Discovering votes that that third parties have discovered before It's just I I wish I had more to say as far as My my hopes for For for forgetting Votes out there from a different third parties on across the spectrum but I I suppose that's why I am such an advocate for Looking at the electoral college in a completely different way of because otherwise you have to. You know brand a third party in order to appeal to a certain type of voter where I'm I'm trying to trying to appeal to voters who simply want to Voice Their opinion against the status quo In in in any direction possible and depending on where you live. It's very it. It's very easy sell from where I'm at but like as as we've talked before. I'm so for a engrossed in into the idea of this that It's often hard for me to see how The safe state loser voter really sees things and and How they would interpret the ideas that I'm I'm trying to promote you know That's a It's it's a big question for me. I still have an answer. I've been thinking a lot about other strategies particularly do advanced progressive politics. Obviously obviously. That's my wheelhouse but I think these applied to anyone who wants to advance any sort of political ideology. I think the answer starts at a congressional level I think it starts by launching a really robust and aggressive primary challenge building momentum. It's the Oh Cossio. Jio Cortez Model. I think that you have to sell one. That we're throwing a little bit of a firebomb into the establishment. So if you're someone who wants to burn it down a little bit let's take down some big establishment big figure. We saw it with Joe Crowley obviously with the Cossio Cortes but then also happened to Eric. Cantor back in the day with a tea party. Can't it's just like we've all completely forgotten about Eric Cantor. Remember Eric Cantor anyone. Can you kind of vaguely conjure up. What his visage looks like in your head yeah? He was supposed to be the speaker of the the House that never came to never came to pass because he got primary data there. I think part of the issue that you're running into with the save state loser. Loser thing is that people don't like voting for someone they think is going to lose the election. It's like marking the wrong answer on a test and knowing that you're marking the wrong answer and I know that it Election is not a test or that that analogy is not perfect. But there's something I think instinctually that gets triggered in our brains especially in collective mass mind. We're going you don't want to vote for forty poop Alton Alton because you don't want after the election when everyone's like Oh did you vote for the mayor like No. I didn't vote for the mayor. I voted for forty poop within. Like no one's going to take you seriously if you say that especially if you actually actually wrote in forty pupils than the point is selling a kid that has the ability to actually deliver the outcome that you want I think is important a meaningful to actually winning that election and someone like Oh Cossio Cortes or any sort of primary challenge. I think that that gets you closer to eventually. Having a third party nominee never mind obviously getting the podium of the House and being able to build your brand and go on TV and being newsmaker and all those other things. And I really they think this this voter needs to see their role differently as more of a A mover of the overton window window in any one direction Oh I think they should. I just don't think that right. I mean think about all the anecdotes that we hear here all the time about the person who is a Bernie then Bloomberg voter. Yeah what does that tell you about. That person person that they're just not an ideologue like that and there are a lot of people who still go and happily vote vote dutifully as it were and and think about politics not ideologically so certainly the whatever is the most left most right argument is the most pure and therefore is the best that that is not going to sell to them at all and you need those people for elections so I think part of the problem with getting people to think strategically are getting voters to think strategically that that. I don't know how you make the sale to them that they need to think strategically especially not in in terms of millions. Yeah if I am confident that if I sat down on you know at a in a in a in a table talk conversation Shen with With any degree it was any type of random voter I oh I think I can have them arrive at a conclusion that is is a little more representative of you know So who is aware of how the Electoral College actually functions absolutely. I think you could turn probably any one person. But they don't AH capability It skill abilities the issue at its. It's how how do you. How do you sell that Uh with You know like a one minute YouTube clip. It's I mean how do you sell that to millions with one minute. Youtube clip an advertisement during the election. Cycle that that's really tricky. And that's the thing I think about it and this is why I go back to. Maybe the answer then does indeed lie in the House of Representatives and building out a caucus progresses. Doing what the tea party did I think thank you. It's getting partisans together in districts that you can hold onto and you can create a little bit of an ideological stronghold and then I'm not a candidate out of that ideological stronghold. I think that's how he third party ultimately will ever get off the ground here in this country. If if anything on the on the side of Justin Amash began to to flourish at least the congressional level I could also see the progressives caucus with the ammash conservative on a lot of different issues to where they can they can hold a majority vote I see that as a A power play. That's there but it's not. It's it's really just squandered because the The Mosh Conservative is it is right now. Yeah it's purely a mosh. One of the kind of startling development subtly startling but mildly surprising prizing is that even people like Thomas Massie are ultimately people that just mosh could not count on. It's it's Interesting time on on both sides but.

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

15:08 min | 1 year ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"There's a lot of media that is out there with that characterizes trump differently than than public sentiment but I even the Iranian government's been kind of very carefully sort of framing. It as this is not about the American people this is about the American government then. Yeah but then when you have Ted Cruz who's parroting this and and and using it That is that's a a different characterization. Because now you can say that like like look this is a guy that ran against trump And and he's even willing linked to to decide behind him or to decide with him on this issue Like this is the level this is the creep of of where the optic can really change And where you can lose you can lose. What you hope was just a understood you can lose that that that understanding of like look? He doesn't doesn't really speak for us and I don't know yeah I mean. He's shifting the overton window of the Republican Party. Remember the overton window. I feel like we haven't talked about that in three or four years but the overton window shifts in multiple directions at the same time I think a lot sometimes people think about the overton window as sort of a political game of tug of war whereas I think of the overton window window and typically this is how you see it presented as sort of a cat and whiskers graph and I'm not just saying that because of my fondness for the felines but like where you have the nodes Ghodse like extreme left and extreme right where you get into lunacy of the US goes communist and we reclaim all property and redistributed. We did so that everyone has true Gal. Terrorism and you know deep right wing theocratic state ISM or whatever example of far-right and far-left. And then there's this box that is the actual boundaries of political discourse. Because we we do even the people who say oh. There's no such thing to actually think that probably is such a thing. We did it with the people who are this thing is too far right wing. They probably don't WanNa live under theocratic state of Iran. So there is actually this box and in the way the Overton overton window works is it gets stretched and different people create pressure to stretch in different directions. So Sean mcelwee Um You know the the abolish ice guy. This guy who is trying to stretch the overton window in a more leftward direction donald trump. However you're is doing the same thing in a different direction? He is stretching Fox News and bending your morning coffee talktime to the point were you actually entertain war crimes and I think you know one of the one of the problems with this era. It's not necessarily. Oh the Democratic Party and there's certainly a new democratic Arctic Progressive Wing and that's awesome finally. They're more progressive. And that's a cool thing but the right has really become quite comfortable with some pretty awful stuff over the course of four years because the people that they use US heuristic of invoked Sean feeders signature argument the people they use this heuristic starting with the president and then trickling down to Ted Cruz and Fox and friends. They are all willing to fall in line behind behind the brain and the drippings of Donald Trump even if only for a moment I think the most dangerous thing about Donald Trump and what he's doing to the Republican Public Party is next week. They will argue with a straight face. Nobody should do war crimes if it's Democrat doing it so it's a complete bending in and distortion of reality around whatever. Trump wants at any specific moment. That's really really dangerous. Yeah it's a is. Is this the excuse made by someone who is transactional To to a point where they they see trump as the Provider of Supreme Court justices and other other you know State level justices and And you can just take that logic to to. I would agree. That is just morally unsound. Oh Yeah for sure especially if you're willing to say I don't really consider war. Crimes in. Iran has part of the negative side of the ledger. Industry it's action. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah I th that'll be interesting to hear The in the in the post trump era the yes sure sure he he did AB NC but we did get those Supreme Court justices. I wonder what Abyan see is as far as the the things that when we the brand now I think. ABC IS GONNA be betraying. The Kurds things of that sort. Maybe they will ultimately come to be dissatisfied with the way trump mishandled North Korea but Iran where it stands as we are recording. This right now Today is just for context. Today is the tail end of January eighth this morning trump gave a speech and seemed to declare victory as Iran will never get a nuclear weapon while I am president which hopefully is only another about twelve months here. So we're I could just hold the line on that trump could get out and really save face on this whole thing here although I'll put it this way they'll have a nuclear weapon within five years right like trump gets reelected. There is absolutely no way. He is going to finish out his term without Iran Iran. Getting a nuclear weapon and that's how Ron's ultimately going to retaliate against us. This is the problem right. Trump doesn't really want to invade Iran. And I think when you're talking about. ABM The things that conservatives would say. Oh that was bad. If trump wash award the ron and it went fucking badly. Conservatives would concede that there's already enough of kind of breaking the line looking at like the Bulwark Jonah. Goldberg met Louis. There are people in the conservative orbit. Who are making the argument that this is not prudent even if they are more bullish on doing things in the middle always than you and I might be I think that could haunt him but as it stands right now I don't think this is going to be viewed as big blemish lamarche so long as trump takes the off ramp that he seems to be signaling? He wants to take today January. Let's we'll see how that offering treats of. Yeah I mean. He doesn't have a lot of options to right if he goes needs Iran. I I don't think he wins. Reelection Iran also has a lot of different options here available to them. They've already done kind of nuisance. Level strikes the strikes they did. Last night didn't injure or kill anyone and they could have struck in an urban center where we have a military base and actually very credibly kill the number are civilians Iraqi and US military. They could actually hit us for some serious damage over there in the Middle East and they chose instead to do a pretty restrained attack. And I think that that's not on accident. But they have other options available to them in the medium term they can get involved in meddling in the twenty twenty election. Hey remember election meddling that thing that some some people in many parts of the bloop spectrum seem to downplay or deny happen at all on any level or in that any state has ever done. Even though we've seen it internationally over the last four or five years not just here domestically but if I were Iran I would certainly be entertaining the notion of getting some trolls up on the Internet to start moving people's minds thoughts and minds changed changed the conversation on twitter. Change the conversation on facebook below canoe things like that. I'd be looking to hack into servers of the Republican National Committee. Ib maybe thinking thinking about doing some leaks maybe give some intelligence to wikileaks. wikileaks might actually league stuff. That would be damaging to the trump administration coming from the Iranian government and if they were of the belief that there is a real imminent threat of war. You do have a lot of people who are sort of passionately an objectively against worn a front obviously Iran wars not a smart war savvy. War necessary were really just no good reason to go to war with Iran. At this point I could totally see wikileaks. Leaking intelligence stolen documents order hacked documents hacked by their own government. No less from the kind of turning twenty-six on its head here Dow create a lot of chaos. You know what I'm saying unlike We we we the Americans. We still don't really have a great sense of the way the Internet interplay with the rest of the world and how the rest of the world is Tried I to influence the outcome of our various elections. There are a lot of options available to them and then obviously long-term I if I were the Iranians would be looking at. How do we fasttrack having nuclear weapons? Because if you can show to the world that trump killed one of our top generals and you know what that meant would that meant is we were done with this Iran nuclear deal and instead we decided no one in the international coalition can actually credibly keep our state safe from people like the United States. Russia China whoever it might be coming in and killing our top military brass and so are only responsible. Only option left it is we need to create nuclear deterrence. I think that the Iranians will kind of fast track that and that serves the ultimate middle finger to the world. And oh by the way uh-huh by the way and this is the ultimate problem with trump's foreign policy and he's not even really getting pilloried for this enough it goes back to North Korea. Right it goes back to his inability to get a a deal with North Korea and why North Korea will never do a deal now once you kill the top military leader. Veron if you're Kim Jong Hoon and you're reading during that in your newspaper This Day. What makes you think that trump wouldn't do that to you? What would make any person thinking about getting nuclear weapons? Pids who is not an ally of the United States think that that wouldn't happen to their country or their little fascist regime. Yeah that's interesting especially with Kim Jong Il Where his mind is now? I don't know if if he has the EGO that that allows him to consider him himself as a target By trump That's That's interesting but he said a global precedent here right. I mean this is the other other thing. That's very dangerous now. What is to stop the Chinese or the Russians particularly? I'm thinking about the Chinese from killing a top military terry leader in a US aligned country saying that they were concerned about some sort of imminent threat. What is the international national pushback against that though there there's no? US has no voice of authority on this. Yeah and and if we don't have a voice of authority on this then you're looking at the European Union and the European Union driving the car through the United Nations. And as I'm saying this out loud you guys are probably chuckling listening to it. And that's what really worries me about edge lording on foreign policy. See that is happening on the left. We're all this kind of like a chuckle fast. Except for maybe a few pet issues and then also the right wing American. I sort of approach coach to this. It's deeply a historical when it's as though people are trying to unlearn the lessons of the last one hundred years I there obviously massive amounts of problems in horrible things have happened over the last one hundred years but some of those horrible things have actually resulted in hard-fought ought lessons and I think one of them we had to old wars over this notion of having some sort of body that has some degree of Global Global Authority and one of the things that Bush that was so damaging with the launch of the Iraq. War was that all. We're going to go alone strategy. I mean he contrived up this notion the coalition of the willing to at least give himself the sense of international heft but it became transparent and it was damaging to US credibility abroad trump. His doing that on steroids to use kind of a cliche analogy here but it's much more amplified version of that Bush error that Bush doctrinal error of ultimately the. US has enough weight so that we can go in and be a force for moral clarity. I think think even when the situation is morally clear no country alone on their own. HAS MORAL CLARITY. You look at something like Syria. Who's never going want to be on the US to stop the displacement over over one million people in the death of thousands or whatever if it was ever going to work? If you're ever going to stop the Assad garage them from killing their own people in destroying all of their rebel forces and anyone who is not loyal to the Assad regime. You're going to need the heft of the international community. Trump has created a paradigm where everything is the term has balkanised but everyone is atom ising and there are other forces the world Russia and China particularly Russia who've put efforts into the yellow vests Marine Le Pen in France but also also the brexit campaign and the DUP remember William Campbell when he came on the show and was talking about how the DUP was getting money and they think it was probably from Russia like there has been this real effort to break down anything that would approximate the international order. And I have real concerns about about a situation like trump killing Sola Mani in this post international order world creating a regional war that could potentially intially spread into a global conflict given enough time enough gas. Yeah and as far as the time goes..

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

14:45 min | 1 year ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"Ladies and Gentlemen Hello Again and welcome back to. Don't worry about the government. Happy Twenty twenty. Everybody it's an election year and if it's an election year Brian. You know what that means. Doesn't mean what does it mean it's GonNa get real L.. Stupid up in here. Baby kicked off the year with a real stupid bang within days. We've managed to get ourselves into escalatory Lori tensions with Iran Brian Brian. Hi Brian how are you. I'm all right. Chris and I'm trying to remember that despite all the the the insane twenty twenty Goings on I am still doing you know relatively okay and I hope you are too Chris us and I hope all of the Don't worry about the government. Listeners are also doing okay I like to call them the DWAGS I I referred. I referred to the listeners. dwags I don't I don't know I don't think that's all right. So Oh let's start things up here with a little bit of a Brian halverson round of applause victory lap for what of your takes from last year I. It's odd by bide lied for six seven days now as we haven't got a chance to record so I wanted to let things play out a little bit before we put out a stale newspaper. Sort of episode. I hate when I do one of those so I like to make sure we're actually at a beat where I feel like I can put out an episode and it's actually topical Bryant last year. We were talking about impeachment whole whole lot. I've got some more thoughts about impeachment and why it's relevant today's conversation about Iran but your take on impeachment particularly in the middle of the ear was really notable. 'cause you're like one of the only people I can think of. Maybe the only person I can think of who had the position that the reason trump needed to be impeached was to serve as a check on him taking any further military action. You were a little less convinced necessarily by the MOLA report findings and and more convinced that trump had impulses militarily speaking that needed to be checked and that he already sort of started to overstep some of those boundaries. Yes An- and also it's it's more of an A signal to To the world at large that whatever where he is up to we are not behind and It's it's it's it's more optics optics for for me than than anything but especially With the position we're in now with the Ron It would be a much different signal to Iran if if trump was was impeached and the Senate hearings go differently than they will. Here's where I think you're right about impeachment and Iran on being linked. I think you're right about it. In the sense that Sulamani absolutely would not be dead right now. If Donald Trump has been impeached for five months ago I think that trump would not have been trying to find some sort of outdoor with Iran if the Democrats have moved right after mower. I think that there was enough of a public pressure. The polling was behind them and the only reason the polling started to trim. I'm back the other direction. For trump is because the Democrats stood down if they had stood their ground if they had actually fought on the principles there I think they would have been. I'm just fine because I think part of this. It's not just the facts. I think. The facts are clearly on their side. Part of this is also just the optics if the facts are on your side and an argument. But nobody's willing to actually fight for the position. It doesn't matter that you're right you're going to lose by the wrong people who were vociferous in vehement and I think that's that's what's happened here to a certain extent with Iran. no-one fought on the Mola reports. Don't fall on the impeachment stuff here. Trump's felt emboldened. Now it looks like he's he's going to get impeached and because Pelosi created this little downbeat between passing the articles of impeachment and sending them over the Senate and I understand why she did it tactically speaking but this downbeat has created an introspective in thoughtful point for trump to consider. Well maybe maybe they can impeach a wartime president maybe the optics of impeaching president at war with a country would be really really bad. Yeah and I wonder WHO's working on that counterparts with him. been I don't liked to give him that much tactical credit. No I think this is a Steve Miller thing. I think that Stephen Miller is still getting fed strategy and tactics tactics from people like Steve. Bannon these people who left the White House. Some of the worst people were involved in setting up the structure of the administration. They left the White House but they never left. Trump's orbit orbit fully Steve Bannon still very much politically active. And I'm sure Steve bannon still very much has access to minimum people like Rudy Giuliani. But but I'm guessing that he probably has trump's ear from time to time as well and I'm sure some of those bannon type ideas are getting fed back to him. You WanNa talk about the timing. Yeah let's talk a little a bit about the timing here so I think that the cause and effect is fairly simple. Initially it was floated trump to have some sort of response to to this death that occurred on December twenty seventh the person who died was a naturalized Iraqi immigrants. So so what we're expected to believe your bride is that trump's launched this whole big international skirmish with Iran because he's really upset about the death of a Muslim missile migrant. So just keep that the back of your head here would ever consider the defenses of the trump administration. Wide Trump. Made this call so there. There was an incident during this incident. This person who served for our government died and initially a range of options was presented to trump up to it including killing Sulamani here trump to mirror. The New York Times reported. They said that trump initially initially not interested in doing this days later. He changes his mind. And I think that changing of the mind that suggests two us that this was not really linked to the discrete event on December twenty seventh. That death was not the prompt. There is something else that occurred in the future. The trump administration's position on this has been shifted a few times but generally has orbited around this this notion that there was some sort of imminent attack and they need to respond by killing this military leader in order to prevent vent this imminent attack and I think that essentially the administration is now burned with demonstrating that this was the case. Not just because they made the argument. But because because there's really very few circumstances that I can come up with that would justify killing a top level member of a state's Camila for nothing you can't you. You wouldn't kill Russia's top general. You wouldn't kill the Chinese top general you would not kill. Obviously an allies allies top general. The French the German the British if the Russians. Let's say killed the top German general. We would be you know up in arms about it. You can't do this unless list. There's actually something that connects the dots on this. I don't think Iran's done retaliating on this but I think the administration's very much coach now facing pressure on or should be facing pressure at bare minimum to demonstrate that. There's actually some sort of foreign policy related cause and effect because if there isn't if there isn't then it has to be sort of by process of elimination domestic related impeachment related needed or at minimum impeachable. Because you can't just go and kill the top general of some country because something's going wrong domestically. Yeah I feel like this is one of are those moments where you can predict the language that they're going to point out as their their excuse. Excuse like like there's going to be some argument made over what imminent means yeah. They're already started tuneup. The band on that Yesterday Chris Chuckling about the idea. There was eminence but in reverse so I think like as actually we were worried about the retaliations so we had to go ahead and kill Sola Body. Yeah There's there's always a way that they can reverse engineer The something in there and it's this is another one of those another one of those points where it's the easy to keep your constituency lost in the weeds to the point where they can just see this as we killed a bad guy right and it's it's too easy. They're trying to conflicted to al-Baghdadi I actually think that that's where the argument starts to kind of fall apart right. Like al-Baghdadi was not recognized by any nation states military three as a military leader and also. Oh by the way when Al Baghdadi was killed. Did you see anyone really from any a part of the political spectrum who is particularly upset about the death of Al Baghdadi which conservative talking heads have been talking about Iranian targets That now all of the sudden there's this just this level of righteousness over the subject There's I think I missing in here but are we talking about the destroying the cultural sites argument that has been getting cavalierly made by not just people on Fox News but also politicians partitions. Yeah reading the president. That's interesting extension The the fact authors politicians parody. Well I think it comes from the top down. I mean this is what I term the view from Fifth Avenue for those who maybe Bjarne following the reference here during the Twenty Sixteen Campaign Donald Trump said about four years ago now that he could kill a man on fifth avenue and no one would do anything and essentially. That's kind of how I view this I mean he. He killed the man on Fifth Avenue remotely. He didn't pull out a revolver and shoot them. We don't have a youtube due to video. Donald trump murdering a human being but what Donald Trump did in substance it appears to be to redirect and change a media narrative. Is he killed. Somebody auty I which is pretty ridiculous. Yeah and and I think he is just looking at this as multitasking like he has to flex some sort of hawkish muscle right before the election. It's I I can see him like saying oh Who's WHO's on the big board Who's WHO's on the list of pulled me up? A top five and What's the likelihood likelihood that we can get anyone from the top five and Oh that guy okay. Go Go Like I I view it as so indiscriminate as far as who he chose the other part of that Fifth Avenue quotas I could kill man on Fifth Daven you and I wouldn't lose a supporter. Yeah and I think that. That's that's what is so kind of horrifying about Fox News on Fox and friends while you're sipping your coffee while your parents are sipping their coffee or your grandparents or sipping their coffee. They're getting talk just casual talk about maybe doing a few war crimes to really really send a message to Iran at seventy am and then you have people like Ted Cruz coming out and saying query to the people of Iran this is one of his tweets if so called supreme leader no longer has alongside him. His could force enforcer to ensure that a military will brutally suppress the people is he still supreme now. What crews doesn't even realize as he's openly mocking the Iranian people is that he's essentially conceding here? That Sumani was a state actor and a member of a military us not just merely a terrorist terrorist. which is the whole crux of their argument? And really this is. I think what they're ultimately going to gravitate to and try to fall back on. It's not the eminence I think they're testing out eminence and kind of doing the test balloon. It's not going so well. I think they're going to try to fall back on. This notion that he's just merely a terrorist in the same way that someone like Bin Laden is or whatever a terrorist interest serving different nation states but actually in essence a terrorist instead of an actual decorated military officer of the nation state of Iran with with with respect to cruise. I I wonder how much damage Specifically specifically I mean Ted Cruz does a lot of damage in a lot of different directions but with respected this Subject object. I wonder how the Iranian media take someone like crews and when they're when they're listening to trump and internalizing trump and reporting on trump You can characterized trump is being rogue from the public sentiment of of the typical American and And I I would presume..

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on The 45th

"The inevitable that helped us kill Buck Dowdy is now an instrument against don't trump yeah even more concerning me about this Division between investigating Selections Investigating Future Elections is they're setting up a scenario where they can gain political points they can get advantage coming election. right that's right and all of this is set up for the two thousand twenty election Ukraine being asked to investigate Joe Biden or the congressionally approved for hundred million dollars at the will be with health and always I just want to remind people you Ukrainian citizens have died like eleven thousand civilian Violations and some good old bribery thrown in there here and there bribery sorry of course the bribery and then and meanwhile we have bill bar I just love this this should be like leading news.

"fifth avenue" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on The 45th

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on The 45th

"Hi and welcome this week's forty fifth podcast I'm here this week with was hey wash welcome back Hey how's it going Susan How's The minivan recording studio the Minivan Recording Stereo is very well air conditioned I'm sitting in my Dr way a hidden from the view of my children blocked the windows are blocked so even if the pure out they can't see you're fine I'm not I'm here right now so right now we have safe-space well this week we have as always to the end of time a lot going on but I think this week start off with I wanted to discuss the order from Judge Howell and the District Court are the district for DC Did you get chance to read that much I didn't read the order but I am completely or what you're talking about I'm really glad you're actually mentioning because I believe this week as we're seeing more and more laughable and shameful obstructionism by Republicans people kind of glancing over this This order that came now I don't know how many people are actually reading it a federal court order for fun but it is an interesting one it has to do with the lawsuit brought by Democrats in the house trying to get access to certain grants immaterial from the investigation now in most cases grandeur materials are off limits to just about everyone knew some limited cases where they can make sensible to like say a defendant where certain due process rights come into play but for the most part grand jury stuff is secret and we'll stay secret and even if the authorities cannot get at it there's an exception however and that has to do with impeachment medications so Democrats Sue to get access DOJ blocked and said nope they can't have that for the surprises and judge barrel howls Ling was that what was read from it she wrote the DOJ claims that existing law bars disclosure to Congress the grand jury information doj is wrong and carrying out the weighty constitutional duty of determining whether impeachment of the President is warranted Congress need not Redo the nearly two years of efforts spent on a special counsels. instigation nor risk being misled by witnesses who may have provided information to the grand jury and the special counsel that varies from what they tell Hac House Judiciary Committee has explained in more detail below HAC's application for an order authorizing they're released teach a certain grand jury materials related to Special Counsel Education is granted now grand jury materials are one instance where whether or not the house is involved in an impeachment proceedings actually matters because one of the authorizations for release of Scranton materials has to do with if there's a judicial proceeding and as the court ruled in this case this impeachment proceedings is educational preceding yes one legitimate one at that just earn important kind of a huge hole in the argument and spiracy rays of Republicans were saying that everything so far has been illegitimate and therefore should not be considered as we discussed previously whether the argument that the that will and Republicans are banking on is that because there was ever a vote authorizing beginning of peaceful preceding are impeachment inquiry this is not a real quote unquote impeach him inquiry and therefore the rules of impeachments don't don't apply the court said now that's not how this works note new and the court found the stooges argument proves too much it goes too far and that if this argument was loud prevail this would mean the executive branch because the empowered to wall off any mation crimes and he wrongdoing just having in front of the grand jury now it's also worth noting that in a separate suit in a separate court evolving this internal search for trump tax records the DOJ trump's attorneys were asked by the judge how much they were how far there win that the president was immune to investigation and prosecution and judge asked well what if trump shoots a man on fifth avenue what happens in and he can turn he said that the president of the United States America president trump is immune if he shoots someone a civilian on Fifth Avenue and there's actually a recording of this exchange that I recommend everyone this because you think that Susan just making this up but no that actually happen let's hear now what's your view on on the fifth avenue example local authorities couldn't investigate they can do anything about it I think bob once a president is removed from office they'll any local authority this is not a permanent immunity well I'm talking about while in office no nothing could be done that's your position that's correct yeah I don't think the judge was to impress with that argument but that is the ultimate extent of what trump is arguing and unfortunately the DOJ which is thickly synonymous with trump at this point that's also I in line with ability bars extremely expansive view of executive authority I would like to say an extremist interpretation. Yeah well now case some of what the White House's done so far maybe come back to bite them for instance the simple loan letter the page Trumpian rant about how this was real Peter Proceeding on that Judge Howell wrote the White House's stated policy of non-cooperation with the impeachment inquiry as heavily in favor of disclosure Congress's need to access grand jury material relevant to the potential impeachable conduct by a president is heightened when the executive branch willfully obstructs channels for accessing other relevant evidence it's not good win the impeachment hasn't really even gonNA hide gear yet and already you have a judge ruling that that the president's engaged in willfully obstructing channels they're stuck to write because it's been a week since Republicans storm skipped with the argument the whole time was we want everything to be public we want full disclosure even though the Republicans who storm actually are part of the committee and had access to the rings and actually Republicans were sitting there and actually listening to these are depositions and the reason why you didn't hear any leaks by Republicans is because the information that allegedly came out was so damning and also I'm so glad you mentioned that exchange between the judge and trump's lawyer when the trumps trump any so that he could literally shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and immune around that same day the former Attorney General Shout Matthew Whitaker leap walked above everyone else attorney general who leapfrogged above everyone else because he auditioned for the role and CNN he also said that the president there that abusing power was not illegal so that will also happen they're just keep an accent if you're listening to how far Republican enablers are willing to go to protect Donald Trump Congress the Republicans rate on the scale week it was how many were involved quite a few republicans basically interrupted a ongoing deposition that was conducted in secure facility tweeting from the place where you can never have a cell phone messaging staff who are tweeting out these things that were writing but how are you conveying information to your staff Matt Gaetz are there was a staffer who did it once once they're so incompetent that's what's beautiful McKay was once they were informed that it's actually illegal to uh bringing a cell phone to a secret facility at then they're like oh it wasn't me it was a staffer who did it and then the funny thing was is that got hungry after like two hours and they were pizza so if you're hang on these people to have a hunger strike fear 'cause Good luck I relate to that I would be really really I would probably give up on any kind demonstration pizza now just let me know in advance don't call me for that look they they can't defend the facts the facts have trump and his accomplices tonight's the god of and so they're gonNA attack the process and the process now is actually working against them from both sides right because if you want more transparency and accountable Ludi and now you want the public to have access to these depositions guess what that ain't good for trump so what are they going to do next that's the question from every angle screw the gates and companies little stunt is definitely making Congress eighteen fifties again that's one America was apparently great it's it's it's definitely a time when use of force and and that far I mean there was actual violence canings and whatnot but this is an example of how breakdown and political processes has led to whenever they wanted to but it's definitely collation of their willingness to outside the rule of law and normal congressional procedure to get their way impede this medication but anyway my favorite part of traveling for work especially is when you go to a hotel and they have a nice comfy quiet bed with cool Chris sheets and it's lovely and you actually have Brooklyn which was created by husband and wife team to give you the luxurious hotel field in your own home then in Brooklyn has actually been awarded by good housekeeping as Susan the best of online betting and and as a person who values his sleep which he rarely gets because he has fourteen hundred babies I can tell you that yeah more or less give or take having cool crisp clean comfortable linen can give you the type of sleeve if you're an exhausted that that can really refresh you restore you and so if you want this type of sleep Susan I recommend you shop at Brooklyn Dot Com my Brooklyn sheets the most comfortable sheets I've ever slept on and.

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on The 45th

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"A leader you know somebody else will um shoot the shit right so it's turned out but he had a lot of business interests including the um food store on fifth avenue the sean john store which if you have a storm fifth avenue your definitely you know you're you're you're writing checks out it probably forty fifty grand for month and keep in mind this was you know circa 2000 east or something you know but i wanted to what i learned a lot and um one has to serve you know fundamentally in sometimes the liberal in figaro in a sense understand you know um how to work with people how to navigate prefer cold circumstances you know and how to be a good leader he even if it means observing what you don't kill four yeah very interesting talk a little bit about uh you know as you within your 'cause i can tell people that you were opposed to publicity in the pr is different you know we've gone to not that a link to the last interview and social media kind of live out they love that whole concept of going beyond the single fully the bmovie a celebrity in your as well talk about how you approach set in how use strategize right from the beginning because i can tell us like part of the dna in the way you take hear of a quiet about that too that's it and i i think it's early trading and film and television oh you guys out there listening do one big in your lives taken acting just do it you know it doesn't cost you anything but but tying for yourself be who you are or jump in the feet of a different character what have begun to understand very early when i need alatas these celebrities.

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"As a as a sometimes as a woman or sometimes at the person of color a where your brahma we you've got you feel like i don't measure you feel like you know they're not going to see mmhmm but i had to fight that had to fight all that i'm creator i'm not competing with you and and another comparison i like to say is fifth avenue you go to pit avenue if gucci was every stupid avenue in gucci one gucci want fifth avenue no one would go uh you need the success of gucci prada potato vonetta louisville time for your thing to be successful you need other success or restaurants because some night they're not going to feel like that they want yours but if everybody ate the same thing we will all we what we all hated and so this is wide now and as an actor ice get very very jealous you know you see a billboard at the new audition for you like man i hate to me but now they wait now let me tell you i i wanna thank god i look at the billboard as a man his success is my success because the bigger he gets the more opportunities for me and asked the truth that's not even mumbo jumbo it's not a joke everyone everyone ears successful it makes you more successful in once i knew that and realized it it was no going back terry cruise category of one easy to create new category and to compete.

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Do they see it says you that you wanted to you wanted to comment on jerusalem it's all open right now if i do i think trump fifth avenue if we have ray however it's a wrong time to do it i really think it frightens me i mean it will increase slowly away show we don't want that we are old full well i maya trump i sit for them he strongly thank sailed in a box i like all of that but let's say what if something like this so late around later on down the road because this is this right and say we don't need any more violence who we i mean really will overwhelm that's about this and you are a trump supporter ksfo san francisco there's only about six of you in the whole city of san francisco you do know that yeah i do know there million i'll tell you this is i think out of the box mr trump by i speak trump he's from queens and i am from the bronx but i'll tell you this a part of my gut tells me and that he is do about saying it's good or it's bad i'm just saying one of the driving forces on this is that he wanted to he needs to win before the end of the year he's going to get the tax thing but he needs and other win and he's doing this in part because he wanted to do something no other president in modern history has done and it satisfies a campaign promise and he puts them in illegal his own a jew w didn't do it obama didn't do it clinton didn't do it and i as i mentioned earlier this has been the lawson's around 1995 it's been part of the last four platforms of the democratic party and he's the only president who had who was bold enough i think all the others were afraid to as they are with no north korea to do this but an thank you for your thank you for your call i do appreciate it we'll take a quick break we'll come back you're listening to the home of god faith and reason dr savage is latest book my name is lou paid this is.

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Threetime steelers as a good football game than nfl needs good football games lately but will us anyway will see how house new york doing these days i'm your crate now or or having patten opium it's always great comeback do you like to go see the the decorations and the rockefeller center and all that stuff yeah currently every everything we sort of walk all over um they have a a terrific at godmen displayed on the front part of saks fifth avenue so they actually closed off between fifth avenue going towards rockefeller center there's a road there that they close at off the people that just come to see uh be christmas decorations it's just beautiful and then you know having going to mass at saint patrick's uh on sunday uh i just love it i love it and and they're they're saying christmas plenty in new york city and that's not a funding people absolutely good i'm saying it all over the place and in a matter of fact danny and i had dinner with jay in uh jay lucas and garin now the other night new york now he jus we've been talking about his children of uh patriots that's a good organisation terrific organization you know i'm really proud jack what we do in new hampshire we veteran town with now children of fallen patriots um we really can make a difference and you know and i know you don't like to do this but we don't you don't like what would we do this you but it's because of this radio show that we're able to go ahead and reach out to people well um uh mike in to you.

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on WDRC

"The by button so this is what is what is happening and you know if you have been following the whole story about shopping this year uh you have heard the stories at some of the big stores macy's soares like that up at anfield they had to close and some of these big was saks fifth avenue in some areas of the united states they have had to close these were the big big money on monday stores and people just don't wanna get all caught up all caught up in these in these crowds but according to salesforce dot com which ya analyzes data from five hundred million shoppers worldwide across more than two thousand seven hundred and fifty retail sites by salesforce expects the pattern to repeat this year and next year over listen to this now over thanksgiving weekend last year okay last year an estimated one hundred egged nine million people online compared with ninety nine made in stores.

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"I felt like shit i just felt like shit you know but the drugs at the out on going out my buddies that really even that out in a home i would take the bus from burgum line to fucking port authority and then i would take the train might have to take to trade to have to pick one i forget to what street and then shoot over them walk like five blocks all it was at one hundred with 18th may be third or fourth avenue fifth avenue and i get there by time trial opened up the sprawl with them i'd sweep the front i go goes breakfast like hamburg sandwiches around the corner sometimes they pick me up in my house and we were going to a diner in seacaucus where they used to have sought wall tafuri howard johnson's right yeah we were going to howard johnson's he breakfast program strategy of the day and then we would shoot into fucking spanish charlemagne do numbers from 10 o'clock the three from 103 i walked with restoring got coffee and what will suit marking got rice i ham they would cook i was just a gulf and then between that and go up different fucking envelope should numbers at three o'clock the number would come off in new york in that was it i was done for the day they would ask me if i needed cash i'd say yet been asked me how much town one hundred and let don't always gave me a hundred forty a day trod works every fucking day tzuoying leave the restaurant csak or something that may yet they're going into the rest of the czech league now they gave me the rest in cash on fridays also every day they would ask you one in anything yet fog that's like a perfect job real solid technological every other day.

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"fifth avenue" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"fifth avenue" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It a hamburg winning says don't worry about it in fact mr trump but the truth confused because the bruins of swiss identity and then the last what is done down with malaga phobia monologue the example of the failure give it said joe news among the low the fct would rather a b c naked any place in fifth avenue than the coal is the same would twice to on the one senses mr charlie rose walsh into the nearby restaurant the television into was struck by cars version of the rescued thailand soandso so what happened to mr rose they lose the identities of the person because they're frightened of using the same name twice he used it all the time and i've seen the crimea referred to as as they can islands all sorts of things you come follow this unless you know where the pro a most programs that is did because who's your thirty two who is it for he was in here today who is immediately so this is another one of the deceptions built since elaine the most important pushes the confusions introduced him business jones and the euphemisms button the way shows in fact people are no longer raviv give me the debate they demise are so let me talk about your career for born in manchester yes yes a mother was a nine mother lifts to the age of eleven twelve and started a tiny shop of grocery just as the house or outside in the house in the from parlor here as the world will started she's says his selling little thing things first of all ice cream and then tins of bees and then something else.

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