38 Burst results for "Four Years"

Who Needs the Europa League Title Most?

ESPN FC

04:37 min | 7 hrs ago

Who Needs the Europa League Title Most?

"Here's your to win. The europa league manchester united installed his early favorites. Actually co-favorites with spurs english teams. One two three even arsenal getting a better odds to in the euro league van c milan. Let's focus in on those three english clubs specifically their managers. Craig i'll start with you. Which is three need to win the europa league. Most i suppose seventy one hundred in milan because the book is going through. That could be the only reason i passed. Thank josiah marines. When there's the most. Because i think he's the mine under most pressure. His league possession at moment stinks the team's performances have been pretty rotten in terms of on the eye on the country mile off the top four. At one point the talk was others team in the title race and so he needs to deliver something otherwise. He's under severe pressure. I mean you could say well attack. The does he's got cut behind them transition to ask no. I think he's pretty safe there and they talk for. There's no doubt about so. I actually think marinas the mon- needs it. The most stevie you agree they still got a shot at hardware in the league cup final. They got a shot at top six. Maybe an outside shot at top four spurs really. Need this most absolutely think so. Yeah arsenal. yeah we think point lead over you. He's he's got an f. e. cop behind them less than two months ago so he's fine creek said during transition marino. Another honda is is is not in my opinion going to be in the top four. That's why he was brought and it wasn't brought in to do anything else so it's important that he does produced. So we're because that will deflect away from what has jaw was and the premier league and unfortunately for him yes. He's a the problem is they'll position gsa city who nobody wants to face. So i'm one hundred percent we create. This is absolutely marino. And tom mark from the manchester united perspective. Just how important is this to jar. His record and cup. Tournaments is well documented over four in finals. Big without first trophy be. I think it needs to win one soon. Because it's now four years when united trophy on a long time and they always have the opportunity in the kaaba cup of one. One that need is more than tottenham because five years at the champions league. The asked really really the champions football. I it's sick of being semi-finalists are knocking on the door. They're not gonna win the primarily this season to trophies. This is man united. We're talking about. We're talking about the process itself alongside by munich real madrid barcelona as one of the biggest club in the world. The biggest clubs in the world win trophies and is now four years since one. United one one-stroke trophy with the minor the minor cops. Let's be honest. The league company europa league in two thousand seventeen. They haven't won a big trophy since whilst explosion retired. Let's be honest. The two thousand thirteen primarily because even fa co-ops and the von hall didn't really count towards the biggest trophy so united. Need over the start winning again. And i think social really needs it but if he doesn't win a trophy this season i don't think it'll be the end of their old firm. I think you'll still be there. But i do think the to kick on become this team is going to challenge for the majors. They have to win something. So craig no no i just think off the bucket marks point that yet yeah financially obstacle. But we're talking about modules marina for the reasons that steve and i say and and say well and it's a big f because it's not you know some good teams in there. They say it was a year in the league and we lost hurricane and we will see all these excuses. You'll save won the europa league a nuts champions league football because that's the carrot dangled for when the euro league note from a united perspective. As augie said you know when you're polite for them and their historical standpoint is neither here in the last good marino himself. He delivered second-place mandated. Emily he delivered the gop league undesirable cup. So they've done recently. They really need to be the primarily title at least go neck and neck all the way until publiz reasons you take a trophy as a manager and you would take if you united but really the dining a much. Bigger table than the europa league

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Fresh "Four Years" from News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:48 min | 7 min ago

Fresh "Four Years" from News, Traffic and Weather

"Law by the governor, attorneys could still argue their clients were arrested or convicted on the law that was found unconstitutional. What significance does this place have for you? A lot of love. There's a lot of love shown here for the residents do it. 11. Returning to the epicenter of the first covert 19 outbreak. We joined a volunteer nurse, the Life Care Center of Kirkland one year later. She wanted to go back and the incredible development that's a hopeful sign for other nursing homes. A new blow for Seattle's cruise industry why one cruise company is pulling up anchor and moving their headquarters out of state. Lady Gaga has kidnapped dogs have been found. There They are, What we just learned about their return after her dog Walker was attacked and shot and it's been a stormy night here in the Emerald City, but l ke li captured this picture of a son here day over the market. Nellie Obey. And you know what? Tomorrow will be a brighter day for getting out in about downtown, too. I'll have the rest of the forecast, including a peek at the beginning of March. That's coming up next. All right. Thanks shit. And we're watching all the live feeds new video coming into the thunderstorms and a lightning strike. The U. Dub Baseball game will have a four year we'll be right back. What you're doing. Designing my new.

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Malcolm X's Family Push to Uncover the "Truth" behind His Death

Democracy Now! Audio

06:37 min | 17 hrs ago

Malcolm X's Family Push to Uncover the "Truth" behind His Death

"The. Fbi and new york. Police departments are facing new calls to finally open their records related to the assassination of malcolm x. Shocked at fifty six years ago at the audubon ballroom and harlem february twenty first nineteen sixty five. This comes after the release of a deathbed confession of a former undercover new york police officer who admitted to being part of a broad new york police and fbi conspiracy targeting malcolm in the confession the former officer. Raymond would who died last year admitted he entrapped to members of malcolm security team and another crime. A plot to blow up the statue of liberty just days before the assassination. On saturday ray woods cousin. Reggie would read the letter at a news conference at the shabazz center in harlem assignment to draw the two men into a felonious federal crime so that they could be arrested by the fbi and kept away from managing malcolm. X's audubon ballroom door security on february twenty first nineteen sixty five in his letter. Raymond would also revealed. He was inside the audubon ballroom. At the time of malcolm's assassination at least one other undercover new york police officer. Gene roberts was also inside after infiltrating the security team of the organization of afro american unity. The group malcolm founded after leaving the nation of islam. Both officers would and roberts were part of the bureau of special services and investigations or bossie. A secret of political intelligence unit of the nypd nicknamed the red squat welcomes assassination. Police arrested three members of the nation of islam. His murder but questions about the guilt of the men have lingered for decades in his letter. Raymond would openly says one of the men. Thomas johnson was innocent and was arrested to quote. Protect my cover and the secrets of the fbi and the nypd unquote ray woods letter. Echoes claims and recent books by manning marable and less pain that some of malcolm's actual assassins were never charged in a moment. We'll be joined by raymond. Woods cousin reggie would released his deathbed confession. But i i want to turn to the words of malcolm x. Himself speaking after his home in queens was firebomb just a week before his assassination february fourteenth. Nine thousand nine hundred sixty five by house was bombed. It was bound by the muslim movement. On the orders of aligned to mohammed. Now they hit come around so they had planned to do it from the front. End the back so that i couldn't get out. They had they. They covered the complete the door then they had come to the back but instead of getting directly in back of the house in this way they stood at a forty five degree angle and talk with the windows so it it glance and onto the ground and the fire hit the window woke up my second oldest baby and then the fire burn on the outside of the house but it had had that one going through that window it would have fallen on a six year old girl a four year old girl and a two year old girl. And i'm gonna tell you if it had done it. Taken my wrangling going to anybody insight. I would not wait. Goes in the senate because this the police know the criminal operation of the black muslim movement because they have thoroughly infiltrated because they have thoroughly infiltrated it. Those are the words of malcolm x. Right before his assassination right after his home was firebombed in february of nineteen sixty five just days later he was shot seconds after he took the stage at the ballroom. We're joined now by reggie. Would the cousin of raymond would author of the new book. The ray which story confessions of a black nypd cop in the assassination of malcolm x. Still with us. Civil rights attorney. Ben crump who attended that news conference with Reggie wooden at the audubon ballroom now. The shabazz center where malcolm x was assassinated fifty six years ago. Reggie thank you so much for joining us. Use read parts of the letter this weekend. Talk about your cousin. Ray would and what you understand happened the conspiracy. He alleges that he was a part of by the fbi. And the new york police department to assassinate malcolm x. Morning thank you for having me ray was was a complicated man I think be based on his past experiences he he lived with a lot of fear and caution on a daily basis which instilled in me over the past ten years but are ray was a person that lived as a lived. He lived as a as a very quiet and reserved person because of what he experienced he witnessed some horrible things firsthand and also realized that he was a part of it after the fact and so therefore ray was told by his handlers. That not to repeat anything that he had seen or heard or he would Join malcolm therefore for forty six years. Ray separated himself from the family and In fear that he will put us in danger out rey lived alone many years and he Finally in his final years when he realized that he was his cancer was a reoccurring. He wanted to reconnect with family. Because he didn't want to die alone. So i volunteered to move them to florida so that my wife and i take care of them and get them back and forth cancer treatments things of that nature and therefore he trusted me enough to reveal this information and asked me not to say anything until he passed away but at the same time knox allow them to take it to his grave.

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Fresh update on "four years" discussed on Best of Financial Issues with Dan Celia

Best of Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:42 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "four years" discussed on Best of Financial Issues with Dan Celia

"Piling up. The ports. There is no supply chain. There's nothing going anywhere, and that's the problem. That is the problem. So yet we always going up with number one, the number one importer off crude oil. China. I don't have any. I don't have anything else number one important. Three years ago, they were the number one exporter of gasoline. How in the world Is China dumping gasoline on the world? They have no natural resource is none and one of the most comical things that has happened that we just saw after it happened. I'm going to say four years after it happened. We have the number one exporter of gasoline. China. Here's Here's the ironic part of what was happening on a Tuesday on a Tuesday Barack Obama on a Tuesday went to Paris and signed on to the carbon emissions. Treaty are call it the green Energy bill. That was on a Tuesday. All right on the following Thursday, same week Tuesday, he signs that we've got to save the world,.

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The Changing Seasons of Our Lives

Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast

02:48 min | 1 d ago

The Changing Seasons of Our Lives

"Just because you've done something for ken years or twenty years and it's been god the whole time that doesn't mean that god can't suddenly get done with it. I want you to go in a different direction. So i'm just going to tell you a story. Maybe help you understand a little bit about what you don't watch far one. It's time for a change in your life first of all. Let me say when something is changing in your life when it's obvious that there's a change maybe there's a change at your workplace and there's nothing you can do about it. You don't like it but they're changing something and it's gonna affect you. You can either sit there and be unhappy or you can go along with the change. Well i heard this one time. And i think it's very good when something is changing. The first thing you need to do is change your mind about the change. Say because if you're like. I don't like this and i'm not going to be happy with this. If it's going to change anyway then you might as well change your mind and say get used to this. It's going to be okay. you know. Things are changing in our lives all the time. I mean there's how many of you have had really good relationships at some point. Had a friend that you saw a lot for maybe ten fifteen. Twenty years ninety. Don't ever see him even people. There's certain people that are right for our lives and certain seasons and it doesn't mean it's bad when are no longer in your life is just time for a new season in. Maybe sometimes you've been helping somebody for a long long time and that's over god doesn't want you helping them anymore. Wants him to stand on their own. Two feet we had that situation with my brother. He lived with us for about four years. And we've got him all nice and healthy and he got off the drugs. He was addicted to and got his life. Straightened out working for the ministry and my brother was the of guy that he did. he did. Okay as long as somebody was kind of making them do what was right watching over him but he didn't do too good when he was on his own. Well he was a grown man and to be honest. I didn't want to take care of the rest of my life. I didn't think that was would even be good for him. And so the time came when it was time to stop helping him and that's hard to do. Sometimes and to be honest he didn't do very well. We stopped helping him. But i couldn't just keep taking care of him his whole life just so you can't give your whole life up to help somebody else. Stand on their feet. Who won't do their part. God wants us to help people but he never wants us to do so much far somebody else that they never ended up having to do anything for themselves.

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Fresh update on "four years" discussed on John Landecker

John Landecker

00:17 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "four years" discussed on John Landecker

"Day when I'm with you was a little bit of the stories behind Frank's legacy. We just finished the show Frank out standing ovation after standing ovation. He came off stage. Let's go, Tommy, we jumped in the limo squad cars in limousines rushes to the jet moments later. We're flying over the venue heading for Chicago going to this trouble here in Frank's talking, he said. I'm gonna go to the Scarborough Theater time. I love should call me someone too much. He said. We're gonna knock them dead. My kind of town. Chicago is his appointment setting stuff. People will be listening every single weekend. Yeah, they're gonna get into a habit to listen to some of the classics that They know Well, they can sing along. They can play along that you know, it's all in their head. And it's the perfect vibe for that time of the booth. I've got you under my I'm day player. The show is called the Sinatra Hours. It'll happen every Sunday morning 6 30 tonight and I'd be thrilled if you came along with us. This nation this hour. I'm Victor von the United States is placing visa restrictions on 76 Saudi individuals involved in threatening dissidents abroad. That's according to US Secretary of State Tony Blinken. What we've done by the actions that we've taken Eyes really not to rupture the relationship, but to recalibrate it to be more in line with our interests on our values. But you wants intelligence report that classified today shows Saudi Arabia is Crown prince likely approved the killing of US based journalist Jamal Kashiwagi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is telling Americans that Democrats in Washington will find another way to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. This is again a value This is a priority. We will get it done and again, we'll study. But the opportunities are to do that. Speaking at a news conference from Capitol Hill, the House votes tonight on initial version of President Biden's $1.9 Trillion Culvert relief package left in the House version is language that would increase the federal minimum wage to 15 an hour. It's almost guaranteed to be removed in the Senate. U. S Senator Ted Cruz, Republican for Texas, argued before other Republican supporters that a lot of people in Washington want to pretend the last four years never happened. They look at Donald J. Trump, and they look At the millions of millions of people inspired who went toe battle fighting alongside President Trump, and they're terrified. And they want him to go away. Let me tell you this right now. Donald J. Trump ain't going anywhere. Cruise, speaking in Orlando, Florida, at the Conservative.

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Wreckage of T.W.A. Flight 800 Housed in a Washington, DC-Area Warehouse to Be Destroyed

Ben Shapiro

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Wreckage of T.W.A. Flight 800 Housed in a Washington, DC-Area Warehouse to Be Destroyed

"Wreckage of a tragic jet craft has been stored in allowed in county warehouse is said to be taken out of service. 10 passengers 14 flight attendants and four cockpit crew died. There have been no survivors. He w way flight 800 took off from New York bound for Paris in July of 1996 and exploded moments later over the Atlantic. It took four years to determine an electrical Failure caused an explosion and since then the wreckage has been used to train investigators. Now in the age of three D scanning large scale reconstructions become dated. And so this summer, the wreckage will be dismantled and destroyed, honoring an agreement with the Victimsfamilies never to put it on public display. John Matthews on W. M A. L and

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Former Cuomo aide says New York governor kissed her without consent

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Former Cuomo aide says New York governor kissed her without consent

"A former aide to governor Cuomo, who had previously tweeted accusations of sexual harassment, is speaking out again. Lindsay Boylan says she endured Cuomo's behavior for four years, claiming he would touch her back. Arms and legs suggested they play strip poker and the final straw kissed her on the lips without consent. Manhattan borough president candidate claims There are other women on Cuomo staff who have had similar experiences but are too afraid to speak out on. The governor denies the allegations. His office calls them quite simply false legislative leaders, though, Call it deeply disturbing and serious, and Congresswoman Elise Stefanik is calling on Cuomo to resign, calling him a criminal sexual

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Why Square Stock Dropped Today

MarketFoolery

04:24 min | 2 d ago

Why Square Stock Dropped Today

"Came in solidly higher-than-expected shares of square though are down seven percent this morning. Because growth is slowing. There's always a lot to get to with square so when you look at all the numbers. Tell me what stood out to you. Yes for me. I really focused. When i swear on really their burgeoning business which you know is the cash shop. It's funny you mentioned the war on cash and they have this kind of conveniently named cash app so it was really some of the numbers that the shop drew in the quarter and for that matter the fiscal year one of them is one hundred sixty two percent. Increase your ear. Gross profit of the cash up In a lot of that is being fueled by new users and specifically cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. So i think one number is not in throughout the entire twenty twenty fiscal year over three million people transacted bitcoin in some regard which was a two hundred fifty percent increase in volume compared to fiscal year. Nineteen and then they also even gave some gave some information on january twenty twenty one st year with over one million new buyers of bitcoin so really just interesting kind of figures throughout the entire report. Kind of the bitcoin. Being such an important part of that cash app is what really stood out to me. Yeah and that was certainly part of the headline squares square announcing it had purchased one hundred seventy million dollars worth of bitcoin during the quarter so cash app is squares version of ven. Mo- it's interesting to see the reaction from the start because on the one hand. This is a stock. Even factoring in the drop today. The stock is up almost two hundred percent in the past year so i understand particularly traders on wall street with a shorter term mentality saying alright. It's been a good year. Let's let's take a little money off the table. That sort of thing on the other hand. I don't know the overall market cap of square is just over one hundred billion dollars. It seems like a business with a lot of room to run. And i was listening to some of the comments the. Cfo made around what they are. Seeing it square in terms of how sticky the cash app is in terms of the other parts of squares business. How it's this thing that sort of bringing people in and once they're in the square ecosystem. They they start trying other parts of the business. So i don't know like would you look i get the. Pe ratio is somewhere north of five hundred. But when you when you look at everything that square has going on do you look at today as a buying opportunity for people who maybe had square on their watchlist and thought well okay. It's it's seven percent cheaper than it was yesterday. Yeah actually i was looking at. You know over the last couple of weeks how it's performed and through last week year to date. I think it was up. Something like twenty seven percent and then you have over the last couple of days. You know ten percent or so pullback and these are always the days as as a long term investor that i look for you know have a business. That's in my opinion burgeoning. Having fiscal year revenue grow over one hundred percent granted excluding bitcoin. That's only about fifteen or twenty percent but as long term investor. I do think this is an opportunity. I'm not personally a shareholder of square. But it's a fascinating business to me and we've seen so much traction and really their largest growing business in terms of bitcoin transaction cryptocurrency and things like that which really doesn't seem to be dying the craze three or four years ago now. And you know it's all of a sudden habit a two year hiatus and it's got right back in the thick of things you know which squares really benefiting from. So you know. I think if you're a long term investor willing to hold for a couple of years and not too worried about a lot of volatility which has realizing probably will continue to experience over the coming months over coming quarters over the coming years I think this is an opportunity to dip your feet in or maybe increase your position a little bit lows. Fourth quarter report

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What happens if you get the wrong dose?

Coronacast

02:38 min | 2 d ago

What happens if you get the wrong dose?

"And so norman vaccine relative happening the government indicated earlier this week. That in the role that they were going to be mistakes made and we saw one of your day. We saw an idea year old man and a ninety four year old woman in brisbane though given the incorrect dose of the five vaccine and they're not sure it's all under investigation at the moment. They may have been given up to four times the amount of vaccine. So can you guys on a vaccine is it. Is it a safety problem. And what have health authorities done right and wrong in this situation. Well the first thing i want to do is give a huge shy type on this to both the commonwealth and queensland health because this is the textbook way so if you are feeling a corpus are unsettled about this in terms of the rollout of the vaccine i on the other hand find this reassuring hugely reassuring because what happened here was. Let's just go through it. There was a mistake. Made the nurse notice it and called it out and the authorities have not hidden it. They've been transparent about it and there's going to be an investigation and we'll learn from it. That's exactly the way safety and quality should work in healthcare. Mistakes will occur all the time. This just not happen more than once. It's unfortunate for the people who experienced them but human error is inevitable but the way to deal with it. Is that anybody who sees a mistake. Be able to call it out so for example if you're a daughter scrub nursing theater and you see a senior surgeon to making a mistake you call them out on and you are transparent about it. You don't hide it and so nothing has been hidden here since gives me huge confidence that the system is going to be safe and protect against human error. So i'm i'm reassured. By second thing is what about the man and the woman who were immunized. Is this a risk for them. The have been trials of the pfizer vaccine where they have tried out higher doses and my understanding is that those higher doses where safe did not produce side effects. And i think what's happened probably over. The course of the trial is to preserve the vaccine. They've tried to fight the lowest does. That's most effective and that'll be the does that's being administered. Not in theory. You could possibly get out of over reaction in the immune system. That's possible particularly with these mini vaccines but the fact that these people are elderly. They've got reduced immunity in the first place. And it's unlikely you're going to get that problem so you can have problems with too much vaccine. But hopefully they will be fine

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Oklahoma man released early from prison accused in 3 deaths

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Oklahoma man released early from prison accused in 3 deaths

"A man released from prison early is accused of killing three people in an incident so gruesome we have to warn you about the graphic details Lawrence Paul Anderson is accused of killing a neighbor in chicken shot Oklahoma cutting out her heart taking it to his aunt and uncle's house cooking it with potatoes and trying to serve it to them before killing the uncle attacking the aunt and killing the couple's four year old granddaughter he cried in court telling the judge I don't want no bail your honor the county D. A. Jason Hicks is blasting the criminal justice reform that led to Anderson and hundreds of inmates being released from prison early Anderson's attorney indicates he'll seek a mental evaluation to see of Anderson is competent to stand trial I'm ready to fall away

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New Law Changes  With Tom Black

Your Retirement Solution Podcast

05:05 min | 2 d ago

New Law Changes With Tom Black

"Hello and welcome to your retirement solution with tom. Black good morning tom. How're ya. I am doing great. It is a beautiful day with lots of opportunity absolutely happy new year by the way. This is our first recording. You and i in the in twenty twenty one. Yeah it's going to be Should be really interesting year. I we it has to be different. I don't know better but it has to be something has to change. I'm i'm really hoping for better and speaking of changes you're talking about that today a little bit. We're going to talk a little bit today about Proposed changes under the new administration and things that people ought to be thinking about nassir panicking about yet but just thinking about because of the lightning what we could see some changes dealing with the last couple of years all right and what kind of changes are we talking about specifically today. Well there's there's kind of a basset of multiple different ones. We've you may or may not have heard about the we're going to be seen some increases in taxes or some individuals and some of that depends on what happens with the so called trump tax break of twenty eighteen. One of the things have benefited everybody. That was included in there was a was the twelve percent tax bracket and that's been really beneficial to absolutely everybody who pays taxes and they're talking about on reversing those trump those tax bills. Which would mean that all of us. Potentially you know three percent more in taxes. Ghana still up on. These things are all in the air. But that's one of the first things we look at. We started talking about. How is this going to affect all of our clients in general or just individuals in general taxes. And that's the first thing that i was thinking about the other. Now that we know where georgia falls is that we could potentially be seeing other attached changes that can affect how you've been planning for your retirement or for the passing of your assets the next generation one of the ones that i am most interested in keeping an eye on for our clients is somewhat People either they've heard about it. They have no idea how this works. And it's called a step up in basis that you heard of this before i have but i don't quite understand all of it okay. So let's start with that with the basic idea. Let's say that Your parents bought calf dozen stocks in the sixties. And and they've held them ever since then. Well if your parents died in leave you those stocks you might be able you would be able to today. Turn around and sell those and pay no taxes on the gain you know. Maybe it's a million dollars with the gains okay. Yeah yeah yeah so i. If my parents were to sell them they'd have to pay yet. But if i if i inherit them then i don't that's correct. Well okay. that sounds good basis and you imagine people who are retired been retired for a while. who have some of these positions stock positions. If up well hail hold onto it. And if i die owning my kids will have to pay taxes on part of their narrates not a bad strategy. If you didn't need the money yeah problem now is all we're doing now is kicking the can down the road because if that does get refilled and that is really high on the list That can change. How you're going. You know how you plan on passing those assets so the kids. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah yeah and i was gonna say it seems to be almost a double edged sword there. Because if you're saying that they may change that and then if i in twenty years let's say i passed these stocks down to my kids and they have to pay taxes on them. We've we've already kind of seen the writing on the wall. That taxes are most likely going to be higher because we have to pay for all the debt that happened this last year with kobe. The relief and everything else in the trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars so that really changes the game not only does it bring those taxes back it. they'll probably higher. Don't you think absolutely. Oh boy i had this conversation with one of my clients In december and and in that situation they had About two million dollars in capital gains. And what was trying to get him. Understand was the taxes weren't going to get any cheaper and and we were better off to take the beating at which is approximately twenty four for them would have been about twenty four percent in taxes taxes any real by the stocks back but if pay taxes on it because it won't be cheaper in four years to pay the taxes mondo stocks if the gains continued to go. So it's it's a lot more complex than than just the the idea that you're right. It's going to get more experience so we know it is. It has to yeah not even last year. I mean we've been we've been spending money like drunken sailors for

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Rapper Bobby Shmurda Released From Prison After Six Years

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 3 d ago

Rapper Bobby Shmurda Released From Prison After Six Years

"In prison Once news time for 49 rapper Bobby sh murder has been released on parole after spending more than four years in jail for a drug gang conviction. 26 year Old Smyrna of Brooklyn, whose birth name is Akil Pollard was best known for hot boy that's a gritty song with rhymes about gunplay. Murder, was arrested in late 2014 after he left a recording studio near Radio City Music Hall Just days after he performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live. He and 15 Others were charged with several

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Supreme Court Denies Trump’s Final Bid to Block Release of Tax Returns

Arizona's Morning News

01:08 min | 3 d ago

Supreme Court Denies Trump’s Final Bid to Block Release of Tax Returns

"The U. S Supreme Court yesterday they issued a whole bunch of decisions. None of them good for Trump, starting with they denied his repeated is another request to block his subpoena to get his tax returns by New York City That's been denied a second time. Now he's out of appeals. He's done so they're going to see those the grand jury. In the case against Trump is a criminal case. And the grand jury in that case is going to see those tax returns, probably starting today. So we're there. There. There. There they have. This will produce them. But now they're gonna have to produce them. So not a good day for President Trump, who has spent the last four years or five years saying I'll release my tax returns as soon as the audit is complete, and all sorts of other all sorts of other nonsense about that. He really is hiding those tax returns. I'm not sure why we know. In 2016 and 17. He only paid $750 in income taxes to maybe that's why, but we'll see what's in them here soon, but a bad day for him and President Trump issued a statement just ripped ripping his Supreme Court saying that his he never would've hired. These guys never would've hired these justices. If he knew they were gonna vote against his issues like this, so not a good day, also coming out

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The Supreme Court says Donald Trump Must Provide His Tax Returns

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:49 min | 3 d ago

The Supreme Court says Donald Trump Must Provide His Tax Returns

"We're going to start today's program heading to the united states now where the supreme court has ordered donald trump to hand over his tax returns and other financial records. Trump's been resisting attempts to do so for several years. Of course well. Let's get the latest now on this. With suzanne lynch washington correspondent at the irish times Good morning to you. Suzanne good from here in london up. Bring us up to speed with the latest. What do we know. The supreme court issued a very short very significant ruling yesterday and which basically ended donald trump's attempts to shield his financial records and he is being in a battle to stop prosecutor in manhattan from getting access to his tax returns and other financial records is the second time surpreme course weighed in on this. The first time is over the issue of whether sitting president at could be shielded because road as president. But this time. Ed supreme court put it outside this decisive ad. Fees for mr trump effect. Now looks at like very much. So at these records now would have turned over to investigators new york and Mr trump's accountants perhaps bankers to will have to hand over documents related to his financial affairs and give us a sense. We obviously we had a little clip from trump at the top of the show. Easy talks about you. Know the the greatest witch hunt in history continuing Can can he fend this off in the same way. Actually he dealt with some of the bulbs that were involved in the impeachment hearings or does the fact that i guess we're looking at a judicial action potential criminal irregularities. Does that change the way that he needs to sort of Defend the charges almost. Yes i know. Yeah designed so far is up. No because yesterday he had a very very strong statement ad calling this a political persecution and calling it a fishing expedition and directly criticizing at the supreme court and and people remember. He himself pointed three of the members of the supreme court book directly criticizing the court and of course the federal prosecutors in new york Have don has kind of fallen out with new york. He moved out of the city and the dolphin clashed with officials in that city. He's obviously quite unpopular in his home town of york city on. It's the attorney general there. Sarah advanced who's reedy at take upon himself to pursue at trump for these for these charges. Say i mean we could be looking at a criminal. Trial of a former. Us president if this is to continue and is a both would way of looking at this as parts of the reason. Perhaps trump is saying. It's part of this long term witch hunt in that in congress people remember before his first impeachment and ahead of us because a lot of oversight into donald trump's at russia connections and then there was an inquiry into hush money he paid add to the adult film star stormy down one hundred thirty thousand dollars and this began this pursuit then by the new york attorney general he then decided to this payment and say what was that saying about campaign finance laws about highly payment of one hundred thirty two thousand dollars that was actually made by mike cohen. His lawyer but then he said trump in bach and this if you like your unraveled with thread of inquiry into donald trump's taxes now this is where we are am so what are the significance is about. Oh that was. Yesterday's rooting is not not only. Will they get access to his tax records but also the business and financial very detailed information that accountants bankers will have on which your tax records are based If you like. So that's going to be probably even more info important than actually getting access to his tax records. Which as you know the new york times already seem to seem quite a bit about whether we don't know how much actual detailed information they have aspect to this that i find absolutely fascinating is of course the the conflicting interests of politicians be they Members of the of the gop from the democratic movement in terms of their interests or not in trump continuing to be to be in the spotlight because there were suggestions even obviously during the impeachment proceedings clearly suited some of in the republican movement for that to just be dealt with swiftly as possible. There were also suggestions though that even for the democrats. It was kind of better that that was just dealt with. It was finished even if he wasn't convicted. Does that does that delicate balance shift. Now i is there a sense of one either side of the political spectrum if you like that actually we just don't want trump in the in the spotlight anymore. I'm actually if he can play this narrative the witch hunt that he's he's got a soapbox day people coming to him to hear from him. Is it more damaging could it be more damaging to proceed ings. Go ahead it's very possible. I mean it is very possible because as you say. Donald trump has been an easy foil for democrats over the last four years a now if he feels i think a lot of his supporters argue to sympathize with him and say that this investigation is politically motivated. Donald trump brand and it's always been problematic has been around his his business and is you his his. He sees the success of a business person and other people in these tax records seems to show that he welcomed successful as he implied. But i think would be certain that might precipitate for him from a lot of his supporters because he has said before. You know i've always just legally paid whatever talks you know. He was implying that. If i was able to game the system but you know panic attacks possible within the law with every right to do that and a lot of people would agree with on bash. So the problem is we don't actually know what is in the detail something more nefarious as there and the irs. At the criminal justice system does not look likely on talks offenses and that if he is facing criminal prosecution for this he could be in serious trouble but this was always an issue for him. I mean he didn't. He didn't disclose his tax returns around for present at most people in this country high of the fact that they do need to do that. And they're highly aware of a of their financial at connections. Even though there's a sold so much money in politics in this country in and brian politicians they do you know the important of disclosure so a lot of people may think this is catching up with him. He's a long histories of businessmen york. He's very unpopular among business. People in your because he bragged before by not paying etc and a lot of people find. This is his chickens come home to roost and yes. He had those four years in the white house. But for most it's life you the businessmen. There have every right to investigation for that date. Well i'm sure we'll show speak on this but more future. Suzanne very good to get the latest from

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Garland confirmation is a stage for 4 of GOP's 2024 hopefuls

C-SPAN Programming

05:38 min | 4 d ago

Garland confirmation is a stage for 4 of GOP's 2024 hopefuls

"App. Federal Judge Merrick Garland is president Biden's nominee to become attorney general. He testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee today. The hearing lasted most of the day We begin with committee chair Dick Durbin of Illinois. This hearing will come to order today. The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on the nomination of Judge Merrick Garland to be the 86th attorney general of the United States. Judge Garland I wanna welcome you and your family. I want to welcome you back to the Senate Judiciary Committee. I know this return trip. It's been a long time and planning on you're here. Finally, this will be the Judiciary Committee's first hearing of the 117th Congress. Before I turned to my opening remarks. I'd like to just take a few minutes to make some Acknowledgments. I want to welcome my friend, Senator Chuck Grassley as the committee's ranking member. When I first came on the Senate Judiciary Committee 24 years ago, I was the ranking member on subcommittee with you, and we dealt with the issue of bankruptcy. Now Illinois and Iowa sit next to each other. And so did Urban Grassley. We have our differences. But Senator Grassley and I have worked together on important legislation over the years, most recently on criminal justice and sensing reform. I look forward to continuing that work in this Congress. I want to recognize the outgoing chair and ranking member Senator Lindsey Graham, who will join us remotely this morning, and Senator Dianne Feinstein. Senator Graham, as is true of Senator Grassley. Well, we don't always agree, has always been a welcome partner on many issues. Including one of the most challenging issues, immigration, Senator Feinstein. I want to come in for leading the committee Democrats with Grace and resolved over the past four years. I know she will continue to be an important voice on this committee on a host of issues, including in her new capacity as the chair of the Human Rights and Laws subcommittee, which I was proud to charity and past Congresses. I also want to welcome our new committee members who either be here in person. I see one in person and one probably remote senators Padilla And also on the Democratic side, Senator Cotton on the Republican side. I look forward to working with each of you. There's some historic first in the Judiciary Committee this year, Senator Padilla, our new senator from California, will be chairing the subcommittee on immigration, citizenship. Border safety. I'm honored that he's the first Latino senator to chair that subcommittee, and we look forward to his leadership. Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey will chair the subcommittee on criminal justice and counter terrorism. He's the first Black senator to chair a judiciary subcommittee. And we could not imagine a better choice at the helm of this particular subcommittee to all of our other members who are returning to serve on the committee. Welcome back. I want to thank all the committee members for agreeing to hold this committee hearing and vote on Judge Garland's nomination. It is a great honor to serve on this committee. The Senate established the Judiciary Committee by resolution on December 10th 18 16, making it among the very first standing committees of the Senate. This committee has seen many consequential debates and approved many important nominations and landmark legislation in the committee's history. There has only been one prior Illinois senator to serve his chair Judge Garland Lyman. Trumbull, who led the committee from 18 61 to 18 72, and during his term of service was a Democrat, a Republican, a radical Republican and a Democrat. Again. He was the most bipartisan senator, you could imagine His tenure was also distinguished by passage. Of historic legislation, the 13th 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution. The Freedman's bureau acts of 18 65 and 18 66 Civil Rights Act of 18 66. The last of these was introduced by Trumbull ultimately became the nation's first civil rights law. As chair, Trumbull saw a nation torn apart by original sin slavery and widespread violence and injustice that continued even after the 13th amendments. Passage is African Americans throughout the nation face race. System. Our nation is still dealing with the consequences of these injustices. People of color face systemic racism, and we're still working to rid this nation of the horrific legacy of slavery and Jim Crow. This committee could make a difference. We have the jurisdiction and the opportunity to do it through legislation, oversight and nominations, including this nomination of Merrick Garland to service our nation's next attorney general. There have been few moments in history where the role of attorney general and the occupant of That post It mattered more Judge Garland should you be confirmed, and I have every confidence you will be. You'll oversee a Justice Department at an existential moment. After four tumultuous years of intrigue, controversy and brute political force, the future of the department is clearly in the hands of the next attorney general Under attorney general Sessions and successor Bill Bar. The Justice Department literally became an arm of the White House committed to advancing the interest. The President Trump his family and his political allies. It came as little surprise then that the U. S Department of Justice became the Trump Department of Justice General Bar stated clearly that he believed the attorney general was the president's lawyer, not the nations. And what were the results too many in the department's senior roles cast aside the rules law trump appointees in the apartment sidelined career public servants from Lyon attorneys, two FBI agents Limited their roles disregarded their nonpartisan input override, overriding their professional judgment and falsely accusing them of being members of the

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Apple claims global smartphone market lead ahead of Samsung for first time since 2016

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Apple claims global smartphone market lead ahead of Samsung for first time since 2016

"Leaderboard for the first time in four years. Industry researcher Gartner reports that Apple sold around 80 million iPhones in the fourth quarter of 2020, a nearly 15% gain from a year earlier, giving Apple almost 21% of the global smartphone market. That helped Apple surpassed Samsung for the lead for the first time since the fourth quarter of 2016 with Samsung selling 62 million smartphones in the fourth quarter, a decline of nearly 12% from a year earlier for just over 16% of the worldwide market. Gardner says global smartphone sales fell over 5% in the fourth quarter, and we're down over 12% for all of 2020. Despite that report, Apple's stock today fell 3%, a big drag on the tech sector, which was hammered once again. The NASDAQ plunged

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Daft Punk is splitting up after 28 years

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Daft Punk is splitting up after 28 years

"Comes after a 28 year run. Daft punk is calling it quits. The Grammy winning electronic music pioneer shaped the news today and shared the news in an eight minute video called Epilogue, Thomas Bank Altar and Diamond. Well their home and Christo won six Grammys. After launching hits with one more time harder, better, faster, stronger and get lucky. They officially formed Daft punk in 1993. Their first album, Homework came out four years later. Up next in money

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Wolves fire Saunders, hire Finch as new coach

The Free Agents

01:43 min | 4 d ago

Wolves fire Saunders, hire Finch as new coach

"We've got a head coaching change in the nba. The timber wolves have fired head coach. Saunders but i. I had a game to play brian. Sanders was coaching against the guy. He replaced tom sibito of the new york knicks. Having a great season there is game. Went down to the wire. Karl anthony towns had shot in the post to try and take the lead with thirty seconds left over his former teammate. Taj gibson but it rimmed out on a rim in madison square garden. Where the ball. Just capterra women out on sunday and that was ryan saunders. Final quarter as head. Coach of the minnesota timberwolves took over for his late father. Flip saunders in twenty nineteen thirty four year old had a string of injuries to deal with and played many many close games and the timber wolves already have saunders replacement chris finch who was a raptors assistant coach. This season has been given a multi year deal by the minnesota timberwolves to coach them full time. It's a rare move to pluck an assistant from another team. Mid season to take over job just doesn't happen very often. Usually the team that fires a head coach just moves their assistant over for a while at the very least when the full job search can be done until the full job search can be done in the off season but they had been looking at chris finch for a long time in fact he interviewed in twenty nineteen when ryan saunders was eventually given the job and finch like his good friend raptors head coach. Nick nurse coached abroad for a longtime uk. Germany and belgium then moved to the g. league and then was assistant in the nba for a decade. And he's an offensive specialist who worked with james harden in zion. Now he'll have the chance to work with karl. Anthony towns anthony edwards.

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Writing About Illness Without Platitudes

The Book Review

05:03 min | Last week

Writing About Illness Without Platitudes

"Silica. Juha joins us now from rural new jersey. Her first book is called between two kingdoms. A memoir of a life interrupted salako. Thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me camera. So this book came out originally. I believe from a blog that you did for the new york times. Called life interrupted key. Start with how that blogger came about and what it was about through. I received a diagnosis of leukemia. Was twenty two and in those early weeks of being in the hospital and going q. I had all kinds of grand ambitions about whatever's going to do with the strange time on bedrest. I had packed a suitcase. Full of books including were and peace was on my bedside table but you know as the treatment can and and the side effects started to set an i had so little energy i never read a single one of those books and a kind of despair began to sink in as i realized that my life had bifurcated the resist before a diagnosis. This after and i really struggled to figure out what i could possibly do from the confines of a hospital room and so i returned to something. I've always leaned on in difficult times. Just keeping a journal. And i wrote every day. I had made this commitment to myself. An didn't matter how good the quality of the writing was or how long it was sometimes over a couple of sentences. Sometimes just a word occasional rain the f. word but i think i was trying to make sense of the circumstances i'd found myself an and over the course of keeping that journal turned a kind of reporters notebook. I'd had aspirations of becoming a foreign correspondent the for my diagnosis and blah. I couldn't travel or interview. Anyone really leave my hospital room bubble. I began to report from the frontlines of my hospital bed on a very different kind of conflict zone and that journal and became the source material for the life. Intrepid calm and i was interested not just in kind of excavating the experience of us but thinking through the way in which age impacts how we experienced major relation tractions for you at the time. Of course it was the before diagnosis. And the after diagnosis. Obviously from this vantage you've been healthy for about six years. It feels more like a between period. Thus perhaps the title of your book between two kingdoms. This idea of interruption was hopeful one. I had this belief that i needed to endure the treatments than once i was well i get to return to my life into the person that i'd been that that didn't happen. I very quickly realized. After nearly four years and treatment that i couldn't return to the person. I'd ben bc before cancer and that in fact the hard work of killing did not end with the cure. It was really where healing began. And i found myself in this strange of in between place. The title of my memoir between two kingdoms is a reference to the berlin susan song tag. Who wrote about how we all have dual citizenship and the kingdom of the sick and then Bell but even though i wasn't sick on paper anymore i felt as far as i possibly could her from being the healthy happy twenty seven year old woman that i had hoped to end the other side of this. And so you know. The book is an examination of this year's of and the impact that it had not just on me but on my family my entire community but really it's about aftermaths and why we do when our life is ended and we have to learn how to love again. Describe a little bit what you mean by the difference between moving on and moving forward so when i finished treatment i has a solution that i needed to move on from illness and i very quickly realized that moving on is the kind of meth and as much as i tried to do. Just it wasn't possible. And so i really needed to learn how to move forward with my illness and its imprint on my life on my body on my mind and to carry thought wreckage with me as i try to find my way forward.

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Speaking From the Heart with SLP Lauren Sharpe-Payne

The WoMed

06:54 min | Last week

Speaking From the Heart with SLP Lauren Sharpe-Payne

"Lauren. Welcome to the wo- med. Thank you in fact i to be here so for those of you who don't know morin. Sharp pain is a speech pathologist. And i have been dying to get speech. Pathologist on the wool med. So when you tell people what you do what's the first thing that they automatically assume. No people automatically assume i work with kids. I just can't sit kids and teach them how to say either s.'s. Or their ps. And i mean with all this do that but i actually work with adults since i think. The stereotype with speech pathology sitting down playing games working on different sounds But there's so much more to it than that so yeah well. I'll admit one of my good friends is literally dreading the day that her two year olds list goes away. It's really cute though because right now. Her z's literally come from the back of her mouth. Like all the kerr molars and she's just adorable. It's really cute it is. Oh my gosh yeah so you mentioned that you work with adults so did you. Is that kind of where you got started with. Everything or your passion really was but actually started my career working with kids. I worked with kids for about two years. Two and a half years and i liked it initially But i quickly found out. Just it wasn't like farc me like it wasn't my passionate area and so i worked really hard to kind of tradition over to the medical side of each pathology and i started working at outpatient rehab. I was seeing a lot of patients who had had strokes in like traumatic brain injuries and swallowing disorders. And i really found that that was really my passion and that's really what made me feel fulfilled at the end of the day. And so that's what i've been doing. Ever since that point. I love that i feel like i. I mean the only real interactions and stuff that i've had working with with speech was i used to work in the nikko. Nice and so. We'd have speech consoles all the time you know. We had like paralyzed vocal. Cords or you know. Cleft lip or palate premiums just couldn't quite figure out how to suck swallow breathe. Exactly yeah echo cool. Yeah so there's just it just sounds like there's so many different fields within so p. wrote there are there are. Mike said i think most of the time. Most people associate s. l. p. With you know working with kids like in the school. I think the school was really popular. But like you said there's so many different areas you know. We can work in hospital. We can work in nursing homes and you know fools and fire practices. So there's there's really a lot of different options in terms of you know where we can work which is really cool. So what led you into this career like how did you first hear about it and you know get interested in it so it's funny excellent to be a lawyer up until my senior year of high school and i remember i had already declared my major and a second of sociology class in high school and their story about the young girl. Her name was genie. I don't know if you've heard the story. But she was locked away for twelve years that her parents never interacted with hers. Get no human interaction and yeah it was. I saw that and like she had no communication at mike whatsoever and so she worked with the speech therapist and he was able to communicate. It wasn't all verbal. Nonverbal buys using pictures. But i thought that was so neat that there was something out there. You could help people communicate and the rest is history. I just fell in love from that point. that's really beautiful So greenwich some little video. Yeah what's the school pathway lake like do you guys have to clinicals. is it Like a bachelors. Is it a doctoral degree. Now or like how like if you're going to coach someone through eight or tell someone you know what they're in for. Yeah so it's four. Years of undergrad And then you have to go to graduate school so for me. My program was in graduate school. But if you don't have speech as an undergraduate degree typically a two and a half maybe three years for the graduate program and then after that your life and your certify after a nine month period. There's no doctoral degree right now. That recommended or like that's required to be a speech pathologist but you can most certainly get them back degree that not in my pets whatsoever But after getting your master's degree through what all the clinical fellowship here and so that nine months after you graduate where you're essentially practicing. Slc like getting a salary and everything. But you're still technically under supervision and so after that nine months Once you have all of your hours your than a certified speech pathologist so you don't need any supervision or you know no one's giving you feedback just kinda on your own completely after that point. Wow yeah is there different routes that you take if you want to be more on the medical side of things versus you know in schools or or working with pedes a good question so i know in graduate school. We do externships so typically if there are two externships one is medical. One is typically pediatrics. might be in the school. There might be private practice. But i know that's alive. Students really kind of narrow down where they want to be in terms of their career so a lot of students. We'll just try to warm more relationships with people a medical they feel like they wanna pursue medical side or vice versa with school side and then with the clinical fellowship years so that nine month period actor graduation many students will try and get their cf wire the clinical fellowship your and that desired area of speech that way after they're done they can't hopefully get a medical job or a pediatric job. You know what they don't need this revision to

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"four years" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

01:40 min | Last month

"four years" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"I think look at. You mentioned those gaps If you checked another gap. I am sure if you check the media big tech hollywood And the pray you know the the press and all these other institutions would find an even bigger gap because they were uniformly against trump and used their powers to remember the new york. Times said nowhere objectivity While trump's around so i'm not sure what this knee means. I think that had trump spent his time in georgia. Not just say. I'm gonna do one rally before and then use two thirds of that rally to complain about how he'd been treated. I think he could've won georgia and then that would have put a different gloss on his exit Now we don't know. What are those policies at kim outlined in the utah. We don't know what's going to survive. And what what isn't he could have made a case. I think that Before the the the capital riots and everything that his was was a disruptive But a necessary disruptive one term presidency and set things up for For better down the future. But we don't know that yet because we don't know what joe biden's going to do what his legacy is gonna do all presidents Enter with optimism and so forth in some some leaf. Barry defeated so We need some historical perspective to see what's going to happen. It could look very different for years from now. Depending on how successful the administration is all right. Well thank you bill. Thank you kim. Thank you all for listening will be back later this week with another edition of potomac watch..

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"four years" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

04:59 min | Last month

"four years" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"You know that has an effect on jobs and income here. So trade to me was a big opportunity to casualty of populism. That trade is somehow a bad thing. When i don't know any country that is cut off from trade or so forth that is prospering. To the contrary it's the countries that are most open to trade where ordinary people prosper. The other issue. I wanted to bring up was immigration which probably trump's signature issue on the two thousand sixteen campaign trail and there. It seems to me that he ran up against the limits of presidential power I mean recall that last year there was a thirty five day government shutdown the longest in history and the issue there was that trump wanted billions of dollars for his wall on the us mexico border which did not end up getting and then he declared a national emergency Him to shift money around and we have some miles of new wall but we also have Most of the miles that have been built are replacing existing structures. And so kim. I wonder if the people who were immigration voters in twenty sixty. If if you know the people who that's what brought them to the trump camp if they feel for years later like there's been progress made or the issue's been solved i think they do. I think they know that the issue hasn't been salt and even those hardcore trump supporters. Who voted for him on this issue. Always kind of understood. I mean many of them maybe did believe in the wall but i think they understood that it was more metaphorical and that is. That's why i would argue having spoken to them. They would argue that it was successful because what they cared about was it trumpcare it And i think that this is this gets at times. I have not agreed with all of donald trump's even many donald trump's policies have to do with immigration and the border but one of the reasons donald trump was elected is because there were a significant number of americans who felt that adequate attention has simply not been paid And that this is how you end up with eleven million undocumented people in the country And you know which we have noted is not an ideal situation either now. We would argue the way you handle. That is yeah. You do need some sort of border security. You can't have a sovereign nation without borders But then you set up some kind of long term immigration Deal policy to allow people to come here to work legally or to go back home to be here on a short term visas. There are all kinds of really innovative ideas out there For one reason or another that never happened over the past four years i think in part of the trump administration did come in. I think floating ideas for some kind of a deal..

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"four years" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

03:49 min | Last month

"four years" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"I think that's true with donald trump. And i think for people who supported a lot of his policy agenda and the good things that he did These were always disappointing and a distraction from the real work and the worst thing about them is. Most of them were unnecessary. I mean you mentioned one thing about them attacking good people after. They've left the white house. Well sometimes there are bad people that leave the white house that you have to fire. And when i was in the bush white house there were some of those people they left but the the effort was to do it in a way that spared their feelings right not to humiliate them. It's very million to have to leave a white house job or big job or a cabinet office and so your goal was to make it as least embarrassing and painful as possible. Because you don't want them coming back you so trump created enemies that he didn't need didn't need to have by by doing a lot of that stuff and it's it's not a coincidence that in the end it was these trump supporters that did more damage to than anyone on the left wing. You know when they arrived at the capitol. I wanna be clear. I'm not saying that. Every trump supporter is an insurrectionist or white premises as Some democrats are trying to suggest. But those people who considered himself supporters they. They really did more harm than anyone else. And what flowed from all this volatility. Has i think it's true to say political failure. I mean the twenty two thousand eighteen election's republicans lost the suburbs a lost the house of representatives. And it's true that the the president's party often gets a drubbing in the mid terms then The idea of second trump term and then earlier this month. Kim republicans lost the senate after those two georgia runoffs which to me look like they were eminently. Winnable races lost because of these these post-election antics by the president and now that's going to enable democrats to start dismantling A lot of the stuff we talked about it in the first half of the show. Well i agree with you on georgia. I think the overall results from the two thousand twenty election or a little bit more mixed What was very clear. Is that while. There seemed to be a lot of americans who were tired as it were of The trump presidency And simply that the nonstop craziness of it. And i would just like to add agree with everything you and bill have said about the president and his reaction to things and how it often made it worse but i don't think you can talk about that in the craziness of the trump administration over trump era without mentioning the media Which you know just spiraled all of this up into craziness Or democrats house. Democrats in particular. And they're you know they're not investigations and impeachment and the nonstop. You know where. We the whole russia collusion hoax. Which you know. Saddle sat on top of this administration. The whole time There were two sides to the craziness. trump bears his responsibility but a lot of our institutions and his opponents. Do as well to now. A lot of americans decided they were tired of that That seemed to play into the president's defeat at the election electoral pulse at the same time. Nancy pelosi lost a lot of seats in the house and despite the fact that republicans had far more people up for reelection They had you know as many as a dozen seats at one. Point in the senate that were considered at risk They held the senate right up until those george races I think the president did his party no favours on the way out by focusing on the election results for as long as he did And really.

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"four years" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

03:31 min | Last month

"four years" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"Had died in february and four years later kim You know. The trump administration has confirmed not just a a replacement for him that shares his view of textual ism and originalism but also to additional justices Brooke cavanaugh and amy coney barrett who are going to put their prints on american law for a long time right and in doing so created for the first time in a long time a court that does not have a five four split but rather there are six three conservatives. it's going to change the entire dynamic of the court. Because john roberts achieve justice is no longer going to be that swing vote. He has in recent years cared very much about the reputation of his court and at times. People like us have criticize him to the extent. He's done that in that. We thought he has sacrificed good law. And some good moments in order to to try to to shelter the court as it were from headlines criticisms that. I think we could argue. He's going to get no matter what he does. But that's gonna change now. Probably not just in terms of the way the court rules but the cases it's willing to take on and hopefully it will be a little bit more about handling some of these longstanding issues for instance you have to do with the second amendment that it's shied from over the years i'm to other one other thing i would just point out about. All of these justices ann at a little chance to have a shout out to an early member of the trump administration. That was first general. Counsel don mcgann. He had a big role in of these initial appointments. And i remember talking to him. And in addition to to making sure he judges that were Textualist mentioned There was a huge emphasis on getting younger candidates. Ones that would indeed be on the courts for many decades to come but also ones that were experienced experts in administrative law And that rounds. Back to this whole argument we were talking about before about democrats tendencies to try to do everything through rulemaking rather than going through the legislature These judges guys like neil gorsuch have been Pretty skeptical of that particular things like the chevron doctrine which says you have to just give deference to administrative agencies and. I think that that could have any norma's impact in years to come on the size of the federal government and its powers so let's switch to the other side of the ledger. What went awry and It seems to me that some of the biggest failures of the past four years have been related to trump the person and his volatility And just thinking. Back the bombshell tweets the staff turnover and then kicking. Good people as they go out the door those off the cuff covid briefings Including that moment where. The president was musing about the medical possibilities of disinfectants. The strange courtship of kim jong hoon And then finally build the the post-election meltdown telling his fans that he wanted to landslide And then culminating in that riot at the capitol on january six. Yeah angry entirely brought. I mean look. He's a little like nixon. When people said nixon was paranoid enemies were after him. They were after him but he didn't. He didn't help himself by giving them the ammunition to go after them..

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"four years" Discussed on We The People

We The People

07:05 min | 3 months ago

"four years" Discussed on We The People

"Republican party norms which were ordered an updated. You might say by the necessities of the cold war as the cold. War has faded. You're seeing a regression to the mean in the republican party which trump is not the cause of but merely an example of and so the old republicanism. Which would stood for a much more modest foreign policy for limits on immigration gauging immigration. By the capacity to americanize the immigrants limited taxes a constitutional conservatism constitutional limits on the legislature. All of these things including tariffs and a more trade policy and a national economic policy driven by national interests. All of this is very traditional in the republican party. And what you're saying Despite the excited crowd is of and others is to me really. Not that threatening accepted is threatening to the The washington consensus both in domestic and foreign policy as it has existed for the past generation. At least yasha we have two very different conceptions of reality and of the american constitution both in america and on this panel and appropriately enough. You wrote a piece in two thousand. Nineteen republicans don't understand democrats. Democrats don't understand. Republicans talking about that perception gaps that makes both sides unable to empathize with each other. How do you reconcile the argument. That charles just made namely that republicans are resurrecting the original constitution against on principle assaults by progressives and arguments like the one that you made repeatedly over the past four years including in two thousand. Sixteen where you talked about the interlocking reasons why our confidence in the system is naive and ways that our system of checks and balances has relatively few resources to stop an authoritarian president from violating the constitution. So like the hard question. I'm asking you so important as i. How do you reconcile the completely different views. One of the charleston. You have articulated. And how would you bridge this gap for our viewers. Well look i think. I would distinguish between two very different things. I think by some high level of education going on him. So one is that undoubtedly democrats and republicans have trouble understanding each other some very interesting public opinion research by more in common in this but essentially showed that when you ask democrats what kind of believes republicans have you know they caricature they think republicans would hate immigrants That they don't think any racial discrimination in the country and so on actually most republicans have reggie positive attitudes towards immigrants Immigration system at puffy recognized that the ongoing forms of racial injustice at the other way round. We asked republicans. About what kind of us democrats have. you know. They would faint Supporters who make excuses for political violence than on proud to be american for example. Actually a huge majority of democrats proud to be american project. Things like antiques. Oh so there is definitely sort of mutual incomprehension going on that also exists mole philosophical level. So i don't disagree of childhood as different notions of constitution The drive each side that leads to certain misunderstandings. And disagreements i think one example of this was when senator mike said but in fact amount has not aiming to democracy. It's a republican. You can have different views about how helpful clever applying bet is but it was spotted by a lot of left leaning media as a senator Sort of open admitting but he's anti-democratic but he wants to destroy the actual system was something like bad though simply misunderstanding of what he had said at Example of of of that kind of clash between different readings of the constitution and different vocabulary leading to a little bit of hyperventilation. So i don't disagree with that exists now was very putting out folk is that as ad said what. Donald trump has been up to for glass for years in what he has been up to in these past weeks should be a crying affront to either the to conception of constitution whether you believe we live in a democracy public whether you saying that the anti-democratic of account majoritarian elements of the constitution. Like the senate a perfectly appropriate whether you think that's problematic. I've you should believe in the peaceful transfer of power. I have a way you should believe that it's very important not to undermine the trust the people have in the election system. I've away you should think that a sitting president should not say that those massive voter fraud by being able to offer any of evidence of for that feces. I've away you should say that. The president going on about how his opponent should be locked up committing crimes. In an unsubstantiated way is exactly the kind of behavior doomed Republics that had been attempted before foundation of ours and that the founding fathers was so worried about when they road not just the constitution but when we modeled a set of behaviors in a set of new orleans. They hoped would put us on a more stable pop so to yes. We have different notions of Operating with yes. That's a lot of mutual Incomprehension but to spin that into an excuse for the kind of behavior we have seen from the outgoing president of last week's takes a little bit of by david as someone who favors. gop senate oppose president trump. your perhaps uniquely well situated to help translate each side to the other so put us in the shoes of the seventy percent of republicans who believe that the election was rigged and also the republican senators. Who are supporting the president's claiming and then as you think about the way forward. I am always struck by how difficult it is to persuade people who disagree with you about policy at the same time. It is possible to have civil debates about the meaning of the constitution as we find every day at the constitution center host precisely debates between liberals and conservatives. Is that one way that both sides can debate productively basically not not just setting the policy disagreements aside and focusing on the constitutional disagreements or do you have other suggestions for productive discussion moving forward. Well it's it's frankly hard. It's as a practical basis on a mass scale. It's really hard you know through the big sort. We increasingly live around people of like mind as we live around. People of like mind reinforcer owned by season. We grow more extreme. We channel our interests into the media. That reinforces all of those trends. So you know the way. I've put it to people who i live in a precinct that went almost seventy percent for for trump. I think in the last in in two thousand sixteen. I lived in more rural precinct and it went seventy two percent for trump. My friends my neighbors. They support trump. And one thing that i say.

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"four years" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

05:42 min | 6 months ago

"four years" Discussed on Trumpcast

"Hasim, what is down trump done to model democracy as something is an attractive force so that allies of Vladimir Putin's like the guy in Belarus under pressure right now you'll some heat. This is what Putin wants. He wants a discredited demoralized distracted America that is not setting a democratic exempt. Yeah. I mean the the moral authority that we I think squandered on. Election Day. I had Oslo. Bali, who is a friend of mine? Who teaches at UCLA was I think my first guest when I when I started hosting the show and she was November tenth or eleventh or something, and she said the pox Americana is over and you know we need to take a breath and say what are our commitments now as as far as individuals as citizens and what are kind of professional commitments or? Political commitments now that that has dissolved and I think. Pox Americana just a great phrase to revive their because we know we lost a lot on that day and in the last four years, but it's hard to put our fingers on it. Exactly. Right like like we didn't have we didn't have harmony in the homeland even in two thousand fifteen you know the idea that we're polarized you know tell that to the birth irs hoop out this a long time or the truth irs or whoever else and crisco batch, and then the idea that we are, you know that we've lost moral authority I mean I think you know at least the Islamic world thought that we were morally bankrupt back then and And I think Europe was suspicious of US although you know it's hard to say. But in any case, pox Americana is something that was just an article of faith with with us as we came of age you and me and does seem to be kind of gone now. So I want to just talk about the dovetailing of your own professional and political commitments since two thousand sixteen. So maybe just take us back to election night. Did it instantly on you? As it did on Professor Bali that you you would have to make some changes and you'd have to find out where to be most effective, and also what were you most afraid of? It did and. The way I'd up kind of the version of what you said which I agree with is I always try to explain to Americans as someone who travels a lot. It's not the fact that Donald Trump is president that is so problematic. It's the fact that we elected Donald trump president and that's something that can never be undone and it it calls into question everything about American leadership in the world because. We have this this awesome power the world has kind of not only because of our military but the world is kind of generally looked to us to set the direction even if they don't like our policies and they hated the Iraq war and they they blame for the financial crisis. Yeah. But in a way, trump is worse because it just showed such a profound irresponsibility. That we would let someone like that get to the highest most powerful office in the history of the world in that election night and I I knew I'd seen the kind of radicalization that had taken place in the Republican..

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"four years" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"four years" Discussed on Trumpcast

"What was part of? It's interesting that trump basically gave life to every criticism of me and Obama like everything they said about the Iran deal everything about Paris everything's, of Cuba, opening will they got to do whatever they wanted right and so so you know the trump presidency is the manifestation of by worst nightmare sense like think of your worst troll in life becomes the president states right and they're. Very Determined I. Mean Not all my trolls I. Think are determined. They're not fixated on me enough that they would want to just reverse everything I've gone from the color of my drapes to you know my hairstyle but because of trump's fixation on Obama as his white whale, he did want to reverse everything. So don't do stupid shit becomes. Let's see what is it again reversing it do stupid Shit as possible. Exactly. Max Out on the stupid shit and then also reverse the Iran deal because it has Obama's name on it and so on I agree with you. If you know I think I tweeted one time like one thing we have learned from this time have been the virtues of the Iran deal now that we're without it that was accomplishing a lot in. The region since since two thousand sixteen did you expect the deal to to really follow park has had some support on the right and I think at the very beginning of trump you might have thought he's got his eye focused on the southern border or these other things that he'd really run on an inspite of the Michael Flynn commitment to stamping out radical Islamic terrorism they. Maybe wouldn't do this take away the Iran deal. How did that evolve for you when you saw must really going down well so when when Flynn got ousted after fifteen days, there was about a year when McMaster was the national skirt advisor Mattis's at defense were they were clearly doing everything they could to save the Iran deal. They didn't want the risk of leaving which by the way was ironic because mattis is critical of the Rondo on came out it just shows you when you're. Actually empower, you might prefer to have an arms control agreement place. Yeah. So I actually thought there was a fighting chance of the thing could survive, but to trump, it was interesting how the Iran deal was. So central to just kind of their narrative about Obama and his foreign policy and his weakness in his coddling of quote unquote radical Islam. You could tell the trump wasn't going to give it up and then John Bolton became national skirt advisor. The thing is toast. Of. What's been interesting in watching it play out is the arguments that we made that they called dishonest at the time were essentially that it's either this deal or the Iranians advanced their program. If you leave the deal, you're going to strengthen the hardliners in Iran and you're going to risk war and. Literally all those all arguments that they said were so dishonest and said, I can constructed a totally fake echo chamber to make those arguments, but they've all happened. Iran is restarted its nuclear program. The hardliners are clearly in charge there..

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"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

"Show my daughters. Yeah. The way that their future husbands should treat them and you do very and not just husbands but you know if they have more than one boyfriend or just men in general. Like to boyfriends. DuNNo. I'm saying. That is the way a man should treat. Yeah woman regardless. Respect and dignity. You're not a piece of me. You're not just someone who's going to cook and clean for them. And I've I've seen that firsthand to not in our relationship just? I know people who? That's all the woman is is. Where my socks where where's my food Hey you know I, I don't really give two cents about our children but you know how a Tyra bedroom rob you know like I I it. Really. Oh. Going no, please don't. But women are nothing than a piece of me or someone to do their bidding. That said. That was that was a heavy. Yeah. Was it supposed a wasn't I didn't mean for it to get that that deep but but I think that's kind of how our our conversations. Leave Rabbit Hole Oh. Yeah and and hopefully tangents and hopefully episodes are not going to be a full hour. Long I'm going to follow the advice of the the great What I like to call indirect podcast mentor that I've had for the last six almost seven years, Mr Daniel J, Lewis L., and The perfectly of an episode is as long as it needs to be. That's right. So on that note. I think we're going to wrap it up won't go what if No good. No I. The. Internet still out some. So's my brain. I was trying to think of a way to. Have people weigh in on this bill thing oh? Yes. Maybe that would be a good First topic of you know, what? What are your guys thoughts on On submission and respect in a relationship. Yeah yellows do that. So here's here's a couple of things you can do as we shut this episode down. This felt really good i. just let me just say that it felt a little like. Didn't feel quite so natural. Conversation like there's something in me that link. Okay. Now I've got turn my radio voice when I put headphones on and microphones in front of my face funny thing is I'm much more comfortable that it's different like if we're just sitting on the couch having a deep conversation or laying in our bed before we go to sleep at night like it's just those are the moments where I wish we could do this like just put the headphones on in the microphone right there they think we. Did that and it doesn't work. Great sorry. But here's the thing The whole. The whole point of this show is not just for windy night or talk and and you know be goofy or whatever. Yes. That's a big part of it. Cat. You touch my headphone cord and I will eat you alive. She likes to chew on expensive. And that's what we have here. So here's the thing..

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"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

"But like I think we now would explain it because I mean, it was a lot like that but is more of a legalistic lake. There were rules that were to be followed based on biblical principles. made out has also military. So I think that that kind of had a little bit to play with it like it was very strict. I grew up in a very strict house like I mean not so strict where like I couldn't wear pants strict. You definitely wore pants I definitely wear pants. I meant. What attracted me to you is the fact that you didn't wear pants. Open. I'm kidding oh getting Others upon him. Gosh. No but it was it was a strict house. So I mean like we didn't have to wear dresses all the time. We didn't have to cover our heads how some women do like. It was like you said, is legalistic like we look down on people who who didn't go to church and I mean like that. That was. At the time I didn't know any different. You know that was just that was how we grew up. All I knew is that I wasn't allowed to wear makeup outside the house. I didn't. I wasn't allowed to do this. I wasn't allowed to listen to that kind of music I wasn't. You know there were a lot of things that I just I couldn't do because we went to church you know and. It was a lot I mean. I don't know Bash on my on my dad. My family that was non. Early. GROWING UP I saw lot of bill. In not not just my family but the families that we were around. Yeah I had One of my one of my friends growing up her dad was bill. And her mom. Thought that being submissive meant that she just had to listen to every single thing that her husband said and she had no opinion. She. She was not a person and I don't agree with that I feel like that is very demeaning that that post that you shared it's very demeaning toward women meaning that women only serve one function and that's either for you to get off for you to get fed or for your kids to be taken care of. And I. I don't agree with that. And that was I mean not saying that you did. Not Get a right hand that was that was. It was it was meant to be funny. And and generally the depot right. But the generally those those those questions are used in a humorous way. I don't want anybody to take offense to it. I mean here's the thing I don't see anything wrong with I mean, the Bible says to be submissive to your husband. But. What. What how I feel is you know what? I have no problem being submissive to you. But? For me to be submissive to you, there needs to be respect to give him back and that that did not pose to me as he was being respectful to his wife rain. So. It's just like. With anything if you don't give respect, you're not going to get it back and I think that maybe that's his problem. The he he's not getting any respect from his wife but you WANNA know why bill because you're not giving respect. You're not showing your wife that she is loved more than anything else. You're not showing her that that you know she is prized in your is above everybody else you're just expecting from her and. obviously, I feel that that's not right well, and part of the reason I brought it up because I was I remember I was going through Yahoo and looking for questions that we could be funny and. and..

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"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

"I'm totally selling this thing and they're not paying me for I don't care sad but I, mean, maybe one day though. I love this thing, but it's pretty great and I will tell you it is one of my favorite things. First thing in the real deal I am route you around because then I go to my nine to five if I have to go number two, you say number two after you talked about water shooting up your but. When I have to Poop? Yeah. There you go. Defecate. Foul Movement Okay I can't think of other polite words. Insistent. Draft you. Gentlemen my wife. That's why he married me. Yes. You also hold under the rains you're like Whoa Whoa. WHOA. That's too far. So anyway when I'm at work and I have to Poop, got a wipe in. Like If I could. If I could get a hold of the company Credit Card I would stall up a day every single toilet bowl. Every single. Whoa good and you know what? They'd all be happier for it at probably yeah yeah. Yeah It ruined I ruined. Yep. So Yeah. We we bought a day now for this final. Segment the final segment of this episode because I don't think episodes are normally going to be like an hour long now this one. Let's. We had a lot to talk about though true had a lot to catch up on. So if you divide that by four, really this is only a fifteen minute episode you go. Right really long fifteen minute episode. Math. I'm going to steal. And Ministerial something from one of my favorite comedy podcasts. It is highly recommended that you don't listen to this show because it is not appropriate for families. Or children I guess that's families right. Right people with families. You do not want to listen to this particular by get. I'm not even GonNa say what it is. But. Just as a forewarning, don't I listened to some crude stuff I'm a horrible human being and probably need to go see a priest and. Be Forgiven. Anyway. So I am going to steal one of their little things and we're GonNa go to Yahoo Answers. Okay Answers, dot. Yahoo Dot. com. And If if you know anything about your who answers. IT IS A. Website where people can freely ask questions about whatever and I thought. How Fun would it be? To find a A wild question they're. Lucky for you, I've already found one. Oh okay. So I don't even need you. You don't have to Oh, good I'm just saying. you told me to go there. So I went there and now I, don't need it well I'm glad that you're paying attention the year listening to me. That you're listening to your husband because believe it or not. It segues pretty well. Okay. Here's a question. From an anonymous user runner call him. billy the kid. Just call him now we can't call him, but we'll call him bill. Not Billy because I work with a billion like billy okay So bill writes. Do. You know of any productive videos that would ensure my wife to fulfil her roles and duties as a true Christian? Wife Oh. My. Goodness are you kidding I have used? In the past that have not been as productive, any sort of suggestion that may be worth looking into. Appreciate. Show. Ladies and gentlemen in this quarter. Exactly Bill your basket beat down and The answer is just so you know..

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"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

"To Go to a company dinner we did. Yeah. So that'll be nice. You did and I'm just piggybacking. Yes. I I asked Mike My boss. My wife can come to right he's like, yeah I'm sure Yeah Louis Fine. So it was like, all right. She's coming with me and that doesn't make me feel uncomfortable at all. Now, you see you bought your your your your place at the table by making them cookies. Oh I didn't do that for that reason. I told them that you did I'm Kennedy I didn't know. But speaking of C transitions. Oh my lord you make cookies. Now I make a lot more than cookies. I make cookies. You just said that. GEICO. Expecting me to pick up. No, no I was. stupidly trying to be funny that's not my forte. You can go to wink confections, DOT com. It's right and We're still working on the site where still working on. So please don't tell me that my cakes are in feet and not inches I know. I know. A nine foot kate for five dollars. I would. I would set you straight but no I I've been doing that for. Probably, about two years now. And I've really found something that I'm passionate about and I love it Just started doing cookies back before Christmas and that has really taken off and. I can ship pretty much wherever not internationally but. Here in the states for sure you. And you're good at it I I appreciate that. and. I'm not just saying I would humbly say. I really do like it and I feel like cookies look good in the end so. That's worth something I. Think it tastes good too and I'm not a big. You're not a big. I don't a lot of this. We're not sweet fan which is again ironic and the other ironic thing is about ninety percent of my life I spend on a Ketogenic Diet. Have Sugar so so she calls the girls now does this taste okay this tastes okay. Right Sugar. How does that taste bad? Yes. That got me in trouble one time. Yeah but. So that's ironic I'm a baker but. Baker I am and Baker I probably always will be I love it. You're good at it. That's fun. Yeah it's a passion. And I was told today that it shows so. I'll take that and run with it very. So I know we've been talking for a while. But. Let's let's talk a little bit about. Kind of the point of the podcast things that we want to kind of accomplish for sure together I said a little while ago that you know..

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"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

"Yeah. I was GonNa say remember the whole night and day thing. Yeah. They're like oil and water sometimes too when they don't mix and they fight a lot but I think that's true with any sibling. But you know I I mean I know I fought with my siblings growing up for sure. But. I don't ever remember. Doing what they do like just. I mean and again I'm sure it'd. But I think you just take the things that you WANNA remember out of your child. Had A great childhood don't get me wrong. And I had great siblings just. I don't. I don't really remember fighting they did. I don't. I. Don't even sure I did I. Mean I I spent the majority of my. Well, actually my entire childhood. To my knowledge. Sharing a room with with Rick, my immediate younger brother And every we argued in stuff like that's just normal. Shall we talk about the whole and the door that still covered? Today at your Parents House I had no idea what you're talking about Oh. I, you know like it wasn't a. Perfect I think, I. Think when you are in that close proximity with anybody, you're GONNA fight yeah. And and I think that that is our problem right now. So we are looking for. A. Third Bedroom House. Yeah. However, that comes with its challenges that comes with. Rent increase which we're not oblivious to we weren't. We weren't naive to that fact but Yeah. That's Yeah and that's coming up fast and so like this morning I woke up at five because I couldn't sleep anymore I mean he sat on the couch for. A couple of hours seven o'clock rolls around and I'm like. I should probably do something. So I started like cleaning my desk like I've emptied my desk I packed away. Old Computer and. We won't even go into the fact that you know we've we've rented a dumpster and. A ton of crab in cubic foot dumpsters yard. Yeah. That's a lot bigger. It was big and we filled it up with tons of crap and I'm looking around still thinking Oh. You know what that should have gone and Oh, we forgot to put that in and I don't know we didn't just throw everything in there and start completely over it's called money. Oh, I forgot. We don't have a lot of it when. Speaking of money though. I have a part time job. He I you do. Yeah I am now from last time. Yeah I am now a part-time support contractor let lil with fantastic little company. Some of you may have heard of if you're into podcasting blueberry. Yeah. Yeah I. Have Really Great Company. They're they're awesome I. Love the way they treat you. Well I think it's a respect thing. I think it's better because they only to talk to me and slack Oh and they don't have to see me every day. I. Mean that's gotTa be. That's the only difference between my day job and my part time job. Well on the people you work with Oh. That's right but. That's another time I absolutely love working for blueberry and You Windy you get to go visit the Home Office at the end of the month with me I do because we got invited..

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"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

"By the list she's very, she's very first born. She's a she's a lot like me in the way that I'm just Kinda like. This looks interesting. Let's try it for two second and Okay now, I'm bored with it. After two seconds yeah and so like So we're we're trying to. To to figure out what they're both into because. I think. Islas. Has stayed very much In the same. Interest, area. Give me some crowns or some markers and some paper and good for a good chunk of time. She else I mean anything artsy. Or Censor. Loves. Playing with with Klay with. Oh. She loves sly right I mean then again. Right at the moment I can't imagine any kid that's not into slime. So another thing that's different between the two of them you know Gracie was grace. She's my kiddo color what I want. That's she she was an only child for you know four and a half years years. and. So. I think she kind of got burnt out on the whole like playing by herself thing. And now she doesn't want to play at all. Yeah, which sucks for her sister. Well, but at all. Time Eilly is very, very much a kid this just kinda like. Okay well play by myself not always always. Times where We had moments today where she was like i WanNa play with grace and we're just like she's not interested I don't know what to tell you. I'm not going to force her here. Why don't you try why don't you? Why don't you do this? Yeah But yeah there night and day and I'm sure if we had five more, they'd all be different from the first two. Also, I, am not having fight milk. No. That was me. You're not. You're not going alone. Definitely Yeah. Brain Fart. Hits late, it's eleven o'clock. PM. Do you know what your brain is. I. So Let's talk about the changes coming in your life. Oh Yeah L. that was a a nice segue. From, you saying where you have to do it without me. Whoops. Not What I. Meant it it's positive but scary. Well, we're looking for a new house and. We. Kind of have a deadline and that's kind of scary. And that's like three weeks from now we are. We are. We have no idea where we're moving removing it's I don't. I'm trying to figure out a phrase. It is not A. It's a forced move. Yeah. Because we rent right and the fantastic people that we rent from We have never had better landlords more patient landlord. Friends now they're I mean. They're friends and but they've decided you ruined asks for all other people. but they've? They decided. Really, probably last year the year before that, they wanted to sell the house that we live in right now right because there's just too much of a burden to have to pay and just giving taking care of the roof knees redone and things like that, and we seriously thought about buying it but it only has two bedrooms right now with two girls chew bedrooms would put us out of a bedroom. Because this, they're they're at the point where like you were saying they, they have different interests and. Different maturity levels, right. Well, that puts them at odds quite a bit..

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"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

"Here Shut up. To pivot anymore, you'd think. So I think we have tried to take her her interest in technology and turn it into something. Good. So for Christmas, we bought her a little It's a raspberry Pi computer it was a kit. So it came with a keyboard and she bill everything which was really cool and I'm I'm. Trying to to nudge her toward learning how to Code and understanding that she's pretty good at it. Yeah. She sat what for a whole day On, a Saturday and just let coated a whole website Yup. To where it would run in function and yes, she actually did that on the IPAD before we got her. Made US think that maybe that was a good idea direction to go in and I think it was I. I don't have any bad feelings about it I just I'm frustrated with myself because it's taken this long it's now April as we record this episode it's four months for me to go. I should probably have a dedicated spot for her to sit down but I was using my desk. Yes. So it's good. and. Then So the little baby that. was once in our podcast. Yeah. Houston interrupt and she's not such a baby anymore she's five just turned five aisles aisles. EILLY. She. She is something else. Everybody everybody told me when I was pregnant. Oh my gosh that second child. You have an issues. No just. Oh I'm adjusting the volume just a little bit on my end. Okay. So. everybody always told me that second kid. Their their doozy. They weren't lying and she's a lot different than greasy everything is different. They're literally night and day like when she came along a Gracie. She always slept great through the night. Implant footsie on the airplane for. My sock is your son sucked foot. Yes So she's night and day gracie slept during the night and I never did. And now it's kind of role reversal ever since gracey started with her attitude. Its role reversal, she likes to stay up late and get up late in Eilly likes to go to bed early and get up early. So it's IT'S It's changed even since. They were born just so crazy but like even their hair. So gracie has this thick thick mop of hair like just..

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"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

"Might as well. Be Me I think it's like. You and the girls kind of have what he took the red box back. Yes I did. Sorry. That was. So. Anyway, the original of the show was basically let's have fun. Let's have conversations with each other that we think other people need to hear because everybody needed to know we had a red box By the way, I should've taken it back last night. Took it back to Knight. Nike about it. I know. We Go I actually do have an outline for the show. Following it at all on your phone. You could look at it. Will about that? So the the original see for the show for the fifth time was to have these conversations with the two of us but record them and and just have fun because. We knew. That there's no way in the world that we were the only two people having the conversations that we have. Maybe we are. Maybe we are. Now you get to listen to it and yeah and We encourage. We encourage you to weigh in on the episodes. Give feedback. Yeah. or share stories. I. Think That's something that I'm looking forward to so here at you know. Almost, ten minutes into the show. I'm just GONNA, ask you please go to because we said show dot com I thought you were asking me no, not you listener that I'm GonNa to. I have to quit looking at me at at you Wendy and look at the computer when I'm not talking directly to you. But. That's kind of weird too. So anyway, listener person you listening yes. Looking at the computer. You. Yes you go to because we said show dot com and leave a comment on the first episode post that was Cheesy I. Know I don't know I don't know I know. Oh? Doesn't get it. She's rambunctious people. She had coffee sometime today. I had two cups of coffee today and that's a lot of gravy. So. Let's Let's start with the First Section in our outline. Oh, that one yeah. Verde covered two out of three well. Of I mean, kind of so like you said, it's been four years since our last episode. Yeah. And our kids have grown right we have a ten year old ten year old double digits doubles Ho attitude. Yeah it's an interesting it's a new thing. I'm kind of upset with my parents for not telling me that this happens but then again. My parents had mostly boys. Yeah, and they were all like you. Boys just well, you know what boys deal. Come in the bathroom for ten minutes. They're fine. We we. Did. Know, we have lots and lots of attitude from the ten year old. She's quite spunky. Though I mean I mean I have to say that I'm obligated to say that I think it's it's in the parent code is in like a contract like the release forms. Spill See I think that's why see that's why we should have had kids at home. Well, I think that's why might have the last asking to be home. So so there's no contract there like we can treat these kids however we want. I don't know So yeah. Grace is ten now. Grace yes and not greasy. Gracie she'll probably always be my gracie. She is a spitfire she is one. She shall things electronic which I can't think of any kid right now that's not until electronics or SCR I think though that we're we're trying to pivot that in the best possible direction and enter friends..

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"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

"So. I may have I'm going to have to edit a lot of this. Sorry welcome to because we said my name is Dave Clements and I'm his wife Wendy Clements. Glad you have the same last name as me. WOULD BE WEIRD I'm here why I mean a lot of people do it. Hi I'm your wife Wendy Kabob. which is an even worse name than your maiden name and my maiden name was okay Lawson's not bad. No, it's not as good as clements though you said, you didn't like your last name about a week ago I have problems with my last. But Hey look at it. This way you went from the end of the line to the front of the line not the end pretty darn close Nah, maybe the middle. I mean if you're going by like a well, even a through M I get thrown into that first batch but. I've been this last name for although I've been this last night for about twelve years eleven and a half years, but every once in a while. I don't know why maybe some people do. Maybe some women do this like when you change your name. Sometimes Blake. You're like Oh. Yeah. I'm Wendy. Lawson. I. Mean you wouldn't say that. It was. I said, last name was lost. If like you say your maiden name and you're like, Whoa, where did that come from like I haven't done that in probably five years it's really weird. It's weird to start writing my name and all of a sudden I start writing. Where did that come from? Well, it's it's weird for me because you've been, you know you've had the name of you've had for, like you said like twelve years. and. We will run into somebody that you know from years ago before you were married. and. You're like Yeah Wendy loss in and I'm like, that's not your name not your name. Is So. Getting back to where we're at a little bit the the point of this. Shell. When we conceived a four years ago was. Here's the thing we are not experts in. Life in relationships experts are life. Yeah I. Mean I mean we we? We. Pretty dumb about something. True. But the ideal was. Because I am so into podcasting. I. WanNa talk about things. I don't have a cough button so you're gonNA have to cough and edit it out now. So. Yeah Anyway. We found ourselves. Having these conversations. That we were just like Oh we should be recording this right now. And we're doing that before we even started tonight. Will Yeah Yeah and I guess I guess that's kind of what I'm saying too. Is. We do that a lot though yeah and that was that was kind of the conceit of what this show is going to be. It's all right I'm really sorry. No, it's all right. It's funny because you have a bottle of water you drink like half of it so far, and you're still coughing it's that darn cold that's been true hovering around our house. Sorry. This is how it works. Yes. If kids always gonNA, interrupt me, but if kids don't interrupt. Somebody to..

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"four years" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"four years" Discussed on Because We Said