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UN Libya envoy reports on significant achievements towards peace
"This is matt well as you're news. Following a decade of political instability and conflict libyans are on the path to peace and the international community needs to do its part which includes respecting an arms embargo. Top official there said in an exclusive interview with our un news. Aerobic team stephanie. Williams acting special representative of the secretary general commended. The first round of political talks between the government of national accord in libyan national army held last week and she initiate ms williams spoke to my yakub about ongoing developments in libya. Since the signing of historic ceasefire agreed last month under the auspices of the un mission in the country. Un's mil which she had. A ceasefire agreement itself was really greeted of rate of ause across the via. Withings were so relieved to see more officers. Come together with very great sense of national responsibility and to reach across the table. Shake hands and really for the sake of libya start to take steps to To unify institutions to ease the conditions for average le'veon's and to really pave the way for the resumption of the political process. You have just concluded the first first-round of critical dialogue forum. Are you happy with the results. In how are the preparation for the second round going preparations for the second round or underway. I am very pleased with what happened here in tunis. Last week seventy five participants came the sach talk for some of them really the first time that they have come together since the revolutions twenty eleven over these long years of crisis and division and they to gingrich national responsibility an desire for reconciliation and desire to put the country on the right on the libyan to restore rabin decision making in socrates. They're very intensive day. They accomplished a lot. They decided that national elections should be held on december fourth. Twenty twenty one which marks seventieth anniversary of libya's independence. So what better day. For libyan's to come together to renew their institutions through credible inclusive and fair elections. They also agreed a national roadmap for a preparatory period leading up to elections they renamed. The perogatives are reformed presidency council and a separate premiership in unity government in. They also agreed the eligibility criteria for candidates to these positions. I am really pleased to say that of the seventy five participants. The women's participants really stood out. They came together as a block fairly early on in the process started working on a statement issued outline really a series of principles recommendation. She improving women's participation in the political process and governance. They demanded that remains should account for no west thirty percent of the leadership positions in the recently formed executive authority and that was also echoed in the roadmap which was consensually agreed by having participants. On the last day miss williams. You just mentioned the election. What will will on smell. In how how would smell facilitated so are we support of the higher national elections commission. Which is the national sovereign body in libya that is charged with organizing elections. We also work directly with the authorities in the government of national board to ensure that they support the h. neck through expanding. Its operations and i'm pleased to say that. The government of national forest has announced that they will on begin this much needed financing of the h neck. So we will stand with the libyan stand with the elections commission as they undertake the challenging. Work ahead to organize these much desired national elections. You also spoke about women. What is awesome The wing to ensure the representation and participation of libyan women the election. But also andy libyan seen in general so. We made sure that arabian women were strongly represented in the political dialogue. They are also were paraded in economic dialogue. And in terms of what we're doing you know we are facilitate Gender sensitive gender inclusive legislation to be taken out by the the libyan parliament. And that will we believe. Better enable access. Stir women candidates to office. And those who will no doubt be running. In the parliaments
Why Not Just Be The Best?
"All right. So Last weekend was insane I duNNo. If I told you this yet private and county deep. But I chance to go speaker Gingrich Season Tony Robbins Event Tony's studio which he built a huge studio and covert hit Zoom rumors like this huge stadium, rapin zoom walls and. It was crazy scam. You saw that pitchers but it was really special and really fun and we're actually flew there in Tony's private plane, which was crazy she his house and just it was really special weekend but. Telling you too much of that. I was thinking go deeper. So many crazy. A three call talking about although haase antiquated from that. I. Will drop out to you throughout the next few episodes but. There's one thing that's interesting. So We decided women, there were six days, which is kind of cool. We had out some really cool people and just relax and take a break a little bit and you know at the hotel there's so gets the scoop massages. So we started from Sasha two different days and obviously now the Cova, there's weirdness Boise Lovato. Idaho's is different but in Florida, were at, they have different rules rights face masks more often all sorts of stuff. So go get our first massage and He didn't there and it was only sixty minute massage because that's all they had time for that day or whatever, and this comes out she puts on plastic gloves, which was kind of weird Mike wasn't my favorite by Monica. Whatever. So And It was not it was not my favorite massage. Partially because they anyway, there are a lot of reasons why I just it was. Annoyed like it wouldn't feel good. It was just like she was technically giving massage but was not getting Sasha so much. So by the end of my sixty minutes like normally get a ninety minute massage and my sixteen massage like I just wanted to be done I was like it was like the longest sixty minutes life miserable I didn't have a good time and is even thinking like I hate massage like maybe maybe changed mental like the January maybe whatever and I'm so annoyed and finally got Donald. Kevin's is over I give me out of here and I just like Laugh A. Beautiful SPA and all these like I'm done like I don't I don't do beside I don't do. Anymore despise like I just had a horrible experience I I make. ASSANGE again anime rafter. GotTa massages later and then met afterwards and and I was like that was horrible. I don't ever want to give me Josh again and he said we have booked for tomorrow. May I know him? I don't really want to go as we cancel and. anyway it was just it was interesting. So. Next I go back because they have a twenty four hour cancellation periods have to Sasha like massages. This is GonNa be ninety minutes I'm going to be miserable. Just the whole thing right. So get there and kind of bad attitude and talking to Susan she's different person in super. Nice, and we we out massages she starts. The same thing has for the plastic gloves, which is kind of annoying but whatever. Does massage and this time it is a complete experience. was like an artist like it was it was amazing. Everything. It's Chris spend the same amount of money both massages. Right and the first one I wanted to die I wanted to get off the table on the right next person was insane. They were amazing like the ninety minutes was over and I was like, are you kidding me like I want to give you some more money? I spent flip back over and keep doing this back and forth all day. Until your to your shift or whatever like it was it was it was amazing and I remember laying there thinking about how like just twenty four hours earlier massage from person CEO same same spa everything and how I hated it, and this was amazing. Why would they compete anything to continue this experience longer and I started thinking about? This right both of these people would consider themselves from sizes masseuses right Both and got paid to say May to do the job but one was artist one was great. What they do and one was just did the thing, right? And I started thinking about my life lake. Everything. I've done I've tried. I don't know I always wanted to be the best I remember when I was wrestling about this this. This tape has s tape pre DVD's. And it was. The story about Tom Terry brands were twin brothers who are wrestlers, Iowa. Remember the movie started with I tom brands he comes and says, my name's Tom Brands my goal simple going to be the best wrestler in the world. Next thing came up as Terry brant my goal simple. I want to be the best wrestler in the whole world and that's how starts and boom. It goes into training montage and stuff and I was just like, yes. I remember thinking I. Can make my name's Russell Brunson the great wrestler in the world right and so I because I didn't want to be a good wrestler I want to be like okay. I wanted to be the best in the world and obviously never got there. That was my belief because I got way for the night probably ever should've gotten my skill and talent level right? I've state champ. I was an all American second in the Nation High School into college. Rank the top ten college never place NCA but but you know I did I heard your career and which to business was the same thing I got into business I wasn't on make moody who I was like. The greatest market ever lived like if I'm doing this job anywhere might as well take the amazing it right like. and. And I was just thinking about during massage just like people have the same job title. One's amazing ones like. You know and I think about for all of us like my kids. I. Keep with my kids and I don't care. We don't care what you WanNa be when you grow up like don't be like, okay. Be The best in the world like. A how do you? How do you become amazing not just give amazing. What are you have to do different I don't know I don't know how to teach that exactly more. So than just like helping has want that desire like don't be the crappy I think about funnel building right like th. There's tons of you without teaching fungibility and doing fun bill and you can hire someone and you will they hire someone in they get a funnel in the funnel stocks and she's like. You know your federal building become the best in the world obsess about designing copying all these things that when you build someone to funnel like you handed to them, it should be art they should be away by just like you know the second has blown away like. That's experience when a gift somebody if you can't give some experience like you need to geek out more, you got to go deeper you had become better. Become the best in the world that you are in your craft whatever it is right. If I was a dentist locators dentist, but there's there's amazing dense chiropractic. I won't be good chiropractor on the best in the world.
"gingrich" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"The morning America this is the cats roundtable trunk, Katzman TD's here. Sunday morning. Well, what the heck is going on with the election. Well, one of the most knowledgeable guys I know and calling in from the Vatican off definitely need a prayer. Is Newt Gingrich a historian speaker of the House presidential candidate and We'll commonsense Guy Good Morning Newt Gingrich. How are you? I'm doing well and it's always fun. Chance to travel you. Is More than enough stuff out there to talk about. I know I mean it's just I can't believe it's fifty yard games to go to the actual election I. Think One of the biggest dangers we have India election is seventy states mailing out. Hundred million mail ballots unsolicited. I mean one could understand people requesting A. Ballot. You're in the military you're traveling etc. But unsolicited a hundred, million ballots I mean, it's crazy. Isn't it? What is it is crazy and I did a podcast awhile go by two of them about Nancy Pelosi trying to class. How bill called HR Sixteen, eight hundred, which has page after page basically to change the election law to make it easy to steal. The. The Democrats ideal model you wouldn't have to do you are you wouldn't have to prove where you lived. You could go ahead and both by mail or nobody else verifying that it was good it was you doing it. And of course, you look at a place like. Nevada where the state legislature and the governor changed the rules but three weeks ago to send out a ballots to everybody who exists and the post office sent them a letter saying. You know because there's such a huge turnover in Nevada there are two hundred, thousand names. Who they know have left the state. And so. I think what the Matt at all Democrats and I think what they hope is it will be know mounds of valid city apartment houses and at nursing homes, and the Culinary Union is the strongest Democrat goes musician Nevada and my guess is they'd be thrilled to go out and pick up these ballots and both of To be a real helpers and I think that gives you a flavor of Just what's coming my view is that trump has to win by a big enough margin that they can't feel who says. Speaker Gingrich is not enough of citizens in the election process to crosscheck who has voted and who has. Centered in by by mail I mean there's no crush check. What's right and and I think the states that do that in most states are not going to do that and most of the key swing states that trump has to carry out and do that you go to a place like New York, you know how what a disaster the primary was in man. Whose truck I think nine weeks to count and the losers now suing on the grounds. was still wrong..
Chuck Woolery says he never thought COVID-19 was a hoax
"Back on July, Twelfth Chuck woolery was trending, which always gets our attention. When we mentioned this name, Chris made the other day we gotTA. What is wordperfect style reaction? So just? In case you don't know. Chuck woolery was the host of the eighties nineties game show love connection. which was sort of scrolling through tinder in a doctor's waiting room? Am I getting? Am I? Get any ambience of that show right? Here's the opening theme of loving. Welcome to world connections. Where old fashioned romance meets, modern technologies taste. Where you hear all the intimate details of a first date. Our parents generation can hear a Beatles song and flash back to their childhood. You and I are Kirsty heard the love. Connection, team. At flashback to. Our Childhood Anyway Chuck woolery has refashioned himself as a rabid right winger on twitter. And this was the tweet to get everybody's attention. The most outrageous lies are the ones about covid nineteen. Everyone is lying the CDC media. Democrats are doctors, not all, but most like you built that in there that we are told to trust I. Think it's all about the election and keeping the economy from coming back, which is about the election? I'm sick of it. It was so conspiratorial David that he got a re tweet from president trump. And then four days later will re tweeted. My son tested positive for the virus and I feel for those suffering, especially for those who have lost loved ones. He then deactivated his Account News as he had tells CNN Chuck Son Fine and a symptomatic. I mean. Does it help the argument that there's no place for right wing voices in Hollywood? The this is the chuck woolery. Is Paragon of right wing voices I mean in Hollywood? I is it because I? It's easy for me to him and say you know. You know if I mean if you go from being Chuck Woolery, who in our minds is relatively famous to a guy who's like? Doing podcast doing Erie podcast with Rachel. Bruno or a Newt Gingrich I guess there was a was a reasonable and that's a. that's a high point. Then there's not much to really be said, but listen if you are in outspoken voice and Republican. Conservatism and libertarianism and everything else you know. I guess it's a good thing when you're bullshit gets wrong by reality and like a moments time, but it's really sad. That had to happen to sun for him to like what's ad that avenue is Sun Saturday had to happen to his under him to like stand that there is a reality that exists outside of his bowl hat
"gingrich" Discussed on The Book Review
"That's very important. Important as well. This new smashmouth approach to partisanship more pronounced in the Republican Party than the Democratic Party in my opinion I think Gingrich is a much more important player than some of the others. You just mentioned all right well. Let's talk about the politics right now since you brought them up. I mean Newt Gingrich is still with us. What does he stand for these days? It feels like he's fully aligned with trump. Is that the case and is that consistent with as you see it with where he's coming from very much I start the book with the story that he was one of the finalists to be. Donald trump before he was president, his vice presidential nominee, he loses out in the end to Mike Pence and Gingrich's even sympathetic to why he lost. He says that he and Donald Trump or both pirates and having to pirates on the same ticket might be too much, but since trump was elected, newt gingrich has been very vocally supportive of the president on Fox. News. News and other conservative outlets he's written a series of books about president trump really presenting him as a new Ronald Reagan, a transformative leader and has a book out right now about the importance of of trump getting re elected to the country's future and I think he has donald trump's ear. To some extent, this is not surprising. I think their approaches to politics. Politics are very similar. A DONALD TRUMP also is willing to do whatever is necessary and break. governing institutions to achieve power and even Donald Trump's language the blistering language. He's willing to use against opponents. Relate resonates with what Newt Gingrich used to do in the nineteen eighties, and then the nineteen nineties when he said things that even made some Republicans uncomfortable about. About his opponents. What do you think newt? Gingrich wants now I. Don't know what he wants now I I I believe he does want to be remembered as relevant and important figure in the evolution of the Republican Party I think he sees an arc between Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump, and he wants to be seen as part of that part of the reason. Reason this all took place on Capitol, Hill and I still think he wants to be a presence of public presence. This is something he always craves that limelight. He craves the television cameras so that his opinions are out front and I think he wants to be the senior statesman of one of the senior statesman of the party You know in two thousand. Thousand, sixteen everyone talked about will the Party the senior Party leaders restrain trump, or what do they think of trump and and people refer to the Bush family, but I thought really newt. Gingrich is the person they should be talking about and I think Gingrich is more than comfortable with the current administration. Did you talk to Newt Gingrich for this book, not I. I met him before the book while I wrote the book. I tried several times, but he was unable to keep the meetings that said he did Brandt me. Access to his congressional papers, which are the bread and butter of how historians do their research there in West Georgia College, and they're really a phenomenal collection, a remarkable look into what he was doing at..
"gingrich" Discussed on The Book Review
"He used to say. You have to give the Media Indiana Jones Than Philharmonic. And on C. Span. He did this all the time all right, so we can see a lot of foreshadowing here and your book argues. I think you're right. We can date precisely the moment. When are toxic political environment was born speaker rights downfall in nineteen, eighty nine. Explain why you why you make that statement. The whole interest of mine in this book is here is Newt Gingrich, and he introduces this form of partisanship practices, this form of partisanship, which is extraordinarily aggressive, which which essentially says partisanship comes above everything else. It's okay to tear down institutions. It's okay to tear down your opponents. It's okay to break the norms and. And procedures we depend on to govern in pursuit of partisan power and I was curious when did that all the sudden become part of the leadership of the Republican Party and Gingrich Spans nine hundred, eighty, seven, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, and early, eighty, nine, really focused on Jim Right and he successful the House Ethics Committee launches an investigation into right. Organizations like common cause, a good government group agree that there was enough to at least look into, and during this in the middle of this whole investigation, as it's really accelerating, a position opens up in the Republican Leadership for House minority whip and. The Republicans decide to elect Gingrich to the position which was kind of shocked at the time because he was seen as such a radical element on Capitol Hill, and they elect them because of what he's been doing to Jim Right because of how successful he was going after the Democratic majority, so it's because of the downfall of right that gingrich style partisanship. Partisanship is both legitimated, and he literally gains a seat at the table in the Republican leadership. I mean when you hear the phrase. New Republican Party arise. The New Republican Party sometimes dated to Goldwater sometimes it stated to the fall of of of Rockefeller Republicanism. Sometimes it stated to Reaganism or the rise of neo conservatism or the nineteen ninety-four contract with America. What makes this sort of the moment different from those other moments that that leads to change and what? Americans believe banner stand for how they operate. I mean all those other elements are important in terms of understanding. Where did the ideas of modern conservatism come from Barry, goldwater important, but what's really important in Washington ultimately is who translates all this into power. Who is able to figure out how to make this? The new governing model of a party, and that's why Gingrich is a little different than Goldwater who ultimately loses the neo conservatives who are primarily intellectuals promoting ideas. This is a guy who's a power broker and he gets himself at the center of a party. Right before it's about takeover Capitol Hill, and that's why I think it's so important and I think we often talk about conservatism in terms of the ideas in the philosophy, but equally important and I think this is evident today in ways. It hasn't been for awhile. It's the approach to politics..
"gingrich" Discussed on The Book Review
"This feels like an episode out of like not just a recent. It's not the recent past. Past the distant past I mean newt is still with us, but this is a very different time for newt, and I think that for many people he started to really appear on People's radars outside of Georgia in the early ninety s with a contract for America, but your book predates that so the book starts in the Nineteen Eighties when you Gingrich. Is this young? Young Congressman who comes from Georgia. He's elected in Nineteen, seventy eight, and any comes to Washington ready to just tear everything down to shake things up to do whatever necessary to help. Republicans become a majority in the House of Representatives which they had not been since nineteen fifty four, and he's intent on a not listening to senior members of the Party and to really. Really taking on the Democrats in ways that they had not been comfortable with, and so he makes a name for himself very quickly, even though he's not part of the leadership in the early eighties. Okay, so you're a history. Professor Newt Gingrich Thought of himself as a history professor and was a history professor, but what exactly did he teach? How did his academic career? Career fit in with his political career well, he received his PhD until Lane. After attending undergraduate school in Emory and Gingrich wrote his dissertation on Belgian colonialism, and he wrote about how and why colonial government had failed to modernize local education and nurture an elite that was capable of sustaining economic growth, and what was remarkable about the dissertation in retrospect, which is what he spent. Spent his academic time on was that he was critical of the design of Belgian policies, rather than on the merits of colonialism, which were much less interest to him, but but that wasn't really his his main focus. I mean as soon as he gets to West Georgia College. That's his first job as a professor. He's deeply uninterested in the academic life I think in. In his first year as a professor, he applies to be the president of the university. He then wants to be share the department and he's impatient with the slowness of academia <hes>. He quickly gains a thirst for the life of politics, and that's really what engages him, and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy four. He decides to run against the incumbent in his district. District John Flint who's an old southern Democrat. What are nudes politics like growing up? Because he conservative early on, and did his conservative ideology remained consistent throughout his life. Yeah, he comes from a working class family. The family's originally from Harrisburg. His father left his mother while she was pregnant with him, so he didn't have much of a relationship with him. He is raised. primarily by his stepfather, who's in the military, so <hes> Gingrich spends a lot of his youth travelling around. He's what we call an Army Brat, and lives in different places in Europe before the family finally settles in Georgia, which is the final stop? He's a Rockefeller Republican during the nineteen sixties. He he is conservative, but he is interested in Republicans like Nelson Rockefeller and then Richard Nixon who had ambitions of building a big Republican coalition as FDR had done for Democrats in the Nineteen Thirties. He doesn't really make a hard right. Right, turn until about nineteen seventy five I'm what prompts that well. He ran for the first time unsuccessfully in nineteen, seventy, four against flint. Then he's getting ready to run against Flint again in nineteen seventy six, and he meets some people associated with the conservative movement like Paul Way Rick. Who's running these camps for up and coming Republicans and he like many young Republicans starts to become enamored with what's this conservative movement that's bubbling up in America and talking about the need to dismantle government to be much more aggressive on national. National Security and this is when he starts to shift to what will eventually be the Reagan Revolution? Would you say that his guiding principles were firmly aligned with Reagan conservatism, or were there differences there? There were differences. <hes> Gingrich for example is much more concerned about environmental issues <hes> even in the early nineteen eighties than a lot of Reagan Nights, are he? He actually takes those kinds of policies much more seriously, but generally he lines up by the time he's in the house. He believes in tax cuts. He believes in deregulation. Deregulation, he believes importantly in a very muscular approach to fighting the Soviet Union and to fighting allies in places like Central America so though there are differences between him, and and some of the hard core inner circle of the Reagan administration. Generally they line up pretty well
Newt Gingrich and the Start of an Era
"This feels like an episode out of like not just a recent. It's not the recent past. Past the distant past I mean newt is still with us, but this is a very different time for newt, and I think that for many people he started to really appear on People's radars outside of Georgia in the early ninety s with a contract for America, but your book predates that so the book starts in the Nineteen Eighties when you Gingrich. Is this young? Young Congressman who comes from Georgia. He's elected in Nineteen, seventy eight, and any comes to Washington ready to just tear everything down to shake things up to do whatever necessary to help. Republicans become a majority in the House of Representatives which they had not been since nineteen fifty four, and he's intent on a not listening to senior members of the Party and to really. Really taking on the Democrats in ways that they had not been comfortable with, and so he makes a name for himself very quickly, even though he's not part of the leadership in the early eighties. Okay, so you're a history. Professor Newt Gingrich Thought of himself as a history professor and was a history professor, but what exactly did he teach? How did his academic career? Career fit in with his political career well, he received his PhD until Lane. After attending undergraduate school in Emory and Gingrich wrote his dissertation on Belgian colonialism, and he wrote about how and why colonial government had failed to modernize local education and nurture an elite that was capable of sustaining economic growth, and what was remarkable about the dissertation in retrospect, which is what he spent. Spent his academic time on was that he was critical of the design of Belgian policies, rather than on the merits of colonialism, which were much less interest to him, but but that wasn't really his his main focus. I mean as soon as he gets to West Georgia College. That's his first job as a professor. He's deeply uninterested in the academic life I think in. In his first year as a professor, he applies to be the president of the university. He then wants to be share the department and he's impatient with the slowness of academia He quickly gains a thirst for the life of politics, and that's really what engages him, and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy four. He decides to run against the incumbent in his district. District John Flint who's an old southern Democrat. What are nudes politics like growing up? Because he conservative early on, and did his conservative ideology remained consistent throughout his life. Yeah, he comes from a working class family. The family's originally from Harrisburg. His father left his mother while she was pregnant with him, so he didn't have much of a relationship with him. He is raised. primarily by his stepfather, who's in the military, so Gingrich spends a lot of his youth travelling around. He's what we call an Army Brat, and lives in different places in Europe before the family finally settles in Georgia, which is the final stop? He's a Rockefeller Republican during the nineteen sixties. He he is conservative, but he is interested in Republicans like Nelson Rockefeller and then Richard Nixon who had ambitions of building a big Republican coalition as FDR had done for Democrats in the Nineteen Thirties. He doesn't really make a hard right. Right, turn until about nineteen seventy five I'm what prompts that well. He ran for the first time unsuccessfully in nineteen, seventy, four against flint. Then he's getting ready to run against Flint again in nineteen seventy six, and he meets some people associated with the conservative movement like Paul Way Rick. Who's running these camps for up and coming Republicans and he like many young Republicans starts to become enamored with what's this conservative movement that's bubbling up in America and talking about the need to dismantle government to be much more aggressive on national. National Security and this is when he starts to shift to what will eventually be the Reagan Revolution? Would you say that his guiding principles were firmly aligned with Reagan conservatism, or were there differences there? There were differences. Gingrich for example is much more concerned about environmental issues even in the early nineteen eighties than a lot of Reagan Nights, are he? He actually takes those kinds of policies much more seriously, but generally he lines up by the time he's in the house. He believes in tax cuts. He believes in deregulation. Deregulation, he believes importantly in a very muscular approach to fighting the Soviet Union and to fighting allies in places like Central America so though there are differences between him, and and some of the hard core inner circle of the Reagan administration. Generally they line up pretty well
"gingrich" Discussed on The View
"We are back with Newt. Gingrich Sarah Speaker. There's such a partisan divide in this country right now. That Americans can barely talk to each other around dinner table but I think this virus has been a great equalizer because we are all in this together. I've enjoyed hearing. Some of the governor's applaud each other across the aisle. I would love to hear more bipartisan. Praise so what Democrats are. Who Do you think is doing a good job right now? Tackling this pandemic. Well first of all I think that when you get ninety six to nothing votes and you get earlier to other major bills passed. Something good is happening. I think American people are pulling together and realize that this is such a big challenge. We can't afford some of the pettiness. I give Senator Schumer. Among the Democrats I would give Senator Schumer considerable credit for having over the last three or four days worked with the Republican leader. Mitch McConnell because there was a brief moment when it looked like Nancy Pelosi was going to derail the bill and I think Senator Schumer realize how important it was to get it done. He got a few things added to approve the bill from his perspective and they but they gotta done. I'm hoping that on Friday. That Speaker Pelosi will have the same bipartisanship get it through by voice. Vote to the so. I actually think if he stayed with the three bills we passed the last couple of weeks. That's a pretty good showing above and beyond the partial behavior that we've been stuck in and I think that maybe if you look also at the president working with some of the governors are working with Governor Cuomo Governor newsom working in Washington state. I mean those are all three democratic governors and I think that all of them have said some positive things that even destruction is trying to solve things at his triumph things. So I'm I'm moderately optimistic that we may be entering a period where protecting Americans and defeating. The virus is more important than partisan games. Yeah while we have to shift gears a little bit because you have a new book out called shakedown and I for one. I'm looking for any book to read right now. So tell us about it and tell us why it's a good read for quarantine now mean that's exactly. I think when you get sick and tired of talking about the virus in you get bored sitting around the house shake down. His is an adventure story. It's about a rainy. In general who happens to resemble onto the generally killed in Iraq. A few months ago has a Russian billionaire. Oligarch they get together is both America. The general brings a nuclear weapon. The Russian Brinson submarine and they try to do something which we studied in World War Two against Japan and the Soviet study the Cold War against us and that is see if they could set off a bomb under the ocean so that would create a tidal wave against Baltimore Washington in the book. We shake down. We have to really attractive characters. Valerie neighbor who is an FBI agent Brad Garret? Who is a navy seal who has very human circumstance? He was terrible. Alexander crash with Burns and he ended up with an opioid addiction. And so he's trying to manage his opioid addiction while he serves an entrenched to defeat the Russian on the Iranian. It moves very fast. People will find a great book to forget about all the current problems. And I'm really proud working to the Peterle down. I think really works. Well thank you so much. I'm sure many people many people do need as making mention something to read during this pandemic our thanks to Speaker Newt Gingrich. His new novel Shakedown is available now. And we'll be right back. Welcome back you know that everybody.
Dr. Rupali Chadha Reps and the Coronavirus
"Get right to the topic that's at the forefront of everyone's mind the corona virus or cove nineteen for anyone unaware of it. Why is it and what makes it different than say the flu or any of the other viruses that are floating around for you mentioned it the virus just like the flu maybe but it is a particularly Unique virus and that it is not a human to human virus it actually. I originated originated. Amel and then I've been transferred over to Cuban. What makes it unique? Are Pretty much three features? The first one is that It is much more infectious than the flows so infectious basically means eight. One person gets sick Gingrich. Many many more people than data flew Other unique differences are the symptoms that you experience the flu Lou. You get Malays get shells and you develop a fever. And all of that with Corona virus. People don't have chills body aches. Malays it will just develop achiever into the presentation is different in. Bosley and most alarming unfortunately is at the corona virus on leads to more deaths than the flu. So it is a much more serious virus that if the way Leads to rapid deterioration in a certain patient population. Which is what we're looking out for right now. What is what are the best practices that people can employ stay safe from the corona virus? The number one thing is to wash your hands so just open. Water for twenty seconds is good enough. Many people are very concerned about not having had that. There's a verdict but hand sanitizer it really useful which don't have been water for example winger puppy gapped but other than that. Both people can quickly get through banking. So is Your Hall Roy. Orange and that's really BA- keep yourself safe The other main brackets if to say separated from people as much as possible. The virus is transmitted just like the fluid grew droplets in the air or the virus. Live and then get onto those those for your hands and then into your body so if you keep away from people that will help a lot because you walk around the virus the beginning this is the two things hand washing and keep away from other people now. What are the most common symptoms? What are the things that people should look out for for themselves and others to spot? The Corona virus their car viruses immed- IT PRODUCER. Viduthalai costs and high fever. And those are the two main symptom that people get before they develop shortness of breath which kind of indicates that the viruses leading the upper respiratory track down to the lower respiratory tract and getting more serious now You know those are the main things but I wanna add. Say That many people don't have there's been done They have an loud chorus and not have any symptoms to speak of. But there is still contagious. They still have the virus. So that's why again this cracker says keeping yourselves. This is why our guardsmen restaurants are out that we can keep some separation from each other If we don't have been read all for him to our grandma she is at risk. And there you go now. She's going to have the symptoms. But if you do develop a dry cough and high fever It would be a good time to call your physician and we're advising people not to flood the emergency room unless they're really big Simply because of resources that we have available and also because we don't want yours become petri dishes where everyone is catches it from each other. Now we've heard a great deal about social distancing. Let's talk a little bit about why that is so important to help. Contain the spread of the virus. Even if you're not sick right now it's a great question because a lot of people are Crushing University of Shelter System which is forty six percents from other people as well as Dana. Home as much of your chance if your employer that can work from home. That doesn't mean that it's time to go to the pool color and it's time for stay at all and the reason is you know. Think of What happened with toilet paper so everybody needed to be bright or they thought they get toilet paper and they all went to the store and they all the toilet paper. Now it's gone. It's not that we don't have enough votes. They prefer all Americans effects that immediate post people running to the store and Diminish that availability. Same thing happens in healthcare. They're only so many hospital emergency room and reportedly physicians and nurses to take care of you. So if we're all out and Abou- and R- highly contagious buyer and we're willing Willie. Then our premiums that it'd be over flooded really have ventilators the country and unfortunately with this virus some people will require health and breeding is developed developed acute respiratory syndrome. So that you know big concerns. If you said you quote flatten the cutters. And I'm sure there will start to that heard of that term and that basically just need that. If you said on your limit your contact people are GonNa get sick at a slower rates. Go that way will have an emergency where DR versus an ICU. Ventilator available flow. Get RATHER THAN ALL AT ONE. Well put now as a doctor. You and the other healthcare workers are on the front line of treating patients. What are some of the challenges that you're facing right now and also? What are you preparing for moving forward in your your challenge for us right now If we have to be there they were going to be exposed. We need PD which is personal protective equipment and we don't have enough available Part of the issue is that a lot of people went out and bought the end. Ninety five mask or the glory with them from the hospital and took them home. That's part of the part of the problem. The other problem supply chain issue which had more to do with how little met in our healthcare industry get products to us and what kind of shortages they create. So you're not to get into that whole rabbit hole but we don't have enough personal protective equipment that the challenge Lucy. He'd also as I mentioned if that curve dozen flattened. We're just not going to be. There's going to be enough of US care of our view on the other side of that. How have you seen an uptick in healthcare workers? Coming Down with this so there isn't there has been talk. That healthcare workers are getting thicker. But the the big big caveat in all of this is that we don't have the amount of testing we need available just yet Our government and events gift from other governments are trying to help prepare for that so that we can tax people That one of the issues but Other conservative that there is a hypothesis that the longer exposure you have cue corona virus and more L. You can become out. There's no data to support. This is just something that Healthcare workers in Italy observed that their doctors and there were eighty six at a higher rate or a more severely fiqh but this is all just observational right now. We don't really know the big thing with this virus that I've heard is. It's so new that like you said we don't really know what to expect yet and everybody is just sort of learning from the last country where it became a problem as dominating around the World Eric. That's very true. Are you know that's why it's better to be safe then? Sorry has would you rather look back and say? Oh Valley so overreacted. We'll have to stay home for two weeks and watch versus. Oh no what about our businesses? Otherwise people
"gingrich" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning America. This is the cats round table. John Cats Matiz here. What's going on in the world? Well as a lot going on in the world and We're calling upon one of the smartest guys I know former speaker at House. An author a Just knows about a little bit about everything we have with us this morning. Newt Gingrich Give Mornings Mr Gingrich. How are you? I'm doing great and it's always fun to talk with you? Well we we missed you. Talked in a while and the world has changed in the last couple of weeks in this virus. Is it being played up by the cable? Companies and the networks or is it real quick. What's how do you see it from the forty-one thousand foot level? Well I think first of all the way that Chinese dictatorship handled it maximize people's fears because nobody trusted their information and apparently for the first three or four weeks they were actually punishing the people in Wuhan. Who were telling them that. This is a real problem so I think that created sense of suspicion as a historian. I think this is a very manageable problem in my mind. It is not dramatically more dangerous than the flu. If you're healthy It'll be like catching a cold For older people already have some other condition. I think that's where the biggest fatality rate is occurring and it looks like for example The people who are nursing homes had a very high mortality rate but overall worldwide. We're on a very small numbers ninety. Eight percent of the deaths have been in China. We have legitimate concerns of any time you get a brand new virus. You have to pay attention because you don't know what it's GonNa Mutate into. You don't know how much it could spread. But I thought the Center for Disease Control. This week was way too strong and what they said in the way they said it. I. I don't think at this moment that it's a crisis. I actually think the economic repercussions of the way. The Chinese government has reacted where they've quarantined entire cities and think about five ten fifteen million people Being told you can't leave your town Factories have closed down. Production is dramatically. Cut The reason that affects us is fair number of spare parts and other things come from China and right now auto companies for example Even even coca-cola which one of its major sweetness from China maybe face with a supply chain problem and I think that's going to lead people to scratch their head and begin to think about maybe moving a lot of their supply chain back home. You may see in sourcing. Replace outsourcing is the the big topic the next couple of years you gotta pay attention to it. It's significant but it's a long way right now from the crisis. Now I agree with you. One hundred percent because if I was a CEO of a worldwide company. I certainly have multiple sources. Not just one country. And you don't want to be put out of business by just one country. Washington why are the Democrats Republicans arguing trump put out two and a half billion dollars immediate money off towards the virus and Chuck? Schumer says we should be eight billion. These guys can argue forever but everything yes I think. Democrats wake up every morning and they know two things the hey donald trump and they wanna give away as much as they can. Those are the only two things they know and so whatever. Trump does trumpet trumpet. Set up eight billion Schumer. Be saying you know. It should have been sixteen. It's just it's amazing to watch it but it is where we are and anybody who watched the South Carolina. Primary debate knows that these people are are almost melting down and I I wrote a newsletter this week that through the contrast between trump in India with one hundred and twenty thousand people filling the largest stadium in the country And these people behaving like seventh graders yelling at each other breaking in each other. I thought that was a big hit to the Democratic Party Childish and how bad their candidates who are in Charleston at the debate so huge contrast between the president and the first lady who are doing wonderful job Malania were a Liberal Democrat. Right now she would be rivaling. Jackie Kennedy in the magazine covers etc. But because she's you know Mrs Donald Trump All of the the women's publications are afraid to give her the kind of credit. She's worth but she's does. I think an amazing job overseas. We've got Super Tuesday coming up in a few days any Any gut feeling well. I think what people don't realize yet and frankly. I can't do the smarter than me about math so you may be able to do this. The way the Democratic Party rules are there very different than the Republicans the Republicans had a deal. Where after a certain date in March everything winter take off. See if you got thirty five percent that you came in first you get all the delegates. The Democrats have a proportional representation. So Yeah Thirty. Five percent of the vote. Theoretically you should get thirty five percent of delegates but they have a twist to it that makes it really complicated and that is if you get less than fifteen percent your votes disappear so you can have Bernie Sanders in theory at say thirty five percent and everybody else at fourteen and he would get one hundred percent of the delegates. I don't know if that makes sense it. It's IT'S A it's a weird twist and so my my hunch is that the sanders is going to end up on Super Tuesday with a lot more delegates than people expect. Hillary looks like he's going out and attacking set a sanders and Does that go back to that original meeting that Bloomberg had would hillary you pick no I. I think that Hillary and bill who's also been saying things I think what's happening is. Democrats are beginning to wake up and realize they could actually have sanders as the nominee and if they have an avowed democratic socialist as the nominee they could easily lose the house of Blues. Three or four seats in the Senate. There may be a nightmare. And I think that it's only now beginning to sink in. How real this is. There is a report which may or may not be accurate things. I've been looking at carefully. That Biden soon as a little better. The debate given I may have heard Sanders a little bit but if sanders continues momentum you're GONNA see every traditional Democrat assault him because they're not only worried about him losing. They're worried about him. Losing in a way which finds the Democratic Party And and cost them the house and the idea Kevin McCarthy. The Republican leader replacing Pelosi just terrifies Democrats. They ended up next year with trump elected And with Speaker McCarthy in with majority leader Mitch McConnell in the Senate I think the Democrats just don't well know what to do with themselves. President trump made a visit last week to India in the overall sense things worldwide. How SIGNIFICANT IS INDIA TO The world economy or to the United States economy. Well India is actually passing China as the largest country in the world so it's by definition a big player it has a As a country that huge extremes between very poor people who live on fun on small plots out in rural India and very very wealthy Indians They have One of the things that made Prime Minister Mody so successful was that when he was the governor of the state of Asia out he really built a very powerful entrepreneurial high tech society and that part of India now is very competitive and very modern. Because they're so big in terms of population They're they're a player. We hear a lot about because they frankly are the counterbalance to China in the Indian Ocean. we think it's very important for us to be their ally and I think it was very interesting. Very typical trump is a businessman that he comes back home with a three billion dollar contract for helicopters And every time he goes somewhere he's picking up another con another contractor to so he's he's sort of becoming America's best salesman in terms of job creation. And that's good years where you we do need a salesman once in a while. Speaking Gingrich. I understand another book about a month. Yeah we burnside March show. In fact I'll be in New York and hope to see you and be with you It's called shake down It is about a a Russian Iranian plots to use a submarine to set off a nuclear weapon underwater near Washington and Baltimore to create as soon. Nami is actually based on studies that both the US and the Russians did during the cold or to see whether it was feasible. And I think people will find fascinating read of just got a great review from Qurqus which is a big Book Review magazine and they. They loved it. They said it's a it's a great read. It's very exciting. Very dynamic so shakedown is the name of it so you can pre-order it at places like Barnes and noble and Amazon and. I'm very proud of it. Is I think people are gonNA think it's really a fun and interesting. Read hand has a lot of insights about both technology and about the Iranians and the Russians. While I look I look forward to you a Speaker Gingrich. Thank you so much for coming on and thank you take care when go back to Italy. I understand that Italy is as a little bit of scares going around. Well they do but my wife's Basset of the Vatican and we owe it to the folks on the embassy team to to be with them and I think everything will work out alright but you know I think. People sobered by and Being Italy They tend to get pretty pretty emotional. Absolutely Speaker Gingrich. Thank you so much for coming on catch roundtable and let's catch up again real soon. All look forward to this round table will be right back..
US warns Europe against embracing China's 5G technology
"Because we're having a conversation about five G. and walk away and we know the Boris Johnson made the decision to allow walk away and five G. into parts of her three part of of of the British government to president to being very much against that and he had all investor Grinnell warned countries against using five G. vendors it seems that this is almost a showdown between the US and China here can the U. S. wind as though because Japan's got the technology China China China's got the technology not to mention the challenges that the last year the American bureaucracy all in the obsolete system because our communications commission has with a handful of giant companies I'm just pointing out I mean the problem is in Boris Johnson the problems American bureaucrats and we should be avoided we we can only offer a better product to be very competitive but as of the present all closing our anger in Britain or Germany or somebody else misses the point Erica which has failed to provide the leadership and failed to provide the kind of development of five G. that we ought to help and I think that the president has had all the right language but has not I don't know of any other place where he has been has systematically failed by the deep state as it is in the five G. six the defense department has failed instrumentation commissioners failed the big companies like AT&T have failed all and our investors around the world will tell you that they have been saying for well over a year the wall is on the March and local governments come and say what's your alternative and the answer is we don't have one and I think frankly should do something like will bring in vice president pence is doing a great job leading space council and moving us towards the moon and Mars and you have a second make assignments say you know bring the government together not here to get this thing done and get us back on track because what we're not going to win as long as we stay this disorganized yeah well control of the next generation of communication seems like a pretty important mission that we should be living up to having U. S. primacy in but there but I wonder speaker Gingrich the reasons for this and why we get so much it seems like a quiet resistance or even loud resistance to regulating China or holding them accountable I mean don't you think that it it China because is an emerging market because it seems like a lot of companies who stand to make money from China look at that market may salivate that data explains the resistance to to pushing back on China or even conceiving them as a threat I think there's quite a bit although my sense was been over since my book on trump person China cannot the number of people who walked up to me and said no that's exactly right in the book was very important because we're beginning to see that they are in fact a director challenge to us but but I just want to reemphasize in the case of five G. which continues the way it's going will be the largest strategic defeat in modern times within six minutes we end up with a wall way driven Chinese five G. internet quarreled wide it will be an enormous catastrophic defeat for us that is not China the United States and the junior we can't blame one way because we're too disorganized to complete your own act together but can we blame our our tech companies when they show a willingness to work with China but not us sure I think when your case is like Google one point open the trainings military I'm refusing to work with ours you will be right to step in to be pretty angry about it I think that is an area where you can has nothing to do with Wallace and I certainly where you can be engaged directly on but the other part of it is you know if we had if we had a worldwide company comparable to Wally or American tech companies would have a huge market and they wouldn't have to worry about children I mean I do think you're going to see trying to gradually gradually decline as the market relative to other places because lots of people can realize that it's it's dangerous to have a totalitarian dictatorship that can change the rules of the game when you anytime yeah I want to ask you about some political developments we've seen this morning I knew at NPR mount Marist ball coming out and the results of that poll that Mike Bloomberg is in second place nationwide among democratic voters and that means he qualifies for tomorrow night's Nevada democratic debate stage what do you think of Mike Bloomberg attempting to buy the presidential nomination here one is going to be honest about that that's what's going on and that the weight of his money's formidable he's worth sixty two to sixty four billion dollars so you can spend ten percent of the six billion dollars in debt and round the system now the problem he's got is that the real Mike Bloomberg who keeps leaking out of terms of notes is cynical comments about farmers cynical comments were young black males cynical comments about ethnic groups I mean a lot of pieces are coming out now I'm actually working on a podcast it would just be Bloomberg's own words in his own voice to give people a sense of who this guy really is you can't buy enough advertising to all Serbs who he really is and I think the challenge tomorrow night really fascinating because we understand is not a recognized the no one really big opponent not stations not Sanders is number yeah and they need to find Bloomberg so he's unacceptable I which I think he should be you know he won his third race for mayor by spending two hundred dollars per vote now somehow but I think undermines the whole concept of a free society no I I think it does and getting into the debate to without really qualified to change the rules for it just goes to show what money will buy new Gingrich former speaker of the house thank you so much for
From immersion camps to podcasts: Innovation attracts new Indigenous language speakers
"I've just arrived at Nikki Osborne Kong. It's an initial language and culture camp located in the woods north of Elliot Lake in Northern Ontario. About two and a half hours outside of submarine. The name means village of Thunder Mountain in Schnabel. Someone started in June two thousand seventeen to create a lance base camp to give youth in others an opportunity to share their language while learning traditional. And this not be activities like harvesting medicine and food in creating art artists Christi Belcourt and Isaac Murdoch created the project with funding coming from grassroots initiatives throughout the year people speaking this shop emlyn while making Maple Syrup. Tanning deer hides and more gathering sap wobble not the global yes to South Yemen and so Naro B. A. B. I'm quite thing. Sapper after taking the state which features ceremonial lodges dining cabin gardens residences. And more I sat in on a language. Chat Mary Elizabeth Guan's and Linda to our elders from the communities of crime calling and Segma- including me was is a language learner from Serpent River first nation. I started by asking Quinn about what it means to spend time at Osborne. Kananga go Each and everything that we know we're doing here is Get your piece ten dogwood. I guess it's important. They you know so you know me as well so You know I think it's really important that you know we. People have an opportunity to learn language Sometimes outside of the classroom as well so you know doing a lot of lands base stuff. I think is really cool Learning about you know how you can tie in space activities and learning and kind of a lot of the vocabulary with it. You know often You know is is something that we want to document. You know we feel. It's very important. You know wanting a place where language and culture ten be practiced all the time. Not just one conference here. One event there but somewhere that is just continuously practiced and you know encouraged right so and for you. Why is it important to work on the language into speak it and to make sure there's a place where Well for me as I started to learn my kind of whole worldview started to change you know how I understand my relationship to one another how understanding my relationship to the land. You know my responsibility to kind of you know my relatives to the land and you know to those that are not here yet right. It really kind of grounded. Me In my Niche Nabi entity money. What do you think about Young people who are on this journey to connect with their language. That's a great thing to do and I really appreciate appreciate them speaking the language. I think it's important that they should learn the language. What do you think about happened to the language over the generations with people becoming disconnected with it? I think that's because they didn't want their children to be to be left alone. Left behind like click. The late they did with the I don't want to speak about Residential School. But that's exactly what happened. People didn't want their children to be to be subjected to that so they wanted them to succeed. So that's why didn't teach him their language but now it's going back and all the schools that are teaching they do teach it but the kids aren't able to to connect the the words liking sentences. Let's what I like to see them. Doing is connect. The words in Quin. Same question had for Mani like when you consider the history and what's happened to this now. Bam Win reflecting that way. How does that make you feel what goes through your head? Yeah you know I think My family there isn't much you know. Speakers left in my family. I got one anti who does speak but In my community there aren't many speakers so you know I feel like I've a big role in responsibility to do what I can't bring to do what I can retain the language in my family and in my community and you know so I that's something that I feel passionate about so hopefully that I can be a part of the broader movements as well in the region. There's a lot of really pockets of really cool. People doing really cool things. And it's a nice little network of like a Learner. Community that very supportive and they help each other out Making lasting friendships and relationships through that too so I it it comes down to community building as well. I think you know it. It brings our communities families together young and old ones together and it really promotes like you know really positive positive community. You know wellness. What would your message be to people who want to learn their language? Go to Go to the people that do speak it and asked him questions or or joined. The people that are that are speaking it. I know it's hard to do but I think that would be not the only way but It's a good way to to start. Ken Auburn Gingell on shoveling. Dick one begin want inch number. What does Asia? She'll now the dock Nawaf Wanda Of Children in Douglas. Monda Noga initially book. Don't Yanking Sean Joke Gay. Go the Kenji onus. She'll Watt Shnell British dolman nope Doppler and under should not be a lot to do with. Linda was saying. Don't be scared Quin. We're you scared when when you started out. Yeah I was but there. There's a lot of fun into it right. You know just like learning anything new. You're learning how to skate or learn how to do something new. There could be a little bit of anxiety. You feel a little bit nervous when you're trying something new but you know national Bam on and so gives you got to know every single day you you know you just use what you know And kind of build on that every day right and if you see no activities happening in the to go Know really make an effort to attend and like I said that is awesome. You know speakers learners. You know Out there that are very supportive and so You know there's a lot of resources out there as well so if you don't have access to speakers right away or classes or opportunities you know there's there's some pretty cool language resources and kits and audio lessons that can you know help you if you WANNA study on your own so there's different opportunities and it's an how fun with it. I think. That's that's really important. How do you stay hopeful? I had this thing happen so I was at a ceremony and to know or even just a feast the Feast and you know. We have a A speaker in other blessed food and give thanks and I understood like almost everything that was said and you know that really made me crying makes nearly emotional just thinking about it now because it's as feels like You know you don't seem like you won't have any gains right away doesn't see Michael. I'm not getting anywhere but then slowly. And surely you get there and those little little moments that you have and you celebrate them like you know like I did a little bit of baby talk and I was able to converse back and forth. I understood what they're talking about over there. Why not why they're laughing right? It's cool it's a lot of farm source. Never never be scared. It is a scary thought in the beginning. When you're don't you are? You're you're lost. We want to get all these kids back to older spirit. Gingrich Spirit back getting all that their shabby in the language will come with it
Pence meets with Pope Francis at the Vatican
"Pope Francis met privately with vice president Mike pence for an hour today in the papal library after the private tools pence introduced to the pope his wife and the rest of the delegation including the US ambassador to the Vatican Callista Gingrich pence who flew to Rome from Israel where he attended events for the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp is also meeting the Italian president and prime
"gingrich" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The Republicans the new Gingrich and others were waging on the welfare state on the on the great society one in Johnson and I think those are big mistakes I think they continue to haunt him any ramped up rocks and all that stuff is those things were the things that Hillary Clinton was carrying an election as a millstone around her neck very problematic stuff thank you for the call we'll be right back your listening to Thom Hartmann visit Tom Hardman dot com for audio and video are acting more your calls in just a moment it's forty eight minutes past and a warm welcome back June genie in Portland Oregon AG what's up Tom good to and well only about and anthropology and evolution and personality with you for hours and I have been working public radio for awhile when I'm alive one counselling and personal worker and I wanted to talk a little bit about I really agree with what you were saying about the incredible I'm fascinated by that humanity but I've also been a lot of time my kids are learning and a lot of friends there I mean I'm very fascinated by them the changes in the whole correctional revolution with me tomorrow morning and I think that men and women are in it in all ages age groups Canada Gail mate you know it it it is not yeah these young in failed I think that a lot of people you know like we had the seventeenth we all went wild with the free Traxxas everything eighty Reno and the pendulum swung so far that I think now people are actually being more sensible about who they choose and they are you know I that that and when we had these extremes in of the birth control pill was legalized in sixty one and by the mid sixties it was like sex was you know a risk free essentially in this was for a little before there was widespread knowledge about sexually transmitted diseases outside of gonorrhea and syphilis which were relatively easily controlled and then in the eighties you had aids come along and by the end of the eighties you're not aids is sexually transmitted then I was like war and so we have seen these wild swings but but I think the thing is driving in cells and this is what I was talking about is principally the fact that people are getting married later and they're getting me and so they're not having sex earlier in the getting married later because they can't afford to get married I I agree with you in a financial and economic point I also would suggest that marriage is becoming obsolete you know I mean it's not just that people are getting married later people are choosing not to Mary for a lot of reasons they're just you know they're they're living together or they're partnering up but not necessarily getting married you know anyway I just wanted to point out the at the Atlantic this month has in the cover story right Peggy Orenstein is excellent and it's all about what it means to be a man and how would you know learning or you know what does it mean to learn to man up and what does it mean local culture and you know there's just a lot of factors involved in the power of the will you know what kind of role models men have grown up with the networking accounts where I worked with so many people who you know the fundamental problems that they're having is developmental trauma from either being a father or mother less or no role models or bad role models and then they get you know they grow up and it's not it doesn't you know life is not.
Gingrich comments on 'coup' by 'left-wingers'
"Of that former Republican house speaker Newt Gingrich telling boxing thanks there's no substance to the allegations how what you have is a clue being orchestrated by left wingers in the bureaucracy left wonders in the news media and left wingers in the house Democrats and historically will be seen someday as being crazy just literally like the Salem witch trials and the Democrats from those careful public display of evidence against Donald Trump and the number two Democrat in the Senate Dick Durbin of Illinois says he thinks the Republican arguments ring hollow what did he refer to it wasn't corruption in general it was well you investigate my potential opponent Joe Biden's son hunter Biden we look into some bizarre fox inspired theory of on undermining the last presidential election it really wasn't about corruption in the ranks in Ukraine now the public hearings get underway around seven o'clock tomorrow morning of course we will have full comprehensive coverage for you right here on
"gingrich" Discussed on The View
"Subscribe to our podcast to get hot topics delivered every afternoon and while you're at it rate us and Labor Review Your next hours bugged his The view is live follow the leaders powerful figures from Hillary Clinton to music superstar Brandi Carlile guest Co host Newt Gingrich heads hot topics to reveal why he says Democrats have been on a mission to impeach trump since day one and why Joe Biden's the one needs to worry about a corruption scandal plus one of the most celebrated actors in Hollywood Edward Norton shares why his epic new movie motherless Brooklyn was two decades in the May game the House of hot topics is in session. with me I'll be huntsmen joy Behar Sunny Halston and Meghan McCain now let's get started ah Magazon Vaca- joys out sixty today's joining us as guest cohost please welcome former speaker of the house and all of the new book you know who versus China facing America's greatest dread Newt Gingrich is with us co host I just WANNA promise everybody we have a great actor coming later on that Norton I'm not that kind of active and try to channel joy and do what I can too embarrassed to have me sitting here still her seats today so let's start with this because before we went on the air this morning who in the White House continued his rant against some peach mint hearings but he's not calling it a witch onto anymore he's tweeted all Republicans must remember what they are witnessing here a lynching well it it it's a word that nobody you know wants to hear this was not a good choice of words for him do you think well it's exactly the same term that Clarence Thomas used that he was guilty of a white collar lynching right but when the Senate here right then all I think it was right then sure I mean I think now look puts us on this is really a big flea but for yourself are second and trump shoes okay you got beaten up for over a year lead beaten up for over two years with a motor thing he's start to relax all of a sudden there's this whole new wave of things and I think part of what you have is a guy here who's just really deeply frustrated that no matter where he turns you know the the fight keeps going on but definitely bring that a lot of this on himself sure can't you look in the mirror and say I'm very much I much more than you I think he's actually an important historic figure but I do think things he does that make it harder I think that you know at times I think that had he been if he were more discipline he would actually have a much easier road than than he does because he's sort of sort of what's up his own road as he goes down it seems like he enjoys it though like it's a game for him he liked I think about the G. Seven summit hosting at his doral resort and mind it's do you think it's a game piss off the media to Piss off Democrats or does he genuinely see anything better to do isn't there stump we needed listen you are you and I have known each other long time and win a giant six white guy says I'm being lynched here understand why it's a little it's a little bit like listen you're not be lynched here you are being held to the standard that we hold every we were supposed to be it I I don't understand like does it not bother you when he says the was that the fake constitution what do you call these phony emoluments clause phony among I mean that we can disagree I've never questioned your commitment to America whether I agreed with it or not but you've never pooped on the constitution as far as I can recall is very important but okay again you won't agree but you have Steve Shariff as chairman of a committee where we're still out this when you go much blame trump is not you don't have to explain him to me I think you're asking for together you have a white man using the term Ching you mentioned Clarence Thomas by last count he's a black man using I think he should have used it ah very politically incorrect most of the early American movies on lynching were about lynching white people the one of the largest lynchings the nineteenth century Italians yes so there is a tradition here is not an automatically ninety percent of the people sitting here you know it may not be a totally black experience but we are kind of the only folks that didn't come out from under the experience that was put on us as you well know Italian folks have you know were allowed in welcome I'm to work in ways that we were not but my point is unique in sacks interest in this country it's not a good those are talent and experience for black folks my point is it wasn't necessary for him to say I was so would you say that his choice of words it's not smart I think he often uses words more clumsily than he should not the question I answered you pretty good now you did a good spirit but what what do you think do you think that's that's the language he should abused look I I I've been comfortable calling it a witch hunt and a kangaroo court and things like that I haven't gone up to that next level oh you're talking about impeachment this is so the thing that is frustrated me the most about the impeachment conversation has been the hypocrisy that you see often times on both sides but in this case I think about you speaker specifically because you were in Nancy's seat you did go down the impeachment road if you were Nancy today and you had a president that did exactly what trump did that was a democrat what would you do first of all I'm sitting here trying to joy and now you want me to be Nancy can tell you this is getting to be a pretty heavy load logically the big differences the first is we had a report from an independent council that said on eleven counts bill was used to work guilty including perjury which was a felony so we're facing the report I think had had speaker Pelosi referred the Ukrainian phone call to a special the council they could do a lot of things second we actually sent Congressman Jim Rogan to New Jersey to interview chairman Peter Odierno who had on the Watergate investigation and Rudeina had a set of rules that were very bipartisan and we brought him back and we implemented exactly what Rosanna did so for example today the White House doesn't it doesn't have a lawyer in these hearings Secretary Pompeo has staff going to a hearing has no lawyer there has no idea what settings I don't think he would do similar to what Nancy's do because what she's doing hey she has she has no referral that says he's guilty of anything be she's not allowed she's not falling news her she has no rules here which are fair which allow the person being accused to to face Q. U. Power though right that talk on the phone call you you would actually go back and read because they knew this is GonNa come up I reread the exact transcript yeah those punishment and I don't think it's an abuse of power then what is because if when I think about the president's role if you all born president you ask them to investigate your opponent and the President rate and look into the DNC surface. No I'm actually curious power than what is what is is exactly what Hillary campaign quick quick quick notice the difference the Clinton campaign paid to create a dossier can hillary did Y'all I've tried her beat her she's not the president the manning's president broke the law circle back to hold on I'm sorry did you hold on right back with more Cameron Douglas his father a star his grandfather a legend but his life so much pain and suffering now tomorrow on the view Cameron Douglas shares his emotional journey then Thursday mike cool douglas his reality of almost losing a sun eater view you just can't miss this week still ahead Norton on writing directing producing and starring in his new movie motherless Brooklyn swagger that from a number of people so explain where you're coming from and not argument I went back before the show and reread the actual conversation he's asking the brand new reform president to find out what is the truth cannot be a crime to try to find the truth sure you didn't ask how can we crime to find the Italian there are certain tribunals that you can go to their investigators that you can go to you can go to your FBI but you really can't go to a foreign government as the president to seek the truth because they are not your investigative tool and speaker you know that in the in the conversation he said I'm going to have the attorney general call you and work with you yes the attorney general should also not be working with a foreign government to invest gate a political opponent it's not invested a political opponent investigating an allegation of corruption he would no no there's no guarantee news we'll spend announce your candidate and then say therefore it can't be investigated well he did get it anyway but I might get in this country by the right officials the right way and crystals in this country and by British secret agent and by a whole series of people in Europe I mean the whole effort to smear him was a multinational delivered less okay so joyous during a cabinet meeting yesterday you know who's he's not happy about having to pull out of hosting the g seven at his Miami resort even if it does violate the constitution here's why many other president there weren't too many really rich presidents but there were few they ran their business hey Obama omitted for a book is at running a business I'm sure he didn't even discuss while he was President George Washington was actually considered a very very rich man at the time but they ran their businesses. George Washington they say and to desks had a presidential desk going to business I don't think you people with this phony emoluments laws and by the way I would say that it's cost be anywhere from two to five billion dollars to be president you know why put you know that's why they say when you take this job you kind else loose until you leave the job that's the everyone has done this now I don't know about Obama's book but I know that made the deal after he left the White House so stop bringing up Obama and you're saying it's true George one two desks I don't know I it Washington run Mount Vernon while he was commanding general what year well from seventeen seventy five was the emoluments clause but he also when you don't understand about the president this was just a dumb idea I mean don't try to the idea the idea that you could say oh hi we're going to have a meeting of seven major countries on my golf course yes and not have everybody else in the country.
EPA Carries out Trump Threat, Cites San Francisco for Water Pollution Linked to Homeless Crisis
"Thing. where broadcasting today from San Francisco where president trump is continuing an all out attack on the city's homeless population and political leaders on Wednesday the trump administration filed an environmental notice of violation against San Francisco falsely claiming the city's homelessness crisis has caused water pollution this is trump announcing the move in a tirade against house speaker Nancy Pelosi who is home district is San Francisco. focus on our own district you see what's happening to our district we call it ten city it's terrible in fact we just sent a violation to the city of San Francisco unsafe water unsafe conditions environmental EPA are EPA which is doing a great job is sending Nancy Pelosi with all the talk about EPA. his needles and drugs all over the street this tense there's people that are dying in squalor. in the best location in San Francisco it used to be a great city now you have to see what's happened to San Francisco you happen to see what what's what the Democrats have allowed to happen. city officials have repeatedly rejected trump's unfounded claims that homelessness is connected to water quality the EPA's action comes a week after environmental protection agency chief financial Wheeler said in a letter to California governor Gavin Newsom that California's failing to enforce the clean water act Wheeler has also threatened to pull billions of dollars in federal highway funding to California accusing it of having the worst air quality in the United States a spokesperson for governor news and has called trump's most political retribution against California plain and simple California is home to twelve percent of the country's population but half of the country's on sheltered homeless people president trump has been pushing for a crackdown on the crisis for weeks The Washington Post reported last month trump ordered the White House officials to launch this effort and that his administration is considering actions like destroying homeless encampments California congressman roe kana told The Washington Post yet again this is bravado for trump's base with no interest in the actual policy experts recommendations to solve an issue conoce at for more we're joined here in San Francisco by two guests Jennifer Frieden Bach is the executive director of the coalition on homelessness and Paul Boden is the executive director of the western regional advocacy project or wrap a homeless advocacy group he was formerly homeless himself Jennifer freedom back let's begin with you the attack by president trump specifically on California now in San Francisco saying that homeless people are responsible for water pollution can you respond overall. yeah I mean it's it's ridiculous on on a few fronts first of all corsair Francisco filters its water there's there's no link to water pollution but more importantly is that trump himself is in a position where he could truly address this crises we have a situation where we have you know in San Francisco about twenty one thousand people experiencing homelessness every year and that can be traced right back to his feet on his wedding gauged in massive cuts to hide he's also done in action in restoring the hud budget which is where the roots of this crisis began when you know the hud budget has been cut so dramatically starting in the late seventies and through the early eighties and has continued since just this divestment from insuring that people in the US have a safe and decent place to call home so it's really ironic that he's complaining about it and then causing the problem and doing nothing to solve it. well I'd like to turn to had secretary that's housing and urban development secretary Ben Carson discussing California's housing crisis on fox news last month. a lot of these people have mental health issues a lot of men of drug addiction some of them simply have fallen on hard times and don't know how to deal with it but as a compassionate society it is something that we have to do something about we can't just talk about it should it be the responsibility of the federal government now these are local problems and the things that work best are when the local authorities take appropriate attention to these problems and then the federal government can help from the state government can help them. so that's had secretary Dr Ben Carson I po Boden if you could respond yeah it's just it's so profoundly ridiculous that this is the person that's running hi when you look at the nineteen thirty seven housing act that created. it said very clearly and that legislation that it was the federal government's responsibility to ensure that people have a clean safe adequate place to live in nineteen ninety eight they amended that to say the federal government cannot be held accountable to do that during the welfare reform must that Newt Gingrich and signed by Clinton but the reason hide was created in this is the individual charged with administering that that federal department is to ensure housing is available to poor people throughout the United States and this is in a California or a San Francisco issue sample California may have a larger number of people according to hides point in time head count but that's because they go out on January twenty fifth every other year and do a head count and that's how they did they come up with the number of homeless people in the United States that's ridiculous and of course warm weather climates are gonna have a higher number we don't know what the number of homeless people as with any specificity because it's something that poor people go in and out of all the time this is a federal responsibility to ensure that people in the United States have a decent place to live that they can afford and we now spend fifty four billion dollars a year in two thousand four constant dollars less on affordable housing than we did before the homeless crisis kicked in in the early nineteen eighties restore that funding look at the cause and effect of eliminating that funding and you'll see the numbers of homeless people go way down because we all know nothing and homelessness like a home. I'd like to turn to San Francisco mayor London braid talking about the causes of homelessness and San Francisco she was interviewed on PBS last month. housing affordability is at the core of what I know is a challenge for even middle income families struggling to live in San Francisco between twenty ten and twenty fifteen the city we concentrate on jobs jobs jobs with a two point six percent unemployment rate but during that same time for every eight jobs we create it we created one unit of housing and then it was like a battle between people who are moving here people have lived here folks are being pushed out of communities that they were born and raised in like my friends and family and and including the public housing I grew up in it was three hundred units it was torn down and only two hundred units were built so there were a lot of mistakes that were made around housing and housing production and over around a portable housing
"gingrich" Discussed on Newt's World
"Newt Gingrich and executive producer Debbie Meyers are beginning their ten week profile journey to better health with the profile plan. This is week one what motivates you Newton Dahbi. I want to welcome you to the profile plan. Dan I met abby. I am certified profile coach and I'm also a registered Dietitian and I'm going to be along with you on this profile journey partnering with you you and helping you achieve your goal. I do all that I've spent a fair amount of time my whole life trying to figure out how to deal with my weight and as I've gotten older I've grown on more concerned just in terms of being healthy and being alive and vibrant and exciting way that has energy and so when I came across Sanford's program on profile now and their whole focus on really giving you a balanced approach to life. I was very intrigued with it thinking it. I'm so excited to partner partner with yourself and Debbie through weight loss. I've told you that I've hoped to lose at least twenty pounds working with you profile then keep them off and pardon the reason is just good health and part of my region frankly just to look better me it really hit home when I went for my annual annual physical and had my blood work done and came back with your prediabetes and that was a huge wakeup call and I didn't. I'm feeling as good as I should. I knew I didn't look as good as I should and was really looking for something different because I've been dieting since I was in the wool and and with lose weight and then gain weight again when we learned of Profile Newton. I decided let's do this together. 'cause it's easier. When you go on a journey with someone can you now and I'm also intrigued with the fact that you and I will talk every week and at in a sense I have a partner on the journey when I'm looking forward. Oh to it and I'm looking forward to sharing both the challenges and hopefully the successes. I am looking forward to working with US and Debbie learn more about Newton ws journeys journeys to better health at profile plan dot com slash newt right now neutral listeners get an exclusive offer a hundred dollars off a one year profile membership by visiting Profile Plan Dot Com and entering code newt. Get your health journey started today with a free coach consultation at your nearest profile location or by visiting profile plan dot com slash newt. That's profile plan dot com slash N E W T uh. I remember being very surprised when you told me years ago that very first time I lost cost. You had somebody in school. Tell you how glad they were that I lost him. You're pretty young at that. Point has kind of like here. You are the morning after you're person's telling you how happy she is your miserable yeah that did happen. You know it's interesting because now I mean decades later people when they hear that you're my father first of often. Don't believe me I try to ask why would make that up and then I tell them you know look just like if you look in my eyes which I do and then they always think oh he was speaker of the House and it was always always wonderful and it was always and I'm like it is wonderful but there with a long period when I was young. Where have you know you ran twice and lost and then finally won the third time but you know now? I'm Kinda used to people being negative about certain things but when you're very young to have someone at the school come up to you the next morning and say Gosh. I'm Glad Your Dad lost quite frankly. It left me speechless because I don't know what one would say to that but also makes me realize how personally people take things than half forever and how their focus on themselves or other people it was just an odd experience because that was a very quiet child growing up and to have an administrator come up and and tell me that with quite frankly obviously decades later. I'm still talking about it with quite wounding. I'm often struck how kind of unique your life has then just in the sense that very early on you get swept up all this political stuff and the whole process of what was really a very long odyssey from the time. I started running so we finally won control ninety four and I'm curious standpoint of other people and as you think about it what kind of lessons or experiences that stand undermine from that long process and that really remarkable involvement in public life people always talk about the sixth district like at some right next to Atlanta the the sixth district when you ran in the seventies with very rural district south Atlanta West to Alabama and down Griffin it was a big huge district obviously cellino social media. No Internet any real TV at that time so you weren't able to use TV so we went out and we did hand to hand combat thinking about we'd go to shopping centers. We go to gas stations. That may have only two people there but you figured out that if you let your daughters who were very young and relatively cute go up and ask people to handle brochure or to put on a bumper sticker was much more likely to happen. You figured out how to be successful. Flip that but we had a lot of fun. You know we would be out on weekends so fourth of July is were fourteen sixteen hour day but that was my life growing up up when you look back on that growth experience or was that most of us are really isn't it. I mean I think I was really I mean I was really young on and so you know at that age quite frankly. I enjoyed going out with you in campaigning with you in some point. We invited our friends along to go with us before we started going at all but to me. It was always interesting. You always learn something. I normally had a book with me in case you had to go into meetings with other people in the campaign staff. I had something to do. I slept in the back of the car. Sometimes and I'm sure you remember at one point. We actually had a nude for Conrad from the top of our car which was a little it was a huge plow would assign with a campaign slogan put across it and we'd be all over the district with that. Newt for Congress sign. It was my life so it's hard. It's hard for me because people often say what's it like the Newt Gingrich's daughter and quite frankly the only anthrax say is that's all I've ever been you know I grew up in this environment. I grew up in politics and in some ways I can't imagine life without it with other was super important that people understand that you're a great dad. He'd been there for Kathy happy and I I mean I remember when you were speaker. I would call in and you you stop and talk to me. The always made sure that we had time for us and to me. It's always been really important. Next Jackie describes the inspiration for her. No Book Are Broken America..
Google to change search algorithm to elevate 'original reporting'
"Vice President of News Richard Gingrich announced that the search giant made a change to its algorithm to give an advantage original reporting keeping those articles more highly visible for a longer period of time Google also updated its search raider guidelines asking raiders to rate original indepth depth and investigative reporting as very high quality content as well as to take the publisher's reputation of original reporting into account including journalistic awards one
Newt Gingrich Proposes $2 Billion Prize to Land on the Moon
"Newt gingrich <hes> how many of you know who that is some of you do some of you may not depending pending on your age but <hes> newt gingrich used to be the speaker of the house many years ago and he is proposing a two billion dollar dollar prize for human moon lander during a twenty twenty campaign speech of course president. Donald trump is touching on the theme of commercial commercial space and the president office says he likes elon musk jeff bezos and other billionaires who are investing aerospace and using reusable rockets gets in paying nasa durant us agency facilities but some advisers are quietly urging the president take enthusiasm for commercial space and enterpreneurs is a step farther by creating a price for overlaying humans on the moon effort led by former republican speaker of the house newt gingrich was first reported by political would award two billion dollar prize and i come the atlanta humans on the moon and the winner would probably be musk or bezos of course nasa of course has its own moon plan named named optimists program. They're spending about sixty eight billion dollars a year on top of the agency's existing
Facebook, Google And Washington discussed on America Trends
"Amazon apple Facebook and Google are testifying before a house judiciary antitrust subcommittee today now although today's hearing will mainly deal with anti trust investigations there's still a lot of questions surrounding these companies including Facebook market merits a professor of history she also writes in the tech industry and I had a chance to chat with her about Facebook and how things really started in when they started really going sideways for Facebook people don't think so I can tell you is going to change the world that there was an app for that you know that technology could be the fix for the things that we saw were wrong you know Washington was just functional well let's get some you know better technological know how in there and let's fix these things he government you know all that all that kind of stuff and and and and now with the mood is very different but the debate that optimism that you know that that's something that really is the spirit behind Facebook behind Google behind so many of these companies this belief that really good technology can affect broad based social change and I talked to a lot of people and how to people interviewed in the course of this but and when I talk to people who were there at the beginning of them laying the ground rules for the internet the nineteen ninety three when internet first you know the dot com era's first commercializing and they have successfully made the case to lawmakers ranging from Bill Clinton Al Gore to Newt Gingrich
Russia helped push conspiracy about murdered DNC staffer
"Twenty sixteen election with a banner year for disingenuous and despicable disinformation and one of the most disgusting examples where these specific conspiracy theory that sullied the memory of a man who had been murdered seth rich works in the democratic national committee in voter border protection division and he was but he counts of his family and friends a great guy and loyal member of the dnc but after murder which remains three years later unsolved conspiracy theorists starting floating be falls and totally baseless idea that'd be hack the dnc emails was not in fact the hack but was actually an inside job a leak and seth rich was the source it was a theory that of course conveniently provided and exculpatory story for the russians who were of course actually behind the dnc hack there is no evidence to support the seth rich conspiracy theory any slander the name of a man had been murdered but it started in the bowels of internet and worked his way up to the high profile outlets into the white house itself let's start with the sets rich issue jay and the time line here is it possible that this whole russian narrative was in the leaks really came from the dnc staffer and that the media has been wrong for almost a year well showing the media has not been right yet the twenty seven year old by works for the dmc we shot in the back mood it's a just two weeks ago a strong on learn reasons does he was walking down the street in washington bluewater you're suggesting i'm suggesting hosting the schools is a type risks we're just two months shy of the one year anniversary of seth rich is murder and ever since we learned root for the dnc staffer the conspiracy theories on line have taken a life of their own but today fox five has learned there is new information could prove least harris are in fact right we have this very strange story now all this young man who worked with democratic national committee who apparently was assassinated at four in the morning having given wicky leaks something something like twenty three thousand i'm sorry fifty three thousand emails and seventeen thousand attachments nobody is investigating that okay that's just to be clear that's false and baseless and that is dragging the name of this murdered individual through the mud enrico traumatizing his family friend that's what newt gingrich is doing and now there is new exclusive reporting about actual origins of this effort conspiracy theory and maybe you can guess where it is that reportings broken by michael his car chief investigative correspondent news host of the new podcast cast from yahoo news conspiracy inland one of the first episode is all about the origin of the seth rich conspiracy theory great great reporting great to be with chris what origin of this well as you suggested it's not that big a base surprise although nobody knew it on the russian intelligence agency dsp are their version of the cia circulates aid bulletin three days after seth rich is death saying he was gunned down by a squad of assassins hired by hillary clinton a walking home a at four in the morning on a sunday morning there is absolutely no evidence for
First day of U.S.-China trade talks ends; Trump's tariff hike set to take effect
"Day of the U S China trade talks came to an end. And guess what the tariff hike is still said to take effect. So what happen one of the many things we're going to talk about besides the subpoena of Don Trump junior, and what's going to happen there, Kate Delaney as we take you through yet another wild adventure. Who better to do it within the former congressman from Ohio from talk media news, and that would be Bob ney? Hey, bob. Hi, kate. How are you? Sometimes I feel like you. And I are on a log flu bride did you ever ride on any of those? Right. Right. We are. Yeah. It never ends. It's a loop a loop. That's what I mean. You got it. We're stuck in a loop. And we keep getting wet. So we've got these these Chinese trade talk negotiators who they do a couple of days of talks, and they're trying to rescue this trade deal. But it's his collapsing. Something awful. What does it mean to the American people because I say that this show is about how it affects you and me and everybody in in their backyards. What does this mean now that this tariff is going to soar and jump into effect because it's going to really I think ERC the Chinese, and I think goods are going to go up. Right kate. And that's what I like about your shows how the average American is affected. That's your topics and and this one is going to affect them. But I must say in the long term it hopefully will affect them in a positive way. What I mean by that is you know, we gave them most favored nation status temporary twice. And then you had the Gingrich Clinton permanent trade deal. Once that was done that was the end of a China got what it wanted and from then on out it just continued to manipulate us. It continued to drive businesses out then take over that product. And Jack the prices up eventually, which is what they did. And you had, you know, President Bush, you have President Obama, you know, Obama and Romney running against each other. It was who can be tougher on China. And then they all get elected, and they're not tough on China 'cause it's painful to be tough on China. If you wanna win in the end long comes Donald. Trump. It means what he says on this. When Trump has been relentless the only thing that tries government. Kate understand is aggression that anything they understand. If they think you're weak. So the bottom line is. Yes, some prices are going up soybean farmers or having a rough time, but the presence trying to get the end game the long run. So it's either, you know, step forward now and stop this get some pain while we do it some of the average marika's are gonna pay more prices. But if he doesn't do this is just going to continue to go up. So I think it's something that he may win on. And then then we will see prices drop in and more jobs created so yes, some pain, but in long in the long term for the working people some gain if he can put at least some breaks on this madness of what's been going on for fifteen to twenty years here in America. So no gain without pain. I love it. That's the tweet of oh moment for you for sure. And here's something else, you know, going in a different direction as we talk about foreign countries in our relationships and being held. Hostage or the president's stance. He he's certainly saw this that for the first time, the president has acknowledged that he asked members of his administration to examine whether they could prosecute the former secretary of state someone who you know. Well, I believe John Kerry what's going on with that. Because it's they're talking about that saying that he met illegally with Irani and officials. Well, you know on this one everybody that sink congress and travels we had we had a couple of members at one time Kate that went to North Korea. We had some well members used to go to Cuba all the time. And everybody said they're violating the low connect. That's what they always say. They're by letting Logan act and about Iran's government and carry had this friendship with Jimmy the reef for Mr. I think a curious to watch the former secretary of state to be public out there about certain things that you know, undermines the president. But spars anything illegal. I I don't think there. To be able to do that. With Kerry what he's done is not lobbying in a sense. But it's you know, his opinion is a former secretary of state. So I don't think it's going to be any legal action on Kerry. But obviously ministration doesn't like it 'cause carries high profile, and you know, his communication with Iran whatsoever. By the Trump administration is viewed as something they don't want to happen by I just see anything happening illegally to carry speaking with Bob ney, again, the former congressman from Ohio with talk media new, and we get the opportunity to speak with five usually a couple times a week. So here's a something that we've talked about a bunch North Korea. And what's happening there in the bully wars? They now we've seized one of their largest carpet. Does. Apparently, there was a scheme to bring in tons of coal, which would violate international sanctions. So what's up with this? This carrier was a big one. Plus, it's funny. The name of the carrier wise, honest, right and it had cold and they brought munitions before. But on this one, you know, North Korea. Fires a couple of missiles, and then we grabbed that ship. I have a suspicion. I talked some friends on Capitol Hill today, and they agree. There's a suspicion out there that we were talking with North Korea. Probably some of these ships went by we didn't do much about it. We were in communication with them. They fired some missiles we saw the ship, and we grabbed it sort of a message back to North Korea. You wanna do this far missiles, you don't wanna talk fine. We'll start to grab your ships versus no turning our our is away from some of them. And so that's we did under the sanctions, we we stopped it. But again, this is really not. Rating. I I was so hopeful it's so we're so many people up on the hill that watched North Korea in America over the years show to meetings by President Kim Jong etc. Etc. But right now, it seems like the talks are going south in a hurry. And so we'll have to see in the next couple of months. Can they communicate do they want to or is it is it done? I love it. All right. And on the lighter side. So which is better Madam secretary or veep? Madam secretary or beep. Yeah. Venom secretaries on CBS. I bet you haven't seen it veep is on HBO. I'm sorry. I haven't seen either one. Not five not Lor secretary, Anna veep. All right. So there you go who's your favorite veep of all time? Oh, wow. Gee, I mean, everybody made fun of him. But Mike, you know, I like Joe Biden serve with him. So there's are energy. There's I'm gonna pick one from both of them. How's that? I
"gingrich" Discussed on Kickass News
"The US must be smuggled out under the nose of a kleptocratic Russian president and a ruthless general of former navy seal and an F B I counterintelligence expert or thrown together to exfiltrated him in preempt a deadly poisonous strike. That's the plot of a new political thriller by former speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich and former Washington Post reporter Peter early with the incredibly timely title, collusion, a novel, and although it's fiction collusion. Raises? Many of the most significant issues facing America in real life. Today is Russia our ally or enemy our American activists susceptible to influence from abroad. And how far will our enemies go to disrupt our politics and weaken the nation today. I dig into those and other pressing questions. With the former speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich discusses why he wanted to include a scene in the book about free speech on college campuses. And how he hopes his book will also serve as a warning to those Americans who suddenly think it's cool to embrace socialism. He explains why it's almost impossible to make up a super villain like Vladimir Putin, his fascination with Putin's deadly penchant for high profile, poisonings and wide. Newt believes Putin doesn't mind taking the blame for them. We talk about his successful for a into fiction writing. And how it's given him a chance to let his imagination run wild about the darker side of Washington terrorist plots and yes collusion, plus he weighs in on President Trump's Russia policy. The mullahs report, which issues will drive the next presidential election. And which democrat could conceivably beat don't Trump in twenty twenty coming up with Newt Gingrich in just a moment. Today. I'm joined by former speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich who with his co author Pete early has written a new political thriller that seems ripped from the headlines, it's titled collusion, a novel, new Gingrich, welcome to the podcast while it's great to be with you. And it is sort of pretty close to the headlines. Even though it's also very different from the headlines will Newt I have to say the title of the book, surely can't be incidence. Were you writing this novel with the Trump Russia investigation in mind, we were although I must confess it. None of us had any idea that we'd be releasing the book almost exactly when the Muller report came out? And of course, the novel is very different the novel involves a Russian effort to poison the US Senate, and is really focused on the reality that there is collusion. There have been the Russians have consistently tried to find Moore. Reckons who would betray their country, and in this particular novel in collusion. We have a an aide in the US Senate who is prepared to help the Russian succeed. So I think it's historically pretty realistic sense of things that could happen in the Russians..
Trump turns 2020 election into a referendum on health care
"Donald Trump tweets last night. Vote will be taken right after the election. When Republicans hold the Senate and win back the how but win back the house. It will be truly great healthcare that will work for America. Yeah. We're gonna hold that vote right after the election soccer players, just like Nixon didn't seventy two. But here's the thing. Americans bought it in seventy two. I think you could say just like ninety six actually I believe it was ninety six may was ninety four whichever year. It was that new Gingrich rolled out his contract on America, which really just pointed to a couple of you know, kind of coq funded bills or suggested bills that were mostly massive tax cuts on on billionaires. And said, oh, you know, these wonderful wonderful things. And it was a scam. But a got the Republicans control of the house of representatives. And I'm telling you, they are they are rolling out another one right now,
The Quicky - a new daily news podcast for Australia
"Quickey getting you up to speed daily from Monday Phebe taint, that's the quickey which launches on Monday. A new daily news podcast, Australia that will get you up to speed on the top stories and deep dive on one topic you need to know more about all in under ten minutes. It's from mama Mia and Omni studio panoply in very tiny have to deal to help megaphone by panel plays advertising partners. Choose the most effective ad creative for campaigns. Meanwhile, family ghosts formerly with panoply is returning. Thanks to a new deal with spoke media, you can expect season two in may. Now a caution if you'll podcast title has the word entrepreneur in it. He might get a legal threat from entrepreneur magazine who has a trademark on the word entrepreneur for podcasts. It's been suing Demane name owners for some time and has already threatened podcast with legal action winter podcast up front two thousand nine. Eighteen we'll give advertisers agencies and media. A I look at the newest partnerships talent and shows slated for two thousand nineteen it's the first such event to be held on the west coast of the USA in Beverly Hills in California on February the twentieth appalled news exclusive wondering is proclaiming over my dead body as the first zeitgeist show of two thousand nineteen without double the download seen by dirty John and Dr death in the same launch window. The podcast network is also celebrating this podcast being number one in the apple podcast chart. Similar Tena Asli in the US, Canada, UK island, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Allen tapa has looked into radio public's new pod sites products and says it's a good automated option for some and you podcasters group for Asian American creatives producers hosts and editors has opened in New York City. There's a new podcast recording studio in Sheffield in the UK run at rebel base media's headquarters and Emmanuel dot c the co host of Syria. As last season is joining Gimblett to work on reply all aloof, British accents for the win in our newsletter. And in our show notes. We talk about two other new podcasts today Newt's world from Newt Gingrich and equal parts a good new podcast for Valentine's week.
President Trump Signs Back Pay Bill
"Treatment act of two thousand nineteen into law today unintentional irony aside, think about it for a second. It guarantees federal employees that they are actually going to get paid whenever the shutdown finally ends. But there is a whole another group of people who are affected by the shutdown and most if not all of them aren't going to be getting anything when they go back to work government contractors is talking about people who do everything from computer programming to food service to you name it for the government, and that gets us to a special shutdown edition of our series. My Conny stories of people in how they are making a go of it out there this time, it's a retired government contractor near Washington DC. I'm Janet Martin. And I'm retired software engineer used to work in government contracting. I started somewhere in the late eighties. So it was about twenty five years or so worked for many many different government contracting firms. Little ones big ones all across the spectrum the first shutdown. I went through was the Newt Gingrich shutdown which was before this one the longest one ever. And I was very lucky. It was early on in my career. So I was not contributing majority of income to the household. My husband had a good job at the time. It was just very stressful because I was home. I knew stuff was piling up. All I remember is ended up cleaning my house. In all of my nervous energy day. Remember running around the house cleaning, everything some of the shutdowns were we were very lucky. They were just like you. Now. Shuts down on Friday opens back up by Monday. But some of them went on for a while. Looking back on it. I realized that after that very first long shutdown that I was involved in. We always made sure we live inside our paychecks. So you know, we drive our cars till they literally fall apart in the driveway. We don't go on elaborate vacations. You know, we bought a house way back when thinking of Entschlie we would flip it for a bigger house. We've never done that. And it even affects me now. Even though I'm retired. I still kinda keep the expenses down as much as I can. We don't go out and go crazy. As I was listening to all of this shutdown information. I realized that's part of the decisions I've made over the years having this happen over and over and over again, you don't live. At the level that may be your paycheck would imply you could live 'cause you know that that paychecks not. It may not be secure.
"gingrich" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"There's fifteen minute break, you know, as they try to figure this out, and you can watch this on the C-SPAN clip. These Republicans coming up to Gingrich standing in the well of the house coming up to who have not these Republicans who wouldn't give him the time of day until that moment in his career shaking his hand, patting him on the back of parliamentarian comes back. They ha they rule, you know, in favor of the Republicans. The speaker's words are taken down never happened to a speaker of the house before Gingrich gets to keep talking when he finishes he leaves the floor. There's an ovation a standing ovation on the Republican side, and he's he's not a gadfly anymore. Now, he's giving him a taste of this is what you guys haven't been doing. This is what you guys could be doing. And this is what it feels like. And they start getting mail. You know, the folks back home are watching C span at night and say asking them, why aren't there more you like, Newt Gingrich? And they they can they pick. On it pretty quick. But this is what they're voters want. But it's what they want to the red and the blue the nineteen nineties and the birth of political tribalism, oh, it's so much more than that. It's basically an analysis of our current Michigan's if you will Steve Kornacki is the author he has MSNBC and NBC news national political correspondent and you'll see him at the big board every day between now and the election. Thanks for coming by thanks for hosting the show a couple of weeks ago. Right. Yes. No. Thank you, Mike. Appreciate you. Let me tell you about the next slate live event that I'm involved in slates best political minds will break down the midterm elections. Possibly just breakdown depending on the results of the midterm elections today. Live conversation in Brooklyn, it'll be me Djamil buoy Dahlia, lift wick and Jim Newell at the Polanski Shakespeare center, I can walk there. You know, where that is that will be the Thursday after election day, which is to say November eighth that will be November eighth? Join us for the lives of the recap discussion. We'll take your questions to go to slate dot com slash live for tickets to that event. Slate listeners we need your help. I'm.
"gingrich" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"They want for any reason, they ride just talk right is usually nobody you ready to go local, boys. Here's the principal in my district who retired. Or forty years. We saw MRs MRs Smith Gingrich starts claiming the time and his fellow members are like you haven't you know, you're talking about impeaching. But what you wanna do that for he's talking to the camera? And he's got an, you know, a band of about a half a dozen allies. They're not talking about, you know, page twenty six of this Bill should have a comma here, and they are talking about national themes, the corrupt Democratic Party, the corrupt democrat machine the opportunity society that Republicans want to offer day are producing what we would now. Call cable news talk show. It's it's the Sean Hannity show being done on the floor of the house for an hour and night on C span and people are going through their dials, you know, at home, they don't keep reading statistics. But you know, some of them are catching it in. Yeah. Who's this guy like forty channels back, then three of them were showing the same bee's master. I think that was in heavy rotation back in the day. But okay. So there were no there were no ratings. How big an impact? Did it have? I have no way of knowing the us as you more than me. Maybe not. I don't know seem to us like we're political junkies. We remember that something was going on. But did he get written about in the mainstream read about because he used it to force this showdown with tip O'Neill, and what he did was in one of those late night, sessions Gingrich and his allies cold out ten democratic members by name in almost accused of treason in one of the Democrats. They called out by name was Eddie Boland who's from Massachusetts. And was tip O'Neill is best friend and roommate in Washington DC for years and O'neil as a speaker of the house has the power to call up C span and say turn the camera off or whatever. And he calls them up and says, I want you to take that camera in pan, the entire chamber show that audience that this this clown is talking to an empty chamber, and you know, he's trying to make my friend look like a coward, my friend isn't. They are no one's there. So he does it span does that in Gingrich catches wind with it? And now he's been given know gift from the gods here. Gingrich accuses you know, Neil. This is the dicta to'real abusive power. This is McCarthyism of the left and he demands time to address the entire house to explain this. So. Full session. The house is full, you know, ten AM fischel business day O'neil recognizes the gentleman from Georgia and then announces from the speaker's podium east. I'm going to come down. I'm going to sit among the members because I'm very interested to hear this thinks he's going to get some kind of apology and Gingrich talking in ten minutes. And it's it's it's all the Gingrich stuff, you would expect in O'neil boils over and he stands up, and he demands to be recognized and Gingrich knows where this is going to e recognizes tip O'Neill in O'neil just says I want you to know we you stood in that floor. And you did the lowest thing I've ever seen in thirty two years here. Yeah. Trent Lott who standing right behind. Gingrich. One of his allies says Mr Speaker, I moved speakers words be taken down right because tip O'Neill broken house. Rules, you directly attacked you say, you you have to say the member sometimes they let you get away with it. If it's not safe. You literally can't say you in the house, by our standards in politics, say the words that O'Neill said we're not that in. But what it was was the face of the permanent Democratic Party. The spee. For of the house. He's been there since the early nineteen fifties the leader of this. They have a one hundred seat majority in this third term gadfly from Georgia who's own Republican colleagues have not taken him seriously now has the parliamentarian scrambling to try to find some way not to reprimand tip O'Neill..
"gingrich" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Yes, I mean, it was as a book it was it was like a pamphlet the book I've seen that. You're not gonna ever held a cop. Right. It is. It's a collection of his speeches. Oh, wow. Compassionate money there. And this was you know, this is not exactly Cicero here or something. And what it was there's there's rules in the house about royalties that you can accept. Yeah. So he's essentially getting a fifty five percent royalty on this book, which is unheard of in the in the publishing industry, friends, supporters wealthy folks around Fort Worth which is where he was from could buy the book could buy in bulk know that the money was going to him. Right. It's just a way to give them some money, but it didn't make much money off it, but it raised all sorts of conflict of any fifty five grand something like that under normal times. Would he have gotten should he have gotten just demolished and a slap on the wrist? If we weren't so radicalized, it's a it's a fair question. I would say one of the turning points for Gingrich in that push. Was he got joined by common cost common cause which more on the left. You know, government group forming post Watergate, you could make a case that rights should have gone for that I should have been gone for that the interesting thing was that when right finally resigned, the June first nineteen ninety gives his speech on the house floor. He he. He frames. It is a sacrifice. He says I consider my resignation. He sacrificed paraphrasing here that will help to cleanse this institution of what has infected it. And he's basically saying this will be fine. New you get this one. But this is the last one you get here. And of course, it is. It is actually something very similar, you know, Gingrich's when he becomes speaker in one thousand nine hundred four signs this book deal with HarperCollins, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch gets a four and a half million dollar of a book advance on it raises all these questions about ethics and all the things he was raising about Jim Wright comes back to bite him. Yeah. But at least on the sexual stuff with Bill Clinton. There is no hypocrisy when it comes to that. That was as we found out later had some things going on. So as a political science major at Emory University, which is Newt Gingrich's taught, but where west Georgia, and I signed up for a class political communication in the Soviet Union in the fall and when the class convened in the spring, it was called political communication in the former so. The other thing is I kept getting taught this was Ninety-two in ninety four. I was taking classes in ninety four. Look, the one thing we know is incumbency has such an advantage. There will never probably in our lifetime be a Republican House of representatives. And God damn where they wrong. I it taken on a term back, then the permanent democratic majority. Yeah. And at that point nineteen Ninety-four it had been forty years in this was I think this was key to Gingrich's rise to so much of my book is about all of these wars in the nineteen nineties, but to even have Gingrich in the position he was in the nineties to to pick a lot of these fights with Clinton he needed to complete this rise from the back benches in the late seventies in through the eighties. That you looked at it this guy arrives in congress. The Democrats have have run this thing for a generation. He tells Republicans I'm gonna lead you to the majority someday, they think he's nuts. It it's new Gingrich. He talks about world historical, things and McCarthyism. It'll he's using all the stuff that we recognize now. But yeah, it's not landing with his car is this is just not the way people talk there. But what Gingrich slowly got Republicans to see? He was telling them, you're being trampled..
"gingrich" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"And yet this same Republican party that's capable of that in a national presidential election is incapable of even getting within. Spitting distance of the house at that point. When Gingrich gets there. It's been a generation in the minority. And it's not like, we don't have midterm elections in the seventies. That are you know, we have one coming up where the Democrats need twenty three seats. They may get there. They may not. But it's totally doable for them. Yeah. Didn't have doable. Ninety one hundred jar. Enormous advantages for the democrat. So Gingrich looked at that and said, well, that's the missing link here. You've got, you know, tip O'Neill was the house speaker, Newt Gingrich got there in the famous line from tip O'Neill all politics is local. And so people sort of, you know, they made their judgment about political party based on what was in their backyard in Newt said, well, you know, what look at George McGovern who lost us forty nine states to Nixon, look what he represented culturally. You know, it was it was activists that we who got behind him antiwar, cultural, liberalism, all of that sort of thing. He said, look if you can make every voter in the country see a choice between a conservative Republican party in a Democratic Party of McGovern ISM. We're never gonna lose another election. So that was the opportunity he saw should've taken. I think it should have taken someone else. The word you use his nationalize Republicans, do well nationally a Republican will crush in the south will win this out. There was a southern strategy. It would seem so glaringly obvious that someone said what we're doing with the presidential race. We need to do that with. Mississippi third district and the Texas twelfth district and all these places that go for the Republican in the presidential election and keep putting Democrats in congress. And I think one of the things that happen to was the Democrats who were getting elected to congress. Oh from the south weren't liberals. They were conservatives they were more conservative than members of the Republican party in the house. You had these conservative Democrats in the south who keep getting reelected. And then you you keep having Republican presidents, and they vote with the Republican presidents. They vote with Nixon they'd vote with Regan on his tax cuts, and they'd go home and they'd tell their their voters. Hey, you like Reagan while I vote with Reagan all the time. And then they'd get reelected in Gingrich. Basically, you know, it was frustrating to him and it was frustrating to allied Republicans. But he basically said what you need to do is you need to create much clearer and sharper distinctions between the parties. So that the message to the voters back in those districts is you you may like this democrat, you're voting for this conservative democrat. But they're empowering a party did Ryan the mentally hostile to your values. Gingrich did this thing that was unthinkable in congress at the time he said he's gonna he wants to go after and take down the speaker. The house Jim right on ethics charges. He went after Jim right on ethics. He's trying to shoot the general. Basically he didn't do this now. But the Republicans at that point looked at what right had just done he'd been doing that kind of thing. And they said, you know, what what's litter attack dog loosen him? And of course, Gingrich takes down, Jim, right? That puts Gingrich in the house leadership and from there. That's the guy who confronts Bill Clinton, and I think changes in their competitive legit with the ethics charges was like seven thousand dollars book royalties..
"gingrich" Discussed on Fresh Air
"It's NPR without all that. Dignity. My guess is McKay Coppins a staff writer for the Atlantic magazine. Nick Gingrich was speaker of the house when President Clinton was impeached and Newt Gingrich was very much in favor of impeachment. And I think it was like after Newt Gingrich left office that it was revealed that he was involved with sexual indiscretions, and they had some echoes of what President Clinton had done. So tell us about those indiscretions. Yeah. I mean, this is one of the more amazing little footnotes to the whole Clinton impeachment saga, which is that Newt Gingrich who is leading the charge on impeachment over this affair in the White House. And and and various other things was at the time of the impeachment engaged in an illicit relationship with a young congressional aide, much younger. Congressional aide named Callisto who he would later marry. And he had kind of successfully kept it a secret throughout the impeachment crusade at came out shortly after he left office, and frankly, while certainly people work shocked and angry about the hypocrisy. Not that many people were surprised by then Newt Gingrich had a reputation for being a less than loyal husband. He famously had been accused of many other affairs over the course of his first two marriages. But what he had figured out was that the tribal nature of our politics, and frankly, the tribal nature of our politics that Gingrich had been working to make permanent and make more serious had meant that. It didn't really matter if he was, you know, a perfectly moral husband or embodiment of Christian values. He would still have the backing of the conservative base and the Republican party as long as he was aiming his ire at the other side and as long. He was an effective warrior in those battles, and that had that had profound consequences. I think for the way that people in both Republican, politics and democratic politics became more and more cynical about these partisan battles. They increasingly felt like the whatever underlying principles were supposed to govern. These fights could be thrown out the window, and it was more about which side won. So in a way, Newt Gingrich was eventually like driven out of congress woman. Yeah, we'll so the the impeachment crusade ended up backfiring with voters a year that frankly, Republicans just according to the regular laws of political gravity should have gained seats in the house. They ended up losing seats because voters were kind of so fed up with the investigation and the impeachment proceedings and felt like Republicans had had gone way overboard with the stuff and Republicans in. Congress then kind of turned around and blamed Newt Gingrich for leading the Mistry with strategy and basically drove him out of office. He lost his speakership decided to resign. You know, on the way out the door. There's this great quote where he says, I'm willing to lead. But I'm not willing to preside over people who are cannibals. So, you know, I think like a lot of revolutionaries or people who see themselves as as revolutionaries they're great at kind of gaining allies early on and turning it into a movement and gaining power. But then they're not always great at using that power to achieve the agenda that originally got them to where they were. And so Gingrich did end up kind of getting driven out by the same bloodthirsty brigade of of you know, right wing lawmakers that he helped elect in the first place. So either other echo today that you see of kind of battlefield politics. That Newt Gingrich brought to politics. Yeah. I mean, I think that certainly his tactics of lived on the the obstructionism the name calling one of the early things that he did was mainstreaming conspiracy theories as part of kind of regular discourse. So for example, when Vince Foster Clinton aide committed suicide Gingrich was one of the most prominent Republicans sort of publicly flirting with the kind of fringe conspiracy theory that he had actually been assassinated. And he saw that as a way to kind of muck up Clinton's White House and his agenda. But I think that the the bigger point is the way that he turned national politics and congressional politics into, you know, team sport, right? That at the end of the day. There's no point in ever working with the other side, it's zero sum it's Damas. You know, it's. Good versus evil and the other side is cropped impact. He wrote a book just recently, Newt Gingrich in which he says outright that Trump's America is incompatible with the anti-trump coalitions view of America. He said once one will simply defeat the other. There is no room for compromise. Trump has understood this perfectly since day one. And I think that has is what's driven him to Trump more than any ideology or shared worldview beyond this kind of idea that we have to be the other side. And that's all that matters. Mckay. Covens thank you so much for talking with us. Hey, thank you. Mckay Coppins is a staff writer for the Atlantic. His article about Newt Gingrich is titled the man who broke politics after we take a short break. David Edelstein will review the new final cut of the Orson Welles film that. Unfinished when he died. This is fresh air. This message comes from NPR sponsor, Capital One capital. One wants to build a better Bank one that feels and acts nothing like a typical Bank. So they are reimagining banking. They offer a great savings rate and accounts with no fees or minimums that can be opened from anywhere in five minutes. That's banking reimagined Capital One. What's in your wallet capital? One in a. Izenberg? Join me on NPR's ask me another as we challenge. 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"gingrich" Discussed on WLOB
"Of course i did commentary on that kind of stuff i mean this to juicy nut to immerse being part of the community you can't ignore that gun the stuff but i could not get on the in rant and rave about a political issue if i did my contract said that i could be fired while if it was the same for him he really breached this country your court began it and he did it more from the left side he was complaining about what he call it the twoheaded monster of gingrich dole gingrich on gave is just going off and i went man this is stupid been let me ask you we ratings go when i left ocha the first time it was good because they in no offence but they were listening to me right of course because i was kind of directing the shown us keeping him tight drink and then they just went on they reside once the ratings came back that they were big in straight to the heads and wing say anything and we can do what we want and we can take as long as we want an you gotta you gotta base when when the means share it does it we so the point being is this jim meal jemil's whatever named jimmy you'll jemil jemil i would say mode patten brethren gobert whatever it is whatever shoe wherever she is i would think that that would be in your contract but then again they're doing commentary on sports nephews i heard somebody talking about this today and they said look obviously when the colin kaepernick thing comes up you have got to talk about it if you're doing a sports talk show which is she in this other guy do i've only i i'll tell you i bo i've seen thirtyseconds of it so i'm not a big fan i it took you that long ago i would see their promos and i saw the promo said well this is not a show them interested in and there are a lot of shows on he is being damaged in.