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Michael Isikoff Has An Issue With Barry Meier and The Collusion Hoax

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Michael Isikoff Has An Issue With Barry Meier and The Collusion Hoax

"I saw this this weekend had tipped Glenn Greenwald to put it out in the social media can actually does real journalism. Greenwall picked out this gym these air. This is a former New York Times reporter Barry Meyer. And a liberal reporter, Michalis two coffees on me not have trouble Connemara reporter, but whatever you get the hint This is a fascinating exchange. Let me give you some background. You want to see how we get to group think and how people believe things that aren't true. Listen to this sucker here, a little background on it. So Barry Meyer was a former New York Times journalist. And he wrote this book recently. And the book is about how the whole Russian collusion thing happened. And how fusion GPS these air basically paid spies who were paid to feed information to media outlets that we now know. Was it true, Donald Trump colluded with the Russians? You've heard it all before. We don't need to re litigate the collusion hoax here. It's all fake. Okay, it's made up, you get it. But Meyer didn't expose in his bookkeeper minds Got you sorry for The New York Times isn't right for bright Bart. Conservative Review Bongino calm. He was right for the New York Times, and he's highlighting and sounding the alarm over this. Paid intelligence operation Fusion, GPS and others who are paid to produce political information and then feed it to media. People who run with it. Well, what's the problem with them? Information often turns out to be false. Sounds like a big problem. So it's a cop who's a big lefties interviewing Barry Meyer and instead of celebrating the fact that conservative media My show, Fox news. Other shows out there. Molly Hemingway Home and Jenkins John Solomon, who got the collusion hoax story right that it was a hoax instead of celebrating it liberal Michaelis a cough is more concerned about the fact that right wing media chose to have Barry Meyer despite him having written for The New York Times on their shows. And he's not concerned at all the fact that we got it right and they got it

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Austin hostage suspect was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, had 'weeks to live,' police say

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Austin hostage suspect was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, had 'weeks to live,' police say

"Our learning more about that hostage situation that took place yesterday and in Austin pediatrician's office that left two people dead. Boston Police say this is being investigated as a murder suicide. The suspect, 43 year old doctor brought narrow munchie briefly held five people hostage at gunpoint. All but one escape. Er was released A PD Lieutenant Jeff Greenwald says 43 year old Dr Katherine Dotson was found dead along with the suspect. And we also know that the suspect Dr near Mont, she had terminal cancer. It was only given weeks to live. So we feel like his terminal cancer probably played a large part in whatever it was that occurred in his life and what was happening yesterday nor a month had been there earlier to volunteer at the office but was refused. Police are continuing their

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"greenwald" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

07:07 min | 7 months ago

"greenwald" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Trump didn't win hearing that they tried. That's all of this about which is why what they were saying to me was is we will publish this. If you remove all the parts about joe biden and just use a much more stripped down version of your article leg attacks the media in some abstract way. Obviously it wasn't willing to do that but that was the real you know usually i right and nobody knows what i'm writing until the very last minute when i published i don't work with editors they don't even know what i'm reading. They marshall dislike extreme editorial scrutiny once they found out it was writing about this because they were petrified of how their circle of friends and colleagues. In like we're gonna react so to be so this isn't this isn't typically the process. Because i mean obviously if you look online the response from so many people making the same joke over and Is that. i'm going to quit. Because editor tried to edit me. This is what i've seen. You know for the past twenty four hours glenn greenwald quit because someone was trying to edit his copy in in some sense in what you're saying is that true but What people are leaving out is the motivation for that is it. Is it fair to say that. This is not the typical editorial process on a glenn greenwald article for the intercept important. You know people can agree with it or not but the fact of the matter is. I have always fifteen years that i've been doing. Journalism had a very absolutist condition for working anywhere which is that absent to bury narrow circumstances one. Where when i'm writing could rise to legal liability for the publication. In which case i will ask for a legal review or if i'm doing very original reporting that's very complex. Difficult snowed snowden reporting or the brazil reporting that we did last year from an archive of Phone records i mean phone chats from brazilian officials Editor in for example. I had been publishing if i had got my my hands on the hard drive Publishing i would work editor to make sure that my through verification process acid. It's difficult reporting. But the the way i began writing the way it began a career in journalism. Aiding go to journalism school and then like were my way into your pints. I was a lawyer. And i just started a blog in two thousand and five for no reason with no plan and i just wanted to say things are being said about the erosion of civil liberties in the war on terror. That worked as i would open the box spot. I would write what i wanted to write in a very passionate way. And then i would hit sandra publish proposed or whatever and no one never intervened in said you can't say this or and my audience really rapidly was working on. It was making an impact in someone. Salon asked me to go there and do that there. And then when the guardian one of the newspapers in the west asked me to do so too with both of them. I said i'll do so only on the condition that i don't have an editor Editor post i have to physically posted to the internet. Slide control not only the content of the timing of when it gets posted and they both rebound system to do so. Until obviously when i started a new media outlet. I wasn't creating newbie outlet to say all this great freedom. I've always had them ready. I wanna give that up to like peter boss or betsy reed from now on like. They're the bassem. Obviously it wasn't fucking doing that. So i in my contract negotiated exactly the same caused. That's how it's always worked for seven years other than the saudi reporting and the brazil reporting maybe like one or two other pieces. Where i said i think it added our show up to this. None of my pieces get edited at all. They go right up to the internet. No one assigns anything. I read about what. I want one. So i understand that. Journalists working big newsrooms left to deal with editors aren't sympathetic to the fact that i'm angry that they try to modify your change what i wrote. That's al was journalists. Were not how i work. And the thing is. It's never been how i've worked with the intercept and the fact that it happened to me for the first time in fifteen years of writing sixties before an election that everyone at the intercept in new york is desperate for joe biden to win and just so happen to be. An article was writing critical of news. Obviously not a coincidence which is why. Call it censorship. Not because going through an editorial process to me is tantamount to censorship of because entirely rules were created to control what my expression specifically. Because of what i was saying about a presidential candidate whom they're all eager to see victorious and that is the framework. That's so crucial to understand. What apple is super super-quick. Contextual points as moynihan can testify reasons website blog especially of for many years Through my editorship up until or maybe towards the end of my editorship we came from blog world blog world was you can go ahead and post it There wasn't I'm not sure that morning hands blog posts ever were edited back then and now. The current reasons. Staffers was the reason why the current reason staffers like. Oh my god you guys worked like that. That's nuts but that's a that a remnants of coming out of blog world which you don't do that anymore no no no we throw. We haven't editing process now. Even i get a dammit atlanta every. Everybody does because. I wanted to drill down that censorship question because a lot of people are are are splitting hairs on bad or a busting your chops. I recall speaking of blog world. You know right after nine eleven places that had never questioned anything that i wrote suddenly were holding or spiking my stories i eventually left and yet i found using the word censorship to describe. That was a little drama queenie What's your response to people who say that's not censorship. That is okay. Heightened editorial scrutiny at the last minute but censorship is actually. You know you don't even have a sub stack. i got it. I mean i know. Censorship resort big punch. But i believe without the slightest doubt that what was going on had nothing to do with our journalists standards. Nobody this isn't article a kind of article. I've written a hundred times. You know in the last seven years like a big media critique hardheaded media critique combined with my view of evidence that deviates from liberal consensus. There was nothing in there that other people hadn't said taibbi wrote an article very similar in its analysis of that evidence can vogel in the new york times had done the same ravi slobby in reason had made many of the similar points as i was making so far away from anything that would have provoked. The editorials scrutiny from perspective. That the reason i call it. Censorship is because it was motivated exclusively by a desire to prevent me from criticizing joe biden so close to the election now. Obviously it's not state censorship by no it doesn't implicate the first amendment. There are.

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"greenwald" Discussed on Blocked and Reported

Blocked and Reported

05:36 min | 8 months ago

"greenwald" Discussed on Blocked and Reported

"That's betsy reed explained that any peace greenwald road on On biden subject would have to go through quote the editorial process in fact checking that we do with any story with this kind of high end quote. Peter maas would edit but read also noted that there would be a lot of in-house knowledge that they could tap into by in house knowledge. She meant the work of robert mackey. Jayme and jim risen to intercept reporters. With whom glenn. Green with whom greenwald clash in the past risen had already loudly denounced the post story. Not only is a conspiracy theory. Before and disinformation essentially. Read was telling greenwald that his piece will be kwasi edited by people with whom he had major public disagreements about russia related issues going back years so i think that part of the backstory is totally necessary. So when i'm reading these emails. Like what i'm seeing is these. These editors being pretty professional. And saying that you know you need more evidence for these claims in these claims in these lambs. But what you don't see is that these are editors who have already stated that they don't believe the story that they think that this is russian information and that they are opposed to greenwald on this particular issue. I think that's important like having worked in a newsroom. And knowing if i had an editor who like i knew hated me. And who didn't want me to write about de transition. And that editors editing pieces about the transition. I'm gonna have a problem with it. Yeah it's complicated. That context is important. But you're right. That like the the peter maass wrote a so-called story memo to glenn that comes across as just normal and professional basically saying that peace would be better trimmed out a little bit focusing more on the media angle than the question of what joe biden. Did you know. I also just like a situation. Where a writer has it in his contract. That he can't really be edited is not going to end well under any circumstances is pretty unusual. I've never heard of anybody else having this sort of this sort of arrangement glenn is definitely atypical when it comes to this so there's a couple of questions here for one glenn alleges that the reason that this that that they tried to enter these parts of the story the parts of the story that we're damning to joe biden out was because the intercept wants to bite into win. I don't doubt that that's true. That isn't because the intercept is fans of joe biden in fact the intercept published the initial tara reade allegations against joe biden reporting that subsequently didn't really hold up to scrutiny. You know so but that was during the difference is that that was during the primary when it was still possible. They thought it was still possible for bernie to win like if anything like intercept is in bernie's cap not inviting this camp that said they are anti trump four scher and like a lot of places. I think the you know this is. This is a staff made up of human beings is a partisan partisan outlet. And i think it's absolutely probably true that the staff including these editors don't want publish anything that could potentially be used to either hurt the biden campaign or to give the appearance that they hurt the biden campaign because nobody wants to deal with another for years of people saying you're the one who got donald trump elected i..

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"greenwald" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

06:46 min | 8 months ago

"greenwald" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Her former fans into enemies into challenging these pieties about trans issues. Right is if you tell Martina, you're not allowed to do this and you're not a lot of things visiting. You're not allowed to say that she's going to make a beeline exactly toward those things. That's why she fucking fled communist Czechoslovakia right was because they were telling her just don't do anything to draw attention to yourself, and she knew that was gonna limit her greatness as an athlete in her greatness as a human being. And that's like that. Ultimately, I think that you know. It's so easy to. A lot of times people adopt a certain hoster than the show you as you were saying that kind of pundit voice or if they go on a show where they get to speak for nine minutes instead of two and a half hours, they're manipulating their image on purpose and the more that you dig into it the deeper you dig into it, the more you kind of try and excavate what really is underneath it. A lot of times you uncover truths that you wouldn't previously seen about who they really are and what they really think and someone who seems like they're hateful really isn't a lot of times they are. Yeah A Lotta, times they are and lot of times they've become that because that's That's been the way they get the best attention or the most attention or you know sometimes they'll pretend to not be that way to sort of weasel their way in, and then once they become popular, you find out all you really do have various ideas you really are shit. And right and I understand the only way you know if you talked to them right like if you just ignore then they don't disappear and I understand people's concern with platforming those people but I I really do think that you have to talk to a wide group of people to get an understanding of humans and if you don't know any hateful people, you won't be able to recognize hateful behavior like really recognize it I. Think you have to see it you have to talk to them and you know if you don't know I, mean you have to really understand loving compassionate. Generous people you have to be around them. You have to hear them talk and when you are around them and you do hear them talk you changes your perspective. What's possible with people you recognize like that's the kind of person to. My one of my friends is Justin Ren, he's a two very unlikely story, but he's a guy who is bullied when he was a childlike horribly to the point we was suicidal became a UFC fighter. and now he runs a charity called fight for the forgotten where he builds wells for the pygmies in the Congo he is. The nicest. Most charitable human being I've ever met in my life. He's so kind and so gentle and so sweet and goes to the Congo and spends months out of the year. There's got malaria three times. I mean it's it's. It's it's crazy. Until. I met him until I've spent tons of time with him and talk to him. I I didn't know that someone was that selfless that someone could be that kind gentle. But yet also being elite mixed martial arts fighter and an enormous enormous man me such a contrast action but he's so kind he's so nice to everyone I've been around him. He's just so sweet to everyone and you need to know that there's a guy like that out when I whenever I think About people about kindness in about about generosity selflessness I. Think of that Guy Because I know he's real 'cause I know him. He's changed my spectrum, the spectrum of with Rice. But when people you know we started off talking about about snowden rate in. Yeah. You know as a journalist, people expect me to just keep this critical distance of him from him. As you know the way you're supposed to talk about your source when you're a journalist in in almost every speech that I give and you know obviously stones not just a source to me. He's a very close friend when they carry a huge amount about we went through something really intense an extraordinary together that will bond us you know for life and after even. I feel exactly the same way we were talking about how exceptional as an example, it is what he did, and he shows you a kind of human possibility that you don't previously know exist then starts opening up your own conception of what's possible in terms of your own choices in life, and you only can have that happen if you're willing to connect with people who aren't like you. Yeah and you I, mean one of the beautiful things about these long-form conversations is that you can allow someone to express. Themselves without restraint and you can find out what's really going on and you you know you can expose people this way in a way that I mean, I I think people have been exposed on my podcast in a way were if someone really wants to know who they are, they can go watch clip and they'll go this is what happens when this motherfucker hits the fire like they fall apart like this is what happens when their ideas are challenges is what happens when someone says, why do you think that? And what makes what may why do you say that? Why saying it that way and you let him give them all the rope in the world and then you see them hanging. Because you can't you can't. You can't control yourself for three hours. You know it's kind of like I've had this experience before I. Don't know if you've you've had this where you know if if a magazine wants to profile you, they'll send a reporter to follow you around for a week because if you just sit down for a forty minute interview or now our interview, you can be very controlling about what it is. That you present and what you let them see. But if they start riding in the car with you when you're driving your kids to school or going out to dinner at the start forgetting that it's an interview and you start thinking about this person is someone who's in your life that you're talking to you and you end up saying things that if you are being completely controlled, you never would have said the same. Just experiencing this now doing your show, you most shows are at most forty five minutes at most right where you can just get through it and be very conscious of every word here when you have no, there's your producer doesn't say what you? WanNa talk about ahead of time I had no idea what we're going to talk about ahead of time it just kind of meanders into this natural space and you do forget. That you're being recorded, you do forget that a lot of people are going to see it, which is very liberating feeling to have right because you don't have to use that voice that public voice that you feel compelled to use. If you're being too self conscious about the fact that you're being watched and listened to it's sort of like how being surveilled and monitored alters your behavior right? If you know that you're being watched. Of.

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"greenwald" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

07:26 min | 8 months ago

"greenwald" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Agenda, the Kremlin and the need for censorship as a result is going to be accepted by more and more people because of that fear that these media outlets and government institutions with whom they partner are going to be still instilling in people for their own benefit for their own aim. I think you're one hundred percent accurate and I'm I'm concerned as well. But I, my my real concern is I don't see a way out of this I don't see like a clear like, oh, we gotta go that way I don't I don't see a path I don't see it. I'm worried. I'm worried that we already have the brakes off of this truck and we're headed downhill. What meaning do you derive from the fact that you've built this massive audience I mean does I don't think that's debris after meaning or significance they think there's a reason for it. What what reason do you think explains? That's a very good question and I specifically go out of my way to not answer it. Personally me myself I mean to myself not not not. To some like you but I don't think about it and one of the reasons why is because I? Feel like if I start thinking about what it does, I'll stop doing it the way I'd do it and it won't be the same thing I started doing this podcast. My friend Brian were smoking weed and talking on a laptop in two thousand, nine answering questions from like one hundred people on twitter just having fun you look. At the early ones on you stream to this day, they have like a thousand views two thousand views nobody gave a shit I never promoted this podcast. I never took an ad for it. I never went on the television show or anything else saying, please watch my podcast please listen to my podcast. It organically became what it is. I have no idea how it happened I never planned it. It was all I did it at. Just for fun forever, and then all suddenly became this giant business. So well, I still have to do it the same way because if I don't do the same way to become something different and I can't think about what it is I just when when I meet people and they say they love it. I go. Thanks not high. That's it. Just keep going just keep moving and. I've I've I've developed these ways of compartmentalizing my life and compartmentalizing what the podcast is and I keep it what it is what it is is just a place where I'm going to talk to people the people that I talked to. I only talked to him interested in talking to have zero agenda I go I want to talk to Glenn Greenwald Cool, Oh, I wanNA talk to Graham, Hancock. Oh. That scientists that just came back from the space station if we can talk to him what the fuck is that like you know all of this guy just got back from. Trekking across Europe. With snow shoes, let's talk to that guy like that's all it is, and until I to the day I say I don't want to do this anymore it's going to remain that because it's the only way I can keep doing it the way it is. So the fact that it's become insanely influential is beyond bizarre to me because I feel like as much as I'm the host of this thing. Like an antenna, I just sorta plug in and then it's got a life of its own and it sort of does it. But I it's not actually so bizarre to me I actually no I think you know I wrote an article about it, and then I did a show I, interviewed a former. Campaign official from from the two thousand and eight Obama campaign who's an avid listener of yours news written. About your show and he's actually the one who encouraged me to start listening because before I started listening. Heard in the ether things about your show. I didn't necessarily believe adamantly but assumed we we're basically true. Then I started watching and saw one true it was. But I think that exactly the way that you began. My journals and careers I didn't go to call me a journalism school and then go and get a job with like some local newspaper, and then worked my way up to the New York Times. So I wasn't inculcated with all the institutional code and. Regulations of how you can speak in the tone that you use, and how you can describe the world. I just started my blog one day because I felt like I thanks to say nobody was reading it and I gradually built up a readership and then from there have always done it that way right? Like it's kind of like what you were just saying and I think that the reason that you've attracted. So many people watching your show who lake it. And I don't analyze it for you. If you don't WanNa hear analysis 'cause I don't WanNa like infect your ability to just do it again. Agree. But you were saying like, what is the solution till out this? What's like the? Way Out and I think that you can look at your show is kind of a microcosm of what one answer may be, which is exactly that I know a lot of people who listen to your show who don't agree with a lot of what you say or. Eight some of guests that you have on but what they know is that. You're doing this because you don't have to say anything that you don't believe and that's a huge. Asset for people who don't trust people that they're hearing in the media and don't believe anything that they're saying is look that guy may not be an expert in things and everything that he's talking about or even much somebody's talking about and maybe sometimes he platforms people who are bad and says some things that are misguided. But at least I believe that he's being honest like he's just kind of trying to figure the world out for no reason other than to figure it out. And I think that there are huge numbers of people huge numbers of people like, yeah I think you're just tapping into the kind of tip of it. Who Crave discourse that is emancipated from these repressive? Principles of how the media speaks and conducts itself and how people are forced to express themselves, and that is that does give me a lot of hope I think it gives me a lot of hope as well and I think One of the things that we hope the Internet would be would be this place where people had access to information that would never have had previously and this this avenue. For free expression that just really never existed before there's never been a time in history where I mean we really have a skeleton crew I mean right now it's me and my friend Jamie, the producer and reaches hundreds of millions of people, and that's just really never existed. Before I mean there's a couple of video editors and some other people that work for the podcast behind the scenes but that's basically it. If which is why journalists hate you right they you know they went to all the best journalism schools. UNAI VIKES SAT in their editorial meetings for twenty years and they go and speak on. Youtube. Fifteen thousand people and they think it's outrageous that you have this audience to what you're not entitled. They're they're entitled to their own thoughts, but they could have this audience to they just have to be interesting enough to gather it and they have to grind. The thing is like you don't get it right away and you don't get it right away just because you work for the New York Times people listen and they'll go. Well, I don't like this or this is boring or for whatever reason it resonates or it doesn't resonate and. It's. It's a free path for everybody and the beauty of it is you don't have to be connected to the Washington Post or the New York Times or any other institution but the people that think that that was the path and.

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"greenwald" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

06:35 min | 8 months ago

"greenwald" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Succeeding and the way they succeed is that. Just by place on Your TV that you accidentally stumble into, you have to actually go and find it. Decide, you're going to listen to it and a lot of times most of the time pay for it. That's what makes us successful. Why what is it? That's thriving what is it that succeeding? The people who have no interest in being part of that hegemonic media Blob who aren't concerned with affirming their. And their orthodoxies and in fact, are in a lot of ways hostile to it or at least skeptical of it and eager to explore whether or not. What they're saying is true because they don't trust any longer what they're hearing. and. You know it is like if you go back to the snowden story, right one of the reasons noting did what he did. One of the reasons he was so horrified by this. Mass indiscriminate secret surveillance because the idea of the Internet the promise of it if you go back and read what Internet enthusiasts were saying in the mid nineties into the beginning of the century was this is going to be the most unprecedented tool of liberation. And empowerment of people who don't have voices because it's going to enable people to communicate and disseminate information without having to rely on corporate structures that can afford printing presses or satellites for networks, and that was true and the problem became if you allow the government to turn it into, you know this kind of. Toronto Call Realm of surveillance you rune you gut what is promising about it, and in fact, you degrade it into this threatening weapon. That's exactly how I see censorship by facebook and twitter, and what's amazing about the censorship by Silicon Valley now. I've talked to Jack Dorsey quite a bit about this because he's someone who's a really interesting guy. He seeks out a lot of voices to hear from and to get input about cares about you know trying to make twitter a positive force in the society and he's torn in a lot of different directions by people demanding different things of him, but it's true of twitter. facebook Google they never wanted this censorship role. Not For noble reasons but because it was just it's better for their business if they get to say. You know what we don't regulate content. We're like at and T. like if somebody calls someone on at and T.'s telephone lines in plans, a Neo Nazi rally or spreads Holocaust Nihilism nobody expects at and T. to intervene in terminate that person service or cut off the call eight and T. is a content neutral platform. They say, we provide the ability for human beings to communicate. We don't control where sensor monitor and that's better for at and T. They don't have to spend the money to monitor sensor. To get yelled at about doing it. Well, we're doing poorly and they make more money because more people. That's the model that Silicon Valley wanted. The reason why they ended up censoring is because mostly liberal activist and journalist demanded that they did. So they started saying to facebook how can you allow Alex Jones Milo you're not bliss or then it became once they were kicked off you know kind of more mainstream, but still out of the norm. In increasingly, they're just expanding the range of demands that they Hafer who needs to be silenced and threatening congressional regulation if they don't do it threatening. All kinds of commissions that this responsibility to censor was foisted on these companies. But now that they're doing it, it's only going to grow. And I think this, you know attempt by twitter and facebook. To block this New York. Post. Story is one of the most alarming things that has happened in years from a perspective of free discourse free dissemination the guy from facebook who announced that the New York Post story was going to be suppressed. Spent the last fifteen or twenty years before going to facebook working as a Democratic Party operative in Washington for Senator Barbara Boxer, and then the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, he was a, he's a democratic operative and he walks onto twitter and says we at facebook are going to be suppressing the story pending our own investigation to determine its who would want silicon valley over awards unaccountable outside of the democratic process Silicon Valley overlords to control our discourse. The answer is liberals do and journalists do, and that's why they're doing it. It's just so stunning because liberals have always been synonymous with free speech in the First Amendment. The ACLU has always been about if you think about a liberal organization, the ACLU is. Probably one of the most liberal organization, iconic liberal organizations. They've always been about supporting free speech even if it's terrible support, even neo Nazis ability to have free speech, I mean this, it's been something that it's been highly controversial to some people, but it's always been people on the left understood the value and importance significance of free speech ability to accurately tell the truth to the ability to express yourself freely the ability to tell all the facts, and now they're the ones that are suppressing it because they don't like the guy who's in power because we have this guy who's such a perfect symbol of all that is wrong with power all that is wrong with someone being the president with ego and. Lies, and all the various things that people pin on trump and a lot of them accurate. But he's become this enemy and it's such an iconic enemy that they've justified all these ways of combating him using principles that violate everything they supposedly stood for. Yeah you know he really he I think trump has broken the brains of so many people. Not In a temporary way where it's all going to just you know recover instantly upon his departure, but it's going to endure permanently. And there's first of all when I was growing up kind of which shape my political outlook. We're a lot of the censorship debates in the nineteen eighties growing up as a gay kid in the suburbs and the Reagan years and with the moral majority and you know, I, remember like one big censorship controversy with sinead. O'connor went on. Saturday night live and she ripped up a picture of the pope..

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"greenwald" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

06:05 min | 8 months ago

"greenwald" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"It's crazy to see and it's crazy to see the difference between the way they're treating Biden they're treating Biden with the most gentle caressing hands. They're cheap treating him with the bit the Ba- like I've never seen Moore bias like more complete. Ignoring of some real problems with the way he communicates with the things. He says with the lies that he says like, for instance, like during the debate him saying that he never said that he was going to ban fracking. Like that's just not true. And you don't see it anywhere. You don't see it in any of these liberal media pages. No you know it. So first of all, if you go and watch the the very few interviews that he's given. I'm not saying this factor like to to use hyperbole to make a point I'm saying this because it's literally chew I. Don't think he's been asked a single hard question. This is somebody who's been in public life for fifty years. He was elected as a senator in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two he had to drop out of his first presidential race because of cereal lying plagiarism about his, you know college record and about his academic accomplishments. He somebody who has sponsored the worst most destructive policies over the last twenty years from the Iraq war to the crime bill that has made the US, the biggest prison state in the world he was part of an administration as you were alluding to earlier that has you know persecuted whistleblowers more than any other. There's a ton of things to ask them about, but in the interviews they had. Like. I don't know you probably have had that experience when you go in like you visit an old relative like one of your grandparents, a nursing home. And you know you go any kind of like soften your voice. So you don't want to be like feel like scare them or like feel abrasive and like if they make kind of anything resembling a joke like you sort of fake laugh rate like. that. That's That's how they talked to him. Interviewers television. They treat him like an old ailing grandparent. One Who is beloved and like this is the thing about this is the most amazing thing about this whole thing with cognitive decline, which anyone who watches him for fifteen minutes noses true. The people who were the first ones to disseminate that storyline. We're not supporters of Bernie Sanders once the primary got down to Biden and Bernie. It was in two, thousand, eighteen in two, thousand, nineteen when biting was by far the leading Democratic candidate because of his name recognition because. Eight years as vice president standing next to Obama. It was democratic establishment operatives, strategists, consultants just like that whole DC Professional Democratic Party class, which was petrified that he was going to get the nomination because of his name recognition because of the favorable sentiment within the party towards him because of Obama. And they were the ones and you can go find these actually read an article about it once when I started. Talking about cognitive decline and people started saying this is shitty low blow. You're just doing this to sabotage his campaign to help Bernie and I was like, are you fucking crazy like you're the one who have spent the last year and a half on morning joe in the Washington. Post. OP ED pages. You Got I don't know if you remember but there was a CNN debate when all the Democratic candidates were still part of the process when Julian Castro interrupted Biden and accused him of having contradicted what he had said three seconds ago and he was like Joe did you just forget what you said? Twenty seconds ago and then they interviewed Cory Booker and he said yes if you listen to Joe Biden, you really wonder whether he's capable of carrying the football over the fit. They were the ones petrified that he wouldn't be able to withstand the rigors of a campaign the only from saved him was the corona pandemic coronavirus pandemic which let them sit at home but had it not been for that? Their fears would have become true and now they've like declared what we can all see with our own eyes and would they themselves are saying all this time it's declared off limits to say it even though. They're the ones who recognize I that it was true and that's the kind of stuff that gets really creepy when they have the power to manipulate in control and dictate the discourse to that extent. Well, it's like they've accepted the fact that people are putting out information and saving information for very specific October surprise. So they're saying, okay, well, we're we're we're going to do is we're going to deny this information and when you're talking about the cognitive decline of Joe Biden to highlighted in to make a series of. Compilation of these gaffes that would be bad for his campaign and we don't want him to lose. You want trump to win. So we're just GONNA ignore it even though it's news, we're just GONNA ignore it but so then fake news fake news. So then it really is fake and this is where we're finding ourselves in twenty twenty where like We're person without a country we do. We don't know who to trust. We don't know when we're trying to find the news. We can't go to twitter because twitter's blocking things. Now twitter was the only thing that we trusted before because twitter was if an independent journalist was able to leak a story and put something out at least no one could stop them from putting it on twitter at. least, they didn't have to have the blessing of the Washington Post or the New York Times or anything else. They could just put something out there, and if it was verified that story could spread now, it can't even be the case because of twitter decides that is dangerous to the person that they want to win for president. They'll just pulled a story and this is where we're at and. It's terrifying. It's just. Know. Well I mean you know I talked to people about the kind of independent media that's thriving right? Your success drives a lot of journalists really crazy and it's not just you though it's if you look at the podcast..

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"greenwald" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

05:02 min | 8 months ago

"greenwald" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Was inaugurated, Chuck Schumer went on the Rachel maddow show. You can find this clip. It's online. It's amazing. And trump had been posting a bunch shocking stuff on twitter mocking the CIA for having gotten. Iraq. So wrong which they did because he was angry at them because they were essentially leaking against his administration before it even began and we're blaming Russia for his election victory, which he felt was de legitimizing him. So he started criticizing the reach and Chuck. Schumer went on Rachel Maddow's show and she asked him about it and he said. Morality and ethics aside of doing that. For a hard nosed businessman like trump claims to be, you have to be the biggest imbecile in the world to stand up to in challenge an attack the intelligence community because nobody has more weapons to destroy you if you do that, then they do. And it was kind of like a throwaway line. But in reality, it was one of the most important in candidate admissions of how the government actually works that has ever been broadcast certainly on that shitty network. But really like TV ever because he was essentially saying, there's this permanent power faction which Dwight Eisenhower warned about you know nine, hundred, sixty one when he was leaving the presidency called it the military industrial complex but there's this power, this permanent power faction that is much power more powerful than the officials we elect and you stay in Washington exit power regardless of the outcome of elections who can't challenge or Impede because they'll destroy you. And so you know Obama despite the lofty rhetoric in like the visionary posturing which I also. Don't want to say fell for it was kind of inspired by in two thousand seven has always been a very. Shrewd pragmatist. Phase known how from his time at Harvard when he became the editor in chief of the argue how to appease institutional authority and so I, think when he got into Washington, he he he thought to himself I had these ambitious agenda items like healthcare and other things than they only can get them done. If I'm not going to be provoking the ire of the CIA, which is why for example, he also said during the campaign, he would consider prosecuting the people on the CIA who tortured Helpless detainees and then quickly said, I'm going to give them immunity because he didn't want to be at war with the. CIA. So I think that's part it right like when someone like Julian, assange someone Edward snowden leaks the secrets it's not Obama necessarily, but it's the CIA the just department, the NSA FBI demanding saying this is our priority you need to punish these people are GonNa have an endless series of leaks. So part of it is that kind of calculation like a very pragmatic calculation lake look I may be president, but I'm not actually the only one who wields a lot of power in this town and then I think the other part of it is. When you become president, you're sitting in that chair. And you have like Kinda the. Unprecedented incomparable power of the US government at your disposal if you think. If, you believe too much in your own righteousness. If you believe that you're a benevolent and noble person using that power for benevolent and noble ends. Then you start to believe that anyone who stands in your way in his impeding you is somebody who inherently is ill-intentioned or at least engaged in misconduct that ought to be sanctioned and punish that kind of became part of Obama's worldview to. It's one thing to champion blowers when they're exposing George Bush and Dick Cheney's secrets. But when they're exposing your colder and Barack Obama and Joe Biden and John Kerry and Hillary Clinton secrets, it seems a lot less benevolent to somebody from Obama's per you know sitting in his place, it is amazing that Schumer would make that statement on television. Have, really seen it. Show at it's amazing Jamie just pulled it up right here trumping really dumb to fight with intelligence. It just seems like he would know better than to say that publicly specifically to say that publicly on television. Yeah I. Mean I guess when you're Chuck Schumer and you're just like a creature who's lived in that sewer for decades and barely ever emerges. Breathe. Human error. Like those those things that. Are just part of your world. So embedded in it that everyone knows you forget that it's supposed to be hidden. That is Kinda shocking to other people. You. I'll give me an example like my husband and I we rescue dogs. So we have twenty five dollars at our house. So we go out to dinner and I know it's to at dinner and someone will say like, Hey, you guys love dogs. How many dogs do you have on big? Five like it's the most natural thing in the world and of course, like every person, we say that two things fucking crazy. Like Cat Lady Order people because we forget that.

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You have to outwork everybody else.

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:40 min | 1 year ago

You have to outwork everybody else.

"I'm curly's Aken I'm Danielle Weisberg welcome skin from the couch this podcast where we go deep on career advice from women who have lived check from the good stuff like hiring and growing team to the rough stuff like negotiating your salary and giving or getting hard feedback. We started the skin from a couch, so what better place to talk it all out than it began on a couch. Hey, everyone, the show might look and sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches, the scam is working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen today joined by a powerhouse of the music industry, Julie Greenwald she is the CEO and chairman of Atlantic records during her time in the business. She's helped. Advance the careers of Bruno Mars. Kelly Clarkson at Sharon. Just to name a few chewy were really excited to have you with us today. Welcome to skin from the couch. They you for having me so truly. We're GONNA. Jump in, ask you to skim your resume for us. I went to two lane university go graduated in nineteen ninety wine, and then I did a program called teach for America where I taught in the calliope projects, and then I started working at Rush Management With Lear Coin Your Cohen's assistant from ninety two to ninety. Re Unwind Ninety. Three moved over to detmer hurts and became the promotions coordinator, and then from ninety three to ninety nine worked my way up industrial records, and then ninety nine took over island records and became the head of marketing for island addict. Jam. Then I'm not quite sure when I became president with now it's not to get causey with my dates, but I do know in two thousand four I. I came over to Atlantic records online I've been at Atlantic records since two thousand four Julie with something that is not on your kind of official bio that we should know about you I. Don't think I officially. put down. That I am a mom with two kids by that is probably my most favorite part of my life is that I am a twenty year old and a sixteen year old. That's great I want to kind of just start with the elephant in the room that we're all dealing with which is how to run companies amid stay global pandemic, the music industry is interesting, because in some ways you know, it seems like you have a lot of talented people who are at home, and a moment of reflection in some sorts and I'm sure they'll be a lot of good hopefully music to come out with it. But how are you thinking about this time? So for the artists that have been able to continue to give us, music is been business as usual in terms of. Thinking of Creative Marketing and promotional. For these artists rollout there songs, obviously facing different challenges, which is. Creation of music video photo shoots. We've sent artist green screens. We've sent them ring lights, and so been really just trying to keep everybody focused on the fact that the world is listening to music right now to help through such a terrible time, and so many artists are giving great music to continue out there. They're a bunch of artists that still need to get into a studio. Need a collaboration and those artists. Were just trying to be really good partners and friends to down and tell them that you know. Hey, it's okay. Take this time, maybe just right in a notebook and try to just be you know thoughtful, and in good partners to our artists that are staring at the fact that they may not be able to tour. You know for the. Future and so we're just trying to make sure that they see the light to buy you know. Streaming has really offered us a way to share their art and music and doing these live streams social. That, they can stay connected to their hands. I think we've been incredibly lucky. In terms of all the businesses that are really been affected were continuing to. Market and promote during this time. And as a leader, how have you been trying to set your team up remotely and keep them focused at a time when there's so much uncertainty? So, I personally jumped writing at first and I do weekly email. It's very personal. Email to my whole company every Sunday night to talk about okay. We're about to start in next week. Know Week two week three and I share my stories and I let them know that. Now I'm in a house with two crazy kids and husband and a dog just diagnosed. Diagnosed with cancer and Chemo and and so you know I let them know that I to going through you know challenging situations, and then also set up a time for every department where I call it either morning tea, or after key, where every assistant coordinator manager director on up gets an opportunity to see me on the screen and talk to me in. In us. We questions so I can kind of let them know what we're talking about. Upstairs and keep sharing the fact that we don't know when we're GONNA. Come back when it's okay because we're working. How can I help you and in really like? Let them see that they can. Individually email may call me facetime with me and I'm right there in the. The canoe with them.

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"greenwald" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"greenwald" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"From Libertarians. Who have always composed a minority but a substantial minority of my readership. Who agree a lot with my civil liberties? An anti curious visions is exactly not like how is it that you can be so skeptical of government when it comes to military power in civil liberties abuses but then trust them so much to redistribute wealth and I think it goes back to in a lot of ways the left lane critique that I mentioned libertarianism or at least capitalism earlier which is there a lot of people on the left when I mentioned crony capitalism. Who said regard crony capitalism as an oxymoron? That there's no such thing as any kind of capitalism besides crony capitalism then and the founders talked about this as well that you can guarantee a political rights but if you allow income and wealth inequality to get to severe. Eventually it'll road. It will erode political rights and rights of justice because capitalism will create this class of people who are so economically powerful that inevitably it'll spillover into political power as well. I haven't not to think that I happen to think that you can have a capitalist system but need government rules to regulate it to make sure that it doesn't turn into corrupt crony capitalism Of Soft Socialism is very similar. So I think that you can have income inequality wealth inequality so severe that you no longer have a meaningful meaningfully free political system because you can have it in aim only like we have it. But then at the same time have the class of oligarchs and wealthy people be so economically powerful that they control the levers of government so trying to eliminate not eliminate two zero but reduced to a reasonable degree social and economic inequality is not to me dangerous in the sense that you vast surveillance power or other power in the hands of the government. It's actually necessary to prevent governments from becoming perverted in their own power. Because I don't see how you can sustain even a democratic system where people are elected if the ones to whom they're beholden are the wealthiest people so when it comes time to bail out the bail out the country. They're the ones who get the money. And my understanding of Libertarian Doctrine. To the extent that you know I read. I read reason magazine for a long time and have listened to allow Tabuchi. Tyrians debate and speak is that many Libertarians. Maybe most account for the fact that society can become so unequal in its wealth distribution so you have a tiny portion of the population who are billionaires and everybody else who barely is able to maintain subsistence for their families that some government intervention is justified in order to at least equal the playing field to some degree because they concentrated economic our like monopolies for example need government intervention. I do think there's an opportunity for the same kinds of government abuse of power when you're empowering them to redistribute wealth as when you're empowering them to monitor the population but I also think that there can be safeguards in controls like there is with government surveillance will be let government surveilled people. But we say you have to go to court in order to justify why search warrant is needed. In this case I think you can have oversight and regulatory functions for how wealth gets read redistributed as well. But I don't deny there's attention I just don't think it's an air resolvable on and I think absent government intervention like pure unrestrained capitalism as the founders warn will lead to a la- Garki as opposed to anything resembling democracy or republic where the rights exist on paper but can be easily overridden by unconstrained power. That comes from unconstrained wealth. And and I'm I'm more interested in your answer than trying to rebut any of that but as you mentioned all of that it makes me think about the role that you've played in the conversation about surveillance and I always wondered what your thoughts are now about where we stand and about the progress that has been made and those issues if you are optimistic about our ability to actually achieve reforms and keep people interested in these issues or if you are somewhat disappointed by the way things have unfolded since the revelations about the mass surveillance programs that exist in those same programs have played a role in the the Russia gate controversy. You just mentioned the court stutter. Important or is supposed to be instrumental in restraining government and preventing abuses. But of course we have seen some things. Recently that suggest the system hasn't worked out necessarily as well as some people Michael Moynihan thought it might don't bring me very interesting. I'm going to talk to you about down here. I'm GonNa go find those imposed them on twitter. Mock Michael John Glenn in your calm down on twitter feed nicer and nothing happened. It's it's GonNa Be Gentle Mockery Mockery for sure. I Miss I miss before. You're GonNa there's just I miss update seven. I didn't give up all my own mental held. No I think because the FIS court was always a fucking joke and everybody recognize it as such. It has like a ninety eight point nine nine point eight percent approval rating in its thirty year history and the reason is obvious which is only one side gets to show up and has a lawyer. I know very well like any. Does that if only one side shows up only one lawyer shows up and get to say whatever they want with no questioning opposition or alternative facts presented. You're always GONNA win. It's like the most rigged system possible so only the Justice Department goes to the court but the dynamic that's even more disturbing as the following which is if the government comes and says to a judge in secret. We need to eavesdrop on this person. Because we think they're plotting to blow up times square or a subway or an airplane even if the judge is unconvinced by the evidence presented which often they are. The incentive overwhelmingly is to sign. The visor warned. Because if you sign the warrant and it out. The person is in danger. Nobody's ever going to no no harm. No foul but if you're the judge. Who Rejects? That is a war and the person goes in blows up subway and kills three hundred people the first thing the FBI is going to say. Don't blame us. Tried to monitor this person's communications and that judge right there said no and that the blood is on that person's hand so intrinsic to the whole process has always been the overwhelming incentive to. Just be a rubber stamp which is really the intention of it to begin with. Everybody knew that and it was only during Russia gate. What everybody certainly knew it? As part of the SNOWDEN story I remember very well and they barely announced about the fence. Oh worry we have. This great is a process in place as a safeguard because everybody already knew because of the two thousand five. Ashini story that the New York Times broke about domestic eavesdropping where they circumvented advisor. Nobody could understand. Why did you circumvent is that? There's no reason they say yes. In every case it was common knowledge that it was a bullshit. Illusory process but Russia gate is really what revitalize the mythology around all of these safeguards because the liberal resistance fighters the underground brave armed fighters against here in the United States elevated CIA FBI and homeland security agents as their champions right. It's like the weirdest resistance. Aber a resistance that venerates the security state of that country. I think it's the first time it's ever happened. There's a first for everything I other movement venerating. The security agency armed security agents doubted states and they made them all on cable there. Michael Hayden's book. That Matt is holding up another one by James Clapper very honorable people who are now liberal stars. I remember you know like they would go. They would have hacker conferences and they would wear like Robert Mueller t-shirts as though he were takeover era even though he was he was nine eleven. Fbi Director who lied about Iraq. Wmd's that became the liberal. Ethos they venerated these people as experts and of course they were saying during Russia Gate. Oh look they got a visor warrant against Carter page? That is serious shit. You know there's real substance to it because you don't get biza words easily unless you have really rock solid evidence. That person is an agent of the Russian government and of course by the way that New Yorker article does mention and I remember. I think this is right where where I think. It was Ian Frazier that wrote it was that WHO Yeah designed to convict me as being mentally ill. Which is why I refuse to see what everybody's saying sees. Which is the compress collusion right? Before is that are equally. Means the drop is about as a result of this podcast. There's one part of that piece where he's where he's like. Well you know. This interview happened before Carter Page and all that looking back at it and I'm like you know that kind of guy that was ambling through like Manhattan. Hello Russian. It was like insane I remember. I'm Chris Hayes and they would like spend all day twitter mocking Carter page for being this like autistic clown which was offensive very S. I should add like mocking him for being that. And then at the same time insisting that this was a confession that he was even the mastermind. Agent the Kremlin here to subvert American democracy and of course it turned out that even Robert Muller said. There was zero evidence that he ever they were. He was so fucking wrongly vilified and they got a FIS awaren- on him to read his conversations one of the worst abuses a us the US government can possibly commit getting a warrant to survival US citizens communications in the middle of an election based on fraudulent affidavits. And no one treats that like it's serious because they all took it seriously at the time so yeah I mean. I think that that has been one of my big. Tom's not just with Russia gate. But with a whole ray warriors resistance is that they took these people who I loved halt for decades and venerated them into the funds of wisdom the fucking CIA. Those are the people that we trust now. Giving Henry Kissinger didn't have anything to say about Russia Gate. That was because then he would have been wheeled out to be the the other guy. Just be next the clapper and yeah no it is. It is funny. I've actually thought that you know as coming to the end here. I thought we were going to get through this podcast without mentioning. Russia came up and we needed a little the fire. I'm happy about that. I'm always happy to talk about it. What can I can. I ask you that that that question though which I think is something that it's not a political question but it is something that comes up when your name comes up when I talked to other journals about it and when I see an online and the rest of it is the fire is the Glenn Greenwald Passion and in that piece you said well..

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"greenwald" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"greenwald" Discussed on On The Media

"Now. Joe Welcome on the media pleasure to be here according to the Brazilian government. What exactly were Greenwald's crimes? They allege that he essentially participated in the hacking of a a series of texts messages. That were later released on Brazil. Intercept focused on corruption investigation that the intercept showed was relatively tainted that helped lead into President Bolsonaro 's rise. They say that he participated in the crime because he advised his anonymous sources to delete their copies of the text messages after they sent them. Glenn Greenwald says he understands resilient law he was scrupulous to stay within the letter of Brazilian law and that it's standard journalistic practice to help your sources. Keep themselves out of danger while they're speaking with you and that's what he was doing when he says he simply elite told them that he was keeping copies. Text messages. They didn't need to. They say no you were helping them to evade detection. And that's being part of the conspiracy and it's a crime now. This is horrified. Press freedom advocates the world over. Not only because of the case in Brazil itself but because in I know it seems to be part of a trend of governments especially right wing governments using cybercrime laws to prosecute just complain journalism. which was the accusation in the very similar prosecution of wikileaks founder? Julian assange there are indeed indeed some striking similarities and also striking differences. Can you review the assange case briefly so we can do a little compare and contrast so the case against assange dodge which was ultimately bought by the trump administration after the Obama administration declined to make this argument was that he essentially violated the United States says main anti hacking law the computer fraud and Abuse Act. which is several decades old distant nineteen eighty-six because during his conversation of this Chelsea Manning? He said that he he could help her crack. Password would allow her to log in under a different identity and gather more information that she could then leak to wikileaks wchs. The argument is that goes beyond journalism and makes him partying. spiracy is is is a violation of computer crime which reasonably raises raises all sorts of slippery slope concerns. But it's also not fundamentally insane. I mean there is evidence that he not only received the shall. I'd say stolen goods but helped the burglar get access to the vault. No yes that's true. And there's a bit of a split between free press advocates. Who are a little wary of align themselves the Sanjiv because they say that a step too far and not what a journalist ought to do? But then there's this separate group of cybersecurity experts who are very concerned with the way that this decades old anti hacking law is being stretched and molded to fit technology technology. That was never remotely envisioned in Nineteen eighty-six anyone who deals with computer networks or large scale digital files honestly doesn't know Oh what danger he or she might be getting into in. This includes journalists also includes cyber security researchers academic researchers all sorts of people who deal with computers every day. And it's it's yet another example of how law has not remotely kept up with the technology. We're all living with day-to-day all right so back to Greenwald. The Brazilian governments allegation is that because Greenwald seemed to be inciting the leakers to cover their tracks ex. He was in effect participating in the crime itself. If it was in fact a crime that argument hold any water not according to most free press advocates in the US and in Brazil. I'm not an expert on Brazilian law. But it's pretty common practice for journalists to help their sources sources stays secure and it's common to offer basic cyber security advice and it seems like that's what he was doing. Greenwald is a controversial. She'll figure even among journalists partly because of what is perceived as a denial is About Russian misconduct and mischief in the world and It's certainly a gadfly. He's quite outspoken. And yet it seems like everybody in the press world is is lining up behind him. Is there anyone that you've encountered who who thinks that he's just getting what's coming to. I'm sure there are. I haven't having encountered them. You know one thing about Greenwald is you know again. He's quite controversial but love him or hate him. He is at the forefront of journalism based on on large-scale Digital Leagues and his argument is that governments are trying to criminalize these leaks because they incredibly damaging to governments to corporations to others. There's and you know what happens to him could be a canary in the coal. Mine for what happens to you. Know many large news organizations that are very interested in doing real accountability audibly journalism based on. large-scale leaks now. You spoke to Glenn Greenwald this week. What's his story? He was absolutely adamant about his innocence. Says that he's you know not only an attorney highly familiar with resilient law and has lived in Brazil for years has a whole staff that pays close attention to these things and he very scrupulously fearlessly ensured that he was on the right side of Brazilian law throughout all of his reporting including on this corruption. Investigation key also was more willing than a lot of the press freedom advocates in the. US have been to drive direct connection to the assange case. He acknowledges that what assange did was different from what he did and may not have been a scrupulous about staying on the right side of the law but was quick to say that this is part of a slippery slope that once once we've expanded anti-hacking laws to cover these efforts to help. Keep your sources secure while the communicating with you. Well could this lead into criminalising reporter saying hey wanted to reach out to me on an encrypted chat line now with the convergence of you know the rise of authoritarian area and increasingly authoritarian regimes. All over the west and this growing trend of using often dated statutes shoots to go after journalists doing journalism. You know how frightened should we be about press freedom in what we used to call the free world absolutely Louis. You should be quite concerned about. It is the way that people do. Journalism now is not envisioned by pretty much anyone when they developed the current slate of anti-hacking laws in most countries and the way that those laws can be retrofitted and adjusted to go after a nation's enemies. They are quite concerning. It's just one of many ways in which the meeting of authoritarianism and technology is the thing that should concern us greatly now not to put a fine point on it today. It's Glenn Greenwald. Yesterday it was Julian assange tomorrow. It could be you because you use as a routine matter of your reporting You encourage your sources to protect themselves with exactly the kind of software applications nations and techniques. That Greenwald was apparently commending to his sources no absolutely in my twitter bio I I tell everyone here's how you can reach me on encrypted APPS on the Washington Post's website there's a secure drop where people can honestly share documents with post journalists journalists. This is a standard tool of journalism. Now into the extent to which the end of this slippery slope is criminalising that that will be a okay. Great blow to the free press. Ah Joe Thank you so much thank you very much. Joseph marks is cybersecurity reporter for the Washington Hinton Post that's been and the media podcast extra. Keep your ears out for our big show on Friday and meantime check out our instagram account at on the media..

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"greenwald" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

13:59 min | 1 year ago

"greenwald" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

"Welcome to useful welcome d-fs hits I'm Katie Helper. And that is until you do that right. A lot of stuff going on in the last twenty four thirty six hours although by the time you yes it'll be like seventy two hours. We'll make it so good that you won't mind it'll just flow. It'll go back in time when you're watching the whole all space time continuum thing. We'll be violated a doctor who exactly so we have a great show talking to a friend of show Glenn Greenwald G she. He demanded to be on the cut that we don't want to. We don't WanNA blow up his spot but I think he'd be comfortable with that sharing that mission to cut it out and it's going to be very very interesting thing in animated conversation and a lot of stuff this week involving the campaign just a lot of crazy messaging the looniness happening on the eve of the debate eight this week so we'll get to all that we should start off as we always do at the top of the show only four Republicans. Democrats psych isn't that we're isn't that terrible lots of stuff on all sides so it's Republicans this week. So Republicans suck. I think it's just the sort of General Jingoism McCarthyism thing that the Republicans have no lean into after three years of complaining about the Russia. Thing right after three years of being on the other side of the jingle mystic stuff right. They've come back after the SULEJMANI attack suddenly like instantaneously like nothing ever happened. They've gone straight back. The two thousand and two thousand three anyone. WHO's against them in love with terrorists Chris in League with Iran? There were ton of these incidents incidents this week. You know the Doug Collins said the Democrats are in love with terrorists I did say Sumani honey was handsome. So did further that you're crushing. Little crashing is crashed crashed. Lindsey Graham saying that Mike Lee he was enabling the enemy. Trump tweeted out a picture of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in Iranian garb or. He Re tweeted a picture. There's just a lot of this insanity and and this is happening at exactly the same time. Nancy Pelosi is still doing this stuff like the CNN. A story this week. Basically saying that Pelosi was musing. That Mitch McConnell has some kind of connection to Russian so it's just really annoying that this is now going to become sort of standard fare Partisan politics and the Republicans. You would think I guess I wouldn't. Why would you think that? But the but after three years of bitching and moaning about this you would think they would stop right. I mean you would think that they would stop. You would hope maybe that they would. Actually I think at the you know what's cool about. Is that Tulsi Gabbard. Who is an very anti war and anti regime change war although according to joy and read I shouldn't even say that word because that's a Russian term regime change? Yeah so vitale. Joyon wake me up. But it's cool because she is really going after trump and going after this ask and which is nice for all the people who kind of like an you've seen this and encountered this on other people who call her like trump enabler or a closet trump accolade accolate. Or you know. She's she's carrying out the wishes of trump by the way. I don't know if you saw this but now I guess Trump is saying it doesn't really matter if someone posed an imminent threat which is kind of amazing right. Yeah well horns part of it is that. I don't think he understands why you have to call it an imminent threat right because because it's sort of illegal if you don't our legal defenses constructed on the idea that that we do these things when when we commit military acts of aggression that aren't within the the framework of a UN Security Council resolution that we can do that if it has were defending of imminent attacks defense on this US grand scale. Yeah so it has to be that right and he Olympic. He understands that they have to. Maybe he doesn't care that anyway. That's I I don't know how you feel about that but I just entire thing annoying. I'm very happy about it. Matt the killing I'm happy about the downing of the airline I'm happy about the Republicans ends you know. No no terrible for Damn Cirque We have a story. That's kind of like DEM's most stem suck but there's some good dem's here and there so what we have is AFC announced she Launched a pack a new pack to help insurgent left wing candidates. That's and that's basically in response to the revelations that the D triple C is trying to boycott vendors who who work with primary challenger. She tweeted I give quite a bit fellow. Dem's we fundraise over three hundred thousand for others more than my dues with over fifty percent going to swing states swing seats. The D triple. C made clear that they will blacklist any or accept help progressive candidates. Like me I can choose not to fund that kind of exclusion totally fair. I think my opinion. Well the interesting thing about this is that it just makes more overt this schism. That's being driven between rank bullock. AFC Sanders News and the traditional Democrats. I mean that it's just blown wide open last week or so and when money starts getting involved That's that's when these these splits become formal formal right and I think this is this last period before I win New Hampshire before this primary contest really gets rolling is. It's going to end up being a historic moment in the history of this party. I think because because of stuff like this this is just crazy. And the D. Triple A.. You know we saw them start to do this a couple of years ago when they when they were really leaning heavily into discouraging certain kinds of candidates encouraging others and and now is going to be essentially a formality that they're going to be two different fundraising in a way. I mean. So this is a dem suck and a couple of them are good at not as Institutionalized Roy not as part of the machine route I mean it's just desert. These were divided in suck right. Yeah depend more. Yeah the establishment one suck establishment. Dem Suck It's it's called the courage to change pack already career. Yeah so that's good. Thank you for that bravery right. I mean it's totally isn't it. It's only fair game. Because they have a blacklist. You can't and you. You can't really do what they're doing and expect people just take it. I guess you can't expect them. Take it because historically they have this. AFC and I guess guess you can say the other members of the squad. They have enormous fundraising power. They have enormous social media power. They wouldn't have been able to do something like this right for four years ago. Now the way the media started structured the they have their own ability to raise money similar to what you know sanders showing in this campaign the ability to raise not just significant amount of money. But more than anybody else Chewing the traditional methods. It's just that changes the whole dynamic because you wouldn't have been able to because they were dependent on upon the the money right from the committee before now. That's what Nancy say. Like she has her tweets. She has her public public over for tweets or whatever all these people have their public whatever and their twitter world but they don't have any following therefore therefore people and that's how many votes they got. This is about the squad. Yes this claiming reported last year in the context of the whole go back thing hanging remember correctly For those right before trump really took his cue from that but this came out remember. There was a whole series of stories that came out about Democratic officials complaining about whether she wants to wants to be a twitter celebrity or a member of the party. Right in a jealous God for one on the left who does what trump does basically basically responsibly in other words not what trump does as in like tweeting at four am about invading bombing countries. But I mean God forbid we have personalities on the left that would be she is doing with trump. So she's bypassing the party structure and even the press I've said before she's like a good trump. Incredibly Savvy knows how to troll troll. The enemy drives them crazy And it's pretty immune to Institutional pressure and media attempted media criticism. Right right remember. They released video of her dancing when she was in college. And she just looked extremely appealing or they were complaining about her. She wore a nice suit therefore how could she really be a socialist. I mean this stuff is just stupid it actually makes her look better now. And and don't don't be fooled by that quote from from Nancy Pelosi like she understands percents exactly like responding to. She understands how important that is so now. Now the next step of this is let's start using mcvay dueling. Yeah let's see if you're going to beach behavior like this. We're just going to do our own thing but it's going to be a significant step for the. Isn't that weird. It's just Scorpions suitcases again. penny the story. This this week is that guy in Sri Lanka got arrested trying to carry two hundred scorpions out of the country back to China. Is that like a repatriation thing. A nationalist movement he was smuggling Scorpions. I guess that's a job you can come on Bryce a lot more important problems problems in Sri Lanka and they had excellent pictures of the hall. Were they going to live. How big are Scorpions opinions? They look like pretty decent. He's GonNa they are poor state. Look scary it's funny. You say that despite the fact that they can pierce you and sting you. They look scared Gary surprisingly it looks scary. And as a whole bunch of just like what are those Medicaid one of the things that was my question about are they scorpion cases. Can you go to a store and we should turn that into a new phrase for anything that looks like that. It's basically it's a plastic case with dividers the dividers. It kind of looks like you may not know this but if you go into jewel jewelry beating store like there used to be a lot of these things that you go in. It's kind of fun. You take your beads and then you can make them in the store they would you take them and things like that. Do Scorpion beating is actually. They've probably could make a lot of stuff out of their shells. I'm all torn corner of this. You know I like animals. I don't like animal cruelty and you know what I I'm not torn over this. It's just hard. It's not like Koala level or like really cute. I animal sound like a piglet a puppy dog that somebody has a job. There's a person lobsters the do look like lobsters anyway. So that is weird. Somebody has a weird job. So what happened to him doing now. I don't know he's probably being put to death right. I mean it's Sri Lanka by Scorpion. Right yeah I always thought that would be great idea by the way that drunkenly discussing college. Each state used an indigenous animal executes indigenous rights. Right right yeah exactly so in Maine you'd have somebody rams by Mousse or something like that. Where do lobsters reside New England could mean they'd have to battle title the figure out? I wonder who wins between the lobster battle to enough lobsters silly quickly. What do we have for? Isn't that terrible. Isn't that terrible it's a landlord pushed to death in Queens Queens landlord. Trying to collect two hundred dollars. Background was allegedly shoved down the front steps by by a deadbeat tenant. This is the daily news describing a deadly pushed con surveillance video. Police and the victims families said Monday. Edgar Moncayo seventy. It seems standing outside the Corona House. Sunday afternoon talking with his wife on the phone and trying to gain access to the building when his tenant twenty two year old. Alex Garcia says open front door. Call the police. The landlord says House wife and Spanish as he tries to storm the door. According to the doorbell video footage obtained by the daily news moments later. Garces this is upper. Body appears in the video frame as forcefully leans out the door and shoves the elderly man off the stoop sending Mocha flying backwards and smashing onto the pavement at the foot of the entry staffed. So what's the this is just a terrible thing that happens on camera suffered a traumatic brain injury. Medic took him to Elmer's hospital where he died. She's so this is terrible wrote now. It's also terrible P. R. for the housing rates intents rights community. This landlord seems like a decent guy. I just trying to collect some money but I don't want this to color the way that people see housing rights activists not all pushing to death outside the rate from shoot. Yeah I just WanNa make sure that. That's clear okay. So it's personal. Isn't that terrible. And then it could be a political. Isn't that terrible. If we let that I'm a I'm afraid the landlord lobby the real estate lobby. which is very powerful? is going to try to weaponized that. Yeah this is terrible I mean can you imagine I feel so bad for the guy and his family I don't think the guy knew he was going to push him to his death by now. We're back to fill any murder which is another well. Yeah but you know where I fall on that. Can we do a very just just to clear it up. I WANNA share really really short thing. That's an isn't that almost terrible condemn have been terrible. Sure which was actually averted but could have been very funny so six Chip units were sent in pursuit of a car southbound on highway nine nine afterwards reported that a young passenger was displaying a piece piece of notebook paper on which he scrawled me not my mom help and they engaged they engaged in like a fast speed chase and twenty miles later at eight mile road the chip force the car.

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"greenwald" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"greenwald" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

"Welcome to useful welcome d-fs hits I'm Katie Helper. And that is until you do that right. A lot of stuff going on in the last twenty four thirty six hours although by the time you yes it'll be like seventy two hours. We'll make it so good that you won't mind it'll just flow. It'll go back in time when you're watching the whole all space time continuum thing. We'll be violated a doctor who exactly so we have a great show talking to a friend of show Glenn Greenwald G she. He demanded to be on the cut that we don't want to. We don't WanNA blow up his spot but I think he'd be comfortable with that sharing that mission to cut it out and it's going to be very very interesting thing in animated conversation and a lot of stuff this week involving the campaign just a lot of crazy messaging the looniness happening on the eve of the debate eight this week so we'll get to all that we should start off as we always do at the top of the show only four Republicans. Democrats psych isn't that we're isn't that terrible lots of stuff on all sides so it's Republicans this week. So Republicans suck. I think it's just the sort of General Jingoism McCarthyism thing that the Republicans have no lean into after three years of complaining about the Russia. Thing right after three years of being on the other side of the jingle mystic stuff right. They've come back after the SULEJMANI attack suddenly like instantaneously like nothing ever happened. They've gone straight back. The two thousand and two thousand three anyone. WHO's against them in love with terrorists Chris in League with Iran? There were ton of these incidents incidents this week. You know the Doug Collins said the Democrats are in love with terrorists I did say Sumani honey was handsome. So did further that you're crushing. Little crashing is crashed crashed. Lindsey Graham saying that Mike Lee he was enabling the enemy. Trump tweeted out a picture of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in Iranian garb or. He Re tweeted a picture. There's just a lot of this insanity and and this is happening at exactly the same time. Nancy Pelosi is still doing this stuff like the CNN. A story this week. Basically saying that Pelosi was musing. That Mitch McConnell has some kind of connection to Russian so it's just really annoying that this is now going to become sort of standard fare Partisan politics and the Republicans. You would think I guess I wouldn't. Why would you think that? But the but after three years of bitching and moaning about this you would think they would stop right. I mean you would think that they would stop. You would hope maybe that they would. Actually I think at the you know what's cool about. Is that Tulsi Gabbard. Who is an very anti war and anti regime change war although according to joy and read I shouldn't even say that word because that's a Russian term regime change? Yeah so vitale. Joyon wake me up. But it's cool because she is really going after trump and going after this ask and which is nice for all the people who kind of like an you've seen this and encountered this on other people who call her like trump enabler or a closet trump accolade accolate. Or you know. She's she's carrying out the wishes of trump by the way. I don't know if you saw this but now I guess Trump is saying it doesn't really matter if someone posed an imminent threat which is kind of amazing right. Yeah well horns part of it is that. I don't think he understands why you have to call it an imminent threat right because because it's sort of illegal if you don't our legal defenses constructed on the idea that that we do these things when when we commit military acts of aggression that aren't within the the framework of a UN Security Council resolution that we can do that if it has were defending of imminent attacks defense on this US grand scale. Yeah so it has to be that right and he Olympic. He understands that they have to. Maybe he doesn't care that anyway. That's I I don't know how you feel about that but I just entire thing annoying. I'm very happy about it. Matt the killing I'm happy about the downing of the airline I'm happy about the Republicans ends you know. No no terrible for Damn Cirque We have a story. That's kind of like DEM's most stem suck but there's some good dem's here and there so what we have is AFC announced she Launched a pack a new pack to help insurgent left wing candidates. That's and that's basically in response to the revelations that the D triple C is trying to boycott vendors who who work with primary challenger. She tweeted I give quite a bit fellow. Dem's we fundraise over three hundred thousand for others more than my dues with over fifty percent going to swing states swing seats. The D triple. C made clear that they will blacklist any or accept help progressive candidates. Like me I can choose not to fund that kind of exclusion totally fair. I think my opinion. Well the interesting thing about this is that it just makes more overt this schism. That's being driven between rank bullock. AFC Sanders News and the traditional Democrats. I mean that it's just blown wide open last week or so and when money starts getting involved That's that's when these these splits become formal formal right and I think this is this last period before I win New Hampshire before this primary contest really gets rolling is. It's going to end up being a historic moment in the history of this party. I think because because of stuff like this this is just crazy. And the D. Triple A.. You know we saw them start to do this a couple of years ago when they when they were really leaning heavily into discouraging certain kinds of candidates encouraging others and and now is going to be essentially a formality that they're going to be two different fundraising in a way. I mean. So this is a dem suck and a couple of them are good at not as Institutionalized Roy not as part of the machine route I mean it's just desert. These were divided in suck right. Yeah depend more. Yeah the establishment one suck establishment. Dem Suck It's it's called the courage to change pack already career. Yeah so that's good. Thank you for that bravery right. I mean it's totally isn't it. It's only fair game. Because they have a blacklist. You can't and you. You can't really do what they're doing and expect people just take it. I guess you can't expect them. Take it because historically they have this. AFC and I guess guess you can say the other members of the squad. They have enormous fundraising power. They have enormous social media power. They wouldn't have been able to do something like this right for four years ago. Now the way the media started structured the they have their own ability to raise money similar to what you know sanders showing in this campaign the ability to raise not just significant amount of money. But more than anybody else Chewing the traditional methods. It's just that changes the whole dynamic because you wouldn't have been able to because they were dependent on upon the the money right from the committee before now. That's what Nancy say. Like she has her tweets. She has her public public over for tweets or whatever all these people have their public whatever and their twitter world but they don't have any following therefore therefore people and that's how many votes they got. This is about the squad. Yes this claiming reported last year in the context of the whole go back thing hanging remember correctly For those right before trump really took his cue from that but this came out remember. There was a whole series of stories that came out about Democratic officials complaining about whether she wants to wants to be a twitter celebrity or a member of the party. Right in a jealous God for one on the left who does what trump does basically basically responsibly in other words not what trump does as in like tweeting at four am about invading bombing countries. But I mean God forbid we have personalities on the left that would be she is doing with trump. So she's bypassing the party structure and even the press I've said before she's like a good trump. Incredibly Savvy knows how to troll troll. The enemy drives them crazy And it's pretty immune to Institutional pressure and media attempted media criticism. Right right remember. They released video of her dancing when she was in college. And she just looked extremely appealing or they were complaining about her. She wore a nice suit therefore how could she really be a socialist. I mean this stuff is just stupid it actually makes her look better now. And and don't don't be fooled by that quote from from Nancy Pelosi like she understands percents exactly like responding to. She understands how important that is so now. Now the next step of this is let's start using mcvay dueling. Yeah let's see if you're going to beach behavior like this. We're just going to do our own thing but it's going to be a significant step for the. Isn't that weird. It's just Scorpions suitcases again. penny the story. This this week is that guy in Sri Lanka got arrested trying to carry two hundred scorpions out of the country back to China. Is that like a repatriation thing. A nationalist movement he was smuggling Scorpions. I guess that's a job you can come on Bryce a lot more important problems problems in Sri Lanka and they had excellent pictures of the hall. Were they going to live. How big are Scorpions opinions? They look like pretty decent. He's GonNa they are poor state. Look scary it's funny. You say that despite the fact that they can pierce you and sting you. They look scared Gary surprisingly it looks scary. And as a whole bunch of just like what are those Medicaid one of the things that was my question about are they scorpion cases. Can you go to a store and we should turn that into a new phrase for anything that looks like that. It's basically it's a plastic case with dividers the dividers. It kind of looks like you may not know this but if you go into jewel jewelry beating store like there used to be a lot of these things that you go in. It's kind of fun. You take your beads and then you can make them in the store they would you take them and things like that. Do Scorpion beating is actually. They've probably could make a lot of stuff out of their shells. I'm all torn corner of this. You know I like animals. I don't like animal cruelty and you know what I I'm not torn over this. It's just hard. It's not like Koala level or like really cute. I animal sound like a piglet a puppy dog that somebody has a job. There's a person lobsters the do look like lobsters anyway. So that is weird. Somebody has a weird job. So what happened to him doing now. I don't know he's probably being put to death right. I mean it's Sri Lanka by Scorpion. Right yeah I always thought that would be great idea by the way that drunkenly discussing college. Each state used an indigenous animal executes indigenous rights. Right right yeah exactly so in Maine you'd have somebody rams by Mousse or something like that. Where do lobsters reside New England could mean they'd have to battle title the figure out? I wonder who wins between the lobster battle to enough lobsters silly quickly. What do we have for? Isn't that terrible. Isn't that terrible it's a landlord pushed to death in Queens Queens landlord. Trying to collect two hundred dollars. Background was allegedly shoved down the front steps by by a deadbeat tenant. This is the daily news describing a deadly pushed con surveillance video..

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"greenwald" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"greenwald" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Maybe things I think she feels as a woman of maybe the roughly the same age as her when she didn't get that kind of turns a bit bitter and then there's you know a further development in the piece where she says. Oh maybe it's not Madonna's job to do these things for me and it's like well really like the Ellsworth this out at the beginning. The profile is not a place for you to work out your particular anxieties and use the stars and Mirror. I think that's one of the things that really gets. That's wrong also as well. Madonna said that she was just but I think the the writer showed. I do know her weird disdain for youth as well right. In the beginning of the peace she sees Madonna playing awards ceremony and she surrounded by much younger pop stars and she said scenario about the Moan about young pop fans saying that you know. There's no way that they really recognize what's here in their wake. But this generation of young pop fans are probably more informed than anybody. WHO's before them because they go to all of their fingertips and Phantom is predicated on deep forensic knowledge of things? Another problem perhaps was the lack of conversation fissionable music especially with female singers. Who see there's a lot of the time you know? Let's concentrate on the clothing or up with the age or anything else so you beloved to read like a long peaceable Edwin only about music itself but there's been some good examples. I think there's one that you particularly like about Mariah Carey wasn't on pitchfork. It was it was a pitch from us this year. And it's just a Q.. And A. It's not a profile Madonna Mariah Carey is somebody who Sort of a similar way to Madonna has been l'ambassade as a diva for her career. and not taken seriously really and you know she has a public reputation. It's that she asks for a bowl of EMINEM's little yellow ones taken out and like a room full of white cats and all these things probably aren't true then is into the journalist. Go Alex Frank. He sits down with her and he takes seriously as a songwriter producer. I didn't even know that she produced music. which is my bad? Never finding that out but the cultural image of Mariah where I carry loomed so large that you don't think of other. It's not like the first thing that comes to mind with the first thing you talked about her and they have a really rich conversation about songwriting and process and then through going in through the angle he also gets lots of personal stuff out of her as well because I think the impression that she feels like she's being taken seriously by this person who knows everything about her and so she can have like a conversation on a good level with them often say I just want to talk about the music and that is boring because nobody wants to hear you talk into sound on sound magazine. Nobody wants to hear about particularly how you made a song because it's alienating because most people can't do that to hear Madonna talk about like the craft and songwriting in that way in this specific decisions that she makes. I think that would be really interesting. We're discussing the Mariah Carey article. Is there any other iconic celebrity profiles that you've read throughout your lifetime could even something recent that you'd be able to recommend and so you know what that's how we do it. God this so many of them I mean I feel like Taffy. EICHNER is the queen of them at the moment like the one that she wrote Gwyneth Paltrow and her wellness empire deep last year. It was incredible. Despite were saying about the Madonna warm you know one of the bad things about is. The writer is using Madonna to work. Load of hurry and anxieties to an extent Tuffy does this Goethe PCs. She writes about the white coat of wellness and why women reaching towards it. I thought that wellness was just snake oil but she writes women have been disbelieved about the experiences of their own bodies for so long as anyone that they turned to alternative medicine and she was writes about her own personal feelings about how she can't live up to this kind of image and is an amazing piece. It must is be ten thousand words. But it's a real right there so much great stuff going on you also write provis time-to-time or you. I mean you talk about poachers. What was your experience hearings? We've a celebrity. How was the PR machine? Used as is it. Is it harder to write a nice profile without so much interference. American journalism gets much better access than can you do in the UK in America. You know I mean if you're writing for one of the top tier publications like G. Q.. Than you times. You're going to be able to demand two or three meetings with somebody and actually have them be substantive meaningful. Interactions where you go to the house. Will you do something with them. So it feels very personal. Very tailored in Nikkei is incredibly hard to get that because most of the publications nations are happy with an hour after a photo shoot manages and bands artists are not keen to provide more than that. I had a couple of longer interactions with people. I'd along piece about Robin last year where I interview Termini Beatha when she was there. Dj and then went to Stockholm. And I saw her working on the production of our show and I interviewed her again there so that was a bit more immersive but probably still. I think these folks have for three hours which that's probably a quarter of what somebody like taffy spend with somebody. Even though it was a relatively short period of time you just get so much more out of somebody when you building up trust with them in a one on one encounter and then you meet them again you have like a level of me with a comparable to actually talk to you and go that deep run and things. Can you imagine the rubbings quite a nice person to to deal with as you would be contested because a fan. I'm happy that was Laura's nape star talking to me about what makes a good celebrity profile in final in the show. We'll keep things in house. I welcome monocle editor Andrew Token Studio to tell us all about the latest quality of life issue when Monaco reveals the most livable cities gas one. This year is interesting thing. Since we've been running monocle some thirteen years still is for me. You kind of one. The most important issues of the year. I think because actually when you go back to year one of Monaco local when it came out it was kind of a breakthrough moment for the company that this was. The magazine really caught people's attention. And we've repeated the survey we've done in the magazine since you every single year. And it's a survey of the top twenty five cities to live in the world and that's evolved over time and we've added new metrics exmouth trying to expand the number of cities the come into the mix. But it's always been quite exciting to see this come out. The research is interesting and it also forces you to think about something very important for us here monocle how you make a great city and how you make a great place to live. Did you add any new metrics for this year's Yes so this year they look Age Mix of cities you know places the more vibrant More interesting for business for our lives lives from hold and so even though I'm no youngster yourself. We educate weighted towards places that had kind of good university populations. The had good opportunities is for younger people as well. And then we've we've kind of kept looking at this th the way that you can set up a business and run a business and the night time economy and and freedom to do things and at a fair attitude here and And trying to make it so that is not only the most pressed perfect perfect cities that kind of get to the top of the rankings. Although they tend to still anyway I think you had a Lotta saying this covert didn't you. There's a bearded man Singh Urban Est.. Do that take a very nice illustrated cover have the show called the and I like the cut line of actually it was tyler who came down in the end we were took cover lines. And he'll do urbanistic vetter but it's a great sunny summer cover I. It's interesting when you design this cover because it Sticks with people for two months w and you want something that when you sat on newsstand even for us that you feel. It remains fresh across the summer who've had a miserable weather here in London but it's a bit of beacon of bright bright yellow when you say on the Nissan but is not only You know a Monocle monocle magazine we also have the Monaco drinking dining directory coming soon with again. I love the covers quite funny in a way. Yes I go into trouble suggesting that. Maybe the the gentleman on the cover looks like fashion. Jamie waters. He does Jamie points out the cartoon version of himself as a rather large knows and he also disputed that he would eat. The the cartoon gentleman is eating Spaghetti. And he's I would need that many carbs. I think. I'm not sure what she was more offended about the big nose or the cops but anyway we've been some years now being doing the forecast that comes out at the end of the year which looks at the year and more ahead. Then we've had the the world of travel covered in the escapist and now about a year ago we added the drinking and dining directories as the second outing for this magazine and it does what it says on the cover. It comes out once a year and it's a deep dive into the world of food and drink now for for us at Monaco. We've always had a kind of interesting taking this as the world of molecular cooking rose up and kind of his dissipated again now now as food trends became a little bit more extreme. We found comfortable place for us to talk about food that was well cooked enjoyable amazing but there was also the palm of your social life of your work life near the in many ways. The Best Restaurant is a place where you feel comfortable saying they know your name you can fit we. We don't always want the most extraordinary food. We won't food that matches temperament our life and the way that we live so many of the things covered in the magazine not the most expensive not the most extreme by any measure but are really about kind of food and drink culture again often based around cities or about doing doing things simpler good ingredients people going back to the land people. One instance hair growing wine around Vienna say the city not of Vienna is actually quite a big producer of wine of great wines and they have this tradition of these moving yards which are allowed to kind of open up and serve their own wine. Indirect you at the vineyard dipped into that culture as well. I must point out. This was edited by my colleague. Josh Senate and I'm very happy to be knocked announced down the Mazda. He's done an extraordinary job he he's passionate about the subject and when you have a magazine that comes out once a year you can either leave off the last minute unlike him. He's really plotted this out of the thinking about all the story so when it came in I think everybody was okay. This is real passion. Project Looks Amazing and Andrew Gordon then yet apparently the summer week is back when okay so we. We have a few more weeks before we dive right back. In but Yeah the summer series as of newspapers will be coming back another four papers and the the fourth those as last year will be fashion preview for the upcoming season and the team. We'll be kind of worrying away on those in between we have The monocle conference next week in Madrid. We have some other kind of one off projects that were beginning to investigate gate and the books and of course radio so yes as you said at the beginning of this interview has plenty to do here at Monaco. Thanks Andrew.

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"greenwald" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

13:26 min | 1 year ago

"greenwald" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"In this special edition of Monaco's House view. We look back at some of the best episodes on the stack on this episode. We speak take to journalist and author Glenn Greenwald on the biggest scoop of the year in Brazil. Plus Laura's naps celebrity profiles and Monaco's editor Andrew attack gives us a preview of what's to come in the summer For Housing London. This is the stack thirty minutes of print industry analysis and I am was to share still to come on the show. Laura's naps tell us about the appeal of celebrity profile in magazines or newspapers. Some say the genre is dying. But he true and Monaco's editor Andrew took previews Our latest quality of life issue plus some exciting similar plans for Monaco but we started showing Brazil where journalist author Glenn Greenwald Leaves Greenwald's best so for his reports revealing the US and British global surveillance programs. The famous SNOWDEN FILES DIS- time the Brazilian version of his website. The intercept zapped hasn't viewed the biggest scoop of the year in Brazil detailing. How the operation carwash could have been politically motivated? He tells me more about the case. And how the Brazilian media reported Glenn Greenwald. What a pleasure to have you here? Monocle twenty four no showed the stack but first question to you. Glenn I mean how does it feel you have basically basically the biggest scoop of the year in Brazil. Tell us more. About how long have you been working on this story. Well we obviously recognize when we got the archive that that it was going to be incredibly significant not just because of the size of the archive but because there has been almost no reporting that has been done about the work of judge. Sergio Morrow who has overseen the imprisonment of so many powerful people including former president Lula the Silva at the time when he was leading the presidential race and the team of prosecutors. Who have prosecuted all these people? There's been a lot of leaks that have come from them that the media has uncritically reported in Brazil. But there's been almost no reporting about them or what they've been doing so that was what was so exciting about this archive archive is it was the first look into what they have been doing. And and it was given the size of it and the complexity of it and obviously took you know many weeks express to authenticated and to figure out what it had and then to start to be able to put together the reporting and is interesting lender when the story came out. I've noticed perhaps I might be wrong. The mainstream media in Brazil's bit reluctant to covert historic suddenly became unavoidable. And even you know the more conservative ones. They had to report. Because you know even says you're more now his he was in a in the Senate he had to speak about his actions. But what did you think about the media reaction in Brazil about your story Wolf. I've been a critic of the large Brazilian media for quite a long time. And that's a big reason why we formed the intercept Brazil because we felt like there was a space to do genuinely independent and adversarial reporting. There's a very small number of large media outlets in Brazil all controlled by a handful of very rich industrialized families. Who have generally the same political agenda? And they have been almost entirely uncritical in critical Alaba job. Do and have Sergio Mora. They have done nothing but revere him and turn them into a hero with maybe one exception which is volume of some followed the largest newspaper in Brazil. It's been a bit more critical and a bit more distant but otherwise it's been unanimity and so I think the media reaction was going to be hostile or was was he being trained berry and ignore the story. Not just because they're so protective of now Justice Minister Sergio Mora but also because in general they feel very hostile toward or competitive with independent media. Because they've had a monopoly for so long on discourse in Brazil but after say like I actually found the reaction Shen surprising almost every major media out with with one major exception which is Globo covered the material pretty fairly in pretty substantively. Camin one big centre-right magazine. That has applauded. Sergio moral and lobby for five years came out with an editorial almost immediately saying these revelations nations are so grave that Sergio Morales should resign. As the Justice Minister and head of the prosecutorial task force should be fired Globo by contrast which unfortunately remains the dominant media. Let they tried for about a week. Ignoring the substance of the revelations and tried to talk about it only as a story about criminal L. Hacking and someone's stealing documents but they became so isolated and how they were talking about the story and the story became so big even Sergio Amoros former supporters. You're saying that what he had done was obviously unethical. Even Globo now has been forced to cover the content of the story albeit no way that's always designed to minimize the harm to minister moral. And Glenn will you know. I know they're still morphing that you guys have to report and release to the public. Will there be any sort of of contribution we've with some of these media that you've mentioned like newspapers such as fully some Paolo. Yeah I mean I'm trying to use the same strategy that they used when they reported on this note and archive which is rather than just keeping it for myself or even just only working with the Guardian. I went around the world in partnered with the largest media outlets in order in in part to make sure the story got as much exposure and impact as it deserved but also because the more reporters you involve the more expertise you bring in. So if I was reporting about and as ice buying in France or in partnership with Spain or Italy or India or Japan I worked with reporters those countries in order to just make sure that there was more expertise not so absolutely already starting our work with other major media outlets here in Brazil to make sure given the size and complexity the archive that it gets is to the public as quickly as possible and also there are just a lot of good reporters at these media outlets bubble a lot of knowledge about the car wash investigation. That will help the reporting winging so. Yeah we're definitely planning on working partnership with other media outlets Glenn one kind of serious question when it comes to Brazil as well how does he feel when it comes to journalist analyst intimidation there because I know there's quite a lot of problems and I know some of the reporters of the intercept even getting some death threats. I mean is it quite scary as it seems. Yeah I mean it's something that we obviously knew is going to happen. I mean we have a president of the country Bolsonaro who doesn't doesn't hide the fact that he admires and believes in the military dictatorship that ruled the country from nineteen sixty four until essentially in nineteen eighty nine when it re democratized. He's been very threatening to media outlets. Political violence is a very real threat in Brazil. The fact that my husband it is a member of the Federal Congress a left wing party and one of our best friends he served on the city council with him was brutally assassinated. A year ago is still on everybody's mind and just yesterday when Sergio Mora went before the Senate you had numerous senators including gyro. Ball's our son. Flavio WHO's a senator talking openly the worst judge Moore about whether we ought to be prosecuted and imprisoned for doing the reporting so the risks of all legal and physical. But they're also ones that we were prepared cared for and we're expecting and took the necessary precautions that we felt like we could take in order to minimize the risk. But you know they're journalistic cover wars. They're journalists who work with no visibility. Journalism can be a very dangerous profession. And if you're not willing to take risks is probably not a profession and you should go into and Glen just sort of curiosity for those who don't know the Brazilian presence of the intercept. When was the Brazilian version of the website? Found actually and is he doing well. How are you proud that you definitely stain there with the website assigned? Yeah what happened was during the 2016 debate over whether to impeach then President Dilma Rousseff was elected twice as part of Luas Workers Party. You know that was one of the things that I started noticing was that this incredibly momentous thing to do to impeach a president who had been twice elected it did and there was almost no dissent in the Brazilian media at the time the Big Brazilian media the big outlets were almost completely unified behind impeaching her and I started writing articles for the intercept before the intercept Brazil existed and we started translating them into Portuguese and it found a huge audience. I mean they were some of the most read articles in the history of the intercept and we realize that there was a demand. You know a niche for this kind of reporting that we do at the intercept in the US in Brazil L. and decided to kind of ride that wave in created the intercept Brazil. And since. Then we've built you know a team of I think we now have fifteen to eighteen gene Yang really aggressive fearless incredibly professional reporters and editors all of whom are Brazilian. Who have been doing amazing work in in a lot of different cases but obviously this particular reporting is a whole new level of of of risk in and of journalistic complexity and the work that they've been doing has been magnificent? I mean obviously we've committed no errors. We've been nothing retracted. No one claims we've made any errors urge it's been top notch From largely young Brazilian reporters challenging the most powerful people in the country and to me that's journalism is about. That's it's fascinating land and I very much look forward to see. What are you guys going to report next? That was journalist and author. Glenn Greenwald there speaking to me and everyone loves a good celebrity profile. When written by inexperienced journalists it can be fun and revealing about the lives of our favorite artists but the genre is changing and celebrities are becoming more reluctant to do those in depth profiles? I I spoke to music writer and deputy music editor for The Guardian Laura's naps who tells me more what makes a good celebrity profile. It's interesting because on one hand they seem to be dying but on the other hand the ones that exist kind of better than ever fewer and fewer of the top celebrities doing them like Frank Ocean. Just he's on the cover of days and confused right now but it's not a profile. He's answering and questions put to him by his fellow celebrities and is Vapid is really Vapid I had salons on the cover recently and there was a profile but it was written by one of her friends. And it like it was oh interesting or interrogative to say hasn't sat for into you I think since two thousand eleven Taylor Swift hasn't sat for one since nineteen thousand nine hundred reputation or there was a tiny anyone recently but it was only small the Big Star in the motor shunning interviews because you know with social media and everything they can maintain complete control over their personas. But then at the same time I feel like. There's there's been a huge resurgence of them in almost like a cult fandom around the people who are writing them if you look at the New York Times people like Taffy BRADESCO ackner thinks. He's made a complete new art form of it. Katie Weaver. I think because really offended that format as well. There are so many great people. They're doing Amanda Hess. And if you look around other publications as well there's star names coming through so doesn't appetite for firm from readers if not necessarily from the world's greatest stars because I agree with you the celebrity celebrity. I'm not saying all the time. Most of the time is quite vapid. It's quite you you don't get anything new. If he's very safe if used that they are not touching in the things that actually the fans would like to know. Yeah exactly and I think one of the reasons that the celebrities are really scared out of these kind of interviews is because the another gospel things they don't want to have to talk about a good profile is about dating gossip it's about like actually defining the person who's at the heart of all of this which I think is true for everybody not just celebrities quite often. It's the people around. You can see better than yourself you know. It's very difficult to solve to find but somebody might be able to pick up on those qualities. He's in spending time with the and one of the reasons why I decided to choose the topic for this week's tack Madonna's profile and the New York Times. I mean if she enjoyed the pictures of her fringe area. But I don't think she was a big fan of the profile. She even wrote on social media like I absolutely hated. I wouldn't even five minutes of my time. Compared spending time without journalists being right I can use that because I've been raped and it was like those quite extreme. 'cause I understand you know Madonna criticize ageism in in reports and as a fan. I do agree view of that. What do you what did you think about profiling particular? I mean on one hand. She had been aware that it was going to be about her age because the photos which are amazing he said you know massive black and white pictures of Madonna in her heyday with slashes through them and then current Madonna peeping through them so she had to be aware that thought jokes position was going to be there but I did agree with her. I didn't think it was a very good piece. Or you know I I think one of the pitfalls that sometime seem profile writing is the person going into it they have. Expectations are around the star and they also need the star to represent the image of the star to them and so the writer in this piece you know. She clearly wanted to go in and talk to Madonna about aging menopause..

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"greenwald" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"greenwald" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"He Greenwald on the call and you hear that they hit the Tony Bennett right away there I don't remember that but Hey it happened on nine nineteen eighty two you know through three hitless innings al Holland he was tough guys stayed five and a half games back of the Dodgers would take it to the final weekend of the season that was nine nineteen eighty two Hey before we go September nineteenth nineteen eighty nine another good year entering game one of a three game series at candlestick park against the Dodgers giants with the Houston Astros in San Diego Padres by five with twelve to play looking to close out that NO Weston even though they fell behind to nothing early they beat the Dodgers when wait for it Mike Laga number eight hit a three run double off oral her size or a pinch hit three run double that's gotta hurt oral her sizer the Dodgers and the wind keeps the giants five up on the Padres three to win over the Dodgers on September nineteen nineteen eighty nine that's my blog as sports fans and there's been Brian Murphy with this date in giants history yeah back live a family so we get Michael log on alcohol and my colors done good work on the the St James history time now for a quick check on other game so let's go places with the Toyota out of town scoreboard there is baseball right now in Atlanta there the bottom of the first where the Phillies are still trying to get to the wild card spot there couple games on the Las gone the Braves party clinched a playoff spot hit the skids a little bit lost a few in a row they are hosting the Phillies that game is in the bottom of the first no score Chaytor Lana tomorrow everybody other games today nine thirty five AM just first pitch away shortly mariners at pirates nobody's watching that at one ten the Padres are in Milwaukee Brewers making a run everybody at three thirty five the angels are at the Yankees ace fans we watch in that at four oh five PM the blue jays are at the Orioles god love you if you fall that one for fifteen Tigers and Indians ace fans we watch in that one for fifteen cardinals and cubs two teams at Wrigley Field looking for playoff berth and the Royals are at Minnesota at four forty closing out today's action..

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Is there a difference between weather and climate?

Curiosity Daily

08:08 min | 2 years ago

Is there a difference between weather and climate?

"Do you know the difference between the terms weather and climate? It's an important distinction. If you follow science news, and we've gotten a lot of questions about it lately. So today, I've got you covered as reported by the conversation weather, basically refers to stuff happening, right? This second like cloud, cover and temperature. You know, the day to day conditions of the atmosphere. Climate is a more macro view. It describes the average atmospheric conditions over many years. In fact, the World Meteorological Organization says that figuring out a climate record. Takes a minimum of thirty years of data. This includes things like average annual rainfall overall direction of the wind or what time of year, you're most likely to see snow. Here's. An analogy that might help. It comes from Jennifer Fitchet, who's a senior lecturer in physical geography at the university of the Witwatersand. The climate is like your wardrobe. You got a winter coat and scarf, or when it's cold flip flops in shorts for when it's warm and everything in between whether is the individual item of clothing you choose to wear you change what you wear from day to day. If it snowing you put on boots, and if it's really hot you might wear sandals. The thing is everyone in the world doesn't have the same wardrobe. If you live right on the equator, then you probably don't have a winter coat, and that brings us back to weather and climate the conditions in one place are different from the conditions far away from wherever you are. Here's what that means for how we can understand climate projections and climate forecasts the weather forecast, you see on TV or on your phones weather app is there to help you figure out what to wear on the other hand climate projections. Tell you what scientists think the climate will be in forty fifty maybe a hundred years climate projections are a war. Warning that we might want to change up our wardrobe. Maybe we won't need such heavy coats. And maybe it's a good time to pick up some shorts or umbrellas or raincoats. There's no need to switch up your whole wardrobe overnight. Just take your time look ahead and plan and adapt and hopefully stay dry a sect is a real astronomical unit of measurement with cool origins. Yes. It measures distance not time. Yes. The term was used improperly in the original Star Wars. Yes. I will. Absolutely get to that in a few minutes. No, Ashley, you're not getting out of this one. I love Star Wars that I'm cost played Star Wars character. This is true. Well, we're all gonna love stores by the end of this. Here's the deal. One person is a quivalent to three points to six late years. That's nineteen trillion miles or thirty one trillion kilometers, if that seems excessive that's because it absolutely is. But when it comes to measuring astronomically large distances between. Objects that are beyond our solar system. Excessively large is just right. I said beyond our solar system, by the way for you to travel one parcel from earth. You would have to go from here to the sun and back two hundred six thousand two hundred sixty five times, I told you it was big the word purse that comes from two words Pera lax and our second para lacks describes when an object's location seems to have changed because your location changed. Astronomers use para lax to judge the distance of object in the sky, if you know, how far the earth has moved and you can measure how far the object moved across its starry backdrop you can judge distance. You actually use parallel to judge the distance of things all the time. You're too is see the world from slightly different angles, and your brain crunches, the numbers to tell you how far away everything is from you. The second half of Parsi refers to an arc second in arc. Second is part of a measurement of an angle. You know, how a circle is three hundred sixty degrees. Imaginer standing with a full view of the horizon around you if you sliced the horizon into three hundred sixty degrees each degree would be about twice the width of the full moon divide one of those degrees into sixty pieces, and you get the width of an arc minute divide. One of those up by sixty again, and you get an arc second. Putting it all together. A par sec is the Pera lacks of one arc second. In other words, if an object in the sky moves by one arc second when the earth moves by one astronomical unit. Then the object is one par cycle way to put that in perspective. Proxima centauri is the star. That's our closest neighbor, and it's one point three par away for more perspective the millennium falcon made the kessel run in twelve par sex, and I'm sorry pedants. But before you go criticizing stores for this, quote, unquote mistake, I you need to understand what the kessel run actually is you'll feed skip forward thirty seconds or so if you can't handle my nerdiness in Star Wars, Ken. In the kessel run is a route used by smugglers to transport in illicit substance from minds on the planet kessel through a region of space that belongs to the galactic empire. So it's an illegal smuggling route. And this route includes a cluster of black holes known as the Ma as you know, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. So when Hans solo said he made the kessel run in twelve par sex. He was referring to his daring knish and piloting skills and the sophisticated computer on the money on falcon that he was able to use to navigate close to those black holes while not getting sucked in I was aware of this reading books from the Star Wars expanded universe. And I was a kid, but thanks to Disney. They are no longer canon. But they also address this in the twentieth. Eighteen films solo Star Wars story, which I still have not seen. But they address all of this after the movie happened. Does doesn't matter doesn't make just made it up afterward to make that line? Okay. To work. No, still works. That is art. That's how you craft a story. I think this is the biggest debate we've ever had in this. The kessel run. Obviously makes Cody happy, you know, who else is happy by most metrics Scandinavians, the annual world happiness report consistently rates the Nordic countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland among the top ten happiest nations. So today, we'll wrap up with some life philosophies from Nordic countries that might make you a little happier in your own life. I is hugging. The Danish concept of Hooda translates to something like coziness of the soul. It's the feeling you get when you're snuggled up under a blanket with a loved one drinking cocoa by the fire as a life philosophy. It's all about allowing yourself guilt free indulgences, especially when the world is dark and dreary anything from getting together with family and friends for a meal to spending time on your own reading a good book like from the Star Wars expanded universe to sand. The next philosophy is Logam logo is a Swedish word that roughly translates to just right or optimal. You probably heard the saying everything in moderation, including moderation. That's what logo is all about. Whether that's how much sugared add to a batch of cookies or how much of your life. You devote to your work. This philosophy urges a healthy balance. That doesn't swing too far in any direction and one other philosophy is see sue. It's a unique finish concept. That's about persisting through challenges until you reach the end the term roughly translates into English as a strength of will, determination perseverance and acting rationally in the face of adversity. It's not about courage in the moment. But the kind of courage that has to last over time after inspiration has sputtered out. And the real challenge has shown itself, you can read about these and other philosophies in our full right up on curiosity dot com and on our free curiosity app for Android an I o s but none of these pique your interest. Then you can always turn to fica. That's just another word for coffee break a new. Doesn't like coffee or breaks? Today's ad fiasco sewed was brought to you by our patrons special. Thanks to carry Greenwald. Anthony highland. Maximilian rate in Johnson and Julianne Gomez for your support on patriot. We really appreciate it. To learn more about how you can support curiosity daily, please. Visit patriarch dot com slash curiosity dot com. All spelled out. Join us against Moore for the award-winning curiosity daily. And learn something new and just a few par sex. I'm Cody Goth, and I'm Ashley Hamer, stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.

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"greenwald" Discussed on San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"greenwald" Discussed on San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentlemen, humorist by Bruce tank ins, tracking hang Greenwald's broadcasting career is a bit like trying to identify every song ever performed by Bob Dylan. There's a new discovery around every corner Greenwald who died at eighty three on Monday covered. Syracuse football during the heyday of Ernie Davis Floyd little and Larry's uncle he was the voice of USF basketball for a spell in the nineteen seventies. He wants hosted a weekly forty Niners television show appearing one night in a helmet. So comically large it came down over his shoulders. And that was Hank. John Miller fondly recalled anything for a laugh, and then there was that visit Portland in nineteen sixty five. It was a western Hockey League trip covering the San Francisco seals against the Portland Bucker ruse and during a quick stop in Seattle Greenwald hap-. To meet a woman named Carla writer. They had a very innocent date and when Greenwald returned to Seattle three years later on a San Francisco warriors trip, they launched a relationship. He was such a gentleman Carla recalled this week, I think we went out three times before he kissed me. I said to myself my God, what's with this guy. The gentleman happen to be extremely funny and bound for glory in his profession. It was his wit. That really got me Carlo said, he always told me life with him would never be dull. And it certainly wasn't the two were engaged in nineteen seventy and Greenwald had big plans. He traveled to Australia the year before and fell in love with the country so much so that the two spent their honeymoon. They're back in San Francisco where they had a two bedroom. Two bath apartment on Nob hill for three hundred sixty five dollars a month. They arranged a return to Australia by freighter bay set sail on a sixty. Trip in June, nineteen Seventy-three with stops in Hong Kong and Malaysia. And quote, we were thinking of staying in Australia for good Carlos, Ed, but Hank founded difficult to get work, and we were both getting a little homesick. And by the time Douglas was born September nineteen seventy four we knew we'd be coming back. Doug grew up with his dad's passion for sports, especially baseball and next spring will be calling the Fresno grizzlies games in the Pacific coast league for the seventeenth year memo to major league baseball somebody get this man to the big leagues. He's that. Good life was more difficult with the greenwalds second child Kelly who was born with down syndrome. That's when Hank was at his best Carla said, he got me through the hard part with Kelly. There were times when I just wanted to throw in the towel with her. I just couldn't handle it. But Hank was right there. He told me from the day. She was born we are not giving up on this. Child to see Kelly today is to witness a person who has always been loved full of life. Enjoy as my colleague Henry showman described her this week and the family presses on without the man who joined the all time greats of the broadcasting business Dwayne Kuyper played four seasons with the giants after being traded from Cleveland and by the time of his retirement in nineteen eighty-five. He had a radio show on Ken Biard joining the giants broadcast team year later he had the good fortune of working with Greenwald. He was the perfect guy for me and Mike to learn the business Kuyper said this week, we were young energetic ballplayers coming off the field. And somehow he had to corral that energy and focus on making. Sure, we had a good broadcast. His preparation was. Unbelievable. He carried around little notebooks on each team filled with stuff he'd clip out of newspapers and scotch taped onto the page, and he felt that a true. Professional dresses that way, he wore a suit and tie every single day. Even if it was one hundred five degrees in Houston laughter invariably found its way into a Kuyper Greenwald booth. We were in Miami. And we heard these two deejays doing a spoof on the local broadcasters who constantly made mistakes and shrugged them off with the same. Catchphrase must have been the glare. I was just starting out on play by play doing a few innings before Hank took over. And I totally blew a call had the giants Willie McGee hitting a home run. When in fact, Jeffco nine caught it. So I'm trying to explain my way out of this. And I look over at hang and he's just shaking with laughter because he knows what he's gonna say must have been the glare. I'm sure the people at home wondered what was so damn funny. But Hank was laughing so hard I had to do the play by play the next inning. These are the moments that sustained Greenwald's memory and make it easier for everyone to excess. Such a great loss every night. You turn on the news. And it's a HP officer dying age twenty seven leaving behind three kids. Doug, Greenwald said or hearing about kids with cancer who don't live to age ten. This wasn't the case. My dad lived his dream doing major league baseball, even near the end listening to games on the radio. It brought him so much joy. He lived a full life. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park. La La Land, Mary Poppins and more. 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Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentleman humorist

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

06:08 min | 2 years ago

Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentleman humorist

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentlemen, humorist by Bruce tank ins, tracking hang Greenwald's broadcasting career is a bit like trying to identify every song ever performed by Bob Dylan. There's a new discovery around every corner Greenwald who died at eighty three on Monday covered. Syracuse football during the heyday of Ernie Davis Floyd little and Larry's uncle he was the voice of USF basketball for a spell in the nineteen seventies. He wants hosted a weekly forty Niners television show appearing one night in a helmet. So comically large it came down over his shoulders. And that was Hank. John Miller fondly recalled anything for a laugh, and then there was that visit Portland in nineteen sixty five. It was a western Hockey League trip covering the San Francisco seals against the Portland Bucker ruse and during a quick stop in Seattle Greenwald hap-. To meet a woman named Carla writer. They had a very innocent date and when Greenwald returned to Seattle three years later on a San Francisco warriors trip, they launched a relationship. He was such a gentleman Carla recalled this week, I think we went out three times before he kissed me. I said to myself my God, what's with this guy. The gentleman happen to be extremely funny and bound for glory in his profession. It was his wit. That really got me Carlo said, he always told me life with him would never be dull. And it certainly wasn't the two were engaged in nineteen seventy and Greenwald had big plans. He traveled to Australia the year before and fell in love with the country so much so that the two spent their honeymoon. They're back in San Francisco where they had a two bedroom. Two bath apartment on Nob hill for three hundred sixty five dollars a month. They arranged a return to Australia by freighter bay set sail on a sixty. Trip in June, nineteen Seventy-three with stops in Hong Kong and Malaysia. And quote, we were thinking of staying in Australia for good Carlos, Ed, but Hank founded difficult to get work, and we were both getting a little homesick. And by the time Douglas was born September nineteen seventy four we knew we'd be coming back. Doug grew up with his dad's passion for sports, especially baseball and next spring will be calling the Fresno grizzlies games in the Pacific coast league for the seventeenth year memo to major league baseball somebody get this man to the big leagues. He's that. Good life was more difficult with the greenwalds second child Kelly who was born with down syndrome. That's when Hank was at his best Carla said, he got me through the hard part with Kelly. There were times when I just wanted to throw in the towel with her. I just couldn't handle it. But Hank was right there. He told me from the day. She was born we are not giving up on this. Child to see Kelly today is to witness a person who has always been loved full of life. Enjoy as my colleague Henry showman described her this week and the family presses on without the man who joined the all time greats of the broadcasting business Dwayne Kuyper played four seasons with the giants after being traded from Cleveland and by the time of his retirement in nineteen eighty-five. He had a radio show on Ken Biard joining the giants broadcast team year later he had the good fortune of working with Greenwald. He was the perfect guy for me and Mike to learn the business Kuyper said this week, we were young energetic ballplayers coming off the field. And somehow he had to corral that energy and focus on making. Sure, we had a good broadcast. His preparation was. Unbelievable. He carried around little notebooks on each team filled with stuff he'd clip out of newspapers and scotch taped onto the page, and he felt that a true. Professional dresses that way, he wore a suit and tie every single day. Even if it was one hundred five degrees in Houston laughter invariably found its way into a Kuyper Greenwald booth. We were in Miami. And we heard these two deejays doing a spoof on the local broadcasters who constantly made mistakes and shrugged them off with the same. Catchphrase must have been the glare. I was just starting out on play by play doing a few innings before Hank took over. And I totally blew a call had the giants Willie McGee hitting a home run. When in fact, Jeffco nine caught it. So I'm trying to explain my way out of this. And I look over at hang and he's just shaking with laughter because he knows what he's gonna say must have been the glare. I'm sure the people at home wondered what was so damn funny. But Hank was laughing so hard I had to do the play by play the next inning. These are the moments that sustained Greenwald's memory and make it easier for everyone to excess. Such a great loss every night. You turn on the news. And it's a HP officer dying age twenty seven leaving behind three kids. Doug, Greenwald said or hearing about kids with cancer who don't live to age ten. This wasn't the case. My dad lived his dream doing major league baseball, even near the end listening to games on the radio. It brought him so much joy. He lived a full life. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park. La La Land, Mary Poppins and more. 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Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald unpack the season finale of Succession

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Seven cars removed after train derailment, oil spill; cleanup and railroad repair to follow

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01:21 min | 3 years ago

Seven cars removed after train derailment, oil spill; cleanup and railroad repair to follow

"A seventeen year old west des moines girl died in a crash in creston monday afternoon iowa state patrol says after stayton turned in front of a pickup truck on highway thirty four and died from her injuries passenger was also hurt and taken the creston hospital the driver of the pickup was uninjured the crash follows several others in the past few days in which at least four others were killed and several others injured on i was roads clean up efforts continue in north west iowa after a train derailment spilled a lot of oil i'll be nsf said yesterday the cars that derailed have all been moved off the track near dune meanwhile the company said the track where the cars derailed could be repaired as soon as today about two hundred thirty thousand gallons of oil were spilled last friday into the little rock river the low unemployment rate is prompting a new effort to expand the local labor pool the focus is on students the downtown des moines chamber says it's an idea to address a labor and skill shortage taking that step and then getting the students and the employers together so that they can't figure out what's going to work best for each of them becky greenwald of the des moines downtown chamber of commerce says it's called student to employer s to e and involves several local organizations a nonprofit groups that serve low income students in those at risk of dropping out of school we have more on that story at whol radio.

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NPR, Trump and Scott Pruitt discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:54 min | 3 years ago

NPR, Trump and Scott Pruitt discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk reports are circulating. The two top aides to EPA administrator. Scott Pruitt are resigning after getting caught up and Pruitt's ethics problems as NPR's. Peter Overby reports. They worked for Pruitt when he was in Oklahoma, then came to Washington after he was appointed to run EPA officially Millan hop is Pruitt scheduling and advanced director. But one time he had her tracked down used mattresses at President Trump's DC hotel. So he could buy one. Sarah Greenwald is his senior counsel this year. Pruitt's office setup, huge raises for Greenwald and up, but Pruitt rescinded the raises after the news got out NPR's Peter Overby reporting. The European Union says it's going ahead with import duties on u. s. products after President, Trump's imposition of tariffs on European steel and aluminum from Brussels, Teri Schultz reports. The new duties will affect billions of dollars in American goods. The EU says, President Trump left it no choice. Choice while waiting for a ruling from the World Trade Organization on whether Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum, imports are purely protectionist measures. Brussels will slap what it calls rebalancing duties on three point, four billion dollars worth of American products. European Commission vice-president Maro Sieff give each defends the move, measured and proportionate response to the unilateral and illegal this season. They can by the United States. Now, EU countries are choosing which US goods to tax. I from a list that includes motorcycles, bourbon peanut butter and cigarettes. The duties will take effect early next month for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels, the Philadelphia Eagles spoke to the media for the first time since President Trump told the team not to come to the White House to celebrate the eagles I ever Super Bowl win for member station WHYY in Philadelphia, Aaron Moselle reports at a regularly scheduled press conference. Head coach, Doug Peterson told reporters, he was disappointed. The team didn't get the chance to go to the white. House, but he said it is what it is. We did something last season that's very special to milestone here in the city of Philadelphia, our organization, and I was looking forward to going down and being recognized as world. Champions after practice player seem tired of talking about President Trump's decision. They said they'd rather focus on winning another Super Bowl, President Trump disinvited the team on Monday night in part because a group of players plan to ditch the visit to protest his policies on social Justice for NPR news. I'm Erin Moselle in Philadelphia. A fire has ripped through the newly renovated. Mandarin hotel in London, more than one hundred firefighters tackled the blaze of the luxury hotel in central London that produced thick black smoke visible for miles over two hundred eighty people safely evacuated the ornate Edwardian building near Hyde Park. The fire was thought to have spread from part of a facade that supports vegetation and plans to several floors of the hotel. This is NPR news. In the NPR has gotten an exclusive interview with a woman who gave birth to a so-called three parent baby NPR's rob Stein has more on a rare procedure combining people's DNA the thirty one year old woman lives in hark have Ukraine, Hugh is infertile, but a clinic in Kiev created an embryo for her using her and her husband's DNA and a little DNA leftover in an egg from another woman to procedure is controversial because of fears that it may not be safe and could open the door to designer babies. The mother asset her identity be kept confidential to protect your privacy. But speaking through an interpreter, she defends the procedure. My point few. If you can fix something, you should fix it. Her son is now fifteen months old, rob Stein, NPR news, heart, give Ukraine. I know report concludes the US has never experienced the amount of rain. Fall across such a vast area as that brought by hurricane Harvey when it struck Texas, some one trillion gallons of water fell across metro Houston. In the final week of August of volume that will require fifteen days to flow down Niagara Falls, the name Harvey was retired last month from the National Hurricane Center lists of tropical cyclone names. Kevin Durant scored forty three points in the Golden State Warriors overcame a slow start Wednesday night to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers one ten to one zero, two in game, three of the NBA finals. Golden State now leads the best of seven series, three games to none game. Four is Friday night. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from Optum optimist tackling the biggest challenges in healthcare with innovative data driven solutions that help improve outcomes. That's how well gets done, learn more at Optum dot com.

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Top EPA aide Millan Hupp is leaving

NPR News Now

04:59 min | 3 years ago

Top EPA aide Millan Hupp is leaving

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk to longtime aides to Environmental Protection Agency administrators, Scott Pruitt are reportedly leaving NPR's. Peter Overby says both became entangled and Pruitt's ethics problems. Millan hop was in the news earlier this week as the aide who at Pruitt to request tried to locate used mattresses at President Trump's DC hotel. So Pruitt could buy one up also apartment headed for the Pruitt's officially she's director of scheduling and advance. Pruitt office bent the rules to give her a thirty three percent raise along with a fifty three percent hike for his senior counsel. Sarah Greenwald Pruitt later told Fox News. He rescinded the raises both staffers came to DC as part of a team of young Pruitt loyalists most from his time as Oklahoma attorney general for other top aides to Pruitt have left in recent months. EPA didn't respond to NPR's request for comment. Peter Overby NPR news, Washington election. Officials in Los Angeles are facing tough questions after California's primary election for member station KPCC. Mary Plummer says a printing error caused over one hundred thousand names to be left off the voter, rolls county home to more than five million registered voters ran into significant problems during Tuesday's voting the top election official for LA faced a barrage of questions from the county board of supervisors who recounted numerous reports from voters, supervisor, Catherine Berger said her office was bombarded with complaints, and that voters became so angry when their names were missing from the roles that are riot almost broke out. We had calls of streets or the entire street was left off. The problem was due to a printing error that omitted thousands of registered voters from the voter, rolls officials instructed poll workers to issue provisional ballots after the problem was discovered for NPR news. I'm Mary Plummer in Los Angeles. The secretary of health and human services is warning parents. Thinking of entering the. US without documents that they could still be separated from their children at a hearing on Capitol Hill. Alex azar is defending the new strategy of separating unauthorized immigrants from their children. The best advice have is actually present yourself at a legal border crossing and make your case cross illegally and get arrested, and your children will be given to us. That's that's. That's the simple fact. I'm afraid democratic Senator, Jeff Merkley of Oregon was recently denied permission to visit a facility in Texas where migrant children were being held in a victory for sanctuary cities. A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the Trump administration cannot cut off grants to Philadelphia. Over the way the city deals with immigrants in the country illegally, the judge ruled, the conditions, the federal government placed on the city in order to receive the funding are unconstitutional arbitrary and capricious. Philadelphia has said it will turn over emigrants to immigration and customs enforcement only if the agency has a warrant signed by judge. This is NPR news. The Trump administration's federal commission on school safety held its first listening session, Wednesday, NPR's Brockton Booker reports at came a day after the chair of the commission, education secretary, Betsy DeVos said it would not look into the role of guns in school violence Montgomery County, Maryland high school student Alexia majority says guns are the reason why schools are not safe. I would ask to, please consider the possibilities that guns are the most important aspect of the purview of this commission. She had a message for the commission heavily reconsider their current complicit stance on the role of guns in school safety cheer woman, Betsy DeVos has been criticized for telling a Senate subcommittee on Tuesday that considering guns was not part of the Commission's charge per se. Device was not ethelson accession, but an education department official at the event said, among other things, it would consider minimum age limits for certain kinds of weapons purchases Braxton Booker in. NPR news, Washington emergency crews are pulling more bodies from what remains villages devastated by the eruption of Guatemala's. Most active volcano. The official death toll which was increased. Ninety nine on Wednesday was expected to rise with at least one hundred ninety seven people listed as missing the first tropical storm of the eastern Pacific hurricane season formed well off the coast of Mexico on Wednesday. But forecasters said it's not a threat to land the National Hurricane Center named at tropical storm Aletta saying and had maximum sustained winds of fifty miles an hour and was moving west at seven miles an hour. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for this NPR podcast, and the following message come from Comcast business from their fast, reliable internet on their advanced gig speed network to their twenty four, seven support. Comcast business is committed to helping power businesses every day, visit Comcast, business dot com to learn more.

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"greenwald" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"greenwald" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The point of manipulation is still unclear to us the way back machine wrote the intercepts glenn greenwald pointed out there reach claim is a bizarre story that liberal outlets are ignoring he provided several verified comments written by read that quote square quite consistently with the newly discovered writing that she denies mocking people on gender grounds referring dementia suspects as gay as miss or implying they are trans for the sake of mockery as a longtime retact greenwald wrote webster university cybersecurity program lead paw frazier told fox news that reached story is technically possible but could easily be verified he said to prove that they were not her remarks were required to hire a certified cyber forensics expert who has the capability physically and legally to seize the file server hosting our blog and they run a series of forensic programs to determine what computer the posted comments were made from frederick's plane not too difficult a task as long as you have the training the tools and the legal access to the server msnbc did not immediately respond when asked if read would hire a cyber forensics expert frazier said that until someone does this forensic look people will simply have to take reads word unfortunately for the msnbc star a lot of people seem to be skeptical of restored certainly not in the media by the way certainly not at cnn or msnbc abc cbs or nbc columbia university computer science professor stephen belvin told fox news said it's impossible to render any opinion on whether or not they claim is plausible or not without technical details that read has not provided she needs to provide proof beyond a statement that these slurs were fabricated and added without her permission to the questions will only continue to grow newsbusters managing editor chris rock told fox news.

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"greenwald" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

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"greenwald" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The point of manipulation is still unclear to us the way back machine wrote the intercepts glenn greenwald pointed out they reach claim is a bizarre story that liberal outlets are ignoring he provided several verified comments written by read that quote square quite consistently with the newly discovered writing that she denies mocking people on gender grounds referring dementia suspects as gay as miss or implying they are trans for the sake of mockery is longtime retact greenwald wrote webster university cybersecurity program lead paul frazier told fox news that read stories technically possible but could easily be verified he said to prove that they were not her remarks were required her to hire a certified cyber forensics expert who has the capability physically and legally to seize the file server hosting our blog and they run a series of forensic programs to determine what computer the posted comments were made from frazier explain not too difficult a task as long as you have the training the tools and the legal access to the server msnbc did not immediately respond when asked if reid would hire a cyber forensics expert frazier said that until someone does this forensic look people will simply have to take reads word unfortunately for the msnbc star a lot of people seem to be skeptical of her story certainly not in the media by the way certainly not at cnn or msnbc or abc cbs or nbc columbia university computer science professor stephen belvin told fox news.

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Honda, Business Owner and Salem News discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Honda, Business Owner and Salem News discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"From the salem news center i'm chaz ontai us representatives tulsi gabbard and clean honda introduced a bill today that aims to strengthen civil defense preparedness in by and in the country another measure in response january's false missile alert the defense preparedness act of two thousand eighteen would expand a grant program to the department of homeland security to help states better prepare in the event of a nuclear biological or chemical attack gabardine hana busa also introduced a bill in february that would ensure more transparency in investigations into the false missile alert and emergency medical services transported a thirty five year old man to a hospital after he sustained critical injuries in a single vehicle crash in wahiawa earlier today the crash occurred at about three fifteen this morning near greenwald coffee farm on komo highway police said speed and alcohol may be factors flash flood watch in effect from six this evening till tomorrow mostly cloudy high near eighty two from the salem news center i'm chaz ontai once upon a time there was a business owner who worked hard and watched his company flourish then came the time.

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