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"hawke" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

07:13 min | Last month

"hawke" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"That film experience taught me a lot. You know, Rick and Julia are very, some of the most intelligent people I've ever come across and they're also extremely educated in the language of film. They have an extremely high bar and they know a lot. And it was fun to be around them and listen to Julian Rick argue. I've learned a lot. It felt like, wow, this is where I'm supposed to be right now. Like, I got to be in Paris, making a movie with Julie delpy, and it was a good one. And that, I mean, what else do you want in life? I read that when you worked with Philip Seymour Hoffman in 2006, you realized that what made him so great was his experience playing smaller parts. And during the years that he was doing that, you said that you were doing films like white fang and getting paid a lot of money and girls were asking for your autograph. And while working with him, you realized you needed to work harder. And I was wondering, harder in what way? I watched nobody's fool the other day. Paul Newman movie Robert Benton directed really wonderful film and Philip Seymour Hoffman plays like this small town deputy or something. It's just kind of an idiot little part, but oh, he probably has ten lines in the movie. And I was friends with him back then. He works so hard on that part. Who was that guy? What is the opposite pockets? How did he get the job? Why does he do this dumb thing? What's his thing? He was rigorous with his imagination. And you know, I watched the movie and serious later and he's just so wonderful in it. And so when he started getting bigger parts, he applied the same rigor to every line. He had. And I had kind of a, you know, let's get through this scene. I'm really looking forward to that scene. We're going to shoot on Thursday attitude. You know? And I started seeing the possibilities of there's a difference between the job of leading man and the job of a character actor. And fascinatingly enough, the job of the character actor is extremely challenging because you have to facilitate the story. You've got a job to do, and that's your only, then you get laser focused about it. And then when you come back to a larger part, you see, oh, smaller stitches in the fabric. You know, you see how to sew it tighter. You see how to help your seam partner. And that's really the change for me. Despite the lesson you learned from Philip Seymour Hoffman about working harder, you've also come to recognize that every time you tried to sell out, you fell on your ass, your words, not mine. I like these quotes you're finding. I suspect that you're talking about your first foray into television, which I want to talk about briefly before going into good lord bird. The Fox show exit strategy. What happened with that show? That was my mid life crisis, you know? That was like a turn 40 and I felt like I had to quit being an artist and get a real job and hate it like everyone else. Why? Was it because of having so many children? Was it? My wife was pregnant with my fourth kid and the economy it just dropped out in 2008 and I'd spent a lot of the previous years falling back in love with the theater. You know that thing you asked me about Phil and smaller parts, you know, I got really interested in that and I started doing smaller parts and some big Broadway you know I did the bridge project, which we took Chekhov and Shakespeare all over the world. I did coast of utopia, which ran for a year. It's a 9 hour play about Russian radicals and hurly burly. I'd done for almost a year and they're all big ensemble pieces. I mean, some of those parts are big, some of them were small. And while I was doing that, I was living like I was making a $1 million a year making movies. And I was having a lot of children. And you know, you asked me, you know, when I was a kid, I was very, very fortunate. You know, Deadpool society, I had this money. I just I got to do what I wanted to do. And all of a sudden I couldn't do what I wanted to do. I wasn't getting cast. Younger actors were getting more parts and you start kind of seeing the world. And I just panicked. You know, and I love Antoine fuqua and we had this idea or maybe we can we can make a great cop show, you know, what if we did? Well, and I started bending my mind too well with Antoine would do it. Maybe we could make this badass cop show and sneak one through and I don't mean to knock that show or whatever, but they didn't really let Antoine do what he wanted to do. The show never turned into the show that we had imagined it would be and thank God it didn't happen. You said that it ultimately resulted in your rebooting and revitalizing the next ten years of your life. How? I just started doing things I care. You know, I have an amazing wife. And she's an amazing partner. And she's not a materialist. She's like, don't do that. What are we making the money for? She sees very clearly the kind of capitalist design that this country gets motivated on the accumulation of wealth, the accumulation of possessions. That's how we define success. And we all just kind of get on this treadmill and hate ourselves if we have to get off it and feel like we failed if we don't have the school that we want or the house that we want and she just wasn't buying into it and she's like, let's start making decisions based on love. Let's tap, that's what you need to do. And I started doing things I cared about. And then my career started going well again. You know, it's mysterious how that happens. It's so interesting the arc of a career. You've said that there have been three times over the course of your career that you felt washed up. Yeah, it's a completely. What made you continue on? And how did you overcome that sense of being sort of over and done with or discarded? How did you find the way to reinvent yourself? The world is not a very responsible critic. I don't know what they're talking about. You know, lots of things that aren't very good make people tremendous money and lots of things are staggeringly brilliant going noticed. I mean, through the history of the world and the history of arts, if you are in service of your art, then everything's easy. And if you want the art to be in service of you, promoting you, if everything you do has to be successful, everything you do has to be quote unquote good. And then you're always waiting for everybody's reaction as supposed to really just engaging with what you want to communicate. What do you want to be doing? And you know, there's so many churches in New York with basements where you can do a play. And you know, there's something that really moved me. I read this obituary of brilliant actor Paul schofield. Late in his life, he was acting acting in a very high level, playing big parts, but only at the church near him. And he realized that it doesn't matter how many people see it. It matters what you do. And I want to walk to work and I'm going to play king Lear at my church. Everything gets washed away like a sand castle anyway. Who do you want to be? What do you want to do with your time? One of the things that I do want.

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Djokovic faces deportation as Australia revokes visa again

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Djokovic faces deportation as Australia revokes visa again

"It it is is number number one one know know that that Chuck Chuck of of itch itch faces faces deportation deportation again again off off to to the the Australian Australian government government has has revoked revoked his his visa visa for for a a second second time time the the government government ban ban is is the the latest latest twist twist in in the the ongoing ongoing saga saga of of the the weather weather the the number number one one ranked ranked tennis tennis player player will will be be allowed allowed to to compete compete in in the the Australian Australian Open Open despite despite being being unvaccinated unvaccinated because because the the nineteen nineteen immigration immigration minister minister Alex Alex Hawke Hawke says says he he used used his his ministerial ministerial discretion discretion to to cancel cancel daca daca **** **** visa visa on on public public interest interest grounds grounds the the Serbian Serbian star's star's lawyers lawyers are are expected expected to to appeal appeal the the federal federal circuit circuit and and family family court court which which they they already already successfully successfully did did last last week week on on procedural procedural grounds grounds after after his his visa visa was was first first counseled counseled I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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With Djokovic’s Status in Limbo, So Is the Australian Open

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

With Djokovic’s Status in Limbo, So Is the Australian Open

"Tennis tennis star star Novak Novak Djokovic Djokovic Justin Justin awaiting awaiting a a government government decision decision on on whether whether he he can can stay stay in in Australia Australia I'm I'm playing playing the the Australian Australian Open Open the the number number one one ranked ranked tennis tennis style style remains remains in in limbo limbo waiting waiting to to hear hear the the final final decision decision on on whether whether he he will will be be deported deported from from Australia Australia for for not not being being vaccinated vaccinated tennis tennis project project which which had had his his visa visa cancelled cancelled on on arrival arrival in in Melbourne Melbourne when when his his vaccination vaccination exemption exemption was was rejected rejected however however he he wanted wanted legal legal battle battle on on procedural procedural grounds grounds that that allowed allowed him him to to stay stay in in the the country country immigration immigration minister minister Alex Alex Hawke Hawke is is deciding deciding whether whether to to allow allow him him to to stay stay since since his his visa visa was was reinstated reinstated at at here here in in the the week week Australian Australian deputy deputy prime prime minister minister Barnaby Barnaby Joyce Joyce believes believes exceptions exceptions shouldn't shouldn't be be made made to to the the vast vast majority majority of of Australians Australians said said I I didn't didn't like like the the idea idea that that

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"hawke" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"hawke" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"I hope we're not reach rehashing in retreading over that For eight episodes if you if you want to touch on it a little bit. But if that's overdoing is getting a a longer version of the first movie I i don't know that. I'm very interested in that. Well and so what. What do you think they'll do. Then i don't know. I guess that's a. Maybe maybe what. They're looking to do a more faithful adaptation of the book. Because i do remember. We talked about this They're doing this one. I think they're doing all three all three of the books right all three of the interview books of the not interviewing they're called. What were they called a kind of having a brain today. Oh the chronicles of dot. Yeah yeah so. I think i think they're. They're actually going to do three series. That's what the plan was anyways. Sa- coverage book. Just i don't know. I don't know that i'm very interested in know i'd have to first of all. I have to see it. So i wanna see some footage or trailer or something you always say three episodes. Yeah i'll give it three episodes but it just seems like it's I don't know all right right. Seems retreading we've already seen. I don't know. I don't know i don't know if you don't have to put it into words. You made the sound perfect anyways. Who are last item today. And this is exciting for me. Because i'm a huge eggers. Fan robert eggers. Nas for to remake is a go with anna taylor joy onboard. Oh she'll play the right next victim of or lock. The vampire in the new. Take on. F w murnau's gothic classic. This morning the los angeles times ran a new profile of raw rising star on. You taylor joey okay. Was this article this morning. Yeah but she do. You consider her to be a rising star. Yeah i think so. The problem is i. Didn't you win a golden globe or an emmy or whatever. But i think she's still considered that because we obviously we know her work but i think i think for for general readers and an audience are still are still discovering on taylor. Drive with her work goes back years. Yes but you have to be. You'd have to be watching certain kind of cinema. Did you guys not see split. What's going on right now. let's go so anyway. The los angeles time times ran a new profile on rising star on you taylor joy. Who's currently on the sort of hot streak. Most young actors can only fantasize about. She'll soon appear..

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‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

The Fantasmagorium Show

02:00 min | 9 months ago

‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

"Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park. Laura dern as dr elliott sadler Sam neill alan grant and jeff. Goldblum is ian malcolm It was previously reported that the iconic trio would join Would join franchise stars. Chris pratt and bryce dallas howard in the third installment of call intra varos Run of the films While understanding well under. But i'm sorry undeniably tra- varas baby. The footage kicked off with an unseen. Home movie real starring. The world's the world's the world's creator and original. I'm sorry. I thought you said creature creator and original director steven spielberg. He is talent. I'm thinking to myself. Why is steven nobrega creature now. Technically the grainy clip should spielberg In safari gear on the set of the nineteen ninety-three film Explaining a film prop to a child actor. The problem of course was the cane. Used by a richard attenborough topped with a globe of amber housing a petrified mosquito inside and the cain was the first building block in engineering dinosaurs for the fictional park. That's cool so they said that was cool. They showed that kind of grainy. Home movie footage for that At an inner will interwoven with behind the scenes and a trailer. I think or or what they would probably not trailer behind the scenes

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"hawke" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

04:21 min | 9 months ago

"hawke" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"Of house member of the bronx's concourse plaza multi plex named leeann eighty six year old katherine lawrence of the amc village theaters in manhattan was spotlighted by jake jill hall now just to kind of put a little context on that she has worked at the amc village theater in manhattan for thirty years and she said the reason that she still works there is she. She says 'cause. I get a c- a brand new movie every week. Yeah come on. Then it's a heartbreaker right that's awesome. It's an. it reminds me of the ticket. Taker in last action hero. It just like. I just wanna work. I want to be in show business or i work at a movie working the movie theater. Yeah so. I thought that was cool. I heard about that yesterday. And i'm like man that's awesome Absolutely and it's nice of them to shout out the people who have been arguably affected hardest right especially to a crowd that that at a at a convention for movie theater owners. It's perfect just blatant advertising. Well yeah but kudos to universal for even thinking of doing it agree. I'm surprised nobody else has done that. Actually but it makes in in the year coming out of the year of the at twenty twenty that we just had When movie theaters just you know really took a shellacking. It was it was very Firing nice of them and thoughtful and touching in a way To you know to to put them front and center in In that way introducing these these cool These cool movies trailers and speaking of movie trailers in that universal thing. we have to two stories. Ohio had some handsome hockey. Ethan hawke horror film the black phone poised as next blunt. How smash traumatizes in mikan. Finally something scarier than oh my god..

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"hawke" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

02:44 min | 9 months ago

"hawke" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"On today's show. Alan grant elliott sadler and ian effing malcolm return in cinema con footage for jurassic world dominion benedict cumberbatch and kirsten done his head into the american west from the writer director of the piano. And ethan hunt even hunk breath bad by a bad guy rule for the next blunt house thriller. I am smitten by ethan hawke. Let's go and we are live. Hey steve i just watched gatica. What's up hey sure did yeah. Handsome hawk back in the back in the pictures yes He apparently scaring the bejesus out of Or creeping amount at least. We'll get to that when we get to the news. How was your day scott. Oh pretty good. Pretty good like i said watch. Gatica saw this awesome interview with director of a documentary regarding one of my first. Vhs experiences did you. Did you see that Did you see that interview that happened. I yeah i have. I happen to catch it. You were there. Oh yeah i was actually there okay. I'm sorry i didn't see there. Yeah though of course not focused on ernie and you should because his documentaries looks like it's going to be awesome one thing that that That i wanted to do. We just didn't. We didn't do it and i apologize to earning for this was show his trailer. So we're going to show the trailer now and You know hopefully. He won't be too upset with me. Oh come on. we're this love. I love howard the duck. I do truly appreciate the howard. The duck fans. I'm glad that there are people who appreciate all the effort that was put into making this movie. I can't believe you don't have other people saying that. That's unbelievable to me. How did you look at that docking. Go this is acceptable..

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Ethan Hawke on His Book 'A Bright Ray of Darkness'

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Ethan Hawke on His Book 'A Bright Ray of Darkness'

"Yes i know. Ethan hawke is a famous actor and hardly means it introduction. He started more than eighty movies. Many of which have made their mark in geist. You've seen him in everything from dead poets society in reality bites to the before trilogy and boyhood ethan hawke is also a writer. In fact in high school he wanted to be a writer before becoming interested in acting over his nearly four decade career. he's managed to do and then today. I'm going to talk with him about his latest novel of great ray of darkness and his revert performance as john brown in the showtime series. The good lord burnt. Ethan hawke welcome to design matters. Well thanks for having me. It's a pleasure to be here even. Is it true that when you were growing up. You had fantasies of becoming a merchant marine. That is very true. Well i was a big jack. London fan you know and i had a kid who lived down the street from me than i was nick and he liked jack london and he was really cool. You know when you're sixteen. Seventeen year olds just feels like he's got the world by the scruff of the neck and He went off to be a merchant marine and live off his jack london fantasies. I have no idea what happened to him. But we used to read books together and talk about them. And i thought he was. You know. I wanted to be just like him but i also want to be just like jack london and so i thought that might be a great avenue to chase down an interesting life to disappear into the seas the comeback. Somebody interesting pretty boring. As i was

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COVID-19 Vaccine: Questions Answered With Dr. Johnson Fatokun, MD

The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 Vaccine: Questions Answered With Dr. Johnson Fatokun, MD

"In today's episode. What talking to bob hawke topic the nineteen vaccine and addressing some of the concerns and worries a face around getting the vaccine and a lot of be concerned about getting the vaccine. And i just a good idea talk about it with medical practitioner would need to the as a medical doctor. Dr johnson photographer who is experience family. Physician practices here not berta so welcomed up. Johnston gets a happy ear only program. Thank you so. We've reached up the johnson today in his office in actually in limit. So how are you doing for staff about. The johnson are crazy busy. Yeah times and very odd certain tumbles love just so. There's a lot of backup false when it comes to these vaccine when it comes to the arrows reside surrounded. He has to put measures in place to mitchell. Everybody is safe. Count your office yasu safety. Those who can't calm you have to do provide catholic though. Sometimes you see some collision myself book late. Making phone calls to crash lot. Mitchell vision gets cab when you do give the house up gracie chugging discounts. So what do you. So i wanna ask you like the like you said. These are very uncertain times challenging times. What are you doing for self care as doctor like. What are you doing to stay motivated. You know into so many things. Well i'm me. Tried to go for walks. I make sure each row physically. No pounding gavin every day. Well it's good food and then rest will any to work. I take any date. It never ends now. Vision context you because of the accents so detects you to call you so you have to find out so downturns and which works and they'll which entity i don't sit in the quiet through soochow everything away

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"hawke" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"hawke" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"What they do for what our soldiers do that sacrifice their lives, and I just don't care for people that put those kinds of people down. If it weren't for them, we would not have the freedom to complain about what they do now. Will he ever work again? He will question because he's black and he's a great actor. But here's what's ironic about that. Denzel Washington is not a good actor. He's a brilliant, fantastic, Okay if it's Philadelphia, I don't care if it's John Q. Or training day when he played a cop, crooked cop that Zach was great Etzioni. He won one Academy Award one. And the role in training their way plays a crooked cop with Ethan Hawke. My ninja. It was just a just gives you goose bumps watching that movie, But, yeah, he was terrific and imported, You know, you know, the irony is all that here he is. He's actually defending police. And it's on Lee Academy Award came in playing the fucking. I hate what you're saying that little bit of irony there, but It was acting and either way, he's a prominent black male. And there he is out there defending the police and you gotta love this. So there's hope. Folks keep hope alive. A lot of big name guests and fun stuff coming up this hour, Charles Payne Fernando Matteo, said the song savant. It'll be interesting to hear what Charles Payne has to say about Ron Insana and Fernando Mateo has to say about Go to sleep all and Frank Murano and you only gonna hear the ranchers in one place right here on Bernie and said Whose opinion and information never miss a headline like 77. W A. B C on Facebook. W A B C traffic.

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"hawke" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"hawke" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Well sinister. Ah. Oh, you don't say Yo, this movie is with Ethan Hawke. It's about the dude that was inside. He went toe move into this house where the family got killed. And there's this, like, boss turning cool was the murder and he found he's like video total picture. Then he's rolling the tapes, and he sees his monster. Like every film, then his whole sinister. I haven't seen that. I've gotta see that, like a sinister to already, But, yeah, it was really scary, bro. And you know, it was crazy about that is that none of them came back relate. Nightmare on Elm Street are in the top five conjuring sinister. Have you seen sinister Jace? Not another sea, The sinister hand picked and you showed up the guy I want to see that it has the highest average heart rate. That's why I was the one with the most like jumps was definitely insidious stuff. Really. Just do that One scared that hell out of me, bro. I thought for sure I was watching. It was the 12 days of Louis's watching. I was watching a fuse. May you took your shirt off, and I was like, Yeah, it could be scary to look at all the back. Yeah, well, all right, What is the number One scary movie for you hate us up 8 62 4689 to 3. 2468923. What is this Scary is the number one.

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"hawke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"hawke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is fresh air weekend. I'm Dave Davies in for Terry Gross. You probably know our guest Ethan Hawke from some of his more than 80 film roles. The young prep school student in Dead Poets Society, the young rock musician and reality bites the rookie cop in Training Day, the divorced father in boyhood. The romantic lead in before sunrise before sunset and before midnight and more recently as the troubled priest in first reformed. He's also directed films written screenplays novels in a Children's book. Acted in award winning theatre roles and more Hawk has been nominated for four Academy Awards, too, for acting and 24 script adaptation. He's now storing in the seven part Showtime series. The Good Lord Bird, which he co produced and co created the first episode aired Sunday night. It's based on the novel The Good Lord Bird, by James McBride. And it tells the story of abolitionist John Brown through the eyes of a 14 year old slave who's freed by Brown and joins his band of anti slavery soldiers. Ethan Hawke plays John Brown, the fanatical opponent of slavery, who was hanged in 18 59 after seizing an armory at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, hoping to spark a slave rebellion. When the series opens Brown and his sons and followers or writing through Kansas in the 18 fifties, seeking to liberate slaves and battling with pro slavery militias. In this scene From the first episode, it's nighttime, and Brown and his sons have burst into the cabin of a farmer who is allied with the pro slavery paramilitary group known as the red Shirts. While the terrified farmer's family looks on a menacing John Brown, played by Ethan Hawke addresses the man. I have come to deliver this Holy Redeemer is justice. Free his people. An exact his revenge for the murder, rape and kidnapping of the Negro by slavers. Those like yourself. Oh, those involved there are no exceptions. Farmer trying to make a dollar change pockets..

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"hawke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"hawke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"How are you has has it was stepped isn't Doug Thank you Has Doug He's great. He's training for a triathlon. Sorry. I no exercise big trigger. And and that is our guest, Ethan Hawke as Tucker Crow in the movie Juliet naked. That's a fun scene, isn't it? You know, it's one of my favorite ones over done that. That scene makes me laugh. Yeah, You know, it's It's a romantic comedy with Rose Byrne and Chris O'Dowd. And it's really funny. Did you identify with this character, Dr Crowe? You know, having been yourself kind of a cultural icon is a very young person and then having you know, growing up having a complicated life, you know completely and it's why did the part is fascinating Woman? Great things about acting and aging is you're constantly having to revisit new problems. You're the same person, but your age brings about new problems. Always like this since I had my first kiss on screen and the Explorer's You know, I was a parent on screen like and this is my first time I played a grandfather and I probably play a lot more of them. And you have to kind of look at that in the eye, like right. This is the future of me. But I'm you know, I'm gonna be playing. You know some young starlets, Grandpa, who says some kind of wise thing Really? You know, has a heart attack? Um, so I don't know. I enjoy it, though, And I enjoy being able to visit aspects of myself in my life. A sense of failure. You know, this is the thing about being young and promising like Tucker Crow and not meeting expectations that I think anybody that experience this. My favorite That was this experience is celebrity. My favorite line about that is Dustin Hoffman's, which is the only thing worse than getting recognized. Everywhere you go, is Not getting recognized. Everywhere you go anymore, right? Uh uh, in in life is it doesn't matter what happens to you. You know, you're going to get beat up. You know, you sort of had this career where you've, you know, acted as a very young guy and played all kinds of different rules. When people see you on the street Do they throw lines at your other certain roles that they ask you about? Sure you might think it's fun about my career's. I've gotten a B in all kinds of different movies. There's certain people, you know, probably not listening to NPR. I don't know who love horror movies and people want to talk to me about sinister and purge for hours or there's people that I love science fiction, and they want to talk to me about Gatica predestination. There's you know, the Linkletter fans in the world that want to talk about boyhood before trilogy all night. And then you know, there's the cop pictures, you know, Training day and salts on precinct 13, Brooklyn's finest does. There's a certain portion of the public that wants to do that, hopefully Someday. Somebody I want to talk to me about the good Lord Bird. You know this first performed had its impact on a certain part of the culture. And so it's It's kind of the fun. I can meet people where they like to be met. Well, Ethan Hawke, congratulations on the Siri's and thanks so much for speaking with us. Ethan Hawke Stars as the abolitionist leader John Brown in the Showtime series. The Good Lord Bird. Based on a James McBride novel. It airs Sunday nights at nine. Is gentle. On tomorrow's show. We talked with rock and roll star Lenny Kravitz. His new memoir, Let Love Rule Is about his Life up to the release of his first album in 1989. He talks about his loving relationship with his mom actress Roxy.

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Full Trump Impeachment Transcripts Released For First Time

The Beat with Ari Melber

14:03 min | 2 years ago

Full Trump Impeachment Transcripts Released For First Time

"And we begin with breaking news today the congressional impeachment probe is going public for the first time here is the scene in Washington is house. Investigators are releasing the first transcripts from their high stakes impeachment interviews showing the world what some witnesses witnesses testified about president trump's Ukraine cream clot you're looking at of course that House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff he was stepping out to the cameras here to recount damning testimony from the former ambassador to Ukraine and banned from Mike Pompeo's deputy at the State Department as one of the first witnesses to this irregular backchannel that the president establish with Rudy Giuliani the degree to which the apparatus of the State Department itself was being used to seek political information for a political local purpose by the President United States tomorrow we are scheduled to release the transcripts of Ambassador Volker earn a Bachelor Sunland and we will continue to release the transcripts in an orderly way Democrats say this orderly release ace of calls and transcripts and everything they have that is supporting the evidence will ultimately deal with the Republicans bluff and what they say are basically bad faith complaints about this probe and processed thus far democrats say that everyone will then see the same interviews the same allegations the same corroboration of trump Giuliani plot it's so concerned career diplomats army officers and other nonpartisan veterans now I'm going to go through right now just a few of the high points. Today's release provides four hundred seventy three pages of of new testimony and it paints a rebuttal to the emerging argument at trump's Ukraine mistake or plot with some sort of simple phone call or just an uncompleted request that's part of the defense that trump allies have lined up but here you have impeachment witnesses like a former ambassador saying Donald trump threatened her for her objections to that infamous July phone call recounting she was shocked and surprise trump would speak about me or any ambassador in that way to a foreign counterpart the point there is that this diplomat was concerned trump was acting more in concert with foreign interests in this shadow agenda then the State Department she details this by going on and showing how a now famous trump loyalist Mr Gordon Sunlen advisor to address these internal attacks on her by going political saying quote you need to go big or go home tweet out there that you support the president and then all these are lives and everything else well that is improper advice career diplomats do not go oh big on public political endorsements anymore than military leaders do both categories of service members steer clear of for example both parties political conventions engines that's just to avoid any perception that currently serving officials at the Pentagon or state are just political partisans then tonight we can also report report on new testimony about the intersection of this shadow foreign policy plot and the president's shadow communications arm because a Fox News anchor who shared a lawyer with the president whose name arose in the Mueller probe is back in the new transcript out tonight this ambassador details how Sean Hannity's attacks on her and his alleged support of aspects of Ukraine plot made it at the highest levels of the State Department where some officials called Hannity seeking any evidence to support basically these red hot allegations against her the testimony stating that these officials asked basically Fox News. Hey what's going on do you have any proof of these kinds of allegations or not and if you have proof tell me and if not stop press reporting can of course draw any kind of pushback or dialogue from the government that itself isn't automatically suspicious but impeachment investigators are probing the theory that this was part of the shadow foreign policy to hijack diplomacy for trump's reelection fox news itself as rebuked handy for for what you see on your screen his appearance at a trump rally which of course makes them look less like an independent reporter and more like trump surrogate so keep all that in mind when you go all the way back to march on Hannity's show which by the way doesn't usually delve into the names of individual ambassadors to all the different countries around the world but on that show they went in named named check this one you have a Novic and that looks especially interesting given what is coming out today that Giuliani and others were trying to oust her letter surfaced I from a senior member of Congress to Secretary Pompeo accusing the current US ambassador in Kiev a bad mouthing the trump administration we also now know that the current United States Ambassador Marie Ivanovich has bad mouth the president of the United States this woman needs to be called home to the idiots that's unhappy show that's trump's big booster lawyer Joe Digenova and that's what they were saying about the ambassador back in the spring we now know here's why I'm showing that tonight and why it came up in today's release testimony we know that wall does public attacks were occurring Fox News taking a sudden interest in a random ambassador Rudy Giuliani was pushing Ukraine plot and that's not all that Fox News Larry just saw there to Geneva who's making that case with Hannity he legally Wrigley represents the conservative writer who was pushing the same Ukraine plot so that's the context for this ambassadors testimony about what looks like a coordinated smear campaign not not only the ouster but to get a bribe out of Ukraine to help trump win reelection now the other new transcript today comes from an aide to Secretary of State Pompeo who criticized the administration for using the State Department for this quote to procure negative political information for domestic purposes and when asked about efforts to quote us the State Department apartment to dig up dirt on political opponent Kinley responds in thirty seven years in the foreign service in different parts of the globe and working on controversial issues ten years back in Washington I had never a scene that I'm joined now by former Federal Prosecutor John Flannery Hawke a former White House and State Department official administration Good evening to both of you know what is the level of significance of these of these disclosures in your view and how unusual are they given your experience to have any of this going on inside the State Department and it's fascinating in a very period reading a political thriller Type Way and it's completely out of line line with how we usually run national security and diplomacy efforts what we're really seeing is how the president and a day by day basis was effectively extorting a foreign in government to be able to advance his own political interests renal damage was a was a career official who's doing her job as best as she knows how she's been trained to do and and Giuliani and his goons that are sick on her to try to make her bend to do the president's specific political bidding that's what we're seeing in the transcript I also find find very fascinating how trump's twitter account has really filtered down to the lowest and highest levels of diplomacy on the same day in which president trump trump there's accounts of how his staff was trying to do a fifteen minute delay and his twitter account suddenly the same day we see a transcript that says an ambassador has to tweet her loyalty and praise of the president is all about his own personal ego and not about the security walk us through what you're getting at there because obviously there are people people are welcome to go out and say whatever they want about great any politicians right people in public life in America the political arm the campaign arm you're saying ah we mentioned earlier in our reporting that the State Department like the Pentagon is supposed to be totally walled off from that and this is the part where we talk about country over party it's actually actually part of the service agreement that Foreign Service officers at the State Department who are the career diplomats military officers over at the Pentagon and the armed force who says they are supposed to be advancing the interests of the country and the policy there is a layer political appointees who tried to steer the ship and the direction that the president may want they're usually work together in concert and not against each other but at no point is it supposed to be praised the dear leader this is what we think it is about praising America America independent whoever holds the White House John Let's stipulate that these officials who many of them we've noted are are bipartisan experience. Say this is terrible terrible bad reform policy people might get fired over it that's all of the policy personnel side but this isn't just that level this is a higher level today these I transcript we've seen tonight ever in the impeachment probe do you see anything in here that hits the higher level of evidence of a high crime yes the thing thing that I was interested in that I didn't realize because I didn't focus at the time when Hannity referenced the Congressman He referenced Congressman Sessions from Texas You may remember that he was the target of the two associates of Rudy Giuliani to receive funds to write the letter attacking advantage so in a moment ago you were talking about kind of the the the rat's nest of how these people are all intertwined gentleman I don't think he said S. maybe I mean I was thinking when you were saying it but so what I see is a connection here and it goes back I like all compulsive lawyers here's I read at least the beginning of Ivanovich testimony and at the beginning of the Republicans who wanted to be in the room we're in the room and they did everything they could to be dilatory into the delay what was going on unsuccessfully but on top of that gave us a sense of what she was going through over there and how they were spreading word that she I was saying some people shouldn't be prosecuted which was ally and this goes back to November of eighteen and coming forward so this is a long campaign and Rudy Giuliani was in there from the beginning as we've learned from other witnesses so I think that th the pieces are here and people fairly read the transcripts all this they saying about could pro quo goes away and all we're faced with bribery and extortion and misconduct but by many more people just talk to John you're saying these transcripts alone we're not up to everyone who was on the call this isn't that part that's not the first hand account of the call the investigators investigators are saying they're releasing as they go but this part you're saying provides what part of the bribery plot well what it provides is we have to get out of the way somebody who would prevent ah rural rudy from doing when he wants to do which is to create the situation for the president to have an easy pass and the twenty twenty election having having them announcing bogus investigate only I'm only slowing you down because there's so much happening here Before I got another lawyer I'm going to bring in with you as if my first lawyer you're saying basically if the briefcase briefcase bribe is getting the Biden investigation some of these diplomats were hearing from now where people in the room who would say don't do that we don't do that and so we're seeing the part of the conspiracy tonight according to these transcripts were first those people had to be cleared out of the room then you bring in abroad yes that's and it looks like they were they were working on parallel tracks but she was always a danger because she was a straight shooter and they he didn't want a straight shooter and they wanted to be rumbling around behind the Green Curtain doing what they were doing both for apparently Rudy's own personal bank account but also oh to help the president get this dirt on Biden and that became especially true in July when he was polling better Biden with polling better in the Democratic Democratic primary opponent both these stay with me as promise I wanNA bring in another lawyer in one with tremendous experience Roberts General Counsel at the NSA senior roles at CIA and Defense Department good evening to you sir a good evening Sir I put the same question to you and without profiling you too much a part of your job is to look at this from the perspective of the Intelligence and security agencies to give you know the tie would go to them typically on your day job right give them a benign nine view of or at least a defense of what happened given your experience in that and you look at what we're seeing in these new transcripts do you see a way that this breaks towards the trump administration or does this look well over the line to me this looks well over the line as a lawyer whenever I hear about a complicated case I always try to put myself in the position of defense counsel what is it that I would argue and I don't see it here and you know the people have objected to to the quid pro quo perhaps because it's Latin a much easier good old Anglo Saxon word is bribery and it's actually mentioned in article two section the three as one of the high crimes and misdemeanors this was an attempt at bribery. Do me a favor and I'll give you four hundred million dollars in military sorry aid yeah you laid out congresswoman Speier who's on the Intelligence Committee making a similar point that you raise their the idea that we are we are looking working potentially here at the allegations of a bribe here's what she said I think that you could make a case for bribery now and I think that discussion needs to be seriously developed and considered because there was an effort to to try to get something of value from misters Alinsky the president of Ukraine Robert how important is it if the Democrats are moving towards making that case and she is on the key committee here that's releasing these transcripts to show that this was a larger plot that there was a premeditated strategy as John and I were just discussing to get anyone who might object out of the room and then

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One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened

Between The Lines

07:24 min | 3 years ago

One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened

"It's been a month since the federal election and the live apart. And the commentaries they remained in a state of disbelief and despair. This was, we will told the unlivable election. So just how did the pundits get my so badly? Roan is it fair to just blind? The polls will the coalition scare campaign as if scape campaigns never happened in politics. What do you think was this election reminder that many commentators, especially in the camera? Chris gallery. They really do. Leave in a bubble. Well, one veteran columnist consistently believed that the coalition had a pathway to victory and he's my guest today. Jared Henderson, now you've no doubt seen him as a regular guest on the inside, as you can read these call them every Saturday in the Weekend Australian, and he publishes a Wally read blog called media watch dog. Now, jeff. Rod is one of the leading historians of the liberal party. He's books include Menzies child, liberal party of Australia and Santa Maria. A most unusual man as published by immu p the Papp's Jared's. Mine work is executive director of the Sydney institute. Jared, it's great to have you on between the lines. Thanks for the invitation to them. Now, what are the punditry get the election so badly? Wrong, what I think you've got to look at brief contemporary history here. We know that the polls go to wrong with Trump's victory. The polls got it wrong with bricks and the penetration Australia should have been aware that Paul's aunt, who is reliable. But in a in a sense, I think must of the commentators in most of the journalist wanted the coalition defeated, and there was a sort of projection onto the electric of their own views. They didn't believe that the coalition was worthy of government. They didn't believe modem timbale should have been overthrown. They wanted the. Coalition replaced, and I think they projected onto the electric debuts day held without checking out what the views the electric hill, and I think biolog-, many of them are out of touch some common title is on the lift such as professor Judith Brit, from Latrobe university shoot. She took to the cover story in the monthly magazine leading up to the my I election. And she said that this was the headline laced self interest groups, the liberal party has little lift, but appeals to the hypocrisy on her lawn was that the liberals must be hoping that enough of it supporters. These are woods hours, morally bankrupt as it has become happy to try the planets, and they children's future for pocketful of Silva. Judas breath is very often wrong on these matters. It's twenty five years ago. She predicted the end of the liberal party that didn't work out too well, and then I saw her piece in the monthly, but it's rather superficial. Peace and innocent Sasol fractious pace because what she's saying is that Australian shouldn't be primarily consumer their economic interests. Now, I always sought before the campaign during the campaign that essentially Australians would those on their economic interest, because that was the only thing that can really determine about others thought that they should vote on perceptions of climate change who perceptions about the liberal party. But that's not how have worked in the past and, and make sense. If, if you'll someone on on modest to listen, modest means you're gonna look look after self. And, and I think it's wise that you do that. It's not simply self. It's also you family. I think there was a tendency of many of the commentariat heated look down on other astray ins they thought privately I thought they wouldn't express it they thought they went as. Well educated today with I wanted us in a sense that as morals with wanting, the real big issues. I mean in, in a meeting, I did very few discussions before the vixen vetted, one, one business Madiun, David Maron, Jennifer Hewett, and David Meyer. Showed me, the whole election was going to be decided on climate change and suggested David that he might drive out to the suburbs. So into some of the regional towns to find out what people really talking about about. He didn't do this and I didn't finish to the MAs of the will that they, they are get out clause now is that, well that would just following the polls and the polls consistently said that the coalition would not win the election and raises the question. And we saw the same phenomenon happen both with Brexit and Trump. And we've talked about the shy Trump factor that people feed and meeting, I'd vote for the Republican nomination, because he was socially unacceptable during the twenty sixteen Brexit referendum Paul's pointed to remind. Find victory millions of. Scheib residencies unite crypt into the Pauling booze. I voted leave you'll saying the same phenomenon heath. Well, we are saying the same here, but there's another factor. It's wrong to blame the Pels in in this insulin, usually, the Pels arrived, this time, the weren't right? But in any event, the magin was fifty one and a half to forty eight and a half. And that's still within the magic mirror. So very unwise for any journalist to say, well, look, the coalition's behind by that, much, of course, look at ninety ninety three when Paul Keating won a come from behind election victory Johnson. That was a classic wasn't it. Well, it was in 'cause pull ditties victory speech out in the western suburbs. And he come into the second eleven of journalists being sent. All the I live in was hanging around waiting for Joan his victory speech, which he, which he never delivered. So in a column, I did the Australian before in the period of the election said, Labour's, he went from a position on three occasions, not seventy two with Gulf with him. He was not a popular figure, but a huge figure then with Bob Hawke, who was both very popular figure, and a huge figure. And with Kevin rod who wasn't a huge figure, but a very popular figure. Now, when you look at it that way, Bill, shorten wasn't at that level. And then there was this fixation among sections of the press. Go raise it, the review among sections, the prescription some other commentators, that's okay for the liberal party to have a later who might win provided his name, Malcolm Turnbull, preps. Julie bishop. They didn't believe that the term should have been replaced, and therefore, they didn't believe that Morrison could win because they predicted they've you of turn belong to the electorate. But the electric didn't have that view of timber all guest is Jared Hinson is a columnist with the. Australia now on election, not the vanquish Tony Abbott. He talked about a political realignment in this country. Let's heave from the former prime minister. There is something of a rail lineman poets going on rolling around this country. It's clear that in what might be described as working seats. We are doing so much better. It's also clear in, at least some of what described as wealthy Sates way undoing it tough. And the Green Left is doing better. They will be gripe deal of analysis of the pot that climate China deal did not ply in the ring outcome. And let me just say these says, my first word if not necessarily my last word on this subject. Climate change is

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Explainer 166: Was Australias shock election result really that shocking?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:13 min | 3 years ago

Explainer 166: Was Australias shock election result really that shocking?

"The results of the federal election held in a stray Lee. This past weekend was one delighted the country's bookmakers except the one betting firm regarded the thing as such a foregone conclusion that they paid out on victory by the opposition labor party before vote was counted. Believed in miracles. And tonight we've been delivered in the what. Not for the first time in recent memory, the electorate of a western democracy declining to do as pundits and posters. Had confidently predicted a stray Lia returned to office, the conservative liberal national party coalition, led by incumbent prime minister Scott Morrison, despite more than three years of polling showing a consistent lead for the labor party led by Bill shorten. I, I. And we'll wanting to hold out of the also, it's obviously not all of them. It is, perhaps, tempting four to cast Morrison's, unlikely victory as yet, another populace tantrum thrown by these spoilt, people of a wealthy and orderly nation comparable with the Brexit vote of two thousand sixteen the election of Donald Trump the same year and the handing the reins of power in several European countries and regions to sorted varieties of cowboy. But this is not that the result of the two thousand nineteen Australian federal election is instead, something of a political paradox, being both surprising and predictable. It is surprising inasmuch as nobody expected it, at least not this time, but predictable in the sense that it is the nineteenth occasions since the end of World War, Two on which ustralia has elected, the liberal party and its conservative coalition partners, far from being another furious, incoherent tipping over of the tables, this may have been a rare vote for steady as she goes business as usual looked at like that. When contemplating the global context, it might even be vaguely reassuring. Which brings us to the question of what kind of prime minister Scott Morrison will be not before Saturday question that many thought even worth asking Morrison became prime minister in a party room coup only last August, and it was widely suspected that he was destined to be remembered if at all, only by these setters of pub, quizzes seeking to start arguments among competing teams over the identity of strenuous, twenty fifth florist serving prime minister. Instead Morrison finds himself with a full three year term ahead of him and every chance of being the first Austrailia and prime minister to complete one for more than a decade. This is not just due to the against the odds victory Morrison one at the weekend. But the manner of it Morrison whose pre politics background walls in marketing substantially sidelined, the rest of his front bench and may Delek Shen all about him hoping that he's slightly labored, persona of an awkward Ernest suburban dad would connect of let a few things about the prime minister of the last couple of days of whipped up on this visit that we've both chosen well, in terms of MRs body Miranda, and gin you, and I, maybe punching a bit above are white, but nevertheless, that the tactic worked is self evident, but Morrison will not necessarily find the going easy from here, though his win on Saturday was remarkable. It was also close and on a few key issues. Morrison is comfortably in minority among his fellow Australians. He is a Pentecostal Christian and instinctive social conservative. Not a common outlook in a largely secular and increasingly small l liberal country and Morrison is if not an outright climate change skeptic, then a climate change equivocated who now finds himself leading a people who consistently list the environment among the most pressing concerns. This seems to have been one of the reasons though the list of possibilities on this front is not short. Why the voters of were ringer, a hitherto, solid liberal seat on the proverbially, prosperous, north shore of Sydney dumped their long-serving MP, and former liberal, prime minister and big weirdo, Tony Abbott. It doesn't hurt to lose, but sided I'd rather be a loser and quit. Perhaps more interesting question than how the liberal party and Scott Morrison won this election is the one asking how the labor party and Bill shorten lost the supposedly on lose -able. They may have been an answer. In the notably bipartisan national mourning prompted by the death a couple of days before polls opened of Bob Hawke, one of shortens predescessors, as leader of the labour party and prime minister of stray Leah from nineteen eighty three to nineteen ninety one this government, Mr Speaker has the resources that talent and the skill maj, this dramatic vices better, and stronger, and even more prepared to put the interest of the ordinary threat in the country. Was by any measure, a substantial prime minister, but he was also a supreme political communicator, who understood the country needs to see something potential leader of what it is, or what it wishes to become in a stray Lia the liberal party traditionally offers the status quo labor. The vision Bill shorten in the estimate of a majority of the stray Leah's voters offered, neither his successor as leader of the labour party has both need and an opportunity to think big. Monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Miller.

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Bob Hawke, Leah And Prime Minister discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:38 min | 3 years ago

Bob Hawke, Leah And Prime Minister discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Australia. Bob Hawke was perhaps, best known as an entry in online list of only industry Leah curiosities a prime minister, who wants held the world record for sinking a yard avail in around eleven seconds, while studying at Oxford in the nineteen fifties hawk

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Trump may have made it more difficult for the US to 'win' its trade war with China

Washington Today

08:35 min | 3 years ago

Trump may have made it more difficult for the US to 'win' its trade war with China

"Washington. President Trump says the US would raise tariffs from ten percent to twenty five percent on more than two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods and increase would take affect at twelve. Oh one tomorrow morning unless. Settlement can be reached the threat following charges that Beijing has been trying to backpedal and essentially renegotiate earlier greets. But in the meeting with reporters at the White House earlier today, President Trump also indicated that he received what he described as a beautiful letter from the Chinese president Xi Jinping and would probably speak to him as negotiations continue more from the White House, the vice premiers coming here today, we were getting very close to a deal, then they started to renegotiate the deal. We can't have that. We can't have that. So our country can take one hundred twenty billion dollars a year and tariffs paid for mostly by China, by the way, not by a lot of people try and steer it in a different direction really paid out of his faith for by largely by China. I'm businesses will pour back into our country. So instead of making the product it'll be the old-fashioned way the way we used to do we made our own product. And I think things are going along pretty well. But a large group delegation headed by one of the most respected men. Highest officials of China will be coming in today. They started five o'clock, and they'll see what they can do. But our alternative is is an excellent one. It's an alternative. I've spoken about for years. We'll take in well over one hundred billion dollars a year, we never took in ten cents from China nut ten cents, and it'll be a I think it'll be a very strong day, frankly, but we'll see it was their idea to come back. Just wrote me a beautiful letter just received it and I'll probably speak to him by phone. But look we have two great alternates. Our country is doing fantastically. Well, our numbers at three point two. Don't forget three point to the first quarter is always by far the worst quarter, or at least almost always you look back over the years. First quarter is always weekend. We had three point two GDP. Our unemployment numbers of the best in the history of our country. And we're doing well companies are really doing well, even in Ohio the great state of Ohio yesterday General Motors at my verse stronger jink to put it mildly, very stronger. I wasn't even nice about it. But I appreciate what they did. They sold the the beautiful plant Lordstown they sell that beautiful plant to very very good company that's gonna make electric trucks and that work because I was the only thing they could say about our whole economy Lordstown, they kept saying Lord style Lordstown. And when you had all these great companies spending, billions and billions of dollars coming into our country. They couldn't talk about it. That only mention the one plant. That was a GM plant from a very long time ago. And now, we have a great company going and going to make electric trucks, very appropriate. Those remarks by the president earlier today at the White House and joining us on the phone here in Washington as Bob Davis. He is senior editor for the Wall Street Journal, and can you walk us through specifically the issues on the table between the United States and China? Well, you know, now there's one big issue one big issue. And that is whether the US will go ahead and raise tariffs on Chinese goods, two hundred dollars of Chinese goods. From ten percent to twenty five percent. That is the issue that is dwarfed all the substantive issues that have come before it from China's point of view. Tariffs go into effect. They'll they'll be forced to retaliate if they do that. We're down further down a rabbit hole. This could really create a trade war between the two leading economies of the world. We've been on the edge of a trade war. This is like in trade terms, like high noon, I mean, you know, this is bad as as fraud moment as you get in trade negotiations. So how did they resolve this? Well, one or two ways the Chinese come with concessions that the US considers to be significant enough to either hold off tariffs or to just put tariffs in place for a period of time while they work out work out a deal and get back to this substantive issues that divide in Asians, or you know, it doesn't work out. I mean that the tax go in and we're in for a long period of. Very. Problematic economic news and get these are tariffs that obviously American consumers would see and feel every day the president often mentions the stock market and we've seen some wild moves over the last couple of days because of the uncertainties so where does that put the president? Well, president is a guy who believes in tariffs he calls himself tariff. Man, I think that is actually the way he thinks about things. I think if the market I think the markets had Sumed has had many other people that we were on the road to a deal if it becomes if the talks fell apart and tariffs are put in place in look like me and place for for a long period of time. I would imagine Mark through react very negatively. And then we'll take a look and see how much same power. The president has the face of falling stock market. We're talking with Bob Davis senior editor for the Wall Street Journal does this potentially have any impact on inflation. Possibly probably not. I mean, you know, so we're talking about. Increasing tariffs on two hundred billion dollars of goods from ten percent to twenty five percent. The types of goods that we're talking about on for the most part aren't the sort of things you seem WalMart. I mean, they're they tend to be electron of components mechanical parts, you know, things that go into other things. So yeah, I mean go up, but it'll be hard on a machinery on a piece of machinery to tell. You know, how much of that is from a tariff on the other hand if the president the president is increases threats today, and he's said that they're starting the process of. Of imposing tariffs on three hundred and twenty five billion dollars worth of goods. That's so far haven't been subject to tariffs. And those are the things that Americans buy all the time in WalMart and other stores like iphones and cell phones and clothing there, you, you know, I don't know if it's a big enough impact to to affect the consumer price index overall, but you'll see it. I mean, if you're consumer you'll notice it if the price of an iphone goes up twenty percent because of a tariff, that's not something you're gonna miss and two key players on the US side. The Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin part of these negotiations into the evening, and Robert lighthizer who is a presence top trade negotiator. What can you tell us about these two individuals -pointment as it might be in terms of trade with China? Well, I mean, they very different outlooks and represent very different constituencies. So lighthizer trade Representative is is a longtime China Hawke who largely wanted the USC our job. So he kid finally get a chance to take on China. And try to write what he felt were the wrong that China was committing economically. He pushes his heart as he can harder. I would say the president for a tough deal that would fundamentally change Chinese economic policies. The Treasury Secretary has a different portfolio. I mean, he is portfolio is keeping the US economy humming along in the global economy, you know, few problems as it can have. So he's been pushing much more for a deal. He is kind of a dove in the, you know, in this bifurcated world while visors hawk one thing to note is that the Chinese Trayvon boy a guy named Lou her is meeting today having dinner tonight only with lighthizer not with Mnuchin, which is different than the way. It's been in the

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"hawke" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"hawke" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Joe Hawke said he'd calling in pothole Joe. But my response to that was. Well, Joe hawks. It didn't raise anybody's taxes. They have the road suck. You guys have raised taxes two billion dollars over two years and the road suck. And that's all the GOP. Eric Holcomb has no idea what he's doing. I love this. And this is from a liberal institution pointing this out the the U at again, the name alone tells you everything, you know, the public policy institute center for research on inclusion and social policy even says, this doesn't work conversation over ninety three WDC, rob KENDALL. Brian Baker in for the chicks Bri turning our attention out west. The Los Angeles Times has an interesting article. I play you lived very long time a decade and a half, right? Yes. Some days. I miss it. Most of the time not and it details, the state of California, and what's really going on out there. And according to this article because we keep hearing about this mass exodus from California, according to article in the Los Angeles Times, it floored me it says, it's not the rich people that are leaving California. They can afford to pay the taxes it's the poor and middle-class her finding their way out east. Well, I don't know it depends because if you're a poor in your undocumented, then it's a pretty easy place to live. Now, that's the reality out there, if if you're undocumented, and and you know, you don't have a job you've got a great setup there in the in the city of Los Angeles. You have got it made. But folks are in the middle class lower middle class. Yeah. You're out of luck reading through this article. And and maybe you can walk me through this a little bit. It basically says the it's a it's a socialist haven. I mean, you read through this. And it is by the definition of socialism, a socialist haven in which the very top the very powerful are doing super well and everybody else unless as you said, they're an undocumented illegal immigrant, the actual law abiding tax paying citizens are completely the ones getting screwed. Well, look, I mean, you have the super rich. Right. But then you also have folks who maybe they're making a million two million dollars per year and the standard of living in Los Angeles. Isn't exactly what you would think it would be go online about I'm going like one of those real estate apps like at Trulia and look up houses in these prominent areas of Los Angeles that are in the one to two million dollar range there fixer uppers, they're not nice places, and then you have the tax burden as well. But considering the fact that this came from the LA times, I kind of questioned the accuracy of the study. But yeah, I mean, look the the super wealthy. They might be saying that they can afford to pay the taxes. But when it comes down to it. I know an awful lot of liberal business owners who when it came time to to unload their company and collect their twelve million dollars in profits. They I moved the company to Texas or Tennessee and Abdul and I were discussing this last weekend in for Tony on the morning show. And you don't hear about this a lot? But I know you're not a big sports guy. But but Bryce Harper who signed with Philadelphia Phillies. He's the richest contract in in free agent contract in sports history. Three hundred thirty million. He's my guy he came down to really the Phillies or the dodgers and alternately chose the Phillies. Well, yeah. Because Philadelphia Pennsylvania has an income tax of roughly three percent versus almost thirteen and a half in California over the life of the deal brine, that's thirty some million dollars. I mean, that's a huge smart guides. A huge reason. So really interesting article over there at the Los Angeles Times. It's the ninety three WIBC up. We get.

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3 new movies to check out this weekend

Charlie Parker

02:11 min | 3 years ago

3 new movies to check out this weekend

"New movies this weekend. There are three new movies one getting the most run I'll tell you the other two first a movie called Gloria bell after getting divorced a free spirited middle. Aged woman jumps back into the dating scene and finds love on the dance floor in clubs around Los Angeles. Starring Julianne Moore, Sean Astin, John Turturro K. If you don't wanna see that you could see the kid a young boy gets caught in the crossfire between the infamous outlaw Billy the kid. And sheriff Pat Garrett thing about both of them. I haven't seen a single trailer on either of those frisk Pratt. Ethan Hawke why met in studio recently, he was in town with a movie about four months ago, and was really cool. Vincent, you free Fritos in that one as well. Now, the one everybody's talking about captain marvel as earth gets caught in the middle of a war between alien races. Carol danvers a woman on international women's. Hero enters the fight after being turned into one of the most powerful superheroes. Starring Brie Larson, Samuel L Jackson and Jude law. That's cool. Very cool. You know, it's just the continuation at the end of 0 wars, we got the teaser for hers. So this is this is the next I guess, we have one more avengers movie. Very nice. I now trailers look really good for this one too. I didn't wanna see it. She'll look stupid. But boy, it's getting rave reviews is already breaking records and talking about a former US air force fighter pilot in the middle of a galactic war. I mean, that's that'll get my mind on how much more International Women's Day. Can you totally international? The I even recognized in the trailer at one point I see her training. You know, she was apparently before becoming a fighter pilot. She's a cadet at the air force academy are working out in her air force account. Wait for it. Now. So captain marvel Brie Larson Samuel L Jackson. Ben Mendelsohn Jude law. That's the one everybody's going to be talking about throughout the weekend. And when you go back to work on

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See Oscar nominees online this weekend

Talking Tech

04:36 min | 3 years ago

See Oscar nominees online this weekend

"For six bucks this weekend. You can catch up with Oscar nominated films like stars born bohemian rhapsody and green book on TV the online streaming services. It's the pre-oscar addition of talking tech, I'm Jefferson Graham with USA, basically, every movie that you might wanna see that's nominated for best picture is online you'll have to pay, but it is online. But I you will have to dive into an odd variety of different video formats and device rules, and you better watch past. If you're not familiar with watching video on demand, you pay around six dollars in you, only get forty eight hours to start the movie and finish it. So if you're the type who likes to stretch out that viewing you are out of luck. Most of the movies are available on demand via YouTube Amazon prime video Buddhu fandango now and Google play. Now, the Oscar ceremony will air Sunday on ABC beginning at eight p m e. T five PM, and it's also available on the ABC app or cable alternative services, like YouTube, TV direct TV now and sling TV, let's look at what's available on the major services net. Flicks has four of the Oscar nominated films available to members without paying an additional fee. Roma. Black Panther, the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs and the incredible to Amazon video which is the chief streaming rival to Netflix has none of the twenty nineteen Academy Award contenders. Available for streaming to members of its one hundred and nineteen dollars a year. Prime service yet Cold War, which is up for best. Foreign film will be on the service beginning March twenty second. Amazon does however have many of the top nominated films for it fee. The going rate is six bucks for many the contenders. But some are even more expensive Amazon charges twenty dollars to watch animation nominee. Ralph breaks the internet, but has. First reformed, which is with Ethan Hawke, and it's up for best original screenplay, and you can see it for just ninety nine cents. Look out for really weird rules Baheen rhapsody, for instance, is available in HD on YouTube. However, if you'd like to see the story of the rock band, Queen and four K ultra high definition, you don't have a lot of choices you'll need to be watching on recent Sony or Samsung, four K TV's or you will need to spring for Google's under the radar seventy dollars chrome cast ultra streaming device and watch it that way the ultra connects to the TV and asks you to watch the smartphone app to cast the movie wirelessly to the TV voodoo the service on by WalMart offers films in HD HD X, which is slightly higher resolution and ultra high definition for K. But I'm voodoo a star is born is available in just HD X while bohemian rhapsody streams in HD HD X in USD offer six dollars. Fandango? Now the service from the company that sells online tickets does offer a star is born in four K as does apple. But only if you own the apple TV for K hundred eighty dollars setup box the model that cost thirty dollars more than the entry level, apple TV. If you watch the film on your iphone, ipad, ten eighty p HD finally on Amazon, which has tons of movies of able for video on demand stars burns not there. However, it does offer Oscar-nominated films at various prices are BG the documentary about supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is three dollars the wife with best actress nominee, Glenn Close is five bucks and best picture nominee the favourite fifteen dollars. Now, I don't mind paying to watch the films, especially when the fees are so much more reasonable than what's being charged at the theaters. But these uses rules are right for changing. How about one rule on all the services? Do you think that'd be kinda cool? Happy viewing good luck. Oscar winners, a special treat for talking tech fans. Check out my at Jefferson Graham YouTube channel I did a video this week about Wittig grape photos in classic Hollywood locations from LA La Land singing in the rain to the dark. Knight rises. I think you'll get a kick out of it these watch. And let me know what you think you can leave a comment on my YouTube channel, you could find me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, don't forget to subscribe, the talking tech wherever you listen to online audio police favorite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and his always. Thanks, everyone for listening.

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As polar vortex lingers, parts of U.S. set for record lows

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

As polar vortex lingers, parts of U.S. set for record lows

"First News. Temperatures in the mid west are nearing all-time record lows as a powerful polar vortex drives a deep freeze across the eastern half of the country. The bitter cold will bring below zero temperatures to a quarter of the continental USA. It's so bad that even mail won't be delivered today in large parts of seven. States due to the crippling cold, Indianapolis mayor Joe Hawke said is urging everyone to take precautions that these temperatures. Even ten minutes of exposure may very well be harmful today, Chicago will be colder than parts of Antarctica and the North Pole and school scores of schools city halls and businesses will be closed across the region thousands of flights have been canceled. Amtrak will not operate service to

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"hawke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:24 min | 3 years ago

"hawke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's clearly not going to happen because he didn't even get a best director nam is also quite rare for a movie to win best picture if it isn't nominated for best director. So that seems like a slowing down of momentum for that movie. Although Gaga and shallow could could still do. Great. Who knows? That was one surprising one. Also, I mean, it's great that Black Panther is in the is in the best pictures, both because it's the first superhero comic book movie to make it in there. Which is something that, you know, fans of popular movies have been waiting for for a long time that probably also signifies, thankfully, the death knell for this briefly floated idea of the best popular film categories, just total ghettoisation just nobody likes that lasted forty eight hours, and this I think will help it to sink further, but the but the sad part about that in the emissions. There is that Black Panther got recognized for no other above the line awards. In other words, tech tech awards and then best picture, but nothing for writing. Very celebrated director at this point. He's made three features and they've all been critical raves and pretty much box office smashes. Yeah. Read. Yeah. Exactly. So so that was a bit odd. So it's great to see Black Panther in there. But it doesn't necessarily feel like that movie's getting recognition across the board the way it deserves maybe because it just came out so early in the year that people aren't thinking about those performances, but I mean, Michael Jordan, he just seemed like a real shoe in for best. Supporting I'm interested in when to actresses from the same movie are competing in the same category. As is the case with the favorite with Rachel Weisz, and Emma stone, historically, does that split the vote or does sort of the narrative decide okay, this is Rachel visors year because Emma one for LaLa land. Yeah. I don't know. I mean, you're probably right that it would be more likely to go toward Rachel Emma in that case. But even the fact that they're in that category and Livia Coleman played the Queen and the favorite is in the best. Actress category speaks to this. You know this little Oscar subterfuge category fraud. Is this is an ensemble piece. They're all leads if anyone's the protagonist of that movie. It's Emma stone's character. She's the one who story we follow but Olympic common ax her face off. Oh, yeah. I mean, I would love to see Livia Coleman get that award. Although I've sort of coming onto glenside now because Glenn Glenn story is really convincing the best. Actress category is super strong. I mean, honestly any of those women richly deserved that award. Okay. I'm trying to get a best s porn Angela way down my list. So it's fine close who else? Glenn Close Olivia Colman. Let me see. I don't have it in front of me either right now just lost. It. Okay. Show Maga and Melissa McCarthy. Yeah. I was so excited to see Melissa McCarthy with with with Bill Murray was called Saint Vincent, Vincent. And she played a hospital worker was her first she was spectacular in that. She's a really good actress, and she can sort of quietly do anything, and that sort of thing about can you forgive me. Is it sort of quietly? Great movie, it doesn't it doesn't clamor. I'm a great directed movie. The way that maybe Rome over the favorite do it. It gets the storytelling job done in this in this beautiful way. And it'd be nice to see her recognized for that. But yeah, like, I say all of those. I mean, they all have incredible stories you lead to upper ratio. A completely unexperienced a kindergarten teacher, you know, he was discovered by quote own and who worked closely with him to create this character. And here she is up for best actress, it makes me wonder to whether she'll go onto act or go back to teaching kindergarten. You know, my guess is Dana Stephen she sleeps movie critic and host of slates culture gabfest podcast, so best actor not really many surprises Christian bale from vice Bradley Cooper from a star is born Willem Dafoe. Oh, turned east gate Rami Malik from bohemian rhapsody and Vigo Mortenson from green book. Well, one little surprising there people would have really liked to see Ethan Hawke for I formed which is maybe the performance of his career, and that movie got recognized only for its screenplay again that may be a case of it's a little too dark for Oscar voters, and it came out very early in the year. I thought Willman was amazing, and it is and people have seen at eternity skate. I hope people now will go and see it. It's a it's a Vincent Van Gogh bio-pic, and and it's a somewhat slight movie in a sense. But but Willem Dafoe devastatingly good in it and best director. And I think it surprises everyone you hear. This Spike Lee has never been nominated for best director before what do you think was different about this time around for him? Yeah. That is one of those strange Oscar facts, he did get a career award if you years ago, but in a way, it was a sort of compensation for the fact that he's been really under recognized that could also be that, you know, he's somebody who like Woody Allen is New York based has kind of held himself apart from the Hollywood community has has sort of verbally disparaged. The Oscars have been somewhat. Mocking about them. In interviews. I think probably the academy does not love him for other reasons having nothing to do with his films. But it really is high time that his body of work was recognized and actually a slate writer Dan Quayle made a made a wonderful argument on the site yesterday for black klansman is best picture. He was looking at all the reasons the sort of historical reasons that the other movies can't win, and there's a certain sort of set of markers. Sometimes that point toward what the best picture award will be including you know, what kind of critics awards it's gotten in what other things it's nominated for and black klansman checked off every one of those boxes, and he was saying what about it? What if that's the dark horse and either black Clint clansman wins best picture or spike wins? Best director, you know. Because of those certainly with the more interesting movies to come out in the air. Oh, yeah. I mean, there's nothing else. Like it. I love it or hate it. It's doing its own thing completely in best documentary. There was one glaring omission. I think everyone was surprised that won't you be my neighbor the documentary about mister Rogers wasn't nominated money. Yeah. Gonna say, well, especially because the Oscars love movies that do really well and are critically acclaimed. And that movie was both. I think it was the most successful documentary of the year. And it may have been the most successful documentary. I'm not going to get the record wrong. If I say it, but it smashed a lot of records in terms of documentary box office and was widely beloved the only reason I can pick. It might have been left off is that Morgan Neville, the director has won his Oscar for best documentary pretty recently with twenty feet from stardom. But it's still seems odd. Not to even have it have it there on the list and finally with something like Roma, which is just so visually arresting, and and has just sort of captured people's sort of a social element of it, and the creative element of it a film like that. Which is so different. How does that usually fair during Oscar season? I'm I'm curious. It's got the most nominations. But I'm wondering if it's just one of those is it a is it a juggernaut is it headed towards the awards, or is it one of those things that people realize I we should recognize this, right, but not necessarily it's going to win. I don't know. To tell. I mean, it's a good candidate for jug or not dumb. You know? It's got it's got the most right has got ten nominations. I believe in it's tied with I can't remember what movie with the favorite for ten. There's all I think there was one thing against it. Which is maybe it didn't get a best editing nomination or something like that. But. Yeah. Is sort of everyone's favorite like when I've been hearing people actually putting down there pools and making their bets they're talking about Roma. But like we say it's at the beginning of the process before all these crazy campaign start to come out, and and there's somewhat of a contingent against Roma possibly as well because it's done. So well is the 'overdogs right before? I let you go any other any other category? You were interested in or something that you think our listeners might be interested in knowing. Oh, gosh. I don't know. I mean, I'm more interested in sending people to movies that maybe didn't make it onto this list. That would still be wonderful important mobile. Okay. Let me think of a few. I didn't come in with any right on my list. But okay. Well, you're never really hear the Lynne Ramsay film. With Joaquin Phoenix is really I think one of the best movies of the year and extraordinary performance from Joaquin Phoenix, and the kind of movie that doesn't get recognized. So so there's one right there. Well, let's go with movies directed by women since they got so little recognized in the in these nominations another was private life directed by tamra Jenkins. The first movie she's made in a very long time. No nominations in is really extraordinary. What else there's got to be destroy shirkers shirkers documentary by sandy tan that is again, not the kind of movie that usually gets nominated for an Oscar. Although there were some pretty obscure docks that made that list like HALE county this morning this evening. So if you can it's on Netflix streaming right now, go see sandy tan shirkers, I won't tell you anything about it. Except that it's just.

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"hawke" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"hawke" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Let's be friendly in this community that we have built here. Let's not overuse the McAfee. Once they shut it off. I if we have enough money to only take the ten dollars off first, Bert, let's do that one. But if we're if we're gonna come up. You're about to get up get up to get down some day use McAfee twenty dollars. I purchase shout out to seek. Let's get into this conversation with the hawk. Ladies and gentlemen, it's time for your favorite segment of all time. Football talk with the Hawke AJ hawk what's going on. Okay. AJ? I thank you so much for calling into the show a last minute call in from the bullpen while you're currently watching six children by yourself. Is that correct? No, I only have four kids. But yeah, they are currently under my care while doing this call what is happening over there. So you're playing a full zone defense with these four goddamn little things and your wife is out of town. And it's no nanny. No babysitter. Just former Super Bowl champion AJ hawk and his four kids data the year shit. I mean, if I have some scheduled like I did a bunch of radio. Yes, they have serious. I have to have my mother-in-law someone come help out. But tonight, I didn't have any exclusive until I got a FaceTime call from Patrick McAfee. So I decided to. Yeah. Not gonna get someone over here to watch them. So I got my legal daughter kinda overseeing. So she kinda has the power, and she can let him know what penalize them like for all the power while I'm doing this call. Hey, the art of delegation is something you have to teach young. I am. I'm impressed by that mystery to hook. It did the Chuck did up Ghana do that. I don't know. What that even means? I have no idea what that meant. Or what who you were trying to take a shot at right there? I just trying to. Semblance plug for you to do your Chuck. We're gonna oh, listen, listen. There's nothing wrong with a little delegation. Sometimes you got to know what you don't know. You know, sometimes you have to know what you don't know. Ignorance a problem. It's an opportunity. Listen naturally dish. All right. Mr. AJ hawk Shum times. You gotta run in charcoal to get back to where you started. That's a fucking doesn't make any sense. He did. Yeah. In I have an interview with him coming up next week. He's going to he was actually going to come on today's show, but he realized about five minutes before the show that he hadn't done the Chicago press conference yet that he's been announces the D coordinator and said, I can't do that. So he's gonna come on next week. I chance to talk to him a you excited about that. Wait, let's not even talk about Chicago Bears. Let's talk about you being excited about the Green Bay Packers. Hire you came up on nowhere. Nobody knows who this guy is you came out swinging in the skies corner. Why is that your big fan of the higher? Obviously goes in the trend these young hotshot offense create anyone that's been touched by McVeigh figured literally. But I I just think I was still. That was I wasn't member of the Atlanta Falcons for about four weeks the year that they got beating the civil bowl and the QB throats at the time was one Matt before. And for some reason, I talk to him a lot when I was there. I just want to go back and forth. And I didn't really know who he was didn't know much about him. I knew he seemed good. I was impressed by it. And I know he's he jumped around after that that when I don't want to maybe they go to San Fran for your fucking. Because I can't hear a word you're saying. I mean, I it sounds as if you are literally taking your phone throwing it down the hallway talking catching up to picking it back up and talking again how about now what's going on. You told me I feel like eight year old doesn't have anything under control. It sounds like all madness is broken out over there. Every fourth word is just going completely blank. Can you still messing up? I I can't tell it doesn't show up to me, man. You literally sounded like Wynton they're like, you know, how when witness talking on Monday night. Like this..

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"hawke" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

The ThomaHawk Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"hawke" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

"Toyota, untold you'll hear unique in inciteful behind the scene stories such as how a son's love for his mother led to Toyota's unlikely origin as an automated loom company and how robotics other advanced technologies and mobility services are being researched and developed to address the challenges for the elderly, disabled and even Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Discover how Toyota is rethinking mobility in the brand new podcast Toyota, untold, you can find until you oughta untold right now when apple podcasts Spotify anywhere else you listen to podcasts. All right now. Let's get back to the show coming up on today's edition of the Tomahawk show. The cardinal shock. Everybody by hiring cliff Kingsbury is their head coach Bruce Arians is back, and we also get some breaking Brown's news in terms of who they're hiring is head coach. And we talk about it all plus eagles running back JJ joins the show to talk about. The legend of Nick foles, the eagles Super Bowl were on last year and some similarities to it this year, and how his rehab is going all that and more on this episode of the Tomahawk show. Rhode Island the only state with less than a plays. The jets win just wondering if any guys could become Joe. Them of carpet. Joe Hawke yourself just wanted to say, I really connected with Joe's consistency beach on the last episode. I'm a copy barista out in Ohio. And I just wanted to everyone know that I'm going be fairly consistent. And I'm not going to celebrate. When I make that perfectly expressive and this thank you guys. And Joe hockey. Good morning. This is agent Johnson of the IRS just calling a friendly reminder to MS lice that that coffeemaker she receives will be taxable. And we do expect to see that on your tax return this coming year as always we at the IRS are here to help and go hawk yourself. Welcome to the Tomahawk show, presented by LeBron James's uninterrupted network, please interact with our show by following us on social media at Tomahawk show..

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"hawke" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

The ThomaHawk Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"hawke" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

"Toyota, untold you'll hear unique in inciteful behind the scene stories such as how a son's love for his mother led to Toyota's unlikely origin as an automated loom company and how robotics other advanced technologies and mobility services are being researched and developed to address the challenges for the elderly, disabled and even Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Discover how Toyota is rethinking mobility in the brand new podcast Toyota, untold, you can find until you oughta untold right now when apple podcasts Spotify anywhere else you listen to podcasts. All right now. Let's get back to the show coming up on today's edition of the Tomahawk show. The cardinal shock. Everybody by hiring cliff Kingsbury is their head coach Bruce Arians is back, and we also get some breaking Brown's news in terms of who they're hiring is head coach. And we talk about it all plus eagles running back JJ joins the show to talk about. The legend of Nick foles, the eagles Super Bowl were on last year and some similarities to it this year, and how his rehab is going all that and more on this episode of the Tomahawk show. Rhode Island the only state with less than a plays. The jets win just wondering if any guys could become Joe. Them of carpet. Joe Hawke yourself just wanted to say, I really connected with Joe's consistency beach on the last episode. I'm a copy barista out in Ohio. And I just wanted to everyone know that I'm going be fairly consistent. And I'm not going to celebrate. When I make that perfectly expressive and this thank you guys. And Joe hockey. Good morning. This is agent Johnson of the IRS just calling a friendly reminder to MS lice that that coffeemaker she receives will be taxable. And we do expect to see that on your tax return this coming year as always we at the IRS are here to help and go hawk yourself. Welcome to the Tomahawk show, presented by LeBron James's uninterrupted network, please interact with our show by following us on social media at Tomahawk show..

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"hawke" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"hawke" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"In New Orleans. They're getting ready for the start of mardi gras on Sunday. A number of events are planned for the first day of mardi gras such as a parade through the French quarter honoring Joan of arc January six marks the day. The bible says the three wise men reached the baby Jesus for weeks. The city has taken over by elaborate, parades and people gorging on sugary king cake towns and cities in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama also host their own grades in events last day of mardi gras season is fat Tuesday, which this year falls on March fifth. I'm Julie Walker. The national society of film critics is chosen khloe Zhao's low budget debut feature the writer as the best picture of two thousand eighteen the society of leaving leading movie critics voted for Livia Coleman as best actress in the favourite and Ethan Hawke as best actor in first reformed. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Small business issues often win bipartisan support on Capitol Hill, but given the divisions in the incoming one hundred sixteenth congress advocates for compete for companies have low expectations even after lawmakers deal with a partial government shutdown democratic house, a Republican Senate and ongoing investigations of the Trump White House in campaign are expected to be obstacles too much small business related work getting done. John Aaron's Mayer CEO, a small business majority says company owners may see more movement in their states errands Myers. Says governors are quote more aggressive than anyone in helping small business issues that small business advocates expect to be on government agendas in two thousand nineteen include healthcare taxes, employment issues infrastructure, internet privacy and paid leave. Jeremy house reporting Harold Brown Defense Secretary during the.

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Stocks soar on blowout jobs report

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Stocks soar on blowout jobs report

"More jobs added than previously reported and what about the year? Well, the economy created two million six hundred thousand jobs last year compared to two million two hundred thousand in two thousand seventeen average hourly earnings rose eleven cents an hour in December after gaining two tenths of a percent in November that lifted the annual increase in wages to three point two percent. But in the technology stocks today, we did see downward move in some of the stocks. But actually, they're doing better than a lot of people probably expected apple Amazon dot com net, flicks and Google. Parent alphabet, a three point six percent to seven point eight percent, and that bolstered games on the S and P, and the NASDAQ we are not going to get a very critical report from the US department of agriculture because of the government shutdown. We'll talk more about that later. That's your money on seven hundred twenty WGN WGN sports stave, the bears go through their final work today for Sunday's playoff opener with the eagles and some otters today with the AP all pro team was announced forebears made it Khalil Mack. Kyle fuller. Eddie Jackson, a return man to re colon. We'll have a special playoff preview tonight and on air edition of the HOGAN John's podcast along with bar Carmen tonight at seven at a special edition of happen OB with 'cause tomorrow at five A WGM fresh off a trade which saw guard Justin holiday sent to Memphis. The bulls are home look into a race. The thoughts of Wednesday's blowout loss to Orlando. They host the Pacers bowls picked up guards marshawn Brooks and Wayne Selden in the holiday deal also waived guard Cameron Payne the Blackhawks have announced former Hawke Dennis hull will be the latest Honore with one last shift hill skate on

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"hawke" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"hawke" Discussed on The Filmcast

"But it's like the style is very distinct right that I think it's shot in four three aspect ratio. Yeah. Most of the camera movements the mostly there's no camera movement at all in the film as far as I understand. It's mostly like locked off shots. It's mostly a lot of the shots are like capturing the character is symmetrically rate. So it's very very quiet film. Like, there's there's a line like there's almost no soundtrack or score. Right. A lot of the music is digest. If there is any. So the styles were interesting. I I think it's a great film. It didn't make my top ten, but I do think that Ethan Hawke's performance is probably my favorite performance by an actor this year. Like if I could award a best actor, it would go to Ethan Hawke. This is movie that will remind you like why why we always thought Ethan Hawke was great. He I think recently in recent years may not have always made the best choices. But here is just like fantastic. I think he's always made using choices. He's always he's always tried to push the medium for like his own talents. He actually gave an interview recently where he talked about. How the reason why people like Johnny Depp end up making, you know. Eighteen pirates of the Caribbean movies is the they don't want a middle class lifestyle. Right. And he is fine with a middle class lifestyle. Right. He's fine working to pay the bills and making small films, and that's why he doesn't star in like marvel films, right? Like, he he wants to make work that gives them life. And I think that's admirable and first reformed. Definitely a good fruit of that labor. So also love him for doing like he's done like small Johner films to. So I just I think that about him maybe not the big comic stuff, but we've seen a lot of small science fiction movies from him. What was that the like time travel one we saw just an eater? I love that movie that movie's so much felt very interesting and daybreak or is even which is so silly. But. Lord of war Gatica anyway. Oh, you only need to do one part of the Caribbean movie to not live a middle class. I don't know. I I know the neighborhood he lives in here in Brooklyn. It's it's not far from me. I don't know if you'd call that middle class. It's very very good. It's not quite middle class. But it's it's certainly not Johnny Depp level. Did you guys see that Johnny? I think it was like G Q or something like John. There's Johnny Depp profile that came up this year that the discusses his his lavish lifestyle right apartment for his dogs that kind of stuff like that. You know, when you're when you're that successfully of an entourage, you have like boats and art work, and all this stuff that you gotta like pay expenses for you. Your boats? Yeah, it's crazy. Okay. Anyway, there is a fair enough to go. But you know, I think there is still a big difference between Johnny Depp's lifestyle and Ethan hawks lifestyle. I'm sure I'm sure if you're living in a million dollar home. I just saying it's kind of hard to call that middle-class. That's all. All right. We'll we'll see. So let's move onto. Let's move onto mind number six. Let's we want to mind number six movie of the year. Which is minding the gap. You're gonna put me smoking Weeden. Maybe just to do have given you free range. I mean, I. I have no stipulation. I've always needed more out of life more out of where I was into my parents ran this very controlling house. And so I ran away lot by like sixteen. I was no longer living with my parents at all I just wanted to fucking escape. The Big Apple. Is being lose chronicle of the lives of his friends growing up reveals that everyone is fighting a battle. You don't know and the people change in profound ways over time. It's a beautiful story of love and forgiveness and redemption. And it does a lot to capture what it means to be human. I thought this was a great movie that sounded like it would be a terrible movie. Like when I heard the premise, I thought that's I have zero percent interest in that film whatsoever. But then I watched it, and I was enthralled by it, and I was moved by..

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"hawke" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"hawke" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"To oceans eight which is Sandra Bullock's film from earlier this year and not did fine. But sort of rather muted at the box office to think of a world where Burbach which kind of came out of nowhere. Because like, you know, I it was made, but Netflix doesn't really beat the drums for their movies and that same way and then probably a ton more people saw box. Probably if these numbers are to be believed. And so what does that do for you the actor when you decide where to go make your next movie? Do you go make it for a studio that may or may not be able to promote it in a way that are getting people to see your work or do you do for noth- lakes, which you know, is proving maybe over time that it knows better. How to or has the advantage of just being in people's homes already, and that's the new model to I mean Koran and the folks at Roma were, you know, I think I talked about this before telluride. We're basically just like look they paid for the movie, and and it's in everybody's house all around the world, you know, on one day. Like, that's you know, you want your movies to be seen at some levels. So so it's well, it's really interesting, and it's cool that they did the black mirror thing. I mean, they need to be experimenting with the form and and good for them for. But, but you know, the other thing I wanted to say is given that they have more money than God. Isn't it? Interesting. What they don't do which is traditional sort of the ethical style marketing campaigns like that's that's the thing. They've decided. They don't need to spend. And you know, there are still come valley company. So they're disrupters. So like this I consider this bird boxes further evidence of them just disrupting the advertising model that like as as we see more and more advertising moving to native advertising, which is something that you know, that our listeners may or may not be totally aware of but advertising that is made to not look like advertising. And that's what I think of these social media driven beams that Netflix it self is generating as being native advertising, it's just on your Twitter feed. It doesn't feel like someone's trying to sell you this movie, it feels like a lot of people have already seen this movie, and you want to be part of the conversation that's different urgency. But that is something that is very cleverly decided is what's going to drive maybe younger Kinnear audiences who are really sick of being sold to. And so you know, they get their advertising through social media influencers Instagram stars. And the means that they see on tumbler wherever so. It's two thousand eighteen the dawn of a new day. There you go. All right. So to kick off our two thousand nineteen in little goal men. We are here with one of my favorite performances two thousand eighteen Mike. Okay. You got stuck to even hawk. Yeah. And you know, Ethan Hawke is just a cool, dude. And and he came in here early. We had to meet very early because I mean early ish nine nine AM because he is starring in true west on on Broadway. I think with Paul dano. So we talked about that a little bit. We talked about pretty much every controversy that I could think of and you know, including Paul Schrader kind of crazy Facebook post about Kevin Spacey and Ethan Hawke as ever I think is just very thoughtful. He's just a really smart thoughtful guy who actually says what he thinks which is which is refreshing. And and I really enjoyed the conversation, and I hope you guys will too, but he's really spectacular I reformed so hopefully, everyone has seen or we'll see. That movie. All right. Well, here he is Ethan Hawke and govt with Mike ogan on thrilled to be here with Ethan Hawke for an early morning for us interview. It's like nine thirty in the morning, which is early for, you know, creative people, and we're here to talk about many things, including first reformed your film with Paul Schrader that came out this year in which you play and minister, a priest..

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"hawke" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"hawke" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"To oceans eight which is Sandra Bullock's film from earlier this year and not did fine. But sort of rather muted at the box office to think of a world where Burbach which kind of came out of nowhere. Because like, you know, I it was made, but Netflix doesn't really beat the drums for their movies and that same way and then probably a ton more people saw box. Probably if these numbers are to be believed. And so what does that do for you the actor when you decide where to go make your next movie? Do you go make it for a studio that may or may not be able to promote it in a way that are getting people to see your work or do you do for noth- lakes, which you know, is proving maybe over time that it knows better. How to or has the advantage of just being in people's homes already, and that's the new model to I mean Koran and the folks at Roma were, you know, I think I talked about this before telluride. We're basically just like look they paid for the movie, and and it's in everybody's house all around the world, you know, on one day. Like, that's you know, you want your movies to be seen at some levels. So so it's well, it's really interesting, and it's cool that they did the black mirror thing. I mean, they need to be experimenting with the form and and good for them for. But, but you know, the other thing I wanted to say is given that they have more money than God. Isn't it? Interesting. What they don't do which is traditional sort of the ethical style marketing campaigns like that's that's the thing. They've decided. They don't need to spend. And you know, there are still come valley company. So they're disrupters. So like this I consider this bird boxes further evidence of them just disrupting the advertising model that like as as we see more and more advertising moving to native advertising, which is something that you know, that our listeners may or may not be totally aware of but advertising that is made to not look like advertising. And that's what I think of these social media driven beams that Netflix it self is generating as being native advertising, it's just on your Twitter feed. It doesn't feel like someone's trying to sell you this movie, it feels like a lot of people have already seen this movie, and you want to be part of the conversation that's different urgency. But that is something that is very cleverly decided is what's going to drive maybe younger Kinnear audiences who are really sick of being sold to. And so you know, they get their advertising through social media influencers Instagram stars. And the means that they see on tumbler wherever so. It's two thousand eighteen the dawn of a new day. There you go. All right. So to kick off our two thousand nineteen in little goal men. We are here with one of my favorite performances two thousand eighteen Mike. Okay. You got stuck to even hawk. Yeah. And you know, Ethan Hawke is just a cool, dude. And and he came in here early. We had to meet very early because I mean early ish nine nine AM because he is starring in true west on on Broadway. I think with Paul dano. So we talked about that a little bit. We talked about pretty much every controversy that I could think of and you know, including Paul Schrader kind of crazy Facebook post about Kevin Spacey and Ethan Hawke as ever I think is just very thoughtful. He's just a really smart thoughtful guy who actually says what he thinks which is which is refreshing. And and I really enjoyed the conversation, and I hope you guys will too, but he's really spectacular I reformed so hopefully, everyone has seen or we'll see. That movie. All right. Well, here he is Ethan Hawke and govt with Mike ogan on thrilled to be here with Ethan Hawke for an early morning for us interview. It's like nine thirty in the morning, which is early for, you know, creative people, and we're here to talk about many things, including first reformed your film with Paul Schrader that came out this year in which you play and minister, a priest..

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Salma Hayek's Husband Surprises Her With Vow Renewal On Island Getaway

Anchor Entertainment Rundown

00:23 sec | 4 years ago

Salma Hayek's Husband Surprises Her With Vow Renewal On Island Getaway

"Played tennis in a voluminous black to to this week. And now all I want in the world is a music box with a Serena ballerina inside and it plays eye of the tiger when you open it, Santa, can you hear me? I've been good based on my own rubric, speaking of rubrics, it's time for the entertainment news or as I like to call it your

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Blaze Interview with Ethan Hawke and Ben Dickey

Talk Nerdy to Me

04:22 min | 4 years ago

Blaze Interview with Ethan Hawke and Ben Dickey

"Object, lots joy, Sanger. And here this with the pastoral post. We have some esteemed guests with us various team, Ethan Dickey of the film that's coming out here. You need to check it out over at the Alamo draft house. It's called for the second showing, I think are also without a third showing. That one is. Off the rails, but full of wisdom. I christian. So just. Some nice cuisine. Jay last night. Yeah, we're going. I don't even know. People have thrown the water. Saturday here before. Hu's trip here for sure. Got to go to high miss hut. Three. It's a Mexican restaurant, open three till twenty four hours. That you're sitting everybody, we talk, scary drive everybody interviews till. There are so many good ones. Fort worth. Yeah. Got the news about the interview yesterday with you guys. Trae shoots me tax. He says, got got eaten in Ben coming up tomorrow. Don't wear take. And as one does for interview you brush up, you know, you look at Google. You know, we competed last ditch effort, but the. I'm looking up and then just Bartik with this news about and we host a geeky talk show called talk nerdy to me. So this is a little apropos ears. Throw it out there. I'm not even put an context into context. Yeah, even hawk aid superhero. Logan socked. Here's the thing. I had no idea how sensitive superheroes were. If I did, I would have been a lot. Let me correct the record. Okay. The reason I was talking about Logan is because I love it. I love superhero movies. I like every kind of movie. I don't think there's a difference between high art and low art. There are movies that people put their heart into in their movies that people try to cash in on in the ones I like are the ones that people put their heart into, and you can feel it in a superior movie or you can feel it in horror movie or you can feel it in some art house movie. What I was talking about is that there is so much money being spent commercially making it so that that's all we see in. There aren't rooms for the movies that I grew up on. One of the Kuku snus I'm day those type of movies would now be art house movies in their made to feel fringe in their made to feel small. You know, I was making the joke that if if Logan dark Knight and Dr. Strange are great art films. What is fanny? Alexander do nothing. Theater today. The most of my, those are my favorite superhero movies. Doctor strange, Logan, darva this great films, but they're not. The only thing there is in young people grow up today. Thinking that's not a real movie. Was. A green screen not involved, and it's not. It's not a real. Our country turns everything into a competition. They wanna tell you what's score on rotten tomatoes. What's how much box office did it make in when it was going up to things didn't exist, and you could just absorb movie for how it meant to you? It doesn't. There's no game to win. You know, that's not what artists he said. With music film women. Elevator out to pay. Let's see what that's all about. So let's talk about the stock about blaze here of the film that he directed Ethan the road and. Stars here. And when the most interesting things about this Bill also the Genesis of how this came to be you guys known each other, what fifteen years and cut me from road. You guys were jamming out to to blaze and what happens slower than that. The truth is how well we are girl friends or best friends right since like the second third grade. And so we would go on vacations together in those two gap all night long. And we a friendship happened. I grew to love Benz, music Benz in a band called the blood feathers and Philly that I loved

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As trade war erupts, China puts brakes on its global domination dream

Programming

02:56 min | 4 years ago

As trade war erupts, China puts brakes on its global domination dream

"Bank of america shares were higher in late trade after passing this round of stress test with flying colors at announcing a buyback and a dividend high hike deutsche bank failed the first public stress test of its combined us business and of course china's a is torture bank's biggest shareholder so juliet trade dispute trade spat to trade war let's talk a little bit more about that right now white house adviser peter navarro appears to be toning down the trade rhetoric on china in a sense and we get more on this story from bloomberg's denise pellegrini navarro is known as a china hawke who favors a harsher approach with beijing on trade but speaking in washington he now says president trump has made it clear he's a free trader and all the president is trying to do is level the playing field navarro does say china's steals technology enforces technology transfers and he also says his office has a swat team us companies can reach out to with specific problems but his new report how china's economic aggression threatens the technologies and intellectual property of the us and the world also says deep structural changes to china's economy will allow us companies to compete more fairly denise pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia all right well a gunman opened fire at a newspaper in annapolis maryland killing five people at baxter is covering all the global news in our bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom ed right juliet and they're still trying to figure this one out five people losing their lives have been injured suspect is in custody maryland senator ben cardin says it really is hard to understand this is a newspaper which is a local paper it's not a controversial editorial policy it covers local news and deputy police chief william cramp says it was a targeted attack i can't confirm whether or not he actually new employees there or if he just targeted to business in general he says there are threats of internet internet threats and they're tracking those down now the capital gazette building has been secured although authorities say they they found what they believed to be an explosive device china's strongly protesting australia's brand new national security legislation it advance covert foreign interference in domestic politics it mandates foreign and governments registered to provide more transparency it also makes industrial espionage crime china says it poisons china australia relations children removed from their families and placed an institutional care are at greater risk of being trafficked that from a state department report us which ranks governments in efforts to combat slavery and flesh trade around the world it leads the trump administration open for accusations of apocryphal and light of its zero tolerance policy at the southern border secretary of state mike pompeo human traffic is a global problem but it's a local one to huma traffic can be found in a favorite restaurant hotel downtown of farm earn their neighbors home.

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Chinese Smartphone Maker Xiaomi's Monster IPO Wasn't As Monstrous As People Expected

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

04:27 min | 4 years ago

Chinese Smartphone Maker Xiaomi's Monster IPO Wasn't As Monstrous As People Expected

"Bank and a keycorp winberg's laura j callous as it sounds bad but the banks are still on solid ground this is really only affects their capital pale plans so these banks are still very well capitalized it's just the amount that they're allowed to skim off the top and actually give to the shareholders the fed wants to have that minimum number of capital that's there the quickey that the banks can use in terms of whether a crisis abba comes goldman and morgan stanley still announcing buybacks and boosting dividends j p morgan is still boosting its dividend and bank of america shares higher in late trading after passing this round of stress tests with flying colors as announced to buy back and a dividend hike deutsche bank though failed the fist public stress tests of its combined us business china's h and i go issue banks biggest sheldon nike shares are up nine percent in late trading the sneaker company reported its first north american sales gains since two thousand seventeen limburg's matt townsend says investors like the way nike has moved to address its problems mixture of sort of just quitting inventory and pairing down some of the distribution to focus on the most profitable ones nike has also come out with some good news about china quarterly sales there jumped thirty five percent of course we have been tracking developments on xiaomi and haret's ib oakland's going and we've got more from bloomberg's yvonne man institutional investors are focusing their orders for the smartphone makers ipo in the lower half of the marketed range still the ipo's arrangers say bookings for this massive ipo in hong kong continued to be oversubscribed and the company is making meaningful progress from global long only subscribers meantime more details coming in on what went wrong with plans for its mainland listing we're being told stubborn regulators and lack of clarity from the central government made it to challenging for shall means timeline the regulators are said to be worried the depositary receipts were be priced too high meaning individual investors could get wiped out if things went south in hong kong i'm yvonne man bloomberg daybreak asia to trade war is now white house adviser peter navarro appears to be toning down the trade rhetoric on china sort of more on that from bloomberg's denise pellegrini navarro is known as a china hawke who favors a harsher approach with beijing on trade but speaking in washington he now says president trump has made it clear he's a free trader and all the president is trying to do is level the playing field navarro does say china's steals technology enforces technology transfers and also says his office has a swat team us companies can reach out to with specific problems but his new report how china's economic aggression threatens the technologies and intellectual property of the us and the world also says deep structural changes to china's economy will allow us companies to compete more fairly denise pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia well gunman i've been fi at newspaper in annapolis maryland killing five people at baxter's got global news in our bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom yeah fall right to five people lost their lives others have been injured suspect in custody maryland senator ben cardin says it is very very hard to understand this is a newspaper which is a local paper is not a controversial editorial policy it covers local news capital gazette building has been secured although now saying that they also found what they believed to be an explosive device the white house has responded sarah sanders spokeswoman saying strongly condemned the attack on innocent journalists china's strongly protesting australia's brand new national security legislation bans covert foreign interference in domestic politics it mandates foreign governments registered to provide more transparency it also makes industrial espionage crime china says it poisons china australia relations children moved from their families and placed an institutional care are at greater risk of being trafficked that is from a state department report which ranks governments in the efforts to combat slavery and flesh trade it leaves the trump administration open for accusations of apocryphal in light of its zero tolerance policy at the southern border secretary of state mike pompeo human traffic is a global problem but it's a local.

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