25 Burst results for "Hillary Rodham"

We Must Implement Our Own BDS Movement Against Marxism

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 2 months ago

We Must Implement Our Own BDS Movement Against Marxism

"And I point out in American Marxism that as a general matter where feasible We must institute are BDs movement against the influences of American Marxism. Adopted Cloward and Piven type approach of overwhelming their system. Crashing their system, then blaming the system and taking control of that system. But in this case, the system being that which has been created an instituted by these Marxist based movements. You hear me, saying this phrase Marxist marks this based movements and so forth, and so on. Yeah. Uh, you will, uh, in an opportunity to learn all about them. When you read the earlier part of the book where we're Sahlin skis rules for radicals number 13 should be used where appropriate as well. Pick the target freeze and personalize it and polarizing. Alinsky wrote, in part. Obviously, there's no point to tactics and last month is a target upon which to center. The attacks. Barack Obama learned at the knee of Alinsky, as did Hillary Rodham Clinton. Also remember there's There's power in numbers. The teachers union antifa, BLM, the others understand this sum

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"You might know my mom. Hillary clinton as a presidential candidate secretary of state. And you senator but one thing you might not know is that she worked hard to change laws and regulations so that we'd have better guidelines around the right dosage of medicine for kids. I was so excited to have the chance to talk with her about this. And her lifelong efforts to include children are public health and policy. Make hi mom. Thank you doing this. Oh i am happy to do this chelsea. I know. I'm your daughter. And i've watched you over a few decades now that you've always been focused on trying to ensure that kids are included are given an equal rights equal dignity and and not forgotten. And so i just want to start with. When did you realize that kids were being left out. Left out of insurance doubt of kind of new drug therapy trials. When did you realize that kids were largely just absent. Well i think. I had some idea about the inequity in healthcare. Going back to my time at the yale child study center and then working for the children's defense fund so i was aware that children were often unable to access or easily. Get or afford the kind of care that i thought they should have. But i didn't really focus on that or immerse myself in what it until i was working. I in arkansas. On behalf of your dad's governorship. We were looking at how to expand health. Care to more people in arkansas. And i realized the paucity appear attrition. And the paucity of obgyn practitioners the total lack of you know midwives in many parts of arkansas particularly eastern arkansas which was predominantly black and in most places quite poor so i moved from knowing that kids and their families had problems accessing and affording care to seeing how the medical system itself wasn't really providing the opportunity even if you had resources in many geographic areas to get health care and i took on the mission of building up and improving the arkansas children's hospital because it was tertiary care facility but it treated everybody and it was able to take care of kids even if they had to be driven or or helicoptered some distance so i was aware of all of that from my advocacy work and my work in arkansas. Then when i began working on healthcare reform in ninety three after bill became president i really saw how disparate the care was just end with one story because it was so indicative and chilling to me. I was in cleveland at the children's hospital. They're doing a listening listening session with parents of kids with preexisting conditions and i was talking to a group of parents and i'll never forget a father saying to me that he said look. I own my own company. I do very well financially. But i cannot ensure my two daughters who have cerebral palsy and can't find insurance at any cost is i'll tell you the last time.

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Are Raiders plotting to trade Derek Carr, pursue Deshaun Watson?

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:54 min | 8 months ago

Are Raiders plotting to trade Derek Carr, pursue Deshaun Watson?

"According to a report out of las vegas. The raiders are taking calls on quarterback derek. Carr it's suggested in the report that it could potentially be the beginning of a three team trade to get to shawn watson in a raiders. Uniform shannon vegas. Try and trade for sean top. Five top seven quarterback. I think you should be in the running for watson. Skip there something that's been on my mind and the bother me last week. I called you the night before and told you that has some information about about jon. L. came on the show and they're about six thirty top of the show. I said to shawn watson my sources tell me shawn watson has ashby the texans for trade and this is not. This is just being broke but this could ask a couple of weeks ago now. Adam schefter reported twenty minutes out to me that show watson to ask for trade basically saying that he's breaking the news which at and i said what transpired that he wants to go to the jets. He have a fondness for robert solid. Everybody keeps saying jason this and that so what they're trying to do. They're trying to add egg pool pork to a hamburger. That i've already made is still a hamburger. Youth and economists tried to add to the story back to this absolutely skilled. I don't this report came from chris. Simms yes okay. What transpired skill. And you said this yesterday. When he was when he was talking to the press conference the player he said the player of the the new england syria away to new caserio said the player yes he must have realized how it sounded his head because he started saying shaw desha. It's too late. You everything off his thing and our to our for everything to my agent day google level but anyway skill yes they should skip. I just got always got the impression. That jon gruden wasn't as far the derek carr. I don't know what it is. I could be totally wrong but it. Just something about yeah. He's good but i don't really know if he can take me to where i need to go. I am making ten million dollars. The i do have one hundred dollar contract. And we haven't been to the play. So i'm as you can be viewed as a failure skill for thirty million dollars ain't got nothing to show for it. And there's a lot of have to do with his defense. They print his lands. Twenty fourth and thirtieth last three years are good bradley the off season he so you look at it. They're waller. it's a top three tight end. They got josh jacobs. Who made the pro bowl again. If i'm not mistaken hillary rodham. He nice receiving corps offensive. Line is solid. Yeah john was. It will be a major player for them. And in this offense again. It's the west coast system skip. It'd be foolish not to try

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"When bill was active, in Arkansas, there were some there was a lot of curiosity about me as you say, I started off keeping my maiden name, it was the name I practice launder and taught law and everything, and had written some you know some like academic sort of articles under, and so it seemed to me to make perfect sense, but it was quite disturbing to a lot of people, and eventually I just said fine I'll add you know Clinton to Rodham and that that will take care of that, but it was a real. Learning by by fire experience. But it wasn't as intense when he was governor of Arkansas as it turned out to be when he became president because when he was governor. I, still drove my car. I would take my daughter to school I would take her to ballet class I would go see my friends. I practice law I was. You know living a very full life in addition to being married to the the governor, and that was fine, and then bill put me in charge of helping to Reform Arkansas. Schools and people were grateful that I was willing to take this volunteer job and work hard for them, and we made some really very significant changes which I'm. Very proud of so. I didn't know that going to Washington would be. As different than even the experience that I'd been having in Arkansas until literally we were in the middle of the ninety two campaign and everything I said and everything I did and everything I wore, and all the rest of it was under this really bright spotlight, and then when Bill said Gee, you know we want to reform healthcare. Why don't you do? In Washington what you did in Arkansas. I've naively said sure. WHY NOT So it it is a trial by fire especially. If you WanNa, do something, if you even if you don't put yourself too far out into the public arena, you're going to get criticized for something by somebody. And I, had to learn early on in bills, political career to take criticism seriously, but not personally and by that I mean you know look? There are things you can learn from your critics. Because sometimes your friends won't tell you that you're messing up for that. You could do something better, but you know. Sometimes the critics have a point. But you cannot allow criticism to literally undermined your self confidence to destroy your own ideas and your dreams, and so trying to walk that balance all the time and I'm glad you brought up. what Michelle Obama said is because after a while you know people say oh, we know what you really think. Well, you say what you really think. And then you get hammered for saying what you really think, and so much of that is rooted. Let's be clear here in Misogyny and sexism. It's like okay. Yeah, it's fine to have an opinion, but I wanted to agree with my opinion. Or why can't you smile more? Or why can't you wear different kinds of closer a different hairstyle? Has An opinion about a woman in the public arena as a first lady as Michelle Obama, certainly discovered, or certainly as I, did with that, but also as a candidate on my own as an officeholder on my own. and. And Young Women. Asked me all the time you know. What advice can you give us? If you know I'm thinking I'd like to think about politics or public career I said again I'll go back to my. You know one of my favorite Americans. Eleanor Roosevelt, she said if a woman gets into the public arena, she'd better grow skin as thick as the height of a rhinoceros. You just have to be ready to be criticized and you have to be prepared if you're going to go, speak about something. What you're talking about I, mean one of the funny things that happened during the two thousand sixteen campaign is occasionally I would be criticized for being prepared. Well, we now know what the opposite of preparation is seen that unfortunately for three and a half years so you just you just have to dig down deep and. It's one of the reasons why I think the OBAMAS certainly have talked about this. You oftentimes shrink your circle. You know you go back to people. You've known forever you go back to. A really tight circle of trusted aides because you don't know who to trust and you're not sure how you're going to be viewed or or misinterpreted or taken out of context, so yeah I think it happens to people in public life in general, but I think women with strong opinions who expressed themselves who take on tough issues are often the subject of even more intense and sometimes. Criticism. We'll on a related point. In two thousand eight were running for president for the first time and ended up becoming the first. Female candidate to win a delegate bonding presidential primary in new. Hampshire but I want to remind our listeners what preceded that which was that? So you start at the Iowa caucuses finance third, which was I know disappointing to you you now go to new, Hampshire ahead of the primary, and there's some sort of a meeting with voters, and you appear to become emotional while talking to somebody about how passionate you are about what you do. And it was only after people felt they had seen. You show emotion that the tides turned and you ended up winning in New Hampshire. What does it say that people needed to see you cry? What does that say about? US As a society. I've thought a lot about that. Because people do say, that was a real turning point, I mean it was such. An intense focus period because I think the. I will caucus was less than a week before the New Hampshire primary. Everybody was running on fumes. Everybody was exhausted. People were under so much pressure, and clearly as you say, you know it was Obama and Edwards and I who were left out of what had started off as a big field. and. I must have done I. Don't know six seven big events every day. As soon as I hit the ground in new, Hampshire and I wasn't getting any sleep and all the rest of it. And so when I was in this sort of intimate setting, because you know, you'd alternate big rallies with trying to actually talk and listen to voters I was in like a coffee shop restaurant, and this woman says well. How how do you do it? Literally, my eyes did well up. Tear didn't drop, but my eyes welled up, so that was clearly leaving emotional. Hitting emotional chord and that's when I talked about it and I about how important I thought it was what we were trying to do all that. And it's fascinating because. I, you know I didn't know that question was coming and I certainly didn't know how I would respond, and how vulnerable I was, because I was so tired and everything was happening. Because usually if a candidate cries, it's over. You Know Pat Schroeder who was one of our savvy smartest members of Congress who ran for president. concluded she had to. You know, withdraw and tears came in literally hope she continues to live a very. You know full and wonderful life, but her obituary will say she cried Ed, Muskie and big debate was tears, or was it. You know snow that was melting on his face, but it was considered disqualifying. So what happened to me because I, somehow was sort of in the you know the the neutral zone. Yes, show emotion, but not too much emotion. It ended up not hurting me and obviously I ended up winning New Hampshire the first time. A woman ever won any contest in American presidential campaigns, so it's fascinating to try to unpack all of this and you know. Ned in the documentary tries to do that I mean she tries to sort of pull the curtain back. So people get a view of what's happening and then fast forward. There's another scene from the two thousand sixteen campaign. Again talking to a group of women, and in this case, I think it was in the Philadelphia. Suburbs and a woman says a lot of people think that women can't be president because you get to emotional. And I laughed because I said well. You know a lot of people don't think I have any emotion. So, you're always trying to walk this really narrow tight-wire between. Being yourself for better or worse here I am take me as I am and sort of meeting the expectations that people carry around literally in the back of their heads about what leaders look like what presidents looked like how women are supposed to act everything that goes into the the complicated assessment that we bring to looking at women in the public arena, so another thing that Democratic candidates have deal with, and you had to deal with this two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen are people who literally exist on a diet of. Glenn Beck in the morning. Rush Limbaugh in the mid. Day Hannity Evening Alex Jones on the weekend. What do you think somebody who who was subsisting on that sort of a diet? Actually believe about you going into the ballot box. Oh my Gosh Scott I mean. I would have friends of mine, and this happened more in two thousand sixteen. Who would go out knocking on doors for me? People literally I had known since kindergarten people whose weddings I had been in who families I knew well et Cetera..

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Back the position, which he would hold until nineteen, ninety-two when he ran for and was elected the forty second president of the United States. Hillary meanwhile had been busy making her own name joining and ultimately becoming the first female full partner at the Rose Law Firm in little, rock the oldest law firm west of the Mississippi. Working closely with the Children's Defense Fund. And tackling other initiatives delegated to her by her husband. Through all those years she earned more money than he did and nineteen eighty. She also gave birth to their only child Chelsea. After bills election is president. Hillary became the first ever first lady with a postgraduate degree and her own professional career. The first to have an office in the West Wing and the second after Eleanor Roosevelt to really directly influenced her husband's policy-making most notably and controversially in her case on the issue of health care, but also on a host of other matters. In one thousand, Ninety five for instance, she traveled to Beijing to address the Fourth World Conference on Women and famously declared in front of an audience that did not necessarily share her sentiment quote. Human rights are women's rights and women's rights are human rights. Close quote. Meanwhile back stateside. America was becoming increasingly polarized and Hillary became a particular lightning Rod. That of course did not deter her from doing anything. In two thousand, she became the first first lady ever elected to the United States Senate. Representing the State of New York for the next eight years through the crisis of nine eleven and its aftermath. In two thousand eight, she unsuccessfully sought the Democratic nomination for president, but the next year became the first former first lady ever appointed to a presidential cabinet position when Barack Obama who had defeated her, and then subsequently defeated. Senator John McCain became the forty fourth president of the United States and asked her to serve as his secretary of state. She held that position during his first term, visiting an unprecedented one hundred twelve countries during her tenure, while also famously being present in the White House situation room for major moments like the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. And then in two thousand sixteen, she ran for president again this time, winning the Democratic nomination, which made her the first female ever to be the standard bearer for US political party in a presidential election. On election, day November two, thousand sixteen, she received sixty, five, million, eight, hundred, fifty, three, thousand, five, hundred and fourteen votes more than any candidate for president from. Had ever received with the exception of Obama. But, in a shocking upset causes of which are still being debated, she came up short in the Electoral College, making her only the fifth person to win the popular vote lose the electoral vote and meaning that blustery businessman Donald Trump. WHO's campaign had centered on a promise to quote lock her up close quote among other out their positions would become the forty fifth president of the United States, and that the glass ceiling for women in politics would remain on shattered at least for now. Over. The tumultuous nearly four years since the Election Secretary Clinton has largely stepped away from the spotlight, except to attend trump's inauguration to release a memoir entitled what happened to Endorse The two thousand twenty candidacy of Joe Biden, and to appear a four-part Hulu Docu series about her life in times that was directed by the Oscar nominated filmmaker, net-bursting and entitled Hillary. It began streaming on March. Sixth has been very well received, and on Monday was named the year's best limited documentary series by the critics choice real TV awards. That same day I spent an hour teleconferencing with Secretary Clinton who was at the home that she shares with former President Clinton in Chappaqua New York. And over the course of our interview, one of the longest that she has given the seventy two year old address my questions about not only the Hulu Docu series, but also the major turning points in her life, the sexism hatred and conspiracy theories that she has faced throughout her time in public life and the toll. It all has taken on her. The two thousand sixteen election, and why she believes it turned out the way it did. The impact of trump's time in the Oval Office less far and the urgency of denying him a second term. Several hypotheticals like what advice she would give pre two thousand, Sixteen Election Hillary if she could go back in time whether she would be trump if she were on the ballot this coming November, and whether he should be locked up after he leaves office plus much more, and so without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Madam Secretary Thank you so much for joining us on the PODCAST. You're someone who I have admired..

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Curtis Sittenfeld's New Novel Brings Her From Prep to Politics

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

08:53 min | 1 year ago

Curtis Sittenfeld's New Novel Brings Her From Prep to Politics

"I guess. Today is the author of the Sunday Times Bestseller American wife in which she painted a picture of an ordinary American girl a thinly disguised Laura Bush who found herself married to a president. It was long listed for the Orange Prize. As was her debut novel. Prep her other books. Include the man of my dreams sustained eligible and the acclaimed short story collection. You think it I'll say it. Her stories of appeared in the New Yorker Esquire Oprah magazine and The New York Times magazine her latest collection of stories to be published in the UK is help yourself. She's also the guest editor for the Twenty Twenty Best American short stories anthology. She lives with her family in the American Midwest. A brand new novel is rotten. And it's been described as bombshell while I couldn't agree more. This is a book that will demand. Attention Curtis Sitton fell. Welcome to meet the rices. Thank you for having me. You'll novel begins in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine. Is Hillary Rodham Graduates College? And it brings us right up-to-date in Contemporary America. But I'd like to go back to Cincinnati in one thousand nine hundred seventy five when when you were can you tell us about the second stance surrounding you alive? Oh my goodness it's funny. I'm so much in the habit of of talking about Hillary's lay right now. You'll warm familiar with that than with my own will. I'm the second of four children. I have a sister. Who's less than two years older than I am. And I would say a have not led a very personally dramatic life which might be why I'm a fiction writer instead of a memoir rest but yeah I grew up in Cincinnati. My parents are both retired but still live in Cincinnati and I have two sisters one brother my brother is actually holds elected office in Cincinnati. He's the he's a member of the city council in his third term. So so I guess. Different members of my family are interested in in politics in in different ways but I was very lucky to go to excellent schools in Cincinnati elsewhere. And I would say my family Sort of obsessive readers like we didn't it's not like we. All six sat around each of US feverishly reading a book of our own but there were lots of books in the House. We did sometimes read is a family. My mother was a librarian for a long time for you know middle school or junior high students so ages twelve and thirteen and fourteen and that strong feminist streak. That comes to your writing that being influenced by her. That's an interesting question. My parents have almost opposite personalities. From each other where. My father is very great Gary in very opinionated and my mother is you know I think she has strong opinions and viewpoints. But she's. She's not a very assertive per cent. And she's not she's not she's a very private person even even by saying this should not be. I think she'd rather that like I never talk about her. Other than you know maybe acknowledging that she exists described as relatively progressive. But you know I think there are some families where the children grow up going to protest rallies in that was not my family You'll schooling was obviously a hugely influential. In fact your first book prep which is I. Think long list for the Orange Prize loosely based on that. Would you say so? I went to a boarding school in Massachusetts. When I was I had just turned fourteen and it was sort of strange given you know the area of the country where I grew up. Which is the mid west and it was a little bit unusual to go to a sort of fancier elite boarding school on the east coast just in the sense that a lot of students who go to that school are more from that region and also the other thing is that. I was the only one of my siblings who went which I think sometimes makes people think that I must have been the most academically talented in fact. I was the least academically and by my siblings. Were all you know much more. Well rounded students like. I did well in English but I definitely struggled with other subjects so those a little bit. I feel like I certainly. It was privileged but it was also a little bit random or arbitrary that I went to boarding school and talking about coming from a different at least geographical background from the rest of the students. The story is sort of more than coming of age. It's it's more perhaps one could say it was about a study of of social class. Was that something that you found was very apparent there that it did feel different. This whole kind of I mean I think the thing that we all have this horror of being a teenager comes across in dairy well a particular field and that you didn't fit in that. I think I felt at times that I didn't fit in. Certainly I mean I would say that. It wasn't the main character in prep. Leave your experiences going to boarding school as more of a sort of class shock than I would say I did. And you know class is sort of the air. We all breathe. It's maybe especially obvious. Una Boarding School campus. But you know I think it's it's obvious everywhere you know. You can have a sort of exchange with a person like delivering a package to your house and the two of you could probably like assess each other's voices are accents and no things about each other's class or like defied that one of you is in a house receiving a package one of US delivering. The package also says things about class in our society. You know doesn't necessarily say very good things but I think the To like one yet like I was aware of class. And I don't think I was quite as much of a fish out of water as my protagonist. Although certainly I'm like erotic person was even more neurotic as a teenage you write about teenagehood again in in your next book. And I think we'll come back to that because it will say impacts on on the subject matter of Rodham but you went off to Stanford then and you studied creative writing night. You wrote the College newspaper. You registered magazine. What's being a writer? Always the the obvious career choice. Well I think writing was always really important to me and it was like from a very young age for about six or seven. I spent a lot of time reading and writing because I wanted to. I think it helped me make sense of the world and it held my attention and there weren't as many options on net. Netflix back. Then so entertain yourself a little more so definitely writing always played a huge role in my life. I don't think I grew up with the expectation that I would be a full time novelist. I think sometimes I thought I won't be a lawyer or as I got older. I thought you know maybe a social worker or an English teacher or something. I always the closer my adulthood. I think the more it seems like I would do something writing adjacent. But I just don't think anyone can count on being a fulltime writer as you know how they pay their mortgage and I mean going to someone as you did to study at the Iowa. Writer's workshop is no guarantee of coming out. The other end is a fully-fledged writer. But that does give you a better chance than most doesn't it's a huge success rate. It's a it's a wonderful program and I like I loved being there. I learned a ton but the the thing that people don't necessarily realize is not only. Can you go to an excellent writing program the Iraqis and after that you know not have a stable writing career you can be a writer who has had multiple books published in that. Still not the way. You're supporting yourself. And in fact new writing is my full time job. But that's that's an incredible privilege and it's not. It's not something I take for granted. It's very I know that it's very unusual on special. I feel

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Author 'Rodham' imagines a different `Hillary'

Weekend Edition Sunday

07:03 min | 1 year ago

Author 'Rodham' imagines a different `Hillary'

"A young Hillary Rodham madly in love with the man she met at Yale Law School abandons her own path and heads to Arkansas slowly she starts to uncover bill Clinton's many infidelities and makes a choice what would have happened if Hillary Rodham had never married Bill Clinton a new novel by Curtis Sittenfeld imagines it just that and she joins me now to talk about it hello hello your book starts out in a familiar way but then your book takes a very different attacks from the historical timeline what what happens so in real life Bill Clinton proposed to Hillary Rodham twice and she said no both times and then he proposed a third time and she said yes and in my version she says no the third time two and she goes her own way then she initially becomes a law professor and Chicago at northwestern and then she kind of goes on from there and the book follows her over the next forty years I want to ask you before we go much further in this you know so much has been said about Hillary Clinton why did you want to write speculative fiction about her doesn't everyone is in a totally natural impulse and possibly so actually it's funny because I agree with you that so much has been written about Hillary and it was sort of in reaction to that that I think I wrote this book so in the lead up to the two thousand sixteen election I was invited to write essays about Hillary and I would decline because I felt like every possible thing there was to say about Hillary had been said she had been analyzed from every angle and then an editor at esquire magazine invited me to write a short story from Hillary's perspective and I accepted and writing that story was this kind of strange exercise where I realize that the question was not what to the American people think of Hillary Clinton but what does Hillary Clinton think of the American people and it turned out that that I had four hundred pages worth of thought to say on that so it was actually trying to sort of slipped the narrative and and instead of making her the one who's scrutinize lake giving her voice which of course is totally fictionalized voice likes she did not write this book I wrote this book and so she says no to Bill Clinton she becomes as you mention a law professor she then becomes a politician was it inevitable that she'd become a politician how did you come up with this path for her I think that in real life if she had not married Bill Clinton I'm not sure she would have led the life that I created for her in the novel and I think with a novel like this you know that the reader is bringing some opinions or expectations and I as the writer I'm kind of toying with those expectations and sometimes for filling them and sometimes defying them and I felt like it was the most interesting version and to have her enter politics but you know have no pulp click association with Bill Clinton yes except to quite a few meetings along the way I want to ask you about writing Bill Clinton the character because like the real life Bill Clinton your fictionalized bill also has a swirl of sexual misconduct allegations around him and he's also accused of sexual assault so one of the reasons that I love fiction is that I feel like getting knowledge is that people are very complex and that the same person can have very appealing qualities and very troubling qualities and I think that the plan is like the embodiment of that where I would never pretend that I can't understand his his appeal I would never you know sort of say that I can look at him with admiration and you know without feeling any sense of sort of discomfort and so and I think that a novel allows for knowledge in that like this is in an essay that's trying to either celebrate him or take him down they're both the very intertwined in our consciousness are you trying to suggest that we might consider them differently if we had to think of them as individuals yes so actually I think that one of the reasons I wrote this book is that around the time even after the two thousand and sixteen election I had this realization that school children who knew Hillary was running for president often literally didn't know that Bill Clinton existed and that kind of blew my mind where I thought you know what is what if adults saw Hillary as completely separate from dell the way that kids do and you think that that would change fundamentally the way that she's you yes I do I think I mean I'm not I'm not saying that it would sort of solve all the problems of sexism but I think it would make her have an identity much more like that of Elizabeth Warren or any clothes are I wonder if it isn't insulting to suggest that a man held Hillary Clinton back maybe this story and their story is one of a hugely successful partnership that is arguably one of the most successful in American political history it's totally possible that you're right like I'm not even sure it's either or I think it may be though Clinton held her back in some ways and probably helped her and others and the same for I think maybe she held him back in some ways or maybe didn't always do things that were in is personal or professional best interest and then in other ways she was hugely helpful like I don't I don't think it's an either or it's sort of situation for for either of them did your opinion of either bill or Hillary Clinton change after giving them the fictional treatment you know being intimately involved in sort of creating this alternate narrative for them so I was already an admirer of Hilary before I began working on the book if anything I definitely have more admiration for her in terms of toughness her perseverance her hard work there's also there's all these stories I think they are sort of in the public but they don't get that much attention about what a loyal thoughtful friend she is like often over many decades or you know like she's she's very funny which is not really part of her public image so I am fully pro

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Is this is what you get on the side. You loud midnight. Do all four parts drop tomorrow good. I watched them all in a row bench. People we love to bitch and Diana L. From Cincinnati want to know what percentage of trump's haired you think is his own. Oh my gosh. What do you think is happening there? I don't know I think we all know something's happening right. Chrissy wants to know what Republican would. You have liked to be up against in the twenty sixteen election instead of Donald. Trump will any normal republican right. Did you have a favorite Republican to work with? I worked with them all that. That's the sad commentary about what's going on now and unfortunately there seems to be kind of refusal for bipartisan cooperation. Right now Julie. Be On facebook. Wants to know if the relationship between Chelsea and I've VONK has soured since trump got elected. I I don't know you'd have to ask her. Okay let's go to Jack from Detroit. Hey Jack which question hi. Hello Secretary Clinton to speak with you right now. I love you right. Question is Did Newt Gingrich apologize to you after his mom called you a you know what on the Connie Chung show back in the day? Well you have a great memory. Well actually I invited him to bring his mother to the White House. He came with his mother and his then wife and I gave them a tour of the White House and they were a little embarrassed because I decided to react to what they said about me without being retaliatory but instead trying to be gracious and trying to demonstrate that you know there was a better way to treat people so it was quite an interesting afternoon. Wow so boy. You really went the opposite. Well I really admire my daughter on twitter because she is like never getting drawn into it. Ya beaten up about it yet. Look I mean we are so divided right now and we're so hostile toward people that we think don't agree with us or somehow different from us that somebody has to start trying to you. Know Bridge that Gulf That's great let's go to Jordan from Iowa. Hey Jordan what's your question high Andes. I just wanted to tell you. Thank you For bringing so much happiness and joy the people's lives. Oh that's so sweet. Thank you and Mrs Clinton thank you for opening the doors for women everywhere. Oh.

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Your array of pantsuits during the twenty S. Shot is true. Wow are the rumors through that that when the CIA was hesitant to execute The Bin Laden raid on the same night is a correspondent's dinner. You said the White House Correspondents Dinner. That's true off. I love it okay. Let's go to some folks from Kansas. City is on the line for Secretary Clinton. What's Your Question Whitney? Hi Andy I just wanted to say that you and Bravo are everything to me. Question for. Hillary is What's the most romantic thing that bill has done for you? During her forty years of marriage he is so romantic and so sensitive that you know I will come home. Sometimes and he'll have flowers for me because he knows I've had a bad day. He's really so thoughtful. How did he care for you under the last election? Oh My Gosh. You know lots of times. I just was so devastated. I would just lie down. He'd lie down next to me. Just hold my hand. I mean He. He's done so great. Sweep number one question for you. This is Bravo. People wanted to know what your housewives tagline would be with one okay. I'm neither as good or as bad as some people say a lot of you including Sue Ritchie on facebook to us about tonight show to say the only thing that would make this better would be if it was shot ski night so at the risk of giving us both one nasty woman of a hangover Secretary Clinton. Will you do me? The honor of doing a shots.

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

"If we keep it up and we're determined to do that is going to to save lives and improve the quality of life for many women? Do you WanNa say something about that remote. Sure I think Secretary Clinton had I. Is that you know. What do you think about cook stoves and Dull G? Oh definitely because this is what women have to deal the in and they out book you know infantries like ours. Everybody has taken that. Cooking is taken for for granted that women have to cook. So what's the big deal in it And you know we wanted to bring the clean cook stoves. We wanted to bring unclean fuel to the houses of women. But we didn't want to distribute stalls. And so you know we designed a whole program where you know. Ceiling to National Finance Corporation gave a I lost guarantee and each woman bought clean stole so today today we have apple million women using those clean cook stoves in you know lunch but it was a challenge for us because you know the husbands and the mother in law thought that you know we have been cooking for generation and so why do you need to take a loan for a Kook stow and Then then the challenge of how do you upkeep and maintain those folks still and then from bookstores. Women now started using the L. P. G. so they are moving up into the social ladder and with that then we started bring in solar power. So you have you know solar powered cook stoves so she no longer has to depend on whether the fan in the stove. Joe is working or not or whether she's still needs to cut the fuel and chop it but she just has a solar power in she plugs at dinner thin and the stove is up and running and I think we are now scaling the sub to take it to all our two million members and that brought in a whole whole aspect of. How do you bring access to energy because if you really want to improve and strengthen the livelihood energy is still so? This is such a strong nexus between women energy. Feel you know food and nutrition and you've created a nexus with the private sector because a lot of what you've been able to do has been because businesses have partnered with say W-wa maybe you could mention your your new health venture and then we can move on quickly to your friend to your right and the exciting work. She's doing Jhangvi shouldn't be keeping keeping them all holding their impatiently listening for last two hours. But I think and just a few more minutes inlets and will stop here for your who have a lovely evening meals but I think as you as you rightly brought out there the to know my second big message on behalf of our millions of sisters Secretary Clinton is that what they need is partnerships and I think the kinds kind of partnerships you partner in Rhode but you also partner in you know the difficult times or in the losses as well and that will help the enterprises grow. How do you bring access to healthcare? How do you bring the like how we brought banking at the doorstep? How do you bring access to healthcare? I get at the doorstep and that's where I think we have been very fortunate to be able to partner with Abbott and again again as I said we don't want Sherry. We didn't want anything free. But how do you create a model. That is sustainable. And that women can have access still have get at their doorstep so we have young daughters of Ghauri Benza. The daughters in law who have hand devices who had those glucose meter so go from house to house and you know they keep track of his pattern meters of our members and you know how when the Para meter is crossing danger lines. How do you take her two referrals services? And that's the kind of a model that we are creating also to take it to policy level when we talk about universal health. Care what does it actually mean for the rural end the poor women or the women in the informal the sector. And that's the kind of the partnership that we are talking about so it's a win win. You Know Fordham in Brazil. So Technology Innovation airbnb illiterate. Women what are they doing on Airbnb do you know how do you. Then we have the issue of security and mobility of young daughters young daughters in law and who have studied. But you know who are not able to find and meaningful productive work and that's where you know I stumbled across AIRBNB. My son was studying at Christie and and there was the alumni of Christie's the founder of AIRBNB and I was getting introduced an ipod. Eli on Earth do with Airbnb the and then I thought anyway. I'm meeting. I should really annoyed something in there. I Lo and behold and I approached Airbnb back home in India and I say what you list. My sister's homes on AIRBNB and like rural homes on airbnb selects. Let's see the story from my own sister today. We have two thousand homes listed on AIRBNB. I'm already been and I've been a member of saver now for twenty five years and I want to say that you'd have seen and you would have come across several companies in this world but not a company like mine with the owners and managers. Managers are are all the men like me and we control the entire supply chain right from purchase of raw material to the sale of finished broadens. The owners of our company so I think you have a flavor we invite you to visit the Indian villages listed on Airbnb. Eh If you're companies to partner with with say Wa they're wonderful partnerships that can be developed. There're you're successful ones ongoing. I don't know if you want to add anything Secretary Clinton but it's been an experience it has and I'm so happy happy that we could share the stories. You've just heard with all of you and I would only underscore what Milan said. This is a a really good investment for partnership for the kind of visible progress that can be made in people's lives women's lives and say why has been plowing met ground now for decades. But they're really at a new level level of development and it's something that Reema and the leadership of say we are really focused on. You heard her briefly mentioned the health insurance program. I am that they're going to be rolling out. We need good models today don't we. We need to demonstrate that we we can we can get things to work and we can help people and we can all be the better for it and as you just heard I mean we really are all in this together whether we want to admit it or not and if we do admit it then there's a an opportunity for everybody to partner with say Wa in some way and so I would. I would urge you to follow up directly or through Milan and I think I'm supposed to get another presentation aren't i. You're supposed to get a presentation from gory. Yes so let's see what she has for you. I'm thirty show thirty official. I'm I'm nick. I hope you you enjoy that conversation about the incredible women of Saehwa visit. Say What Dot Org. For more information about the self employed women's Association our top takeaways I. Women's economic empowerment is critical when women can make and manage their own money. They're able to exercise better control over their own lives and help provide provide for their families. It also creates a double dividend women reinvest ninety percent of their earnings back into their communities and economies. Second those in need are looking for opportunity not charity. They need a hand up not a handout. Lastly AS Roma's shares partnerships can accelerate great progress for women beyond philanthropic gestures a well-designed partnership with the private sector can result in sustainable programs that create shared value. They're are both good for women and good for business. You're listening to Seneca women conversations on power and purpose a podcast brought to you by the Seneca Women podcast network with support from founding partner P. and G.. If you like this podcast please subscribe. Tell your friends and rate us on Apple Apple podcasts. For more information on Seneca women follow us on social media. visit our website and check out the Seneca women APP free in the APP store. They have a great week..

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

"And we talked and I asked a few questions and one of the women told me why being a member of say was so important to her because she said she had had freedom and she could be free from not only her husband but her mother in law and when we finish talking and I got up thinking that it was time to leave all the women rose and they began to sing we shall overcome it. Come in Gujarati. What I saw that day was so inspiring to me because it was the power our of hope? It was by dint of hard work. It was the support that they were giving to one another other. It was the fact. They were organized and I stayed in touch. I would see remo or others from time time to time here in this country. When I was secretary of state I went back and made it absolutely a stop on my tour because I want it to continue the work we had done to lift up the lives of women and especially the it was when I was secretary of state? One point two million members. Now it's two million in India and another million and a half and Pakistan Afghanistan Bangladesh. Other places I just can't speak enough about how this has. Truly provided economic empowerment and through economic empowerment freedom and dignity and the full fulfillment of the lives of so many women and now onto the second and even third generation Shen of the daughters and granddaughters and they want different things that they want a different kind of say well. Although forty percent of members in India are women under thirty right so there's so much to be learned from what they have accomplished. But I also think it's such a good news story that it's really important that more people hear it and I'm thrill that remote can be here to tell us first hand about the progress that say what has has made so tell us about. I'm sure there are many in the Saudi and so are not acquainted with the work of Saehwa. Tell us how how you move. Women the great majority of of them start out as waste pickers and how they come to have worked with dignity Nettie that sustainable nominee thank you so much. It's such an honor to be again. You know with you secretary. The Clinton and Milan has been a true supporter. All through this two decades. You gave such a wonderful introduction introductions. I don't need to repeat that again but I think the message that I bring today on behalf of all our two million Sisters from India is and especially from the young members of Sega who are aspiring war looking looking for more hor poor looking for a peaceful world war looking for a world in which they have work which brings them dignity which also brings them self respect and I think the biggest message which I've been telling Milan again and again is that you know poor. Do not want chatty I think all they want is an enabling environment where they can come together and listening all through this evening thing. I've heard that you know solidarity sisterhood. And I think it's the power of work which is so magical uh when women's work gets Weiss and visibility. Hambali did when they come together. As far as women and as workers workers she's able to end vents. She gets word based on the skills and the knowledge that she has it gives her tremendous confidence and then she gains gains the collective strength from the Camaraderie of other sisters that she's together with and I think it's the organizing that gives her that strength and with organizing than the members of that saver are able to tap into to get small loans which otherwise they are not readily given access stowe. She's able to build her infrastructure. She's able to gain access to head gear. She's able to build her own. Enterprise raise get access to markets in short. She's able to lift herself out of poverty and she's able to then take on any challenges that life may bring to her and I'm saying this not just on behalf of for two million sisters in India but also we have seen that in enough Ghanistan or in buck is Stan in the water. Nydia of should Lunka or in men mar or input and and I think the other message that We would like to share on behalf of our millions of sisters. Is that you know. When new put technology into their hands they know how the best application of it could be? You know how can a waste collector. Also lookin' usable. You know and SORTA Baltics is nothing bad but you know she no longer has to. You know rummaged each through the garbage but she can use a robot to do all that aura manual scavenger who has to get down into the trains in our ark countries still to you know clean those strains if she has access to robotics how she can change her life you know or a a young daughter of a farmer who feels that you know. How can she done her family to an enterprise and that's where you know how how she can use into agriculture and farming? We learned it from User Secretary Clinton when you had invited one offers small small farmers to the State Department and how she was shedding that she took out a small loan to take a says Jeff on Tobias Cell Phone and now she runs her own agribusiness company with two hundred fifty thousand small women farmers like her which has a turnover of about ten million rupees. And I think it's the same woman when she this year in our are annual general meeting. She rose up and she said seventeen years ago. I had no identity of fire on. I was confined to the four walls of my house today. I no longer feel. I'm poor. I may be trade but I'm not poor and I think this is the kind of dignity this this is the kind of respect that I think brings women out of both so. Rima raised the issue of technology which you might think doesn't go together with literate women but what they're able to do through technologies extraordinary and one of the things that you did Secretary Clinton at the State Department is you were trying to close the gender gap in mobile technology now. Why did that matter well? That's exactly right as remote said and really I was inspired by what women and say Wa were able to do if they had access to technology particularly mobile. Phones We knew that there was a gap in mobile phone ownership and usage between men and women. And we knew do that if we could help to close that gap it would provide opportunities for women to utilize technology Collagen in their businesses and in their homes and families so we did have a big initiative to try to work with other foundations and other leaders. Cherie Blair was someone working on that. Through her foundation to help lower the price increase the access provide education. Although everybody was really fast learner once they got access to it. It's a wonderful to see and we found you could deliver messages. You can deliver health messages. You can deliver messages about weather which is really important. If you're a farmer armor you could deliver messages about education. If you are worried about your children's future there was just a an unlimited number borough of uses that could be imagined and then implemented for technology and I'm thrilled that say Wa has been a real leader in this yes. There are other women's groups micro enterprise groups organized groups in other parts of the world. But say why has been a leader adaptability mention one other area that we worked on when I was in the State Department was clean. Cook Stoves on Clean Cook. Stoves was a passion of mine because respiratory distress is the fourth leading cause of death for women and children worldwide. Because if if you're cooking over a fire made with wood or Dung and you breathe the smoke and especially if you're in a small space you acquire all kinds of respiratory ailments and often and they lied to decrease lung capacity and even death so one of our initiatives in the State Department was to promote clean cook stoves and and say what was a great partner because you had to get models that would work in different climates that would work with different different villages just different groups of women who were used to spending their time hunting for firewood and would need to learn a new way of cooking but say why has been an instrumental in spreading clean cook stoves in India. which over time.

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"International says he's been very explicit in saying it's America first and that's all I care about out. Syria has been an interesting case and as a former secretary. You you have the ability to speak to this. With a an indepth knowledge trump said pull the troops out because it's time time for America to leave these endless wars. Everyone spoke out against trump for doing this. But it was one of your former ambassador Ford who said at one point that the the alliance with the Kurds was never meant to be permanent. It was just meant to be a temporary coming together because both sides wanted to beat Isis and they went allies of old time. What do you think is the more correct approach them look? I don't think his real philosophy is America. I I think it's trump I and he judges everything as to how it will help him. And perhaps he impulsively decided that bringing our troops home was good for him politically and that seems seems to be how he is justifying it. But let's assume we had a president who was interested in achieving that goal in a defensible. INSUL- way here's what could have happened. He could have very well have said to the people who know something about Syria. The Kurds Turks and others and said you you know. We need to start a process in order to figure out how we can protect the Kurds who have been our allies. Maybe not for all time but they sure have been sacrificing on behalf of our objective to drive the Islamic state out of Syria. And we know they're holding tens of thousands of prisoners for us so let's not leave them to their fates. Let's figure out how we work with the Turks who are worried about their border. Let's see how we work with the Kurds. Let's use the leverage we have because we still have troops that are special forces are working alongside the Kurds. And let's figure out how we're going to make this happen instead of just waking up and walking to the South Lawn of the White House and say we're bringing all our troops home and I've talked to President Air to want and since we don't know what he says on these calls for all we know it could be. Hey President Air to one. We're going to take our troops out. What do you have on Joe Biden? Didn't we don't know. And that's what's so frightening about what's happening because he has an affinity for dictators. He's clearly misjudged adjudged. The North Koreans Kim Jong UN has been firing missiles and obviously not behaving the way that a meeting with the president should have led him to he clearly does Putin's bidding. I mean Putin could not be happier to have the Ukrainians caught up in this while he continues to eat away at their country and their sovereign t the Russians have a huge amount of influence now in the Middle East as because they're right there in Syria alongside the Iranians and propping up the Assad government. So there's a lot of moving pieces on this complex chest Ford and I've been in a White House situation room where the president was demanding information. Not Acting acting on impulse where we were running through different scenarios where we had to be constantly testing our opinions against others in order to give the president the best advice that is not happening in this White House. It is unfortunately Unpredictable about what he will do next so therefore for other countries particularly ones adversarial to us are going around the world saying you can't you can't count on America anymore. You know count on us. We'll sell you arms. Not The Americans will make deals with you. Not The Americans will have investments in your country not the Americans and it's a tragedy Ajete because I think we were really well positioned at the end of the Obama administration to keep building on our leadership. And I think that's. That's been squandered under this president. Let me ask you one question before we wrap it up the book of Gutsy Women Talk About Women who have done something amazing throughout time time. One thing that we can't deny has changed throughout time has been politics and the way we see the world. I've always been fascinated as she'll relationship you know you are. You are your mother's daughter. Yes but you're younger than her other ever political ideas or conversations. You have what you don't agree. Oh you've changed east how you see an idea because of your age difference. Yes yes absolutely. I think most notably on gay marriage and equal marriage rights which is something that we talked about extensively throughout years. And I'm really grateful and proud of my mom for or her shift to being just dogged determined not only supporter bit advocate for equal marriage or in the house. And you're like mom got gay rights going Oh income on host like a with five to be having with your mom. I'm not I want to go to a party and you're like mom get married. Cuneo Room Young Lady. That's that's under wild. I mean well. Hopefully Nacer Tone Chelsea was really one of the strong voices on behalf of gay marriage. Here in New York. She you know gave lots of speeches. She was part of a group of leader. You said were advocating for it and I really respect and and listened to her about all kinds of things and this was something that made a lot of sense sounds to me especially because she has such passionate about it. Well I'll tell you this book of Gutsy women written by two of the gutsiest. Thank you so much for being on the show.

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Who together have written a book called the Book of Gutsy see women favorite stories of courage and resilience. Please welcome former secretary of state. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton mm-hmm the IT. Does this ever get tired just walking around and people cheering for you when you walk into rooms lights search for her solo standing ovation. It is Halloween night so I think there's a lot of energy. No I think you get this. I've watched videos of you walk into restaurants restaurants together as a family. I've seen you walking alone. I see this seems to be this feeling where you walk around the country and people go. It's a little bit of like But it's also like yeah. It's like that that's that's a cool. It's I mean it's not the presidency but it's a cool consolation prize true. Yeah it it does make up for it a little the Chelsea. Thank you very much for being here. You came from trick or treating. This was just went trick or treating. But you didn't. Can you dress up as an he just took the kids treating kids. We had Moana writes Clock striking midnight from Cinderella. Okay and to Pumpkin. Oh I like this. I like this and if you came to my door and Halloween I'll be like oh my God you you dress us Chelsea Clinton. I've never really thought that I've built built in Halloween people chosen. Because you know it's good. Makeup did say to us. You know you look just like Hillary Clinton and I say yeah. I've heard that. Let me say first of all. Congratulations on a phenomenal book. I didn't know what to expect the book of Gutsy Women I. I didn't know it was going to be a book about American women a book about political. But it's just a book about women who have changed not just there will but the world in some way shape or form. What's interesting is that he wrote it together? You've written many book separately but this was your first book writing together as a mother and daughter as someone who's written a book without my mother. I can't imagine what it'd be like to write something with how you're staring at each of the EPA sports. What was the process like? It was a lot of fun it also the did take some adjustment mint. My mother still writes log yet like like. I said this isn't event. I could see like a teenager up in the rafters turned his mother and Saints Generation. That goes like what is this writing the words out with and no autocorrect. Oh ooh and like nobody to track. Changes have comment boxes and you doing. Are you doing it on computer. And like twenty nine hundred. How do you compare the notes? Then when when you do you do you bring the long hand into the digital dude like give it to her and be like my work well so my mother would take photographs. AH each page text or email me the photographs of the pay. Wow Yeah so like when we were particularly working on the things that we wrote together like we write about Rosa Parks and Claudette Colvin together. So I would type my Claudette Coleman Essay and send it to her as an attachment like a word document and she would take pictures of like each individual Israel page or per Rosa Parks Essay. Sin Me like page one. Feel you'll frustration as you having just working through. I can feel that. Why did you choose to write this book together? I mean you've had many opportunity. You could have written about anything your family politics your life but this is a specific book and it feels like for a specific time. Why because we really believe that in today's world the stories of Gutsy women and literally there are many millions of them but we chose one hundred three to write about because their stories tell us yes about the struggles that they endured and their persistence to try to improve their own lives and the lives of people around them? But I think especially in today's world we need to be reminded of these kinds of stories And and they are historic and contemporary and even a few fictional and they were women who inspired me as a little girl and then throughout my life and the same with Chelsea and back act. We started talking about you know inspirational women when she was a little girl. And so we want to share these stories and we hope that people can find some Message Message That will help them. Especially you know given the difficulties that a lot of a lot of people around the world face right now. It's interesting Chelsea because you you've said you know there was a time in your life when you watched you're running for president and they will more women in space than running for president to rights. And now you. You have a plethora left with six in the race and you've seen how many women participated in in the midterms and one as well. Do you feel like we're noticing a shift in society. That's positively moving to a place where there's equality not there yet but just moving us in that direction. I think we're actually making progress. I also really appreciate how you framed the question trevor. Because it's super important that we don't get complacent and that we also understand still how far we have to go. I mean even though we had an unprecedented number of women run for Congress in two thousand eighteen eighteen. We were still less than a quarter of all declared candidates so making progress but we still have a long ways to go to get to parody. But as we've seen who runs for office it's really matters because they determined to hold office was so thrilled that my children are growing up with the most diverse congress wreck mystery. You have chosen one hundred food and three women in this book who all have different stories of being gutsy. But what would you find. was the common thread that made them who they are one. I think the sense suggest deep purpose sometimes something that they knew when they were a little girl. Jane Goodall always knew she wanted to work with animals. And Sally ride the the first American woman in space Really became a physicist. Because she wasn't good enough tennis player so she found her passion later in life. But what is distinctive about all all. These women is that they brought others along with them sometimes consciously breaking down barriers and sometimes just really aware of their example and I find that really powerful awful and Gutsy. That wasn't just for themselves. It was for other STU. It's a beautiful book. We'll be talking more about it and the both of you when we come back from the break we'll be back with more from Chelsea and Secretary Hinson. Don't go away the Secretary Hillary and.

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Tony Rodham, Hillary Clinton's brother, has died

Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Tony Rodham, Hillary Clinton's brother, has died

"And the youngest brother of Hillary Rodham Clinton has died. Here's WGN's Roger of Bob Kessler excuse me. Hillary Clinton announced on Twitter that her youngest brother Tony Rodham died Friday night. She didn't say how he died, but said he was survived by his wife, Megan and three children Rodham was born in nineteen fifty four and raised in park ridge with siblings Hillary, and Hugh Rodham. He worked variety of jobs, including prison guard insurance salesman, repo man and private detective. He also worked on the Democratic National Committee, and previously married. The daughter of former US, Senator Barbara Boxer, Tony Rodham was

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Nerdy this week, I wanna thank Phil t bear the zone be drummer David, J e Smith Gabrielle Philippi, how to mule Gonzales, Brian Holden and Jeffrey Sewell. Thank you, also very much for your support of the show. Okay. Let's get right into it. You know, I talk a lot at the top of the show. Let's not do that this week. I'm really excited about this one. I have a chance to sit down with a lane Weiss. Now. She is the author of an incredible book called the woman's hour. The great fight to win the vote. Yes. This week. We are talking about women's suffrage, and I love it. So without any further ado, here she is Elaine Weiss. Well, Elaine, thank you so much for joining me today. My pleasure. I'm really looking forward to talking to you. All about the incredible work that you do including your new book, which I think, is now out on paperback, right? The woman's hour the fight to win the vote. And this book has gotten a lot of claim. I was just reading recently that the rights were actually sold for a potential TV show. Yes, yes, we are working on that with Amblin television, which is Steven Spielberg's production company and secretary state. Hillary Rodham Clinton is serving as executive producer. She is a great fan of the book. That must be I mean, I can only imagine I hearing about that after writing the book, what a shock that must've it was one of those wonderfully pleasant shocks. That's incredible. So of course, I think readers have not had the chance at hopefully learning about it here on the show will be inspired to see exactly what, what Hillary Clinton is also so excited about. So I'd love to start with you before we get into the content to talk a little bit about your work as a writer, energy. And also, what inspired you beyond just being a woman and appreciating the right that we all have to exercise our vote. What inspired you to really drill deep into the suffrage movement. And to learn more about it and really tell that tale will in many ways, it was the fact that I am a woman who is very dedicated voters. This is something my parents drilled into me and I'm very thankful for that. And I thank them in the acknowledgements for doing that. And also, I. Taught my children who are adults now to vote in every election. It's just your responsibility, your privilege. You're right. And it's extremely important, and so I- merrily have voted all these years and realized I didn't know how I had achieved the vote, how American women had not had the vote for many, many, many decades. And then suddenly did have the vote, but it wasn't sudden at all and I realize I didn't know win that it happened. I didn't know how that had happened, and that sent me on a mission of curiosity out of ignorance and I in, in starting to, to do some research found an incredible story in the library of congress, actually, I was researching different tangent of the story and found a report that. Explained how the suffrage movement had used the quest that had been given to them, a large bequest from woman in New York. It was two million dollars. It was a huge amount of money, nineteen fourteen when they received it, and in that report, which is in the library congress, it talked about the story of what happened in the last state to have to ratify the nineteenth amendment for it could become part of the constitution. And this was such a mesmerizing story that suddenly the two facets of this came together for me that I realized that I didn't know how, how women won the vote, I had asked my, my very intelligent friends..

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Time names Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh on 100 most influential people list

Chad Benson

02:54 min | 2 years ago

Time names Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh on 100 most influential people list

"So one hundred of the most influential people time has their their hundred most influential people. I have heard of up some of these not all of these, you know, some of them you like like you got ninja, right? Like ninjas? The the the guy that's on the internet playing the video games. I say that he's a gamer and each one of them has has had like a forward written about who they are juju Smith Schuster big NFL wide receiver wrote his and he's in what they call the pioneers. Right. You got that? You've got people some the rock as artist Gail Gadot wrote about him, right? Like, and some most of these people I've heard of most of these people, you know, the usual Randy Malik, and Glenn Close and a few other that some of my never heard of leaders Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Rodham Clinton wrote about her, right? You got Trump and several other ones on there for those keeping score. You know who else is on there, though? And I found this to be very interesting kids. Christine Blasi Ford. What the hell is she on there for? Hey, you'll see I get right at a lot. And again, a lot of them. You're not going to know who they are. They're influential globally, whether they're titans of industry that you've never heard of or their politicians and in certain areas, but. Christine Blasi for are. You kidding me? Is this a joke? Right. What exactly did you do? I'm just curious. What did you do? Well, you know, she was setting. No, she never proved anything. She gave a half ass circus like gibberish. Couldn't remember a damn thing. Something that happened forty years ago, whatever in a place that she can't remember by people. She can't remember by people that were there who don't remember being there. I I'm curious about just exactly what it is. Right. That that to me. I just I found it to be fascinating. But I also look on here. And I said, it's exactly what you would think it would be. It's a lot of people who you don't know who are on the left side of the aisle who have all these big fancy things that a few right side of the aisle, usual cronies that are, you know, the the Mitch mcconnells of the world and stuff, but it is. I was just don't found it. I'm like. You know, I could see there are some people out there that you would say, okay. I could see why you would be on here. Influential wise when it comes to sexual assault or the metoo movement her. I don't know. I don't know. And yes that cavenaugh fellows

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Here & Now

"Here now dot org. Standing in front of a large green screen way. Whether people do and borrowing beloved Broadway show tunes Randy insinuates himself into current events. Replacing Anderson Cooper in an interview or creating a one man garishly costume Greek chorus wondering, for instance, who was in that room when President Trump's son met with Russian operatives doesn't know the definition of delusion. But I didn't know who I was meeting beforehand. Never heard of the person never got the information until they were in the room. Or skewering former libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, if you are elected. All right. What will you do about Aleppo about tyrod bell? And what is the lepto? You're kidding. No kidding. No. You're not kidding. No. You know, what is? What is the lepto? What is the Lippo? Lepto is a city in Syria. And as we come in. It's lovely. Thank you. But it's kind of small it is tidy you should see where I came from. Because I just moved here less than a year ago. I was down the street in a studio apartment. This is a two bedroom. The whole thing was the size of this living. She's about ten by ten. Yeah. I lived like in a green screen my green screen, which is now. Now, I have a space that I can go into one room with all of the equipment to think what has come from this small space. Yeah. It's crazy. I have my my letters from San time and Hillary Clinton, and I think just for my living room. I never left my apartment. That's amazing. What's happened? Just leave the letter from Hillary Clinton was in response to a birthday video Randy center at the request of a friend. He read the letter to us, please know that I'm hearing you on for continued success with best wishes and warm regards. I am sincerely yours. Hillary Rodham Clinton. And what? Okay. But does that inoculate her? No, for instance, there was that video Randy made during the two thousand sixteen campaign inserting himself into an interview with then candidate, Hillary Clinton and her running mate, Tim Kaine. Hey, thanks so much for sitting down with me during such a busy time. It's really an honor to speak with both of you. I will be the president. Whoa. Calm down. No one's no one's afflicts. Let's limit there. That's from Steve Zahn time in twenty fifteen when I was hardly known. I just had a little web series on Broadway world. So he since become a mentor, and friend, but that, but he he was like right in there from the ground on the ground floor with me that you're going to say he's since become someone who's made it, you know, that Steve he's getting there. Hello. We send me Email saying that lasts video was so clever. How do you come up with your lyrics? And I always write back and say, Steve you you wouldn't understand. I have a gift, and I'm not about to explain it. Yeah. It's. For me. Because Stevenson time is of course, the Lord I grew up idolizing him as I still do into the woods Sweeney tied. Those were my religion. Here's a framed poster for wicked, oh, there's video Judy Garland, all the legends Randy rainbow, all the divas. I just wanted to kind of just make this room kind of a collage of of a lot of things that have inspired me. I'm here in majestic Kenya. Famous. Birthplace of not Barack Obama with none other than the one and only first lady of the United States. If you don't count Mike Pence Milania Trump MRs Trump law so in his production room props. He's used a now takes on tour including the pith helmet. He wore as he inserted himself into an interview in Africa with first lady, Melania Trump. And I mean, you know, how cruel people can be on the internet..

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Contributions but this isn't right so this is what you're realizing and by the way if you're going to start talking about the candidates that bernie sanders endorsed one of them was hillary rodham clinton okay so yeah maybe bernie sanders shouldn't be a shouldn't be so weak or fraudulent pick one but he's out there supporting a candidate who as you're kind of getting to in this article stands against everything you guys stand for all right there isn't much evidence that it will at least not under current leadership this is referring to bernie sanders pushing the democrats in april the intercept published an audio clip of minority whip steny hoyer urging a left wing candidate to drop out of his pennsylvania pennsylvania race left wing critic sucks subsequently complained that the democratic congressional campaign committee consistently intervenes against leftleaning candidates many of whom happen to be people of color quote if they're going to expand their map they need to look at candidates of color quinton james founder of the collective pack told vox may i think the democratic party gets it but we've got to stay on them to ensure the results we want to see are happening now again if you think the democrats actually care about these social justice socialist issues it's like operating under the impression that the republicans actually care about shrinking the size and scope of government i don't look at the rhetoric look at their actions they're lying they don't care about any of this stuff but again it's interesting to see people on the left at least starting to notice this all right sanders could be a source of consistent left wing pressure on party leadership whether or not he runs in two thousand twenty if he intends to build the lasting political movement out of the remnants of his last presidential campaign he needs to become an effective counterweight to the mainstream democratic party but based on his ice comments and the uneven results of his campaign efforts sanders no longer seems like such a sure figurehead for disgruntled democratic voters all right yeah well look this isn't anything inconsistent in bernie sanders bernie sanders has not been for open borders for ever and this is what you see in that as recline interview this is the funny thing where they're like oh this this seems to be you know it's like i don't know if bernie sanders is actually going to be the voice renewed will you guys change what you stand for every five minutes so what do you expect your expect some eighty year old socialist to keep up with the the new position of the day all right back to the article in fact despite his sudden popularity in two thousand fifteen sanders has never been a figurehead to everyone in the american left his primary bid did draw the support of many leftists but leftist voters in the united states aren't spoiled for options or at least they weren't when sanders launched his shot bid for president that's changing now and it's putting sanders politics in perspective he does not occupy the left most bank of the spectrum it's certainly true that sanders is to the left of most democrats but contrary to how he's often portrayed in the media he's not a doctrinaire left us his principle of benefit to the left has been to mainstream certain beliefs namely that access to healthcare education and living wages our rights not luxuries but sanders is not a revolutionary the now just this is you watching the democratic party being pushed to the left in real time okay so yes sure he believes that you know healthcare education and living wages our rights not luxuries but sanders is not a revolutionary there you go now no you're right he's not the left most how did they put it he's he's he's not you know he doesn't occupy here's the he doesn't occupy the left most bank of the spectrum like yeah okay right he's not leon trotsky here he's he's he's not math basically he's not a revolutionary okay sure yes that's that is a fair point so let's a keep reading here sanders is not a revolutionary his views aren't even entirely consistent with democratic socialism the the political tradition he claims the.

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Scott Ole, Roosevelt Park and Detroit discussed on The Paul W. Smith Show

The Paul W. Smith Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

Scott Ole, Roosevelt Park and Detroit discussed on The Paul W. Smith Show

"Korea his strategy on trade even telling republican members to relax on their criticism because he would have it all figured out and when it came to immigration himself a somewhat ambiguous endorsement of two house republican proposals that they're trying to consider on the house floor later this week the fbi may have edited and changed witness reports in the hillary rodham clinton and russia investigations according to a house republican in a hearing into fbi and justice department misconduct congressman mark meadows of north carolina also raised the possibility that the fbi misled the department of justice watchdog in an attempt to hide the identities of two f b i employees who were sending antitrump messages beijing accuses the us extreme pressure in blackmailing in the wake of president trump's threat to impose a ten percent tariff on two hundred billion dollars more of chinese goods here's correspondent nic robertson on when the penalties may take a fact that the sort of fifty billion dollar taras at first round president trump is authorized and china's responded to go into effect from the us side on the sixth of july of as far as the sort of two hundred billion goes that would take some time to begin to put that into effect as a lot of details that has to be worked out in the interim canada's senate has given final passage to the bill to legalize recreational marijuana in canada canadians will have to wait at least a few months so legally by marijuana the michigan state board of trustees meets today and tomorrow in a retreat their next formal meeting of the board is friday as the interim president john engler is under fire in the aftermath of the larry nassar scandal will ford give a new name to the detroit train station after its renovated well here's a possibility what about green acres sizable building project plan near the old train station detected by wjr's ken rogulski at the scene of the train station event yesterday huge barn is being planned for vacant piece of property just a stone's throw away from the old depot owner scott ole says we've dismantled a barn from grand rapids and we're going to put it on this particular parcel here right off roosevelt park board by board that's correct how big is this barn it's about seventy five hundred square feet and but they fold up a little smaller than that it's already halfway here it's a up in mid town on a an another piece of property we own and ready to go all labeled stacked up in numbered lowell ads it'll take about a year for the foundation and other year and a half to build it and they plan to rent it out for weddings right across from the old depot ken rogulski wjr news news.

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"And they are doing so on purpose but it's the poor cannot yet afford private schools what can they do homeschool of course even single mothers on welfare can afford to home school you are a strong supporter of homeschooling why first of all it is the right of the parents even though the motto of unicef is every child is our chil our child and even though hillary rodham clinton believes that there is no such thing as other people's children children are not the property of the state secondly home schoolers consistently test in the eighty fifth percentile at a tenth of the cost of government schools now how the nea can bitch about homeschooling with those results just astounds me until america demands separation of school in state the private schools must operate at a severe disadvantage even though they do a better job at less than half the cost parents are still forced to i fund the government schools those parents who cannot afford private schools have largely turned to homeschooling because it's affordable and it's affective an immigrant family from honduras moved to riverton wyoming about fifteen years ago there homeschool daughter just won the national spelling bee in fact home schoolers have won it sixteen times in the past twenty years it's wonderfully embarrassing columnists vin super newest sup rinta wits put it well he wants wrote that every experiment needs a control group regarding gun ownership in the daily bearing of arms vermont and alaska are the control group for dc and new york city for the government schools the control group is the home schoolers amateur housewives are regardless of their race income and even educational level teaching their children better than the professionals by the seventh grade home schoolers are two years ahead and the nea and the af tea are going back cuanto over this the home schooling movement has saved a large remnant of children from the zombie academies and they're dangerous environments these several million children are the seed corner of the future seed corn which otherwise would have been consumed leaving us to starve years ago.

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Clinton blames "backwards" voters for loss to Trump

Orlando's Morning News with Joe Kelley

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Clinton blames "backwards" voters for loss to Trump

"I want you guys to hear this hillary clinton went overseas to india where she spoke to an audience took questions as a speaking engagement for hillary rodham clinton and she she made some comments that many people this morning are saying are similar to her basket of deplorables comments that probably torpedoed part of her election efforts but here's hillary clinton in india if you look at the map of the united states there's all that red in the middle where trump won i win the coasts i win illinois and minnesota places like that but what the map doesn't show you is that i won the places that represent two thirds of america's gross domestic product so i won the places that are optimistic diverse dynamic moving forward and his whole campaign make america great again was looking backwards you know you didn't like black people getting rights you don't like women getting jobs you don't want it know see that indianamerican succeeding more than you are whatever your problem is i'm gonna solve it wow that from hillary clinton in india to a foreign audience about why she lost the election to donald trump your reaction you can share it with us right now of course you're gonna hear that i promise you you're gonna hear a lot more of that and reaction to that beginning this morning at nine o'clock with brian kilmeade this morning at eleven with herman cain today at one with dana lash and sean hannity i'm sure cannot wait to go on the air today hannity this afternoon from three till six here on.

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Unfilter

"Tell them it's great we really cherish the time we do have together in appreciate the fact each of us works hard in in arkansas as bill clinton rose from attorney general to governor republic hillary rodham became his most powerful aid on them and run know much changed her appearance and eventually her name to avoid any problem and just put it to rest i will forever be known as hillary rodham clinton and expect that she became skilled policy and politics a fighter willing to play hardball to win oh that guy's got the voice over a voice overs designate and that that whole clippers in supporters think if you want to see but we're not here to talk about hillary no no we need to move on was talking about the news this week let's talk about jared kushner losing his top secret clearance late tonight nbc news is learning jared kushner is now cut off from highly classified information according to multiple sources familiar with the memos set friday it alerted staffers with temporary clearance to the country's most sensitive materials that's over that includes the president's soninlaw and top advisor those sources say who has been tasked with mideast peace negotiations jared kushner cannot receive the president's daily brief he cannot be involved in national security council discussions about sensitive matters and he cannot be talked to about our nation's most significant secrets the white house not commenting specifically on kushner's clearance but saying he will continue to do the important work that he's been doing the move more.

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Ends hillary looks up i'm hillary rodham and they said come see you guys and they were a year older and we became best friends and they were we work all that time in the about then i became great france with bill we ran for congress in an attorney general and governor of arkansas and lots work in his presidential campaign and it's it's interesting because in by the way one of my best friends in the world is again a more mckenna who worked on the other side in we but we don't we love each other and that's what america needs to start being done we need to get together on higher ground fight like s and dollars but purpose over politics by the way snow study so it is fascinating because i got to be in the middle of these amazing seat changing a game changing political braces and uh it's intense but uh no it's also really fun the ah when you win winning losing really sucks yeah and by the way when i learned in politics there is not a regretted opening brad young it you don't get a a do over area bella crack at on election day and you in look i i love president clinton story he's been a friend of mine for a long i know he is and and i did not i liked him because he was nice to me and i respect and i liked i did like his politics.

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on Dexter Guff is Smarter Than You (And You Can Be Too)

Dexter Guff is Smarter Than You (And You Can Be Too)

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on Dexter Guff is Smarter Than You (And You Can Be Too)

"There you go way everybody had absolutely nothing going on her life until the day that she became my executive assistant you tell me you can sit down yes sit down now something kind of interesting hillary clinton hillary rodham clinton what a blow your mine that is a young law school inter going to school she was an executive assistant well that former executive assistant as well on her way to being the first woman president in the united states of america and that's pretty impressive or tell you this if you wanna send a message out to the rest of the world the you've got things going on the euro vip then you need an executive assisted one of the most powerful secret weapons any entrepreneur kid hair and if you have any questions about today's talk don't come to me directly what she hit a my epa my executive assistant thank you so much everybody you can also find me on the only social media wednesday power everybody.

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"hillary rodham" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"hillary rodham" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"You will be real off here in the mood at warmer likely you'll be making news mood crowder become a carcani luna would movie la motta day mohammadali who occurred flawed or whomever was the iran ah do he was he tried to ride is going to be mayor are we will keep value output of the we all know man or i will good girl abu q tomorrow raring an easy allah delay a mike appreciate abro thank you so much i gotta run by the way our president was speaking at a press conference today and he was reminded that hillary rodham clinton his opponent for the election for the presidency uh last year of spoken out spoke out rather in favor of cali cap nick ni lincoln the protests loans is a peaceful protests she was like we should have no problem with it listen the president trump's response to that once it was presented to him by the media meaning that hillary rodham clinton's position on this matter listen to president trump's response take it away to know when they take it needs plenty of time to do knees in this plenty of time to do lots of other things but when you take in a sheet will that's why she lost the election i mean honestly set thinking that is the reason she lost the election when you go down and take a knee or any other way you're sitting essentially for our great national anthem your disrespecting our flag and your disrespecting our country and the nfl should a suspended some of these players for one game not fire suspended for one game and then if they did it again it could have been two games in three games and that for the season you wouldn't have people disrespecting our country right now.

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