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"holzer" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"holzer" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Have different conceptions of truth is different acceptance. The facts are they tend to have more bubbled existence. They tend because you can disagree with any of this. They tend because they're hanging out in like minded communities to engage in group polarization. You know you said at the end of the book you ask the question. Which unconstrained institution poses the greatest danger to the body. Politic hyper partisan media flailing to retain readers and viewers or presidency with direct access to tens of millions of admirers. I mean so. I just wonder whether he are you neutral about this change. You think it's bad for the country. I absolutely think that they divisive miss. That afflict society now is a dangerous and never more so than in the midst of a pandemic when health recommendation. So politicized as we've seen. So i think you know. I'm not gonna make an excuse of saying. The book was written before the pandemic but it was but of course it's unhealthy. But i also you know looking at the long view. We in the era of hyper partisanship. We manage to elect abraham lincoln as a leader. Who's who oversaw the greatest crisis in the greatest threat to democracy in american history. So i think partisan journalism is not automatically bad. The difference is in lincoln era. You either read a republican newspaper or a democratic paper and though papers were openly and proudly aligned. I'm waiting for the day when cnn declares itself eight a force aligned with the democratic party. I'm if we can't go back to the days of walter cronkite and howard k smith and others than than maybe people should be aware of the specifics of who they're watching and make the identities more a requirement. You know think it's kind of obvious sure it's obvious but it was. Why was it. Proudly a bannered in the nineteenth century and is so reluctantly admitted to why did fox news begin with. Its its existence. I sang that they were a truth. Teller that the news with all of the fairest news coverage ever. Majesty there's a bit of phoniness involved on both sides. And i would like to see either. I don't think we're gonna get a return to nonpartisan journalism any time soon. I absolutely believe that. What you said was right. And i end my my book with a reminder that pat moynihan said that you can argue about opinions but you can't argue about facts but we do argue facts and we're groping now for away for Social media platforms to address. The statements lies in incendiary commentary. I think that that's a big fight. Going forward yet to the kootenai quote the sentence after you quote pat money handed out in the interview here. The sentence after the moynihan quote is the trump era may usher in a permanent upheaval which americans never again agree on basic information or trust in traditional news service. I like that to happen..

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"holzer" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"holzer" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Account of how the press has formed and how it's how it has reformed and performed during the trump administration. I absolutely agree that we have gone back oath on television and to lesser degree in print. But it's coming to the kind of partisan journalism that existed in the nineteenth century. And i think we're back in the position where readers and viewers are getting the news from the platforms of their choice to the platforms. That are aligned. Most closely with your own increasingly-entrenched political views a visit to the united states in jackson era attended a political event and then picked up two newspapers the next morning democratic paper in a wig paper and did not recognize the event from the way that it had been reported in those hardy newspapers. I think the same can be said. Do you know just looking at the commentary on fox and msnbc after the days of the democratic convention. You watch what you're comfortable with your not nonpartisan news. And to some extent the new york times washington post the new york post have become party or at least philosophically aligned. This papers so. I think we're seeing a change in print coverage back to the old model as well. Now there's nothing sacred about the new model or the newer model as opposed to the old model. I just think we have. We should probably recognize that. We're in to another era of philosophy indoctrinated in philosophy aligned journalism and deal with it on that basis but that it you don't think we need to take more critical stance towards this but you don't think it's either good or bad for the country to have the media sputtering like this because some of the effects that go along with it is that people.

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"holzer" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

07:00 min | 11 months ago

"holzer" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"That they were kind of empowered by the pentagon papers was out. An how important was that period presidents. Like oh i think empowerment is a great word. Not only the pentagon papers but the ability of the press two so relentlessly cover the watergate. Cover up and And i say maybe a little bit cruelly in the book. I think the dream that every journalists since has harbored that maybe they could become as famous as wealthy as carl bernstein and bob woodward maybe even be played in the movie by dustin hoffman and robert redford. You get much better than that or to be played by meryl streep as katharine graham going after the the going after the pentagon papers. So yeah i do. Think culture shifted with nixon. The the seismic shift. I pointed to the clinton years but was because of the coincidence of the rise really a huge imprint of partisan journalism returning nixon thought journalism was partisan because he didn't think he got a break from the press from the time he was prosecuting or persecuting alger hiss as a congressman is a senator. He hated the press and doubted their fairness. From that moment forward and of course you know. Proceeds on a steady architect denouncing the press when he loses for governor of california controlling the message when he returns the big comeback as president creating an enemies list denying access but yes the press is emboldened by in the clinton era. We have partisan journalism as a fixed fact. Maybe just as you know the hateful spiro. Agnew warned about when he was sent out on the road to rage against nattering nabobs of negativity as he's so absurdly alliterative. -ly could it. By the clinton era you have high water. Mark of talk radio you have the first stirrings of the internet and you have entrenched cable news fox news entering the scene. You have cnn entering the same. And you have this. What i thought was a toxic combination of gotcha journalism and new technologies. That made every move that bill clinton made or had made subject to investigation and press inquiry. And you know not only things that he deserved to be questioned but things that look in history or at least my rating history to have been you know unfair ridiculous diversionary waste of time like whitewater like the so-called travelgate like the inquiries into vincent foster suicide things that the press should have left alone in my view or as one day stories as we call it. Why did this happen was whether just technology was the twenty four seven news cycle on cable news. It was a kind of all of the above. I think. I think it was. Also i think there was a visceral dislike of bill clinton in. I should add that. I find him very likable. I think i made my bias is clear in the book about him and not just because he was the only living president who had who allowed me to question him about his relationship with the press. I've always liked president. Clinton full disclosure. He appointed me in two thousand to be the chairman of the us. Lincoln bicentennial. So i should put that on the disclosure list. But i think they thought he was getting away with murder as joe klein put now. Joe klein is a reporter. Who was really close up and personal with clinton during the nineteen ninety-two campaign. He was on the plane with clinton shot the breeze with him every day. And little did clinton know that. Joe klein was making furious notes for the novel that he would anonymously published or co primarily colors about how he was getting away with sexual indiscretions promiscuity you know using his wife to cover for him to charging to the rescue and i have a quote from klein later in the book you know what was it about clinton that made the press react in this strange way and he said it was. If you know we'd all lived through the sixties we'd all dump things and david gergen said the same thing by the way who worked for clinton we all did things we didn't wanna do and we'll skated and clinton will not that we didn't want to do that. We're sorry we did clinton skated and he was sort of our guilt trip. It was like our discretions. We're going to be exposed if we didn't expose clinton's and has some weird psychological impulse to its subjecting him to war or an scrutiny and relentless spotlighting than any president has ever endured. let's jump ahead to donald trump so first of all characterize there's been a lot written about from use of social media has his very extremely antagonistic relationships with press his showmanship tactics in controlling news. Slow that he wants to control and in the press is reaction to calm and just tell us what you think about that whole ray of things. Yeah i I and i can't wait to hear your take on it so i think you know in a way. Trump is part of this tradition. That as you said at the outset of our conversation dates back to george washington macro antipathy between journalists and the press usually healthy sometimes excessive. As clinton era i also think he is like fdr with radio like john kennedy with television news conferences like brock obama with the at the advent of the internet. His a master of a platform reaching tens of millions of people every time he has the whim to to communicate and of course i mean twitter and other social media platforms and i think where the press has fallen down and i think they're doing a better job of resisting these days. Maybe because where again in an election cycle but his tweets lead the day's news the way they early edition of the new york times used to lead the day's news or an ap wire story would lead the day's news television used to do it's morning broadcasts based on what the times had written out at ten o'clock tonight before now. All the presidential coverage seems to emanate from trump's bitterest tweet storms in the early morning from heaven knows what venue is writing from. Probably we don't wanna know so isn't isn't this isn't his control of twitter and the content dominance.

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"holzer" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

07:11 min | 11 months ago

"holzer" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"And how president trump's relationship with journalists as many precedents. And it's not the low point in president press relations. We also discussed the likely arc of the battle between the white house in the media after trump leaves office. It's the law fair podcast. August twenty fifth herald holzer on the president's versus the press you cover in amazingly interesting detail the disputes and confrontations anxieties between presidents and journalists. Going back to the beginning of the country one of the themes that. I discerned anyway in the book. And maybe maybe a subtext is called. Is that we all think. Donald trump is having historically unprecedentedly antagonistic relationship with the press. But your book is away kind of calling that conventional wisdom into gresham is. Is that fair. yeah. I think it's absolutely fair. And probably more than a subtext. Give us the highlights for why people think of trump is being unprecedented vicious towards the press. But as you point out there episodes throughout history which were in some ways much worse than what trump is done. I mean i think the reason perhaps we think of trump as doing more damage to the traditional relationship of the press and the white house is that his message is intensified by daily briefings ostensibly on corona virus but ultimately each containing some sort of incident blowback against journalist and because the rest of his anger is communicated on on twitter which reaches tens of millions of people in an instant and those it doesn't reach reaches the messages reach because the mainstream press in the broadcast press. Carry those tweets as the major news of the day. So we're confronted repeatedly with the manifestations of trump's anger at the press and frankly depresses anger at him. Because he's criticized and accused of fabrications more more than any of his predecessors but my argument is that it away. Aside from the high technology he uses his bark has much worse than the bite of other presidents and yet yes absolutely george washington for sure that really furious at the press at the end of his first term and throughout the second but john abraham lincoln prosecuted newspaperman and had more than a few imprisoned during their presidencies. An i think that can arguably be considered a worse threat than than than bombast. A woodrow wilson imprisoned. A few editors in his day in the name of national security and barack obama wiretapped reporters and in some cases their families. So i'm just suggesting that this is nothing new but that it seems to be carried with more frequency on the worldwide web so when we get to trump at the end of the podcast. I'm going to suggest that there may be something new but your point is well taken. That there's nothing like the alienist edition acts or what was going on in the civil war or wanted to in terms of presidents shutting down the press and censoring the press and the like and putting it in that historical context. I think is very useful to tell us about the press. In the seventeen ninety s it was in many ways it was like the press today in some ways. Not how would you characterize the nature of the american press. Donald the republic. Well there was very few newspapers. They were usually published weekly. Eventually they became bi-weeklies not dailies for a while not many copies printed. Many of the other shows used hand presses in in the eighteenth century so you can imagine how precious a newspaper was but also how electric it was to get news. How exciting it was up to. Forty people would read a single newspaper. They were so precious and confident. So washington wanted a press in the national capital of philadelphia but he wanted it to be nonpartisan instead of just reporting him as the ongoing national hero without criticism. Something unusual happened even by today's standards. I think his own secretary of state who happened to be of a different party and happened to be. Thomas jefferson imported agai to start a pro republican in those days. Jefferson was republican slash democrats. So i'm just going to say republican to make it simple a republican newspaper to start up in philadelphia in opposition to the pro washington pro federalist paper and not only did he encouraged it to establish itself. He hired the editor as a translator in the state department to offer him a subvention so that he could afford to start the paper and before long. Benjamin franklin's grandson started another anti-washington paper so washington is not only the first president. He's the first president to be criticized brutally by by opposition journalists establishing this partisan phenomenon that begins with washington so to dwindles at the end of the nineteenth century kind of be replaced by news emphasis by yellow journalism and then comes back in the era of bill clinton. I think that's where i trace its origins with the advent of and the proliferation of talk radio and cnn msnbc and fox news maybe a little earlier and clinton there. We'll get we'll get. We'll get to those changes. I was struck. Knew this but you have some great examples of just how incredibly vicious newspapers were especially towards washington. And how much it got to. Yeah is aids. I mean including vice president. John adams was really thin. Skinned on jefferson was pretty cool. Usually both sort of noted and kind of gloated i think about washington's thin skinned about his temper and they sell examples of you know little tantrums he had and it was a pretty big man so the tantrums must have been phenomenal and that included throwing newspaper to the ground and stopping on it with his boats yelling about what he was being subjected to and how i love to go home to mount vernon and give it all up. What did he needed for. And to washington the reports that question everything from his diplomatic policies to his personality when he was this is a guy who was practically a secular saint in america when he became president he was criticized for you know a pomposity lavishing attention on.

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The Lady Bird Johnson recordings and what they tell us

20/20

05:51 min | 1 year ago

The Lady Bird Johnson recordings and what they tell us

"Thursday may fourteenth. Virginia in mid may is bombed for any troubles. No silent spring here. The green archer fresh bring leaves almost met over the rutted country. Would occasionally you would see a bright. Little chipmunk perched on radio fans it's been a bad week in washington lady. Bird finds herself in the rare uncomfortable position of being the subject of some pretty scathing press. So she's fled. Dc to get out of the spotlight and come to hunt. Land and estate in middleburg virginia about an hour outside of washington. Lbj and lady. Bird had made high profile tours of appalachia. I mainly on poor whites for one of the administration's first initiatives it's war on poverty and they've quoted massive press coverage tv radio and prince. Johnson continues the president's attack on poverty as she travels to the economically depressed areas of kentucky. The forty five counties making up this area present one of the nation's worst pictures poverty several times. Mrs johnson holzer motorcade degreed local school children who have gathered along. The roadside ladybird has been a public face for this up until now the media has loved her. There's actually no vice president at the moment because lbj was the bp under kennedy and according to the constitution there's no automatic replacement for him lbj's going to announce a running mate at the convention in august at the press corps. Traveling with the first lady has started referring to her as mrs. vice president. How serious is that. i don't know not fairy. But they've clearly picked up on something real about the way. She works with lyndon in a typical piece. Editorial in the lexington herald in kentucky asks. Why not an lbj and lbj ticket. Look no farther lyneham. Your big problem of running mate for this fall is now solved. It's none other than that. Charming texan. lady. Bird johnson ladybird lasted off but all this recognition has also made her a target. Read the papers and absorb the shock. Aptitude republican congressman's visit to my tenants that i pogo county. A couple of gop congressman decided to take their own poverty. Tour to alabama where ladybird has almost four thousand acres used for cotton and timber farming that she inherited from her mother's family. The congressmen go see lady bird tenants and put out some grainy black and white photos showing their ramshackle conditions tin roof shacks with collapsing foundations. No running water basically. She's being made to look like a slum lord and those optics as they say in politics are terrible. It could have been worse. I've got to thank some way to turn it into. A constructed in ladybird been in public life for decades. And she's savvy about the press. She understands the story could deal them real political damage so her first constructive step was to avoid the press by getting out of town. That's what's brought her to hunt land back in. Washington linden's really struggling. His civil rights. Bill is stuck. In congress is war counseled dean rusk mcgeorge bundy and robert mcnamara all holdovers from kennedy are pressing him on vietnam and he has a raging toothache and i was almost asleep. A little after tway out. He called me. It was a sad happy. Talk large about the alabama tenants and about his restive desire to seek a way out of the burdens. He carries but the real source of his pain. He's actually thinking about not running. November linden is fundamentally insecure. He knows he wasn't elected that he's just there because kennedy was assassinated. He doesn't believe he has a mandate and he doesn't think he can win despite an approval rating of seventy four percent. You could argue that. This is all in his head but part of him. A big part just wants out ladybird invited. Lbj's to longtime doctors to drive out to hunt one for dinner Linden had a major heart attack at heartland almost ten years ago in nineteen fifty five. It's never really out of mind for either of them so at dinner that night with the doctors. She'd heard what they thought about his fitness. And we're going to give him a thorough medical going. The next morning and night we only talked about the psychological aspects. I don't know though that either one really understands the depth of his pain winning af faces up to the possibility of sending many thousands. American boys vietnam both ladybird linden can see the writing on the wall. Vietnam could easily derail his presidency. Their ambitions for civil rights the sweeping great society programs. He's just laid out for his doctors leave to go back. Washington bird hands them. An envelope marked personal but its contents are political to on the phone the night before linden had asked her to set out the pros and cons. I wrote at for london about a nine page analysis of what i thought he situation was. I she types out that press release. It's a bit of psychology. This is what it would feel like to announce you're not running. Then on a spiral bound steno pad ladybird writes those nine pages laying out his options This letter or what. I think is more accurately. Her strategy memo is been sitting at the lbj library forever. Pretty much overlooked by historians.

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"holzer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"holzer" Discussed on KTRH

"Podcast for free on the I. Heart Radio Act number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one. I always hit traffic on 59. Next on the 10. You're faster Commutes on 7 40 Ktrh. All right, you know, we we kind of ended up the last hour. In our conversation with Dr Shannon Holzer, you know, And then I made a comment and something I've always believed actions speak so much louder than words. And there's so many people who want to judge the Trump presidency on what he said. Versus what he did so what they claim, he said, how they interpreted what he said about what he actually did. We're gonna talk about that coming up in a couple minutes, but first speaking about actions being louder than words. Representative Cohen from Tennessee, not making a lot of friends. Across the aisle these days. Did you hear the latest He's accused incoming freshman representative Lauren Bulb, Burt. Of doing a reconnaissance mission. For the people who are going to storm the capital. Because he saw her giving a tour before the riot happened. Here's what he said, and her response to it cause they were family members that she was taken through. We saw Congressman Boehlert taking a group of people for a tour sometime after the third and before the city he's out on the home team. She was with the visitors. I have four sons. I have my husband, my mom, my aunts and uncles and we went to the.

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"holzer" Discussed on Talent Makers Studio

Talent Makers Studio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"holzer" Discussed on Talent Makers Studio

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"holzer" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"holzer" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We are the biggest entrepreneur platform on the planet welcome back to business rockstars I am continuing my conversation with the founder of the heart right so you touched on it a little bit earlier for how you got into this entrepreneurial endeavor but really what the idea and inspiration right yeah I love that thank you for asking well heart rise to rise stands for acronym for radiant integral soul energy so it's like I've been into the power by literally of your art and what I found in my journey as an entrepreneur as a creative as someone who's always curious and connecting with many people and traveling the world and living abroad and having different companies and consulting was this activity real we would current that exists amongst all of us beyond boundaries beyond corporate environments in all different ways we just there is that there is a synergy that can access and so heart rise I found at the heart was really a very powerful way to plug into that and so working even as a coach for years that I have and and essentially I still do but now I do it on a bigger scale with that paper trainings and companies was that how do we bring it back to that energetic wisdom which is really what the act says about its **** internet energy source that power source and with that you can guide you and lead you will collaborate collaborate you can create and it's a simple very modern math at its four simple steps you know so it's really easy to practice you can do it on a five something triggers you or for going in for a big presentation or you want to have a big I like to call them hard storm sessions these creative sessions where you know really visioning and just some things don't really support you in a practical way and in a modern one yeah and obviously as being a business show for arms newer it shouldn't really really helped Holzer the connection between employees or operations should be a lot of benefits there so it is it something where you can share the core staff yeah more so than the four super simple steps are the first one is with heart vision I see what you're doing is you're witnessing so as you're saying before like we're talking about here or whatever might creep up as an entrepreneur as a creative if they're coming up with any idea or your visioning out in new you know it's a different phases or the you know the year ahead and whatever that may be the first step is with her vision I see so you're witnessing what's in there so whether it's something you're calling in or it's something you're releasing or wanting to get rid of a block you're witnessing the first step is with our vision I see you're becoming energetically aware through the heart I'm simplifying the second step is with her focus I feel so actually letting the feelings breed rather than containing and contracting them because one of the reasons here and all of that becomes so prevalent is holding so much inside so it's back active energy when we feel fairly he'll pursue you move the energy and then it doesn't have it hold on I was on your partners as our house is you want to let that energy move so just by stealing it you don't need to analyze it and over think it and get doubtful about it a dubious and stressed out and anxious you just feel it the second step is dealing with our focus I feel third stop with art knowing which is strengthening the heart I three so that's where as an entrepreneur that leaves that were often presents at that fork in the road that big decision or that big courageous move you have to make five bringing by letting the hearts energy go and opening it you actually learn to move with a former staffer just with hardware's demise hello and that's when you start to connect with this energy that literally is the energy that can access everything is energy so you're guided use it like you meet someone here they're putting out lots of good intuitive that you get that energetic read we don't realize it because we're so busy judging in our heads but you walk into a space you feel energy no we're constantly attending to vibes and energy and as entrepreneurs it's our best guiding wisdom but most of us are busy had traffic so when you instead are aligned with that energy so Steve hill free flow and essentially you're just activating the engine of your heart you're igniting our hearts our you're plugging into that electricity which although it's more so the plugin he activates it so seeing witnessing is recognizing something might be blocked or you want to let go of something or you want to call something into your bringing in a big idea or you have some vision so it's seeing witnessing the second step is feeling so I call that it's like activating igniting the engine or the heart Byers you're feeling that you're letting it be out you don't need to think about it you just feel like there's something here excitement but you're letting the feelings move because the reason we're so afraid of the heart we don't really know how to work at energy you know we're so programmed to think an open heart is like you know our surrender these ideas are so like all like they bring up here but it's just because we're holding so much if you let the feelings no they don't hold it on yeah you hostage anymore so feeling and then you're free to let it go with her knowing you build that art myself then with her with her my slow and then you're Dan your June daniar activated president of feels good you're that person who lights up a room instead of bringing my head saying I am part is your buddy something about this well hi and hard I'm very excited and proud that my book AVA I wrote it and designed it and it's basically the heart eyes method in a book it's a very pretty pretty little thing without going through the whole thing I'll just share I don't know where I'm slashing but just so you get a feel it's a very visceral so each of the steps as in there and it really describes what what's in there essentially and it's a very simple facts about check it up on the go on the fly you know you can read it in the morning if you just open it to a certain page it can just get you with a little heart at exactly what you needed in that moment and it's really there to support the practice so it's it's meant to be practical and playful and inspiring I know that you were initially self funded and recently acquired seed funding and rowing and I felt very organic and heartfelt yeah well you know I tried interest for for over the course of my journey as an entrepreneur and potential investors and investment you know when I was younger I don't always realize it was people were drawn to my light or my presence and what was happening which is exciting but it sometimes felt didn't feel aligned all the time so I was very cautious and I really built this heart slowly and so when this opportunity came up more recently with somebody who is really impacted by one of my workshop and really it was life changing and she was a woman and it was amazing and she really I was so touched and it was really just something that spoke to me as far as her wanting to get involved in helping spread this message that tell the story can act one of my friends who's who works with start ups and you know came out founders and founders in general and she raises funds like big time but she's like never in my life only you just the right we've got you know it happens organically but it was because it was so aligned and it was a lineage from her grandmother so she wanted to do something meaningful because this really beyond even I mean the entrepreneurial spirit is that too for me anyhow to help as many people as we can to empower them beyond so I feel like this was an opportunity to grow this vision in a way that's really gonna reach beyond boundaries sales yeah Schlafly how do you hope to disrupt the status quo hello I'm delighted you know Braemar heart Cinemax I mean living in leading part away I really believe that emotional intelligence as we're catching wind I mean that sort of that a trendy way to say it and it's I mean it's the jet I mean it's learning to strengthen the wisdom of our heart is everything as far as I'm concerned we're so caught up with sort of academia and and and I'm not dismissing anything about academic intelligence is brilliant and were you know that the right so important and as service as as being of service to the heart's wisdom so that's what I really come to understand is just how do we learn to lead instead with an intuitive knowing and letting that lead so in the workplace and you know and again I bring this to big companies is just how can we build because if you have teams that work together in teams that are inspired by our each other we can change the world but like legitimately and I see it happening thank you for sharing your day many on north Washington exposure thank you we are the biggest entrepreneur platform on the planet this is business rockstars everybody really cheer you know it's been a few months since we last spoke my wife and I've been enjoying the retirement life.

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"holzer" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

Success, Motivation & Inspiration

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"holzer" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

"What is this training you for? And so that's kind of how I use tough times to say, you know, this is just preparing me for what's next and something better is coming. So that's kind of the mindset that I have whenever life tries to throw you a curveball or some tough times. Call of that. What inspires you? My family. You know, my two boys at home and, you know, my mom, my sisters and my nieces and nephews, I saw all my I have a to do list that I do every day. I put on a index card and I put the initials of every of all my immediate family members at the top of the goal card. And then I put like three, I thought, when the process, and I put, I'm prepared. I'm present, I'm productive. And so that is just like the engine that fuels my air the fuel that gets me going and really wakes me up in the day. Like, you know what? Hey, I'm not doing this for myself. I'm doing it for them. I'm doing it because I want them to have exciting life with me. So, you know, that's kind of my fuel for getting up and getting after it every day. Cool. That's great. What advice would you give for someone that's struggling with negative self image or feelings of worthlessness? I think it's about changing your environment quite frankly. You know, because your environment shapes you so much. So, you know, if you have friends that are bringing you down, get your friends. If put positive quotes all over the place in your house, you know, using auto suggestion, which is a chapter in Napoleon hill's book, thinking go rich, you know, listening to positive music. Have you heard of the band called the score? I'm not sure. I don't listen to a lot of music. All I listen to is books and writing books and podcasts, but they are phenomenal being the score. And my book trailer, that's one of their songs that said, the title is born for this. And so like, and they have a ton of great songs and music. They found that, you know, it's a really key, because you were just like him tunes to yourself and then you repeat things. And so whatever you repeat to yourself, goes in your subconscious mind. So music positive music or positive, even like, you know, audiobooks or podcasts or whatever. Listen to them over and over and over and over again really can help you recondition yourself. So that's what I would suggest to people. I love that. I give the advice a lot where I've got people that will call in or they'll get on a chat talking about. I was talking to a girl the other day that was messing again. She's struggled with heroin and cocaine and methamphetamine all kinds of different addictions. Oh wow, yeah. Gone through sexual sexual abuse starting at 8 years old. Man, just had an absolutely terrible life. But she has decided to get out, you know, she went through all the rehab homes and stuff and talked about breaking out and getting taken back and people keep putting her back in rehab and she just get out and go back and are on the same dirtbag friends that were.

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"holzer" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

Success, Motivation & Inspiration

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"holzer" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

"Man. The time we spent on that 15 minute call or whatever, changed, you know, made me impacted me, I guess. I'm just some random stranger that they called on a Facebook group and I can connect and learn something from them and you feel like I made a friend out of that conversation. So if I'm some random guy in a different part of the world on a Facebook group, you know that that person is affecting people at the local coffee shop or the grocery store or that there's all these people that care about you, you just need to. Yeah, I don't know, maybe step outside yourself and realize that you're not. That's when that's when I was a young people. People do care about you. And you're like, oh man, I remember that friend. I remember that friend I did it, you know, so like, yeah, it's something that, you know, you just try to think about other people. And I feel like really can help you. Okay. I love that. Yeah. For listeners that have lost someone due to suicide, a friend, family member relative. I guess what advice can you share with them? Do not suppress your emotions, like allow yourself to heal, allow yourself to feel like, you know, all the things that go along with that and just take life one day at a time. You know, it's like it is so overwhelming, losing somebody to suicide. There's confusion. There's resentment. There's abandonment. There's all these feelings that you go through. And sometimes you don't feel anything. Like you can go from feeling everything to feel nothing that's my personal experience. And that can be overwhelming, you know, so like, I also use journaling a lot. And that was something that helped me because even when I didn't like talking about it, I could write it down, and I could, you know, I could do that anywhere. And that kind of helped me. And that was part of why I wrote my book too. I mean, there was tears on the keyboard, but I was able to allow myself to feel those emotions that I had quite frankly surprised for 15 years because I just didn't want to deal with it. You quite honestly. So that's what I would say is take one step at a time and allow yourself to heal and try to think of the good memories as well. That also helps put you in a good place. So. That's great advice. I'm playing as soon as we get down here. I'm going to buy your book. That's called shared by suicide renewed by resilience, right? Correct. Yeah. On Amazon. And then it's also going to be an audiobook here in the next couple of weeks too. So. Cool. I love audiobooks. That's my I listen to average like 6 and a half books a month. Wow, yeah..

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"holzer" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

Success, Motivation & Inspiration

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"holzer" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

"Yeah, that's what I would say is take a one step at a time and allow yourself to heal and try to think of the good memories as well. That also helps put you in a good place. And you slam so glad to have you on the show today. I was checking out the listing on Amazon and stuff. I'm going to buy your book and go through it. We get a lot of people in the successful innovation inspiration group that have dealt with either suicidal thoughts or some of this taking their own life and family member for whatever. So I'm so glad to have you on sharing what happened with your dad and also how that's affected the choices you've decided to make because of that. Yeah. Well, it's great to be here and thanks for having me. Ask your personal question, starting off. Can you share one thing that you loved your admired about your dad? Yeah, absolutely, man. He was a true craftsman. He was electrician. He was a, you know, he was a guy that could really do almost anything, though. I mean, he was so talented with his hands. Like, you know, whether it was carpentry or building or anything like that. And he had a mind where he saw it in his head and he didn't stop until he was exactly how he pictured it. And so like his attention to detail, which he had to have being electrician, you know, was off the charts. So I mean, that was something that always will stick with me about what I admire about him the most. And how old are you when he decided to take his life? I was 17. So I was almost the end of my junior year in high school and to my senior year. So it was a very moldable time in my life, you know, especially because you're getting ready to become an adult and you know you really start to look up to your father at that age because he's been possibly, you know, you want.

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Campaign Director Joz Sida on Tom Steyer's Nevada Chances

Latino Rebels Radio

09:16 min | 2 years ago

Campaign Director Joz Sida on Tom Steyer's Nevada Chances

"Am recording this in a hotel room in Jackson Mississippi because in the thick the political podcasts at I go. Who'S IN WE'RE IN JACKSON? Mississippi this week for a couple of shows and had a chance to connect with Josh's Sita via phone. She's in Las Vegas. Jaws is the Nevada state director for the Tom. Steiner campaign wanted to check in because according to their campaign. They're actually doing well or they say they're doing well. Although national polling or Nevada polling might suggest otherwise nonetheless. I think it's important to hear from candidates and their campaigns. And as you know it's about three or four days before the Nevada caucuses. Also the the Las Vegas debate happening on Wednesday as of now as of this recording star is not qualified for that debate. But you never know but anyway. Here's a phone call that I had with jaws about an hour ago and I wanted to share it with you guys right now on Latino rebels radio. Hey guys thank you so much for for taking my call. I know you must be really really busy couple of days before the clock is can you just tell me at least from from the campaign? What in terms of early voting or anything you can share about your campaign That's been happening the last couple of days. I know definitely actually. We're very very excited because Nevada when we started in August of last year we were at two percent right and as we build a team with diverse group of people actually reflect a lotta. We went up to nine percent and then subsequently later on wind up twelve percent and right. Now we're seeing our internal like numbers. I think came out today where at eighteen percents on and I also was a lot of early vote especially in smaller communities are out of in in mass four times and it doesn't his message resonates and and all of the. Vata Nevada is a sample of the country has purple Blue States. Red States And I think that that's important to reflect and I hope not you know the Democratic Party that the national Democratic Party can see that the voices of Nevada's needs to be heard right and so what we're seeing in early as large numbers of people coming out And you know we hope that this is an inclusive transparent election process because if it is I know for a fact that Tom side will come out specifically in the top three so How is not being on the debate? Stage is that GONNA play a role Going into Saturday for time starts right now. We're still waiting. We're waiting to see the like we have a five pm right but if it's not I mean com is going to continue to me voters whether at I think the momentum going to stop We have built a strong team in Nevada. That are people that have worked in the stay for years are building families years so a lot of mistakes not just for the for all the families that are working in the campaign to support Thomas Values. So I think Tom GonNa be stronger than ever and continued and reward whether at all everybody else's on the debate stage she's GonNa be out making sure that he's having conversations and moralizing folks to the poll that he always have Next future so I think he's going to continue to the work It doesn't stop until until you know. He's so and I think every twenty seconds before says anything affordable pools so talk to me a little bit about the local aspect of of of the state because one of the things that I understand and having followed it for a while. Is that this political power especially from the Latino community has been out there for years And this and it's almost like suddenly everyone's I quote unquote discovering that. It's hard to you know what I'm saying. Like talk to me about the locally. You mentioned the local. I understand that the payments continues to go local Look Trust me about the organizers. Even others who who decided to do align themselves with dire to support him. And what does it mean in the context of like local? Nevada politics that this is something that You know he might. At least you know he's GonNa get votes. Whatever it is we don't know but but at least the fact that I'm talking to you a couple of days before and you're telling me these internals people come and volunteer and who knows what's going to happen on Saturday. Yeah why did that strategy work at least for some of them like star? Who might not have known I? I somebody WHO's working Latino community for years. I seen a lot of politicians are about broken promises. Come into our communities talking to us about things that wanted to for us and then when they get elected they forget about us and It's always been A pathway for champion so we say they get the Latino. Vote the win and it's true but the community needs to actually representing in dire husband. Suddenly without being an elected official for politician has invested so much in the community with four war featuring next and as a philanthropist themselves him and his wife gave out of their own money over three million dollars to help families that were in detention being invited to being deported in California other than they've invested over three hundred and thirty million dollars to help Round families have actually good food in their schools from their communities in Central Valley of California. So they've been You know the sires com sire and can enforce how Zanny I put together to help the comedians behind this team so when people find out when we just talked to to power and people find out so like Oh my God like this guy actually is a real deal find it so it's not a hard opportunity to convince people and is the budget being able to get our message out there and that's what we don't locally. We hosted a debate watch party in Spanish with Twenty three churchgoers moisture We hosted In our headquarters In in Las Vegas on December twelfth. You know we have done organizing with our families in our communities because that is what it's about. It's not about winning entertainer. I think you have a good day. Immigration reform is on longer priorities. It's about it's about you know uplifting on your way to victory stampings come to our communities and then they do what they gotta do and they leave. Our goal is my goal as director for Com sir. Nevada it's still a community than we got and they about investing in the community. That were in organizers. People who have worked for me. Well it's people who have worked with near all planned parenthood for future next-gen who has invested time and energy in Nevada who are battle-tested And our battle born to be able to make sure that we were. We were hitting. We're going where nobody else is going. That's different from everybody out. We're going to meet the community where we went to veterans village. We've had round tables with with communities and nobody else would even think of. They actually do it. After the fact a lot of the venues now elected officials are coming to seat for to be to go to host their events. The owners aw endorses. Because we've we've been in the community far before we don't use candidate just actually Organiz. We organize our candy hostage and work in other states and we continue to do the work and nothing ever reflecting the Bulls on on Saturday. So can I just ask you like I are people in the community like I know there was a lot made about him? Not Knowing the name of the Mexican president. Is that even an issue? Because I felt like I got that from a couple of campaigns and I was just curious. What's what's the campaign has said about it Any more because I think it's I told him it's all right but You know being Mexican American is always interesting to see like you know. Not Everybody knows you know presidents from other countries. But I think it's really the campaign life right like traveling going up and down and sometimes it's that moment where you're just like I know it's there. I know it's in my head but it won't come out right but But Yeah I know he definitely understands that that's something that he should have already known but he knew spread. It was at that moment. Like okay Yeah that's interesting by knowing that that question by and then he other candidate would be asked whether it's thinking about you know being the road in her competitive nature of the field You know I could happen to anyone. but I remember doing that in college where I actually meet people. You know perspective of like you know what's going on our minds and in that moment doesn't Gotcha questions questions. But like I said. I know that Tom in the community. Especially Thomas Somebody who who people really wanted to get to know perspective your faith faith family values with the Holzer And that goes a long way from that. Because that's what people love to see your family together because they know that he understands what that means concern.

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The Glamorous Lakers' Unlikely Leader

ESPN Daily

05:45 min | 2 years ago

The Glamorous Lakers' Unlikely Leader

"So Kevin. In spite of being blown out the other day in Boston the Lakers are still the number one seed in the West and everything is sunshine and rapes around the staple center but a year ago. It felt like there was a storm cloud hanging over the franchise. I had magic Johnson. President Basketball Operations nations stepping down team fired their head coach. Luke Walton and then they chose Frank Vogel as his replacement awesome and there was a perception around here in Los Angeles that it was a pretty uninspired choice right in some ways frank. Vogel is the Ultimate Safety School. So for the Los Angeles Lakers Kevin Arnovitz is an NBA insider for ESPN. They went after Monty Williams former player who has immense amount of respect but at the end of the day he got a much more appealing offer from the Phoenix Suns. Tai Lue was a top choice. Lebron's former coach NBA Championship. Cleveland Cavaliers in two thousand sixteen. And what are the Lakers. Do they offer him a contract that I think it's fair to say was. Maybe not befitting a championship coach. There's sort of a standard now for for what a NBA coach gets in terms of the years in terms of money and this particular contract offer fell far short of that to the point where I think the public certainly the perception within the League was here of the Lakers doing it again. They think they're the Lakers. They have this golden or around them they can just offer championship. Coach is his deals. That don't reflect that pedigree so they don't get money Williams tyler walks not for another job. He just walks and they get Vogel. I used to do a lot of L. A.. Sports Radio and I remember this announcement very vividly. Los Angeles Lakers fans. They were not happy. Happy Kevin in fact they were furious. Vogel I think at the outset was seen as an odd choice for a number of reasons. One one is. The Lakers are the Lakers. And they have traditionally gone after coaches. That are either real brand names or have this royal. LAKER occur bloodline they are part of the Laker family. So here comes Vogel who is coming off. Two year stint in Orlando where he lost twice as many games as he won one could say no fault of his own. It was it was a young mismatch roster of players. But he doesn't have a brand name he looks like an accountant announced he's never played in the NBA before so he doesn't bring with him. The story playing career so for a fan base and a franchise. That's always been very brand obsessed. Why are you getting this off? Brand coach was very much. I think the perception an off Branko. Now I'm imagining frank. Vogel at the Grocery store he's like the generic. I Love Kirkland. I I think that sets up this story very well because you great value. Oh you use the Kirkland of coaches and of course. The Lakers are widely perceived as his ex hyper glamorous NBA franchise in particular with Lebron James. They're going into an off season in which they're going to be trying to get free agents. This is before the trade for Anthony Davis and here comes maybe the least glamorous coach forget fans for a second just people inside the game fifteen choices of who is going to be. The next Lakers head coach. I don't I don't know that Frank Vogel would have been on one ballot. I'm not saying Bogle can't coach Lebron's right that's different. So how did he get start. Frank Vogel got his start by by being a pest he was division three point guard for a genie out of college and he became obsessed with Kentucky basketball when he was at home on winter. Break when you're watching that famous Duke Kentucky lightning later catches He decides I want to be part a big time college basketball. He's going to leave his division three school. He writes letters to the staff at Kentucky including Rick Pitino and they basically send back a form letter. Thank you for your interest. This is in the mid nineties so he decides. I'm just going to drop out of my college enroll at Kentucky. I'm GONNA drive there. Basically without an invitation nation. And I'm just going to hang around the facility. Whatever anything I can do to get inside volunteer? Whatever they need and little by little sure enough he hangs around enough due to the point? Where Jim O'Brien who was assistant to Rick Pitino said Okay Okay? We'll we have the video room. which at the time video rooms have become like the very sexy place to get your start as a coach? Now Erik Spoelstra Mike Putin Holzer Dave Fidel but back then it was still kind of a newish thing and so he just camped out in the video room and essentially became one of the best young video coordinators in all of basketball and to the point when when Pitino went to the Celtics they ultimately brought. Frank Vogel Oh go along with them. And then when O'Brien took over he promoted him again and so little by little. He's sort of the He's the kind of the little engine that could of basketball. So he dollars. O'Brien to Indianapolis. And that's where he gets his first shot as head coach. How does that go right? He gets to the Fr- what we call. The Front of the bench comes a top assistant in an Indiana Under Jim O'Brien O'Brien gets fired and Vogel's the next Guy Up Larry Bird actually ask Joe. Brian looked this. Guy's really loyal to you. Do you think you take the job. and Jim O'Brien profane. Lee said absolutely

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Jen and Brad Hug at the SAG Awards

Celeb News Ride Home

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Jen and Brad Hug at the SAG Awards

"Pitt and Jennifer Aniston reunited. Yeah I did last night at the awards and it was actually insane. First of all Brad gave this amazing speech like in one single breath. He managed to talk about about Quentin Tarantino's foot fetish also bringing up the fact that he likes his character in once upon a time in Hollywood didn't quote get on with his wife and quote. A lot of people are saying this was his way of bringing up his recent marital problems with X. Angelina Jolie I mean yeah obviously fleet. It's also extra loaded. Because Jen Aniston was in the audience looking like happy for him and and and just like beaming kind of maybe. I'm reading too much into that. But there are pictures to prove it. I'M GONNA oppose the receipts to the INSTAGRAM. Follow us at celebrity to follow along with the visual aid for this story anyway. He gave that speech which I highly recommend you watch the full video of and after he won. Jen Aniston ended up winning her award for her role in morning show while she was giving her acceptance speech. Broad was photographed photographed watching it backstage on monitor like longingly. After she finished her speech she came backstage. And the two X.'s. Are you ready. Are you ready for this. Are you sitting down the two axes hugged folks. They hugged and and you need to just look At the picture of them hugging. I can't describe it better than just you looking at it because famously pictures are worth a thousand words you know. That's what they say and this picture is well. I mean the chemistry is just. It's too much I can't I can't handle I think the entire world's heart stopped beating for a second when we all saw that picture. Anyway after the Hug Jen pulled holdaway and made like this face that kind of looked like she was saying. Oh my God we did not just do that. It's kind of like a grimace anyway. She walked off and then brad grabs her hand holzer. Like don't go. Don't leave me you. I love this so much. I can't wait for like every CELEB- gossip website to like call in their body language experts. Don't you love when like an article. Has referenced a body language expert. I'd love to go to Grad School and get my degree in body language expertise. I'd make so much money anyway. Does this mean Brandon Jenner back together. Of course not no probably not. But AH maybe maybe. Like come on broaden John I know you're listening to Celeb- news ride home. Just do it. Just get back together. It'd be so funny see. We're all happy it's so funny just do it come on just do it. Just it'd be a funny bit. Just try it. Just get back

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"holzer" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"holzer" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"I trying to jam it in a calm doing a good job battling and then a puck gets out and grants graders getting right into it has a full length of the ice this site was going to do any executes perfectly just on one leg gets sorrows to bite on the forehand moves the back in so grant with the goal for Anaheim and now nine seconds remaining on the power play grant picks up the goal and the doctors now the power play has elapsed the predators did not get a shot on the game a very critical one up short handed goal against the predators the seventh they have allowed this year then for the ducks it is the seventh they have scored years you'll see from a tough angle missing the net turning now is Yossi is on the left for turning and shooting blocked in front that off Gravettian Holzer in the past comes up for Larson left wing sided center and dumps around the wall you know the Nashville's own for one docks with the lead ten fifty eight remaining in the third period books what in wide of the Anaheim that gets laughs lips it back to the national line that calm little bit too far for Forsberg doc savage in there and again Larson the left side for Raquel deflected in from center read Ginori hasn't passes up the right side and way too far up the right side I sing against Nashville here ten twenty nine remaining.

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Inside Iran's Underground Fashion Industry

The Business of Fashion Podcast

08:59 min | 2 years ago

Inside Iran's Underground Fashion Industry

"Global News headlines have been dominated by news out of Iran where a recent US air strike killed. Iran's most senior military leader General Qassem Awesome Sulejmani resulting in growing tensions in the Middle East back at voices. Two thousand nine. We shed some light on. Iran's underground fashioned seen team Iran is a country that we in the West know very little about but over the past few years. I've been receiving messages on instagram from young fashioned creatives. Who have written to me saying that that behind closed doors there is actually a vibrant fashion culture in Iran and they are longing to connect with all of us? It seemed like the perfect topic explore voices. Twenty nine to shed some light on Iran's underground fashion scene. We were honored to introduce four Iranian fashion creatives to share their experiences of their vibrant culture. Holzer with us and also to demystify some of our misconceptions about their country based in Chicago Hoda Khattab is the voice behind the political fashion platform. Juju Jewish and hotel opened our voices session with a powerful talk which explained how Iran's fashion economy has been impacted both by an extreme regime in Iran but also sanctions from the US UK and other Western countries. Hoda was joined by Sharon and chief of Car to self taught fashion designers and co-founders Iranian fashion label car. Who came all the way from Tehran to join us and the brilliant Iran born London based sued goal Sarky founder and editorial director of Tank magazine who interviewed Hoda Sharon and Sheva together? These four challenged our assumptions about aww country that is largely closed off from the West on this week's B. O. F. podcast go inside. Iran's fashion industry and I had this really cute flowery speech. I was excited to give but given what's happening in Iran right now. I think it's only fair to sort of take a setback and talk about the situation and kind of conceptualize that so right now. It's been almost a week in which the Iranian government has actually shut down the Internet and shooting Shiva and I couldn't even be in touch until they landed in the UK. I haven't been able to have been in touch with my family for the past near week. Either and this this sort of constant and current sort of uprising protests are really in part due to economic insecurities as sort of economic degradation of society see that has been caused by government corruption mismanagement of funds but also US and UK sanctions that have literally crippled society. Every single Iranian every single day is affected by sanctions by this country and by the United States. Things like medicine is unaffordable. Everyday curable. Diseases people are dying from because they don't have access to medical care or medicine because of the high prices food commodities everyday little things are so inaccessible accessible to every Iranian right now because of the situation so so important that yes what's happening in Iran is horrible but I think we also have to understand that the United states and the UK and many of our countries are also complicit. And what's happening right now. The reason and the difficulties that she didn't she will be talking about more both domestically but also from the sanctions that these countries are having creates a larger more complicated situation that we really need to be. unpacking and fashion is inherently political intertwined and all of this and yes obviously in Iran. There's a mandatory dress code and fashion. Maybe a little bit more political explicitly there but throughout the entire world. There is no such thing as apolitical fashion. It does not exist if anybody says fashion is apolitical. Please Punch them. This Muslim is condoning violence. I'm pleased on called prevent on me but it's true because fashion ultimately at its core is the motive communication. We're communicating something able to convey really powerful messages. Tell people about a culture about society or we're not an recyling. It and silence is complacency at a time where we truly cannot afford to. The world is fucking on. I can say fucking the world is fucking on fire right now. Aw How can we ever think that what we're creating and putting out in the world should not be engaging with us and all of us were closed and are in the business of fashion. I don't even immune that fund and yet are we actually truly grappling with the complexities of how fashion is truly political on so many levels beyond just just a slogan which could mean or not mean something based on where you're producing it Fashion is even more inherently political. If we think about production and consumption what does that mean. The majority of our clothes are produced in Southeast Asia by people who look like me and you had the majority of consumed here. In the West our whole industry relies upon and continues continues to profit from histories of imperialism genocide sanctions that have plagued the entire world and yet we still profit from it. We're living in an active empire. The British Empire still exists people are still profiting off of the fact that there is no economic growth. happening in countries countries like Indonesia because we profit from it and we value this and our entire industry is built upon it. So what does that mean and also the fact that fashion literally frames our bodies like literally every time we step outside. We're deciding how we want our body to be actually presented in the world there's nothing else that's more intimately connected to our identities or the manifestation of that in public space than fashion literally. Wraps it touches our skin. So what does it mean mean for something that's made in a product of violence to be rubbing off on our skin every single day were so so concerned about what we eat where it goes in our bodies but how about what touches our skin constantly every single day most nights some nights but also but it conveys a Maybe religion the fact that I'm visibly Muslim. My experiences growing up in the United States as someone visibly Muslim has been marked with physical assault being uncalled terrorists every single day. This is a reality that every day I step out of my house and choose to present myself in a way that I know that I'm GonNa be added to another government surveillance. Watch list her. And if you don't have to think about every day when you step outside of your house who is going to profile you or what police is going to stop and search you. That's privilege which doesn't make that decision any less political so we have to think about that and right now especially the fact that the Muslim identity is trending trending in the fashion industry. My identity is sexy. Every single person wants a Muslim. Who looks like me? Walking down the runway and their latest campaign. But how can we have the fact that right. Now we're at a time of heightened anti Muslim racism on a global level partnered with the time that we see Muslim faces taking up space across fashion magazines. What does that immune for our industry? Is that a trend. Or are we actually substantially dealing with and grappling with the manifestations of what it means to support Muslims. Would it means the support people people of Color. How can Nike? For example create. A pro hit job that was created with the raw materials by Muslim wiegert Muslims and concentration camps in western China passed down to Muslims in Indonesia working in sweatshops to produce Nike Apparel and then sold here and then be a product and praise as for being so pro Muslim. Why are we allowing brands and the whole entire fashion industry to simplify and reduce our identities into just a hit job? Hit Job is not synonymous as being Muslim but we allow fashion right now to reduce simplify and completely annihilate the movements Minson identities in which we've been working on for decades actually call this revolution washing greenwashing which I think most of us are familiar with. But it's at the revolution every brand. Dan Wants to be sexy. And part of the Revolution Right now. But what are you actually doing. Are you actually simplifying. And reducing and taking away the significance of what it means to be Muslim. The complex experiences of what it feels like to wear every single day and that the government simultaneously is gonNA use that against me or use that to invade on a son and and so. I'm really excited. Really excited to also be able to be the sheet and Sheva on this panel to understand that the world is fucking complicated like there's a lot She does happening every day everywhere but rather than just being afraid of taking a step back and be like okay. We're GONNA make the simple like I don't want to be controversial. We have to engage with at that. Fashion should not be in the business of simplifying things but embracing the complexity and really being able to grapple and imagine a better world and then actively work work toward building that

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Colorado white supremacist charged with plotting to detonate explosives at synagogue

WBZ Midday News

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Colorado white supremacist charged with plotting to detonate explosives at synagogue

"FBI officials say they have arrested a suspected white supremacist who was allegedly planning to bomb the synagogue in Colorado Richard Holzer is been charged with attempting to obstruct religious exercise by force using explosives and fire A. B. C.'s Clayton Sandell report of actually hold Sir gets together with three undercover FBI agents and they go out and they scope out this synagogue because hold Sir they say expresses interest in attacking it first he says he wants to do it with Molotov cocktails they go to the building scope it out and allegedly holder says that the Molotov cocktails probably are going to do that much he he wants to do more than just trying to burn the place down hold Sir then decided on dynamite and pipe bombs to attack the synagogue he was arrested once the F. B. I. handed over fake dynamite to him on

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China, an Eye on Elections, Suspends Some Travel Permits to Taiwan

World News Analysis

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

China, an Eye on Elections, Suspends Some Travel Permits to Taiwan

"China's government has suspended issuing individual travel permits to Taiwan citing the current state of cross-strait relations the move on on Wednesday Holzer program that allowed Chinese citizens in forty seven men that studies suggest Beijing Shanghai and Chaman to apply for permits to visit Taiwan on their own instead of in a group tour

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"holzer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"holzer" Discussed on WJR 760

"American, buy Ford by Tom Holzer Ford. President Trump is in the English south coast for the ceremony going on at Portsmouth, harbour near where allied forces set off the beaches in France and their bid the retake Europe during World War, Two d day, the seventy fifth anniversary of d day landings at Normandy is tomorrow. This event is a precursor to the main anniversary events, which will take place at the American cemetery in Normandy, on Thursday, ten thousand American troops were among the troops, that were landing at Normandy, ten thousand allied troops died that day six thousand were Americans. There were total of one hundred sixty thousand allied troops. Most of them Americans who made the landings on the beaches. Correspondent Phil black says more than three hundred World War. Two veterans will attend the ceremony in Portsmouth. Event here in poets myth mocking. The seventy fifth anniversary of the day, Lenny's hugely significant military operation from we'll see which went so fats playing a key role. In the eventual outcome of that, wall, you'd have leaders from fifteen countries in addition to the Royal family, and the British Prime minister Republican senators are going against President Trump's threatened tariffs against Mexico. They had a private lunch with the White House people. Correspondent Lauren Faulk says it could come down to a tough decision for GOP Senator democratic controlled house is likely to shut down any new national emergency declaration from President Trump to justify the tariffs, so Republican senators will have to choose between voting against Trump or voting for tariffs. They can't support five days before a Maryland. Couple was found dead in a hotel room in the Dominican Republic, Pennsylvania woman collapsed and died at that same resort supposedly, for the same reasons correspondent, Martin savage, says the State Department has. Been notified of the similarities between the deaths of Miranda and Dan Werner. And that of Cynthia day, an Edward home now an autopsy is conducted on homes day, and it was determined by the national police that they had both died of respiratory failure, and pulmonary Edina, that's essentially water building up on the lungs. The mystery is how did they get that condition? A police standoff in Ferndale came to an end officers entered on apartment on Worthington to find the suspect gunman dead. The barricaded gunmen situation going on overnight with that man who fired several shots at somebody else inside that apartment building late Tuesday afternoon, a Brighton woman who killed your five year old daughter, and then shot herself to death was mentally disturbed afraid to lose her child in a custody battle and abused. The girl before thirties were alerted at that time in two thousand seventeen records indicate that Melissa party was accused of burning the girl with a hairdryer and beating her at that time. The woman. Denied the allegations in court, the father called police several days ago when a custody exchange was not done. And that's when police found the two bodies Monday in Brighton. Governor Whitmer has signed Senate bills that make it illegal to sell e cigarettes and other nontraditional smoking products to minors. Detroit. Police say it was a gun deal, gone bad that has a fifteen year old facing murder charges demar Parnell charged with first degree murder in the fatal shooting of a twenty year old man in an April on Detroit's west side. The Trump administration has taken away a popular method used by Americans to see Cuba as tourists. Here's the story starting today Americans will no longer be able to visit Cuba on organized group people to people exchanges. However, those who already booked, a flight a hotel, or made another travel related transaction will be grandfathered in, according to the treasury department and still be allowed to travel, perhaps, the most impactful change is a total ban on cruise ships bringing. Passengers from the US to Cuba, the exemptions, that were in place before the Obama administration loosen travel restrictions are still there though, such as travel for religious activity, cultural exchanges research, and journalism. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. A former Florida sheriff's deputy Scott Peterson who stayed outside during the deadly school shooting and partly in Florida last year is charged for his response or non-response in the attack. Here's correspondent Mary Moloney. More than fifteen months after the shooting Peterson was arrested by the deputies from the department he used to serve. He faces eleven counts including felony child neglect negligence and perjury. His attorney vows to fight the charges which he calls politically motivated retribution. If convicted Peterson faces more than ninety six years in prison. A US court of appeals in Oregon has heard arguments from twenty one young people minors, who've sued the US government over climate change. Global warming, WJR news time seven four kits. Time to hit north with Wallstrom marine..

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Are Christians being persecuted 'at near genocide levels'?

Rush Limbaugh

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Are Christians being persecuted 'at near genocide levels'?

"H a review of religious persecution finds Christians in some parts of the world are being killed in genocidal levels. But Houston Baptist university. Professor. Doctor, shannon. Holzer says persecution isn't just murder echoes from the outright chilling own way, down to just public ridicule. Not being able to get a job the shunning of one by

"holzer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:19 min | 3 years ago

"holzer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Club with the head coach of the bucks might boot and older. Hello, everyone on Gail clump. And this is courtside with the Milwaukee Bucks thing is over. Interest sixty wins for the bucks that was Davis. The radio play by play voice. So the bucks putting an exclamation point on a remarkable year with one game to go in the regular season. The bugs of cheat. What many could've only dreamed of sixty wins on the curtain falls on the regular season later this week. The bucks will be the only team in the NBA direct up sixty wins. That means home-court advantage throughout the playoffs. It's all been powered by the best defense in the league. And of course, this onto the Toco legitimate MVP candidate who continues to amaze you can tell that roster to the mix players who have helped the team overcome a rash late-season injuries. Then there's the icing on the cake, the selloff crowds and full throat. If the sparkling new Pfizer forum, of course, the biggest test lies ahead the NBA playoff battles begin this weekend. And to take stock of at all we're joined as usual by the head coach. The Milwaukee Bucks. Mike Bhuttan Holzer. Coach welcome back and congratulations on a great run. So far. Thanksgiving great to be back in a great season. And look forward to talking about it one last time here on show. Amen. Coach would the win on Sunday you joined an elite club, you probably know. But you're only the seventh coach in NBA history to win sixty games with multiple teams. It's gotta be pretty gratifying coach. Definitely I feel very very, you know, have been able to. Probably opportunity coach this team, and you know, the the work and yet for the focus to deliver sixty-one store fans to organization certainly feel very very fortunate and excited about what we've done this share, and you know, excited about the playoffs. But you're just around the corner. I know you're is coach on a bigger prize. But did you take a few minutes? Just step back and savor the milestone. Yeah. A little bit. I think I guess maybe that's sometimes the beauty of doing something. A second time. You realize that you know, it is it is pretty special unique team unique grew thinking they can get Vicki wins indices, then. Visit with friends throughout the league players coaches front office and realize there's some people that have had the good fortune to be around one sixty asset to do it. A second time my staff, the players all organization, take take take moment and enjoy it. And kinda just take a second. Be proud of what the what everybody accomplice to share. Does that moment involve at least one glass of wine coach. Well, yeah. No. There's definitely a wireless safe a little better after win and probably after after sixty was it was even sweeter. So a nice glass of wine is always good. I can imagine. We'll coach and like to take you back for a moment to may of last year before you were officially announced as the new head coach of the bucks, you had breakfast with the honest some Chris Middleton, and if you can recall what were your thoughts as you were leaving breakfast. Well, I was just so impressed by both Chris John notice it, and you know, have a breakfast with and just learn about each other's. You know, there's obviously talked a lot about basketball. But just about, you know, each other's lives of things that we got to where we were. And then, you know, the division for you know, how we thought we could you know, maybe how we would play and how we could do affect together. It was a great breakfast. You know, just the guest will never forget them. Certainly is is you know, been the precursor to you know, great year together. I can remember coach an actually a very funny comment from you on us. He talked about enjoying meeting you, and he said in the food was really good too. Yeah. I I guess that. That's fine. I might buy said we will always eat well that I don't know about the coaching. Yeah. You guys we'll have to we'll have to figure that out. But we'll probably always have breakfast lunch or dinner kind of something that I've made it very important. So that the players player what is the best way to somebody their stomach, and you know, it works at a lot of different ways. Over the course of the season coach, we we've talked a lot about your basic principles by building winning habits about getting better every day. How about remind our listeners about the principles that you've laid out for the team this year. Yeah. I mean, I think you know, it's it's great for us. I think if this day it's gonna be in basically, the air to say, they were have the, you know, the best defensive or defensive efficiency, we rank number one in the NBA. You know, I think that you know, when we talk about building habits a lot of times, I'm you know, talking about both sides of the ball. But defensively, you know, our habits there. You know, we great in transition. It always starts the transition defense, and there's rules and things were following, you know, throughout the course of a possession or we showing her hands, and I've found laying and then finishing possession. But, you know, everybody participating everybody rebound in the defensive habits that we feel to think, you know, really stood out to me. And then I'll absolutely playing unselfishly blink faster playing with a lot more space playing with, you know, more threes in all those things just on the kind of chance. By to, you know, sustain it's been, you know, really affected coaching looking by a big part of the story. This year is also the depth of the roster and the moves that you John horse made at the trade deadline. Yeah. John horses there all the credit. You know, I just did my office and wait for him to tell me what he's doing who else. These adding to the same Johnson phenomenal. The everybody talks about Yoenis being MVP. It's been like, John, you know, Jim or executive of the year. It's just phenomenal hobbies continued to add and stuff lament the team and in a position at for a great year this year, but this would be great going forward. Just you know, really really special to have apartment, John and work with him. You know, Giorgio and miratec that, you know, the ones that really stand out. But you know, there's lots of moves throughout the summer that have been really important to build in the same. And also with those recent moves you've had a tremendous playoff experience to the locker room coach. Yeah. No. We we feel like, you know, with adding Casale George. No. Obviously POWs experienced is, you know, winning it a couple of times with with Lakers and playing in the finals and just a lot of a lot of you know, why you know, experiences that he can share with our team and George playing in the finals with Cleveland Plain up some really good San Antonio teams in Indiana themes, you know, so there's certainly, you know, a lot of experience that we feel like we've had it here lately, we'll have more from coach butter in a moment. This is courtside with the Milwaukee Bucks on WTMJ. The deeper the hole the more damage you're going to cause especially if you're driving around with low tire pressure. We're talking about potholes. And if you're not careful, we'll spring up out of nowhere and bite you right in the keystone broken ball. Joints, broken control arms blown struts damaged wheel. You name. It we fixed it that. 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"holzer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"holzer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"holzer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"holzer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"It's time to go courtside walkie bucks. Here's Gail Zappa. We're the head coach of the box Holzer door everyone. I'm Dale oh this courtside with the Milwaukee Bucks. After a solid win and motel last night. The team has arrived in Toronto and game. Prep is underway for a heavyweight battle north of the border deep into the season. Now, just a few games away from the all star break, the bucks and the Toronto Raptors are the two most dominant teams in the Eastern Conference. Both teams look to be playoff bound. And as we shiver here in the cold. There should be plenty of heat on the hardwood at Scotiabank arena tomorrow night. So pull up a chair spend some time as we take stock of it all with bucks head coach boot noser coach picked a great time for a road trip. We got a blast aside Berea here. And I actually think it's colder here than in Toronto. Yeah. That's that's the word. I'm hearing back from from family and friends in Milwaukee. Yeah. I think if I think it's above zero. So that puts his late scorching hot compared to Milwaukee in scorching hot compared to almost anywhere else in Wisconsin tonight. Coach before we dive into the challenge ahead in Toronto. It'd be great to chat a little bit about the game last night in Detroit. Somewhere along the way I've heard it said that over the course of a long season. There will be nights when a team is only as good as its bench. And that certainly seemed to be the case last night coach. Yeah. I know we got a great lift on my bench. Obviously, Pat Connie to somebody that, you know. Got it got an opportunity and into the rotation with Malcolm Brogdon, sterling Brown, both able not able to play and. You know, he was phenomenal. And George L was you know, really aggressive and gave us a good boost. DJ had a big stretch there. When a game got paid. I think it was a second or third quarter and scored late, you know, seven or nine point straight. You know, your son does so many little things. So you know, certainly was a big night for the bench. And you know, they they've been really good for us. A lot of nights the show coach, obviously, Pat Coniston was a big spark in the past month or so he's played pretty sparingly curious as a coaching staff. How do you keep a player? Like, Pat ready to contribute at such a high level literally in a moment's notice. We do we take a lot of pride in our player development program and the individual time, but every player gets, you know, from from the top of author the starters all the way down through. And even sixteen and seventeen with two guys in Oshkosh coaches, do a phenomenal job of working with them before practice or after practice a lot of individual work a lot of film work. We find ways to be creative with Creighton five on five, and you know of organized pickup all organized scrimmages. We got coaches are not are still good enough to get him to five five environment with our players make competitive, and you know, have them hopefully, ready to play whenever they got an opportunity. Well early in the game. I Middleton brook. Lopez were big for us an elected chat just a little bit about Brooke. He seemed to be just all over the place in the early going last night. And I'm wondering over the past few games. Have you seen his defensive intensity? Pick up even more. You know, we've been we've been talking for a long time about how great book is defensively for. So I I you know, I wouldn't want to say it hasn't picked up. But you know, I feel like it's been there all year he's been phenomenal. This. A good play. I think he's moving really well defensively know covering more ground. I like the way moving a little bit more on doing more things and being more active. I think I think is bodies in a good place. And and I think this is overall game. I I could say it just feels like he's moving more moving better. That's just making them even more more efficient on both them and helping us on both ends even more and Chris Middleton early coach. He really seemed to give us a lift. No. You know, we went to them a lot earlier. I thought he really kinda established us in a good place. And you know, the book had a couple of connection. So, you know, I think it was a good night for I think defensively we've been talking about getting. I think he he's really just been. That's a steadying force for us when we need a bucket, or you know, we need to start a game while last night. You're going to become a lot against Detroit and sometimes finishing games down the stretch. Phenomenal for us. All yeah. Zoom you're lobbying for Chris for the all star team. Yeah. No. You know, I think valley deserving of individual performance the way he's played very special. And you know, when you pull that up with a team, you know, had a ton of team success in winning hopeful that the coaches, Chris and he's played and how the team is to be a top five team in both defense and offense contributions to that is. It's hard to put into words know, the coach. Great job. So, you know, I think they'll see Chris. I'm hopeful they'll be rewarded with his first all star game. And as we look ahead, obviously. No, Malcolm Brogdon, no sterling Brown last night. Can you tell us about their condition going into tomorrow night? Coach. We'll hope for both of them are fairly, you know, minor of short term. And Malcolm and sterling will be available to play tomorrow and on the back in the rotation. We'll just see how this day between games. How it goes how the rehab and time and effort. If they put on with the medical staff, and how they wake up and how feeling tomorrow through shoot island, and maybe even leading all the way up in the game fan. But I think it's very short time and. More from coach Ma in just a moment. This is courtside.

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"holzer" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"holzer" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"He's five five and a half, the one kept his playing fleet woods one on the course several times. But I was looking at some price plays. I think caravel at twenty five to one I think this guy has really taken his game to the next level current form. Matt Wallis had three wins last year. He's thirty two one. I'd be taking a peek at a guy like him, and I'll be barred rods at fifty to one the one that this this Niki play the sneaky play. Now, the travel could be an issue, but the sneaky play could be here in Poulter at sixty to one he played in Coppell, and then he played in the white. So this guy in in terms of I don't know if you do, you know, things like this. But in his form cycle, this is three weeks in a row Coulter playing and I think it's sixty. To one a lot of these guys are coming off the shelves and Holzer's been playing golf. I sixty two one's pretty juicy price for a guy that you know, is clearly a different golfer again and didn't play great the last two weeks. But he's got a couple of tournaments that are belt and this could be the week. Something I think I wanna do it you next week as I was listening to talk about this. You know, we obviously don't have any NFL games to talk about for next week. And you know, because we'll have the week between the civil and the conference championships well touch on the Super Bowl line. But I think you know, we're kind of talking about golf you're a little bit and maybe some different markets. How about we talk a little bit a road to Kentucky Derby next week. What do you think about that? Oh, you're you're speaking my language. No. I mean in in the beauty of that. I and mail be here soon enough. But it's it's a completely different animal in American Farrell finally kicked that door down. We're unraced two year old one in the last decade. You know, the Kentucky Derby winner could become into Tampa Bay or Oaklawn or my God. They even had the one come out of New Mexico. Right. So it's a different animal and the derby runner may not even run a racial. You don't have. So it Derby's users. Yeah. I mean, that's the beauty of that. And then if you if you can get a couple of the starting gate believe me, that's an exciting two minutes for you. If you've got something at one hundred to one breaking at the gate at fifteen one. Well, let's touch on that next week then because like I said no NFL next weekend. And then the NHL in the all star break anyway. So we'll do that. We'll do something different here on banged the book radio, but Brian blessing host on sports radio and Vegas hockey hotline. How can people check out those two shows prime? Adams, HP dot com of shows are archived sportsbook radio dot com..

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"holzer" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"holzer" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Oh my goodness. In fact, they'll strike to from the record because you know, what what's the different every ten that's easy to keep. Roman numeral county. Who can keep track? I don't need a clicker. I see the bottles of wine. No, it's four bottles of wine right for. Yeah. Four bottles of wine is probably sixteen glasses. That's a lot. That's a lot. Yeah. For lunch. I would think that those were my laptops, do this. I up in right right restaurant. Okay. I been to restaurant before and they can really small glasses of wine, and you're like my paying so much for this one of blah, blah, blah. Point made. But still. You know, the truth. You could tell when kids relying you can tell them at the Holzer lying their kids that are physically able to work you could tell them these people are lying to you. And we're doing a story on Sean young making up that she still computers because. It doesn't make sense because film company told her she could break into a building. And take them. You know, when somebody's talking you and telling you half the story, and you're like, yeah. Well, you know, a lot of times it's like, oh, I I was set up. And then that's why it's confusing. Of course, it's confusing. It was confusing to me. That's how I knew. I was set up. What's interesting is people don't think that we know when they're lying, and we don't think that people know when we're lying, but when you watch a movie, you don't need music in the background see that that character is lying. He's being portrayed as an actor. They tell you. Okay. Now, you have to act like you're lying who look like, we don't know. It's never, blah, blah, blah. No, those that those. Beth is saying that's another t-shirt. Another k t t shirt, nothing is ever, blah, blah, blah. Okay. Sixteen glasses. Well, if you're in Italy. Insisted. All right here. We are from episode twenty nine seventy Kentucky by choice..

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What are the potential health benefits of gene editing?

FT News

13:46 min | 3 years ago

What are the potential health benefits of gene editing?

"Last year. A Chinese scientists shocked the world by disclosing hit created the world's first gene, edited babies, and John Ahuja talks to Robin level badge a developmental biologist geneticist about the controversy and about the potential for easy to use gene editing, tools such as crisper Cas nine to revolutionize diagnostics, drug discovery and the treatment of disease. Everybody has become very familiar with the story of the gene edited babies that came out from China last year. So these were apparently, the world's first genetic babies created it really triggered a scandal. Do we know what's happened to the scientist and author the twin baby girls that have been born? We know nothing new particularly drunk you. Hey, all vote voters JK is currently in Shenzhen where here's university is. I think he's in a an apartment owned by the university and the stories in the Chinese press that the gods. What we don't know who those gods are whether the university outs police, whoever they are. We don't know whether he's under house arrest or whether he's free to move around. He actually emailed me and said, he's all. Fine. So the impression is I think he's trying to give me that he's not under arrest. So the goals may be that to protect him because I know he was receiving threats during the become fronts that we had last hole. I can say he's fine. About the welfare of the twin girls. Lulu a Nana be concern. We know nothing about that. Jake himself was very keen to stress that that privacy should be maintained that they should be protected and density, not known on. We'll this likewise their parents. There is an investigation being launched in China by the ministries of sciences on administrative health. They presumably will want to find out whether what he's claimed to have done is actually the case. And so they would need to take DNA samples from the two babies, and the parents, but I hope they do it in a sensitive way. These are just two little babies. They should be cheated just as that and not subject to anything bad at all. They have novel mutations in this, gene L five, which is known in some cases to confer protection, it mutations in that gene can confer protection against HIV. And that was the rationale behind the work. But Jake I did was to try and make these children immune if you like to HIV because having trophy in China of even being a member of a family where one of the family members house HIV as in this case, it's cheap very badly. Families the stigmatized the children wouldn't be allowed to play with other children simply because of that for example. So that also sized about another reason why the density needs to be protected because of that situation too. But we hope is that they will teach it to normal little girls. And that's it. They have mutations in the gene that novel mutations because of the way he did the dean of editing quite poorly. We have no idea what those mutations will do but all of us have mutations. Every new generation that forty two eighteen you mutations in genome. So just treat them like normal children. Keep a watching eye on them. See what happens say watch this space on the genus babies story. But of course, may scientists involved in genome editing, as you prefer to call it on not involved in trying to change the course of human evily Shen by creating these genetic mutations or changes that will then be passed on down the family line, as I understand it the real excitement for genome editing is in the lab working with adult patients, perhaps with single gene disorders also excitement with drug discovery and so on so let's talk about that. Because I know that you were involved as developmental biologist in the aren- decide of things does your work focused on the creek. We have a number protecting many projects, but let me decide about one of them jeans have to pulse to them. They have the part that encodes the protein is going to do its job for it. But it also has a part but controls when and where that gene is active so normal genes, right? Even all cells over time, they all cell type specific, and they can be. Stage of development specific they can be on the active of particular time in the embryo or any adult we've been using the genome editing methods to try and understand bisect light. This regulatory region for some jeans and one in particular, cold sulks nine so soaks nine is gene that has many roles in developing embryo, but one we'd been working on for a long time as its role in sex determination. So whether you become male-female soaks nine is really critical to give rise to the development of testes particular cell type was critical for making tested so mutations in soak nine can lead to sex reversal to give ex wife female development instead of male development. But it's a really complex gene is active in many different cells. And it turns out that it has an enormous regulatory region, which is really complex and we wanted to try and dissect that say you have specific sequences you can refer to enhance or sequences where other proteins transcription factors in Toronto. With those. To tell the gene to be active or silent. And so we had fun using variety of methods number of candidate regimes run home of for soaks nine in the process of making testes we had about thirty two different candidates. We started with and we use number methods to try and reduce that number down. We came down to four but looked like they were very promising, and we use genome editing methods to inactivate each of those in enhances and turn to basically delete each of those regions of DNA intern unfound one of them, which is located very long distance away from the protein, coding Potter, gene itself. Some six hundred fifty thousand base pairs away which is big distance. When we did he should that particular in Holzer it inactivates, the, gene. So we got X Y females. So even though you have this really complex regulatory region. Spread over many millions of base pairs and stuffed full of different regulatory regions. Turns out, but just one was essential for expression in the developing gonads said that they can rise to test. What's the next female? They are crumbs Emily mail voicemails scream saying about they've developed as a female in this case in the embryos. They are indistinguishable from normal females stabbed genotype female genitally. This is women. They have the mice. Not women they develop his females in humans, of course. Yes. You would also have cases where you have extra female development. So they look female, but chromosome Yuda male. They will be infertile because the germs house of the eggs in the next female that do very well, they get lost early on. So they will be infertile. But otherwise, they look and generally behave and all female month thing, I should ask you to do been is to explain very briefly. What's crispy cast Moines editing, as can you tell us how the crisper cast nine genome editing system works, very briefly, please, okay. It relies on making breaks in the DNA usually a double strand break in the day, and to do that you have an enzyme called cows nine, but you have to have a way of getting not enzyme to the right place in the genome. And that's the guide are a component. So the RA you design it part of the irony is designed to be complementary. So to match up with the DNA sequence that you want to cut the other part of the RA guide are on a has a sequence of interacts with the cows nine enzyme protein. So when you have both together, and you crisper is not linking crisper yours. Crisper is a shorthand term for the guide our nights for the irony. The name crisper comes from origin. Bacteria is not really relevant to. Use to the guy Rene takes the Cas nine enzyme to the right part of the genome. The enzyme an cups, the DNA and processes that occur in also to repair broken deny then jump in and try and repair it now in the simplest form of technology. You just making a break in the DNA actually, Germany making a mutation in a gene, you have a process called known homogeneous end joining horrible term, but it basically just tries to stick the broken ends DNA bound together again, but often you have a little mistake made and that can be sufficient to an activator, gene. This is incredibly useful in the lab for studying gene functions say rapid and easy. Now, if you want to make them more precise alteration in the genome sequence DNA sequence on that can be anything from a single letter up too, many many thousands of letters of code then you have to use a different DNA repair mechanism cold Hamasi directed repair. This requires a third. Component to be introduced to the time time, which we confined to his DNA template. So this has to pulse. Each end. You have a bit of DNA, but complementaries of that's the same as the gene in which you want to talk it. And then in the middle. You have a sequence that you want to replace the one that's in our ready with and if you have those three components together. Now, the cows names aren't the guide our day on the DNA template the direction repair mechanism will not work, and it will substitute. What was in old template into the gene it is quite an incredible technology in it? There's a third method which I wanted to tell you about which is really exciting, which is cold base editing. Now, this allows you to change one base pair one letter if you like in the code, but it works without making a double strand, cutting the DNA, it changes chemically if you like one letter to another then it's partner also then has to change. Change. Otherwise, you have a little loop in the DNA, and that relies on a different type of DNA repair maximum to do a little bit. But given that about half of single, gene disorders or calls. In fact, by single base pair changes mutations in the DNA, this new methods looks really promising because it doesn't come with the baggage that some of the other methods have of creating unwanted mutations. So you get just what you want. So it could well be about safer method at least when you're dealing with single based mutation. Tell me how genome editing is being used in the lab, and perhaps with patients, it's really exploded. In basic research. The use of genome entertain particular the crisp cows nine methodology, it's very easy to use. That's one reason relatively inexpensive to use. But it's just so powerful and it's a rapid. So we've had ways of altering genes in cells in coach. Uh-huh. Or in model animals that we use for research like mice methods to alter genes in many years for decades, but they will always very inefficient very slow to make a mouse carrying specific mutation in a particular, gene, it really used to take well over a year to do that we cannot do it in the motto of a couple of months. So it rapidly speeds up the way that we can do research to study the role of specific genes or pulse of genes during development in my case or for physiology over brain function, or in cancer, it's really speeded up things enormously and made it cheaper in terms of things like the possibility of using genome editing to treat patients who already have a genetic disease or council something like this again, that's really looking incredibly exciting. We've had some somebody, gene therapy. Also for decades, just explain what semitic therapies somatic cells are. Basically any sewn in the body apart from the jumps health germ cells being themselves who are going to give rise to sperm or eggs that would allow any genetic changed repulsed on to subsequent generations. So a typical somebody will be a skin owl muscle tell or bone cell brain zone. So there are whole ranger Nettie disease is that can compromise. The ability of particular cells to function or the politics function things that the blood'll sickle cell disease will be catalyse Mia, you have disease like cystic fibrosis or muscular dystrophy affect lungs muscles opticians, in many cases, these G two single mutations Chinga, gene. It's affected by small mutation affecting that, gene. So the genome editing methods can be used to correct, gene defects, or in some cases, find ways around of getting another gene to become active to replace the gene that's not working. There are now probably around twenty or so clinical trials that had been launched. Using the female amenity methods to try and treat individuals who have think disease of this soaks. I'm single, gene defects.

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Rockets, Kevin Durant and Hawks discussed on After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

00:55 sec | 4 years ago

Rockets, Kevin Durant and Hawks discussed on After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

"Rockets beat the warriors won twenty seven one zero five getting to the western conference finals the series tied at a game apiece for the rockets james harden eric gordon each scored twenty seven points and kevin durant led the warriors with thirty eight he spn is reporting that former hawks head coach mike boone holzer reached a four year agreement to become the bucks new head coach james harden lebron james and anthony davis all finalists for the nba mvp award now to the stanley cup playoffs golden knights in jet split the first two games the western conference final in winnipeg and now vegas was home sweet home here's how milwaukee right out in front dan do von golden knights radio golden knights.

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Atlanta Hawks hire Philadelphia 76ers assistant Lloyd Pierce as had coach

Tolbert and Lund

01:38 min | 4 years ago

Atlanta Hawks hire Philadelphia 76ers assistant Lloyd Pierce as had coach

"Espn radio sportscenter on a day where the toronto raptors parted ways with head coached wing casey after seven seasons and the hornets introduced james for as their new head coaching lana hawks have agreed in principle with lloyd tears to become the team's next head coach here's comes from the philadelphia seventy sixers where he was an assistant under bret brown atlanta parted ways with mike wooten jose back in april according to espn's adam show adrian wargin hausky putin holzer is expected to draw interest from toronto capitals enlightening drop the puck for game one of the stanley cup eastern conference final in thirty minutes espn nhl analyst barry melrose on what he likes with the lightning they will be the favorite because of what they've done so far they'd be two very good teams but also the way they're built the people were wondering if they're tough enough but they've come out and they battled boston really out hit boston physical the most of the series soft tat is put the rest they're as tough as anybody in the nhl goal tending been very solid very very few softball giving up vassilev ski their defense is rock solid led by headmen led by mcdonagh guys that have been there before and they've got a ton of guys can put the puck the net capitals have won five road games during the playoffs over the first two rounds second round of the players championship webb simpson shot a sixty three he's a leader at fifteen under a five shot lead simpson ties the thirty six hole tournament record set by jason day two years ago tiger woods in jordan speak both make the cut out one under cubs at wrigley today beat up on the webs our white sox with eleven to win wilton contrary.

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Ichiro Suzuki joins Seattle Mariners front office for rest of 2018 season

01:43 min | 4 years ago

Ichiro Suzuki joins Seattle Mariners front office for rest of 2018 season

"Breath magic johnson bank sports desk good afternoon greg john the milwaukee bucks are expected to cast a rather wide net in search for a head coach nba insider adrian rousey reporting several former head coaches will be considered among the crew steve clifford mike gouden holzer monty williams and david blance now you might have heard my three fifteen report when i had david fishtails name in that mix as well cross them off the list fidel has agreed to become the next head coach of the new york knicks that was fast chance for head coach joe plenty many believed that he will be involved in the process but it's not expected he will return brewers have the day off after we've been the reds in cincinnati behind wade miley stellar debut brewers find themselves in first place in the nfl central because of guys like miley and others founded by gm david stearns wade re look at the entirety of his career contributions what yet don we recognize that last year was really a little bit of an outlier year in terms of his control and his ability to throw strikes we have confidence that if he came into camp through strikes a chance to make our team exactly what he did around the league angel star albert pool halls to hits away from three thousand for his hall of fame career angels taking on the orioles later tonight and forty four year old ichiro suzuki transitioning out of a plane role into the seattle mariners front office he's not yet retiring john so i don't know what this all means but i guess he could return to the field next year when he's forty five now the mariners are supposed to open up next season in japan so maybe that's why he's not really retiring but taking this year off maybe he opens the season with the mariners next i have no idea but nonetheless each euro moving off the diamond at least for now a lot.

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2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs

First Light

01:28 min | 4 years ago

2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs

"The nba the hawks and mike boot and holzer partways after five years atlanta the playoffs his first four seasons they're reaching the eastern conference the final three years ago and boot and holzer was named the nba's coach of the year in the nhl last night final game of the first round a game seven in boston the bruins came from behind to beat the maple leafs seven four boston led three two after period one but toronto scored twice early in the second for a four three lead the third period all boston four goals torey krug tied at seventy seconds in jake debrusk put the bees ahead four minutes later with his second goal of the night david posture knock made it a twogoal game midway through the period and brad marchand clinched it with an empty netter they'll face the lightning in the conference semifinals that will begin at tampa bay on saturday tonight the second round begins with a game in each conference in the east the capitals and penguins face off in dc pittsburgh the two time defending stanley cup champions these two have met ten times in the playoffs before pittsburgh's one nine that's a trend in the west spotlight on las vegas is the expansion golden knights take on the sharks they won three of the four meetings between the two in the regular season both teams swept their opponents in the first round of the playoffs so they've been sitting around for about a week friday night the other western semifinal gets underway predators hosting the jets in nashville baseball indians crush the cubs four to one rangers over the as four to red sox got by the blue jays four three mariners the past the white sox four three brave shaded the reds five to four the phillies cut down the diamondbacks five three astros actually angels five to two justin verlander sharper seven in hd jose altuve and jake handled the yard work rocky stop the padres five to brewers barreled over the royal six to yonki strict the twins.

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Steve Lennox, New Orleans and Nikola Miratec discussed on SportsCenter AM

SportsCenter AM

01:52 min | 4 years ago

Steve Lennox, New Orleans and Nikola Miratec discussed on SportsCenter AM

"Sportscenter good morning i'm steve lennox in new orleans thursday night pelicans went in front eighteen sixteen in the first quarter on a layup by nikola miratec they never trailed again pelicans beat the trailblazers one nineteen one oh pelicans now up breathing the none in the series no team has ever come back from a three games to none deficit niccolo miratec a playoff careerhigh thirty in the win in miami sixers how the miami heat to just fourteen points in the fourth quarter one one one eight two one away to take a two games to one lead in the series joel embiid went for twenty three in his first game of the series and bead miss his first five field goals but after that went five of six from the field sixers head coach brett round on embiid return to the lineup not only was he injured playing basketball now you gotta come back in on the road in play a playoff game with a mask and it's not like there's a clear visual line out of the mouse it has a protective lens in the as well and you know for him to come back under those terms in that situation and produced the results that he produced it helped lead us to a road playoff when i'm very very proud of him we'll meet for game four in miami on saturday wires in san antonio won by thirteen against his first up three games to none in the series according to espn's adri mortgage now ski hawks coach mike gouden holzer has withdrawn from consideration for the phoenix suns coaching search bryce harper and the nationals head to los angeles to face the dodgers tomorrow at eight thirty eastern next sunday at seven eastern on espn radio presented by barbara's all winters and went.

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Man Charged in Murder of Woman, 81, 'Multiple' Victims Suspected and Hundreds of Cases Are Under Review

24 Hour News

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Man Charged in Murder of Woman, 81, 'Multiple' Victims Suspected and Hundreds of Cases Are Under Review

"Ap radio news i'm tim mcguire police in the dallas area notice a similarity in the death of an eighty one year old woman in a senior apartment complex in dallas and attacks on others in other parts of the area plano police chief gregory russians has a ninety one year old woman who survived was attacked in the same manner during the plano offense the suspect forced his way into the apartment and told the victim go to bed and don't fight me she complied in the suspect could've pillow over her face causing her to lose consciousness and he then stole her jewelry after assaulting her police arrested a forty five year old man after he tossed jewelry from the dallas woman into a dumpster he's been charged with capital murder and two counts of attempted capital murder after investigators found other items from other women dallas police are now looking into the deaths of as many as seven hundred fifty elderly women who died alone in the area hundreds of thousands of protesters against guns expected tomorrow in washington at donahue tells us more many in the crowd are expected to be high school students last month's shooting at talia rump school marjory stoneman douglas in florida set off a movement see all these people who aren't from douglas you don't really know like experience be as empowered as we are helpless fight for this cause as much as we're trying to get this movement started it's really amazing young people are also focusing on voter registration with an eye on making gun control a core issue in congressional elections this fall stoneman douglas student jackson holzer says people have to take a stand we are tired of watching these things on the news over and over and over again and not doing anything about it at donahue washington jalen willie the sixteen year old girl who was shot earlier this week in her high school in maryland has died after being taken off life support a fourteen year old boy who was wounded is out of the hospital this is ap radio news a man who made his money off garbage videos in south florida sports franchises is dead wayne high zanga was a college dropout who leveraged one garbage truck into a business empire that included blockbuster entertainment three professional sports franchises and the nation's largest trash hauler waste management highs zanka died thursday at his home.

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