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"jacobin" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"June twenty seventh we're seventy five in the metro headed up to eighty seven unsettled weather for sure today Scott that's W. Joe Jacobin on the conservatives can talk in a Saturday morning news thank you for joining us coming up in just all about ten minutes time during Rodgers from Churchill Downs will join us to talk about a big racing day under the twin spires that is garnering national attention so we'll find out about that plus the state of horseracing in twenty twenty and what you can expect if you are traveling to the Kentucky Derby on September fifth and what Churchill Downs expects no doubt about it all the other big story we're waking up to by the way which one to update you on the I. two sixty four R. I. two sixty five north cried there was a car crash your vehicle rollover that's the area of Taylorsville road Susanne Horgan re tweeting from a W. okay why that apparently that is a failed at least one person was killed in that accident she tweeting out a picture of the accident scene does not look pretty by any means that may be closed for a while so if you're in that area please be advised to go around around maybe it didn't I mean traffic moving through it it's just you just want to avoid the area if you can this is the Taylorsville yeah this one in Taylor's I don't know no thank you Joe I'm glad you know that's where I think there will be good thank you thank you Claire trial this is Bardstown road and Bashford manor thank you Joe thank you very much that is a Suzanne is saying that the reporting that one person has been killed again that is Bardstown road and Bashford manor thank you Joe I knew I was going to do that at some point this morning I need another Cup of coffee I cut the grass last night in half of its in your sinuses and where it is and I thought the I thought the allergies were supposed to be low no but you're out mowing your kick and stuff up yeah read them and then and it was funny getting pine needles and places pine needles have no business being no that's just me sorry no I'm trying to kill some poison ivy is what I'm trying to do and I had some brush I cleared earlier this year before the poison ivy grew and I went in so what I do now is that we back in to get it either because I got a sprite and treaty allies and that now yeah so I went in there we'd acted a couple of a couple weeks ago and I have lawn mowing pants that I wear the have holes in them because they're old pair pants yeah and it got into my pants and suddenly I have poison ivy yes thanks to Cindy Solomon who years ago on the show told me to try stuff call technet which works wonders and I put that on and it helps yeah get rid of it and it got rid of it and so anyway I was at spring at last night I bought some stuff that specifically kills poison ivy so I'm hoping when I get home today it's going to be on its way to being dead I generally do not use very sh the really really strong herbicides because it's bad yes of the environment it's bright for you it's bad for the animals you may yes how but when it comes to poison ivy sometimes you have no choice because that stuff is nasty it is and I'm one step away from a flame thrower and it was it was very a brush that really my wife and I are at odds over because when I sit on my deck it's a nice area brush that really kind of insulates the sound it's natural brush which I enjoy and it's includes me from the neighborhood so I don't feel like I'm living in a neighborhood yes and but my wife wanted gone so then I had to get out and now I'm having to deal with containing it now because it keeps coming back so I got to kill it off Hey by the way other big news this morning I did want to let you know about if you are heading downtown more protests and counter protests are expected at Jefferson square park in response little metro police department is using bike racks to keep the groups separated Jefferson and liberty streets will be closed between fifth and seventh streets sixth street will also be blocked between market and liberty streets parking will not be allowed at meters surrounding the park so if you are heading down that way please be advised as far as any developments out of those protests this seemed to work relatively well when they had the occupy movement allowed folks to get down and voice their message in protest as they should excuse me while keeping everyone safe so everyone can go down and accomplish what it is they want to accomplish so kudos to the LMPD for hooking that up no doubt about it also I want to tell you a little bit and we had the lane closures on seventy one we talked about that Joe you mentioned that this morning the big source of debate in this country continues in and it's even bigger now because the floor in Arizona that is masks and I've gotten to the point now where I I I don't talk to anybody about mass anymore because as I told Tony yesterday on the show people are going to do what they want to do if you're going to put out a curfew and not enforce it people are going to go out after the curfew they're not going to not do something just because you told them not to do it and there's no enforcement behind it you might as well just not do it right but I wear a mask my family wears a mask I will continue to wear a mask I'm not going to have that conversation with somebody who is not wearing a mask I'm not going to preach to them about wearing masks that's either so there's too many people doing that now there's too many people preaching on both sides we're all big boys and girls here you got to do what you gotta do and if they're not going to enforce it they will have to wear a mask this plain and simple but there are ramifications for it and it's it's one of those things where if that's if that's something you want to do it you know it's like I told Tony because he was told it was frustrated off the air about it yesterday and he's like I can't believe these people are out there not wear mascara until you can't tell people that if they're not going to do it and they're not gonna do it meanwhile Brian Clark maybe seat to go he took a look recently because of what happened in Arizona and Florida about the mass situation a surging coronavirus case count is now pushing the governor of Texas to put some restrictions back into place bars ordered to close dining in restaurants scaled back large gatherings now need approval this again putting a spotlight.
Leading the Gates Foundation Fight Against Coronavirus
"We have a really exciting opportunity today to talk to someone. That's helping lead the charge against the crow virus. Mark Suzman is CEO of the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation who are putting a ton of resources behind looking for solutions right now and we're really grateful to have a few minutes of your time mark. Thank you for doing this. Great detroi- well. The Gates Foundation has a publication called the optimist which we think is exactly the kind of attitude that we need right now and we'll have time to talk about specifics of the virus in treatments soon but I in general terms at a high level. What's keeping optimistic right now? Well we do have publication called the optimistic with inter-regional you're listening to subscribe. It's a great publication that sort of sends out an US on a pretty regular basis actually comes from Bill and Melinda Gates who are like to call themselves impatient optimists we we decided not to call the publication. The impatient optimists and at times like this. It's sometimes challenging to to feel optimistic but on the real plus side one. We're seeing are really unprecedented progress in of the search for a vaccine that still going to be a wild but we're a pretty confident that they will be a successful vaccine you know unlike say with HIV where we struggle to find one up to more than thirty years. And it's going to be the foster. Sfaxien ever successfully developed in human history there already number of candidates in trials but we have a lot of scientists who look at that and feel pretty confidence and the challenge is going to be really about getting them through as quickly as possible getting them into distribution and manufacturing and trying to make sure that they are globally accessible. Because it's something the world's GonNa need so that probably the biggest one on the horizon. The second one is a cautious optimism. But it's also combined with a worry Which is so far. We haven't seen the kind of days in the developing world which we were very worried about probably off the levels we've seen in the US and Europe. We're working very hard and you. These places with very low and weak health resources to try and help with preparation still worries that there may be major outbreaks but again the steps that have been taken by these countries today despite their challenging circumstances have certainly a voted foul outcomes and that's being another bid relatively good news and I know that that global outlook is really important to the Gates Foundation. What are y'all doing to make sure that the work that you're doing is able to be used worldwide. Yes so that's something we do for like when we work extensively across the US obviously and we have carry lodge program. Which of being heavily disrupted and Writing educational opportunities for low income students and kids of Color in K twelve and post-second buck most by workers in global health and global development issues. And everything we do as informed by what he calls global access so we do a lot of research and development Some of that is in helpings like New Treatments. Or vaccines or things that are Diseases like malaria or tobacco. So I do think that disproportionately affect poor people and we have requirement whenever we make grunts that Any results Former global access. You know they need to be accessible and affordable globally and we support directly a number of organizations that help ensure that happens so the Global Fund to fight. Hiv Malaria Which was actually something where President Bush was the inaugural funded from the US and and was the counterpart to the pet. Far -Unding is a huge operation. That actually helps keep many millions of people on anti retrovirals but also that's bednets across the developing world to prevent Larrea to Berkey Laos's treatments. And what it does is it. Cools or sources including from the foundation many governments including the US which is the largest Funda. And then how? Purchase those at bulk because it is a crisis and then distribute them to the needy globally and we have the partnerships that do the same in areas like vaccines. So I know that scenario that we've worked together on before is in is in global health. We had Bill Melinda Gates recently at our form on leadership for them to talk about the work that they've done and Y'all done a lot of work with global epidemics previously like in global health. You've been very active. What did you learn from the worthy done previously? That's helping you today. So some of it is pretty simple stuff right. You need basic functional primary healthcare systems that that may sound and we're kind of used most people can excess at least minimal basic healthcare in the US effectively but You in very poor countries. That means often. There's barely a clinic with basic equipment or tools. But we need that. We make a lot of investments in trying to support those kind of experts if you have accessible primary care that's able to take early action than that helps prevent a whole lot of the health outcomes and then the car. Koga crisis where you're trying to Provide community engagement or involvement to help support challenges. Where you're often working in situations like crowded urban slums where it's very difficult to sort of isolate if you have symptoms we've seen countries like South Outta go for example which have extensive networks that have been set up to deal with HIV crisis actually being able to mobilize those network to help support Kobe or simply one of the talents we have. We are the largest. Funders globally the. Us is also very generous support of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative that unfortunately it had to be put on pause for why because we can't currently vaccinate children because it's the opposite of social distancing malaria polio vaccine. Excuse me drops that needs to be put in the mouth of a baby. That's held by their parents but we had big infrastructure that we've developed Without the partners over the years including Eunice and the World Health Organization Rotary that is very expert at surveillance and tracking and tracing Things which can now again be used in that Jacobin. So we've had a lot of those kinds of blessedness Which we wish. We didn't have to have them to help. But there certainly are helping with the current crisis
"jacobin" Discussed on WEEI
"Sports flax number Jacobin for the third straight year the NFL draft opened with a quarterback going number one and three went in the top six the Chargers took Justin Herbert at number six in the O. LA was happy to get the Oregon signal caller GM Tom Telesco told the Pat McAfee show on CBS sports radio they would've been happy with anyone of the three yeah we we we thought great about both guys I actually saw great of all three quarterbacks in one of the top six so all three are really really good players in this league and that it's a comforting factor to no help we don't think six very often we do I will be making very many pics this high and there's a crack potential down the road franchise for back there that you like to have to take them and we're lucky to have two quarterbacks there in this trap the really good players the second pick overall was an Ohio state pass rusher for the second straight year chase young went to the red skins and said he's hoping to provide the same impact in Washington technet post ahead in San Francisco a lot of people are low compared you know when he was the lead when he gets added to the delays at arms dealer or not is that it's how do you learn he came in and just added more you know more pressure and then asked us only thing I'm trying to do is come in be a sponsor displays are just like her the twenty twenty one draft will take place in Cleveland with the NFL announcing today it'll begin on April twenty ninth of next year the ravens have reportedly come to terms with DJ Fluker who was cut by Seattle well the chief several ease their longest tenured player fifteen year punter Dustin Colquitt the Orioles Trey Mancini will likely miss the twenty.
NFL Draft 2020: Packers blindsided Aaron Rodgers with Jordan Love pick
"Operate Jacobin the NFL draft came off without a hitch last night and was a welcome relief in rounds two and three you'll be tonight but this week's event as certainly re energize the football fan commissioner Roger Goodell was a guest on CBS this morning is hoping the NFL can start on time but the draft continues tonight last night's first round didn't have any surprises up top but they came later in the evening the Packers at the biggest eye opening move trading up to take Utah state quarterback Jordan love Green Bay is coming off a conference championship game appearance but instead of adding a weapon for Aaron Rodgers of which there were several possible wants to add they didn't step decide to draft his successor GM Brian Goodwin said it came down to finding the top player on their board Rogers was drafted late in the first round fifteen years ago and sat behind Brett Farr for three years perhaps the Packers will follow that same plan with love certainly needing seasoning after a down year with the Aggies the Bengals let off the draft by taking Heisman Trophy winner Joe borrow as expected all the number one pick in tonight's second round as well some of the other winners from last night's first round include the Miami Dolphins went three picks in the opening round and still got to a talk by lower thought was the tank for two up but that seemingly went out the window when they won five of their last nine games but they still got their guy at number five the Alabama quarterback is downplayed concerns over his injury saying he's fully recovered from hip surgery they also drafted some protection selecting offense of tackle Austin Jackson out of U. S. see the box also beefed up their offense of line moving up a spot to take some protection for Tom Brady and I was tackled Tristen worst tiki and Tierney will have complete coverage of tonight's festivities beginning
"jacobin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"For a Jacobin NFL draft day is finally arrived and given what this country's been going through it's a welcome relief even if just for a few hours the bangles will be first up and are expected to select Heisman Trophy winner Joe borrow for the second straight year in Ohio state pass rusher could go number two chase young is the odds on favorite to go to Washington all American told uber Angie on WFAN and CBS sports network you receive some advice from the guy who's in the spot a year ago Nick Bosa he said this morning you know you guys did great work today it was about to go down later on but yeah I definitely talk to Nick about a lot of things you know mainly off the field phone things yes what you know Koreans our own family you know the stuff that I didn't know what to do but I definitely make a lot about Alabama will be represented well again in the first round as many as six Crimson Tide players could be selected tonight one is the speedy Henry Ruggs that just shows that you know is is a is a place for a for a high caliber of talent you know we got to have it everywhere do you know everything in you know it's crazy because I was just talking about it yesterday with with Mack Wilson it was this and that that we could you know we could possibly have you know go for directed issue rugs was a guest on CBS sports H. Q. the NHL might be providing another boost the New York Post reports at least one team has told his players to convene on may fifteenth to begin workouts ahead of a training camp that won't last more than three weeks the league told the paper they haven't specified or articulated any target dates when Scully was hospitalized after a fall at his home the ninety two year old legendary announcer is resting comfortably in jokes will never do anymore head first sliding I'm a Jack of listen to CBS sports radio with the radio dot com app free and available in the Google play and iTunes app store.
"jacobin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"The bell radio all right so I'm looking at this news headline corona virus pandemic one million one million Californians projected to lose health care in the midst of this crisis I can't even fathom what it is the rest of the country as well so what do you do if you don't have health insurance what do you do if you lose your health insurance or have lost it right I mean I wouldn't even know where to begin thank goodness I know a guy who does his name is Tom Jacobin he's joining us live on the disk institute of Pittsburgh news line he's the owner of west Penn life and health Tom welcome to the conversation so glad to have you while Wendy thanks for having me yeah what an interesting time we live in and and there's certainly good reason for uncertainty thank you and by the way what a great job you're doing up a breath of fresh air to the tri state excellent kudos to you and at that really honored to be with you thanks so much so talk to me time you know so much about this it's it really is insurance is one of these rounds it's like accounting it's like either you're in or you're not and I'm not so are there options for people who are losing their health insurance at this time because I know there will be a lot of that you're in good shape right they've got coverage they're you know they're they're not in jeopardy of losing what they have through the exchanger another resource work unions whatever but you know what we want people to know what west Penn life and health is we're in the business we're all working remotely but fortunately because of technology right we can't you know we can do co browsing we can access files remotely with eighty resources and.
Most feel good about the economy but not the state of the country
"The president must be brought to heel the nation must be safe I guess the nation must be safe from the lowest unemployment from nineteen sixty nine and the addition of thirteen trillion dollars to the economy I guess we have to save America from that somebody who can help explain what is the logic of the political elites today is perhaps one of the greatest writers we have today a classicist in his own right senior fellow at the Hoover Institution you've seen him almost every night on television he is professor Victor Davis Hanson professor welcome to America first thank you grab the bastion I'm you've written a piece of the fabulous website American greatness called top get trump forever having read it it raised in me a very simple question I see the president's defense team doing sterling work this week we have fabulous America's scholars such as Alan Dershowitz we have former especial councils like Kenneth Starr who have given very solid lectures lectures I would've enjoyed in graduate school very professorial very fact based the history of impeachment and I thought to myself why is there anything that the president's defense team could say that would change the minds of those who wish to remove the duty elected president from the White House are only for the fact that there's four five senators are there is maybe thirty or forty house members who are you know they have been aware of political reality and are in need of states are congressional district don't wanna can put a cold from the congressional district I put my fault publican lost in a Democrat one Republican is one name is way ahead poll hello I I think that's the only thing it's not about actual crimes it's for a variety of one complex reasoning across town wait until November because I take very agreed upon probably blooms Alexian inn for about eight years of the progressive project pretty much junk for generations and they're just not just one tap on powerful so we go to all these **** drummer do not moment calls twenty nine month Michael Kohn Michael I'm not a tax returns impeachment you were just never yonder worn out because the outlook the alternative Sebastian I guess it's Bernie Sanders on the stone for the new green beer or revelations are apologize for young speech by a little more we don't have much our angle control of the catastrophic miscalculation the ball could be able to stay home and I love should clue without thank you hello they may get and then when I got to lose they're not they called while com there do what we did and how it's gonna be bipartisan and you go do whatever we want the United and they will come and get you look knowledge just giving a call out the kitchen sink speeches always been practical moves on on and I'll talk to quit cold cold creams and broadly our public schools the abuse of power right in Congress but that didn't go anywhere and then made a really crowd because your mistake and betting everything on Adam shell because the more you hear in the less you like it he appeared on the number you can't tell the truth and he's been caught so many cons non and I don't think they want I really don't think they want because I think they want to end on Friday and then say it's really a good we did get a chance to call witnesses but the downside I don't think Adam Schiff wants to go up there on the old and then have the whistle blower band on all give Mary versions of how this functionality because are not compatible with talking to press a Victor Davis Hanson of the Hoover Institution all for all of of the case for trump you need to read this book you you built your career as a historian historian of military history of of of the ancient civilizations of of the Greeks this is the bedrock of western civilization then let me ask you a very simple question that is my concern there is this theory of of social contract that there there are written and unwritten ways of doing business and and and western civilization is built upon them if one of the two parties in the system not a fringe party not the Libertarian Party not not Ross Perot but one of the two party says that we will impeach the president because we count we in the at the ballot box isn't that the shredding of the social contract or even the original call product on which the Republic was founded what what does this do on the long term for the United States professor Hanson well I think if you read our federal sixty five and sixty circle how we can serve them and other essays at the time about impeachment I thought it would be very where very hard to do that's one name that tune because you have to have it how old six separate crafter and they didn't think it looks to be the opposite they didn't envision that some of the opposition party trickle of the house would be a European Parliament terrible but not that's what it's become and there's a lot of Republicans we believe the appropriate approach doesn't want the Democrats so I imagine that the next time we have a democratic president and there are any legal gonna consider doing that because it's now going to be the most off the laundry vintage one as we know it doesn't exist anymore it's been transmog apart in the dictionary yeah but hi this is the way it is and remember we have no special counsel report no bipartisan support you have no public support need this approach currently W. peaks of the nineteenth century of course come president and will premiere Alexian it was just awesome we have in the basement we are not in the house Judiciary buttonholes intelligence committee to selectively things by Alan ship so we just it's just patently dishonest asymmetrical one and I think they're gonna pay a price for me home is on his way to a seventy nineteen seventy two or nineteen eighty four reelection well that's exactly the mangled that's exactly the next question I wanted to see professor if if nothing else exogenous happens if there's no massive external crisis if the economy state keeps going the way it's going and the president is reelected in two hundred and seventy seven days what do you expect the effect to be the knock on effect on these people will will live suddenly be Damascene moment where they say okay we got it wrong way sorry the media the left and will behave ourselves could it get worse and and really how could it get worse well here is the story we just have to ask what did they do after seventy two when they got the winner should not my government a surgeon on both the Compaq we never we haven't won since JFK and us you have a democratic guy with a southern accent DJ can you call the right and unions kind of a central St eighty four the left four my gosh school's out and they did it again with the caucus and then they they didn't do it again I got a guy with a southern accent so I think they'll be a lot of people who say the A. L. C. when school's out and you want to let you wrecked the blue dogs but I don't I'm not sure the demography and the changing twenty first century landscape allow that to happen the Democratic Party is so the Jacobin party control no quality and I don't know if they they kind of extinguisher liquidate all of the people want in all single barrelled omegle dinosaur the nominee list anymore and the people in there a light might exist like Bloomberg S. inviting has been scouring the exits images from renouncing or the prior cell because I don't know if there's anybody left the use of the for a different one with her late and have to come and say you guys destroyed the Democratic Party it's kind of a lot of one whether the Republicans take the house of course Brian's got fifty fifty chance of doing ten cameras on them as well can a pragmatist with a southern accent save the Democrats about trounced this November we shall see first we have to win the election those who believe in the make America great again agenda with talk to professor Victor Davis Hanson senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and the author of the case for trump will be back with a good professor in a
"jacobin" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Sports way Jacobin day baseball today and it was an early wake up call for the Dodgers and Phillies after they battled in the morning fire because of a two and a half hour rain delay last night and the Phillies out to a fast start leaving the doctor's one nothing in the bottom half of the first Miami also off to a quick start leading San Diego to the one in the bottom half of the second a pair of games about to get underway with the red Sox and blue jays at Fenway all the white Sox and oils include their series in Kansas city also the separate in the Yankees and race started double header and a couple of hours from now Yankees all the six game lead over the raise the AL east with coming on her mind going for his twelfth win which would tie the American League high the twins have lost their last three of seeing their lead the AL central dropped just four games over the Indians they host the eighties or the hottest team in the A. L. with six consecutive wins the twins were pummeled by the mass yesterday allowing fourteen runs twelve coming in the final three innings manager Rocco Baldelli is hoping yesterday just an aberration were in the second half and the fact that we haven't seen many games like that it's obviously a good sign but you know they're always gonna be a handful of games like that over the course of the year and things that you know they didn't just not go away I mean like you said we just didn't execute and do the things that we needed to do to win and oil port Russia was a good start for one of Ireland's own but not so good for another Shane Lowry is currently tied for the lead he's in the clubhouse add four under par however John rom has just thirty nine to take a one shot lead at five under par Rory McElroy with high hopes those hopes were quickly dashed twenty had a quadruple bogey and one and finish the first round at eight over Phil Mickelson at five over along with Tiger Woods I'm rejected follow us any time on Twitter our handle these acts CBS sports radio.
"jacobin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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"jacobin" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"Help ordinary Americans get health insurance coverage like Obama did. Or do we fight from the outside and say, we're gonna tear down your industry. So you better come come to liberal Lisa compromise with us. I think those approaches do matter of this history and semantics do do matter, but in the United States that's been just collapsed. Like people used to ask me. Oh, so you're socialists, very liberal. So the language wasn't there. I think the future some of the language will be there. But to be honest. We're also probably glad we don't have all the baggage that these divisions. Elsewhere have had because I think there's a lot of people identifies liberals that are on my side, and as democratic social comes more relevant in the United States. Bill Bill come over and identify as democratic socials and Jackson, you hope. So let's talk more about the details of the magazine. I wanna come back in a bit to more about burning San. In about the Fox News attacks against against socialism, the nuts and bolts of the magazine, how long has it been around? Why did you decide to launch it? So I start Jackman actually when I was undergraduate George Washington University between my sophomore and juniors. So right and late twenty twenty ten and initially the idea was used democratic socials ideas that I thought was so we're so compelling. I'm the youngest or five is the only one in my family born in the United States, I had no particular political background. But these ideas, the idea that in fact, so much life today under capitalism is a accident birth, and that in fact, people deserve the very least bedrock of security so that your life chances. Don't depend on what's code. You were born in or whether or not your parents had good employer sponsored.
"jacobin" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"But unlike an Italy and some other places in Europe, this anger wasn't directed at emigrants wasn't directed towards a populous, right? It was an anger at income inequality. It was an anger about student debt. It was an anger about just how precarious things like health insurance is in this country. And I think that was an important awakening. And that awakening led later, and there's a current that runs through it too. There was before occupy the Wisconsin uprising against austerity. And then that state. And what dozen eleven two thousand eleven Coty park the other day and thinking about the remnants of occupy and you're right. You can trace you can trace it's happening now, partly back to those protests, and I think even more important than that than occupy and even black lives matter, and these other social movements wasn't fact the Sanders campaign because those protests engaged a small percentage of the population would have presidential campaign does to millions of Americans who might think about their day-to-day concerns, but don't think of himself as being political presidential campaign is perfect excuse statue, get engaged with politics and start thinking about these issues start connecting the dots. I met. The last two years dozens of people who told me I used to personalise all the things that were going on in my life. If I had medical debt, I used to think it's my fault. I was unemployed. I would think I need to retrain, and maybe take a coding class or reformat my CV or something like that. But it was through the Sanders campaign. They came to realize that in fact, they aren't alone. And in fact, these things are connected, and that there are political solutions to these problems and people don't want government to do everything for them. But they do want government to do things like provide them with access to Dr they're sick and things like that. So I think the Sanders campaign was really important and through some quirk of history he identifies as the democratic socials. He became politicized in the nineteen sixties as a student. He called himself, a democratic socialist. Then he kept in clung to the label even through the lean times that followed and I think through that accident you had. The emergence of people see you had everything else. And obviously, we need a turn it into a sustainable movement. That's more than just one person. But I think a lot of the credit is owed to Bernie centers. And when you say we need to turn it into a movement. How do you view the role of a magazine Jakobsen within that movement? Jackson exist to keep alive that the torch of a democratic socialist ideas. And by that, I think it's worth defining it a little bit. I think that democratic socialists differentiates south from just liberals who want a broader welfare state, but also from more -tarian more revolutionary socialist traditions are corpora messes that society is fundamentally unjust the way it's structured and people need to have access to corn assessories like healthcare education.
"jacobin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Data or Medicare for everybody. It's really hard to see how you can get much further along that redistribution of socialist line. And you can see these guys parade before the cameras Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, come like a North Korean reeducation center. They apologized for their prior positions because they're afraid that it's gonna be seemed incorrect, even the Obama seem quaint compared to some of these these people that are going to be running for president. How how did this happen? And it seems to have happened in the last ten fifteen twenty years. Yeah. I think it predated Trump, obviously, part of it was the Republicans with globalization and the hollowing out of the interior, and I guess I call it. Blue stocking silk, stocking republicanism didn't offer an alternative at least at the presidential level. They did it the local and state, but you know, McCain and Romney isn't just didn't appeal as an alternative paradigm. And then I think the Democrats were also the party the big rich. We we forget all about Wall Street and so a con valley fortune. You know, the Bloomberg stiers the Facebook, Google fortunes the buffet for the role now left wing, and we really saw in two thousand sixteen fuel everything from both harvesting to midterm pack activity, and a lot of people it gave them a lot of momentum. And it's been going on for a long time. Then finally universities. There's all style liberals when I was in university, and we still have guys trained in the fifties. Sixties? And while they were on the left they were disinterested. And then they trained our generation as progressives and our credit. Our generation triple university trained leftist now left us training socialist sort of like the cycles of the French revolution. They just have to play out until you get you get to the Jacobin Jakobsen ropes Robespierre point where there's no nothing. You can do they start eating each other. And I think that's starting to happen already. If you see the anti-catholic antisemitic. Okay. Cavs come Harris, totally Rashida to leave. That's the future. Let's face already of the Democratic Party providence. They drag us with them. You know, if they want to do it themselves that's fine by me, but the rest of us kicking and screaming we were dragged along here. I am concerned about this. Because as we all are because I listened to McConnell today. And they say, what's what's your idea for some kind of deal here? He says, well, you go narrow will you go out whatever deal, we can make whatever works. So that's not right. Whatever works the problem in part. I think victor's we do not have individuals who stand up to go on TV and can articulate liberty and private property and commerce and things in a way that people can understand. It's really amazing that people can become you could become the Senate majority leader, and you can't talk. I agree. I think we have to realize it. What progressivism is is a very elitist. It's a it's a program for the very rich. So they don't feel guilty by giving concessions to the very poor. And it's aimed at the middle class majority of American and every ten of it, whether it's illegal immigration that destroys legal immigration for hardworking people in Asia and Africa, wait, their turn or low wage earners in the United States. But we don't are particularly that this progressivism, isn't elitist Sophie, coal almost. And it's not it's not a you humanistic. It's not humanistic creed. This whole profile these young hipsters along absolute since they go in and out of the university. They want us to pay for their students all the student loans. They don't they were not producing children and families like that. That's not a pathway to civilization success. And we we have to say to the country. We really want some guy who was driving a truck at eighteen and worked this entire life. It didn't go to college to have to pay taxes to pay for somebody's anthropology degree is in eight years of schooling. But we never we never look at these issues from the point of view of humanity and fairness and how they affect middle class people. Instead, it's we just take it. They call us a nativist racist, homophobic, sexist, and we think what what do we have to do? So you don't do that. We really saw that more in that Covington Lynch mall or guys were were on the other team. Just because they were so paranoid that being called that they would be laid out of the gates, and they might not be. They might not be so condemnatory of his white Catholic kids that they so much wanted to demonize so they would virtue signal they were not part of the Trump movement. And that's that's that's really disturbing. You know, seeing all this it troubles you as I know it troubles me. And I think when it troubles you you sit down and you're right. A piece right. This is one way you convince I get behind a microphone you and millions of people listening to this program. We see where we're headed. Seeing we were headed how how can the never Trumpers justify themselves. I mean, they see that. This is a turning point here. I don't know. I know them just like, you know, them you your whole life. I have to some of my great people. But they don't understand that in the real world number of years. I still live on a farm. I see fifty to one percent or fifty five percent of a question as game. You never get what you completely want. And I know Donald Trump can be Cruden Krause, but right now, he's all standing between radical socialism. In america. And whether you like him or not whether it's digital picks are trying to do something on the border or renegotiating deals with China or getting us over three percent GDP. He's been successful. And I think now it's a psychological mechanism of each never Trump's they cannot they cannot concede that because for them it symbolizes, the whole destruction of a worldview, so they're now actually adopting policies they used to fight simply because Trump's fingerprints are on them. It's it's really disturbing. They do. I know they don't have a lot of numbers and come one ninety percent of the electorate in two thousand sixteen but on these independent voters that key Rubery. They have they do a lot of damage boss patients with them because doing the country a lot of damage in vain and egocentric reasons for the most part, I don't even engage them anymore. I dismiss them because they can't be persuaded of anything not that they. I have to agree with me or you. But it's it's the let me ask you let me put it to you this way. Are they more troubling than the hardcore leftist to you? They're more irritating. I don't think they'll do as much damage in the long run because they helped some Besseges of conservatism. But where I work at the Hoover Institution. I write for national review. That's the people I deal with L day. They're never Trump Republicans, and they have a social class and cultural disdain for people who vote for Trump or still supporting. So my day is how dare you untold? How dare you vote for this guy? He's an it. There's also troubling class snobby since about something about Trump to accent his appearance his residence with the middle class that he says our farmers our vets he connects they don't like that. They don't like it at all. And so they label with Hitlerian populism or something. But. Trump hit something that was wrong with the Republican party. And you were Rush Limbaugh house, but for the elite punditry, they they just can't see it because they're a part of it themselves. Well, I want to thank you for what you do when you do it in a lot of places and just keep it up. And we'll keep plowing ahead. I'll tell you. I worry about this next election because the media and the Democrats want to put this president out if they can't they want to smear him to such an extent which difficult to win reelection. And you can see how they're already treating these hardcore leftists really with cake, lobs Kamala Harris doesn't get any real examination. He got this twenty eight twenty nine year old out of. Out of New York as you point out. She went like fifteen sixteen thousand votes in the primary and all of a sudden, she's as great figure. She's a media fabrication is she not. Yeah. She is. She is. I think all of us, according to our station house to do all we can people, and we just have to keep. Not afraid and not not fear the mob and just keep plugging everybody has a role to play according to their own abilities and station and tastes and we support each other. But boy, this two thousand twenty is an election for the soul of the country. Really is you know, let me ask you this before. I let you go because had thought about this your main of history. You're a professor you've studied you've written. I'm sorta pedestrian historian. I read as much as I can get my hands on and that people say what do you do for a hobby? Well, that's what I do. And. You look back. You see? How these republics have failed help other countries have failed and you see as moving in that direction, and it becomes enormously. Frustrating. Does it not? Yeah. It does. Because it doesn't work. We know that in Venezuela, Cuba or our Soviet Union. Or even you wherever it takes. Hold redistribution. Socialism doesn't work. It's Neil Listrik. But the culture was the writing of the culture, it's a religion for agnostics atheists really is. And we know it even has a certain base appeal to people to get something for nothing. You know, feel good about themselves by giving away somebody else's money. We know the pathology, but it's almost as if it's a dictator, and it it's destructive, and it's Neil Listrik. And you when you watch these cycles, and you want to warn you sort of feel like, you're, you know, you're Cassandra's of saying, hey, watch out may think you're nuts. But we're not not. So your listeners are not crazy. And we're not crazy. And we're trying to warn the country not in a mean way. But we've tried we've gone down this on that release sixties, and we sort of reverted it. We try. It in the thirties during the depression, we adverted it for a while. So we have these bouts of these apologies. But we've got we've got to get her immune system stronger because it's a destructive malady. If it takes whole we've seen what those entire nations cultures classes. All right, my friend. Appreciate it be well and take care of yourself. Thank you for having me, Mark. All right. Good, man. Victor Davis Hanson. I recommend you.
"jacobin" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Because otherwise you're gonna live at the merges with this. I agree then. And like, yeah. I mean, I think that if they studied it they would probably figure out how and went and why did he get and what's going to be safe? And then it could be integrated. But this shit is not you think you'll love. Things like this in my life. A lot of things these uppers and stuff like that hovers does medications. It's just I feel the same on that as I did take in name another drug. So that's a different mayhem to. I've I've had nor co whatever ten milligrams if I just quote on Jakoda Jacobin and completely different to meets. This is the really mild version of that. Is it possible doctor that some people have different chemistries? So we'd a lot of people like Rogan, and if you will defend we to the end, and it's the thing to do. Yeah. For me, it is it is so ineffective. Just turns me into his zone. I companies -actly with you here. Noth- though is the worst drug ever or becomes or your comfortably numb. And you're not as productive or you're not as whatever as you could be sober. But maybe it's good for some people because they suffer from crippling the other day. So one of my best friends of college. I was doing shows up at the punchline, and he he came to visit. And he's brought his wife, and I was like I'm so excited for your wife and ask you to hang out and right as we were walking over to me to ask you back just decides to hit some wheat out of a vape pen. Yes. And then talking to like a sick log for the entire. Smokes weed it just fucking for me. It takes me out. You have a great point. It's not just an observation. That's like medical fact, that what's important is a combination of what you're ingesting and your genetic mill you to process things and be affecting my it. Right. So that's like called a variable penetrates. But basically means it acts differently in different people highly including great authors politicians who always had some alcohol in this system all the time. Yeah. There are a lot of examples of that. Some people just handle. Handle whiskey in the morning and super active is just the way it is what I would love to see though, because I I definitely agree with what you're saying to that. But what I'm curious is how long are they able to continue in their lives that creative output? I would my guess would be the authors who depend on that or have that they stopped putting out great. And they and they even king talks about it. Stephen King doesn't remember writing two books. Yeah. And he said, and he said, even if he was sober. Best over finally hitchhiker almost killed Stephen King got sober. Stephen King said, I don't give credit to my substance abuse problem for the great books. I wrote he said I haven't been a very creative person who also had a substance abuse problem X. Absolutely. He happens to be so fucking creative that he could drink a case of beer a day at set and do all the cocaine or whatever it was and still right cujo and and to be a best seller. That's how many little movie called Shawshank Redemption. He wrote the I know that one is like an outlier have you seen all the things that he's he's so prison the movies. Yes. Thank you. I mean, he's done it all, but like, you know, like a guy who I loved growing up with Jack Kerouac like a lot of people did. And then you you like your read any his later works like this is shit. Terrible total shit you realize like they just the other day. And that was one of the good ones. Like, they get Ruben road was for its time. I remember my dad's save you as a kid. I just loved on the road. And I was creative writing major. I was like I'm gonna write a great novel Rhode Island college. It's going to be like my dad be like he's just drunk this junk, and then as an adult I've been so over about four years now, and I'm reading. These are these are all deep thoughts when you're drunk. What else you guys got? No, more creative. Chan wait ended on this. One defense. Mothers..
"jacobin" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"And then my one family portrait with like a bunch of Xs over my son's face going back to my computer. Wars that we could have made goes to do. Percent of the earth's population is drowning territory, formerly deemed to forbiddingly cold. We'll be grow more. Tell parents that is currently exit delicacies from LA Certa. Blueberries come more. Fucking planet that Matt, Matt bottomline, global warming will bring gains as well as losses upsides, though less than downsides climate science isn't a black and white morality tale, our climate discourse. Should it be either four billion people just drown, burn alive, y'all? All my loss was less. You won't be forgotten. I love this. This guy is like the most milk toasts motherfucker. This is the net Flinders of American conservativism. This is fucking, you know, a nice piece of toast and the glass of water for dipping. But one of his total milk toast opinions is, you know if five billion people died in the screaming agony so that I could get a blueberry. That'd be fine. He may not be the best writer, but you have to give him credit for founding Jacobin magazine. Boston, Massachusetts, Wilbur theatre. Thank you so much. We are up trap. We will be, we will be signing and selling books in the back where the books and the signing guard will be there in about ten minutes. If you stick around, we'll be happy to sign a book. Boston really quick. Fuck Brady, fuck belching. Belong to prison that Jack's are winning victim this year. We are Trump house. Over..
"jacobin" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"Right so ultimately there's the only question is to what degree will bondholders in those entities be affected by the restructurings of pension and retiree health problems and there are plenty of public plants at the state and local level that have the formula working fine employee contributions plus investment returns are funding pat's so the notion that defined benefit is inconsistent with public plants is in truth because there's plenty of places where it's working but there's a bunch of places where it's not working and what tends to happen is when it goes off the rails sometimes disabilities give up and at that point they start not even making the annual contributions and then once it gets that far behind its done so then turn to the federal level i know you've mentioned to me what's the chart that everybody hates well my wife who's now famous right because she's getting mentioned again is we live in in brooklyn heights and you know the park slope communist league is still an active orientation and jacobin magazine is around the corner which is a which is a marxist publication and so i'm committed centrist and times have different points of view from people that live in my neighborhood and this was a bad ideal admit but at a birthday party that we had for my wife i thought it would be a good idea when people started talking about deficits and taxation and how the tax code is not progressive enough i tried it out some charts to show people that i had a lot of data dispute that point of view and the chart that everyone hates is a chart that looks over the last forty years at the widening gap between government spending on title minutes versus government spending on discretionary spending which is everything else and a whole bunch of programs that progressives really care about having to do with education and science an infrastructure and everything else and if you go back to nineteen seventy after the entitlements programs by the way they programs we're desperately needed in the mid sixties one third of seniors in the united states live below the poverty line so the us desperately needed an entitlement system.
"jacobin" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"Our first article this week comes over from jacobin which had never heard of jacobin mag dot com this is by bradley bevan dear it's called let them meet experience in sums up a lot of the things that we always talk about unpaid labour but turns out that there are some new rules and laws rules in place that um that govern unpaid interns now in the past there were there were likes these six specific rules now there are seven and a lot of people broke the law no unpaid and back in the day yes seriously uh but now they can still get unpaid interns in kind and not break the law is what it works out to uh these stupid new rules i hate this government which has destroying everything at least before you know we knew what you were doing was illegal now we have to put another lawyer to come figure out of its illegal or not the lawyers always win but yeah this is a is a great article in i love how the the last line in the article is what it brings down to the only winner is capital because there's going to be a lot more unpaid interns and nowadays it's just boggles the mind you know i i know you people are trying to get experience right in these in these businesses and they try and go on their own nowadays it seems to me the best experience you could get would be boot strapping the same type of company on your own engaged the experience yourself while building something like if you want to go work.
"jacobin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Right the b b w aaa but i don't know how we at the fan could recreate the football voting we would have pick like fifteen twenty people at the first group of people here at the station then we'd have to pick people to present each of the hall of famers now look we ask you sell this guy who is standing in front of a room and present thing for joe jacobin you know what i'm saying who's doing that and are building were even presenting for tyrrell it's like i think that would be the most difficult thing about doing it if we follow their former we actually guys to step up and present for them i would say a loose for jodeco that's true he is a red scan and he do a good job now you're right that's the problem he does a good job whoever we pick to let's say see gene otti we do randy moss that one's easy to now that i think about that i don't know who presents terrell owens but economy fits the issue may be with this voting process a lot of it's about who is presenting and how they present it so i don't know what the perfect answer is it it feels like in football and it never ever felt this way in baseball until recently like i think because a steroids baseball now has guys who are not in the hall of fame who clearly should be like there's almost a back load of guys that in my opinion need to get in that aren't in i never felt that way with baseball to the steroid era i think i've always felt that way with football with there's a lot of guys like if you look at this list tonight i think a lot of them are hall of famers but a lot of them are gonna have to wait like it's not happening tonight and it's not happening next year there's a lot of waiting going on i think with the pro football a faint and by the way go to the pro football hall of fame with their once a few years ago i would say like owado nine i went out to sea mets pirates and then drove up a i think it was like an hour and a half or something like that to canton ohio it's a great.
"jacobin" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Day ahead it is phil valentine schol let every long he's today by tom welcome to the washington examiner and it is about the bunking socialists claims part one and this is capitalism has not helped the poor that's the claim that the socialists make and they talk about this is a winner while history proves socialism's favier our debate last week pitting reason magazines nick gillespie and catherine mango award against vivid chipper of new york university and moscow car soon kara of the uh is a jacobin magazine says it deserves our attention that's because the two socialists chipper and suit kara encapsulated the crumbling foundation on which socialist adherence reside they focus their argument around three key themes first the capitalism has not helped the poor second that socialism provides for a better quality of life than capitalism and third that socialism not capitalism serves human opportunity and fulfillment now you can just look at this on the surface tension mistake these onebyone capitalism has not helped the poor and you look at all the poor not only in the united states and other capitalist nations but around the world that are helped by capitalist and where they sending their money usually the socialist luxuries order dictatorships or to corrupt doc receives that aren't working that's where they are sending their money because the capitalist countries have the money you i mean you look at what has happened after every major disaster in the world and we are the ones the capitalist who go bailing everybody else out says chipper his worst moment came with his claim that chinese communism not capitalism was responsible for the nation's massive improvement in living standards.
"jacobin" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Got my beverages got my pow core that do all of my study in thinking i'm about to win the lee prep in more for the fantasy league not ever prep foot a shell and all of a sudden i love how many accidents thailana twoquarterback league all of a sudden we didn't even know we're in a two critically who plays a to hold vaguely never play the twoquarterback rigoberta life and a registers like oh to move to quebec records to correctly of course he drafts a bunch of quarterbacks no one else does he got quarterback the twoquarterback league we're now player to quarterback regan's year but we are we got an email today is there a draft so this is what i want to alert and you'll know about this fire program this is not anything phony about what we do we hold each other accountable we say joke sometimes that people take personal but is out of love mmhmm and the thing that i appreciate it this is david jacobin struggled at the beginning of last season he's the guy in your fantasy league the just stops substituting stops garin that's me so when they sent out to invite for this year's jacoby didn't get invite i think i kicked out of my office i don't know how to allow guy here early on the show is on the email i don't know her yelena part of the game i do not know how we got here at the gear director peter comanager cusp let your team jailers' we give you the password second regards a mix of roster just means you gotta do the great i love it how many facilities are you a general's i wanna be into i wanna be ours our j j lee and then i won't be in a kick.
"jacobin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"With i go cleveland see i like it and then he got a final the navy said go to the final i'm just very has asthma and the in winning right into rant was heard it all season hamburger here this is i'm never leaving here hey the trophy teary there's no no no he's signing with the cats or or or or goes to boston and the celtics said they wouldn't trade for him he said they would if you're the lakers sunday because i would because i can't risk him going somewhere good and the or this is what it's like to win i can't risk that because i know i can't promise him that he's going to come here and chances are it's still going to be a process before we become contending right when we come back amine in for jalen here gillian jacobin we come back we'll talk about the broken spirit of the marcus altered long the phil mickelson and his caddy of five years jim bones mccain split this week mickelson will discuss that and his future when he joins mike and mike monday morning at nine eastern on espn radio when espn to danny where'd babies come from uh well a money to this oh well you see there's a mommy and a daddy right what ends see when they call geico they could save a bunch of money on car insurance oh very emphatic some happy yes that makes them very happy that's all well i'm glad we can have this talk sunshine gaiko because saving fifteen percent.