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DNC Chair Jaime Harrison: Not Playing Fair Is a Good Road Map

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

DNC Chair Jaime Harrison: Not Playing Fair Is a Good Road Map

"Because we're so awful, our side is so awful that we're not going to play fair and you got to hear the chairman of the Democrat National Committee agree with him. Let's talk about the fascists on the other side. So I hear that, but I do think there are a lot of people, because we were just talking about you and I, we consume 8 papers in the morning. We look at the minutiae of politics. And most Americans are not doing that. And there are still a lot of people who feel disconnected from the party or maybe even disappointed in the party fair or not. I want you to take a listen, we have Roland Martin on. At the beginning of the show. Brother ro ro is never shy about giving his opinion. So he had a lot to say about what he thinks Democrats should be doing. I want you to take a listen and get your thoughts. Sounds good. You've got to have president Joe Biden stop being scared of senator Joe Manchin and go make the argument in West Virginia and go to the red parts of Mississippi and Alabama and say, this is what we have done and these folks voted against it and this is how we have delivered. They've got to be willing to engage in war. You can not play fair with people who don't play fair. There are no rules. The other side has shown that they will do whatever is necessary in order to win so you've got to say America when they didn't care about you, we did. What are your thoughts? I felt like that was a good road map. Well, it is a good road map and rolling. I want you to know, I'm going to Kentucky and Arkansas. I'm going to be in Mississippi and Alabama. We're going to all across this country. The chairman of the DNC says on national television not playing fair is a good road map.

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"jaime" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

09:42 min | 7 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"jaime" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

08:04 min | 7 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

"And eleven and type pro. That has that has promotion. That has half that storage at one. Hundred twenty eight gigs. But it hasn't them one leg. It's got so many things that one is seven ninety nine so if i have to pick between an ipad mini at double the storage or an ipad pro. That is no holds bar everything for a hundred and fifty dollars. I would a- so the problem. Is that starting storage. This ipad mini should've started at one. Hundred twenty gigs selanne. Then that's second or give me the sixty four gig model at four twenty nine which is one hundred dollars over the cheaper ipad and so for four twenty nine for sixty four gigs. It's like okay. It's not an impulsive. By but i'll still get it But then if i if i get an option for one hundred twenty eight gigs. That just fifty dollars. More for nine. No at ninety nine at one hundred. Twenty eight gigs. It stops making me question. The mini the problem is the way that things were mounted. It's like why get this is not an ipad air which is gonna cost one hundred dollars more. You're going to get a bigger display him. And so many things which a lot of people care about most consumers like you have to want a smaller ipad to buy a smaller ipad otherwise otherwise there is no reason for the average consumer to want to prefer this ipad. When we have a saying in spanish that there's none in english is like but ahead teeth. That's like that joke like that's what it means literally translated for that joke. I'd rather just get regular. I've had air hundred dollars more. i get more size. It's gonna fit apple's entire accessory lineup. I can connect to a regular keyboard because a lot of people don't like this many because you can't connect to anything unless it's like a detachable keep unless it's like a a separate keyboard and a lot of people don't like that so i was waiting for this product and then it launched than i got it in. I liked it but i don't love it one thing as the storage. Obviously that is the main problem. It's too little It's just too little sixty four gigs for an ipad. Where you're gonna watch movies. It's for content consumption. You need storage it just just the way. It is area so sixty four gigs. That's the first problem. The second problem is the topic of uniformity. If you grab a twelve point nine inch. I've had pro and by the way this is alive. Paddle was fifteen thing. It's not a fourteen version or prior. Why the heck that apple implement these like margins on the sides off the operating system. I have no logical explanation for them. But then because you have this you have the issue that because apple uniforms everything you literally have a downscaled version of an ipad. Pro on the mini. And so if i am not wearing reading glasses i cannot read those stupid widgets and then there's the other problem. This is the only ipad with a three by two aspect ratio. every other. i've had has a different one. It's weird it's a little more squared not for by three and it's not I'm trying to remember what it is. It's it's kind of weird. Form factor The because it's three by two. It's a little bit taller. It's cool to hold him one hand with the problem is there's this feature in the dockworkers sort of unlimited. You can add as many as you want to it. I think i've never gone to the limit but the problem is that when you put this thing vertically the the scaling is so small that you can't touch those damn mike and so it becomes this tablet that you have to hold the landscape but then when you hold it in landscape and you wanna out the keyboard the virtual the virtual keyboard it almost takes up the entire screen again because of the odd scaling that it does because it's designed to a certain degree to be like an ipad pro smaller and so you go through all these hoops and i'm like. Why like y. I understand that from a from a company. Perspective having uniformity is convenient from the software development. To everything i get i get all that but the problem is a consumer is not gonna be like okay. I'm gonna buy my pro to have in my office. And then i'm gonna buy mini to have in like no if we're already debating the price it's because it's not a cheap tablet be average consumers only gonna buy one tablet and so why on earth would why does it matter to the consumer. That apple needs uniformity. It doesn't matter to the consumer that consumers should get an experienced it's tailored for the product and therefore the ipad mini should have a user interface design for the smaller screen away to scale the widgets larger. You can't scale the icon starter but not the widgets. And then it's hilarious. If you go on landscape yes. Doc will goat will grow larger but not the widgets sounded like what the t.f man like really and then you get android tablets which i'm not saying android tablets. You're better but at least for my scaling perspective android tablets do a much better job and so like it's that like i feel that the software was not adequately tailored to the mini. Just like it's not tailored to the iphone many an you know isa's young. She's got prom reading. That damn thing but i do with this whole scaling thing is so this thing is so interesting because i've never really. I haven't paid enough attention to it. and it just sort of like. This is what i'd get. So this is what i'm working with so i never really liked paid attention to it relation but i do have an ipad pro eleven. I'm gonna have to see the difference between them. i think. that's the way. Compare them compare them. Because the i think the i think that the sweet spot ipad if you compare money versus features versus versus of i think that the eleven and gybed pro is like the sweet spot ipad. Or if you're if you're on a budget you get the cheap ipad if you're on a budget but want something a little more modern than get the ipad air. If you want the best. i pat. I wouldn't even consider to be the twelve point nine inch ipad pro because dude you can try to sell me. That many led screen However you want if you notice. I haven't even reviewed the damn thing. And it's because i am i'm really upset at the blooming that happens in in the user interface. I like. I'm like you're kidding. Me right like you want. How much money for this thing. Which only portrays movies. Well but then. If i want to use the user interface if i wanna read a kindle book for example and i want to use it in dark mode dude it blooms all over like if it was the cheapest lcd in the market. And so i think that apple has like three ipads that are designed for the average consumer. It's literally the regular the air and the eleven inch pro and then they've got to niche ipads the mini and the toll point nine where it's like these two products have no reason for b. or i'm not gonna say the. They don't have reason for being teased to nine for sidecar just because it's a perfect match with the thirteen inch macro and so it's the reason why he's point nine but it's not necessarily because it's a better pet. Yeah i isa was messing around with the mini and one. She learned how to sidecar to the m one. Thirteen mac Thirteen she was like oh like remind was blown. It was like amazing how that can happen. And i'm trying to figure out how to get the eleven connected to like a windows machine. I know it's possible. It's just. I haven't done it yet. But i'm going to add another wrinkle to this whole ipad mini thing it is also overpriced because i just remembered i just remembered. 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"jaime" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

04:06 min | 8 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Singing the world's by the band. The faded pictures and lead singer was our guest today. Jamie poland playing also sixties. Jaeger oregon right. Well jaime lambie you might remember. He was already on this show about three years back and it was very interesting talk and he had just published his very first book at the time we were talking about masonry of course already back then we were talking about the golden dawn which also member of which already makes him stand out of the big crowd of masons and while he has in the meantime written.

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"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"Now what happened in two thousand eight after rock obama one of our largest Very large growth in democrats in the house and senate and we got sixty senators. And i don't know people remember that sixty centers in the us senate and controlling the white house folks. What would i get that day right. Maybe cry jamie. Don't think about the loss opportunity to do everything that we ever thought humanly possible but we didn't take advantage are nonetheless. That's a whole nother book and another story but but you know but after that two thousand eight raise we sort of got drunk rock the fact that control in the house and the senate white house and then we decided well. We don't need to do that. You know fifty state strategy thing anymore so less turn off the money spigot for for fifty seats so the money that was gone when almost down to nothing And as a result we started losing in state house raisins and we started. Losing governor's races. Then we started using redistricting process and and we lost congressional lease and we got into the majority and the minority of the house and the senate and the white house and so we were right back where we started this four in two thousand four. We can't. we've read that story. You read it one time. We don't need to read it yet. We have to focus on rebuilding our already party infrastructure and so the fifty state strategy is investing in our sleep parties and investing in tower there on making sure. They're strong that they can operate And and that they can do all the things that always sneak artists. It's so great and of course. Republicans have invested in state parties for years and and took advantage of of what you just said of us not looking there and building their strengthen these state parties and you were kind enough to join our swing left strategy call last week As we were talking about our ten year plan for our short-term medium-term and long-term goals it sounds sound. Like they align very well with what you have in mind so oh i mean just absolutely incredible. I just love your tenure plan and what you all thinking and your structure. We know the weight about we must route. Move or resistance persistence. Just so so important. We we have to do all that we can do to defend and strengthen democracy and that's really really important But we have to. As i tell people all that deep behind me not only democrats but stanford delivered. We have to continue to deliver for the american people right And then that is in all of its form you know we had to deliver services we have to deliver But we have to protect the rights of boats as well we have to delivered democracy and so You know you guys are are so right on point and i was so happy to participate ends. See the framework that you have moving for. Well this has been an incredibly forward-looking conversations. I wanna wrap up by asking you. What gives you the most hope for the future. Hope is an important part of my life has always been. I often say you know here. In south carolina my our models while i read And so in essence you know. You're tying You know life itself to those little notion of vote right. I.

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"Now what happened in two thousand eight after rock obama one of our largest Very large growth in democrats in the house and senate and we got sixty senators. And i don't know people remember that sixty centers in the us senate and controlling the white house folks. What would i get that day right. Maybe cry jamie. Don't think about the loss opportunity to do everything that we ever thought humanly possible but we didn't take advantage are nonetheless. That's a whole nother book and another story but but you know but after that two thousand eight raise we sort of got drunk rock the fact that control in the house and the senate white house and then we decided well. We don't need to do that. You know fifty state strategy thing anymore so less turn off the money spigot for for fifty seats so the money that was gone when almost down to nothing And as a result we started losing in state house raisins and we started. Losing governor's races. Then we started using redistricting process and and we lost congressional lease and we got into the majority and the minority of the house and the senate and the white house and so we were right back where we started this four in two thousand four. We can't. we've read that story. You read it one time. We don't need to read it yet. We have to focus on rebuilding our already party infrastructure and so the fifty state strategy is investing in our sleep parties and investing in tower there on making sure. They're strong that they can operate And and that they can do all the things that always sneak artists. It's so great and of course. Republicans have invested in state parties for years and and took advantage of of what you just said of us not looking there and building their strengthen these state parties and you were kind enough to join our swing left strategy call last week As we were talking about our ten year plan for our short-term medium-term and long-term goals it sounds sound. Like they align very well with what you have in mind so oh i mean just absolutely incredible. I just love your tenure plan and what you all thinking and your structure. We know the weight about we must route. Move or resistance persistence. Just so so important. We we have to do all that we can do to defend and strengthen democracy and that's really really important But we have to. As i tell people all that deep behind me not only democrats but stanford delivered. We have to continue to deliver for the american people right And then that is in all of its form you know we had to deliver services we have to deliver But we have to protect the rights of boats as well we have to delivered democracy and so You know you guys are are so right on point and i was so happy to participate ends. See the framework that you have moving for. Well this has been an incredibly forward-looking conversations. I wanna wrap up by asking you. What gives you the most hope for the future. Hope is an important part of my life has always been. I often say you know here. In south carolina my our models while i read And so in essence you know. You're tying You know life itself to those little notion of vote right. I.

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"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"When i think about canada routine from me the thing that i'm most responsible for is making sure that we have a democratic cantor who is our nominees president united states. When you think about all of these other races that you have to feel senators members of congress mayors city council state house votes their organizations that we call sister organizations within the democratic ecosystem. That's more in Has in their portfolio in terms of primary jurisdiction the place where most of canada recruitment happens is the state party. Party is the next business. Like the collective tissue of of this this in right because they do everything they do local and nets and they do it all and so what. The dnc guys is support the state parties in their efforts to recruit candidates to to have the resources to run their operations To do trainings To help identify a talent within the state and so we are more in a supportive role to our steep parties than anything now. Historically the dnc has not always been greek in its support role of the state parts. And it's part of the reason why we have challenges that we are experiencing right now During the obama administration You know the artist did not have as much support from the dnc. But we have. Now you know since tom perez and now with me we've changed that i just recently announced the largest ever investment in state parties ever in the dnc twenty three million dollars going to parties where increasing me among monthly amount at. We're sending their We've treated or red state. Fund coordinating states who qualifies red states. So that there's extra brands and programs that they can run So we're doing as much as we possibly can to be supportive of our state parties because again. If you have a strong state party you can win a race. If you don't have a strong seat party it becomes increasingly more difficult for you to win your race in particularly in red and battleground state so you just talked about this incredible early investment of money that you are putting out there for state parties and for local infrastructure. But you also said that. You're focused on presidential building towards the presidential which is in twenty twenty four right. So why is it so important to start investing this kind of money early. Well not only am. I thinking about you know. I'm thinking about the midterms. Because joe biden needs to have majority in the house and senate meaning to pick up some legislatures so that we can stop these voter suppression efforts in all of these other things percolating in the states. We need to win governors mansions of need to pick up attorney general. Janet governors in secretaries of state. All those in a really important. But the way that i look at this is that i am not just thinking about the cycle of next cycle. But i'm thinking about the next ten years. What did we want the democratic party to to look like into be. Where do we want to be competitive in ten years from now because the problems that we are experiencing right now though seeds. Were the problems that we are we're dealing with. We're playing at ten years ago. Right because of the lack of investment in the infrastructure instinct parties..

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"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"When i think about canada routine from me the thing that i'm most responsible for is making sure that we have a democratic cantor who is our nominees president united states. When you think about all of these other races that you have to feel senators members of congress mayors city council state house votes their organizations that we call sister organizations within the democratic ecosystem. That's more in Has in their portfolio in terms of primary jurisdiction the place where most of canada recruitment happens is the state party. Party is the next business. Like the collective tissue of of this this in right because they do everything they do local and nets and they do it all and so what. The dnc guys is support the state parties in their efforts to recruit candidates to to have the resources to run their operations To do trainings To help identify a talent within the state and so we are more in a supportive role to our steep parties than anything now. Historically the dnc has not always been greek in its support role of the state parts. And it's part of the reason why we have challenges that we are experiencing right now During the obama administration You know the artist did not have as much support from the dnc. But we have. Now you know since tom perez and now with me we've changed that i just recently announced the largest ever investment in state parties ever in the dnc twenty three million dollars going to parties where increasing me among monthly amount at. We're sending their We've treated or red state. Fund coordinating states who qualifies red states. So that there's extra brands and programs that they can run So we're doing as much as we possibly can to be supportive of our state parties because again. If you have a strong state party you can win a race. If you don't have a strong seat party it becomes increasingly more difficult for you to win your race in particularly in red and battleground state so you just talked about this incredible early investment of money that you are putting out there for state parties and for local infrastructure. But you also said that. You're focused on presidential building towards the presidential which is in twenty twenty four right. So why is it so important to start investing this kind of money early. Well not only am. I thinking about you know. I'm thinking about the midterms. Because joe biden needs to have majority in the house and senate meaning to pick up some legislatures so that we can stop these voter suppression efforts in all of these other things percolating in the states. We need to win governors mansions of need to pick up attorney general. Janet governors in secretaries of state. All those in a really important. But the way that i look at this is that i am not just thinking about the cycle of next cycle. But i'm thinking about the next ten years. What did we want the democratic party to to look like into be. Where do we want to be competitive in ten years from now because the problems that we are experiencing right now though seeds. Were the problems that we are we're dealing with. We're playing at ten years ago. Right because of the lack of investment in the infrastructure instinct parties..

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

03:04 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"Twenty seventeen yeah. I mean listen. You know governor. North of a nice guy would like is like watching paint truck for it was like oh my guy mcauliffe way more charismatic right exactly when it was really the state house folks who generated so those candidates who are running for state house ed cycle generate so much energy and i really think they they help float that entire top of the ticket. Governor lieutenant governor and the attorney general and so. It's just important that people in this thing that the message that i have to the state party chairs if you got statewide races This site will try to find folks to run on the ballot on the downtick. It because that will help your statehouse. The what you can do is a state part. That will help the top of the ticket more so than probably anything else she do is to help recruit and find people to run on the down ballot and so Virginia has done a great job of doing over. The years. And i think is a terrific model for state parties around the country since we're talking about strategy. Let's talk about the dnc. Can you for our listeners. Who may not have acted with the dnc. Before can you give us a little bit of a primer and then talk about the strategy that you have as chair moving forward. Well you know there are a lot of miss about the dnc. I found that out over years. There are some people who think that the sun rises and sets By the dnc chair and folks that is not mccain's you're giving us a whole lot more authority and power than we actually have everything bad. Is your fault everything. Good someone else did right see the dnc went in and endorsed in this campaign for local office or my house raised no dnc. Didn't do that. Maybe your state car he did. Maybe your counterparty did the dnc did But everything they attributed to the party in general think. Dnc controls and. that just isn't case. The waiter i say you think about this is that the dean sees real the world that the dnc really controls is the presidential When you think about the presidential primary process and how that goes along the dnc works in coordination and in conjunction with the state parties to really put on the presidential primary debates onto the primaries and caucuses themselves and in this jerker logistics folks. It's we we're not doing all of the other things that people like to term it's it they create platform and so it's the dnc..

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

03:04 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"Twenty seventeen yeah. I mean listen. You know governor. North of a nice guy would like is like watching paint truck for it was like oh my guy mcauliffe way more charismatic right exactly when it was really the state house folks who generated so those candidates who are running for state house ed cycle generate so much energy and i really think they they help float that entire top of the ticket. Governor lieutenant governor and the attorney general and so. It's just important that people in this thing that the message that i have to the state party chairs if you got statewide races This site will try to find folks to run on the ballot on the downtick. It because that will help your statehouse. The what you can do is a state part. That will help the top of the ticket more so than probably anything else she do is to help recruit and find people to run on the down ballot and so Virginia has done a great job of doing over. The years. And i think is a terrific model for state parties around the country since we're talking about strategy. Let's talk about the dnc. Can you for our listeners. Who may not have acted with the dnc. Before can you give us a little bit of a primer and then talk about the strategy that you have as chair moving forward. Well you know there are a lot of miss about the dnc. I found that out over years. There are some people who think that the sun rises and sets By the dnc chair and folks that is not mccain's you're giving us a whole lot more authority and power than we actually have everything bad. Is your fault everything. Good someone else did right see the dnc went in and endorsed in this campaign for local office or my house raised no dnc. Didn't do that. Maybe your state car he did. Maybe your counterparty did the dnc did But everything they attributed to the party in general think. Dnc controls and. that just isn't case. The waiter i say you think about this is that the dean sees real the world that the dnc really controls is the presidential When you think about the presidential primary process and how that goes along the dnc works in coordination and in conjunction with the state parties to really put on the presidential primary debates onto the primaries and caucuses themselves and in this jerker logistics folks. It's we we're not doing all of the other things that people like to term it's it they create platform and so it's the dnc..

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"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

04:19 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"Mcconnell ended up and lindsey superpac added another thirty almost forty million dollars in the last little bit so they flooded me out even though we raised all that money because they all came in the very last bit. But the main thing for me was that our money wasn't from the sheldon edens adelson's of the world where writing half million dollar checks or million dollar checks. This was moms and pops in uncles and aunts and cousins writing twenty seven dollars a person i went from having an email lists when i first launched my bid. It was a committee in february of twenty nineteen. We had one hundred people on my email list. And i ended up with almost six million. Wow how and i mean. The number of contributions got to the point where it it took me a whole week to process some of just the sheer volume of people who were interested in this race and And wanting to be supportive of us. So i believe that the future is in grassroots funding We see it right now even at the dnc we are breaking our previous records every month in terms of grassroots donations that are coming to the dnc ins because we are investing in those lists We're talking to folks on an individual basis about what we're doing and they're interested in investing in that for the longer in you know now. How does this impact campaigning going forward. You know. I one of the things i wonder about. Is it just on the top rung races. Is it just on the reasons where you have you know this villain and you've got you know somebody who can be the hero right. Are those just racism which those type of resources can flow or can we see that type of grassroots funding actually have a dramatic impact on the local. You're running from the state house We we've seen it on the top races. We have not seen it yet on the smaller localize races. But i do think. It is the future of of funding for campaigns. Going forward and we need a little a trickle down with the with the grass roots with the grassroots donor because that's so important to have the grassroots fund. And i tell you even on my raise. One of the things that we did is we got money in you know. I transferred millions of dollars to the state parties so that they could then work with some of our grass roots folks. I think our party Took some of the money that we We did to benefit congressional candidates to benefit statehouse in state senate candidates as mel Because i wanted to be helpful You know there is only so much that can do within the law but the state party could do a lot unencumbered from us. So that's really important. I hope candidates who are running on the top tick understand that they have no obligation not just for their own campaigns but if they can to they have no obligation of working with some of the down ballot is will doing all they can to help. Those candidates thrive get their message out. Talk to the voters. Because that's a really important component. It's so it really is and a lot of people with these big email lists don't like to share them Because i think people don't realize when you give up your email that so valuable And it kind of gets you know a traded around a little bit which is how you end up on multiple lists but it really is hard if you're down ballot candidate to grow your list And get access to the folks that are you interested in supporting specific candidates but these grassroots donors are really interested in a smart strategy to to improve the entire community. So i applaud you for being open with with your contact. I'll add to that also really quickly that we know Reverse coattails works too so when that's exactly right look at virginia twenty. What was that virginia..

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"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"We ended up getting one point one million votes in south carolina before my race no democrat had ever gotten over eight hundred fifty thousand votes and now was brock obama. I in two thousand and eight and so We were able to put You know one point. One million cracks in the glass ceiling here in south carolina. And i believe that the potential is here similar to how stacey abrams loss really helped to galvanize people in georgia. How I think bedrose loss helped to really start to pull people together in texas. I think My racist the same type of thing in south carolina in so we have governor's race coming up and folks are all in They they want to change the leadership. We have in the state. And i'm going to do everything. I can to help them do that. Well you really galvanized activists not just from south carolina but from all over the country to engage in your race in a huge way and it was obviously a combination of being a really talented charismatic candidate Fighting against incumbent that everyone hates a whole lot not to forget. There was a time in our politics. When lindsey graham was the worst you know he got overshadowed a little bit by trump. But he he he really used to be the worst Maybe still is but anyway you broke. Us senate campaign fundraising records by raising one hundred nine million dollars and saw this unprecedented engagement from activists all over the country. How did that experience inform how you think about grassroots volunteers and how we can all work together going forward. Yeah you know listen i. It's amazing. Actually even crazier to say we. In the end. In the end goal. I ended up raising one hundred and thirty three million in lindsay res. One hundred nine oh so I mean it was it was. That's what happens when you get your research from wikipedia. So i mean in the end in the end. Date is just unbelievable in on top of that you know mitch. Mcconnell ended up and lindsey superpac added another thirty almost forty million dollars in the last little bit so they flooded me out even though we raised all that money because they all came in the very last bit. But the main thing for me was that our money wasn't from the sheldon edens adelson's of the world where writing half million dollar checks or million dollar checks. This was moms and pops in uncles and aunts and cousins writing twenty seven dollars a person i went from having an email lists when i first launched my bid. It was a committee in february of twenty nineteen. We had one hundred people on my email list. And i ended up with almost six million. Wow how and i mean. The number of contributions got to the point where it it took me a whole week to process some of just the sheer volume of people who were interested in this race and And wanting to be supportive of us..

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

02:46 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"It was we tried to deny But it was like going seventy five miles per hour and you hit a brick wall because this gave lindsey graham and opportunity The chairman of the senate judiciary committee to really galvanize the far right in the state because he was able to deliver this very right wing justice to the supreme court india. Allow those folks to come home and they supported him and donald trump but what it demonstrates us. i mean. listen. We ended up getting one point one million votes in south carolina before my race no democrat had ever gotten over eight hundred fifty thousand votes and now was brock obama. I in two thousand and eight and so We were able to put You know one point. One million cracks in the glass ceiling here in south carolina. And i believe that the potential is here similar to how stacey abrams loss really helped to galvanize people in georgia. How I think bedrose loss helped to really start to pull people together in texas. I think My racist the same type of thing in south carolina in so we have governor's race coming up and folks are all in They they want to change the leadership. We have in the state. And i'm going to do everything. I can to help them do that. Well you really galvanized activists not just from south carolina but from all over the country to engage in your race in a huge way and it was obviously a combination of being a really talented charismatic candidate Fighting against incumbent that everyone hates a whole lot not to forget. There was a time in our politics. When lindsey graham was the worst you know he got overshadowed a little bit by trump. But he he he really used to be the worst Maybe still is but anyway you broke. Us senate campaign fundraising records by raising one hundred nine million dollars and saw this unprecedented engagement from activists all over the country. How did that experience inform how you think about grassroots volunteers and how we can all work together going forward. Yeah you know listen i. It's amazing. Actually even crazier to say we. In the end. In the end goal. I ended up raising one hundred and thirty three million in lindsay res. One hundred nine oh so I mean it was it was. That's what happens when you get your research from wikipedia. So i mean in the end in the end. Date is just unbelievable in on top of that you know mitch..

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"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

05:42 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"Is giving me hope this week right justice department. That's interested justice. I know weird Administration is interested in infrastructure and and climate science and justice department interested in justice. It's congress that wants people to actually vote. Yeah who knew so. Speaking of getting into action helping voters. Let's talk about this week's to do list. Well we've got a weekend of action that's coming up soon and it's going to be all about virginia that's right. We talked about it last week. This is still are call to action for you this week. Because we want you to sign up we want you to find an event near you go to swing dot org attend a weekend of action event. The weekend of action is july tenth and eleventh You know what it's going to include canvassing events. Oh that's right. If you live in virginia or near virginia You're going to get to your to get to do some in person stuff. This is our first return to some in-person voter contact that some of our groups are hosting. It's very exciting. If you don't live or inner around. Virginia of course there's phone banks and And other ways to get involved Vote forward has tons of virginia letters that need to be adopted. So you can write letters with your groups. There's a lot of different opportunities to get involved if you're living outside the virginia area but in person canvassing at the being fully virtual since march twenty twenty. This is a big deal. This is gonna be the the door knocking the phone banking letter writing all at once for the first time in ages. This is great. Yeah so sign up. Sign up please. And let's let's make this a huge blow outlets show them republicans. What organizing looks like early. And and let's hold virginia all right up next. We have this incredible interview where we're going to talk. Not just about what we can do in the immediate future for our weekend of action but even beyond that what and what. The democratic national committee has in the works..

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

05:09 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"Is giving me hope this week right justice department. That's interested justice. I know weird Administration is interested in infrastructure and and climate science and justice department interested in justice. It's congress that wants people to actually vote. Yeah who knew so. Speaking of getting into action helping voters. Let's talk about this week's to do list. Well we've got a weekend of action that's coming up soon and it's going to be all about virginia that's right. We talked about it last week. This is still are call to action for you this week. Because we want you to sign up we want you to find an event near you go to swing dot org attend a weekend of action event. The weekend of action is july tenth and eleventh You know what it's going to include canvassing events. Oh that's right. If you live in virginia or near virginia You're going to get to your to get to do some in person stuff. This is our first return to some in-person voter contact that some of our groups are hosting. It's very exciting. If you don't live or inner around. Virginia of course there's phone banks and And other ways to get involved Vote forward has tons of virginia letters that need to be adopted. So you can write letters with your groups. There's a lot of different opportunities to get involved if you're living outside the virginia area but in person canvassing at the being fully virtual since march twenty twenty. This is a big deal. This is gonna be the the door knocking the phone banking letter writing all at once for the first time in ages. This is great. Yeah so sign up. Sign up please. And let's let's make this a huge blow outlets show them republicans. What organizing looks like early. And and let's hold virginia all right up next. We have this incredible interview where we're going to talk. Not just about what we can do in the immediate future for our weekend of action but even beyond that what and what. The democratic national committee has in the works..

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"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

05:07 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"Some of these folks right. We're we're not jesus and listen. This comes back. i guarantee you. He's not going to be talking about donald trump's election but i don't think that that trump supporter would believe it even if jesus came down and said hey i'm jesus and by did win the election. I think his faith would be his or her. Faith would be deeply shaken by that moment. Yeah i do wanna see that short film but in the meantime before before that's made it's just a reminder on who we have to focus on as we're doing work in the coming months years to regain some sanity in our country. There is going to be a segment of the population that just not open to having conversations with us and our focus has to be a met segment of the population that is interested in improving their communities in our country. As willing to do the work whether it's knock on doors with us or turn out and vote or talk to talk to their friends and neighbors about what's important to all of us so that's what we focus on even as the media and twitter and whoever are focusing on these questionable opinions. That seem still be floating around out there. Yeah i mean they're not opinions. They're just crazy. They're griffiths really. I mean the my pillow guy and these former trump officials are making so much money l. My offers the rallies and they're selling making these movies that they're streaming and charging like sixty bucks for the download of the movie they're making millions on that trump himself is even upset with the amount of money that his former colleagues are are making on his name and with his crowd. He didn't like it in like a win. Anyone else makes money or gets attention from from his stuff. So the graft is for the trump's only the is for the trump's only and you know that's that's what this is and sadly like it reinforces what we're doing here there is such an all out blitz on the truth that happens with the right wing media especially in these alternative spaces like podcasts. And that's why it's so important that we amplify truth tellers. Because.

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"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

05:07 min | 11 months ago

"jaime" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"Some of these folks right. We're we're not jesus and listen. This comes back. i guarantee you. He's not going to be talking about donald trump's election but i don't think that that trump supporter would believe it even if jesus came down and said hey i'm jesus and by did win the election. I think his faith would be his or her. Faith would be deeply shaken by that moment. Yeah i do wanna see that short film but in the meantime before before that's made it's just a reminder on who we have to focus on as we're doing work in the coming months years to regain some sanity in our country. There is going to be a segment of the population that just not open to having conversations with us and our focus has to be a met segment of the population that is interested in improving their communities in our country. As willing to do the work whether it's knock on doors with us or turn out and vote or talk to talk to their friends and neighbors about what's important to all of us so that's what we focus on even as the media and twitter and whoever are focusing on these questionable opinions. That seem still be floating around out there. Yeah i mean they're not opinions. They're just crazy. They're griffiths really. I mean the my pillow guy and these former trump officials are making so much money l. My offers the rallies and they're selling making these movies that they're streaming and charging like sixty bucks for the download of the movie they're making millions on that trump himself is even upset with the amount of money that his former colleagues are are making on his name and with his crowd. He didn't like it in like a win. Anyone else makes money or gets attention from from his stuff. So the graft is for the trump's only the is for the trump's only and you know that's that's what this is and sadly like it reinforces what we're doing here there is such an all out blitz on the truth that happens with the right wing media especially in these alternative spaces like podcasts. And that's why it's so important that we amplify truth tellers. Because.

Interview With Real-Time Voice Changers, Jaime Bosch and Alex Bordanova

The Voice Tech Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Real-Time Voice Changers, Jaime Bosch and Alex Bordanova

"I'm highway highway. Bosch the co founder and ceo voice malt and alex borden over the director of audio experience at voice mode. Haina alex. welcome to the show. Hey karl thank you very much. Thank you happiness. The city's highest hero founder at westmont. Hey clark thanks a lot for the mutation so happy to be here. Today was great to have you both on the show. Jamie what things off by telling us. What is voice mod. What type of uses do you serve and what. What does your energy help. Those users accomplish voice with mission is to help people express themselves through silent than amplify every experience and we do these towards our bigger vision that is a world where everyone can create unique entities at the end of the day What are doing is. We evolved human connection through sound by building tools and creating spaces that allow people to sound. They way they want to sound to be hurt. The way they want to be hurt the kind of user some or the main use cases that we have today are social players sent conduct create or so for the social players. What we are adding them is the possibility to have these conversations in a moral way to react to things happening in game life and even to having more immersive experiences and also for the creator use as we are providing them a tool to make to create content and to make their life streams and their videos more entertaining. Okay so it's not just gaming is about content creation as well And i love what you said that it's about creating human connections and allowing people to make those connections in the way that they want to be heard so alex. It sounds like voice. More isn't just about voice modulations or adding cool sound effects two games. It sounds like there's a lot more to voice mud. We are helping the people to build their digital sound identities so building your digital selfish so important because that will allow people to become what they really want to be

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Drug Possession Poised to Become Misdemeanor in Washington

KIRO Nights

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Drug Possession Poised to Become Misdemeanor in Washington

"A felony before the state Supreme Court struck down our state's drug possession laws now under a new bill headed to the governor's desk. Knowing possession of drugs will be a misdemeanor car radios Hannah Scott reports. Democratic Senator Jaime Peterson says not voting for this bill leaves the state with Wild West. No criminal penalty for the possession of drugs. A stricter said it passed Bill made it a gross misdemeanor two uses a stick to get people into treatment. But the House lower that to just a misdemeanor on Lee offering treatment Something Republican Senator John Bronn says he knows won't work. If I talked about my nephew a few days ago, two days ago, he checked himself out of rehab. They found him in a hotel room dead. The governor signs the bill. Lawmakers have two years to come up with a permanent fix or revert. No law at all. Governor actually

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Houston Has Been No. 1 Destination For Many Migrant Teens

NEWS 88.7 Programming

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Houston Has Been No. 1 Destination For Many Migrant Teens

"Thousands of migrant Children and teens have arrived at the US Mexico border in the last few weeks, and Houston has become the number one destination for these teens in recent years. Once kids are processed at the border, most are reconnected with family members and restart their lives in a new country in a new language and at a new school, and that's where our immigration reporter Elizabeth Trove all picks up the story. In southwest Houston. Wisdom High School H I s T teacher Garrett Reid gather some of his students while we talk on a video call he breaks the ice with some gentle teasing comes from football. Claire, this man Group of five tell me their first names only since they have pending immigration cases. Here's how I made the football player. Hi. My name is Jaime. And from where in my life I am 18 years old. They're all from Central America. And they all traveled across Mexico into the U. S. Without a parent some just a few months ago, Jaime explains why he risked his life to come here. Says his dad who left when Jaime was a baby lives in Houston High May came to the U. S to be with him and to escape threats from gang members. All of these students have some family already living in the U. S, Like most of the thousands of kids waiting to be processed in border patrol facilities and migrant shelters in Texas and other parts of the

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Charter Busses Arriving At Downtown Dallas Convention Center Carrying Migrant Teens

Chris Krok

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Charter Busses Arriving At Downtown Dallas Convention Center Carrying Migrant Teens

"Tonight Charter bus is had been seen arriving at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Center in downtown Dallas tonight. Now they're believed to be full of immigrant teenagers. The convention center will be serving as an emergency intake shelter for the immigrant teenagers according to health and human services, as many as 3000 maybe sent to Dallas amid an influx of illegal border crossings. Now the city Councilman Jaime Jaime Resendez says the teams will be housed up to 90

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#183 Jamie Lerner Self-Care: If You Dont, Who Will? - burst 03

OC Talk Radio

15:29 min | 1 year ago

#183 Jamie Lerner Self-Care: If You Dont, Who Will? - burst 03

"We just are and were very well equipped to do it. And it's also interesting about reinvention. Is that we lose a lot of something. That is very important along the way which is south care so women are masterful in reinventing themselves and then they also are masterful in forgetting themselves. How did how did how did he know. We're going to make a transition to self care. I mean seriously on my sheet in front of the next. The next bullet point was self care and you made a wonderful trenches transition to it. So that is what. I'd like to talk about now. And and focus probably the majority of our time is self care and personal responsibility and and especially in this current cova time of chaos and confusion and and one of the things that you told me about when we chatted before the podcast was that you described your passion. Your current passion for helping people find themselves in the moment. Can you tell me what that what that means to you. Find yourself in the moment every moment that we can be present and it is just a moment by moment and establish or reestablish connection with ourselves that that is the ultimate in self care and and i think a lot of that comes from being able to manage our thoughts and then are feeling but first and foremost our thaw and i think it's important cut. We rarely slow everything down and allow ourselves to be in that moment contain. That's why one of the most important things of how we can care for ourselves and then others it's always about foul firth and then others. It's kind of a win win for everybody. Jesus talks about that. When he says you know i it's always quoted love god and love your neighbor but what's always left out is love. Love your neighbor as yourself and to me that assumes self love precedes other love the cacao kangaroo barber care for another if they're not taking care of yourself self love is sort of. it's almost frowned upon that. You are selfish. You are ego centric if you do that and and if you take care of yourself too much and yet and yet if you don't take care of yourself you're you're no good to anyone else you know want when you could on the airplane they tell you to put your mask on on first before assisting other people and there's a reason for that. That is a universal truth. We cannot care for anyone until we care for ourselves without feeling resentment and if we feel is not much then we are not caring for ourselves or another. So you know. I think people don't really understand what it means to wrap third loving arms around themselves and nourish and nurture themselves into connection. That is the most unselfish thing that you can do. And in some ways it sure responsibility if you're then going to assume the care of others whether be children or a teacher or if you're in any role where you're in a leadership role it's just not possible to do it without having spent some time with yourself and nourishing yourself and if they're self some something to give agree with you on that and i was thinking about taking care of ourselves. There's there's just a number of of ways to do that in you know we're going to get into tactics toward the end of the Of the of the of the show. But right. Now i i'd like to disorder. Get a big picture of what do you mean by taking care of yourself. I know account. I have an idea of what i need by but but i'm curious what your interpretation is kind of goes hand in hand with taking personal responsibility to understand that really. It is known responsibility to care for your responsibility to begin to have an understanding of what year in the evening for yourself and then to figure out a way a gentle loving way to kind of implement some of that self care and most people do the opposite. They expect other people to care for them. They don't even know their own news. They expect others around them to know what they need and they expect that they should be given what they need. There's this really Twisted sense of entitlement. just because the very I think the other interesting thing about women reinventing themselves then they get to hide behind all of the roles that they've taken on as they never care for themselves the end up feeling resentful. They ended up feeling overwhelmed. The end up feeling all the things that they should be feeling and yet known even knows what they need. Not even know. They haven't even taken the time to figure out like okay but only know what i need for my. What do i need to do first thing in the morning but the guy can so myself up before we take care of all these other people so to step into that role of personal responsibility for sending the morning and ask yourself now. What are what. I need so myself. That is such a loving and lovely question to ask one and then to answer it with you. Maybe coffee before. I serve an to eat something before i i just some basic things. That really remind us that we're important. How counter cultural that is because we you know we're we're thinking we always have to be givers don't we we. We can't be. we can't be takers. we can't be an it's not even really taking it's it's more of. You're giving love from an empty cup and you've got to fill that love your love cup for yourself because unless you do you end up resenting the very people that you are serving and it doesn't feel good on your and it doesn't feel good on there and either never feels good to be given some things from someone who is representing you in the process so yet to unconditionally give to hand. That is a lovely feeling for the giver and the receiver and the way we get there is by taking care of ourselves so that we can give which hand alternate goal to feel good about the giving and to feel good about the person who is receiving what your kid i have for the last year been very involved on my own in in the in the sort of tradition node as mystic christianity and the mystics and and and i'm reading people of the thirteenth to fourteenth century teresa viola saint john of the cross and and teresa viola sort of my my guru. Now and she was. She was in the fifteenth century. And they talk about spending this time in divine contempt mystical prayer. But she is very strong that you do that in doing that. You are taking care of yourself your relationship with yourself yourself in the divine how how you relate in the divine but that that then becomes the resource for helping others that so you don't you don't just folk off. Yeah you don't just focus on yourself and forget everybody else. You have to focus on yourself but then the result is it results in a self care you. You can't help but want to share that with other people tackle once again. It's a win win for every beautiful idea. Now you want. You talked about personal responsibility in that. And i've even thought about making when i make a title for this show and we'll see what happens after the show. They make the title. But i i'm working on a premise of the me. Look at my own title here. Self care your responsibility to be responsible for yourself. Well is it so you would. You says it's good. I'm glad you agree because you're not title if you said no i don't believe any of that however it's a turn off for people a lot of people do not want to be responsible from south. They feel resentful that they should have to be responsible for themselves. They feel entitled that others should be responsible for their happy. And i think that it just needs to be thought about in a different way because who would know better for you than you know and yet we expect others to know what we need what. We consider south for first and foremost look. We need the great question. People don't ask themselves that question very often. But do you want. Don't ask themselves that either but people will tell you all day long what they want and what they get is more of what they don't want so and it's always someone else's all so you know if that doesn't work very well that way no it doesn't and and how in the world like you said if we haven't even really investigated pin through the thought process of understanding what we want and what we like in life. How in the world is someone else supposed to know that you know great costal one and yet we expect them to set us fai our needs and we've not identified their their needs. I mean our our needs and how they need to respond. You know My listeners heard have heard this before. But my wife. And i for probably. We've been married thirty six years and for at least twenty five of those. If not more. We take every year between christmas and new years now. This happens throughout the year but we take an intentional time of three days away so we can have two nights in one place. You know two full days in place and we ask each other So how was i. What kind of husband was last year. What kind of wife was i. And and what do you want from me. How can i serve you in helping. You find. You know helping you fulfill your needs and so we're forcing ourselves to identify our knees and until the other person. This is what i would like fantastic. I mean that's that's a conscious of our relationship a nice guy. Yeah yeah you know a lot of good writing on that jamie is. Are you familiar with the land baton. Elaine de button depends on how you want to pronounce it. The scarlet life. You know he's rich and really good stuff on that he's ridden maybe the best stuff of love between a man and a woman as anyone is written for you know. He's just barely turned forty now but he just has has exceptional writing on that. You know what i wanna do. I i want to go a bit deeper but before we do. I'd like to take a quick break. And then we will come back. And we're going to pursue a little bit more about this personal responsibility and how the victim mentality may come into play in that. Hi there this is charlie hedges. And you're listening to the next with charlie and my very special guests. Today's jaime lerner A woman who is a therapist adventurer pleasure seeker and a cute devil tae of self care. And that's exactly what we're talking about. And and i think she has so much teaches that i've learned so much from jamie and jimmy. We've talked about a bit about personal responsibility. And that letting other people know not expecting other people to somehow somehow be able to read our minds in our souls and understand what we need. We need to articulate that. What other kinds of personal responsibility you know. We're talking about our own personal responsibility and our self care. How can i take responsibility for myself. Do you have any examples of that for me now. I think that away are rewarded in society. Forbidden since Mainstream media that. They reminded us every moment. That's come we are the victim of everything. We have no control so for me. I always suggest to people to turn off the television and to Find a new source. That is a little more emotionally intelligent. That will allow us to feel good when you're done breathing. You're listening to or watching in fetter feeling paralleling cars. We have to take personal responsibility for what we are chasing to consume and hall. We will fail one way or done firmly cloud video. You know that's brilliant. You know is that we have to take responsibility for what we consume in our media. And and i find pretty much nothing but danger when not not just. Tv in general but for me. It's tv news and tv news. You know their their purpose is to stir up controversy in stirrup.

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Jaime Masters on Creating a Mastermind

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Jaime Masters on Creating a Mastermind

"You created this masterminds of all star ball or entrepreneurs. We talk about it in depth in the book we talk about so many cool things in the book actually like how you structure masterminds and how you keep people on point heike people in the mastermind involved. How you have accountability in there. All these different things super important super meaningful for fire nation. Who's out there. And they're kind of going through this step and they're on their common path on commerce success which is joining or creating masterminds. Talk to us a little bit. About what the significance has been in your life having been in masterminds now for well over a decade this makes sense old well over a decade. Say well over a decade. Why think i think what. I didn't realize when i got into them. Was the amount of deep level of connection and vulnerability that you can get. 'cause entrepreneurship is a crazy bumpy road. No matter what even if you're making millions it's also above just so we're clear you get better at navigating problems but you don't feel so alone and this business is so low when you don't have people that you can talk to especially if you have a partner. That really isn't a business right vendor like but they think i'm crazy potentially for my growth metality and then the people that are significant to you that really know your crap because everybody's got their own perceptions in issues and they can help you navigate it as gracefully as we can as business owners and that's the goal. I don't think the goal is like getting rid of all of our problems. There will always be problems but being able to help chiel not so alone. Have other brainstorm ideas to navigate through some of these issues. That's huge significance because we need connection especially as business owners. 'cause normally i worked with a lot of clients. They're like i can do myself. I don't need anybody do myself. Right like a toddler. I love everybody very much. But i had that mentality also so letting people in is actually hard to do but also extremely fulfilling to make the journey a lot. More easy and

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House Financial Services Held Hearing on the Buying and Selling of GameStop Stock

Todd and Don

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

House Financial Services Held Hearing on the Buying and Selling of GameStop Stock

"Services Committee had a hearing on the buying and selling a Gamestop stock of the social media website. Reddit Jaime Roldos Inskeep, the founder of Red. It's Wall Street bets form, says he doesn't expect the trend of short term Trading to stop any time soon because of the success that was seen with Gamestop. Now that these retail traders have gotten the teeth for it, it's gonna be really difficult to put the cat back in on that bottle. Especially now that there's such a huge, huge collective number of them. Answer says It shouldn't be a lot of new regulation when it comes to the stock market in the future. With the

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Seattle officials pushing for 'no bail, no jail' for non-violent offenders

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Seattle officials pushing for 'no bail, no jail' for non-violent offenders

"You how covert precautions and court backlogs mean that a lot of people who get arrested don't actually end up in jail. Today Come was meant Markovich reports on a growing effort to eliminate bail altogether, except for the most serious crimes. It's a phrase you hear a lot in Seattle's community court. Everybody gets released to comes in without having to post bail. It's geared to people accused of lower level crimes that may otherwise sit in a jail cell awaiting trial because they have no money for bail. We have historic levels of backlogs and because of that, and co vid There's a tremendous push to keep non violent offenders out of jail toe, lower the jail population and pressure on judges to keep it that way. A 2019 report by judges says 77% of jail population statewide. People waiting for their trials. The bell system needs to be reformed. And some of that reform has to be through the Legislature. And that's what Seattle State Senator Jaime Peterson is hoping to do. There are an awful lot of folks who don't need to be in jail. He's paying the bill that would essentially let people accused of nonviolent crimes. Go free until their trial. No bail at all. What's the threshold of violation that you have in mind? That's a good question, and that's one of the things that we're gonna have to work out. But at the bills hearing, even the liberally minded a C L u opposed it because of some possible unintended consequences of it. We are here in opposition, as did judges who want bail reform because it still requires. Court hearings with significantly stress the entire court system. There are fewer people being held for unveil because a lot of people are being PR. That is correct. One veteran bail bondsman says More judges are P R ng I think people accused of nonviolent crimes go anyway on auto theft in a couple years ago would have been a $5000 bill will now be PR. Peterson says he's convinced his bill needs more work. And that the threshold for a bail request. Maybe a person is a threat to another. That's one of the issues that I think we're gonna need to do Some more work on here over the next year in Seattle, met Markovich Cuomo news. Edmunds. Police

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Former South Carolina Senate candidate Jaime Harrison elected DNC chair

C-SPAN Programming

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Former South Carolina Senate candidate Jaime Harrison elected DNC chair

"On Twitter, South Carolina Democrat Jaime Harrison writing I'm honored to step up his chair of the Democratic National Committee. He challenged Lindsey Graham and last November's Senate race and prior to that ran to South Carolina Democratic Party. It is first post inauguration meeting today, the DNC party, making it official Jaime Harrison

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Trump impeached again

Week In Review

03:31 min | 1 year ago

Trump impeached again

"Just. The president got impeached as all second time. that's happened. in the trump administration. What made this time different is that. Ten republicans voted to impeach including southwest washington. State's jaime herrera butler declare fire enemy. Isn't the president or the president. Elect fear is our enemy tells us what we want to hear. It incites anger and violence in fire. But it also haunts us into silence and inaction. What are you afraid of. I'm afraid of what people will say or think. I'm afraid of being devalued losing my job but i am afraid that my country will fail. I'm afraid patriots of this country have died in vain. Children won't grow up in a free country. I'm afraid in justice will prevail but truth truth sets us free from fear. Truth doesn't guarantee bad things won't happen but it does promise to always prevail in the end it has no shadows where darkness can hide with. Truth comes levin. we could use that right. My vote to impeach. Our sitting president is not a fear based decision. I am not choosing side. I'm choosing truth is the only way to defeat. Fear jaime herrera butler of the vancouver area standing up for truth there central washington's dan newhouse also voted to impeach. He started his speech with some good old. What aboutism madam speaker. This is a sad day in our republic but not a saturday disheartening as the violence we witnessed in the capital last wednesday. We are all responsible. My colleagues are responsible for not condemning writers past year like like those who barricaded the doors of the seattle police department and attempted to murder the officers. Inside that is a reference to seattle's east precinct. Building where some rioters tried to seal the twelfth avenue door with cement while officers were inside on the pine street side of the building. Someone started fire. We don't know whether they were connected. One person has been charged with arson. I don't believe anyone's charged with murder as to his Colleagues who didn't condemn violence. He didn't make clear which colleagues he means. This is house speaker nancy. pelosi september. We support peaceful demonstrations. We participate in them. They are part of the essence of our democracy that does not include looting starting fires or rioting those are they should be prosecuted list after this new house moved on to continue his speech on the house floor voting to impeach the president and he did take some responsibility others including myself are responsible for not speaking out sooner before the president misinformed at inflamed a violent mob who tore down the american flag and brutally beat capital police officers adam speaker. We must all do better. These articles of impeachment are flawed. But i will not use process as an excuse. There's no excuse for president trump's actions. The president took an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic last week there was a domestic threat at the door of the capitol and he did nothing to stop it. That is why with a heavy heart and clear resolve. I will vote. Yes on these articles of impeachment

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Biden picks Jaime Harrison for DNC chair

C-SPAN Programming

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Biden picks Jaime Harrison for DNC chair

"Elect Biden planning to select former South Carolina Senate candidate Jaime Harrison to chair the Democratic National Committee. He had run the South Carolina State Party before challenging Senator Lindsey Graham. Last year. Access dot com reporting that Harrison will replace outgoing DNC chair Tom Perez

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110: Insurrection at the Capitol: Whats Broken and How to Fix It - burst 02

Red, Blue, and Brady

02:24 min | 1 year ago

110: Insurrection at the Capitol: Whats Broken and How to Fix It - burst 02

"I do like Josh M A Virginia and I was participating in various of the public fora along with a lot of other people on both sides around Virginia's potential action following the horrific shooting in Virginia Beach. I was standing sort of on the field flanking the capital am talking to some other people and one of the team actually Christian Jaime who worked at C S TV and is it Brady has been involved in the movement for a long time came over to me and said I want you to move you need to move away from where you are and I looked over and there were two men standing next to me with AR-15s. And the minute I saw it. I felt like I was going to vomit and they looked very hostile and it was terrifying to me and let's face it for a lot of us who were involved in the gun violence prevention movement. I personally have not experienced gun violence in my life. It is sad to me that we have so many people in our country who either have been victims of gun violence or have lost people who they're very close to family members to gun violence who are having to advocate in this environment and I think Wednesday members of Capitol Hill regardless of the party affiliation the terror that you see on their faces isn't because they were afraid that they would get beaten up. They were afraid that people had concealed guns and breached the capital and knock on through the magnetometers and they were afraid for their lives. This is America off. And it doesn't have to be this way. And I think everyone needs to put themselves in that situation and understand what's really at stake for people to come out and exercise their first amendment rights to say things and fully participate in our society and it should not be that someone second amendment rights in any way Trump those thoughts and that's the balance that truly has been lost that we need to reinvigorate and and now back into our public discourse and use this opportunity to act meaningfully reform our gun violence laws across this nation.

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Biden announces all-female White House communications team

The Daily Beans

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Biden announces all-female White House communications team

"The newly minted. Staffers named to the white house office of digital strategy included number of longtime democratic operatives. Many of whom worked for biden's presidential campaign. The group will be asked not only to recreate the digital operation that helped defeat donald but to build out an operation that follows a president who wielded more social media power than any of his predecessors which is what he's done unfortunately so rob flaherty who worked as the digital director of the biden campaign. He's gonna assume. The role of director of digital strategy white house. Jaime lopez will work as director platforms and brandon cohen who previously served as the deputy director of editorial on the biden campaign. He's going to serve as a platform manager of the digital operation. So they're going to be joined by. Jonathan hebron as video director and chronic would as the creative director both of whom held similar roles on the biden campaign as he was running. Biden's digital team is expected to focus on many of the same tactics and help the former vice president's campaign working directly with digital content creators and influencers to expand the administration's reach this builds on work. That was done in the final years of the obama administration where the president would routinely appear on platforms outside the normal venues for the commander in chief. And i think we're learning through like amc and a lot of people that like tiktok and those streaming things are going to be a good way to reach the younger generation. So there's a host of other digital operatives that are going to fill out this office of digital strategy. We got visors designer livia raizner as traveling content director without rebecca rank vic and christian tom as the deputy directors of digital strategy and cameron trimble as the director of digital engagement. All worked on biden's campaign and biden said today after being briefed on foreign policy that he's facing considerable roadblocks to transition especially from trump allies in the pentagon and the office of management and budget. So i honestly. I don't think joe biden is going to be silent about these issues. He's clearly frustrated with the interference from outgoing loser. And i think he's gonna start beginning more vocal about it. Yeah this is kind of an interesting signal right. Because everyone's like oh he's gonna be for unity and he's just going to ignore all that stuff and be super kind but he was kind of pissed today in his public remarks. He's like yeah. I'm facing roadblocks in the middle of a deadly pandemic from the assholes at the pentagon

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Interview With Jaime Z

When I'm High

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Jaime Z

"People. Thank you for turning on this podcast as you hopefully know this is the podcast where we talk about what it's like to be high and sometimes we talk about some other things so yet again. We are here with a new interview subject today. We have jamie jamie. I think she has some history with cannabis but also in addition to which obviously we're going to talk about her history and what it's like but she also is the co founder of a recreational cannabis startup. So jamie please tell the folks about who you are and a bit more about this this cannabis startup share. So i have been working on all sorts of community engagement for years. And because of that i was invited to join a perception farms which has applied for several dispensary licenses and a craft girl license in the state of illinois and we are very equity based which the state's requirements are that but we are really sharing equity with all of the employees as part of our business model as opposed to just hiring one person that will then receive a minimum of fifty one percent of of the of the each so really a co-op model and trying to distribute wealth throughout communities in the chicago area. That's really awesome. Can you actually go a little bit more indepth. Because i'm sure a lot of people don't fully know all what's involved in this. The equity that illinois has put forth in terms of the cannabis legalisation that they did at the beginning of. I think it was the beginning of this year. Twenty twenty and. I can't even remember all the details myself. Obviously you don't need to go through every single little thing but can you give us just a little bit more information on what that is and then what that specifically means for your employees. Yes so in illinois really. The folks who infant carrying the burden of illegal cannabis throughout most of our history have been primarily people of color and illinois. Really wanted to make sure that as they embraced legalization that though was You know people who had been would be considered most underrepresented in the field of of cannabis in the legal cannabis recreation market that they have an opportunity for ownership because they have been the most impacted by by the war on cancer. Best and so it was really interesting. How illinois setup all of its laws and it systems in its application for the first round none of which is perfect in. There's a lot of lawsuits happening around that right now but really they wanted the lawmakers and the people that wrote the bill really wanted to ensure that there wasn't more perpetuation of white males owning and running all of the cannabis companies in illinois but really trying to support community members on actually people of color in illinois as license holders. Women are represented very much either in that space and so i'm a little bit unique in that way but still await person and so we really messed up and did a lot of interviewing and engaging with people who were important state would identify as a social equity applicants so that they lived in a region of state that was in most impacted by the war on cannabis. Or they were. They had a minor on a minor. Drug related offense on their record. That would actually be deleted by the new legalization of cannabis in illinois. I think those were like violent and it was under a certain amount and correcting But even with that there might just gonna ticket in the last few years that cook county at least in chicago has been pretty light on that. But in terms of your reprimand was if you're caught with cannabis and weren't supposed to have it before. It was legal but before that i mean in the situation could have been pretty graham. You could have gone to jail. It could've really lost part of your life and had a permanent record against you by having a is not really a big amount of cannabis on you. So that the way the law was structure. They were really trying to make amends reparations for those community members. Yeah i mean as much as they possibly can yet lives have been just absolutely ruined by

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Ocasio-Cortez projected to win second term in House

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Ocasio-Cortez projected to win second term in House

"Where Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez gets a second term in New York Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper knocks out incumbent Senator Cory Gardner. Democrat Mark Kelly flips the Arizona Senate seat filled by Martha McSally MC Sally was appointed to fill the term left by Senator John McCain. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell hangs on to his seat, but is said to be less optimistic about keeping his top post in the chamber and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham defeats Jaime Harrison and a very expensive and tough race

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Democrats projected to retain control of the House of Representatives

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats projected to retain control of the House of Representatives

"Will retain control of the House of Representatives. That's a big win for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Purpose in this race was to win so that we could protect the affordable care act and that will crush the virus that we could reward our workers who risked their lives to save lives and now might be losing their jobs. Going into the race. Republicans needed to flip nearly 20 seats to regain control. Republican Senator from South Carolina, Lindsey Graham defeated Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison in his Senate race, Harrison raised a ton of money from outside the state of South Carolina, to which Graham tells his supporters to all the posters after you have no idea what you're doing. And all the levels in California, New York, You wasted a lot of money. This is the worst return on investment in the history of American politics. You're listening to

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"jaime" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"jaime" Discussed on KCRW

"Tonight. I'll talk about it. I'm not awake so the votes were counted the next any former vice president will be watching results from his home in Delaware. President Trump will watch the results from the White House. Incumbent Senator Lindsey Graham is in the political fight of his life today against Democrat Jaime Harrison, South Carolina Public Radio's Victoria Hansen. Reports. Jaime Harrison calls the three term senator a relic of the old South. Who frequently flip flops on issues, citing the appointment of U. S Supreme Court Justice Abie Cockney Barrett Grahame helped a lot President Obama from appointing the justice. Harrison says Grant should be focused on the pandemic. Center Graham, it says the nation's economy can't shut down again. He calls Harrison, a liberal who supports House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and says the money he raised is from Democrats outside the state. Who dislike his support for the president for NPR news on Victoria Hansen in South Carolina, Many Americans are wondering what's next. In cities like Detroit. Big box stores like Marshals are already bracing for unrest by boarding up windows and limiting store hours. But Detroit police chief James Craig told NPR any Inciting of violence more than likely to come from outside agitators. I'm telling you, we're not hearing it. And shofar. Polls have been open since seven o'clock. We're not seeing it. We're gonna have a great day today in destroy President Trump narrowly won Michigan in 2016 on Wall Street. The Dow was up 550 for the NASDAQ up 202 points. An S and P Gained 58 This's NPR. Around the world nations have been closely watching the events of this election year. With today's vote of extraordinary interest Americans living abroad could make an impact in this year's presidential race. NPR's Alan or Beardslee reports vote from abroad. Websites have reported double the traffic compared with the last presidential election. In 2016 only 7% of the estimated three million voters abroad cast a ballot this year. Nonpartisan Overseas voter organizations say that number could double South Carolinian Eliza Blackman O'Keefe lives in London and volunteers with Democrats abroad this year. There's this huge explosion of interesting questions. Blackman Oki thinks Evident. Trump is the biggest motivating factor. There's an awareness that he's dangerous because things that the US does has an impact on the rest of the world. Republicans abroad say their registration numbers are way up to nearly half of voters abroad are registered in 17 tightly contested states. Eleanor Beardsley NPR NEWS PARIS In a formal notification to Congress, the State Department has cleared the way For the potential sale of four sophisticated US made aerial drones to Taiwan. The sale likely to anger China. The Trump Administration previously loosened policy on the export of sophisticated and closely guarded drone technology. That deal would be the first such sales since then. I'm Louise Schiavone. NPR news Washington Hey, we made it today.

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Jaime Harrison, Graham challenger, raises record $57 million

Freakonomics Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Jaime Harrison, Graham challenger, raises record $57 million

"Democrat Jaime Harrison shattered congressional fundraising records for a single quarter is NPR's Joel Rose, reports Harrison brought in $57 million in his campaign against Republican incumbent Senator Lindsey Graham. Jamie Harrison's campaign says the $57 million Hall was the most in a single three month period by any Senate candidate Lindsey Graham's campaign has not released fundraising totals for the latest quarter. Graham told Fox News. He was quote getting killed financially unquote by Harrison. But Graham's campaign questions whether the money will make any difference. South Carolina hasn't elected a Democrat to the Senate since 1998 No polls show the race is very competitive. Graham will be in the spotlight this week as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which will consider the nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

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