20 Burst results for "Jakobsen"

"jakobsen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"More than 15 futures in commodities terms which are trading into backwardation meaning that incoming is an even tighter commodity market on top of the fact that as an asset this is where you can seek protection Well the back end of the curves in gas the back end of the curves in oil are all constricting to say the least on a bigger escalation or a more sizable invasion conflict whatever way the political elite defined this what would a major invasion mean for the oil market steam was showing oil trying to get to a $100 and stay there Where would it go to in your view and would it remain at a higher level As you know it's very difficult to say where would it go to what will happen is that natural gas in particular and oil will go higher and head higher than the trajectory right now which I think I'm consensus is 110 $120 during the year this year and next year So that will put another additional $10 on the WW TI crude and it will add probably 25 30% even 40% to the natural gas prices which in itself will again make this whole story about talking transitory or temporary inflation go away immediately And then we move all of a sudden into a 1970s environment supply constraints energy impulses going much much higher creating this environment of potentially even stagflation That's the worst case not my base case obviously Okay a stagflationary shot get out the flow of steam Hopefully we've also got a few pairs of those from the 70s Chief economist dean jakobsen our guest in the studio just not riding the desk.

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"jakobsen" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Three weeks. But i won't mention any names please. No daniel one of our pilgrims is three sage winner here and he finishes up in the green jersey alba's quite straight year speaking to them. Just now i just how she finishes time-trial we'll hear from him. In a moment. I was quite struck. By the way that he was holding himself. I spoke to him in burgos after stage. One and gm kept coughing. He in kuala discomfort and you can see the scars on his face and on his throat from his accident. And those were kind of the things i suppose. I was focused on the very symbolic where he's come from looking at him. No he's holding himself in a very confident very assured way we're used to seeing right. Over the course of a grand tour seeing their bodies break seemingly diminished. He looks more cold than more. More more self-assured person as well as obviously the winner of the green jersey on having proven that he's back on the very top level. Brinson the big thing for me and i mentioned it before is how quickly people forget how good jakobsen walls before the accident and the accident itself overshadowed while he did in the first three or four years of his career and i think he was on course to become the dominant sprinter in the world. And i am slice. Surprised that he's he's picked that threat as quickly on. I'm not going to say easily. Because i'm sure we'll it has been torture for a times. But he himself you can tell is quite keen to move on from well talking about the accident Crash and.

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"jakobsen" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"At least the actually avoided the original crash and kind of just got free on the right inside and then he was just hit from behind which took down into into the side of the road. Lookie that once again we have done in the kit which has saved a lot. The injuries We'll obviously assessing now. After the race book he he was able to come across the finish line in innovative. Yeah i mean he was. He was in pain on the on the way into the line. So doctors will see and we'll make a judgment but he was safe to continue to get to the finish. And that was the main thing is we checked improperly. After the crash make sure he wasn't came to the finish and couldn't i will keep assess the name for the donnay's is definitely coming going in the right direction yesterday. Third today a trend continues to more sprint. Finishes and he'll be the winner and dsm certainly need a win one of the few teams. What one of the few welter team still waiting for. Grand tour stage victory this season but just on the spring. It was a slightly unusual. Wasn't it because. I think the speed was knocked off so much after the crash you know. It was another five k. Brealey before that going again so it was a different and slightly truncated lead out for for the finish but just a word for jakobsen who obviously one yesterday found himself in the ideal position and still managed to find his way through it was it was impressive. Move by epson is brewing into quite a battle between these two philipson jakobsen and it's quite so many potential sprint finishes still to come It's good to see that we've got this well matched contest between the two of them and of course they not just going for stage wins but the race for the green jersey is up for grabs as well as i said just one pointing with philipson taking the green jersey back from jakobsen today and with the the number of points on offer at the intermediate sprint does mean they stages of got a bit more going for them than than just basically waiting for the wind sock to pick up or bracing yourself for crushes. Well what we're expecting tomorrow. Chances are nasty kick at the end. At least there is according to the road book. I'm sure you've dug a little bit deeper daniel. M wha what do we expect an omen chaps a poem to who might do well to mark so the finish tomorrow officially digest. Pass them by the. I didn't hear them assam woman. Our osama bin very good extremely good you sit on top of your game rich have not been here and the finish tamar in kierra which is in the valencian community..

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"jakobsen" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Going to enjoy as a team Sit down and other at barrett's you tonight make toast. Yeah really lovely. Read it to be appalled. What of course. It was an extremely significant important day for abuse in the whole team but also particularly for flowing. Finish out his leader man. Who did well. He said up jakobsen perfectly today and al was while he was leading out jakobsen on the day when he crashed in poland lost year sandwich. Say that with about four hundred meters to go in poland as the crash was unfolding. He took pulled almost to the side of the road just inside the barriers expecting to see yacob's raises arms and what he saw instead was buyers flying in yet because yacob centered crafts. Am senator. al made his way quickly to where the crash it happened. And he was the first on the scene in fact the first to attend to yacob's because there were there were other people who had rushed across the road. I don't know whether the already paramedic stab at the focus. Initially on a photographer who was clearly very badly injured but senate. Xiao saw his friend his teammate. His face in the worst senate show us with had exploded he. It was unrecognisable and essential panicking. Am he could see how much blood jakobsen was losing. And he thought that he was dying in front of his eyes and he said lifted his head slightly. He said to to to make sure the the blood flow down into his system or back the other way into his brain too much blood and and well fortunately happily was saved and his family. Yeah family of credited. Senate shower with saving jakobsen's life. Senate showers if he's batted away those suggestions but he himself has suffered law of last year and and few months he i understand. He had counseling for several months after the crash because he couldn't sleep and he was having flashbacks himself. And what he he has said consistently. I've lost year. Or so is that that their destinies are forever linked now he jakobsen jakobsen he and jakobsen. He feels they've well that they're going to be lifelong friends and It was very fifteen. He was there today. When yacob's and claimed this win and rich spicer finish out of the finish line. I've learned a very emotional day. For fabio and i guess for you as well because you with aaron polling last year when it will happen squeezy for five ios nice moment. I am before him because i was there. When you crush important..

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Can Australia and China learn to get along?

Between The Lines

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Can Australia and China learn to get along?

"Tensions with china. Australia's tried stash with. China has escalated sharply with savage new tariff. Sit hit our wine industry hard from tomorrow. All australian wine will be hit with a one hundred to two hundred per cent hike. A move gross. I will devastate the industry. There was an abc news account of china hitting our wine sector of course assign deterioration of sino australian relations in the past. Gee indeed relationship between our nations have not been so dismal in more than half a century that is since before them opened ties with communist china. Mainland we give expression to new international album. No nation is on you. Aspirations symbolize law china upon our region. That was then prime minister. Gough whitlam ushering in a new era of cooperation between beijing and camber that was in nineteen seventy three. However in the past year in response to cambridge calls for an inquiry into the origins of covid nineteen. The chinese government has launched an unprecedented economic retaliation against our export industries. We mentioned one. Is bali. Beef lamb cotton lobster timber call and so on. Now you might ask not unreasonably. Why can't cambridge just restore relations with china indeed. How often have you heard the critics. Say if only camera toned down its rhetoric. Restored a dialogue rebuild trust with beijing. If the government did all these things did more to accommodate china all would be well instead where told cambra native sleep provokes trade partner by implementing foreign interference laws rejecting the wildlife. Fog j. network beat and calling for an inquiry into the origins of the crown of ours. Now that's what the critics site and you've heard many of them on this show in recent years. The hugh watt the jeff rabies. The stephen fitzgerald's the linda jakobsen's the giants lawrenson and some of them. however kanchana really rise peacefully. And is it really fair to say that when there's trouble it's invariably the fault of either washington's hawkish policies or a net australian diplomacy. How do you deal with our largest trade partner that is converting its economic might into strategic and military clout. Well we have a terrific panel is political editor of the sydney morning herald paid. His forthcoming book is called red zone. China's challenge australia's future as published by lacking books. Get i paid. I welcome back to national tomo. As a pleasure and she'll mahbubani is a distinguished fellow at the national university of singapore's asia research institute keisha. Most recent book is called. Has china won. The chinese challenge to american promessi k. Show it's also a pleasure to welcome you back to between the lines especially it'd be backed up now. Many australians as you will know are understandably anxious about what they see. Is china's discrimination against australia. What do you think is targeting. Us and abbey's measures against our exports justified in your judgment. Let me try tom to be very frank and help flow by giving you. What's that regional exception of australia. In the larger context the world has changed. We have gone from the euro than domination of world history to us. The ancient century and australia is very lucky that it is situated in the heart of issues now but australia still behaves culturally a western society in an asian dominated environment. And just to give you one simple example but you walk into an asian home. Most times you take off your shoes. That's asian culture. This not western culture the take off your shoes now with decide their fall to live and work in sight and asian home. Do you want to try and understand the issue norms or do you want to work. Only with western nas. That's the fundamental question that australia faces. Well you have risen case your that as westin palace slowly but steadily received from asia australia could be lifted stranded together with new zealand as the sole western entities in asia and paid a casual guys on following on from what he just said that quote as western power recedes. Globally australia's predominantly western population could feel very isolated and lonely. Niger asia paid a hatchet. How would you respond to katia model. Bonnie depends on how you define whist and tom If western society western values includes retaining liberties if it allows us to have free speech freedom of association freedom to choose our governments and reject them. Then i think straightens would happily subscribe to the definition of wisden

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Shiri Azenkot on Accessible Virtual Realities

Good Code

08:51 min | 2 years ago

Shiri Azenkot on Accessible Virtual Realities

"Our guest today is serious and Gut. She's an assistant professor of information science at the Jakobsen Technion Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech her research focuses on accessible technology and recently she. We started looking more closely at accessibility. In virtual augmented and mixed realities I sat down with her in November at Cornell attack and I began by asking her what brought her to this area research and why accessibility was important to her. I have I have always had a connection with accessibility. I have a disability myself. have low vision. And that's a visual impairment. That can't be fully corrected with eyeglasses glasses or contact lenses so it means that I have difficulty seeing but I still have a lot of vision. I'm not blind and growing up. I was always given all of these. Various assistive technologies and I always hated them I advocates. They were always designed in a way that was incredibly unattractive active to look like medical devices. They were different than what my friends were using. They were really expensive. You know there was no choice involved. They couldn't pick out what was desirable to me and I was stigmatizing to be perfectly honest so I didn't want anything to do with assistive technology. I didn't want anything to do with low vision with disability with blindness I was I was totally anti this whole thing altogether and I went to college legit. I studied computer science and then I became a software developer and at some point I started to wonder what was next for me. I felt like what I was doing. Really didn't have the kind of impact on the world that made me happy that made me feel fulfilled so I started getting interested. Did in going back to Grad School in computer science and doing more research and I came across accessibility as a research area and the work that I found it really really resonated with me because these researchers were saying that they were describing the same things that I had experienced. They were saying that current assistive technologies were not designed in way that was usable that provided a good user experience. They stigmatized the user. Hit me suddenly that this this is not necessarily okay. The way things had to be it clicked all of a sudden you now look more specifically at extended reality technologies so also known as X.. Art Technologies the incumbents things. Virtual augmented mixed realities. Can you just for the people who would not know exactly what these mean. Can you just give us us a sort of an overview of what that encompasses and what that means. Sure so ex are is one of many terms for this new New Paradigm of computing. So it's basically the idea that we have virtual elements that are embedded in the real world so a lot of people have probably seen pokemon go though. This is An augmented reality applications. So you have these pokemon which are virtual right and you you find them embedded or are located in the real world around you so this is one form of czar and then if you take this to the extreme you can yourself can be completely really immersed in a virtual world so you can put on an Oculus or some other kind of Vr headset and feel like you are more or less uh in another world. So what's the difference. Exactly between augmented a virtual and mixed reality so there are different definitions. One that I like to use. It says that makes reality. Is this entire continuum and on one end we have reality. And all the way on the other end we have Virtual tool reality with virtual reality like I was just describing VR. You're wearing a headset for example. And you're immersed in this virtual world different world and anywhere in between only part of your environment has virtual elements. It could be something small like Pokemon that appears or or we you and I could be sitting in a virtual room but I could still see your face so your faces real but then everything else you have. An avatar body could be virtual rule so that would be much closer on that continuum to the virtual reality end of it. And and so you. You believe that. These technology has a great potential for accessibility enhancing accessibility to people with different types of disabilities. Why is that? Why does that? Specific technology hold so much promise in that field. Well it's two things really so i. I believe that this technology is becoming mainstream. So what I mean by that. Is that right now. You know we typically use our phones throughout the day we typically sit in front of our computers. You know a lot of us might have a fitbit or some other device that's honest a wearable device and what what we see now. There's there's been a ton of research on virtual and augmented reality throughout the last few decades. But now it's starting to gain some traction action and it's becoming mainstream. This is coming to everyone to consumers. And we're GONNA see a huge shift. In general of how people are using technology how people are interacting with computing devices. What motivates me in in relation to accessibility is really two things? The first one is the need to make this mainstream technology fully the accessible. If we don't make sure that a blind person can use virtual reality application or a deaf person can experience virtual tool experience then these populations these people will just be marginalized from all kinds of different Experiences and applications of this new technology. So that's that's on the on the one hand and on the other hand I also think that this new type of computing technology can solve a lot of accessibility needs so so for example. Let's say a person with low vision might have difficulty Way Finding you might have difficulty getting from campus purpose to a nearby store for sighted person. You can okay you can easily pull out your phone pullout Google maps and you can use it to navigate their but for a person with low vision. It might be very difficult difficult to see the map on their phone and keep track of their environment and walk all at the same time. So it's a great opportunity to be able to use augmented reality so we can augment the users path with this virtual indicator of where they can go so that's just one example of a need of a certain population of people with disabilities that I think can be addressed with this new type of technology cularly. Well yeah more specifically used to As you were just starting to say you study ways to design for people with with low vision. You've done a lot of work on that. Now I understand from your own history but why these group of people also why not look look the blind or the blind and visually impaired in general. That's a good question So yes I do myself have low vision. But that's not the only the reason that I study low vision so I did in fact start designing technology for blind people people who have no vision when I was in graduate school but what I was finding was that there's actually very little research on technology for people with low vision and unload vision in general at the same time. There's a ton of research on technology technology for blind people and I thought this was really interesting and I think that one of the reasons for this is that it's much easier to understand blindness you you can close your eyes and more or less experience. What a blind person is experiencing at a certain point in time but then when it comes to low vision? It's incredibly difficult to to describe what someone sees and I know this personally my entire life people have been asking me. What can you see and I really don't know how to answer that question because first of all I don't have a baseline I don't know what you can see and second of all it changes with time and space and context and there's so much more to seeing than you know whether I can recognize a letter on a chart or whether I can recognize you from I'm across the hall? So Vision is incredibly complicated. So that's a major challenge but it's also it's incredibly interesting and it made you the perfect person to understand. Try to grapple. Yes so I do think I have unique insight here and I think that's incredibly important when doing research I think it's important important to leverage. What whatever you personal experiences in insights? We have to our

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"jakobsen" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"The robot may return the welter the the spanish robot with a spanish accent discount code for scientists sport but thank you to them and that we're looking ahead to the vuelta. Well you guys are there for the for the early shift. The welte is on past well recent history a race sort of burst into life primarily on 'em traditionally with the way the courses and so on it doesn't have the well certainly this year the jiro 'em was on. It was a slow burn. Wasn't it the jiro. If ever actually began burning toll ah the vuelta is more of kind of firecracker it gets off to an interesting star and and carries on and it looks like a very are you open race. I mean we've got. I think two exceptionally strong teams haven't way you bubis ma with rogue lich and crows wake and astana have those quite surprisingly strong team with yacob phil-sang who crashed out at the tour he's back for the vuelta and alongside miguel anghel lopez pez superman and return of superman on the wireless the wireless oh we've missed superman man having played <hes> but yeah i mean what what are we expecting from this vuelta study. I'm just telling my head here that the eighteen reuters most likely to win a stage in descending order sam bennett phenomenal gaviria premiums rogue lich robert fabio jakobsen cut pas superman st ball got number eight.

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Jason Witten, Cowboys And Analyst discussed on Drive Time Sports

Drive Time Sports

00:12 sec | 3 years ago

Jason Witten, Cowboys And Analyst discussed on Drive Time Sports

"Jakobsen after a year away from the game. Jason Witten is return to the Cowboys coming out of retirement to play a sixteenth season. Witten was disappointing in his role as a TV analyst and debated during the season. Whether or not

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"jakobsen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I think that. The reason why Nancy Pelosi is still the speaker of the house, and she's she's she's not in step with people. But I think that is actually a because she's powerful and nobody likes to give up power. But also as a way to retreat, I think the, you know, the the hip Democrats are taking the party into a deeply socialist direction and the hip replacement Democrats are all kind of staying away from that. And I think in some ways, it's smart, if you were if you were a chess player, you would say, let's just keep this as a way to fall back. Don't put anybody in the leadership of these New Democrats because in case, the twenty twenty election is disastrous we may have to reverse course, and go back underground and be quiet socialist. But make no mistake, you're not talking about with these hip, Democrats, socialism that is talking about welfare you're talking about turning off the free market system democratic socialism, right? Yeah. There's an article in vox by Britain by a writer. Jakobsen magazine, who's a socialist magazine is important to keep pounding this. So people understand what a democrat democratic socialist is this is written by a democratic socialist quote in the main socialist outlet. That's that's where she works. She wrote this for vox, I'm a staff writer at the socialist magazine. Jackson, a member of the democratic socialists of America. Here's the truth in the long run democratic socialist want to end capitalism, a robust welfare state in an economy. That's still organize around capitalist prophets can mitigate the worst inequalities for a while. But the best it's a temporary truce between bosses and workers and one the former will look to scrap as soon as they can many observers see groups like the pushing for policies like Medicare for all decide that we must be actually something like new deal liberals who are simply confused about the meaning of socialism at green new deal. That's not true. Our goal is not to reign in the excesses of capitalism. A few decades at a time. We want to end our societies subservience to the market Medicare for all. Well, as an instructive example winning single payer healthcare in the US would be an enormous relief to the millions of.

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"jakobsen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"I think that the reason why Nancy Pelosi is still the speaker of the house, and she's she's. She's not in step with people. But I think that is actually a because she's powerful and nobody likes to give a power, but also as a way to retreat, I think the, you know, the the hip Democrats are taking the party into a deeply socialist direction and the hip replacement Democrats are all kind of staying away from that. And I think in some ways, it's smart, if you were if you were a chess player, you would say let's keep this as a way to fall back. Don't put anybody in the leadership of these New Democrats because in case, the twenty two thousand election is disastrous we may have to reverse course, and go back underground and be quiet socialist. But make no mistake, you're not talking about with these hip, Democrats, socialism that is talking about welfare you're talking about turning off the free market system democratic socialism, right? Yeah. There's an article in vox by Britain by a writer. Jacob and magazine who's a socialist magazine is important to keep pounding this. So people understand what a democrat democratic socialist is this is written by a democratic socialist quote in the main socialist outlet Jason. That's that's where she works. She wrote this for vox, I'm a staff writer at the socialist magazine Jakobsen and member of the democratic socialists of America. And here's the truth in the long run democratic socialist want to end capitalism, a robust welfare state in an economy. That's still organized around capitalist prophets can mitigate the worst inequalities for awhile. But best it's a temporary truce between bosses and workers and one the former will look to scrap as soon as they can many observers see groups like the DSM pushing policies like Medicare for all in decide that we must be actually something like new deal liberals who are simply confused about the meaning of socialism at green new deal. That's not true. Our goal is not to reign in the excesses of capitalism. Few decades at a time. We want to end our societies subservience to the market Medicare for all. Is an instructive example winning single payer healthcare in the US would be an enormous relief to the millions of Americans who.

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"jakobsen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"That. Reason why Nancy Pelosi is still the speaker of the house, and you know, she's she's she's not in step with people. But I think that is actually a because she's powerful and nobody likes to give power. But also as a way to retreat, I think the, you know, the the hip Democrats are taking the party into a deeply socialist direction and the hip replacement Democrats are all kind of staying away from that. And I think in some ways, it's smart, if you were if you were a chess player, you would say, let's just keep this as a way to fall back. Don't put anybody in leadership of these New Democrats because in case, the twenty twenty election is disastrous we may have to reverse course, and go back underground and be quiet socialist. But make no mistake, you're not talking about with these hip, Democrats, socialism that is talking about welfare you're talking about turning off the free market system. Never critic socialism, right? Yeah. There's an article in vox by Britain by a writer. Jakobsen magazine, who's a socialist magazine is important to keep pounding this. So people understand what a democrat democratic socialist is this is written by a democratic socialist quote in the main socialist outlet. That's that's where she works. She wrote this for vox, I'm a staff writer at the socialist magazine Jakobsen, a member of the democratic socialists of America. And here's the truth in the long, run democratic socialists. Want to end capitalism, a robust welfare state in Konami? That's still organize around capitalist profits can mitigate the worst inequalities for awhile. But best it's a temporary truce between bosses and workers and one the former will look to scrap as soon as they can many observers see groups like the pushing for policies like Medicare for all in decide that we must be actually something new deal liberals who are simply confused about the meaning of socialism agreeing new deal. That's not true. Our goal is not to reign in the excesses of capitalism. A few decades at a time. We want to end our societies subservience to the market Medicare for all. Is an instructive example winning single payer healthcare in the US would be an enormous relief to the.

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"jakobsen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Law enforcement is warning about thieves tackling your mailbox, we'll have the latest at eleven on NewsRadio twelve hundred w. Okay. I think that the reason why Nancy Pelosi is still the speaker of the house, and you know, she's she's. She's not in step with people. But I think that is actually a because she's powerful and nobody likes to give a power, but also as a way to retreat, I think the, you know, the the hip Democrats are taking the party into a deeply socialist direction and the hip replacement Democrats are all kind of staying away from that. And I think in some ways, it's smart, if you were if you were a chess player, you would say, let's just keep this as a way to fall back. Don't put anybody in the leadership of these New Democrats because in case, the twenty twenty election is disastrous we may have to reverse course, and go back underground and be quiet socialist. But make no mistake, you're not talking about with these hip, Democrats, socialism that is talking about welfare you're talking about turning off the free market system. Never critic socialism, right? Yeah. There's an article in vox by Britain by a writer. Jakobsen magazine, who's a social socialist magazine is important to keep pounding this. So people understand what a democrat democratic socialist is this is written by a democratic socialist quote in the main socialist outlet. That's that's where she works. She wrote this for vox, I'm a staff writer at the socialist magazine Jakobsen and a member of the democratic socialists of America. Here's the truth in the long run democratic socialist want to end capitalism, a robust welfare state in an economy. That's still organized around capitalist profits can mitigate the worst inequalities for awhile. But best it's a temporary truce between bosses and workers and one the former will look to scrap as soon as they can many observers see groups like the DSM pushing for policies like Medicare for all in decide that we must be actually something like new deal liberals who are simply confused about the meaning of socialism that green new deal. That's not true. Our goal is not to reign in the excesses of capitalism. A few decades at a time. We want to end our societies subservience to the market Medicare for all. As an instructive example winning single payer healthcare in the US would be an enormous relief to.

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"jakobsen" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on KTOK

"Three seven four six. I think that the reason why Nancy Pelosi is still the speaker of the house, and she's she's she's not in step with people. But I think that is actually a because she's powerful and nobody likes to give up power. But also as a way to retreat, I think the, you know, the the hip Democrats are taking the party into a deeply socialist direction and the hip replacement Democrats are all kind of staying away from that. And I think in some ways, it's smart, if you were if you were chess player, you would say, let's just keep this as a way to fall back. Don't put anybody in the leadership of these New Democrats because in case, the twenty twenty election is disastrous we may have to reverse course, and go back underground and be quiet socialist. But make no mistake, you're not talking about with these hip, Democrats, socialism that is talking about welfare you're talking about turning off the free market system democratic socialism, right? Yeah. There's an article in vox by Britain by a writer at Jakobsen magazine, who's a social socialist magazine is important to keep pounding this. So people understand what Democrats democratic socialist is this is written by a democratic socialist quote in the main socialist outlet, that's where she works. She wrote this for vox, I'm a staff writer at the socialist magazine Jacob and a member of the democratic socialists of America. Here's the truth in the long run democratic socialist want to end capitalism, a robust welfare state in the economy. That's still organized around capitalist prophets can mitigate the worst inequalities for awhile. But best it's a temporary truce between bosses and workers and one the former will look to scrap as soon as they can many observers see groups like the pushing for policies like Medicare for all and decide that we must be actually something like new deal liberals who are simply confused about the meaning of socialism at green new deal. That's not true. Our goal is not to reign in the excesses of capitalism. A few decades at a time. We want to end our. Our societies subservience to the market Medicare for all is an instructive example winning single payer healthcare in the US would be an enormous relief.

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"jakobsen" Discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on Between The Lines

"I think the Americans often bitter rhetoric than we have on human rights. There is no problem for us at all in the US expecting us to do this or that. And we don't want to do it quite the reverse. It is out national desire to entail me in our phys and to keep the US committed to acid curiosity and to our region. I don't think it's a question of us. Becoming more independent in thinking, we could not be more independent than we are. It is a question. Nonetheless of trying to keep the US committed to ask Curie and trying to protect that core national interests while at the same time to searing the most constructive relationship that we can with John, and if the United States isn't going to be committed to a status security in the same manner, and fashion that it has until now because we're living in such a new ever will in we'd have to triple defense budget and so forth. But there's no indication of that as yet. In fact, we have been very another element of national success has been getting the Americans to commit to marines in down getting vastly increased intelligence intimacy between a stroller and Americans continuing to get the very best American military equipment, which now other LX Britain in the world gets and indeed our influence with America continues to. Be very big part of coin in Asia. But if America is drifting away from either authentic, it is as strategy then is to become a core interest of the US, which it will never abandon. And if we think America is really no longer of any consequence, we'd be mad. But if we do think that well in quadruple Ed defense budget, you know, built love submarines quickly and look at nuclear weapons to be continued. Greg Sheridan, Linda, Jakobsen, thanks thinks much bang on between the lines. Thank you very much. Thank you. Greg Sheridan, foreign editor of the ustralian and Linda Jakobsen from China matters..

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"jakobsen" Discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on Between The Lines

"Mall of what China's is off on interference discussion here and could be it had really nothing to do with the hallway decision if you just change in your Narin on Tom Switzer, my guests, Greg Sheridan from the Australian newspaper and Linda Jakobsen from China matters. We're talking about tensions with China. I think across the region, Tom. Nations are concerned about how at the end of the day will China use its power. I think that's the profound question that's going to really determine our regions piece. No one wants to see a four situation where they are forced to choose between the United States and China. I think we forget this. They absolutely are. They absolutely acknowledge that economically. They want to come to terms with China. They must come to terms with China. I'm of the view that Australia has to find a way despite a likes and dislikes to come to terms with China because of the economic engagement that we have to have talking about choosing between Washington budging. What's the latest on the question of phone ABC's freedom of navigation patrols in the South China Sea? Greg has Cambridge position change in the Morrison era critic upon us. Change the rich Rick. Julia position hasn't changed which is that. We haven't decided to do a freedom of navigation exercise within twelve nautical miles of a disputed fate yet nor have we decided not to do one. But whereas Julie Bishop made it abundantly clear, and this was backed up on many, many officials that we just want to do it. Because the cost was too great. But just to to Linda's point Australia has come to grips with Jonah. We've had an enormously productive relationship with Jonah at policy towards John could not have been any better than it's been. We've had a deepening relationship with the US and we've grand rich off Jonah perfect combination. However, we cannot solve the China problem either through sills all full the region through some very clever policy if China decides to impose its will on us to interfere in politics to get angry about Eric's cluding while white from the five G network. You know, we. We can have the most fiscal policy in the world. That's not going to prevent us from having trouble. So I agree that we you know, policy could always be theoretically Bitta, and we need the best Jonah polcy we can have. But that doesn't mean that we necessarily come to grips with Jonah forever. Because it might decide it doesn't wanna come to grips with us on ABC tombs. Then we have to decide what our core national interest. I think as a nation we've done very well in protecting co-nationals interest and pursuing a positive relationship with China. I this you that relationship at any coast who issues he'll Linda freedom of navigation patrols vittles the question that Greg addresses. Are we finding the right balance in our relationship with Beijing? The second question fist. It's going to just get tougher and tougher. I'm sure Geoghegan I agree on that. We have to stand up and push back. When values are being challenged any phone into fitness, obviously has to be pushed back against. Innova determined fashioned. I fully agree with that. But will there be increasingly moments when we cannot have the same stance as our alliance partner because the world is changing. But above all the region is changing because of China's rising power. Yes, we all going to have to get used to a much more independent thinking on off on policy, and that means our relationship with China and phone offs and on the front ups, I suppose based on what I read that. What Greg you wrote? I would slightly disagree with you pine used slightly new Wooding. But as you said there hasn't been a change in policy. Australia has been adamant for such a long time that it it's not going to conduct on ups, but it always leaves open. Of course that option. I think strategic buke ambiguity here is exactly. For. It's better the China doesn't know would Australia do one, but I can't see Australia changing that policy. It was more challenging Richard agree with you there. But the thing selling derive benefit enormously from your analysis, a wise, but the ending thing I would really sort of disagree with strongly is the proposition that thinking on China hasn't been independence up until now there are being countless matters where we've had a different Jonah policy from the United States. We joined the the infrastructure Bank Jonah put together against US shoes. We've we've always had a different rhetoric on human rights..

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"jakobsen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:19 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Medicare for everybody. It's really hard to see how you can get much further along that redistribution of socialist line. You can see these guys that 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 Obamas 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 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 loose stocking. Silk, stocking republicanism didn't offer an alternative at least at the presidential leadership at 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 of a big rich. We we forget all about Wall Street and Silicon Valley fortune know, the Bloomberg stiers the Facebook, Google fortunes the buffet for the role now a left wing, and we really saw him two thousand sixteen. Everything vote harvesting midterm pack activity, and a lot of people have gave them a lot of momentum. And it's been going on for a long time. Then finally universities. There's no style liberals when I was in university, and we still have guys trained in the fifties and sixties on while they were on the left. They were disinterested. Trained our generation as progressives in our trip. Our generation triple university trained leftist now left Mr. training, social sort of like the cycles of the French revolution. They just have to play out until you get you get to Jacobin Jakobsen rope spear point where there's no nothing you can do they start eating each other. And I think that's starting to happen. All the. Anti-catholic antisemitic. Okay. CEO cook, Cavs come Harris, totally ouachita to leave. That's the future face already of the Democratic Party. Promise they drag us with them. You know, if they want to get out of themselves that's fine by me, but the rest of us kicking and screaming we were dragged along here. I'm concerned about this. Because as we all are because I listened to McConnell today. And they say what you know. 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 now. 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 can 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 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 articulate that this progressivism isn't elitist sulky skull almost and it's not it's not a you humanistic humanistic creed. This whole profile these young hipsters prolong 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 children's families like we 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 as entire life. Didn't go to college to have to pay taxes to pay for somebody's anthropology degree that he got an eight years schooling. But we'd 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 native of survey systems, NFL, homophobic, sexist, and we think what what do we have to do? You don't do that. We really saw that more. You're not Covington Lynch small or guys were on the other team. Just because they were so paranoid of being called 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 weren't 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 can vent. I get behind a microphone nine millions of people listening to this program. We see where we're headed. Sing we were headed how how can the never Trumpers justifying themselves. I mean, they see that. This is a turning point here. I don't know. I I know them just like, you know, them you've known your whole life. I have to some of my great people. But they don't understand that in the real world. I was a farmer for a number of years. I still live on a farm. I see fifty to one percent or fifty five percent of a question is a game. You never get what you completely want. And I know Donald Trump can be crude and 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 these ever Trump's they cannot they cannot concede that because it for them, it symbolizes, a whole destruction of a worldview, so they're now actually adopting policies they used to fight simply because Trump's senior prints on them. It's it's really disturbing. They do. I know they don't have a lot of numbers and Trump won ninety percent of the Republican electorate two thousand sixteen but on these independent voters that key rubric. They they do a lot of damage and I lost patience with them because they're doing the country a lot of damage in the vein egocentric reasons for the most part, I don't even engage them anymore. I dismiss them because they can't be persuaded of anything that they. I have to agree with me or you. But it's it's the let me ask you. Let me put it this way. Are they more troubling than the hardcore left to you? They're more irritating. I don't think they'll do as much damage in the long run because they held some vestiges of conservatism. But where I work at the Hoover Institution. I write for national review. That's people I deal with all day. They're never Trump Republicans, and they have a social class and cultural disdain for people who vote for Trump or still support it. So my day is how dare you? I'm told how dare you vote for this guy? He's an it. It is also troubling class snobby since about something about come 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 it as know Hitlerian populism or something, but. Trump hit something that was wrong with the Republican party. And you you were titillated 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 wanna thank you for what you do. And 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 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 won like fifteen sixteen thousand votes in the primary and all of a sudden, she's figure she's a media fabrication is she not. Yeah. She is. She is. I think all of us, according to our station, how to do all we can people, and we just have to keep. Not get afraid and not see 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 now let me ask you this before. I let you go because I've thought about this your main of history. You're a professor studied you've written 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 us 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 wherever it takes whole redistribution, socialism doesn't work it's realistic. But he put the culture rotting of the culture. It's a religion for atheists really is. And we know it, and it has a certain base appeal to people to get something for nothing 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 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 saying, hey, watch out. I 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 some sixties, and we sort of reported that we. Tried it in the thirties during the depression, we averted it for a while. So we have these bouts of these pathologies, but we've got we've got to get around the system stronger because it's a destructive malady if it takes all we've seen one of those entire nations or cultures classes. All right, my friend. Appreciate it won't take care of yourself. Thank you for having me, Mark. All right. Good, man. Victor Davis Hanson. I recommend you read, whatever, he writes. I'll be right back. Mark levin. Mm-hmm. If you have hard water, the.

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"jakobsen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:08 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Medicare for everybody. It's really hard to see how you can get much further along redistribution of socialist line. And you can see these guys a parade before the cameras Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, come like, a North Korean reeducation education. They apologized for their prior positions because they're afraid that it's going to 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 terrier, and I guess I call it. Blue stocking silk, stocking republicanism didn't offer an alternative at least at the presidential league in at the local and state, but McCain has them and use them just didn't appeal as an alternative paradigm. And then I the Democrats were also the party the big rich. We we forget all about Wall Street and Silicon Valley fortunes in on the Bloomberg stiers the Facebook, Google fortunes the buffet for the role now left wing, we really saw him two thousand sixteen fuel everything from vote harvesting to midterm pack to a lot of people have gave them a lot of momentum. And it's been going on for a long time. Then finally universities. There's no file liberals when I was in university, and we still have guys trained in the fifties. Sixties on while they were on the left. They were disinterested. We trained our generation has progressives than our for our generation triple university trained leftist. Now, let this training socialist for 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 fear point where there's no nothing you can do export eating each other. And I think that's starting to happen already. If you see the anti-catholic antisemitic. Okay. Seal tells KOMO Harris totally what she needed to leave. That's the future face already of the Democratic Party. Promise they drag us with them. You know, if they went to Duke it out among themselves that's fine by me, but the rest of us kicking and screaming we were dragged along here. I'm concerned about this. Because as we all are because I listened to McConnell today. And they say, well what you know. What's your idea for some kind of deal here? He says you go narrow will you go bro up whatever deal we can make whatever works now. That's not right. Whatever works the problem in part. I think victor's we do not have individuals who stand up go on TV and can articulate liberty and private property and commerce and things in a way that people can understand. It's it's really amazing that people can become you could become the Senate majority leader. And you can't talk. I I think we have to realize it. What progressivism is is a very elitist. 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 Waechter turn or wage earners in the United States. But we don't articulate, but this progressivism isn't elitist Sophie skull, almost and it's not it's not a you humanistic. It's humanistic creed. This whole profile these young hipsters at prolong absolute since we go in and out of the university. And 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. We we have to say to the country. Do we really want some guy who was driving a truck at eighteen and worked entire lives? We didn't go to college to have to pay taxes to pay for somebody's anthropology degree gotten eight years schooling. But we'd 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 some natives of racist, xenophobic, homophobic, sectors. And we think what what do we have to do? So you don't do that. We really saw that more that Covington Lynch mall or guys often the other team just because they were so paranoid of 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 virtue signal that they were not part of the Trump movement. And 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 write a piece, right? This is one way you can vent. I I get behind a microphone you, and I and millions of people listening to this program we see where we're headed. Well, seeing where we're 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 I know them just like, you know, them you've known your whole life. I have to some of my great people. But they don't understand that in the real world. I was a farmer for a number of years. I still live on a farm. I see fifty to one percent or fifty five percent of a question is game. You never get what you completely want. And I know don't come can be crude Krause, but right now, he's all standing between radical socialism. In america. And whether you like him or not whether it's traditional picks or 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. They cannot they cannot concede that because it symbolizes the whole destruction of their 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 Tom one ninety percent of the Republican elected in two thousand sixteen but on these independent voters that key rubric they have they do a lot of damage and I lost patience with them because doing the country a lot of damage. Vein and egocentric reasons for the most part, I I don't even engage them anymore. I dismiss them because they can't be persuaded of anything not that they have to agree with me or you. But it's it's the let me ask you let me put it 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 Desi Jews of conservatism. But where I work at the Hoover Institution wipe announced that that's the people I deal with all day. They're never Trump Republicans, and they have a social class and cultural disdain for people who vote for Trump or still support him. So my day is how dare you? I'm told how dare you vote for this guy? He's an it it. There's also a troubling class snobby since about something about come to accent his appearance his residence with the middle class that he says our farmers our vets he connects with they don't like that. They don't like it at all. And so they label it is a Hitlerian populism or something. But. So Trump hit at something that was wrong with the Republican party. And you've you've worked 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 wanna thank you for what you do. And 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 won like fifteen sixteen thousand votes in the primary and all of a sudden, she's this great figures. She's a media fabrication is she not. Yeah. She is. She is. I think all of us. According to our station to do only counts when people, and we just have to keep not get afraid and not not fear the mall and just keep plugging. Everybody has a role to play according to their own abilities and station and taste and we've got to support each other. But. Boy. Two thousand twenty is an election for the soul of the country. Really is now let me ask you this before. I let you go because I've thought about this your man of history. 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 us moving in that direction, and it becomes enormously. Frustrating. Does it not? Yeah. It does. Because it doesn't work. We know that endures a whaler Cuba or our Soviet Union or wherever it takes whole redistribution, socialism doesn't work it's meal Listrik, but the culture rotting of the culture, it's a religion for atheists. It really is. And we know it, and it 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 policy, but it's almost as if it's a dictator, and it it's destructive and realistic, you when you watch these cycles, and you wanna warn you saw feel like you're, you know, you're Cassandras of saying, hey, watch out, and they 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 pride we've gone down from that release sixties when we sort of reverted that we tried it in the thirties during the depression, we averted it for a while. So we have these bouts of these Papala Papala, but we've got we've got to get her immune system stronger because it's a destructive malady if it takes all we've seen what it does entirely nations cultures. Classes. All right, my friend. Appreciate it be won't take care of yourself. Thank you for having me, Mark. All right. Good, man. Victor Davis Hanson. I recommend you read, whatever, he writes. I'll be right.

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"jakobsen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

11:19 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Medicare for everybody. It's really hard to see how you can get much further along redistribution of socialist line. And you can see these guys that parade before the cameras Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, come like, a North Korean re education center, they apologized for their prior positions because they're afraid that it's going to be seemed incorrect, even the Obamas 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 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. Loose stalking silk. Stocking republicanism didn't offer an alternative at least at the presidential leadership at 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 forget all about Wall Street and Silicon Valley fortunes, Bloomberg's stiers the Facebook Google fortunes the buffet for the role now a left wing. We really saw him two thousand sixteen fuel everything from vote harvesting to midterm pack activity, and a lot of people have gave them a lot of momentum. And it's been going on for a long time. And then finally universities. There's no style liberals when I was in university, and we still have guys trained in the fifties. Sixties while they were on the left. They were disinterested trained. Our generation has progressives trip. Or generation triple university and trained leftist now left Mr. training socialist for it's sort of like the cycles of the French revolution. That just have to play out until you get you get to the Jacobin Jakobsen ropes fear point where there's no nothing you can do. Start eating each other. And I think that's starting to happen already. If you see the anti-catholic antisemitic. Okay. Seal tells KOMO Harris told to leave that's the future face already of the Democratic Party promise, they drag us with them. You know, if they want to Duke it out among themselves that's fine by me, but the rest of us kicking and screaming we were dragged along here. I'm concerned about this. Because as we all are because I listened to McConnell today. And they say, well, what's, you know? What's your idea for some kind of deal here? He says, well, you go narrow will you go bro out whatever deal we can make whatever works now. That's not right. Whatever works the problem in part. I think victor's we do not have individuals who stand up go on TV and can articulate liberty and private property and commerce and things in a way that people can understand it. 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 what progressivism is is a very elitist. It's a program for the very rich. So they don't feel guilty by giving concessions for 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 articulate that. This progressivism, isn't elitist salty skull almost and it's not it's not a you humanistic humanistic creed. This whole profile these young hipsters along lessons. 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 we that's not a pathway to civilization success, and we have to say to the country. Do we really want some guy who was driving a truck at eighteen and worked as entire lives? We didn't go to college to have to pay taxes to pay for somebody's ample policy degree at eight years of schooling. But we've 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 they call some native us of racist and xenophobic or 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 being. Call that they would be laid out of the gates. They might not be. They might not be so condemnatory of his white Catholic kids what they so much wanted to demonize. So they would virtue signal. They were not part of the Trump moment. And 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 can vent. I I get behind a microphone you. And I million people listening to this program. We see where we're headed seeing where we're headed how how can the never Trumpers justify themselves. I mean, they see this is a turning point here. I don't know. I know them just like, you know, them you've known your whole life. I have to some of my great people. But they don't understand that in the real world. I was a farmer for a number of years. I still live in a form. I see fifty to one percent or fifty five percent of a question is a game. You never get what you completely want. And I know don't come 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 judicial picks or 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. They cannot they cannot concede that because it them. For them. It symbolizes the whole construction of a worldview, so they're now actually adopting policies they use light 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 Trump won ninety percent of the Republican electorate in two thousand sixteen on these independent voters that key rubric. They they do a lot of damage and I lost patience with them because doing the country a lot of damage. Vein and egocentric reasons for the most part, I I don't even engage them anymore dismiss them because they can't be persuaded of anything not that they have to be 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 held some vestiges of conservatism. But where I work after Hoover Institution I liked now. That's the people I deal with all day. They're never Trump Republicans, and they have a social class and cultural disdain for people who vote for Trump or still support it. So my day is how dare you? I'm told how dare you vote for this guy? He's an it. There's also a troubling class snobby since about something about come to action his appearance his residence with the middle class that he says our farmers our vets he connects with they don't like that. They don't like it at all. And so they label it as Hitlerian populism or something, but Trump hit something that was wrong with the Republican party. And you've worked Rush Limbaugh house. But for the elite punditry, they just can't see it because they're a part of it themselves. Well, I wanna 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 kick lobs Kamala Harris doesn't get any real examination. You 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 his great figure. She's a media fabrication is she not. Yeah. She is. She is. I think all of us, according to our station, how to do only can people, and we just have to keep. Not get 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 taste and we've got to support each other. But boy just two thousand twenty is an election for the soul country. Really is let me ask you this before. I let you go because I've thought about this your main of history, you're a professor you've studied you've written. I'm sort of 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 he becomes enormously. Frustrating. Does it not? Yeah. It does. Because it doesn't work. We know that the news Wailer, Cuba or our Soviet Union. Wherever it takes hold this redistribution, socialism doesn't work. It's Neil listed. But the culture writing of the culture, it's a religion for agnostics atheists. It really is. And we know it, and it has a certain base appeal to people to get something for nothing. Feel good about themselves by giving away somebody else's money. We know the policy, but it's almost as if it's a dictator, and it it's destructive and it's meal Listrik, and you when you watch these cycles, and you wanna warn you feel like you're, you know, you're Cassandra's saying, hey, watch out, and they 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 from that release sixties, and we sort of we try. And it in the thirties during the president. We adverted it for a while. So we have these bouts of these apologies. But we've got a. We've got to get her immune system stronger because a destructive melody if it takes all we've seen what those entirely nations cultures classes. All right, my friend. Appreciate it be. Well, take care of yourself. Thank you for having me. Mark. All right. Good, man. Victor Davis Hanson. I recommend you read, whatever, he writes. I'll be right back. If trying something new was a bad idea. Many.

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"jakobsen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:07 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" 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.

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"jakobsen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jakobsen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg radio. This is Bloomberg markets with Lisa Abramowicz impulse weenie. Are we on the brink of a more serious downturn? Have always thought of the municipal bond market as little bit of a safe haven. Banks are going to have to start paying depositors more. We still in that mode. We're buying the dips breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts. Has you're looking at treasury bills provides a high return of stocks and bonds here in the US consumer is a woman, you're more likely to be a growth company Waller term interface can go down even with short-term still going up a little bit. He's Bloomberg markets with Lisa Rama Whitson on Bloomberg radio. Good morning. Happy Friday coming up. We're gonna take a look at all of the tag earnings that are slated for next week long as Kazakh with some of the ones that we've already gotten a kind of mixed picture, Paul. It has been, but it's interesting. We see the stocks kind of green across the board. We have broad strength across the large cap down and some of the smaller caps as well. All right. Let's get some details. John Tucker has that for us with the Bloomberg business flash. John. Well, you can have me or you can have John. But I think I'll do it this time. Lisa. This flash is brought to you by marks paneth. LLP marks paneth tax advisers and help family businesses reach their financial goals for over a hundred years at marks paneth success is personal. Learn more at marks paneth dot com slash tax. Doctor up coming off the first weekly decline of the year as corporate earnings bolstered confidence in the economy, and the potential for deal to end the government shutdown increase treasury yields are up and the dollar is weaker. Traders are scrambling for Hintze progress on trade discussions next week in Washington Steen, Jakobsen Saxo Bank, tells Bloomberg China badly needs to reach an agreement with the United States to China twice. And I was reading last.

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