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"james hillman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:02 min | 11 months ago

"james hillman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You for putting it in the sense his father his patients you know used to dream about UFOs the dream to be almost like fighting if you if you like they took place internally but they were incredibly real so he recognized that UFO is a sort of the insider probably to do with our in psyche and yet partly outside I left something to discover the Intel committee that like he owns the spoon from into the world and vice versa so the terrible sort of trap we've got ourselves into well by we think well isolated subjects looking out of the object of world because of what he did to the this old that division but that Judaism and return this to us two of two of all state this is commonly recognized amongst traditional culture in a previous wreck tribal culture in which there's no firm distinction between Hey Aaron out by both of them together it it what young called psychic reality which is partly physical partly mental and is much the same as what I'm calling dynamic reality does it's it's very hard to describe the for me the whole book ready to to work towards some kind of description of of a different way of looking at the world the way that you look well and he did the way that most traditional cultures look of the world they don't have the this great division between the subject of the objects such as we've come to have but we didn't come to have it in the last three sentry you know it's it's a comparatively recent world view this this sort of subject of the world views to list the world views well you one of the leading world views you write in the book you eggs a quote I started there our conversation with is that the literal reality as one kind of reality deriving from a subordinate reality and its metaphorical rather than literal it's imaginative rather than empirical literal reality is therefore if anything less real than die monic reality which I can relate to that of it we've mentioned on this program many times that you know there are some days it just don't feel as real as others and it's like you're slipping in between you had that days like that and the idea that our reality is less real than some other ones that were not no we're no longer in touch with is both discouraging and exciting yes exactly yes I mean is that the debt cycle shifts like like like you and I was like for people like James Hillman who was the case his most distinguished successor.

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"james hillman" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

Three Wide No Cover

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"james hillman" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

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"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"The post is objected to the abundance of sealed and redacted records and manafort's Washington case and petition the judge Amy Berman Jackson to open them for public view, the motion cited the profound public interest in these proceedings arguing that the very integrity of the country's elections, which is what's really at stake. Here goes to the core of the interest protected by the first amendment. The special counsel filing seeking the extension comes amid several public signs that the molar investigation into Russian interference during the election is winding down. There's heightened speculation that more could transmit his final report to attorney general William bar any day Muller's team which recently had seventeen lawyers will soon be down to ten number two. Since the Democrats took control of the house in January. The White House's ignored more than a dozen requests for documents from House Democratic chairman investigating Trump this sets up a clash that will lead to subpoenas and likely escalate into court battles. The White House has refused to share emails and correspondence and ignored a deadline set for the day before yesterday by house oversight and reform committee, chairman Elijah Cummings as well as three additional inquiries from the House Judiciary committee which has jurisdiction over impeachment. White House officials say the requests are illegitimate too expansive and infringe on presidential privilege Cummings says the White House hasn't turned over a single page of what's been requested by his committee. Number three. President Trump slammed George Conway as a total loser. Yesterday, ratcheting up. A war of words that appears to have put serious strain on the marriage between a powerful conservative lawyer and his wife senior White House, counselor Kellyanne Conway, George said in an interview with the post that is tweeting helps him get off steam. So that he doesn't scream at his wife about her boss when they're home at night. Kellyanne went on a lengthy rant about her husband to several guests at a British embassy party for members of congress last month. She told the group that she in the president both think her husband is jealous of her professional success, George replied that he made it possible for her to be where she is today. It's not about jealousy. He said it's about reality. He says Trump is manifestly unfit for public office. George also rebutted a claim from Trump's campaign manager, which the president retweeted that the two men don't even know each other. In fact, Georgia's had a number of notable interactions with the president over the past decade often concerning legal representation in sensitive matters since Trump became president. He also represented him in real estate transactions in the mid two thousands. Trump is wanted to attack George previously, but several current and former White House aides tell us that he's been talked out of it by staff they convinced him. It would elevate George Conway and caused drama in the home life of a. Valued aid. Now, we're told the gloves are off. And that's the daily to two for Wednesday March twentieth. Thanks for listening. I'm James Hillman. I'll talk to you tomorrow..

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"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"Data to micro target their influence operation on platforms like Facebook. The former Trump chairman on Tuesday denied that he broke his plea deal by lying repeatedly to prosecutors working for Bob Mueller in his rebuttal to the special counsels claims that he was dishonest Manafort expose these details of the dispute much of which centers. On his relationship with Kilim, Nick the Russian citizen who began working for manafort's consulting firm back in two thousand five has been charged with helping his former boss obstruct the investigation into Russian interference. He's believed to be in Moscow, which means the Russians won't extradite him to face trial. According to the filing Muller also accused Manafort of lying about discussing a Ukrainian PCL with Killa mic during the two thousand sixteen campaign. Number two. A group of experienced democratic strategists is joining an effort to convince Beto Aurora to run for president an effort to encourage the former Texas congressman into the race draft. Beddoe dot org has distinguished itself. From similarly named efforts by attracting sought after talent to its ranks, including two leaders of former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley twenty sixteen presidential campaign O'Malley who wrote last week in the demotion register that he sees a rook as the new leader who can bring us together has been encouraging this behind the scenes he met privately in December with a rook in DC. And he told people afterwards that he thinks that oh is in. He even gave him a heads up about the register up. Ed now that enthusiasm pushed former O'Malley advisors in South Carolina such as consultant Tyler Jones and a former state legislator Boyd Brown to volunteer for this new draft Beddoe group work is leaning toward entering the democratic contest. Even as he publicly maintains radio silence about the possibility. Number three. A bipartisan group of house members introduced legislation yesterday that would require background checks for all gun sales. Federally licensed gun sellers required to run checks on people who buy weapons, but private sellers who aren't federally licensed do not need to do. So the house measure is among the first actions taken by the newly elected democratic majority, which is pledged to make gun control a top priority and this Bill garnered the support of five House Republicans, a rare feat on an issue that is so often cleaved along party lines joining the bill's proponents at the capitol was former Arizona congresswoman Gabby giffords. She was shot in the head eight years ago Tuesday during a constituent of end in Tucson, the fact that this Bill is a priority for Democrats in Pelosi demonstrates, how radically the political calculus around guns is changed in the last few years when Pelosi I claim the speaker's gavel back in two thousand seven her majority was built from several dozen Democrats in rural areas who had secured the endorsement of the National Rifle assists. Creation in the four years. The Democrats held the house majority previously, they never advanced a single significant gun control measure for that reason. And in the eight years, they control the Senate Democrats held just one meaningful debate on raining in gun laws in the spring of twenty thirteen it ended amid a Republican filibuster. That was after the shooting at sandy hook elementary school. Now, all that said, Senate Republicans and Trump have no interest in taking up this new background check legislation, but you can expect that there will be a debate. And renewed public attention on the issue. And that's the daily to two for Wednesday, January ninth. Thanks for listening. I'm James Hillman. I'll talk to you tomorrow alone. The Washington Post has a new daily podcast post reports hosted by me Martine powers every weekday afternoon. We're bringing you stories about the state of the country the world, and how we come to know the things we know get it now at Washington Post dot com slash post reports..

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"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"Data to micro target their influence operation on platforms like Facebook. The former Trump chairman on Tuesday denied that he broke his plea deal by lying repeatedly to prosecutors working for Bob Mueller in his rebuttal to the special counsels claims that he was dishonest Manafort expose these details of the dispute much of which centers. On his relationship with Kilim, Nick the Russian citizen who began working for manafort's consulting firm back in two thousand five has been charged with helping his former boss obstruct the investigation into Russian interference. He's believed to be in Moscow, which means the Russians won't extradite him to face trial. According to the filing Muller also accused Manafort of lying about discussing a Ukrainian PCL with Killa mic during the two thousand sixteen campaign. Number two. A group of experienced democratic strategists is joining an effort to convince Beto Aurora to run for president an effort to encourage the former Texas congressman into the race draft. Beddoe dot org has distinguished itself. From similarly named efforts by attracting sought after talent to its ranks, including two leaders of former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley twenty sixteen presidential campaign O'Malley who wrote last week in the demotion register that he sees a rook as the new leader who can bring us together has been encouraging this behind the scenes he met privately in December with a rook in DC. And he told people afterwards that he thinks that oh is in. He even gave him a heads up about the register up. Ed now that enthusiasm pushed former O'Malley advisors in South Carolina such as consultant Tyler Jones and a former state legislator Boyd Brown to volunteer for this new draft Beddoe group work is leaning toward entering the democratic contest. Even as he publicly maintains radio silence about the possibility. Number three. A bipartisan group of house members introduced legislation yesterday that would require background checks for all gun sales. Federally licensed gun sellers required to run checks on people who buy weapons, but private sellers who aren't federally licensed do not need to do. So the house measure is among the first actions taken by the newly elected democratic majority, which is pledged to make gun control a top priority and this Bill garnered the support of five House Republicans, a rare feat on an issue that is so often cleaved along party lines joining the bill's proponents at the capitol was former Arizona congresswoman Gabby giffords. She was shot in the head eight years ago Tuesday during a constituent of end in Tucson, the fact that this Bill is a priority for Democrats in Pelosi demonstrates, how radically the political calculus around guns is changed in the last few years when Pelosi I claim the speaker's gavel back in two thousand seven her majority was built from several dozen Democrats in rural areas who had secured the endorsement of the National Rifle assists. Creation in the four years. The Democrats held the house majority previously, they never advanced a single significant gun control measure for that reason. And in the eight years, they control the Senate Democrats held just one meaningful debate on raining in gun laws in the spring of twenty thirteen it ended amid a Republican filibuster. That was after the shooting at sandy hook elementary school. Now, all that said, Senate Republicans and Trump have no interest in taking up this new background check legislation, but you can expect that there will be a debate. And renewed public attention on the issue. And that's the daily to two for Wednesday, January ninth. Thanks for listening. I'm James Hillman. I'll talk to you tomorrow alone. The Washington Post has a new daily podcast post reports hosted by me Martine powers every weekday afternoon. We're bringing you stories about the state of the country the world, and how we come to know the things we know get it now at Washington Post dot com slash post reports..

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"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"Trump told autoworkers, quote, if I'm elected you won't lose one plant. You'll have plants coming into this country. You're going to have jobs again, you won't lose one plant. I promise you that. Number two, homeland security officials defended the use of gas at the southern border and predicted more confrontations ahead and more closures of ports of entry facing dismal conditions in Mexico and long waits for the chance to request asylum in the United States, thousands of Central American migrants are becoming more agitated and officials. See no quick resolution to the tensions that erupted Sunday. The flow of caravan groups to Tijuana has slowed in recent days, but busloads of other migrants have arrived in Mexicali ninety miles to the east or the US border crossing has even less capacity to process asylum seekers desperation, there could leave US border agents facing volatile crowds in two locations on Monday, critics of the Trump administration denounced border agents use of force on groups that included families with children, but the US government praised what they called quicken effective action against crowds of stone. Slinging young men who pried open the border fence to squeeze through. Trump suggested without evidence that some of the migrants who were teargassed were quote grabbers who had used other people's children to protect themselves in an exchange with reporters. Trump also threatened to close the border quote for a long time earlier in the day on Monday, Trump denied that women and children were among those affected by teargas. But then a few hours later, he shifted his comments. I he claimed that the tear gas was quote, very safe. Then he blamed migrants with children for being in harm's way. And finally, he questioned whether the children were their kids at all number three Democrats hope energize turnout among Mississippi's black voters will allow Senate candidate Mike Espy to pull off an unexpected upset in today's runoff. The state's long struggle with racism is emerged as an unavoidable theme with two nooses found outside the state capital on Monday morning, but African Americans make up a larger share of the electorate and Mississippi than in any other state and in recent days SPN groups backing in a flooded Mississippi with volunteers radio ads in. Social media posts Trump visited the state last night for a pair of rallies to support GOP Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith who was appointed to fill out the remainder of Thad Cochran term Trump's presence highlighted the divisions of the race as well. As the broader faultlines of American politics that have grown more intense as the president spoke before largely white crowds SB, headlined, a black church of that in the state capital with passionate prayers, loud music, and frequent references to Senator SB. But the president on Monday sought to portray Espy is the one who is out of step with modern day, Mississippi he asked quote, how does he fit in? How does he fit in? In fact, as family is run funeral homes in the delta for generations. And he served three terms as a congressman before Bill Clinton tapped him as agriculture secretary by yoke himself with Hyde. Smith Trump is backing a politician who said she would sit with a supporter in the front row of public hanging who donned a confederate uniform to promote tore them at Jefferson Davis is home and. Who graduated from a segregation academy will sending her daughter to another Republican strategists privately say hide Smith is stumbled badly and struggled to generate momentum. So they are confident she will ultimately prevail tonight. Democratic strategist privately concede that Hyde Smith will probably win in the high single digits as well. And that's the daily to two for Tuesday, November twenty seventh. Thanks for listening. I'm James Hillman. I'll talk to you tomorrow.

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"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"For nominating speaker candidate from a simple majority to two hundred eighteen votes that changes expected to fail which will be a boost for Pelosi. Number two reported hate crimes in America rose seventeen percent last year the third consecutive year that such crimes increased as anti-semitic eight crimes rose thirty seven percent. That's according to new FBI data released yesterday, which comes less than a month after the worst anti-semitic attack in US history that shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue that killed eleven and wounded six. Law enforcement agencies reported that seventy one hundred hate crimes occurred in two thousand seventeen up from sixty one hundred and twenty sixteen that increase was fueled in part by more police departments reporting hate crime data to the FBI. But overall, they're still a large number of departments. That report no hate crimes to the federal database the sharp increase in hate crimes during 2017 came even as violent crime overall in America fell after slight increases in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen more than half of hate crimes about three out of every five targeted a person's race or ethnicity will one in five targeted their religion of the more than seven thousand incidents reported over two thousand targeted black Americans while about nine hundred targeted Jewish Americans. The FBI has urged local police departments to provide more information about these hate crimes. So that they can address them more forcefully number three top Akanda mists predict the US economy could be grappling with her a recession. Just as Trump fights for re election in twenty twenty right now, the president is. Fighting over the best economy in a generation with strong growth in abundant job opportunities. But that wasn't enough to prevent midterm losses. I party. Indeed. A new report from GP Morgan finds that after adjusting for economic and stock market strength. This was the worst midterm performance for any president's party in a century. Most economists predict the economy will be much weaker by the time voters go to the polls two years from now for Trump in the GOP the economy was a tailwind in these midterms, but it could turn into a substantial headwind by then pessimism is growing on Wall Street about future prospects for earnings and the economy writ large and the list of headwinds is expanding higher borrowing costs from rising interest rates, a strong dollar a weakening global economy, an escalating, trade war and fading fiscal stimulus from the tax cuts and extra government spending. The president's going to be forced to decide does he take further action to boost growth next year or does he try to blame others for any slowdown? What business leaders in Wall Street? Investors. Want is a swift resolution to the US China fight over tariffs, and possibly an infrastructure Bill that would infuse more cash into the economy late next year just as the boost from the tax cuts fades, they want dealmaker Trump to come back with force in two thousand nineteen. And that's the daily to two for Wednesday November fourteenth. Thanks for listening. I'm James Hillman. I'll talk to you tomorrow.

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"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"Here are three other headlines that should be on your radar number one a thirties. In two Thousand Oaks, California. Just northwest of Los Angeles reported thirteen fatalities at a bar and dance hall late Wednesday after multiple shots were fired by men inside. A sheriff's sergeant Ron Hellas is among those killed. The gunman was also killed at thority say the reports of a shooter came in about eleven twenty PM Pacific time, special weapons and tactics. Units arrived on the scene a short time later along with the FBI multiple eye. Witnesses describe seeing smoke possibly from smoke bombs and said people use chairs to break windows. So that they can flee from the scene Taylor. Whitlinger nineteen who was inside the venue at the time tells the posted was sheer panic everyone ran and dropped his fast as they could. She said she ran to the back door where people crowded is the gunfire briefly quieted, and then all of a sudden a couple of guys started running to the back door and told her to get up because he was coming. The shooter borderline describes itself as the country's largest country dance hall and live music venue with a dance floor covering about twenty five hundred square feet. It's open until two AM five days a week. Week Wednesday was college country night at the bar. Authorities say that more than one hundred people were inside at the time of the shooting. Number two, Nancy Pelosi pledged that she would try to work with Trump to pass bipartisan legislation if she becomes how speaker again Pelosi once had plans to retire with the election of the first female president. But those plans were quashed when Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen now if she can surmount internal democratic politics, she has the potential to reshape the Democratic Party. But the democratic majority is narrow enough to potentially throw a wrench in her goal of retaking the gavel a margin of eleven seats or thereabouts could give a small group of Democrats leverage to demand a leadership shakeup, at least a dozen of the newly-elected house. Democrats have made statements critical of Pelosi on the campaign trail ranging from general call for fresh leadership to affirm refusal to support her. Meanwhile, ballots continue to be counted across the country in Montana Democratic Senator John tester has officially secured reelect. After a closer than expected finish. Arizona's Senate race remains uncalled the Republican party's in four counties are suing the secretary of state over how ballots are being counted. GOP candidate Martha mcsally leads, but it may take days to know for sure who prevailed and in Georgia Republican Brian Kemp declared victory in the governor's race, even as democrat Stacey Abrams continued to insist that there are enough absentee and provisional ballots left to force a runoff number three. The White House has suspended the press credentials of CNN journalist Jim Acosta after he asked Trump at his news conference yesterday. Whether he had quote demonized immigrants by referring to the migrant caravan from Honduras as an invasion the move to punish a Kosta for doing his job by revoking his access to the White House is believed to be unprecedented. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, accused a cost of placing his hands on a female press aide during the news conference. She said it was on those grounds that cost us press pass was being suspended, but video of that exchange shows, no such incident occurred on Twitter Kosta responded to Sanders a statement with simply quote, this is eight ally. Trump later dismissed a question during that same news conference about white nationalism from PBS NewsHour reporter Yamile Alcindor who is black as racist. The session with reporters was traditional only in that recent presidents have also held one on the day after a midterm vote. They typically use it as a way to frame the change legislative dynamic for this president Wednesday was blaring siren that he'll continue businesses usual, Trump style. And that's the daily to for Thursday, November eighth? Thanks for listening. I'm James Hillman sock to you tomorrow.

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"james hillman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Do think that there is the possibility that one of the high profile racism, Minnesota ends in a recount. And I'm not really trying to just project that so that we have some news. But it's my sense. That volatility is real and turnout models are very unpredictable this year. Joining us now is James one of my favorite Minnesotans, who's found his way to Washington. Mister, Dave Lee says Hello, by the way, James Hillman. Dave. I will James is with the Washington Post. He follows politics nationally, including the White House control of congress. And when we talked awhile back, you broke some news here that said Republicans were not gonna spend a lot of money nationally to win the governor's race here that that that insight. It turned out very true. You were about three or four weeks ahead of everybody else. So thank you for that. So weak from now as you're looking at Minnesota and the midwest, what are some of the factors that you think in these final six days are going to start to bear on whether or not these racists start to turn one way or another. That's a great question. And I think you know, Minnesota is really captures in miniature the story of the midterm elections. I think this is a a nationalized election. I think it's a referendum on President Trump. And I think that's why you have this incredible dynamic and Minnesota where it looks like you Republican seats will flip to Democrats in two democratic seats to Republican. Lose all about Donald Trump, and the president's popularity the sorting out of the parties between rural areas the backlash to the president in the suburbs of the twin cities, especially by college educated white women. And and and so I think that's sort of what you have to watch. I do think the epicenter of democratic gains in twenty eighteen will be the midwest, perhaps even Minnesota maybe not as much Minnesota's a state like Michigan. But you you have a bunch of racists, where Democrats could pick up the governorship in very realistically in Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, even South Dakota Kansas, and that's that. I think somebody's racists will break very late. And by all accounts. I I'm studying all day every day. Talking to operatives up the parties. And there's a lot of contests that are really gonna be one or two point races. So this isn't necessarily a blowout. I think you could have a lot of contests. I think you're absolutely right. My editor actually asked if I wanted to fight a Minnesota this week. And I said I'll go after the election. If there's anything that's really close because I do think there will be a lot of close races. So as we think about that. Let's just let's take this dynamic of the suburbs versus greater Minnesota. Is this a uniquely Minnesota phenomenon? Or are you seeing in other parts of the midwest or other parts of the country? You're seeing it all over the country. But especially in the midwest. And it's why Trump was able to win in two thousand sixteen unexpectedly because yet sort of the Bank shot where a lot of urban voters in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Detroit stayed home. And then these rural areas where you know, maybe Democrats haven't won them in a long time. But Democrats were able to get forty forty five percent. And all of a sudden Democrats were getting twenty five percent in Trump was running up the score, you know, in in rural Wisconsin, and that was was able to do well enough, but not great in the counties around the suburbs around Milwaukee that he could still win. So I I think that was the story of twenty sixteen and then the story of twenty eight teen is Trump remains quite popular in a lot of those places. Many of them have been left behind by the end of the modern economy. Many of them haven't lost manufacturing jobs, and he's still very very popular out there. And so you did it the divide is starker in some ways than it was in two thousand sixteen in twenty sixteen. It was much better than it was in twenty twelve. Yes. So I'm going to just kind of dive even a little deeper just for our listeners because you're on the line, and you and I kind of maybe geek out about this stuff. Thank you. We've talked about healthcare is a top issue. You've talked about college educated suburban white women being upset they're upset at the president the metoo movement. There's a lot of dynamics after that. Is there an issue that is still holding on or flipping independence? Is it is it healthcare because let's face the facts two years ago. Republicans won some seats on healthcare. And so the idea that people are somewhat schizophrenic about this from cycle the cycle is not new in Minnesota. But I'm trying to figure out, you know, especially like in the second district. So, you know, the numbers favor crag the campaign. I will tell you on the ground here. Spending wise is pretty equal favors crack accessibility, communications wise, probably favors Lewis. And and so it's a really interesting dynamic to say in the end is are the numbers. And health care and the metoo movement enough for one of these challengers to. Unseated an incumbent even if it's Jason Lewis who's a first timer not necessarily. I think that's that's one of the big questions. The second district is my home. I grew up in valley, and we call it action valley James since since you're from there, we call it action valley. I I. I've been prized Franklin. How close that race? It is like do you think it'll kind of break late and national Republicans do to Democrats, and I think what's going on there. You're right. I mean, some of these issues. Are to your point about accessibility. I think that's a good one. I find this. I'm I'm going to thirteen states in thirteen days. I've been burned starving the country. And and you know, when it candidate feels really confident they're less accessible, you know. So you can get a lot more time as a reporter or interview people who kind of one media attention because they don't feel confident, and that's one of the reasons Hillary Clinton stupidly inaccessible in twenty sixteen is she thought she had it in the back. Trump was always easy to get on the phone as a reporter. And and I think that's a mistake. Someone like nj Craig is making by not sort of being out there having lots of events being ever present. Because you can't take things for granted, especially, you know, in in the sort of unpredictable environment. And the other thing about the second is there's a lot of voters in the suburbs apple valley, you don't. But there's there's world parts of that district to. Yes, there are to go very far, south and. President Trump's really popular there. You know, when he went to Rochester. That's not in the second district. That's in the first district old balls district. But you know that believes in parts of the second. It's not all just between sin. Correct. James holmes? Our guest from the Washington Post James can you hold on for one more segment. Awesome. We'll be right back talk more about these midterms the view from Washington. Minnesota's at the epicenter of what Washington is watching. And we're going to bring you all the granular details here for the next few minutes place else in in nine to noon on news talk eight three up. Butler and towns the timber wolves were able to take down LeBron and the Lakers Monday. To cut it back down the floor. Rockstar, right. The welcome home friends. Ricky Rubio and a Utah Jazz to target center tonight..

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"james hillman" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"You know, he, he chaired a Security Council session that was about chemical, stopping the spread of chemical and biological nuclear weapons. He never mentioned the the, the poisoning attack, Russia's attack in in Britain. Susan Rice points out that not once in the in the visit, which was supposedly about our sovereignty. Did he mention Putin's? It appearance in our sovereignty in the election. Any raised the Canard, this idea that not Russia. It's China that's interfering in our elections now. And what was that poised on an advertiser aerial that China ran in the demoain register kind of thing. You see a newspapers all the time, all the. Oh, so this silence on Putin and Russia. The cloud that this casts over this presidency continues at continued at the United Nations. James Hillman. I mean, isn't this in some ways though what he said in the campaign? Why is this weakening America? He says it's presenting strength. What we've seen that he's gone back a little bit on some of his talk about NATO, but he you're right, this is what he ran on. He has a lot of people in his administration who do believe in these institutions of the, but there's there's no doubt that pulling out of the Iranian nuclear agreement. The Paris climate accord has hurt America's standing in the world instead of America. I, it has often seemed like America alone. So then I wanna play a clip of what the reaction was from world leaders. It's gotten some play online, but nonetheless as he began his speech to the general assembly, it's always people in that huge hall here in New York President Trump boasted about the US about his. -ccomplish. Here's what he had to say in less than two years. My administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country. America's so true. Didn't expect that reaction, but that's okay..

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"james hillman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

10:54 min | 2 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"To noon today. I'll be in tomorrow as well. We'll talk about our neighbors tomorrow, not mine specifically in case, they're listening, but why we're not acting like neighbors very much anymore, and what it means. And I think it's an appropriate conversation here on the good neighbor. But joining me now is one of our neighbors. Even though he lives in DC is James Hillman, James Minnesota native works for the Washington Post, and he's at the heart of this cavenaugh coverage James, thanks for joining us. Good to be with you, boys. So you right in the daily to to your daily newsletter today kind of the series of questions. What's the mood in in Washington today? Was there a sense last week? The potentially more was coming. Or is this kind of a shocker this morning on this second accuser has been kind of rampant. Rumors all over town. Everyone kind of speculating about what's coming and everyone sort of new the New Yorker was working on the speech. Sure. Gadd reporters calling around about the Ramirez the Yale classmate of brick Cavanaugh who who who's come forward to the New Yorker. So it was it was unclear if anyone would publish a story, but it was sort of known that this was out there in could be coming in. And then it was sort of tease yesterday is seen as the New Yorker went to the White House for comment date. Someone the cabinet camp. Sort of started leaking out details of it too conservative outlets to try and blunt the impact of the story. So Washington is definitely gripped by this cabin fever today. The big question on Capitol Hill is are there. Other stories that are gonna post your other accusers that are gonna come forward. It's this. It's it feels like a very very fluid climate. And we now have this hearing on the calendar for Thursday. That everyone is talking about. So one of the things I talked about before you joined us was the idea that for Democrats. This is really an ability to maybe throw some stop sticks out in front of the cabinet boss that was headed towards confirmation. How much of that consideration? Do you think is in in both the New Yorker, the New York Times, even the Washington Post consideration about these stories, but the other side is how much doubt do you think Democrats are just trying to raise? So that maybe they could get a couple of Republicans to vote against Cavanaugh and forced him to either withdraw or kind of have a showdown over his nomination. I think it's important know the media's not working with either political, right? No, no, no. You know, the the media is just trying to tell the story, and and there are questions that have been raised about cavenaugh. And and they're trying to reporter you're trying to get to the bottom of them. There are a lot of allegations every day that reporters here, and they can be corroborated. And so I think you know, the a week ago before the year regional Washington Post pristine for publicly came forward. You know, we seemed like Cavanaugh was on a glide path to confirmation it would have been the a couple of Democrats would have crossed over from some of the red states, maybe West Virginia, Indiana, North Dakota Democrats would have voted for him. Now. No Democrats gonna vote for him into kind of the the big question is only two Republicans voting against him would bring down his nomination. Right. Republicans only have fifty one seats Democrats have forty nine to everyone's sort of assumed that the two likely people to flip would be moderate. Women who support abortion rights? Susan Collins from Maine, we somehow ski from Alaska, but you know, the someone like Jeff flake who's been critical of the president. Who's retiring, very conservative Republican from Arizona. He might also end up flipping. And so, you know, I think that this isn't. Obviously, this has become a very tribal process, and it is, but the supreme court has become super politicized going back a long time. You know, you look at Bushby go war, and yes, Merrick garland, not getting a hearing. So certainly a lot of people are doing a political lens. But it's not like these Democrats only care about this because they want to stop him. I think that there is a feeling that, you know, the these accusers deserve to be heard and have their stories told in there for some it's certainly political for others. It's far more than just politics. James humans, our guest from the Washington Post. Minnesota native James it it is about hearing him out hearing these accusations out, but the depth at which the New Yorker piece begins to go into kind of college behavior. Having been in college. I can tell you and understanding the culture of DC, and even the the college culture of many who work in an live in DC. Do you think there's starting to be a tipping point where people are maybe gonna think? Wow. We're going back too far if it's not, you know, the sexual issues the sexual abuse, the sexual assault allegations that other people's behavior is going to come to mind. I mean, I'll tell you. We joked about this in college. I can't do that. If I ever want to run for office, and those things are really actually becoming true in this New Yorker piece because it really goes deeper into Kavanagh's college behavior than just the allegations that have been put forth. Yeah. And that's that's something. You're it's going to be interesting. I think the hearing, frankly, I I think that the behavior outlined is something either you or I didn't call it. Yeah. If true, it's not, you know, this isn't just him getting drunk in college. Pretty serious stuff. But I think society, you know, we're we're society's evolving in its views of some of these issues that twenty five years ago. I think a lot of people would have chalked up to you know, it's just young people. But now, the threshold has changed inside you think there's been a tipping point in the the bar has moved in some ways, you know, people can get away. Now having smoked marijuana in college where that would have been fatal to. Yes, political career. You know, the person duck Ginsburg who was put up for the seat in rejected before Anthony Kennedy got it. And now Kennedy's retiring? This is the C cabinet has been appointed to he went down because he admitted that he wants experimented with marijuana in college. And I think if brick having hit said, I admit that I smoked marijuana Yale. Wouldn't it wouldn't disqualify him? No, senators and so. The society changes this week is going to be a test of of how much it's changed in what's acceptable, and what's not acceptable. And also who? As I said in the daily show today, it's not he said versus sheets anymore. It's now he versus they said. Yep. You have a woman who's coming forward to describe conduct in high school and another woman who's coming forward to describe conduct in college. And so we'll see if someone comes forward to describe other conduct. Eventually, you know, the pattern starts to emerge sort of passed out on the image that he's tried to portray themselves. Pivoting back home here to because some of these allegations, you talk about smoking pot and national Republicans are trying to make sure the Keith Ellison's name stays in the same sentences breath, Kavanagh the Democrats are being hypocrites. But there was an allegation. Well, there was an arrest that Republicans are using it added against Joe rid innovation in the eighth congressional district of race. I know you're following where he was arrested, and he had a small traces of marijuana in a pipe or something and his car and pleaded down a possession charge. But I I joke that in two thousand eighteen in Minnesota and the eighth congressional district. Republicans might not want to put that out there because it might actually give her Denisovich more credibility in my boost is votes. So you're right on the smoking. Marijuana has shifted from disqualifying you from public office to maybe over qualifying you amongst millennials. Well, you know, and so on the the you make a great point. I mean, the thing that Keith Ellison point is is something that is you're hearing Republicans use a lot and Democrats aren't responding. Al Franken sat on the Senate Judiciary. Yes. See and if he survived all the groping allegations lost here. It would be a very different dynamic right now. Democrats it would be much harder for them to prosecute against on. If Al Franken was sitting there and Democrats are able to people like Kirsten gillibrand from New York. The first Senate democrat to call on Franken to resign that does give her some credibility to call and cavenaugh together. All no doubt about it. You know, one thing that Ellison is still a hot topic here. And he they had their first debate on Friday where the allegations came back up. We're working to get him here as a guest, but one of the things that could have changed the Ellison dynamic that I don't know if you've heard anything about in Washington was if anyone from the house would have filed one of his colleagues in the house could have filed an ethics complaint that could have kind of kept that beach ball in the air for Republicans. But nobody did. And I find that interesting that even somebody just for partisan purposes didn't do that is that kind of give a signal that maybe Republicans don't want quote, the bad break up to become a political hot potato or everybody'd be. I hadn't I didn't realize that no one had filed a complaint. That's really interesting. I I actually I hadn't heard that. Yeah. And I just think that would have given folks in Washington a reason to keep the allegation in the news. And then obviously at this point in time compared to cavenaugh. So there you go. I had I hadn't thought of that. Perhaps. All right, James Hillman from Washington Post post. Thanks for joining us. And we'll catch up again soon. No problem. James Holman, always good to check in Minnesota boy made good on the national stage. And I always got his pulse on it. And he if you don't get his daily newsletter, you should go the Washington Post, do it. Your Linda's construction time check is nine forty eight time to learn why Linda is one of the top ten installers of J F roofing in the country. And don't forget we had those storms last week. So check in on your roof and make sure if you have any storm damage you check in with Linda's boy, salsa nine noon midday WC, CO news talk eight three, oh, the only way.

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"james hillman" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on WGTK

"The answer welcome back america roy studio inside the beltway joined by james hillman of the washington post rape prepares the daily two zero two good morning james good morning hugh the president is on a seven tweet rampage this morning which of course eviscerates my show prep it makes talkradio very easy to do what do you think these exercise about i think the most interesting tweets this morning or going after harley davidson which yesterday said that it's gonna shift some of its manufacturing jobs overseas because of the retaliatory tariffs put in place by the europeans because term stealing aluminum tariffs so last night he said harley was waving the white flag of surrender today he's saying that harleys not moving jobs because of the terrorists and this is coming against the backdrop with from going to wisconsin on thursday to open a foxconn factory there with paul ryan and scott walker and it's also can backdrop big story in the new york times talking about how dairy farmers in wisconsin are also really upset and talking about having to dump milk out and not be able to use it because they're foreign markets are closing so the cows are still producing cheese but they can't they don't have places to sell the cheese overseas right now yeah i read that story with great interest because buried in it was also the story of the fact that trade barriers to wisconsin cheese imposed on mexico by the eu are hurting mexican wisconsin gary producers on their cheeses that they can export because he you restrictive practices so the president has points it's a question of whether or not he has enough of a a lead over the world but he can inflict more pain than they can take and inflict on us before they give in and it just seems to me like a negotiation but it's one that could go either way i think the politics i i've been surprised frankly who i think you're right i mean it is integration but the stakes are high and it could imperil or economic success but the the politics have been interesting because people aren't turning against trump yet you know a lot of the stories that you read where they're kind of suggest people are very misleading when you read the close there's a lot of stories also they like a soybean farmer who supports the president making the point you just made which was let's see how this goes soybean prices are falling i'm gonna be underwater this year but maybe it'll all work out i think people who support the president in any way we'll be inclined to blame others for some of these problems so it's not i don't think you're seeing his support fall in iowa wisconsin and and kind of other places where people are being hurt you know almond farmers in california i think eventually if we go into a recession then that's never good for the president but right now people aren't really blaming right now it's three point eight percent unemployment going to three point four let me talk to you a little bit about the tip asus of political incivility last night stephen miller chased wanted posters up tom cotton condemn them earlier on the show pan biondi we know about sarah huckabee sanders the antithesis of that is the minnesota state fair we're at broadcast often over the years al franken with santa cross on the corner from where i was i go over and talk to al and you norm coleman would be their temple any would be there mark dayton maybe people just go to the minnesota's paid three it doesn't matter if you're a democratic farm labor or a right wing republican everybody eats french fries eat cookies and gets dwayne always had whatever was fried on his stick but that's like the surprise james home and being minnesota born and raised at how this is spiraling i'm disappointed i'm sad the intolerance eight troubling my imbiber yesterday about how these these kind of maxine waters sort of things are going to backfire on democrats and play right into the president's hands and it was it was crazy because it's the holidays my piece i got thousands of emails yesterday from you know unhinged one percent of america is still three million people so that the.

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"james hillman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Fm one a one point five and am fourteen hundred the patriot welcome back america what an interesting day jay sherman representative mike gallagher tim alberta jeffrey goldberg said they rolled just talking to seth moulton for fifteen minutes and now james hillman from the washington post daily oh to reporter joins me to wrap it up james baton a lotta politics is boring because the zone special five point two six point maybe a seven point win for the republican when they count it all up but that's way below the twenty one points by which trump carried it how do you assess that and how do you put it into the context that my own tech which i'll share but let's get yours first yeah i mean the special election i think that there is a turn out problem has been endemic in not just house races but senate elections and and elsewhere there wasn't a lot of attention it wasn't nationalized but there is no question a switch and a shift and i think it's a wake up call for a republican members of congress even in a sensibly districts that they need to take the racist rampup fundraising organization and they've got to get out knock on doors and tell people who they are and why they're running but but let me offer my counter take as well i don't want to overreact or panic but the three specials have been georgia pennsylvania and arizona they've all been suburbs of major cities they've all been heavily dominated by the traditional defector in these things moms and so i think maybe in rural america the threat to the republican candidate is over but you can't really overstate it in a suburban district right or wrong absolutely one hundred percent correct and in.

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"james hillman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"In and dismantle everything so kim jong un is thinking about that deal that's what pompeo i assume i don't know i'm talked to mike pump held since he got back i assume that's what he's talking about and so the question then becomes though senators either believe that they know how kim jong un will react to negative vote in committee and possibly the rejection pump however slight that might be or they don't care to assert that they know what that guy is going to respond is absurd nobody does and the latter which is they don't care is simply irresponsible that it is terrible now i expect dianne feinstein who i've always had respect for i've never agreed with her but i've always had respect for she didn't like barbara boxer i've got respect for kamala harris to respect for a lot of democrats i have a lot of respect for tim kaine i've met chris murphy i thought he would be saying i hope chris coons doesn't do this and then chris coaches on foreign affairs he's a friend actually i think of them as a friend this is irresponsible in the extreme is eric trump as possible in the extreme at this moment in relationship with north korea with this tiny little open window just extremely irresponsible devote now on mike pompeo in committee or on the floor and i hope that sinks in on on msnbc tomorrow i've just doing a panel the mom got home and hopes for military dot com james hillman for the washington post advanta palmer from politico and al weaver from the washington examiner we'll we'll talk about all this and we'll talk about me and cohen and rosenstein evidently johnson swans on morning joe right now can you bring him up it may be what donald trump took out of the room and toll people but there was only three people in that room and i'm very skeptical that actually exactly happened the way that trump af toll people that i've heard that part of the holdup and making personnel changes at doj is that he would like to replace both jeff sessions and rosenstein that one or the other does not do the job he wants done.

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"james hillman" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on WGTK

"Welcome back america to hewitt joined by james helmet of the washington post follow him on twitter at james hillman subscribe to a daily to newsletter before i go to the new jane i'm really deeply disappointed that the twins canceled their game because of a little snow this weekend a little it wasn't just one of the worst storms in april it was like in the top ten all i'm worth no firms ever the pictures from my house where i grew up in apple valley violins we play violence for these minnesota honestly in ohio we play baseball at that time yes i i remember going to when i was we were emailing right after the twenty six election i was where you grew up in ohio and i went to a high school football game and it was just brutal below zero and and they were playing and we play how bad was it napa valley i think they got like seventeen inches the twins are grateful to have this time but that was really quite some snowstorm i flew to chicago on the weekend i it was like twenty five degrees i said what in the world is going on all right james i was with judge steven larson yesterday one of my law partners we're talking about this rule forty two motion it is entirely possible that sean hannity did not know that he was michael collins client i am a lawyer for thirty five years lots of people don't know it has anyone investigated that whether you know whether or not anyone has asked other lawyers today have clients that the clients don't know that they're the lawyers i think i think it's gonna end up having to come out to some degree son story was kind of a little bit inconsistent i'm not was changed but i you know what initially he said he just kinda the chatted with him then later he said he potentially eight him at one point i think that we obviously want to get clarity on that but yeah i'm not a lawyer i think we're going to have to learn more about what the nature of their relationship from a legal perspective was like asking hannity definitively categorically denies it coming arrange any kind of third party payment and if that's true you know i don't think this is kind of a mr lee scandal.

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"james hillman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Morning glory america on august april the third the third two thousand eighteen president sisi has won reelection in a really an uncontested one man show in egypt but he will be running that part of the world for a long period of time i'll talk about that later today with dr michael oren deputy prime minister of israel jeffrey goldberg will be a long day robert casa james hillman michael shear caution home with post share with the new york times jake sherman coming up this hour david drucker from the washington examiner sherman from playbook i begin though by the story in the new york times pruitt had fifty dollar condo linked to lobbyists their clients project approved whole lot of nothing can attack continues on scott pruitt why because yesterday according to the washington post epa to roll back emission standards handing automakers a big win scott pruitt's also opening up an attack on the hard left california environmentalist lobby which has a longstanding waiver extended to it for reasons not related at all that they could set the cafe standards for the entire country but it's a it's a battle between free market people represented by scott pruitt need pa and left wing bureaucrats then of course they go low attack pruitt's ethics very ethical man i've known him a long time so i went on msnbc last night with stephanie rule with one richard painter allegedly an ethics expert who served briefly for time in the bush administration as one of the lawyers working for my old friend and boss fred fielding here's how that went on msnbc yesterday joining me now richard painter white house ethics chief under president george w bush whose watchdog group is suing the president and hugh hewitt host of the radio show hugh hewitt show and host of msnbc's hugh saturdays at eight am to you first we have talked a number of times saying this is unprecedented this is unethical we can't believe they're doing this but now it's chris christie attacking trump and or his cabinet ethics does this signal some sort of shift chef we've all known that there's a better ignores ethics.

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"james hillman" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"james hillman" Discussed on Classic Races

"The amount of cleaning agents thirty five gallons of the leading premium gasoline citywide to countryside and whatever you drive wherever you go hercules tires has the value selection at industryleading warranty to get you there no matter where the road takes you do you more visit hercules tire dot com berkeley's tires right on our strength three hundred eighty laps complete one hundred twenty laps remaining darrell waltrip leading and the virginia five hundred over kellyanne borough in second place travis tiller is retired his automobile standing by with charlie harvey'll trevor's what was your problem while we had an all league began with and then nominate nominated went out and the car the battery went down till we can derm about sixty two hundred so we can run any we sat in the park though it might be dangerous out there we just couldn't get out of galloway bluer listening to james hillman while ago talking about the independent drivers and so forth his failings yes ardent and that's about a general feeling about a n i think thanks to be worked out two good there and i was to help show how do we definitely need help polka travis taylor thanks very much back to the towel karn abbreviate waltrip by a half lap over kalia borough in the second position richard petty maintaining a third and let's get the interval between the first and second place automobile and then that second and third place card keep you folks abreast of just what it looks like here in this half mile asphalt track by far the loveliest half mile track in american three hundred seventy lap rundown had going this way walter i kelly arbroath second richard petty maintaining third going forward was david pearson v was car number ninety which is the richard brooks automobile going six bobby allison in seventh bruce hill eight this carnival thirty walter ballard the ninth position belonging to richard childress at intent was james hilton eleventh was cicely gordon and twelve moving up with elmo langley into the twelfth position at three hundred seventy laps the interval between first and second place.

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