35 Burst results for "January Twentieth"

Worried Trump Could 'Go Rogue,' Milley Took Secret Action to Protect Nuclear Weapons

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 4 months ago

Worried Trump Could 'Go Rogue,' Milley Took Secret Action to Protect Nuclear Weapons

"Now the big story in washington. Dc and it really did grip the city yesterday is what the general milley say and doom did he say it after the new woodward and cost a book peril has appeared. The white house stepped forward to defend general milley against charges. He did anything inappropriate. Editorials in the washington post and the wall street journal both call for infant investigations and hearings under oath general milley for fear that he is compromised. Not merely american defense into conversations with china but the constitutional order. Now i have said from the beginning two days ago. Hold your fire on this. Wait and see. Acting secretary of defense miller who had replaced mark esperer at the time of the second call says he did not authorize the call and that's extraordinary cause for resignation. Mike pompeo went on fox with hannity last night and made some comments on this. What you to your secretary pompeo number one. I have no recollection of a conversation. Like that. look we were all pretty down. We are about to hand over the reins of foreign policy to what this administration we. We've seen these last eight months. What that means for the united states of america so if someone asked was excited about january twentieth and the fact that we were no longer going to have the capacity to secure american freedom. Count me for being a pretty dark place to. But what's important to know sean. Is you know all this has as a product that somehow there was. This fear there was there was a cabinet members. Run around concern. The donald trump was going to engage in some kind of rogue activity or some kind of act of war to sorta lash out. This never happened. Just it's just patently absurd and so the entire credit for all of this assessment that woodward is now laid out in his book. We'll see what turns out but make no mistake about it. During that entire time the entire time. I served all four years. We conducted orally foreign policy. We had national security team. That was working hard to make sure we make the best decisions. We possibly good. And i think the data set which show that. We did a pretty damn effect job and doing that.

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Biden Announces New COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

CNBC's Fast Money

02:09 min | 4 months ago

Biden Announces New COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

"Remarks at the white house. Let's listen about where we are in the battle against cove. Nineteen the progress. We've made the work we have left to do. And it starts in understanding this even as the delta very nineteen has co with nineteen has been hitting this country hard we have the tool to combat the virus if we can come together as a country and use those tools if we raise our vaccination rate protect ourselves and others with masking expanded test team and identify people who are infected we can and we will turn the tide cove. Take a lot of hard work. It's gonna take some time. Many of us are frustrated with the nearly eighty million americans who are still not vaccinated even though the vaccine is safe effective and free it might be confused about what is true what is false about covert nineteen so before outlined the new steps to fight covert nineteen th and. I'm going to be announcing tonight. That may give us some clear information about where we stand. I we have conserved. We've made considerable progress in battling cova. Nineteen when i became president about two million americans were fully vaccinated today over one hundred and seventy five million. Americans have that protection before. I took office. We had an order enough vaccine for every american just weeks in office. We did the week before. I took office on january twentieth of this year over. Twenty five thousand. America's died that we can covert nineteen last week that grim weekly toll was down seventy percent and in three months before i took office our economy was faltering creating just fifty thousand jobs a month. We're averaging seven hundred thousand new jobs a month in the past three months.

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Biden Has Been Wrong on Every Major Foreign Policy Decision

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:26 min | 5 months ago

Biden Has Been Wrong on Every Major Foreign Policy Decision

"Axios is reporting this morning that to biden officials spoke with access on the condition of anonymity saying quote. There was no plan to evacuate our diplomats. The airport a senior national security adviser told actives about the preparation inherited from the trump administration. None of this was on the shelves so to speak when we got in on january twentieth. We saw that. The cupboard was bear. Your comments senator. Just hugh preposterous blame shifting From a president who gave each yesterday that was dangerously detached from reality You know he said he Soccer team hugh And he's been power speech trying to pass the buck to the trump administration is it sounds like these administration officials are doing on background male or to the afghan political leadership for the afghan military or even the afghan civilians are being targeted by the taliban. Now you know the administration has complained about a lot of trump policies. That didn't prevent them. From changing. almost every trump policy. They adopted Such as the remain in mexico policy at the border done somehow. This is the one policy. The afghan policy in your hands are tied and they can do nothing when in reality what you're saying is the chickens coming home to refer joe biden as bob day said ten years ago. Joe biden has been wrong about nearly every major or policy and national security issues for the last four decades

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Trump's Lawyer Jenna Ellis Discusses Truth Behind 2020 Audits

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | 6 months ago

Trump's Lawyer Jenna Ellis Discusses Truth Behind 2020 Audits

"So what do than three million. This is across the nation plus the video streams and everything else in the podcast. What do people need to know about recent developments in the last month. What's happening where where what what is tending toward. And what could we expect. Yes so the audits in arizona and georgia are continuing on their tracks. Already as i said in fulton county georgia. There are enough. Suspect ballots there. to overturn. The result in georgia were close to that in arizona. Pennsylvania is looking at their own audit. Our friend doug muster on is heading up that effort and so this is becoming a greater bowl rolling to make sure that we get to these audits What's so frustrating courses. That democrats even joe biden or fighting this every step of the way But we're in the midst of this fight and we're still gonna fight for the truth to come out and then where we go from here is taking those results and having the state legislatures then make a finding that those certifications were not presented to congress according to state law where we go from there. What the remedy is will people always say. Well you know. We can't have a constitutional crisis all these rhinos. I'm sorry folks. We're already in a constitutional crisis. We know that the current sitting president of the united states was constitutionally installed according to the electoral college votes but they were based on false certifications where the remedy goes that's where constitutional layers might like myself others on our election. Integrity lands board others. That i'm talking to were still investigating that in analyzing okay post january twentieth post january six. Where can we go from here to get not just election integrity but election justice.

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Will Donald Trump Run for President in 2024?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:55 min | 6 months ago

Will Donald Trump Run for President in 2024?

"President to santa's is sworn in at noon on january twentieth. Twenty twenty five is the first guy he fires chris. Wray or general mark milley. Well i would. I would actually think since one of his campaign shirts Says don't sell my florida. I think he's i think he's might might be looking in that direction. i Race we we'll see. I think that all depends on what What former president trump decides to do. And then i think we're going to have a ripple effect from there. Well my my thought. Is that the president who has a big supporter of and i went to nevada with rick. Grenell to lawyer on his behalf after the disputed election of last november. I kinda i kinda think. Donald trump probably not going to run for a of reasons All of which make make make good sense you know. He's he's getting older ones. Spend time and i think he'd make a heck of a kingmaker. What do you what do you think. Do you think suppressants gonna run again. I think if If the decision were today. I put my money on he does. He's still fired up. And every time i've seen he's got a lot of energy and and what i enjoy and talking to them is just talking about all the things that he got done. He did it nearly as downloading What he what. He got accomplished that people in washington. Dc been opining about and hand wringing about for decades. The democrats had been asking for justice reform for decades Really joe biden's nineteen ninety four crime. Bill

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Fashioned from Nature in China with Edith Cheung

Dressed: The History of Fashion

01:55 min | 8 months ago

Fashioned from Nature in China with Edith Cheung

"So first exhibited at the v a london in two thousand eighteen fashioned from nature invited viewers to really consider the materiality of clothing and and really brings into sharp perspective the role that nature has played historically and today in the clothes we wear from plan. Animal fibers dies construction and decoration and while this exhibition focused primarily on european dress fashioned from nature in china than in now highlights the relationship between fashion and nature specifically reference to historic chinese textiles. And dress and edith. I'm hoping can you please tell us a little bit about how this new section of the exhibition came to be first of all. This is also a real surprise. Last year is the colbert year. We were actually in january twentieth. I came back from joe to hong kong. And that's like the fresh news of covid and then you. We were all hoping we'll all assume it will be over very soon but intent and i knew them that two thousand twenty's program would be canceled was actually full workshops that were working on and then by april. I just got a call from the Oh would you have. Would you be interested in is so of course immediately. We were connected to the design society team that very quickly already on on the internet search about this exhibition that i i've heard of i haven't seen myself but being being trained in the film industry liked you. We were very aware of the budget And timeline at whatever. I think it's gonna open end of the year so this already for me. I already have my mindsets You know what is

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Former NBA center Shawn Bradley paralyzed

CNN 5 Things?

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Former NBA center Shawn Bradley paralyzed

"Former dallas mavericks center. Shawn bradley was left paralyzed after a car struck him from behind while he was riding his bicycle. The incident happened on january twentieth. Just one block from his home in. Saint george utah. Bradley has released details for the first time. The seven foot six former basketball player had neck fusion surgery following the accident and has spent the past eight weeks in

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Capitol Police warn of extended March 4 – 6 militia threat against Congress

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:05 min | 11 months ago

Capitol Police warn of extended March 4 – 6 militia threat against Congress

"The trump cult cunanan having failed to take the capital on january the sixth or hero roundup the deep state. Satanist cabal secretly controls the world on inauguration day had lately drawn a red circle around today march the fourth on which they believe. Donald trump will return to the white house and resume his presidency spoiler alert. He won't nevertheless fbi intelligence about another possible plot to storm. The capital has resulted in the implementation of extra security on joined with more on this. Jeffrey howard political philosopher. University college. London jeffrey with old you acknowledgement of the perils of taking any of the cunanan and associated. Nonsense seriously. why were they excited about march. The fourth march the fourth has a particular role to play in the broader cunanan story and the short version of it is that marched. The fourth was the original inauguration. Date for the us presidency so george. Washington's inauguration was scheduled for march the fourth seventeen eighty-nine as it happens it didn't actually occur in fact due to bad weather and so it had to be postponed to april. But for nearly a hundred and fifty years marched. The fourth was the inauguration date for the presidency until the twentieth amendment which was enacted in nineteen. Thirty three changed. The inauguration date a january twentieth for the reelection of franklin roosevelt. And so it's part of a broader aspect of cunanan ideology which very much anchors it at as in the american past in particular before nineteen seventy one cunanan followers believed that the. Us government has been wholly illegitimate Since the presidency of of ulysses s grant for very complicated and bizarre reasons we could get into. But it's that idea of march the fourth as the original. The right inauguration date for the american presidency that has given it such prominence in the cunanan ideology.

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Police uncover ‘possible plot’ by militia to breach Capitol

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Police uncover ‘possible plot’ by militia to breach Capitol

"As Congress probes January's capital attack capitol police say more violence may be coming the capitol police say they have intelligence showing a possible plot by a militia group to breach the capital tomorrow the threat appears connected to a far right conspiracy theory that Donald Trump will again rise to power tomorrow March fourth that was the original presidential inauguration date before it shifted to January twentieth nearly ninety years ago the statement differs from an advisory the house's top security officials and lawmakers this week saying capitol police had no indication groups would come here to Washington to protest or commit acts of violence Sager made Donnie Washington

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Biden declares major disaster in Texas as federal aid flows.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:35 min | 11 months ago

Biden declares major disaster in Texas as federal aid flows.

"I'm anthony davis a month into the job and focused on the corona virus. Joe biden is seeing his disaster management skills tested after winter storms plunged texas oklahoma and neighboring states into an unusual deep-freeze that left millions shivering in homes that lost heat and power and in many homes water at least sixty nine deaths across the. Us have been blamed on the blast of unseasonable weather. The white house announced on saturday that the president had declared a major disaster in texas and he had asked for federal agencies to identify additional resources to address. The suffering biden came into office january twentieth promising to tackle a series of brewing crises. Starting with the corona virus pandemic and it's ripple effects on the economy. He tacked on systemic racism and climate change as top priorities and now. he's contending with storms. That have not only imperilled americans but also delayed shipment and administration of millions of doses of corona virus. Vaccines biden said on friday that he hopes to travel to texas next week but doesn't want his presence in the accompanying presidential entourage to distract from the recovery biden who offered himself during the campaign as the experienced and empathetic candidate. The nation needed at this moment in time is working on several fronts to address the situation and to avoid repeating the

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Springsteen charged with drunken driving; Jeep ad on pause

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Springsteen charged with drunken driving; Jeep ad on pause

"An iconic rock star is facing the delight charging his native New Jersey the incident took place November fourteenth of the National Park Service says the boss was stopped and cited for driving under the influence reckless driving and consuming alcohol in a closed area and that means jeep has decided to hit the brakes on the Super Bowl TV commercial that featured him this past Sunday that ad showed Springsteen in a jeep in a spot that urge people to find common ground that was one of two high profile appearances with Springsteen lately he performed at Joe Biden's inauguration Washington on January twentieth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Streaking Kings win 4th straight, beat Clippers 113-110

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Streaking Kings win 4th straight, beat Clippers 113-110

"The kings have a four game winning streak after a one thirteen one ten victory over the clippers the Arent fox porting thirty six points and buddy Hield added twenty two as Sacramento improved to seventy one cents to nineteen point dropping by the clippers on January twentieth fox two consecutive three pointers to put Sacramento ahead one oh three one oh one right way you can get anybody you're really the season I think we're doing that and you know we had a little mishap we're in the best interest we're still scorn you know something but we're giving out one twenty one thirty Lou Williams scored twenty three points off the bench for the clippers who have dropped two in a row for the first time this season I'm Dave Ferrie

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Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James: 'It would be great' to visit White House to celebrate NBA championship

BallCourt - The World of Basketball with Coach Drew

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James: 'It would be great' to visit White House to celebrate NBA championship

"Talking about the championships of the west and actually champions of the entire nba. The lakers now with the current president. That is in office currently leaving office on the twentieth of january. The brian james and the los angeles lakers have actually had talks. A visiting the visiting the white house after president elect joe biden takes office. Now this is going to be something amazing because the last time actually we saw a we we saw a team visit. The white house from the nba was actually in november of two thousand and sixteen men. That was a while ago. And yes it was lebron. James and the cleveland cavaliers. So right now. There's been a drought of players. It's actually going in and visited but they said that After january twentieth pendant on how things they may be going go ahead and doing so right now with the first half of the season that scheduled already out is not showing that washington has a home game with Against the lakers to go ahead and give a broad and opportunity to do so but they have not released the second half of the schedule as of yet a lot of things that are taking place with covid nineteen and seeing how they are responding to the pandemic with life outside of the bubble. The are waiting until a little bit closer towards the second half of the season to go ahead and get that released so we are waiting on pins and needles and hopefully that does

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"january twentieth" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In the year. Well this is what i do. Know is the common cold corona virus. And i've gotten more than one would not be my expectation that as a matter of fact i've gotten things that i would call the common cold in more than one in a given season now. I'm not guaranteeing that every common. In fact i know that is not true that every common cold is a corona virus. But i know that a coronavirus calls what causes what we call. The common cold has rights one of the viruses. That may cause a cold one of the infections. This is a problem. That doesn't go away on january twentieth of course and Referring to in trump leaves the white house and a succeeded by president-elect joe biden case you live in iraq. She said many fringe radicals a day. Joe biden leaves the because.

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Netflix Eats The World

MarketFoolery

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Netflix Eats The World

"It's wednesday january twentieth. Welcome to talk with me today. Tarman and colorado. Tim byers good to see you to see you too chris. How's it going. It's going pretty well. We've got some tech equipment news. We've got consumer goods in the news but we are going to start with the stock of the day and that is netflix. Fourth quarter revenue came in little higher than expected. Prophets were on the light side but netflix added eight and a half million global subscribers. That's about two million. More than wall street was expecting and shares up fourteen percent today. It's it's pretty impressive here. I think what we can say now officially is that in the streaming wars netflix's coke disney plus this pepsi. Everybody else can take a seat. Or i don't know who the rc. Cola here is chris but clearly. Netflix's the coke. I mean just take a look at those eight and a half million subscribers. The thing that really stands out to me here. Chris is at eighty. Three percent of those subscribers are from overseas and this is something. That really shouldn't surprise us. But i think does surprise the street because we think that netflix is a us company. And they are. I mean they do get a lot of their revenue and profit from the us but they are increasingly seating programming around the world in foreign languages with local producers local talent. But here's the other thing that's really interesting. I haven't watched this yet crisp. But i i have a conspiracy theory about this. That part of the big jump. Here is the queen's gambit. And i have not seen it. I've not seen the queen's gambit. I have cheated and watched a lot of clips on youtube but apparently this thing was massive in russia because russians like chess and it was apparently of a pretty big hit there. But i do think there's a lot of programming that hits here and then starts hitting in other territories in the queen's gambit just kind of continues the trend.

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The Latest: Azar condemns Capitol riot in resignation letter

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Azar condemns Capitol riot in resignation letter

"Health and Human Services secretary Alexander uses his letter of resignation to condemn the assaults on the U. S. capitol in his resignation letter to president trump health and Human Services secretary Alex sees our rights the attacks on the capital were an assault on our democracy and other tradition a peaceful transitions of power that the United States of America first brought to the world he called on trump to continue to condemn unequivocally any form of violence to demand that no one attempt to disrupt the inaugural activities in Washington or elsewhere and to continue to support unreservedly the peaceful and orderly transition of power on January twentieth aides are also wrote that the actions and rhetoric following the election threatened to tarnish the accomplishments of the administration Tim acquire Washington

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Robin Givhan on the US Capitol Siege and Vogues Kamala Harris Cover

The Business of Fashion Podcast

08:03 min | 1 year ago

Robin Givhan on the US Capitol Siege and Vogues Kamala Harris Cover

"To better understand the gravity of the political moment in washington. Dc and how evoke cover became a flashpoint amidst the us political crisis. I spoke to robin kvant. The pulitzer prize winning writer. Who is the senior critic at large writing about politics race and the arts for the washington post and whose own column on the topic was headlined. Vogue got to familiar too fast. I i asked her about the mood. In washington dc. Right now and how it feels. As an american seeing american democracy under threat i start with just A deep sigh. Because i think that for most people. There's just an element of just. There are no words to really express what we're witnessing and you know it's been for a for a significant part of the country. The last four years have been an exhausting emotional emotionally draining time and You know and then add in a pandemic and than to see this. It's just extraordinarily disheartening. And and shocking. And i would also just say i i think there's also an aspect of Sort of sad inevitability Would have seemed like this was predictable and yet we were incapable of south it. Yeah i agree. Everyone kind of you could see this coming with the rhetoric and that president trump has been Spewing out over the last four years using social media as a kind of bullhorn to broadcast this kind of you know hatred and divisive rhetoric. That's from our perspective. Over here in london and i know people other part in other parts of the world you know. We always look to america as his beacon of democracy and to see you know a country that we admire and look up to so much going through this. It's you know we find it. Refined it heartbreaking and really sad as well but you know that point around inevitability. I couldn't agree with you more Later today you know. it's wednesday were recording this It seems as though president trump will be impeached by the house of representatives. What do you think this will signify in this crisis that america's going through right now this political crisis. I think that's a really good question. I i'm not sure You know. I think we've gotten to a point what in at at which every time there's been a sense of okay this is you know the nature like it has to sort of shift at this point shift where the batter And we've kind of been proven wrong so You know an a president who has been. We'll have been impeached twice as a pretty extraordinary thing. But i think we have really clear evidence from last week that there's a certain percentage of the population who will be undeterred and he will be even more exercise and ultimately a it will it has has starting to cease to be about president trump and he has just bad. A you know the the key. That's unlocked this avalanche of darkness. Really because a lot of the the rhetoric that was being spewed out there at the capitol was related to trump fights. You know there were a list of grievances that people had that really had nothing to do with. He was in the white house I think it's bad you know. They've just sort of been given permission to express their grievances in this really violent way. But i do hope that You know i'm wrong and that The vote will will mean something and will mean something that will shift things for the better. I guess some people's perspective could be that this process that congress is going through over the next few days Will be the end of a very dark chapter in. Us history and we have a new administration Starting on january twentieth that seems poised to kind of address some of the critical issues that have surfaced during the current administration's tenure but others are worried. Maybe like you that. Actually this isn't the end of the chapter. It's just opening up and has highlighted that have seventy four million people voted for donald trump. There's at least a portion of those people represented by the groups that showed up at the capital last week. That have been kind of in a way activated by trump. And you know there's you know ten potentially tens of millions of these people depending on which you know opinion. Polls you believe what do you. What do you think of that. I get is the end of a particular chapter. What the next chapter will look like however I is is the question. And i don't think that You know on on january twenty at twelve a one pm you know the sun is magically going to come out and everything's going to be washed away. I think it's going. We're going to have a lot of really difficult difficult work to do. And i think there's going to be a lot of sort of weeding out of some of these pheno terrible elements in our culture and. I don't think that we can really do that until we sort of. Reckon with our history you know for so much of the the rhetoric that's coming from the people who were you know the mob that writing at the capital so much of it to my mind seems to be kind of rooted in american history Of that deals with race and gender issues And what exactly you know freedom and equality need that have never really that we really never really come to terms with and i don't think that we can really move forward productively until we do come to terms of died and you know a lot of people you know the first thing that They will say when people try to go and examine history on and understand what it means for. The president is bat either. Don't wanna go back there. They don't wanna revisit it. They don't want to have that conversation or they simply want to serve you at through these rose colored lenses and sort of glorify it And ignore the the worst

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‘I feel betrayed’ — Ken Langone blasts Trump and Capitol rioters, vows to support Biden

Squawk Pod

01:11 min | 1 year ago

‘I feel betrayed’ — Ken Langone blasts Trump and Capitol rioters, vows to support Biden

"Katie kramer today on our podcast. Ken langone in an extended interview. The famed investor and home depot co-founder weighs in on crisis in the capital feel. the trade. Last wednesday was disgraced. It should never have happened in this country. And if it doesn't break every america's heart something's wrong it breaks my heart. In spite of civil unrest he certain about one thing or i care about is one thing january twentieth. Biden's go to be sworn in as president. And i'm going to work my ass off anyway i can. If he's a great suggestion. President we all went. Landon speaks out as the patron of a major new york hospital and a product to the city's public schools. What are we going to start as a nation to realize double to be eaten alive by our foreign competitors for one basic reason. Public education in america is disaster. And i've said years ago. What are we gonna fit. And he's got a message for the one percent we need to put. The greater good of the country. Had a philosophical beliefs are on our own aspirin. You want to spend more money. You know what i'm saying is let's pay more taxes. Everybody i know that's a feels the same way. It's

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Snapchat will terminate Trump's account on Jan. 20

Daily Tech News Show

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Snapchat will terminate Trump's account on Jan. 20

"Axios sources say that snapple will permanently banned president trump snapchat account on january twentieth last week. The company announced an indefinite suspension of the account and previously had been limiting the accounts reach the discover section since june snapchat reportedly found the account attempted to violate policies. Dozens of times and that the band was seen as a public safety measure based on president trump's behaviour inciting violence and other platforms

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"january twentieth" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on KTRH

"Marc Stein in for us what I feel about this from her new single okay at the beginning then not so this is so this is my bag this from the music not saying it's a resignation issue or anything but yes there was a little too mellow rolls vague and ambiguous beginning Markstein rush we have two big stories that connected Russia and China we talked we spent three is the media spent three years talking about Russia meantime China took over the world with which now we will expect to just go back to that they're going to impeach Pompeii because pump I had a government employee walk his dog as opposed to walking the dog himself surrounded by twelve man security detail all locals on guy went to stupid says that that's the too stupid to survive files and then the the the China story the Russia story the masking the unmasking citizens in mosques and meanwhile your confidential phone calls on my last Russia said they had that one can just give us a small point from this Susan rice thing is Promi Susan rice's email says that there are asking Kobe about things from a law enforcement perspective okay that's what the FBI started out as it's a police agency that policeman you can do you know they they you can call the G. men you can romanticize them you can give them all kinds of fancy of powers but in the S. in the end they just policemen suddenly told me is making in this email from Susan rice national security judgments I even if I thought Comey was competent to make national security judgments I wouldn't want to making national security judgments about what's the outgoing national security adviser can tell the incoming national security adviser Susan rice is very careful because people are protecting each other here to basically put this all on Kobe was the hat me was the only guy everyone else was cleaning out their desks tell me was the only one on January twentieth staying in that hang in I'm continuing to do the job and in this release email this declassified email tell me he says and soon all editing right Susan rice's account of what he says is very interesting because he distinguishes from a law enforcement the lawyer he reiterated that our law enforcement team needs to proceed as it normally would by the book that's Obama and then director Comey says director co me affirm that he is proceeding by the book as it relates to law enforcement from a national security perspective Comey said he does have some concerns now this is what's gone wrong with the FBI you don't if you want a national police agency that's fine but I don't think it I don't think it should be having the idea of tell me actually in effect telling the nationals advising the national security adviser not to tell the truth to her successor is actually insane from a national security perspective Kobe said he does have some concerns that incoming NSA flame is speaking frequently with Russian ambassador Kislyak what is frequently made I think the I think Comey's guys basically surveilled and eavesdropped own six phone calls between Flynn and the Russian ambassador at a time when the outgoing administration quite import properly was imposing sanctions in its lame duck period what is six polls speaking frequently how to send video you make free calls to the Canadian ambassador did the is is it for is is six goals too much because he only made two calls to the French ambassador well the New Zealand ambassador this is what Flynn is doing right now he's he's coming in as national security adviser and he's calling foreign countries who is co me to determine what is too many colds and does this mean when he says he's speaking frequently that he's made six calls to the Russian ambassador where is at the time of the last incoming administrations eight years ago the incoming NSA guy only made two calls to the Russian ambassador this is insane this is the this is why this whole transition period needs to go I'm also isn't what they mean that someone doing that you know just something the less never says that the left comes up with things like in twenty years ago they said they will vote for gay marriage right never happened in human history and the next thing you know it's happened nobody ever said to them you know you're getting crazy that that's never gonna happen give it up that's never gonna happen the the left if you look at if you look at the if you look at the Nancy Pelosi wishlist it's always the same it's a it's like abortion it's cannabis and its open borders and by god and you notice that they're actually getting their way on all that stuff where is our wish list on these things why don't why don't we have a list of things that need to change and actually focus on I'm so tired of pointless attenuated and Siebel I'm gonna get a little bit of a tax rate cut hair in the corporate taxes and nothing else Paul Ryan conservatism for want of a better word there's no point you get a corporate tax cut and you lose the planet what the hell is the point of that functioning for rush we got lots more you're listening to the EIB network during.

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"january twentieth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the east beat the Lakers by thirty two in Boston that match up back on January twentieth Lakers right now five game lead over the nuggets for the top spot in the Western Conference according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski Sixers Ben Simmons underwent initial evaluation on his injured back undergo more tests in Philadelphia on Monday Simmons left the game did not return after aggravating his back injury in Saturday's lopsided loss at Milwaukee Grizzlies Kieran Jackson dealing with a sprained left knee he's going to be re evaluated in three weeks college basketball today big ten matchup in Bloomington Indiana Indiana playing host to number nine Penn state here's raspberries tablet yes the Justin Smith back outside our world thanks a lot great he takes it back to al al for extractions it ended around it was against Monticello puts up this is Indiana by eight sixty eight sixty against Penn state confirmar field IMG college Lamar Stevens twenty nine in the long Ryan Newman said in a statement released by Roush Fenway racing today he is being treated for a head injury that intends to return to racing again this season and then involved in a violent crash at the end of the Daytona five hundred on Monday met Johannes says but as we do with the media this morning at Mets spring training camp said he's hopeful to be ready for opening day it's one of the game's oldest rivalry spanning seven decades and it's not to be missed Celtics Lakers today at three eastern on ESPN radio and on the.

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"january twentieth" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Here Monday January twentieth two thousand twenty you are listening to the o'reilly update here's what's happening today in America Joe Biden calling for the repeal of legal protections for some social media companies pas rent Nadler accusing Senate Republicans of orchestrating a cover up in the impeachment trial Mike Bloomberg says part of his success is a result of white privilege the world happiest country also boasts the highest suicide rate also does skin color really matter in America but first job I now ask you lawmakers to repeal statutes that protect large internet companies from defamatory content posted on their platforms the current system shields corporations like Facebook and Google from lawsuits for false information liable even criminal plots so called conspiracies overturning a law could force tech giants to regulate what users share on social media if the material is harmful house judiciary chairman a Jerry Nadler accusing Senate Republicans of orchestrating a cover up saying GOP lawmakers are trying to conceal key witnesses during the president's impeachment trial not a telling congressional colleagues Democrats will not consider any agreement allowing the testimony of Joe Biden or his son hunter so doesn't that fall under the cover up charge in my Bloomberg telling reporters part of his financial success is a direct result of white privilege the former New York City mayor saying quote my story might have turned out very differently if I had been black on quote the seventy seven year old businessman has an estimated net worth of more than sixty billion dollars and his story what would have been different if you had been African American morning this coming up in the message of the day also according to a Wall Street sources mayor Mike is preparing to spend up to two billion to take down Donald Trump do thousand twenty Bloomberg currently polling at about nine percent is paying millions for an advertisement during the Super Bowl country Finland ranked number one in the world happiness report the nation taking the top spot in key indexes like generosity honesty health income unfortunately it also ranks highest on the planet for suicide researchers blame that sad statistic a long dark winter and I income gap between rich and poor in a moment skin.

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"january twentieth" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on KGO 810

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"january twentieth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Heck I'm just change your nerve there or something wait for every ligament intended in my neck I didn't have any feeling on my arm but so here's the story about the starlet G. yes I put my health it it deters down and yes there was a pattern they're in place for me to have an accident but in that moment remember the little inner voice in my head said don't let him touch your neck and I didn't listen so I have free well and I I could have easily left Beilein not had that accident please you listen to yourself you're not I'm trying to say over and over again tonight about these transit just because we're getting a hurricane or just because something is difficult if you're into your selfie plugging in the beginning of the show we're moving into a more vertical way of living not horizontal where being connected to higher forces your whatever your spiritual life this being more connected to nature these are the things that help us connect with that little tiny inner voice that will never hear it in the wrong place and yeah I put myself in an astrological danger zone and I could have been completely fine that's not birthday is coming up in ten days January twentieth nineteen sixty six January twentieth nineteen sixty six Penelope's with us in Los Angeles I Penelope hi I Leslie hi how are you I'm okay I'm hanging in there and guess what you're one of those unlucky people like me the last caller you've got your moon in Capricorn next year let or that you're getting a direct hit so emotionally you're normally handle life in a in a much more easy going fashion but boy this last year especially right now you are not used to feeling uncomfortable I correct yeah well actually my life is kind of strange people are people since two thousand and three and I know I'd like I'm actually born ten minutes longer query is ten past twelve noon so I'm really on the cusp of Pavel Clinton curry is in my mind corn right and I had a very unusual life but I know I have a grand time noon late great chart I am wondering if and I am going through at up people again with my living situation I am wondering if there's only clearing gonna come up because it's been going on for a long time now I'm pretty tired of it yeah you heard of it well the good news is that Jupiter the planet of good fortune is coming into Capricorn in a couple months so it's going to get better hang on there then hang em right yeah Hey emeritus just and just listen to your little inner voice you know you're going to be fine it's just the pattern and it hasn't been easy fun one and you'll get through it and you're not alone there are a lot of other people who are going through this right now as well and it is hard I I will hundred percent agree with you on that one all right now let the good luck to you next birthday September second nineteen eighty September second nineteen eighty let's go to Erin truck driving in Texas Erin welcome to the program morning George Leslie great show that thank you for taking my call thank you I'm not I'm not the only one but the last week or so I felt like twenty twenty to bring in a big change for me will you tell me about that okay so you basically have your venous which is your love planet having to do with women at that twenty four degrees of answer and it where that Saturn Pluto conjunction is opposite that said you have something going on with your love life right now that that spill from addict for you not that I know of them happily married yeah that way you yearn stick that way that way that's good so it could just be that you've got your wife that often because you're traveling all the time yes that is correct okay so I guess what I would say is that your wife would probably agree with me that she needs more attention and if you when you are not traveling if you can just break the pattern of what you've been doing with her and try to spend more time with her that would be a huge check for you and something that the universal patterns are telling me that would be a a major shift and I'm really happy good things though this is a perfect example of where these transit are actually able to bring about that transformation that actually makes things even better good luck in your like the counselor archer absolutely yeah that that's what I do I I try to make life easier for people to try to get out the way so that people don't have to suffer and I mean that I just looked total impasse and can be a difficult thing some people's chart you take me a day or two to recover from and I have to learn how to get better at back because I literally when I do someone's chart George actually feel like I'm inside of them and you know you're part of the deal I'm part of them yeah and that's why they can feel that the compassion that I feel for them and understanding and and I always tell people look it's it's not your fault when you feel like life is got you and that bad place you feel like you're pushed into a corner it doesn't feel good that someone there to hold your hand and say if it's true that is what's happening for you there's something very beautiful about having that recognize but always I will leave my clients with the knowledge that you must take control from that point on make sure you don't stay in that pulverized state because that's not a good thing next birthday for you Leslie is fab six nineteen sixty two February sixth nineteen sixty two Brian's weather's in Indianapolis are bright eight George happy new year happy belated each year in your group thank you Brian like you're still truck driving along yeah we're not working in the yard today I'm I'm here work manic we got to do for eight years it's all in the end we bring that bring us rain or snow snow we're on the warm side right yeah we're getting that in Saint Louis right now go ahead last only got about a minute left okay you have one of the most unusual track of ever seeing ever you are extremely Aquarian you've got six planets in aquaria and like George you are not being adversely affected by this the number one thing I would say to you though is that you don't have a lot of in your chart so being grounded being outside walking in nature getting upset that the type of stuff that would help you because Aquarius is you've got an amazing brain your your hold only on the cutting edge of dot new thinking all the time a cold very unusual very sensitive turned I would imagine you're pretty psychic and pretty amazingly intuitive but your job in this lifetime is to get yourself ground it super Brian good luck to you and the happy.

"january twentieth" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on AP News

"Nineteen eighty four the newest group will be honored at a January twentieth ceremony sign Jack when the house judiciary committee's concluded its first hearing into whether president trump should be impeached for asking the president of Ukraine to investigate political rivals Stanford law professor Pamela Carlin says yes drawing a foreign government into our elections isn't especially be serious abuse of power because it undermines democracy itself two others agreed but legal scholar Jonathan Turley did not saying the evidence isn't there if you believe in democracy if you could remove a sitting president then you have an obligation not to realign inference when they're still information you can gather after the hearing lawmakers remain split along party lines president trump is returned to the White House after a NATO summit in London he highlighted policy differences with allies and publicly insulted the leaders of Canada and France there's been a shooting at the Pearl Harbor naval base in Honolulu local media report that there were injuries a bank robbery turned deadly in la Verne ia today a forty three year old female worker was found shot to death outside the bank a suspect was captured later there are more cars being recall because of faulty Takata airbags are Matt small report the recall covers certain vehicles made by BMW Volkswagen Honda Toyota and Mitsubishi between nineteen ninety five in the year two thousand not only are exploding inflators a problem some of these air bags will not activate after a crash New Hope for people suffering delusions and paranoia from Alzheimer's researchers say that a drug called new placid which helps Parkinson's patients can also help other brain disorders tree lighting ceremony is today at the U. S. capitol in new York's Rockefeller Center this is a piece this state of Minnesota is suing jul labs for unlawfully targeting young people Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says E. cigarette maker jul labs created a public nuisance and violated state consumer protection laws with products containing more addictive doses of nicotine than conventional cigarettes and other E. cigarettes Alison sued jul labs Wednesday seeking unspecified damages and civil penalties Minnesota also wants jul to stop marketing to young people and take other corrective measures the Minnesota lawsuit is separate from lawsuits filed by several other states in the last two weeks in a statement jul said it is working with attorneys general regulators and other stakeholders to prevent underage use of its products I might cross yeah Willie Nelson may recently given up smoking cigarettes but a spokeswoman says that that doesn't mean he's given up pot the eighty six year old country music legend says that he's made the move to take better care of himself Jackie Quinn AP.

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"january twentieth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This January twentieth twenty seventeen a dog Eurasian day headline the campaign to impeach president trump has begun Washington post January twentieth twenty seventeen. this is not new for them they've been trying since the day he became president you don't keep me up at night I'm sure is what keeps me up at night. is this spineless. Republican in the Senate. hi I'm of the unnamed establishment. Republicans who are not do you think Senate Republicans are are are in battle mode right now. where are the subpoenas were their investigations with the Republicans control the Senate. what are they doing to fight on behalf of the of this administration and this country. they don't want the establishment exposed anymore than Democrats to. that's what keeps me up at night I'm not worried about the president's ability to fight I'm not worried about it I'm worried about the lack of fight from Senate Republicans right now and they better get off their rear ends and start fighting for the American people what this country is doomed we've got such a good mission in in America one list your help I want to again remind you about the camaraderie foundation you what do something good you want to do you want to do god's work right now how about our veterans who are suffering from PTSD or other invisible wounds of war you may know a veteran you may appreciate that there's a lot of people in your life who are depressed who have other issues in terms of transition.

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"january twentieth" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Immediately on january twentieth of twenty twenty one i will first of all we cannot forget our daca recipients and so i'm going to start there i will immediately by executive action reinstate daca status and dr protection to those young people i will further Protection for deferral of deportation for their parents. all right so that was kind of a harris the senator from california and it was the other ten in miami after the first debate rolled out this was the second because so many are on the stage and qualified is interesting but in the debating world the person who takes the mantle who has the heart of pinions and runs with it doesn't back down seems to win so if there was a winner in this democratic row i would say that it would have to be probably her because she most likely got the most time she went after joe biden in fact biden kind of stammered as the california senator in the words of the drudge report ate him alive and she said at one point talking about being that lou earl was me so there wasn't much to come back with a little bit of over that she turned her head she looked directly the former vice president and said i'm going to direct it you don't believe you're racist agree with you when you commit yourself to the importance of finding common ground but i also believe it's personal and it was hurtful to hear you talk about the reputations of two u._s. senators who built their reputations in career on segregation of race in this country that kind of went back and forth a you know a little bit and she held her ground as far as that was concerned and he certainly got a lot of time in the debate and got a lot of points across and it's interesting in watching the second time around and thinking i've said this before you have a incoming president incumbent president who is going for a second term where we've elected them the last four this'll be the fourth time if it's trump so what democrat has enough there there to really go up against the president who's pulling numbers have dipped but then they saw back up again because it's going to depend on of course what the economy what's happening with world politics that could affect us financially it really is what's in your wallet because people that are stressed and strained and can't afford healthcare can't afford food get afford house whatever it is that definitely plays into the hands of whoever's either running against the president of presidential year who is the president who holds the economic our and so this is where we be gin folks k delaney once again welcome to this show if you've never heard this before coming up this weekend is funny the loudest voice and i thought about that the loudest voice who had allowed his voice on that stage and might have been her but the loudest voices actually the inside story of the man who built fox news roger ailes the now deceased roger ailes is coming up on showtime and just looking at politics and fox and going back into the the history of fox and the timing of these democratic bates and then the run reprennent it's it's curious and it'll be interesting to see how much of the politics of the day besides the harassment issues and all of that they actually mix in to what is portrayed on this in this little tiny mini series and there's been a lot of conversation about that so the conversation definitely flowed in a lot of different directions and it had to do with the same things that we had heard before if you watched the previous night and i think there are a lot of republicans and others who are watching because it's it's the curiosity factor of what's whose are they going to eat their own the democrats or who's going to say what this time around they were a little bit scrappy or in the second night i would say when after president trump where they didn't really do that in the first night somewhat i mean not throughout the whole thing but a little bit there was some of that but it was definitely kamla harris who who took the mic in the podium period and then you had marianne williamson she was there and voice didn't even talk until twenty seven minutes or something like that into the whole debate process you get a lot of of airtime and it was about bussing an automation in healthcare and body cams and all kinds of interesting interesting sidebars that came up that didn't happen in the first night definitely the race issue which wasn't as big at all and that became so much bigger this in the second night and whatever the new generation is gonna look like climate change of course came up that was expected to to come up and at one point eric swale well was interesting he said when he was a little boy he can remember seeing joe biden's say we're going to pass the torch watching him in another debate and you know this congressman the democrat from california's relatively unknown he accused biden of staying in politics too long and basically told him get out of the race he said he was six years old when a presidential candidate came to the california democratic convention and said it was time to pass the torch to new generation of americans and that was joe biden thirty two years ago and he said joe biden was right when he said it was time to pass the torch to new generation thirty two years ago he's still right today wow that was a way to just take his legs out with passing orch so this is a guy who i can't imagine has any state power in the race swallow but he did take a big swing at head at biden that's for sure and definitely wouldn't have gone on noticed now he's the one who's polling better than than anybody else and so far but it's still so so far away more than a year plus away from the next election crazy isn't it to think about that that we're all we are on the doorstep though so alternately some buddy somebody ends up taking mantle so to speak and running against a donald trump who will it be the president of the meantime controlled himself because he was at the g twenty summit he was meeting with putin and he was talking to other world leaders what comes out of that with iran will be interesting ron said it would breach some of the key nuclear deal limits so i don't know that anything moves there quickly or not big story that broke was the supreme court and the census gerrymandering so the supreme court put the census citizenship question kind of on hold while we look at jerry during and redistricting in certain states the supreme court decision was five four was written by justice chief justice roberts joined by other conservatives and what roberts wrote was we conclude that partisan gerrymandering claims present political questions beyond the reach of the federal courts judges have no license to reallocate political power between the two major political parties with no plausible grant of thority in the constitution and no legal standards to limit and direct their decision so there were two states and two things at work here maryland with the democrats and north carolina with the republicans were lot of protests over this that sure we'll see what happens after the next census stay with us hey.

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"january twentieth" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on KOMO

"On January twentieth. Twenty nineteen in King County, Washington county kidnapping, disagree ledge to the King County Washington on January twenty twenty ninety three second degree alleged to be heard in King County Washington on or about March thirty first twenty nine thousand nine hundred thirty four year old former lift drivers accused of handcuffing and sexually assaulting one woman in his car and raping another woman in her hotel bathroom in seatac earlier this year, the other defendant is Muhammed Hussein who's been charged with indecent liberties court papers show, the former lift driver allegedly sexually assaulted a female passenger March eighth after she'd been drinking heavily Snohomish county sheriff's office continues to investigate a hateful Muslim message posted on social media last month by north creek high school student, but no arrests have been made on April. Twenty four fifteen year old student posted the threatening and offensive message on Instagram against nearby Muslim community members. The north shore school district has filed a police report and the student has not returned to campus. Superintendent Michelle read in an Email. The parents said, quote, I am saddened to have to repeat this hate speech and actions will not be tolerated in the north shore school district. She also said she wants to send her deepest regrets to Muslim families as this incident does not represent the values and beliefs of the school district. Detectives now believe two men got into a gunfight and shot each other in Seattle's rainier valley down to twenty one year old man with life threatening wounds at rainier avenue south here. Fifty first street about a mile away. They found a seventeen year old who was shot at rainier avenue in a fellow. He was taken to the hospital in stable condition. So police haven't told us what they think prompted all of this is Kelly kumons. Komo news time to forty sports at ten and forty past the hour from the Harley exterior sports desk. King Felix nears another pitching milestone. Here's komo's Bill Swartz Felix Hernandez credits. See? Sobat thea with buying into a new pitching philosophy. Seattle's right hander has now thrown more curve balls something Sobat the did to reinvent himself with the New York Yankees. So it's a three thirty five started Yankee Stadium with those two guys on the mound. I of a four-game series. And then the Mariners finish up the road trip in Boston Tacoma and Albuquerque close out there baseball series where the six zero five start at Cheney stadium. High marks were young football players. Tried to make the Seattle Seahawks. Two thousand nineteen roster after three day mini camp. Coach Pete Carroll had praised for versatile university of Miami running back. Travis homer. We did a lot of different stuff with him running the football. Route wise protection stuff he seemed very comfortable with two he seemed like very well versed receivers Gary Jennings. John Ursula sat out with hamstring injuries day. One of the women's NCWA Gulf regionals at tumble creek in Roslyn, Washington and the host Washington. Huskies are trying to finish in the top six. To advance to nationals sports updates at ten and forty after the hour. Bill Swartz on the home of the huskies, KOMO news. An update on traffic.

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"january twentieth" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yes, we're talking about getting out of office until January twentieth at noon on twenty twenty five. Yes, you run clock on those. But if he does not win reelection than he would befall memorable on obstruction of Justice charges. Okay. An attorney general bar was not busy only with Muller report this week. He also issued an order on asylum on Tuesday. Day his order that he put out basically prevents certain asylum seekers from being released on bond while their cases are pending. How does the process currently work? And what does this decision mean? Well, what it means is that for people who have entered illegally, meaning not at the standard ports of entry the they would be held without bond. That's what Mr. Baras directing. And he's also said the theater won't take effect for ninety days in parts that the officials can get ready, but also that's going to provide the opportunity for legal challenges because he idea that they can be held without bond without any opportunity for bond is pretty surprising, the timing on these hearings is running at least seven hundred days now, and that if we're going to start gathering up more and more and more people seeking asylum than those times, we're only going to stretch out further and further along with this asylum. Order again, it doesn't take ninety days. But, but we'll this new policy change anything in terms of how many people are trying to cross the border. I don't know that it will. Well, I think fundamentally what it highlights is the inability of congress to act I mean, this really is a responsibility of the congress to act to reform the immigration system, even on the asylum system of the asylum process, specifically reforms the asylum process, the number of immigration judges to process these cases, this is all something that congress should be handling, quite frankly. But what we're seeing now over the last several years is action. That's happened on immigration has always been via -secutive action. Whether it was the creation of the DACA program by President Obama childhood separation issues, which President Trump addressed during early in his term. And now the question of asylum. Really it's beyond the scope of what the executive should be dealing. All right. Let's hear into state politics tall this week. The governor governor since first one hundred days in office, and he's put out a lot of nature announcements, including a statewide purchasing system to rein in prescription drug costs. He also put in place a moratorium on the death penalty. How would you assess his performance so far? One of the really interesting things about Gavin Newsom, so far it's how much he's managed to make himself a national figure already, you know, the really forward leaning moved the moratorium on the deck penalty, especially because you have comma Harris running for president anything. He does like that immediately inserts it south into the presidential debate. And then the more national conversation among Democrats, and you know, we've seen this from Gavin Newsom in his history. He was very forward leaning on gay marriages, for example, and you've seen his ability to sort of inject things into the national democratic conversation. And so, you know, but he also played into the national conversation in a way, he probably might want to take back with high speed rail announcement that got really fumbled and happened at the exact same time that the green new deal was being discussed here in Washington and makes a big push for high speed rail, and so Republicans up here were very quick to seize on it as sort of an example of why that would work, and so we sort of seen it playboy. With. But he's really fascinating how he's already been able to make that national impact. Well, there was high speed rail and also on he he also warned cities and counties that they could lose their road repair funding unless they met state goals for housing, but then he kind of backtracked and said, hey, we'll set it aside for four years is he too quick to jump on some of these ideas. Well, I think on the one hand being a an active governor is a change from what we've seen the last several years. Have you talked to Sacramento insiders? The first observation they'll make about Gavin Newsom is how difference the pace and cadence of his administration is from Jerry Brown, particularly in Jerry Brown's second term. So I do think that in some ways, it's an active attempt to contrast and there's no penalty for him so far for overstepping or no penalty for being active. So why not why not pursue the policy priorities? One has. But could it backfire? Could it make it seem harder to tell what his main priorities are when he's just so going so rapid fire. Certainly could be but the big ones. The death penalty announcement the focus on homelessness now the move on health care in terms of giving healthcare medical to to undocumented immigrants as well. Those are all things that I think will put him in good stead, whether he actually succeeds or not the attempts sometimes in politics matters, even more than whether the politicians actually successful. I think these are very popular in California tile was saying that sometimes he's ahead of the curve. But I think less so if you think about his base here in California. All right, David LeVine with UC Hastings Chen with the Hoover Institution and also talk open in Washington DC with the San Francisco Chronicle. Thank you all. Are we supposed to have you here? Thank you think. Now to an examination of implicit bias. Jennifer Eberhardt is a social psychologist at Stanford University and the two thousand fourteen recipients of the MacArthur genius grant or work has advanced our understanding of race and inequality by revealing the ways that implicit or unconscious bias can have profound effects in society from the courtroom to the classroom in her new book. She says we all can get better at spotting situations that trigger stereotypes and shares her own personal experiences on how to fight them. Joining me now is professor Jennifer Eberhardt, so nice to have you here. Thank you could have you say in your book that racial conditioning starts young even as young as three months old. How does that happen? Yes. So researchers have found that infants as young as three months of age are already showing preference for faces of their own racial group. So it happens, partly because of our brains your wire, but partly because. Of the faces that were exposed to normally and to the extent that we live in segregated spaces where you know, exposed to faces of our own ratio group. And so a brain gets practice step on that. And then that affects us she'll with this inherent racial bias said that they didn't testifies overtime. What drives it to become stronger? So I don't know. Intensifies over time. If. Well, I think that you know, as when you're young and your child, you don't show maybe as much bias as as adult would in part of that is just kind of trying to figure out what the stereotypes are about the various groups, sometimes when you're young you don't even know what the social categories are the groups are instill. So as you as you learn that, unless you should learn more about how these various groups are positioned in the world, then you can experience and express more bias, and we've heard a lot about how stereotypes can affect people of different racist in criminal Justice, for example. But also even education, right? You cite a study by social scientists that I found very interesting in your book, you use that steady described her front phenomenon call to whitening the resume in college students who are looking for jobs or responding to implicit bias and interesting ways. What are they doing? Yeah. We'll they were sort of trying. To downplay they're racial group membership in order to be more marketable on on the on the on the job market. So that would mean, maybe whitening their names. And so. Black applicants, for example. Instead of putting you know Jamal. Andrew Jackson with maybe. Right j Andrew Jackson something like that. In the same with Asian applicants also were whitening their resumes through the names, but also through the kinds of activities that they said they like to engage in. And so they were more inclined to put down at titties that were more exciting snowboarding and those tricks. Yeah, exactly. So to be more relatable. So that people would think that they could fit in. So we know that implicit bias affects a broad section of society from that your employments the criminal Justice system. These spite the fact that many business executives and teachers and police officers don't view themselves as biased so how do we begin to address that? Yeah. I think one big issue is just how we define what bias is. I think that people have the sense of bias, as you know, people who were burning crosses and people who are filled with hate and so forth. But. But you know, when we talk about unconscious bias or implicit bias. We're talking about, you know, these beliefs in these feelings that people have about social groups that can influence them, you know, even without their awareness. And so you don't need intention. You don't need, you know, motivation to to to do bad or evil things. It's just something. That's there that these associations are built up over time. How do you teach people to recognize that? And also to stop them from you Solti in traditional behavior to people from other ethnic, racial groups. Yeah. Well, one way to help people to recognize it is is to help them to understand that we're not always acting on our biases, you know. So there are certain conditions or there are certain situations that make bias more likely than others. And so learning those conditions are I think is pretty critical. Can you give an example? So the the one example is just we're more likely to act on bias when we. Make decisions really quickly. So when we're forced to think fast, we're more likely to rely on these sort of automatic associations that we've built up over time. And and so that's going to potentially affect our decision making. So maybe step back. Step back slowdown. Yeah. Into, you know, take your time, and sort of think things through you worked a lot with police departments, including the Oakland police department, and they adopted some of these procedures and has it works for them immeasurable ways. Yes. So since I've been there we've worked with the department to add a question a simple question to the form that they complete when they make routine traffic stops. And that is the question is was this stop intelligence led? Yes, or no. So it's just a check box of. Yes, or no by intelligence led. They mean know was the stop, you know, could could you actually Ty this specific individual. You know, some particular crime and just stopping slowing down again stopping to think about that. And that leads officers to think about whether the stop is, you know, is a high priority stop in and all of that based on something prejudicial. Yeah. Exactly. So that led to a huge drop by forty percent in the number of stops that were made from one year to the next. What about this concept of color blindness? Not seeing color not thinking about race is that a solution. But I think many people believe that it is. But the research should give us pause on that right because research shows that when you teach children to be colorblind, or if we try to be colorblind, we not only not see color, but we cannot see discrimination. So if we're trying to be colorblind because we're interested in furthering, racial equality, and that kind of thing than it's producing the opposite where we are more inclined to ignore inequality rather than combat it. So so it's not the solution. We think it is very interesting so much more that we could discuss about this. Thank you for your time today. Jennifer Eberhardt here. New book is biased Anki. Thank you. And that will do it for us as always you can find more.

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"january twentieth" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

08:11 min | 3 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Part. Then you got eight hundred thousand people missing another paycheck. No phone to their own could have hit on Konami. Nobody is going to win out of this on Capitol Hill. I'm Natasha Chen reporting. The president says if no deals reached by February fifteenth again, he'll either shut down the government again or consider a national emergency declaration. And there are a number of laws as we outlined the other night at least four under which key could declare such an emergency. And the probably the courts would even go along with him in that regard. We'll talk about that in this portion of the program tonight and looking at what the president has as agreed to do. It. It certainly would seem first and foremost to be shall we say not terribly Trumpian in its approach the president. Of course, was the first to come forward with suggestions of some kind of a deal that might involve the dreamers the deferred action for childhood arrivals and got exactly no movement from Nancy Pelosi or Chuck Schumer. And now he has agreed to this in that there will be what the Democrats had demanded and into the shutdown first and then discussions, which will take place presumably the three week period till February fifteenth will be. Perhaps a prod to both sides to do some movement. Although you you have to wonder the extent to which the Democrats may feel that they can get anything they want. We'll we'll have to see that remains to be seen. But oh, by the way, you if you're wondering about the state of the union address scheduled for next Tuesday night and the logical assumption, of course, would be well, the shutdown is over. So it can go ahead since everybody homeland security secret service capital police everybody had already been planning for next Tuesday night. Well, that's not the way it's going to be. We do not know when the president's state of the union address will be, but we know that it won't be this coming Tuesday night. But at some point, we're not sure if it'll be during the three week grace period, or after that the latest state of the union address has ever been given was February twelfth that in the last eighty five years the earliest January third so there's a time for. Frame when this traditionally given, but it's not like January twentieth for the presidential inauguration or January third for a new congress convened. There's nothing cast in concrete and the constitution. So the president's state of the union address could be anytime it could be in the middle of August. Is that goes it's only tradition that it'd be at the first of the year or he could send a written message. Although certainly modern presidents in general and this president in particular are not like you to pass up a chance for that particular speech. So my guess would be that you'll probably see the state of the union address with sometime in the three week grace period, especially if there seems to be progress from the special committee, which has been appointed by the Senate to begin looking at some kind of compromise deal on security sitting on this particular committee. Will be Republican Senator Richard Shelby of Alabama Shelley Moore Kapito of West Virginia ROY blunt of Missouri. John Hoven of North Dakota and democratic senators Patrick Leahy of Vermont, dick Durbin of Illinois, Jon tester of Montana Shelby is chairman of the Senate appropriations committee. So they are going to be working. And we can only assume that they will be doing so with some degree of urgency. Whether that means this weekend or not that is not at all clear. But certainly I would think first thing Monday morning, they will be working on this the real question. Now, of course is obviously whether or not the principals in this have really stopped digging in their heels, this has never been about Monday money, rather, we've known all along that in the lexicon of federal expenditures five point seven billion as the president wants or one point three billion for border security is a Democrats last. Offered these are tiny amounts. It's not about the money. It's about who is is boss. If in fact, the Schumer's and Pelosi's and trumps of the world have let it be known that they will back away from previous positions that you could probably get some kind of a deal somewhere in the middle of that two or three billion bucks. Probably which will simply be a somewhat smaller down payment on the wall. That about the president had originally wanted, and you might see this process move forward. In the final analysis. It'll be interesting to see whether or not the Democratic Party complete phobia about the w word a wall is really going to to stay. We've already had of course, even before the shutdown ended the number three House Democrat James Clyburn of South Carolina declared that they'd give the president the whole five point seven billion. He wanted for border security, but no wall, no wall. I have suggested maybe my suggestion meant tongue-in-cheek should be seriously pursued that we should call it the Fridley fuzzy journey inhibitor, and we should cover it in pink velvet. Whatever it takes to make Democrats happy this phobia over a word has really reduced this to the level of complete. Childish stupidity. In that regard. But whatever whatever it takes for them to decide that. It's okay. If we act you defend our borders, we will see anyway for the moment, the shutdown is over. The Trump administration is saying that they will move to get workers their paychecks as soon as possible. However, wanted ministration spokesman has clarified that say that every agency handles the paychecks on their own. So while there will be an effort to pay people quickly. But how fast you get paid? Let's say at the FBI may differ from how fast you get paid the coastguard may differ from how faster get paid someplace else each agency will handle that. So that's where we stand at the moment. One eight six six five zero JIMBO is our number. And we'd like your thoughts about this. The president is insisting that he did not back down. It was not a concession. It would be easy certainly for the Democrats to crow they have to an extent crowed a little bit. We've been hearing that from from Chuck Schumer actually more than than anybody else. In that regard. But it hasn't been I suppose excessive Cronin. So we'll just have to wait and see one eight six six five zero JIMBO is the number one eight six six five zero five four six two six Schubert as the president learned an important lesson, which is no one should ever underestimate the speaker and. Schumer says that the president agreed to shut down because he knew that it was a lost cause. So there's been some crowing. But for her part Pelosi has only really said that at such time as there is an agreeable Boma to hold a mutually agreeable date wants the government is over and that she would quote look forward to doing that at a welcoming the president to the house of representatives. So we'll see stay with us. More to come one eight six six five O, JIMBO back in a moment. President Trump's new tax law cut your taxes by over five trillion dollars. Now, you can benefit and reduce your taxes two zero. It's possible. The new bestselling guide the Trump tax cut shows you how the Trump tax cut by tax expert..

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"january twentieth" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"January twentieth. Nineteen Eighty-one when Hodges takers released the final fifty two hostages at the exact moment. When Ronald Reagan was completing his inaugural address. K Mark remarks on the timing. There's no doubt that the Ronnie ins timed it to be at the start of a new president. They were not going to reward Jimmy Carter who had after all taken in the Shaw that was his original sin in their eyes. Take it in the Shaw and then tried to do a military rescue mission. They just weren't reward him. Obviously by the time Carter went down. And he went down rather spectacularly he lost every single state in the union. I think with exception of the district of Columbia, maybe Massachusetts. I'm not I can't remember exactly. But by the time Carter lost that election. The Iranian students had played out their hand. You know? I mean, they had held the hostages for a long long time. And it was time to let them go. And they did all come home the Hosters taking perhaps more than the revolution itself had long-term damaging effects on USA Ron relations that continue to this day. Suzanne Maloney off. This perspective the seizure of the embassy. Also, I think with the sort of fall out that it had for the Carter administration in the Carter presidency left in enduring sense of frustration and impotence on the part of the US government in trying to manage the challenges that emanate from Iran. A toll Khomeini said after coming to power that America cannot do a damn thing. That's kind of slogan emblazoned in various forms of revolutionary propaganda. Even today any Ron, and I think that that sense of sudden powerlessness on the part of the United States government watching its diplomats and other personnel be paraded in the most humiliating fashion on TV weeding out four hundred forty four days siege while these individuals were mistreated and in many ways kept under very difficult conditions. It was the searing experience for all those who went through it. It had lasting. Effects on the way that the US conducts its embassies abroad in frames its foreign presence abroad, the hostage crisis. Also created an impetus on the part of the US government to find new mechanisms for advancing US interests in the region because it was clear that simply relying on long standing allies was not going to be sufficient to protect the United States. It's personnel or its interests in the region. K Mark adds that the disastrous rescue mission not only essentially ended Carter's presidency. But it also had tremendous consequences for reform in the US military. It should be noted that at the time of the attempted hostage. Rescue mission in nineteen eighty. There was not a unified special operations command in the US military to coordinate. The various commands and agencies involved in special operations warfare. In fact, these elements of the US military were after the wind down following the Vietnam war, generally underfunded and mistrusted within the military establishment. The failure of operation eagle claw at desert one change that. The failure of the rescue mission was the straw that broke the camel's back when it came to military reform. Remember this happened in nineteen eighty Carter lost the election resoundingly to Ronald Reagan and in nineteen eighty five the Senate began to look at a big military reform Bill called goldwater-nichols now when the Senate began to look at that there was intense opposition within the military, particularly from the navy and even intense opposition from Reagan's secretary of defense. But it was clear that the failure of operation eagle claw, plus Vietnam. Plus a bunch of other smaller failures, the disastrous invasion of Grenada, which was just a mess all contributed to a point in history. Where people said it's time to do something with the United States military. We're the greatest country in the world, and they are flopping everywhere on everything so remarkably after forty years of trying in one thousand nine hundred eighty six congress passed the Goldwater Nichols act and Reagan signed it and what's going on during that time. Politically is very interesting because Reagan and his national security adviser are letting it be known that if congress can actually pass this..

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"january twentieth" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on The MacCast

"Mackerras Sunday January twentieth. Two thousand nineteen. It's mccaskey show for Mickey by Mickey Sime, Adam. And this is the show were discuss. All things MacIntosh. How you doing welcome back to the MAC cast. Glad to be back here with you. Now the week is gun by that means we have another bit of apple and MAC news to get to also some of your feedback your comment. You feedbacks was weird. Your feedback rather your comments your questions and also have a little tip. Actually, I guess is not so much tip as it's a cool little thing that I figured out how to do that. I wanna share with you. I don't know. How super useful it is? But I thought it was pretty neat. So I guess stupid MAC tricks. Maybe the better term for that. But we are going to get into some apple stuff. We're gonna talk about apple music little bit. We're gonna talk about I phone upgrades. Apple getting a little bit more pushy about those also rumors of new apple hardware will get. Into that also some potential apple hardware for the future. Talk about Apple's vice president in where he might end up, and it might not be at apple. And also we've got some new apple hardware that actually apple shipped this last week to discuss that will round out the news. And then like I said we're gonna get into a little project that I did over the weekend and played around with that. I thought was pretty cool. We're gonna talk about duplicates in spotlight, and how you might be able to clean those up and then get into the mysteries of n v ram. Yeah. If you've been wondering about that, you probably have it, but we will get into in there and talk about that a little bit. And that should ran out this episode of the Makah. So we also have one of the authentic reality application recommendations for you. So that will round out this episode of the Matt cast. So I just want to dive right into the news don't wanna waste. Any more time this week? We're gonna talk about apple music and home. Pod streaming limits. Did you know there was a limit on the number of apple music? Streams you could have if you have a single user account. Well, if you didn't you are not alone because there are a few other people that didn't realize that limit existed either. And it may be didn't. We're not really sure if apple screwed up on this one or not. But if you have a home pod and a single user apple music account seems like recently people are reporting they lost the ability to play two different streams simultaneously. So apparently it used to be that you could play apple music to an IOS device. And then also stream a different song or have someone else. In your household stream music to a home pot. And there was never any problem with that. But sometime over the past week past couple of weeks at least sometime into twenty nineteen. It appears that that functionality went away, and it's not clear if should have even been possible in the first place all this came about in a Reddit thread linked to that in the show notes at Matt Kass dot com because it has a few more details and comments from various peoples if you really wanna read through this. But basically one user said in that thread that they were told by apple support that it must have been a bug because they shouldn't have had that ability. So what it means is that now if you want to be able to stream multiple streams to multiple devices, you need to make sure that you upgrade to a family plan because the family plan allows you to stream up to six simultaneous simultaneous, apple music streams..

"january twentieth" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on KQED Radio

"January twentieth. In a bit of a coincidence. A total lunar eclipse will shine through American skies for the second January in a row, the entire eclipse will be visible from all of North America with Hawaii saying most of the action as well lunar eclipses occur when the full moon passes through earth's long shadow, but the moon's orbit is tilted a bit with respect to earth's orbit around the sun. So during most months the full moon passes a bit above or below the shadow when the geometry is just right though, the moon plunges through the shadow darkening its surface. It doesn't turn completely dark though. Instead sunlight filtering through earth's atmosphere. Casts a deep orange or red glow? The color shows up easily and photographs but win an eclipse is viewed live the intensity of the color depends on the viewer's, color vision, weather, conditions, and other factors. This clips gets underway at. Nine thirty four PM central time tonight. That's when the lunar disk first touches the edge of earth's dark inner shadow known as the umbrella. The early portion of the eclipse is only partial as the moon moves more deeply into the shadow. It will take about an hour to become fully immersed in the shadow, creating the total eclipse, the moon will remain fully eclipsed for an hour. It will exit the Umbro about an hour after that allowing the full moon to return to its full glory. Tomorrow. A bright busy star system. We have more sky. Watching tips astronomy news and much more about the universe. In Stargate magazine, subscription information at start eight dot org. I'm.

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"january twentieth" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on Here & Now

"This is the week that the experts say we all give up on our New Year's fitness resolutions. That's right. Eighteen days into the year. So if that's you what to do. Now. Jennifer Walters is a certified personal trainer based in Kansas City, Missouri. She's the co founder of the online fitness platform, fit bottomed girls, and she joins us. Jennifer, welcome. Hi, thanks for having me. Thanks for being here. And do you really think that people have already given up at this point? It's only a few weeks into the year. I know it seems so sad. But I think it is pretty true people get their hopes like so high and they get so excited on January one January to January three, but you get a little bit later in the month. And and Jim begins kinda empty. Why is that what is it that changes people's mindsets? From the way, they feel on January first and the way that they feel on January twentieth. Or whatever I think it's kind of the same thing that you feel on Sunday night or Monday where you're like this week's going to be different. I'm going to be organized. I'm going to eat, right. Gonna have all these healthy plans and then by Friday, or like, let's order pizza and stay at home. It's just a natural thing for humans to get really amped up. And then maybe not have as much structure or bite off a little bit more than we can chew because change is difficult. The secret is really instead of trying to too much to once setting smaller easy habits, which doesn't see maybe exciting as much fun because it's not like go big or go home. It's more like start small and actually do what you wanna do. But it's actually what happens and works. Okay. So let's just talk to the people right now who may have made that resolution at the beginning of the year. I'm going to work out two times three times a week, whatever it may be. And now they've given up. What can they do at this point to get back on track to start a new track that they might actually stay on? So there's two things I recommend here. The first is to find something that you enjoy that you really do like to do because it doesn't take any willpower. Or motivation to do things that we liked to do think about binge watching your favorite shows. Like, you don't have to sit around and be like oh gosh. When I'm gonna make time to do that you do it. 'cause you wanna do it. So pick something you want to do with it that standing or walking or cycling, something that's fun for you. Then set a really small goal that you can hit like ten minutes day a couple times a week every other day and do that for about a month. So that feels like a habit, and it feels weird if you don't do it notice any changes though. Because of like, let's say that you do ten minutes day of exercise are after a month. Or you're gonna have lost Pounder to you know, for me..

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"january twentieth" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

Slate's Double X Gabfest

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"january twentieth" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

"Smith, New episodes. Start streaming January twentieth. Only on Showtime. Okay. Next topic the ethics of mommy, blogging. Should you blog right post? Pictures of your children online, a really difficult question for the official, mommy blogger the celebrity and then just regular moms who write about their kids usually people come to the subject when a child turns a little bit older and asks or starts to wonder if their mom could stop writing about them recently this happened Kristie Tate in the Washington Post. But when her daughter asked her to stop writing about her she said, I can't do that. And I'm not done exploring my motherhood in my writing, so. I'm going to jump in here. Having had this problem. I am you guys didn't know that. I'm a professional, mommy blogger I go by different names. But I have now and again written a thing or two about my children and having dived into this debate. I would say, you know, I don't think I I I don't think I handled it that way. Well, and the reason I don't think so is because what became clear to me in reading Tate's essay is there's a great power dynamic here. I'm like she talks about how she negotiates with her children. Well, let me lay out the issues a little differently issues of memoir like lots of people write about their parents. Right. There isn't a great debate about that people write memoirs, and I know working in a show that does intense emotional pieces about people that memoirs are like legally. Okay. Does legally. Okay to tell your story when your story involves another person. Like if you guys wanted to write a. Modern like modern love columns, for example. Right. So you can write about people close to you. But what is different about writing about children? Well, it's sort of obvious. I mean, they're children. They they don't have power. They don't have power. They're not form people in the world yet. Right. Also, there are people that you have power over. It's not just that. There's a power inequity just in general. It's that the people writing about them are, you know, are shaping them too. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think the sense that I think the way she described it really irritated people because there was a real blow back to this. It was basically her daughter got a laptop for Christmas must have googled herself. She's in fourth grade. And she said, why are these pictures of me on the internet, and she had Google them and asked if she could be taken down, and she said, I told her that was not possible. I'm not done exploring, my motherhood and writing I think that's the sentence people. Crazy. Well, it's the her feel self absorbed. I feel like it's the ultimate, mommy blog posts. Because part of the Gina is inviting people to judge you, and there's nothing that's going to make people judge you more than saying. Yes, I'm doing this. In defiance of my daughter's wishes because I am more important than my children. Right. Like, it goes against they'll sacrifice the ethos of I guess, but then shouldn't we like shouldn't. We shouldn't we resist the blowback like like she. I I I read this story. And I was like, oh, I see what she like motherhood is is how are you supposed to write about the experience of motherhood without ever writing about your children, and the blowback was complete actually gave the story to my daughter. And she was like, no she's like a self absorbed. She had the same response that everybody on the internet hat like this is ridiculous. No, like, if your child turns a certain age and ask you to take something like you do not have the right to write about your children. And I think partly it's because kids have a better sense of pride like they have a more. Well, developed kind of what is my public self, and what is my private self? And like, what can you say? And what can you not say? And how do you control that? Whereas when mothers are writing about motherhood, they're being honest to honest. A lot of the time. I mean, there's another question too of like, I remember Emily basil on like, no ten years ago when she often wrote about family and her family specifically for slate talked about how.

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