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Labor Day Weekend Featured the Chant 'F--- Joe Biden'
"Why was it a good weekend? Not just because I saw all these anti Joe Biden flags and people are starting to wake up, but It's starting to happen all over the country. Here was the anthem of the weekend. Uh, thank you to producer Jim, by the way for the heavy editing in this, um this chant broke out in the weekend all over America and has been happening a whole lot lately. That's an interesting chant. There are a lot of beeps in it, but, uh, Jim, why don't you just go ahead and play Cup one Joe Biden was the Adam this weekend. Joe Joe Barden. Nobody Nobody. A writer. I love it. God bless Texas. Mm hmm. For all the kids that I don't condone that kind of language. That's horrible language. Jim Wright growing up in Queens. We never use that word ever. Mike you either, right? We never used that word in New York ever. I condemn that harsh language. Condemn it. So dare you. Don't you use that language? No, seriously. It's bad language. Don't use that loud and growing up in New York. We never use that liars. But, yeah, chance broke out across the country. The anthem of the weekend was Joe Biden. You can figure out what the
"jim wright" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"In R and B. Their productions include Janet Jackson's Control and Rhythm Nation. After 40 years of writing and recording stuff for other people, though they're trying something different Jam and Lewis Volume One is the duo's first ever album with their name on the cover, and it's worth the wait. Let's get back into our conversation. The two of you do different things on records is one of you, the guy that programs of drums or plays the drums or, you know, Terry, are you always the one picking up the bass guitar? No man with Jimmy Jim on the keys, man. That's just like having an extra bass player. So, um a lot of times. I don't play bass at all, because my style is very You know my style to stand Well, very distinct. Yes, yes, It's just think Sometimes we don't want it to stink on the record. So so jam plays a lot of keyboard base a lot of times. Or we had big Jim Wright, who's uh Writer and producer along with us, and he played on a whole lot of records, too. So when you had two gyms around, I didn't really need to play that much so, but I do write most of the lyrics. Not all and you know, I do produce a lot of the vocals Jam does a lot of the drum programming or most of the drum programming now and pretty much all the keyboards. He at one time he made me play. And I always thought that was really senseless for me to try to play keyboards with these two guys around that was so good and proficient at it, so I would struggle up on some stuff. And you know, I I did some some good work sometimes. Uh Making keyboard parts. What these guys were just pro. So Always know my place. I sit back down and get my place easy. I think that's part of the key, too. By the way is that we we We always say we have no slack, meaning we pick up each other slack. So there can be times where, you know, maybe I'll work on a song for a little bit. I can't really figure anything out and I just throw it on a hard drive or something. And then you know, years later, Tariel find it And all of a sudden it will be like this song and he'll play it and I'll go. Wait. Where do you find that? He says always on your hard drive. I'm like, Oh, my God. I couldn't didn't imagine it was going to sound like that. So we do a lot of that type of thing. But the thing I always say about Terry What makes him such a great lyricist. Is what it takes me a paragraph to say he can say in a sentence. And I think his efficiency in writing is is amazing. We were doing one of the songs, always given as an example is when we're doing living in a world they didn't make with Janet and what turned out to be that And we had seen the school shooting that had happened and we wanted to write a song about it. And Terry wasn't there. He had gone over. We were putting together a new studio in Minneapolis at that time, so you know, we're having a conversation with Janet about it. And then Terry walks in with wallpaper samples in one hand, and and and carpet samples, on the other hand, and he goes Oh, which one of these do you like for the studio? We said Terry Terry. No. Here's what we need. We got this song and you know these kids got shot and it's the adults fault and, you know, it's not these kids fault and blah, blah, blah. We go through this long explanation, and Terry just looks at us and says, living in a world they didn't make. Dad, Don't miss this candy. And he said, Yeah, yeah, And he said Okay, and he puts the samples down. He goes in 15. Minutes later, he hands us the lyrics to the song. And then he goes okay. Which wallpaper sample, do you? I mean it was like the ultimate multitasking, But that's that's the gift that Terry has. It's like whatever you say to him. He can. Decipher it. And make it into a beautiful lyric and even the way he goes about writing because he never wants to just right. There's a million different ways to say I love you and Terry will figure out in a unique way of saying it where you go. Oh, I haven't heard it like that before. And there's something that's so magic about that. I'm glad, and I get to sit every day and watch that happen as he as he creates that I absolutely love that. It's Bullseye. I'm Jesse Thorn..
Andrew: Philip's Death Has Left 'Huge Void' in Queen's Life
"Written. Prince Andrew Queen Elizabeth Middle Son has said that his mother feels a huge void in her life following the death of her husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh on Friday. He was speaking after a family service in the chapel Royal Lodge, Windsor and his younger brother, Prince Edward, said the family we're trying to come to terms with the Duke's death. However much one tries to prepare oneself Listen like this. It's it's still It's in a dreadful shock, and we're still trying to come to terms of that. But I have to say that extraordinary tributes and the memories that everybody has had been willing to share has been so fantastic on Just goes to show you You might have seen our father grandfather, father in law, but he meant so much to so many other people, and Jim Wright was Canada's high commissioner to the United Kingdom from 2006 to 2011. He met Prince Philip and the Queen on many occasions, and he's bean sharing his memories of the Duke of Edinburgh. He's a character hey, can be hey could be a bit cheeky. At times. He has a fun sense of humor and extremely hard worker for Her Majesty for the monarchy. For Britain for the Commonwealth. You stayed at Windsor Castle yourself. Didn't you? Tell us about that? We did. Everything was you know, one of those. Remarkable occasions that you remember forever. TOC Queen and Duke of Edinburgh hosted a wonderful dinner and we had breakfast with him next to the next day. On. It was so special.
"jim wright" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
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"jim wright" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"You the experience that I had but I wasn't impressed from that standpoint. But what it was impressed the in is they took me around because this was in two thousand sixteen when we lifted the embargoes. And they took me to all these refineries and I'm like I'm here to want to build it incinerator one hecker you taking me around to these refineries will the wanted was an American recognize the need for? Natural Resources on a consistent basis or China yeah and I kept asking him I said well, don't you buy it from your bring country while we don't get consistency because we buy from Russia today, they have a pipeline directly to us the problem with Russian people is when they have a breakdown in the process, they're not in a hurry to get it fixed. So our plants suffer and we shut down and we're undersupplied or if the Russians want a price increase, they just turn the tap off. And we have to renegotiate that and there's you know whether we have a contract or not. Can you do so you know, Jim, we got so serious about this is Chinese. Telling me this. We got so serious about this. We recognize that there was only two ways to get your product to us. You the had to do it by rail or highway to California or you have to go through the Panama Canal. And what we what we learned is that those pricing stay harmonious. So they they interact with one another they cost a dollar to get something across there. The other ones charging a dollar. You know it they they stay neck and neck. There's really not a competition it's more monopoly. This is them telling me that? So I'm not telling you public. That's what I said. So you know I asked him I said, well, you know, what would you be your solution to that he? So we did we went over and we talked to Nicaragua. We talked Honduras we talked on the country's about building what's called an import to compete and break up that monopoly. So that logistic start working to get your stuff on the side of the country. Not Thought. You know an that flight to China's like. Fourteen days long. It's forever to get over there. And I'm on the jet coming back in and I'm sitting there thinking about this in my head and I'm thinking why haven't land we looked at that when I talk about putting that plan together. That's the ideas that I want presented bar industry to me to write a plan to move forward in that sustainability the market that's what it's GonNa take. So there's a story 'cause the Department of Energy when oil prices were hidden negative with one of our context department of Energy's like is any ideas just shoot them over in Jaquith spitballing like, Hey, you know our refineries are tooled for heavy grade crude. Money's not an issue through stimulus money why not retool our? Refineries to manufacturer light grade petroleum and be cash leak have no quote unquote in energy independence and they delicate subject yet has while they we were told by Department of Energy that they ran it up to trump in. A meeting with the CEO of Exxon Ron all the big players you know an Exxon Chevron, has set up a really good company. I mean they they've got Kinda failsafe in any direction than our market goes. Yeah and you know they they they've set up where they can buy from the best buyer. And and they own the majority of what our refining is here today, which I think is great. What I don't think we've done a good job at doing is allowing regulation to bring competition into that market so that we can start. Running more of our crude yet you know That that needs to be part of that plan that we talk about is going to the feds and saying you know how do we invite people that want to build refineries here that can run our crude to make sure that our commodity pricing stays you know on some some type of level that we can afford death it seems to make sense to me and I. I was like well, I thought money wasn't an issue Dan would said I was stupid. I'm reading the news. We're talking like four trillion dollars, worth of stimulus probably like twenty, trillion dollars the stimulus. Now, who knows who was I'll say that seems like a drop in the bucket doing retrofit these. Tiny, as though when his statement given, what you look at regulation today, you know regulations from the EPA in a refinery almost impossible to comply with I, know 'cause organ on every day. you know, eat we have some very stringent emission mission rules. Air In technology is his parents keeping up with what those requirements are but it's from public pressure in I think public pressure is a said earlier's misconception. I think it's education what the public needs not not just putting stuff out there that we gotta do away with the s well, why do we have to do away with that? Show me the proof of that police. That's what we need to be showing. So. You know I think that we as Texas have got to put pressure on them to say look. You gotTA. Get the regulations where we could invite competition into that arena. Yeah, and and I'm again I'll say it til deny. Environmental can be a protected just as well as our economic progress Just some people don't don't want that to be seen. Yeah. You know that there's always a reason for all this death and this year it's it's become. It's unfortunate because we allow to political. We don't think about the being of everybody here in America. And what is the well being granted environments? Very important a six you know and I don't think that we have seen. Disparity yet from the pandemic that we've had But I'm but I'm thinking that when that does really hit us people are going to start recognizing man. The environment also includes my pocketbook. and. So we gotta make changes to make sure that we're upholding data environment. I mean. We've become pretty accustomed to a A. Life of luxury when compared to. Other Cultures Reisman I think a lot of people take that for granted I went to China. Trust me I don't WanNa live in China. Had had co workers my last company that would do work in the countryside of China. They would lose thirty pounds in a month like yet and you just saw I forget I did l. a. and has been the night to catch plane the next morning. And I ran I ran a grab my luggage in ranch outside and I jumped in a taxi us I don't care if you're gonNA drive me anywhere I just WANNA double. Meat. Double. Cheese. Ham. INS. When we got back from Switzerland. House 'cause we just couldn't afford to eat there to. To wrong one time in order to coke, which wasn't even the size of our cokes and he's about seven dollars I'm like. To Cook I don't want to. Really, we were the Americans in Chamonix France eating McDonalds like fifty cow nuggets. Jim Appreciate you coming on the show man we got the election coming up later this year. So you guys make sure to do your research and be active and vote for the candidates things best. You Know Jim Preach coming on and can you tell your story? Thank you, guys. So much enjoy today's conversation and You know I just I just WanNa say that people really need to know what all this means for their future. A look at the candidates on the ballot this year to make sure that they they investigate who they are and what they stand for Yep. Absolutely, I, thank you for taking the time. You know like like we'd like I said before we hopped the mic the whole point of this was to who is Jim White the man you know the guy who's who's been the business a long time somebody who understands the environment I just think it's so overlooked in politics like you'd say it's always scripted. It's this fake. Bullshit in my opinion, and so I love this and thank you once again for taking the time of seeing now with. A wishing thank you guys in and that's that's what I am just a simple guy and. Make sure that that we state we as a country stay what we kind of Americans. Thank you very much. Absolutely. Absolutely. Our guys get out there and vote. You have. So police say two seconds share with your friends family. Leave us a rating review check youtube catch you on the next live..
"jim wright" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Think you know. Me beating the incumbent Ryan Sitton. Thought I think Ryan citizens a a great guy, but I think it goes to show that people in Texas are wanting more shirty in what that industry brings and they need to change. And I think that You know of heard art copy people say this but I'll say it again I think people are starting to recognize that we need to heat. Government out of our business and more business in our government. You know our president today is tried to prove that point of just using common sense of how we do things in our future. Like you would do running a business. Yet you know on on that talking point when you look at the Railroad Commission and what you guys have to do, you have a lot to take into consideration both from an environmental standpoint in an economic perspective as well and the hot topic has been you know Natural Gas Flaring Kim. You know this is this is the high, the hot button issue. Everyone's talking about it. You know, how do you think about flaring in terms of okay. You know the economic impact that it can have on whether restricted or we permit it environmental impact that it has on a carbon dioxide and You know essentially wasting natural resources I mean it just. Blows me away. You know when you drive out into the Permian and there's just flares everywhere just burning off resources. You know, how do you think about handling those situations and I know this is a loaded question and it's the question that everyone wants to know. But I think about it a lot too because it's not just a black and white binary answered. There's there's impacts to the environment and the economic situation of Texas. So I think that's a great question I mean it is. It's it's a big thing about this race is being run on this year it seems to be all the public's attention. But you now let us see us kind of categorize that number one when you talk about flaring is have, can you tell me of any exact research that really says that flaring is actually harming our atmosphere? In any worse than emissions from a car or anything else that they they're they're claiming is making changes, Dr Climate that we we see today. Yemen I personally can't point to any researcher. There's a lot of documents out there but nobody's proven to me exactly in pinpoint what what is really hurting our atmosphere. and. Being an environmentalist all my life. You know what? I. What I do know about our earth is we have evolved and we continue to evolve in. I, can tell you that summers are going to get hotter whether we had flaring. We had cars because earth is evolving and we've we we've done that we proven that we've evolved. So I'm not sure where the blame lies there. But when you talk about trying to curb flaring, you're you're you're really kind of a double edged sword here. You know If we said okay today rural. Commission announces that we're Never GonNA issue another flooring permit. because we think it's hurting the atmosphere. Will we? We've just heart the consumer and you're asking why? How does that hurt? The consumer will? Today's technology and flaring is the best that is available on the market and and I tell you the oil and gas industry from the environmental side. Those guys don't only. Strive to look for technology. The last thing they want to do is take gas and burn it off in the atmosphere they want that gas to be turned to cash. Yeah. So Not WanNa talk about that double edge sword you know it if if we did issue in said Okay No more flaring. That would stop the production and a lot of the drilling moving forward and as as we evolve out of this Kobe in supply. You know diminishes if that were to occur in demand increases what happens pricing? So, you're going to have the public in. Whenever, we get on the flipside of Kobe and if that was in one of the going to be, what are they going to be saying then? You know. You did a great job of making me fight pay five dollars a gallon for guess. Yeah. So when I talk about a double edged sword, that's that's kind of what I'm talking about you know flaring. Really is. You something that that I think that I think we've done a great job of keeping up with the problem is is that it's economics you know my my opponent says that we need to take that gas and turn it into electricity there for the wellhead. And whatever access guests that is, we need to put it on the grid and sell it as electricity. Those those are all good points except for for a couple of things as being missed, they're not spoken about which is you know pretty good about the extreme left aside number one there's no way that that production whenever you I drill that hose going to take all that gas and use it for elect the small electrical requirements on there, and I will say that our oil field today especially in your bigger industry players, they're using renewable energy technology to help power that today. You know she's better economics for them. But when when you look at trying to put that infrastructure in economics don't work and then you say, okay well, let's we're going to run electrical lines out there. That's a you see issue Public Utilities Commission Public Utility Commission just doesn't let you run a power lines one that's a very confiscated complicated system. Whenever you talk about the electrical grid yeah, and the way it is set up today the electrical grid is mandated that we have to allow wind energy first on the grid. and then fossil fuels is allowed onto the grid. So what I'm saying is when the winds blowing harmony wind generators out there, they get priority onto that grid, which causes some of our natural gas plant after shutdown loud lecture to get on there I know that. So I think it's impossible today to to be honest to even get the the upper structure set up to turn that to electricity not to mention what it would cost to put a power generation plant. At each one of these low well, Hook chases turn that intellectuality. Yeah. Economics don't work. Have you heard of a company called CRUSOE energy? Yes Hess. So I think it's really interesting. Know this companies raised thinks seventy million dollars to turn wasted a flare gas into natural gas into powering data centers and Selling computing power in mining bitcoin and things of that nature and so I think that those are really interesting as well. You know the the point that you make is hundred percent. You know it's like, okay. Even if you generate this electricity, how do you get back into the grid? How do you do it at scale and make it economical but I think that it's interesting to look at things such as having remote data centers in turning that into and fuel for them I couldn't agree more. I couldn't agree more as long as the economics works is not a tax subsidized industry like you're winded as she and your solar power and your batteries are today. When when in reality the we subsidize that industry and we do that and what the government tells us you know but this is limited as as I can is if we want to protect our environment, you're going to have to essentially pay more. So we're going to offer these subsidies and if you if you use a California's an example, you guys toward about the blackouts, right? Same thing there that you know they have to lay allow their solar in their winter jeep priority on that grid. While they they've done that for so long now that power plants are the point of not really having any initiative to start back up again whenever when our son goes.
"jim wright" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"The guy quake. So you know I did I did one thing smart though in the agreement that I signed with them that if their stock had fallen lowest certain price, I had a buyback provision So I was able to buy back the stock and kind of continue on in I I. I broke the company up into a couple of other companies and then Balsam shares as we moved along in time and other companies. That's right now tell you I've been associated with fourteen companies. Yes nineteen ninety-one. Because you know when you when you? Run successful companies are always deals at come along some good. Some are bad and trust me of that's been a fifty fifty mix for me but you know it's been good. Is this business that she started in ninety one who was an environmental businesses and Korea, actually it was an emergency response environmental business. We started with a contract with a public utility that provided electricity before deregulation in they pretty much had San Antonio South. So every time they had a transformer that leaked oil. We were hard to go out and clean up those spills and tests that they were cleaned up and do what we called reports back to the Texas Commission environmental quality on those cleanups, and it would surprise you often a transformer fails. So that you know it really Kinda shot business up quickly and we moved on and we. He had mentioned something earlier about you know ups and downs and businesses and You know we made a couple acquisitions before I sold the first time we bought a pipeline company well to put in pipelines and they had done. Well, we put a lot of money form and I don't think it stopped raining the entire year after we bought this pipeline. Bought it in imperilling. Texas. Imia these projects and. Whenever. We're going to go to work. It's rained every day we have such a similar. Jesus you know this is not a good acquisition. So he ended up selling the assets and we got out of the pipeline business they not learned. After or three times more than that to stay in what I know. And works out for me if I ever venture often stuff I don't really know a whole lot about I, I usually don't do very well. Yeah. I think it's a pretty good rule to follow. Is such a funny story with the with the rain comment because a of people that follow us know that we boss oil wells up in Oklahoma and the year that we own was the Iranians year on record for northeast Oklahoma, and we just couldn't get any work done on the wells and so that it that held back Oliver. State at the same restaurant I did yes. But I can tell you this this. This time in my life is is entirely different for me because you know I I I was young like you guys wanted and I would think you know it was always thinking. I need to be bigger need to be you know more need to be this and And I had a really bad thing happened our family in two thousand seventeen to my wife and it changed my outlook on life it changed to where You know some promises that I made to God for what he did for me and my my family and. To to make sure that I that I do whatever I can to make things better for us here in. Texas, for people in general. And and and it got to where my businesses today are run by people that have hard. I've got really good folks at work for me. It's giving me the time to WANNA go out and run for this race and start making some changes, and that's what that's what you know one of the session for me. Making that yet I was gonNA. Ask You know what drives you go from. Owning and operating businesses to wanting to all of sudden jump into a political position. You know I told me when you walked in US like I'm not a politician. Not the. Yeah you know and I if. It's just a completely different world. Right going from business made an entrepreneur to going into the political landscape. So you know for you is that kind of what drove us to have a higher purpose to help help me well. You know. What God's done for me in in in keeping things together forest after my wife's accident has been tremendous and I made some commitments and In asking for him to help me do that that that was one of the big factors of me throwing my hat in the spring, and then secondly you know as. As the shale you guys are familiar with what happened with the shale we discovered the shale. If you remember back in the eighties, we didn't think we had any gas oil as what brought us, trading with foreign countries to buy oil, and that's what brought us to tooling our our refineries mostly on heavier crude lung he hit from foreign countries yet. You know with discovery, the shale that change completely changed the dynamics in this deal. So naturally, my company's revenue trailed behind you know what was hot and what was going, which was the oilfield meet. We got more involved in dealing with them in handling permits with railroad commission or violations with Railroad Commission and have got a pretty good customer base in that side. from the environmental aspect. In it was in that that assault, the railroad commission that. They have got some staff that not not necessarily understands. The oil and gas industry in the economics of you know how that works for Texas and how important that economics is Texas in that you know. A lot of those don't don't bring the experienced they. They set them down and they say, okay, we need to do X. Job, and here's the rules at around these this X. job and I don't know if you guys have ever read governmental rules. But there, there are a lot of interpretation in their reading the Bible. Sepe give an inexperienced person that that rule in asked them to make an interpretation you're gonNA start having delays you're GonNa, you know you're going to have which which essentially impact what our economic growth is, which was what was happening to my customer base. So. I actually had some our customers and and a couple of other people that said Hey will volunteer our time if we can get the railroad commission to accept us to come in and help right guidance documents. For you know staff members to kind of follow. So we get a better level playing field you know in timeliness and in making sure that our Connie's moving along in that that is not held up. Waiting on decisions by the Railroad Commission because somebody's inexperienced. And? I actually. Talked to one of the commissioners and And they said yeah that that. We think that's a great idea. We'll give you access to staff well. Lo and behold test. We didn't meet one staff member that really wanted to work with downside taskforce to to write guidance documents they they're adamantly against that. So a task force that are formed looked at me since I was a guy that formed it and said, Jim, we you know we really really would want to make these changes. Would you consider running for? Railroad, Commissioner. That was in July at Twenty nineteen, it was actually December sixth. On owner forget that day. At the December seventh is my wife is a anniversary and she loves to play slot machines. So we hopped in a private plane and we left sit in Texas which is near where we are ranches and and we're flying in and looked at are neces- Demata Mato Stop in Austin she said for what? So I want to register for railroad commissioner she looked at me said you nut I. Saw Dea and It it was amazing going through the primary but I but I.
"jim wright" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Jim Wright the trying to why go spend money on a seer do you love a guy who's not gonna change any kind of fortune and is not going to change anything one comes to the turnstile the phones in the ticket department are not gonna be ringing off the hook if the giants signed CJ crown gyroscope it's not happened right does that feeling I decide then even if they brought back Kevin Pelor people are not making their season ticket decisions based off of one guy they need to go out and getting a list guy for doing that that's why the pursuit of Bryce Harper made sense I'm not even sure Nick Castellanos would be bringing in the types of calls that they want to just go with the full full rebuild stick to the plan let the kids play and see who's see who swim since he doesn't have filled smarter now because my thought and I know the crew was totally against that he's like just inside cast the autos and sign this guys I'm back and I just think of myself you're either all in on a builder or you're not and I'm just thinking of this market in general to me winning is the only thing so if you win the come out to the ballpark and then by that very nature then those players will become stars that's what happened with Crawford and Bumgarner list of guys they just were homegrown guys they started when they became stars if you go get a bunch of the guys like we just talked about in the guys you just mentioned that the Tigers what after you're spending money to spend money and it's not gonna make any difference because people here smart they're not gonna come out for those kind of players and you're not gonna win more games because of it so what's the point look the best part of the two thousand nineteen season for giants fans was the fifteen game stretch when Alex Dickerson became a cult icon right and before June first known it heard of Alex Dickerson so going out and getting a CJ crow is a nice look optics twice the Detroit Tigers but the jazz have internal comments that they can grow some of their own guys and they can become the type of production are the type producers that you need to build a winning club yeah it's good to see a man good to see you as well all right a Kerry is coming up next is always a great giants of this bunch stuff going on who gets caught up and then locked in for the whole wide bowl Hawaii verses B. Y. U. I was gonna say it's a tough place to go like always seems sort of why the party too much and then play terrible the ballgame but that doesn't really apply to be a my great neutralizer yeah why year all yeah so in there they they've got a lot of fans over there so there you go don't sleep in the Bible all right carries up next have a great Christmas happy new year all those a tremendous things you've been listening to a pop in land mine is Papa came B. R. came here at them San Francisco vis sportswriter.
"jim wright" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Everybody mark living here are number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. I want to tell you a few stories. since we're talking about a P. triple fences. just a few stories. that I think will interest you. tell your story about Alexander Hamilton. this is all in on freedom of the press and I'm not reading this to you too. suggest you purchase the book although I would think that was wise by now but you don't need to I'm going to read this to you. think about impeachment. lance banning. the late I am spending was a historian Pulitzer Prize winner. and writing about Alexander Hamilton. he pointed out cnet near the end of March seventeen ninety three news arrived that the revolutionary French Republic had declared war on Great Britain. president Washington was determined to maintain the strictest neutrality. locked in a struggle for survival both France and Britain interfered with American neutral trait. moreover few Americans could be impartial about the war the two political parties at the time. were involved in a struggle between liberty and order at home. and both saw similar struggle in the conflict of brought. Republicans. that would be the Jeffersonian's. we're certain that domestic conspiratorial desired a connection with Great Britain in order to advance the plot. and to bring the United States into the war against liberty in your. similarly federalists. that would be the Hamiltonians. suspected a connection between the Republicans in the French. which might involve American the war and bring about a second a more violent revolution in America. French and British factions in America and political division assume the ferocity seldom equaled. Washington found it impossible to maintain the national harmony he desired increasingly difficult to stay above the fray. each political party became more and more convinced that its opponents one duly influenced by affection for a foreign power if not for find money accusations of foreign bribery. have never been substantiated at least as to the high executive officers and although historians would later turn up evidence of questionable conduct on the part of Jefferson and more specially Hamilton. none of the evidence was known in the seventeen nineties. Hamilton was more or less constantly involved in confidential even clandestine communications with British agents are ministers from seventeen eighty nine this is money was treasury secretary under Washington. so is going behind Washington's back. and working with the British. any would provide them with confidential American information information also about Washington's views. Jefferson came to suspect that Hamilton was secretly sabotaging his negotiations he was sectors state with farm powers particularly Britain. and this contributed to the frustrations that led him to resign his post at the end of seventeen ninety three. Mr store into found Hamilton's actions improper perhaps even damaging. to the country's foreign relations. what else. there's been much interference in campaigns. there's also been much interference in foreign policy. a little story about. he fascistic speaker. no one is Nancy Pelosi. there are numerous other occasions as I write. which elected Democrats sought to undermine Republican presidents and their foreign policy. by colluding with foreign governments for example. democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi had been among the leading voices promoting the Russian collusion narrative. was our self openly defying the president George W. bush's efforts to isolate Sirius genocidal dictator basher Allah sent. and she let other congressional members known as the gang of eight on a non authorized diplomatic mission to Syria. in April two thousand seven the Associated Press reported US house speaker Nancy Pelosi met Syrian president Bashar al Assad on Wednesday for talks criticized by the White House is undermining American efforts to isolate the hardliners country. hello seen a company members of Congress began their day by holding separate talks with foreign minister Khalid Mowlem and vice president Farouq al Shara and then met with Assad himself who hosted them for lunch after their talks. hello sees visit the Syria was the latest challenge to the White House by congressional Democrats. we're taking a massive a more assertive role in influencing policy in the Middle East in the Iraq war was the new story back then. and of course that regime was a brutal regime. thank you for her there was another democratic house speaker by the name of Jim Wright who subverted another Republican presidents farm policy Reagan's and Reagan personally personally minus house speaker Jim Wright. went to Nicaragua talk with Nicaraguan leaders. undermining the president's foreign policy. but right said he really didn't care was unapologetic it said that he will assert his right as the speaker. to do as he wished. some historical context for the outrageous propaganda that's being spewed on television tonight. use the power. Nancy Pelosi with their dentures almost falling out of her mouth. hello Joe Biden. they tell you trump. among the worst we were saying. this is what they tell you they go on and on about this. and yet. they don't provide any contacts trump is actually one of the most law abiding presidents we've ever had ladies and gentlemen. it's true. I've told you these very stories. but it's worth repeating tonight because you won't hear anywhere else. David Byrne informally The New York Times he was an investigative report he wrote a wonderful book along to itself in nineteen eighty nine. in that book. he provides chapter and verse about how Franklin Roosevelt used the Internal Revenue Service and the federal bureau of investigation against his political opponents. even had them thrown into prison. try to destroy the the prior secretary of the treasury engine Mallon who served under Coolidge among others. can one IRS audit after another against the man. and yet melon won every challenge. but he had a fight for years and years and years. and the fact is. that they're individuals in the Internal Revenue Service. who reported directly to the president until his wife Eleanor Roosevelt. Dan leaves the IRS against media operations. that they opposed. media operations. thanks looting. amber is Philadelphia Inquirer which at the time was pro Republican questionnaires pro communist. it was amazing how use the IRS against William Randolph Hearst. he gets Franken added begin and newspapers. no problem. he also threw a committee a Congress Hugo black was the chairman of the committee later point in his his first Supreme Court justice it's also a Klansman. FDR colluding with this particular committee of Congress and the Senate. their staffers went to millions of Western Union telegraph messages. I'm very citizens but including. first press operations. I bet you didn't know any of this if you read the book you know all about. and Roosevelt would intervene in FBI investigations to prove to protect his bosses Frank Hague was an undisputed boss of Jersey city of big Roosevelt supporter. also correct. if your call the FBI and told him to back off so they did. Lyndon Johnson. became an IRS target for failing to properly reporting come from his campaign. six IRS agents were winding up their eighteen month investigation at Johnson rose about stepped in and chase them off. the Kennedy administration. notorious for misusing the IRS and FBI against the median against their opponents. Ben Bradlee. then of Newsweek later The Washington Post know all about it fact is provided some FBI files. gets wealthy Republicans who Kennedy opposed as well as conservative groups. there's so much more. so much more. Lyndon Johnson surveil Barry Goldwater's campaign using the FBI. and J. Edgar Hoover I Lyndon Johnson surveil Martin Luther king before him John Kennedy did the same thing on with Robert Kennedy as Attorney General. hi Linda Johnson surveilled Hubert Humphrey's vice president when he was running for president to find out what he was saying about the Vietnam War. and again how he use the IRS. look at how Obama use the IRS gives the tea party but we pretend he had no knowledge of it just benefited him but of course he had no knowledge of it. the cow bomb to use the FBI to put spies to the trump campaign but of course he knew nothing about that look at Alabama and Mister Merrick and citizens in in the case of a Mike Flynn leak information a felony. to the media the course of bombing you know anything about that either. the FISA court was light to abuse. by the Obama administration with a bomb I didn't know anything about that either a course of bomb didn't know anything. when the FBI went after. James Rosen at fox went after James rising at the New York times or one after the Associated Press and twenty reporters and surveil the. I didn't know anything. how dare anybody talk about impeaching any of these men any of. that we talk about Nixon. we're told that Donald Trump is the most lawless namely the pressing. he just got seven or eight minutes of very very truncated history. Donald Trump hasn't done any of these things. he's done nothing to justify these multiple criminal investigations he's done nothing to justify these multiple congressional investigations these hundreds of subpoenas he's done nothing to justify their hate and vile and poison that we have to read and listen to every single day about him his family his businesses the staff nothing he's done nothing to warrant any of this and then they wrapped themselves in the constitution the very people who hate the constitution. the founders late the framers. they tell us follow the constitution. and where the Republicans I heard Kevin McCarthy today I've never heard a weaker statement from a Republican leader in the house of my life. or the other Republicans in the Senate. where are they they're no where. this is why the left wins and we lose. but they're not counting on you and me. we're not going anywhere. we will not have our vote. canceled we will not be disenfranchised. we will not allow a radical small come ball relatively so in the house of representatives violating the own impede their own impeachment process rules we will not allow them. to overturn a legitimate constitutional action of a present in the United States we will not allow them to criminalize politics. we will not allow them to abuse the impeachment clause. they have a waking a sleeping giant. to quote Yamamoto. and that sleeping giant is us. you have to come to rush dancy pelo C. 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"jim wright" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Us to talk about it in el Paso Jim Wright ABC news Jim good morning what's the latest there morning Tony yes we still have that they get the count at fourteen fortunately did not change of the weekend twenty people died twenty six were wanted we still had three people in critical condition as of yesterday so way yeah I think that the the people are certainly hoping that these numbers don't change that that finality count is not rise where it from where it is right now it's bad enough well there is a suspect in custody a twenty one year old who apparently drove here from eight the Dallas area of six hundred fifty miles away to carry out this mass shooting on Saturday morning people inside a Walmart store when someone walked in and began shooting and we've seen the tragic result this morning Tony yeah indeed speaking of which this man had a manifesto that he delivered what right before he committed these acts or was it during the six hundred fifty mile trek he will be sometime before not long before you so what I think the thinking is that this was posted shortly before he walked into the Walmart store it's been attributed to this this shooter that he was taken down very quickly but the the FBI is confident that those words were written by this suspect what's more after the arrest of Patrick Chrissy is added to sources tell ABC news that he told police that he quote wanted to kill as many Mexicans as he could and indeed six of the twenty who died were from Mexico just the other side of the Rio Grande Tony while and you read the manifesto and I did look into it because I wanted to see you what was in this person's mind and the the racism that was so evident it was chilling to be candid yeah I'll absolutely and that's that's what I think is leading to the probability that hate crime charges are going to be filed against him as our domestic terrorism charges and in fact we learned last night that Mexico is looking at filing complaints are filing a big becoming a part of the investigation and filing error resume against Mexican citizen a complaint sore civil action against the suspect your that's never been done before Tony yes you were Mexican officials now demanding protection for their citizens your point as a shooter minutes goal was to kill as many people so does the US do that I mean that I'm not familiar with that it's it's gonna be I think it's it's brand new ground nobody's really tried this before and so of I suspect they didn't that into the investigators here the federal investigators the locals will be to open up their investigative materials to the folks coming up from the the attorney general's office in Mexico City so yeah we're we're on untested ground here at this point Tony was a play the sound from Texas governor Greg Abbott a bed or work also put into some of this at the feet of the president it yeah exactly the old war canned and others here but you know the sort of a political tinge to this they're saying that the the the president trump's refusal to a flat leave it a denounce white supremacy the president says he's done that before though and and will continue to do that so yeah the the that battle Rourke another road can the presidential candidates will and Castrol others had said that the Indy they've that the president bear some responsibility here Jim Ryan ABC news there in el.
"jim wright" Discussed on KTOK
"By far as a result of you, folks. And that's just by sales, regardless of what lists there is at there. I wanna remind you. In April two thousand seven the Associated Press reported US house speaker Nancy Pelosi mid Syrian, President Bashar al-assad for talks criticized by the White House is undermining American efforts. Isolate the hardliner country Pelosi accompanying members of congress began their day by holding separate talks with farm minister volleyed Malone and vice president Farrell, Al Shara and then met with a side who hosted them for lunch after their talks Pelosi's, visit the series was the latest challenge to the White House by congressional Democrats taking more sort of role in influencing policy in the Middle East, and the Iraq war, did anybody call her sell out on the left in the media. Anybody denounce her on the left and the media as a dictator as Hitler as yearning for the days of Pol Pot? Of course. That's a brutal regime. But of course not. And she was not the first democratic house speaker again, this is in on freedom of the press to try to subvert a Republican presidents foreign policy this way, the late Jim Wright took it upon himself to lead negotiations among the various factions Nicaragua, including the communist regime, that's a brutal regime. But of course not. And she was not the first democratic house speaker again, this is in on freedom of the press to try to subvert a Republican presidents foreign policy this way, the late Jim Wright took it upon himself to lead negotiations among the various factions in Nicaragua, including the communist regime, led by strong men dental art dagga in contravention of Ronald Reagan's policy whatever seventeen nineteen eighty seven. President Reagan personally admonished house speaker, Jim Wright for talking with leaders by right left the meeting unapologetic for the unorthodox role that he's playing in the Central American peace negotiations. And of course, there was Kennedy the liar. I mean the line of the Senate. We've talked about this extensively. It's also an unfair the press how the press covers these things, you know. And according to a memo that was uncovered after the fall of the Soviet Union. Kennedy. Header Moscow to work with him to defeat. Ronald Reagan in his second term. The head of the KGB spoke to the head of the government. Guarding Kennedy's request general sector. The comes party and drop up and his request that is to assist them was delivered directly to Moscow by law school roommate, John Tunney, former democratic Senator from California, do you know how much press coverage that gut none? None. And you are supposed to get all worked up about Donald Trump today. You see everybody's fallen for this even conservatives even Republican, my God. I don't know. We've never seen anything like this in. Oh, yes, you have you've seen real live, collusion with the Soviets with a communist. With the fascist Syrians. And many, many more. On freedom of the press. Sleighs it all out. Yes, you have. Man, do we have a good couple hours left on this program? I'm telling you. Richard Arlington Virginia. Great. W. M. A L, go. Hi, Mark Levin. My name is Richard. Yeah. I, I liked the way that you talk and everything you what I came to this country like, twelve years ago, and I have never seen anything before. I came from west African country from Ghana, and I approved President Trump hundred percents and I'm going to vote for him a game. Well wanted to talk to you about. I like I like the way he said Joe Biden buffoon, or whatever I low IQ, which is true because but you know Richard, they can call the president Hitler. They can call a mentally unhinged. They can bring in professors who make these comments. They can call him safe things about him racist white supremacist white nationalist, even here in their criticism of him while he's abroad, and he says. Yeah. Joe Biden's low IQ all of a sudden look. Yeah, I have I have friends, and I have friends from Ghana that pink, like, like they think like okay this is how. And I Fleming. As you guys coming to your country illegally. One in your country does the same thing that he's doing. He don't want people to come to this country and mess up the immigration. He's mak- jobs. Everything they start thinking, like yeah. He's been good. So what is the racist about it? And. All right, Richard. I appreciate your call. Make sure we have a book signing Saturday.
"jim wright" Discussed on The Working Experience
"Can admire love it love it. You know, what I love is love it. Love it hacking, a bunch of crap that no one needs or wants. But talking them into buying a love and just and just the the expression on someone's face turn that corner. Like, you're it's it's it's a regular social interaction. And then all of a sudden, you you take that. Right turn. And you give them the cell. Just the look all the blood drains from the all all the color, and now they know they're being sold to it's you can hear. Yes. If I could if I could just plug into their inner thoughts at that moment. It would be hilarious. What you need to do is then turn to their kids who are like eight and be like, wouldn't you like something? Obviously. Hey, hey, little Jimmy. I'm going to go. You're john. Right. I'm gonna throw that in there. I'm going to start calling myself uncle John their kids. Your your ankle John is going to go by you and ice cream cone as a thank you because mommy and daddy just bought a hundred dollars worth of supplements. Uncle Johnny put it like this. So you want to buy this? No, you don't did. I mention with a free Amazon gift card for PlayStation. Now, it's like God could just. As the card comes out of the pocket and to the kid. Absolutely, absolutely. What I like is if I don't know the guy. Hey, mister Thompson, or it's Jim Wright, call you, Jim. Well, Jim, and then you keep repeating the guy's name over and over, and you keep nodding you keep nodding because that's still little the little the little site psychological tricks that he was that you were taught in the sale. Sales meeting. Our love it. Once again, this podcast is both entertaining and informative which just taught you how to close the sale exploit the child or any other weakness, you can possibly sick. Relative grandmother, FM anything everything is up for grabs. Anything so bought the weakness and pounce on it. Like a panther. Enjoy the weekend. Don't forget about your hustle. You know, they're making money. Whether you're developing an app, no one wants or trying to hawk vitamin supplements that are actually dangerous to people's health as long as you can make some money off of it drives some Mujber, you know, multitask. Yeah. So look for myself out on the soccer fields this weekend. I'll be I'll be hard selling NAT will be behind that. Uber. Working on the Uber app. Hard selling hard selling Hartselle because we're hustling and grinding. ABC always be closing. All right. Thanks, everyone. For listening. Thank you. Everyone for listening to this episode of the working experience..
"jim wright" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz
"I mean, I've seen a handful, but you know, name, and so I think that's actually huge every everywhere you go every Hoppy shop, but they're also just normal people to completely normal. People isn't weird L. I think about it all the time when I do see like Keegan Allen 'cause he goes Jim Wright said I seem sometimes economics, and he's just like doing some bicep curls. I'm like, hey, man. What's up love like, which is crazy though? Because in highschool fight seen him. I would have like fan girl, so hard. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I love how I love the vibe here and how it's like super driven. And I think that's why I really like LA as a whole I also will say a misconception. As maybe it's just because I have great friends around me. I swear everyone hears about like the nasty side of LA like everyone's just like using you snakes lot. Like, honestly, I've been very pleasantly surprised with how I've met some great people. I think yes, I agree like the people in my life. My friends are amazing. But also like people are nice everywhere. I go like whether it's like inline at a coffee shop. We're like afford to shop around like everyone's always really really nice. I've never met really any like awful awful people that like make me so sad. So that's interesting to hear the traffic for sure. But it's real I love the traffic. I've I've grown to love playlists and podcast. I love having that time alone to myself and not worry about anybody in the gun, a mindless thing, I just like drive, and I'm just, you know, thinking, I need to do listening to music and things like that other things favorite or least favorite things rent is really expensive. Sure, I think it's the third highest Spurs square footage. I believe right in the US. It's I know that Santa Monica just became one of the highest on my God. Which was just great. Great. Hey, ten because like not even that nice place. Like, it's of Mona why. why buildings really aren't there really old still? So he wants some light t when I first moved to LA. I was so set on moving to Santa Monica was like, I'm not gonna live anywhere else. But then every slick very morbid every apartment complex that I looked up and Santa Monica there had been at least like two murders day legally have to expose it. So I was like well, marina del Rey. So. Let's not adjacent. But yeah, that's crazy. I can't really think of much other stuff. But I think there's a lot of little things. But a lot of it kind of seems obvious. But see it looks like the one window looking in kind of thing of oh, not all YouTubers are best friends or no. Literally the other day was your -partment before we went to Texas. And I'm just like I was like, okay. You said you're gonna shower. So I'm like, okay. I'm just out the window. I out the window legit for five minutes. But not on my phone just staring out the window longer because I showered and came out, and you still hang out the wind. Honestly, I kept singing my head. My lisa. LAX whatever. And I was just sitting there looking at the Hollywood sign and thinking how it's just it's crazy. It's Ciller that we live here. Like, we hiked the Hollywood sign the other day, I've been trying to be way more grateful. I think driving around I've had a lot of moments recently of seeing like palm..
"jim wright" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And Lavigne this Sunday. Ten pm eastern seven PM Pacific. Really you need to watch it. He can't watch. It you need to record. It. I'm going to have professor Paul kangaroo on from grove city. Naysayer. Okay. Great. Let me tell you something. We're really going to discuss Russia the old Soviet Union, and how Democrats and the democrat party colluded conspired with them. At Yalta without your kiss. How Ted Kennedy in nineteen eighty three? Sought the Kremlin's help the head of the KGB. Sought the Kremlin's help in defeating Ronald Reagan for reelection. We're going to get into these things because they're all we found an Email from Muller providing Poland formation to Ladimir Putin's guy. Hey in one thousand nine hundred ninety two they found a letter. And the Soviet archives. By the head of the KGB and drop the head of the USSR. Laying out Ted Kennedy's offer to the communists, and then we have John Kerry one thousand nine hundred seventy one before the Paris peace negotiations meeting with the North Vietnamese communist delegates beforehand. We've got all kinds of stuff. We've got old speaker Jim Wright. RIP? Met with Daniel Ortega that communist in Nicaragua and still now back in Nicaragua killing people and locking people up. We got.
"jim wright" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast
"And then jump back to one then i would be very confused to the very first thing that we see broken in so many hotel marketing programs is e mail collection systems what i mean by this is the means by which some of my sign up on a first visit pop up that data is then fed into your database and record conversion in your analytics so many times something breaks along the way more often than not it is the feed between the website and the email collection or email delivery system d it you know exact target the constant contact whatever it might be yeah this is one i think any anytime you're involving multiple technologies this communication usually some kind of api some kinda push of data from one system to another visit risk because something can change on one side that doesn't change on the other so let's take it to its simplest example right you using a wordpress web site you created a foam within the back end of wordpress using whatever plug in used performs and you connected that to say male jim wright real common and you had fields setup in mail chimp to match the phone fields on the front end of the website when now you say to develop a hey i want to add a new fill to the front end of my website but guess what that developed doesn't know the log into to to mail him so they add to feel to the front end but it never gets added to mail chimp so so even though data might be pausing not all the correct date right might be passing.
"jim wright" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Yeah roberts giving you a five and they're hoping for five and return yeah and i think you're right though if something goes wrong forces of their fair number and i'm saying legit like i said run a red light like that's a fuck and traffic violation and potentially dangerous for you so that's why you not a star off and i i'm like i'm i'm talking serious shit only like not like all the one left turn when they were supposed to take a right well that's not a five star that's a four star no just give them five star still they got you there what twenty seconds got added on it's not a big deal but if it's something that could have hurt you or someone else or was genuinely enjoyable like smell knock astara off but i do keep in mind what mike is saying because like i'll see somebody gave the podcast four start like love the podcast so funny enjoy mike ross so much for stars and i'm like what the fuck did you take the star way for what was that about like what i made a joke you didn't like or some shit you where you work at you just think about it these things are important next goal hey ross is nate from north carolina huge fan of the podcast shot onto the clam i had a question about whether a move was trash or not trash i personally think it's kinda trash but details are a little bit sketchy so i'll just straight so i'm jim wright and i'm trying to get three miles in bright for my weight set and so i'm i'm doing you know a good good minute pace mile and i as with proper jim etiquette and trying to give the guy next to me a treadmill of space in between us so there's the guy on the treadmill to to to my right then there's empty treadmill and then there's me and so i get on the treadmill and i'm just i'm trucking along and as i'm probably about a mile into it this really goodlooking blonde shakes she gets on the treadmill like right in front of it and i'm.
"jim wright" Discussed on Masters in Business
"Some sixty percent egyptian made a forty percent chinese to sixty percent chinese and forty percent um pakistani oh what's up we had to close relation or choudhury egyptians he had a close relationship with the egyptians than i said this in trolleys very simple the the weapons are get their faster cheaper under better he said okay got it so jollies influence in the details of the war and the running of the war is just not very realistic he was important because he brought attention to it early in the in the early eighties and i think that's important any kept the blood pressure on i once asked them how did you get involved in it and the trolleys west point add a nap was graduate and uh he said well i'll tell you uh speaker of the house jim wright came the media said charlie i went in the stay on this i'm going to stay on afghanistan that your job so that's how he actually got involved than i noticed on one of these tv show judy majid they have been a hot tub with a couple of beautiful women which was when he was a bachelor sort of his uh style and he's watching up a video of uh or a tv show with dan rather talking about afghanistan in in the movie he subtlety becomes an enamoured with the battle the real bad of the real truth was that uh uh congress right told them they get on it uh the other thing about the hot tub as i got a number of calls the next day and uh quite interesting they wanted to know not about the stinger not about this they wanted the know was in the hot tub with charlie now uh i i was annoyed because you know professional isn't going to be caught in that sort of situation so i could tell when i answered the call her and said look i wasn't in a hot tub with they were disappointed it was of jack is kinda plant he it really doesn't belong in hollywood but by the third call i finally why stop and i said i don't wanna talk about it so i wasn't going to mislead them but i.
"jim wright" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"Parente monitoring system jim wright tend to tell us that his mother is disabled from a significant stroke and as a result someone kinda needs to keep an eye on on her although she is able to live independently in her home she is unfortunately quite prone to falling and so what they were looking was for a way to be able to check in an see you know whether she was okay um so he apparently has a a camera in the house and so what he does as he has a hazel script that he got some were off the internet that was originally designed kind of is a do it yourself security system but he put it together so that um at the heysel script would monitor dropped box and if it found a certain file name and a drop box folder it would take three photos from the builtin camera in the computer oh i guess he should student using this his moscow climaxes using it with their built in camera it would take three photos from the camera and save them um to back to the drop to another drop box folder which gem also has access to so this was originally conjured up as basically a a way to identify potential computer thief but gems using it is apparent monitor so what it will do is jim cents off a command to be know through drafts or through launch bar something like that to save a file with a specific name and a drop oxfam older hazel that is shared with his moms computer hazel ben sees that file as a trigger to then rapidfire take three pictures or maybe not so rapid fire but to take three successive pictures with the eyesight camera and then save those pictures to a drop ox folder that gem can then look at it he says he called at his peak action and he can see that if she's in view of the camera the kind of set up an area where she she tends to spend most of her time um that she's not fallen and everything is okay.
"jim wright" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates
"Now that is something that could not happen today uh i'll come well two things with you know first of all we have become so part of the polarization is not a problem were that's part of democracy but partisanship stick with your team has gotten so bad that he i cannot imagine three democratic chairman standing up and speaking against that voting against their own party leadership i just cannot imagine it bought it would be a moot point because i can't see the speaker of the house in this case paul ryan ever allowing something to come to the floor you know that he is strongly opposed to so you're the democrats say we want to bring something for the four that's gonna completely undo a major republican policy here there's no way paul ryan or mitch mcconnell is going to let that happen so one thing about tip o'neill uh he he was a liberal liberal democrat i didn't agree with him on much but he believed in the institution he believed in the democratic process he believed in deliberation and most members of congress did that uh that's gotten lost now as we're all sworn you don't remember mitch mcconnell saying as soon as obama was elected my job is basically to make him a one president uh the republicans and now see that the democrats are are going to oppose whatever uh paul ryan and the and the republicans propose this is where we got and the the golden age kind of fell through and when tip o'neill retired jim wright became speaker and he started imposing closed rules and would let people i never could offer my amendment in no they we wouldn't will allow republicans dolphin amendments and at all then it came to newt gingrich was even more partisan.